Tate Modern Presents ‘Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs’

  Starting this spring, the Tate Modern celebrates one of the giants of modern art throughout his last consequential creative phase by inaugurating the exhibition...

Printing partnership

To bear witness to any single artist’s creative output can be inspiring enough in and of itself. One must only take a look around...

Body art—a form of self-expression?

I am looking at the way how people change their body in the way of tattoos, piercings and extreme body modification. I have tattoos...

‘Reality Rearranged’ — By Tommy Ingberg

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)    Who's afraid of surrealism? I can't have a certain answer to it, but what I and Google do know is what were...

Bilbao’s cultural wonder

Most of the world’s high achievers have had some great dream, a grand vision of what they wish to achieve, and then use their...

Louvre’s Islamic Art Wing attempts to conciliate Political Tensions

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   PARIS - Following a sustained effort of 10 years and a cost of approximately 130 million euro, the famous Louvre inaugurated its...

The art of politics

For the average everyman throughout the world, it can seem hard to escape the political decisions of our respective governments. Those decisions will often...

Why I love the works of Quentin Blake

When some artists apply themselves to each project they face, they don’t seem to be able to put a foot wrong. Their creativity and...

Jeff Koons and his interesting kitsch

That’s not to say that Koons’ work is in bad taste though many believe it is. In 2014, an exhibition review in The Guardian of 'Jeff...

Going adrift with space junk art

Who would have guessed that science and art could bind together and draw inspiration from each other? Science, a system of learning based on...