Collisions of Colour: a conversation with Ping He

May 29, 2020

Creating Freedom, a candid conversation with Linda Gleitz

May 29, 2020

Danette Landry: Painter and Sculptor Organizing the Chaos

May 22, 2020

Patricia Slosiar: Studies in Abstraction

May 22, 2020

Will museums de-acces their collections?

May 22, 2020

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May 30, 2019

The Met’s commitment to integrating modern and contemporary art is quite visible and proving to be successful for years to come, with, the latest exhibition programme as well as the new budget that has been put to place. Just like one American self-help author Napoleon...

May 18, 2019

While by now lots of us are familiar with the latest Christie’s auction house sale, lots of us are bearing a number of questions as well. Was the Koons art piece really worthy the sale?

On 15th Wednesday night, US Pop artist Jeff Koons’art piece, a stainless steel rabbi...

If there could be just one illustration of a perfect ‘symphony’, then it must be the Met Gala – an annual symphony of art, fashion, music and film, where the most famed individuals in these artistic industries, converge to raise money for latest exhibition of the Costu...

May 3, 2019

An 18th Century English poet Alexander Pope once said, “Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed”. Applying this in his artistic career field and pointing out to a particular art piece of his, one Harold Ancart says that “Nothing wrong can...

April 30, 2019

The artist Temel Nal feels color and senses light. Using his own, never-divulged photographic technique and without any- post production “manipulation” or photo shop, he liberates color from its form creating vibrant, strong and emotional works that seem to dance for t...

April 23, 2019

Imagine going to the newest, cutting edge museum. But instead of strolling through a spacious white box with high ceilings, you are in fact admiring art while wandering through an empty oil tank. While this may sound outlandish, it is now a reality at Tank Shanghai. Th...

April 15, 2019

For everyone walking on the High Line, an elevated park made in an old New York Central Railroad, the experience is more than an appreciation to an architectural city landscape; it’s also an opportunity to walk through an outdoor museum of contemporary art. A display o...

April 12, 2019

Upon recommendation by the Artistic Director Ralph Rugoff, the board of directors of the Venice Biennial, chaired by Paolo Baratta, has appointed the International Jury of the 58th International Art Exhibition.

The Jury which will be in charge of the awards and recognit...

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