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Carolina Caycedo Genealogy of Struggle, 2017-2021- ongoing Acrylic paint and marker on wall, traditional fabrics, baskets, fans, votive candles, chili peppers, coal, water, soil, garlic, and incense Variable dimensions Courtesy the Artist Hand-painted by Lena Hawkins

Museums And Exhibitions

New York City Art Triennial 2021: Do We Dream Together? Are We Fine?

By June 15, 2021

Exhibition review of the Asia Society Triennial: We Do Not Dream Alone...

Chinese art

The Mysterious Zodiac Project: Ai Weiwei Animal Heads Explained

By June 15, 2021

The Zodiac Project is Ai Weiwei’s first major public sculpture. The famous...

  • Sport And Entertainment

    All about Sailing in Painting

    By August 20, 2019

    I’ve sailed only once or twice in my whole life but I can still remember the empowering feeling of liberation that I felt when on the water. Sailing and sailboats have been a common topic taken up by...

  • Lover’s eye brooch, 1800 – 20, England, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London - pearls, diamonds, V&A jewelry, gold Lover’s eye brooch, 1800 – 20, England, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London - pearls, diamonds, V&A jewelry, gold


    Razzle Dazzle Me – 5 Jewelry Pieces from Victoria & Albert Collection

    By August 19, 2019

    The Victoria and Albert Museum in London has a stunning collection of jewelry. Every time I visit the museum, I make a point to also check out the collection, as if it was my jewelry box. One can...

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    Middle Ages

    “Angel with Attitude”. Grumpy Angel from The Hyde Collection

    By August 17, 2019

    Angel is a painting by Niccolò di Ser Sozzo, c. 1350, owned by The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, NY. This is an unusual depiction of an angel with her* arms crossed. She’s not the serene and heavenly...

  • History

    History of Venetian Carnival Masks

    By August 16, 2019

    It is not a surprise that every carnival, regardless of its country origin or other characteristics, is traditionally associated with Venetian carnival masks. Being a primary sign of a carnival, the mask has an interesting history connected with...

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    Contemporary Art

    TAKIS: the Greek Genius that Altered the Course of Post-war Sculpture

    By August 15, 2019

    After Takis’ passing away on 9 August 2019, and with his largest exhibition yet in the UK at Tate, it is important to know about the great Greek artist who changed everything about the way we conceive the...

  • Seasons

    Windy Paintings for a Breath of Fresh Air

    By August 14, 2019

    It’s so hot in where I live at the moment, the air is stale and inert, everything seems to be suspended in time and space. I’m producing waterfalls of sweat, praying on my balcony for a tiny breeze...

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    Latin American Art

    Beautiful and Beach-Ready: Botero at Home

    By August 13, 2019

    Botero’s works are probably among the most recognisable in art history. It is enough to look once at one of his plump, “voluminous” characters and objects to recognise in any other work the style of this Colombian figurative...

  • Claude Monet, The Gare St-Lazare, detail, 1877, The National Gallery, London. Claude Monet, The Gare St-Lazare, detail, 1877, The National Gallery, London.


    Claude Monet and Saint Lazare Train Station

    By August 9, 2019

    Between 1853 and 1870 Paris has been renovated and modernized by Georges-Eugène Haussmann, commonly known as Baron Haussmann. This prefect of the Seine Department of France was chosen by Emperor Napoleon III to carry out a massive urban...

  • Women Artists

    Nalini Malani – an Introduction

    By August 8, 2019

    Nalini Malani (b. 1946) is a brilliant contemporary Indian artist. She is both prolific and internationally acclaimed. “Over an extended career, Malani has been an unremitting voice for the silenced and the dispossessed, most particularly women globally. By...

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    Middle Ages

    The Medieval Bestiary – Cute, Quirky, and Weird Animals

    By August 7, 2019

    Of all the medieval manuscripts, bestiaries are definitely the most fun. A medieval bestiary is a book about animals. It’s full of unusual information and charming illustrations about a variety of creatures. Bestiaries were based on an early...

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