Tag: Artist

Banksy

Banksy artwork taken in north London withdrawn from sale   Since Banksy has been making headlines recently with the shocking revelation that the Banksy mural, depicting a boy hunched over a sewing machine making Union Jack bunting, disappeared from Whymark Avenue earlier this month only to be auctioned off in Miami, I thought it appropriate to write about him, paying… Read more →

Digital Art Leads the Way

Digital Art   Maybe you are like me; I’m still trying to grasp what Digital Art is and how it’s formed. It is so mysterious that it leads me to wonder if it is indeed art, as it is self proclaimed or like many critics, is just a new age function of computers requiring nothing more than the knowledge of… Read more →

A Day without Art

 A Day Without Art   December 1st saw the release of Day with (out) Art: United in Anger: A History of ACT UP.  The 93 min documentary, directed by Jim Hubbard, focuses its attention of the formation of ACT UP (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), a group of activists, strongly supported by the art world caught the attention of… Read more →

How to Become a Better Painter

Painting  Whether you are a painter at the beginning of your art career, full of excitement and expectations or you’re already climbing the ladder, having sold your first painting, this article could be for you. You can never know too much about the profession you love and learning new tricks and techniques could lead to the development of new art… 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 →

Treasure Island

Treasure Island: British Art from Holbein to Hockney   From 05th October 2012 to 20th January 2013 – at the Juan March Foundation, Madrid.   Welcome to British Art!  The exhibition itself is named after the extraordinary novel “Treasure Island” by Robert Louis Stevenson. It’s a great metaphor conveying to the reader the establishing Britain as an island full of… Read more →

Marc Chagall

From the 14th February 2012 to 20 May 2012 – Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum One of the most extensive collections ever! This is a one of a kind art exhibition, the first in Spain bringing together a collection of Chagall’s masterpieces. The collection consists of more than 150 paintings from various museums and private collections. It’s organized by the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and… Read more →

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