Tancredi Guggenheim

A new exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in Venice: Tancredi Parmeggiani and his paintings This is a long-awaited return to Venice and to Peggy Guggenheim’s museum of Tancredi Parmeggiani (1926-1964), among the most original and passionate Italian painters of third quarter of the 20th century, and the only artist after Jackson Pollock to be put  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Artist, composer, radio host, writer, the multi-hyphenate Preston Trombly embraces all the arts with wit, humour and reverie. Preston received his visual arts education at New York’s Art Students League, he has a Bachelor of Music degree with Honours from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Musical Arts degree from  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Mark Street is an artist, film-maker and professor at Fordham University, who has highly established himself in the cinematic and visual field. Mark graduated from Bard College and the San Francisco Art Institute and has shown his wondrous works in the New York Museum of Modern Art Cineprobe series, at Anthology  [ Read More ]

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  BE OPEN is a creative think tank whose mission is to promote people and ideas: a cultural and philanthropic initiative that aims to harness the brainpower of the global creative minds in the arts, education, design, business, and the media – and asks them to imagine and then build solutions for the future. BE  [ Read More ]

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  Thinking about women-music legend, you may think to great artists like Janis Joplin, Patti Smith, Debbie Harry, Stevie Nicks, Grace Slick, Joan Baez and so on.But in the world of the music and first of all of rock from that amazing period of 60s and 70s there were other types of woman-myths. Beauty, audacious,  [ Read More ]

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Lithian Ricci was born in Rome, where she took her degree in Architecture, she attended the Heatherley School of Fine Arts in London and eventually moved to Milan where she still lives and works. Her trademark are fabulistic portraits, nevertheless her exquisite art envelops all fields of day to day life from clothes to cutlery:  [ Read More ]

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Paris based art director Pascal Witaszek has recently caused a huge twitting with his brand new poster on an imaginary future film by Ron Howard, featuring Ryan Gosling, on Walt Disney’s life, “Walt”. But unfortunately it’s been only a fake poster: in fact the movie itself isn’t a project yet, although the idea has been  [ Read More ]

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Richard Hamilton: pop art hero died

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On Tuesday 13 September 2011, one of the most significant and influential artists of modern times passed away, aged 89. Richard Hamilton holds a strong claim as the progenitor of pop art. His 1956 collage Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? is one of the earliest works we can  [ Read More ]

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Toilet Paper, un altro modo per (eco)riciclare le immagini. Ci sono artisti che creano spunti per le riviste, e ce ne sono altri che si inventano riviste per darsi degli spunti. È il caso di Maurizio Cattelan, controverso esponente del panorama creativo contemporaneo, padovano di nascita ma “americano” per scelta, autodidatta e poi manager di  [ Read More ]

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Melissa Jane Robson, aka Stella Vine, is the English artists who works on figurative paintings representing mostly Uk celebrities and old rock stars, with ironic taste and extraordinary success. Stella Vine’s works are today one of the most expensive in contemporary painting, from her Kate Moss’ portrait in Holy Water Cannot Help You (2005) or  [ Read More ]

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