Friday, November 27, 2020
Thomas Hartman

Thomas Hartman : action, reflection and reaction

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Your approach to painting by way of “action, reflection and reaction” is said to unfold sometimes over years in order to develop a piece...
Adriana Bisi Fabbri

Adriana Bisi Fabbri : The artist and the woman

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Adriana Bisi Fabbri, one of the earlies feminists of the modern era, who loved wearing men’s clothes and behave unconventionally, became famous as a...

Mattia Moreni

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Sometimes the life and art of a painter is so exceptional and unique that it borders on myth and legend. That is exactly the...

Daughters of Islam? Or simply daughters of our time?

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Can we speak of female Muslim art? How much does gender identity influence artistic production, particularly in an Islamic context? In Western culture, are there...

Antonio Freiles : freedom and boundaries

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Every day, in our perception of the world, we are called upon to adopt new cognitive strategies. Faced as we are with rapidly changing...

Lorenzo Puglisi “paintings of light and darkness”

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Lorenzo Puglisi’s oil paintings capture you to such an extent that you feel like you want to dive into them with your eyes, or...
Geroge Baselitz

Georg Baselitz and Emilio Vedova in Venice

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Internationally famous for his upside-down paintings, German artist Georg Baselitz (born in 1938) is the first living artist to have an exhibition at the...