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Museum Stories

Walking the Line: Sofia Mitsola’s Women

For Condo London 2020, Pilar Corrias shares its space with Matthew Brown Gallery, LA. Whilst works by Sedrick Chisom largely occupy the...

Guest Profile 7 February 2020

Museum Stories

Counting Memories, Chiharu Shiota Installation in Katowice

Counting Memories (Sept 7, 2019 - Oct 4, 2020) is a current, site-specific, large scale installation by Chiharu Shiota at the Muzeum Śląskie...

Nadine Waldmann 6 February 2020

WTF Art History

Love Art? Get an Artsy Tattoo! It Will Always Be with You

Getting a tattoo is a serious business. These days you can get them removed, but that can be more painful than getting one in the first place. So, it...

Joanna Kaszubowska 5 February 2020

Women Artists

Jane Poupelet: Bronze, Paper and Commitment in WWI

Jane Poupelet was a French sculptress and illustrator most known for her involvement in World War I. There were not many female artists at the time...

Maia Heguiaphal 4 February 2020

Video

BEAUTY. A Short Film by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

Rino Stefano Tagliafierro is a director, art director and video artist. From museums to the digital world, he explores the spectrum of our...

Christopher Michaut 3 February 2020

Sport

Charles Fazzino – Superbowl’s Officially Licensed Artist

America's biggest sporting event has its own official artist!  Charles Fazzino is a gifted artist from New York, best known for his...

Maya Tola 2 February 2020

Masterpiece Stories

Painting of the Week: Agnolo Bronzino, An Allegory with Venus and Cupid

This week’s painting, An allegory with Venus and Cupid by Agnolo Bronzino from the National Gallery in London, is one of the more mysterious...

Joanna Kaszubowska 2 February 2020

Artist Stories

Raphael – Renaissance Prince of Painters

Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino – better known as Raphael – is known for the harmony and clarity of form within his visually brilliant paintings.

Candy Bedworth 1 February 2020

Art Travels

Fabulous Railway Station Paintings from the Golden Age of Train Travel

Once upon a time, train travel was the height of fashion. That's why the second half of the 19th century and first few decades of the 20th century...

Alexandra Kiely 31 January 2020

How Artworks Can Suffer. The Forbidden City Case and More

Recently, on Monday, January 20th, two Chinese women drove their Mercedes SUV into the Forbidden City in Beijing. That event created quite a...

Michel Rutten 30 January 2020

Museum Stories

Troy at the British Museum: Myth and Reality

This excellently curated exhibition on Troy at the British Museum in London takes visitors on a journey spanning thousands of years. There's plenty...

Chris Dobson 28 January 2020

Eastern world

Six Exquisite Mother-of-Pearl Artifacts from Gujarat

Mother-of-Pearl an iridescent layer carved out of snail shells, usually the Turbo Marmoratus. It is a luminous material that naturally reflects pink...

Maya Tola 27 January 2020