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The Horse Sculpture

Let us introduce to you, Nic Fiddian-Green, a unique and inspirational British artist seeking fame from his massive heads! Fiddian-Green’s colossal, classically inspired equine heads are exhibited around the world in prominent locations, including ‘Still water ‘, the 30-foot head of a drinking horse right next to the Marble Arch in London.   He was inspired ever since he saw a fifth-century B.C.… Read more →

Starry Night

Starry Night, and interactive animation from Petros Vrellis   Petros Vrellis has created an extremely cool interactive visualisation and synthesizer that animates Vincent Van Goghs “Starry Night”, using openframeworks to create a simple and elegant interaction. A fluid simulation gently creates a flowing fabric from Van Goghs impressionist portrait of the Milky Way and night sky over Saint-Rémy in France… Read more →

The Permanent Exhibition of Zacarias Gonzalez

From the 30th of January until further notice the House-Museum hosts a permanent exhibition of Zacarias Gonzalez. The exhibit shows a magnificent display of the artistic talents of this famous master painter. Having previous been a student of Señor Gonzalez, I can personally give testimony to his artistic genius and his exhibition in nothing short of spectacular, filled with personality… Read more →

Modern Artists

Pieter Ouborg : First Modern Artist in Indonesia   Wars by definition trigger immense changes that spell the collapse of the old and the ushering in of new orders, values and sensibilities. One of the major art European movements to rise from the ashes of the devastation of World War Two was CoBrA. Founded in 1948 this revolutionary group of… Read more →

ARCO Madrid 2013

ARCO MADRID 2013 Contemporary Art Fair from 13 to 17 February 2013   ARCO madrid an international art fair that highlights the importance of the art market players. Artists, dealers, museum directors and art collections with critics and historians as well as prestigious professionals, intellectuals, artists, philosophers and foundations gathered in Madrid to participate in panel discussions and interesting encounters.… Read more →

Goya y el Infante Don Luis Exposición

Exhibition in Madrid: Goya and the Infante Don Luis at the Royal Palace   The exhibition revolves around the controversial figure of the Infante Don Luis de Borbón y Farnesio, King Charles III’s youngest brother. It is arranged into seven sections whose titles sum up the vicissitudes in the infante’s life that in some way or other spurred his artistic,… Read more →

Li Hongbo – Pure White Paper

   Sculptures Made from “Pure White Paper”     Every now and then you stumble upon the remarkable. Something so rare and extraordinary it transforms the way you view art. Chinese artist Li Hongbo certainly does this as we watch him create smooth white sculptures out of paper to resemble skulls, trees, humans, and more. His work is has an… Read more →

Manet: Portraying Life

The Royal Academy is introducing Sunday night viewing, open until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays   The Royal Academy is offering a a rare opportunity to see a impressive collection of artwork by Manet. In fact it is the first major exhibition in Britain showcasing the Frenchman’s portraiture.  Already a success, it has been dubbed the first blockbuster exhibition of… Read more →

The Art of Cleaning Up

The Art of Clean Up: Sorting and Stacking Everyday Objects   Swiss artist Ursus Wehrli, unusual in nature is making art by taking everyday scenes of disorder and rearranging them into neat rows, sorted by different attributes such as color, size, shape, and type. He takes the chaos and madness out of life and organizes it into tidy rows giving… Read more →

New language for Contemporary Art

Alunageorge – “Your drums, your love”   Alunageorge,  is the buzz of the contemporary art world claiming to communicate in the language understood by all artists. They are a new  band from London, consisting of Aluna Francis and George Reid, together they are becoming known for the massive influence they potentially hold to transform the image of the art industry.… Read more →

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