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The Nerdwriter: YouTube Channel for Art Lovers

If you are a naturally curious person and above all an art lover, Nerdwriter is a complete channel to kill all curiosities and learn a...

Dévra Taboada 21 October 2020

Museum Stories

Stepping into the South of France with Picasso at BASTIAN

BASTIAN’s exhibition Atelier Picasso in London (3rd September – 31st October 2020) evokes the mood and heat of Picasso’s later years in...

Isla Phillips-Ewen 7 October 2020

Art State of Mind

Rethinking the Word Muse in the Arts

The word "muse" has generally a very positive connotation. People, commonly women, represented under the umbrella of this word are held in very high...

Guest Profile 3 September 2020

Sport

Football in Art and Art in Football

Art History and Football are not commonly linked together. However football is a beloved and reflective part of culture. Firstly, artists choose to...

Isla Phillips-Ewen 24 July 2020

Art History 101

Everything You Need to Know About Primitivism

Primitivism was a facet of Modern art inspired by the works of untrained artists in non-industrialized societies, namely tribal Africa and Oceania.

Alexandra Kiely 10 June 2020

Art State of Mind

Happy Birthday, Kate!

This is an unusual feature and probably the only one in DailyArt Magazine history that will also come as a surprise to our beloved Editor-in-chief,...

Maya M. Tola 3 June 2020

Music

Fine Art in Rap Music: Eight Painters that Rappers Like To Be Compared To

Full of metaphors, double meanings, and references to popular culture – from cinema to literature, and through fine art – rap is a musical genre...

Amélie Pascutto 30 May 2020

Artist Stories

Quarantine Times: These Artists Performed at Their Best Alone

Most of us don’t escape the obligation of some kind of quarantine in these corona-driven times. Social distancing and isolation are keywords in...

Michel Rutten 25 April 2020

Women Artists

The Big Eyes of Margaret Keane

Surely you have come across Keane's paintings at some point. They portray children and animals with huge eyes, looking at the viewer with sadness.

Errika Gerakiti 15 April 2020

January Blues. Blue in Art

The January Blues, a well-known mood; festivities have come to an end and the winter is starting to feel gloomy. Therefore, to alleviate the...

Isla Phillips-Ewen 8 January 2020

Art of the Spanish Civil War: Political Propaganda and the Modernist Avant-Garde

April 1, 1939 marked not only the end of the Spanish Civil War but also the fall of the Second Spanish Republic. The victory of General Francisco...

Kacper Grass 1 April 2019

Museum Stories

The End of Lone Genius – Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde

The Modern Couples exhibition at the Barbican focuses on creative relationships in modern art. How the relation affected the art of both involved...

Joanna Kaszubowska 9 January 2019