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...
Saverio del Bono

Interview with Severino del Bono

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What is the influence behind your artistic expression ? My style is part of the figurative painting. I trust an accurate technical research and I...

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...
Portrait posthume de george dyer autoportrait portrait de lucian freud

Francis Bacon e George Dyer. The painting of the rotten apple

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Who would undo the body from its bone structure to show its raw meat, mixing bones, guts, skin and hair in a single organic...
Domenico Gnoli

Domeico Gnoli: This is not an Armchair

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In the Sixties, Rome was an exciting city: art, cinema, theatre, and literature were in full swing. Excellent personalities such as Giorgio De Chirico Pictor...
Omar Hassan

Omar Hassan

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Even in this difficult times, London’s art galleries continue to keep high the level of the cultural offer by transferring the exhibiting scene from...
Osvalda Pucci

Osvalda Pucci : The river of Existence

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Catching the singularity in the spectacle of the world and things is not an easy task; neither is the contingent note in its intermingling...

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...
Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos

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Mel Ramos. Born in 1935 in Sacramento - died 2018, in California, he is considered one of the most important masters of American pop...
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...