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Where is Ana Mendieta? The Unresolved Mystery

By October 29, 2020

“Where is Ana Mendieta?” was the question shouted in 1992 by over...

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Goya’s Ghosts: The Disasters of War Print Series

By October 28, 2020

Francisco Goya (1746-1828) is considered the founder of the national genre in...



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    Museums And Exhibitions

    Native American Art from Donald Ellis Gallery at the Frieze Viewing Room

    By October 8, 2020

    Donald Ellis Gallery, a New York-based dealer of Native American art, will show Native American drawings and other artworks in the Frieze Viewing Room, opening tomorrow. This online exhibition will offer art fair visitors a window into the...

  • Artists' Stories

    Frida Kahlo: The Suffering Behind Her Paintings

    By October 8, 2020

    One of the most famous artists of the 20th century was Frida Kahlo. She became an international icon of our age, not only because of her paintings, but also because of her story, a story of independence, emancipation,...

  • Nature

    The Night — Ten Beautiful Nocturne Paintings

    By October 7, 2020

    Nocturne paintings may be employed to convey an array of meanings.  The simple depiction of the time of day can often convey an air of drama and mystery. For many, night evokes a sense of fear and death,...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Stepping into the South of France with Picasso at BASTIAN

    By October 7, 2020

    BASTIAN’s exhibition Atelier Picasso in London (3rd September – 31st October 2020) evokes the mood and heat of Picasso’s later years in the South of France. The exhibition sheds a fascinating light on the creative universe of the...

  • Artists' Stories

    4 Artists Who Suffered from Mental Illness (and How It Affected Their Art)

    By October 6, 2020

    The painter Vincent van Gogh is well-known for his artwork and for a particular aspect of his personal life: the post-impressionist spent some time in a psychiatric clinic. There, he produced works of art such as Starry Night...

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    Artists' Stories

    Winslow Homer – Painter of America

    By October 6, 2020

    From soldiers to frolicking schoolchildren and New England fishing communities, Winslow Homer depicted American life. His works present un-idealized, yet visually-stunning views of the nation after its brutal Civil War. Our October partner, The Clark Art Institute in...

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    Museums And Exhibitions

    Michael Lombard Exhibition at Tinta Naranja Urban Gallery

    By October 5, 2020

    This November, a very different exhibition will happen at Tinta Naranja Urban Gallery in Mexico City. Eleven artworks by Michael Lombard will take up the walls. The collection is called Parodic Heresia. That is, classic art masterpieces distorted...

  • Artist

    How Art Saved His Life: Story of Horace Pippin

    By October 5, 2020

    It took Horace Pippin forty–three years to complete his first oil painting. Why so long? Because poverty, hard physical work, war, and disabilities got in his way. Yet, all the negative experiences didn’t diminish his passion for drawing...

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    The Erotic Drawings of Francesco Hayez [+18]

    By October 4, 2020

    The Venetian painter Francesco Hayez is considered a genius of historical romanticism. In addition to the quality and refinement of his artworks, he captured moments in which mythological, biblical, and historical characters seem to overlap with the real world....

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    Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Diego Velázquez, The Rokeby Venus

    By October 4, 2020

    Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (1599–1660) was the leading artist in the court of King Philip IV and one of the most important painters of the Spanish Golden Age and European Baroque. And The Rokeby Venus is...

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