Articles tagged with modern
As the month of March has become an international celebration dedicated to women and women’s rights, here are some inspirational women making an impressive impact in the art world.
Diana Rosa Latourt is a Cuban artist based in Canada who paints groovy figurative works. We catch up with Diana to find out more about her process and exploration of human relationships.
“How do you paint the female nude without it being sexualised? And how do you paint the figure in a fresh and exciting way?” Sky Portrait Artist of the Year 2018 quarterfinalist Philip Tyler investigates these questions in his current body of work.
The eclectic days of Dali may be over, but Modern Surrealists are continuing the day dream, creating new surrealist art escapes for collectors and enthusiasts alike. New York based writer, curator and founder of Art Nerd NY Lori Zimmer writes us an ode to modern surrealism.
We believe that art shines its brightest in an environment that either compliments it or bows to its opulence. Whether you're an interior designer by trade, or you’re setting out to redesign your home, read on for some tips around harmonising art with interior design…
Although the crowds tend to be overwhelming, and the weather is usually less than satisfactory, this year's Frieze should be one to remember. With an all-new section, 'Live', focusing on performance art alongside the Frieze Masters fair, also in Regent's Park, it promises to be an exciting one.
This week in Art Speak, we take a closer look at the technique that has been on everyone's lips, not least our own: cut-outs. The origin of cut-outs has been credited to modern art giant Henri Matisse, who used the technique to keep his creativity alive in the crippling aftermath of an invasive surgical procedure. We look at bit at its history, process and how it has inspired the work of other artists.
In his work, Tarbet assumes the role of a curious folk scientific explorer, which leads him to dismantle, dissect, and distort everyday technologies and appliances.
As the Anthropocene exhibiton opens at the Londonewcastle Project Space next week, we delve into the enigmatic world of Stephen Walter.