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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...



  • Museums And Exhibitions

    10 Paintings For Which You Will Love Ca’ Pesaro in Venice

    By May 25, 2021

    Tourists in Venice usually do a couple of typical things: they visit San Marco Cathedral and the Doge’s Palace, drink a glass of Aperol Spritz, sometimes have a gondola ride. But we have some good information for you – we’ve added...

  • 21st century

    Commemorating George Floyd: Interview with Dan Reisner

    By May 25, 2021

    Dan Reisner is a sculpture artist living and working in Tel Aviv. He has produced multiple outdoor sculptures for urban spaces, not only in Israel but also around the world. However, it was his bronze sculpture of George...

  • Love Story

    Jeanne Hébuterne: Loving Modigliani – a new novel by Linda Lappin

    By May 24, 2021

    With her dark hair, pale skin, and light blue eyes, affectionately called “noix-de-coco” (coconut) by friends, Jeanne Hèbuterne (1898-1920) is most known for her intense and tragic relationship with Amedeo Modigliani. Yet she was also a budding artist,...

  • Special Occasion And News

    Venice Biennale 2021: What To Know and 5 Interesting Pavilions

    By May 24, 2021

    After being postponed due to the global pandemic, the International Architecture Exhibition is back at the Venice Biennale. The participants will try to answer the theme question – How will we live together? Can architecture find answers to...

  • Women Artists

    Camille Claudel: Love, Despair, and Auguste Rodin

    By May 23, 2021

    There is a common saying that behind every great man, there is a great woman. It was no exception for the legendary sculptor, generally considered the progenitor of modern sculpture, Auguste Rodin. Meet the great Camille Claudel. The Story...

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Hasegawa Tōhaku, Pine Trees

    By May 23, 2021

    Japan is a country of distinctive traditional arts such as tea ceremonies, calligraphy, and bonsai. A rich history of artists fills their museums with breathless wonders. Pine Trees by Hasegawa Tōhaku is one such national treasure. It is...

  • Women Artists

    Mary Cassatt: The Story of the American Impressionist

    By May 22, 2021

    Mary Cassatt was an American painter and printmaker who developed her skills by studying, working, and living in France. She was one of only three women Impressionist painters, and the only American to fully integrate into Impressionism. Despite her...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Art Museums on Pinterest: I’d Pin That

    By May 22, 2021

    We all may be stuck inside, and physical art museums may be closed, but it’s the 21st century and thankfully we have more ways than one to view many of the world’s art museums. Better yet, they have...

  • Symbols

    The Mystery Of Dürer’s Magic Square

    By May 21, 2021

    Many weird things appear in Albrecht Dürer’s famous engraving Melencolia. Among them is a magic constant 34 square, a well-known and enigmatic example. The engraving shows a disorganized jumble of scientific equipment lying unused while an intellectual sits...

  • Art State of Mind

    The Benefits of Visiting a Museum

    By May 21, 2021

    During the protracted coronavirus lockdown, when all the art we see is digital, we can reflect on that which we took for granted before. There are so many benefits to visiting a museum. But what is it that...

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