Human canvases modelling world famous artworks including Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Edvard Munch’s The Scream take to the streets in a bid to mend Britain’s disconnect with art.
Five living versions of world famous artworks including Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Edvard Munch’s The Scream were spotted outside the capital’s art hot spots, before taking a ride on the Tube and making their way across Millennium Bridge.
Naked human canvasses took to the streets of London, displaying five of the world's most famous artworks. They stood outside the National Gallery, in a bid to encourage Londoners to engage with art.
Human canvases modelling world famous artworks including Van Gogh’s Sunflowers take to the streets of London in a bid to mend Britain’s.
Daily Mail | Picass-OH! World’s most famous works of art are painted on models who parade around London
Famous artworks have been reinterpreted in London using one of the best canvases for expression: the human body.
A brand new art prize launches today offering burgeoning artists around the world the chance to win £10,000 to kick start their careers. Launched by online platform Rise Art with a panel of judges headed up by YBA artist Gavin Turk.
Online platform Rise Art has launched its inaugural art prize. The global competition sets out to unearth the most exciting contemporary artists and offers entrants a chance to win a £10,000 cash prize, as well as business mentorship and financial advice from some of the art world's most respected individuals.
The Rise Art team is looking ahead to 2011, and planning our schedules around some of next years more intriguing art events.
We are extremely proud to announce that Rise Artist Chris Shaw Hughes has been selected as part of the New Contemporaries 2010 edition. Read on!
Rise Art has been teaming up with galleries and events, supporting artists and curators alike. Along with Primo Alonso gallery we hosted 'God is in the Details'.