Thursday, September 24, 2020
Musement
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...
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...

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...

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?

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...

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...
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...