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  • The Dystopian Surrealism of Zdzislaw Beksinski

    By September 11, 2019

    There are many fans of gruesome and gore art who are attracted to the dystopian surrealism of Zdzisław Beksiński. After all, he created such a gothic, haunting and stressful ambience in his paintings, making it hard to look...

  • 10 Most Famous Rayographs of Man Ray

    By August 27, 2019

    Man Ray is one of the most famous artists of the 20th century and today is his birthday! On this occasion let’s have a look at his famous rayographs. There have been many articles and features about his...

  • Moving to Abstraction: Andreas Gursky’s Rhine

    By July 26, 2019

    Andreas Gursky’s Rhine is an interesting piece that tells the transformation of a real-life picture into an abstract work of art. The move towards abstraction in painting has taken a long time ago, but it is not common...

  • Black Is Beautiful: Kwame Brathwaite at the Skirball Center

    By June 15, 2019

    Let’s play a game: pick up any magazine from a U.S. newsstand and count how many people of color are featured. Now try playing with a magazine from the 1950’s. Depending on which magazine you chose, the difference...

  • Alec Soth’s American Landscapes, Global Interiors

    By April 13, 2019

    Alec Soth is a contemporary American photographer who so far has specialized in capturing his native US. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he travelled across all states to meet and photograph Americans and their surroundings. In his latest publication,...

  • Lee Miller – Photographing the Extremes

    By March 12, 2019

    Lee Miller (1907-1977) was a model, a fashion photographer, a war photographer, a muse and a gourmet cook. She lived the life to the fullest with all its bright and many dark sides. Always striving for independence and...

  • Man Ray, Noire et blanche (Black and white), 1926, Black and white photographic print. © Man Ray Trust / ADAGP - PICTORIGHT / Telimage - 2013 Man Ray, Noire et blanche (Black and white), 1926, Black and white photographic print. © Man Ray Trust / ADAGP - PICTORIGHT / Telimage - 2013

    Carnivalesque Man Ray and His Masks

    By January 29, 2019

    Since the carnival is officially on, I thought of writing an article about masks. The first artist that comes to mind if one says ‘masks’ is James Ensor, so if you feel like reading about eerie atmosphere and...

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