Recently, the Tate Modern in London has opened a new section; a ten storey tower with a fantastic view on the river Thames.
What does Monday mean for you? Of course, it’s the beginning of the week, a working day, and almost everyone may link Mondays with daily routine. However, the French artist Camille Henrot (Paris, 1978) found a way to use a simple day as an allegory
Instead of the usual Raphael, Leonardo, and the many other artists working in the well-known Florence and Rome, visitors can experience the artistic environment of a lesser known town by displaying the works of its main artists
How can we describe Fernando Botero (1932-)’s art? One would say huge figures in movement, glowing faces, and joy. I believe that those definitions work. However, also an artist like Botero, known for his fat and joyful characters, can deal with suffering. Between 2010 and 2012,
To most people the French post-Impressionist artist is just a dwarf, alcoholic, and ill. However, sir Lautrec was not only a bohemian painter living a miserable life. He was rich. He had a lot of friends, many interests, and the passion of cocktails – meaning
“Fortunately, there are no rules in art". For the artist and former lawyer Nathan Sawaya (1971), everything can be art, also LEGO. Those small bricks are his medium to create sculptures, reproduce masterpieces like the Monalisa, and transform a toy into art.