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Bizarre

A Hero and Mythical Creatures: Famous Spiders in Art

Spiders disturb the majority of the people. Even though they are much smaller, and thus much less powerful than us, we cannot help but fear their...

Belkıs Pesen 6 April 2021

Literature

Exploring Extremes: Art and Industry by David Stacey. Book Review

Art and industry may sound like an unlikely combination, usually we see them almost at the extremes of the spectrum of life. That is to say, Art...

Joanna Kaszubowska 5 April 2021

Art Forms

Artistic Cartography 1: The Fascinating World of Old Maps

Cartography is the production of geographical maps and globes and it has existed more or less since forever. It can be considered both a science and...

Camilla de Laurentis 26 March 2021

Contemporary Art

Celebrating Beauty and Horror: The Sculptures of Javier Pérez

Javier Pérez is a postwar contemporary multimedia artist. He does performance art, photography, and sculpture. His ideas move in a circular motive,...

Errika Gerakiti 24 March 2021

Dine & Wine

Picnic Time! Best Picnic Inspirations From Art

The days are getting warmer and longer and all I can think about are picnics and barbecues; when the sun is shining, the grass is green and birds are...

Magda Michalska 20 March 2021

Art State of Mind

Birdies, Flowers and Virgins: the Real Meanings of Spring in Art

Spring is my favorite season and it seems to have been a favorite season of many artists throughout art history. Is it for its blossoming flowers,...

Magda Michalska 19 March 2021

Women Artists

Restoring Women in Art History – Advancing Women Artists Retrospective

Late last year, Advancing Women Artists (AWA) announced that its activities will come to an end in June 2021. For over a decade, this Florence,...

Alexandra Kiely 19 March 2021

Celebrities of the Floating World

Celebrities of the floating world is the first Romanian exhibition of a private ukiyo-e collection and one of the very few of its kind in the world.

Irina Diana Calu 17 March 2021

Classic Art Under Water! Florence Street Art of Blub

Florence street art may be something you don’t expect to see when you visit this beautiful city. Some time ago I visited Florence and while...

Zuzanna Stańska 14 March 2021

4 Things About Barbara Rose’s Legacy in Art History

Sadly, an influential American art historian and critic Barbara Rose died from cancer on December 25th, 2020. Born in 1936, she studied art history...

Amélie Pascutto 12 March 2021

Women Artists

The Provocative Art of Pat Douthwaite

Pat Douthwaite (1934-2002), a Scottish-born artist producing her most astonishing work during the 1960s and the first half of the 1970s, has been...

Sarah Mills 24 February 2021

Women Artists

The Stunning Botanical Art of Barbara Regina Dietzsch

Bavarian-born Barbara Regina Dietzsch (1706–1783) was one of the finest botanical artists and engravers of her time. Her work was unparalleled for...

Sarah Mills 19 February 2021