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Sculpture

A Story About How Louise Nevelson Constructed Her Sculptures And Her Past

Nevelson (1899 – 1988) is recognized as one of America’s most innovative sculptors. Her most famous outsized sculptures were made of cast-off...

Magda Michalska 3 August 2018

Museum Stories

Life In Motion Review: Egon Schiele And Francesca Woodman At Tate Liverpool

The current Life in Motion exhibition at Tate Liverpool features a dual display by two equally compelling artists. Captivating studies by Austrian...

Jon Kelly 2 August 2018

Artist Stories

Britain At Twilight: John Atkinson Grimshaw’s Landscapes

John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893) was a Victorian painter admired for his beautiful evening landscapes. British cities like London, Liverpool, and...

Alexandra Kiely 1 August 2018

Photography

Travel In Time Through Images – Stephen Wilkes’ Photos

Can you imagine seeing your whole day in just one photograph?  In Stephen Wilkes' photos it's possible! Photos are related to our past and our past...

Cisem Ozkal 31 July 2018

Review

Heavenly Bodies Spring to Life in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

I am not Catholic. And I am not up on the latest fashions. Yet here I was, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Fifth Avenue with...

Howard Schwartz 30 July 2018

Masterpiece Stories

Painting Of The Week: Johannes Vermeer, View Of Delft

Ever since I saw the View of Delft in the museum in The Hague, I have known that I had seen the most beautiful painting in the world. - said Marcel...

Zuzanna Stańska 29 July 2018

Chairs, Neon Lights and Philosophy: The Conceptual Art of Joseph Kosuth

Imagine the following situation: it's a Sunday and you decide to go and visit a museum. A great idea for an afternoon with family, you'd think. So...

Rute Ferreira 28 July 2018

Abstract Expressionism

Lucio Fontana and Venice You Have Never Known

Even if you haven't been to Venice, you must know it quite well from millions of picturesque or picturesque-ish photos flooding Instagram and...

Magda Michalska 26 July 2018

dailyart

Painterly Armchair Travels – London Landmarks Edition

Since everybody seemed to enjoy visiting Paris through paintings, why not take a look at London? Just like Paris, London is a popular destination for...

Alexandra Kiely 23 July 2018

Masterpiece Stories

El Lissitzky – Beat The Whites With The Red Wedge

Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge ("Клином красным бей белых!" Klinom krasnym bey belykh!) is a 1919 lithographic Soviet...

Zuzanna Stańska 22 July 2018

Impressionism

Monet’s Bordighera Paintings – A Backgroud Story For A Love Affair

Italy had a major movie moment when it was chosen as the scenery for Call Me By Your Name. But Elio and Oliver were not the first ones to go through...

Helena Pereira 21 July 2018

Sculpture

Not All There – The Enigmatic Sculptures Of Bruno Catalano

Commemorating Marseille’s status as the European Capital of Culture in 2013, Bruno Catalano created 10 life-size, bronze sculptures to be displayed...

Nadine Waldmann 20 July 2018