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Top 10: the most scandalous nudes in art

Manet • May 31, 2023 • 13 minutes read
My top ten has selected the best nude, crude, sensual, sometimes erotic and, as a result, extremely "scandalous," "demonic" and sometimes "dangerous" masterpieces for the eyes of those viewers most susceptible to the externalization of the sinuosities of the human body...

Aurélia Cheret, inspiration comes from everywhere

Artists Portraits • May 31, 2023 • 8 minutes read
"I think it's always been part of my daily life. As a child, I saw my mother draw, paint. My sister was part of a photo club. My father-in-law is a drummer, my uncle a guitarist. For my part, I did dance."

The colors of parrots: Albrecht Dürer, the nude and the contemporary

Art history • May 28, 2023 • 8 minutes read
Rather than listing masterpieces aimed at immortalizing parrots, I want to contextualize the subject of my discussion through the figure of the German Renaissance master Albrecht Dürer...

Artotem, I am completely self-taught

Artists Portraits • May 27, 2023 • 4 minutes read
"I am already an author of detective novels, a photographer and a creator of wooden postcards. The sculpture came during the first confinement; I wanted to give my wife a gift and I made my first sculpture for the garden: a Moai from Easter Island stylized 1.30 high and 60 kgs of steel."

Top Artist to Invest in Right Now: Shōichi Hasegawa

Invest in art • May 25, 2023 • 8 minutes read
 Moving to Paris and studying at the Hayter studio provided Hasegawa with exposure to European art and the opportunity to fuse his Japanese heritage with Western artistic influences, resulting in a unique fusion of styles and ideas...

Julia Kuzina, the art of telling what's important to me

Artists Portraits • May 24, 2023 • 8 minutes read
"I've loved drawing for as long as I can remember. I was good at it. I drew funny pictures of my friends, drew cartoons of teachers at school, drew posters, drew creative works for myself and friends. To my shame my textbooks and notebooks were always painted."

Top 10 art luncheon

Lunch • May 24, 2023 • 14 minutes read
If you have ever woken up with a jolt in the middle of the night, remembering with great accuracy the details of the rich courses of lunch, which you have just finished dreaming about, you could decide, in addition to wanting to prepare a succulent banquet for the same day...

Top Artist to Invest in Right Now: Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami • May 23, 2023 • 9 minutes read
In Takashi Murakami's 2003 offset lithographic print titled Jelly Fish (2003) a prominent feature is a jellyfish with large eyes situated on a flowery planet...

Australian art: kangaroos, landscapes and contemporary artists

Australia • May 21, 2023 • 8 minutes read
I thought I would entrust the narrative of the early years of Australian art, as well as its subsequent Europeanization, to the kangaroo, a symbolic animal of Oceania that will be used as a conduit between Aboriginal and Western figurative expression...

Armando D'Andrea, art is a gift received from birth

Artists Portraits • May 20, 2023 • 3 minutes read
I studied at the art institute in Venice, earning a diploma in Master of Art and a diploma in Applied Art, and later took the sculpture course at the Art Academy. The techniques I use are: Clay and unfired earth with various materials...


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