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Marie Saksik, the sculpture that explores the female body

woman body • Dec 5, 2021 • 3 minutes read
Marie Saksik was inspired by several vacation trips to Asia, after which she began to represent mostly young women, content, serene and sometimes dreamy.

Palmyra's Stolen Sculptures Returned to Syria

ancient art • Nov 26, 2021 • 2 minutes read
Three plundered statues from Palmyra are being returned to Syria. They were stolen from the ancient city in 2009 or 2010 and discovered by Swiss police. The UN has demanded their return after a trial in 2020, and now they will be handed over to Syrian officials.

Unauthorized NFTs of Anish Kapoor and Others' Artwork Reportedly Listed Illegally by Curator

Art News • Nov 25, 2021 • 3 minutes read
Unauthorized NFTs of Art by Anish Kapoor and Others were allegedly printed by a curator. Lawsuits may now be filed against him. Moore has now enraged several of these artists by allegedly selling NFTs based on images of their originals on OpenSea without their consent.

Karen Axikyan, wire work

Artist Portrait • Nov 23, 2021 • 1 minutes read
Karen Axikyan winds a metallic thread, more or less shiny or rusty, to form a ball. And from this interlacing emerges a silhouette, sometimes two. The artist born in Armenia in 1963, he has been faithful to metal for 15 years.

Rémy Tassou, an incentive for selective sorting

Sculptures • Nov 16, 2021 • 1 minutes read
Rémy Tassou has made recycling the basis of his artistic approach and takes the opportunity to encourage selective sorting. He gives them a second life by reusing them to create sculptures based on calculators, CD-ROMs, computers, cell phones ...

After a legal battle, the monumental KAWS installation in Singapore can finally be completed

Art News • Nov 16, 2021 • 3 minutes read
Legal action has been threatened against Singapore's viral public art show.

Beeple's "Human One" sculpture and its NFT sold for $ 29 million

Art News • Nov 10, 2021 • 1 minutes read
The Beeple sculpture was sold for $ 28.9 million to an online auctioneer in Switzerland. HUMAN ONE 3D video sculpture is a combination of digital and physical technologies. It represents a person dressed in silver walking with what appears to be a space helmet on his head.

Régis Gomez, The World of Cans

Artist Portrait • 1 minutes read
The World of Cans which brings together the artist's passion for the world of miniatures and his sensitivity to the environment.

Artist-Robot Ai-Da arrested by Egyptian Authorities on Spying Charges!

Art News • 2 minutes read
An Egyptian border guard held robot Ai-Da for ten days before an exhibition in Egypt. Officials were concerned about the robot's involvement in an espionage conspiracy. She was eventually freed just before the show and unharmed

A US$3 million pumpkin swept into the ocean

Art News • 2 minutes read
The iconic Pumpkin sculpture of Yayoi Kusama, valued at $3 million, was swept into the ocean by a storm in Naoshima Prefecture, western Japan.


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