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Inflated Animal and Human Shapes in the Art of Fernando Botero

Inflated Animal and Human Shapes in the Art of Fernando Botero

In the past years, Colombian contemporary art, with its huge array of styles and media, has experienced a real boom. However, this would not be possible without Fernando Botero, an icon of Colombian contemporary art and the originator of a ...

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What Makes Controversial Art Controversial?

What Makes Controversial Art Controversial?

No matter how much you like something, there are always things in it that step over the borderline of what is allowed and what is not. This is particularly applicable to art. Art has never been a place for restrictions; ...

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Joseph Walsh Studio Art Installation at Design Miami/ Basel 2019

Joseph Walsh Studio Art Installation at Design Miami/ Basel 2019

Today’s art world is so much more than just fine and video art. Design is also an integral part of this versatile environment. Thus, a world-known art fair devoted to design and art installation projects – Design Miami/ Basel – attracts ...

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Björn Braun’s Summer Exhibitions 2019

Björn Braun’s Summer Exhibitions 2019

Björn Braun is an artist from Berlin, Germany, who creates sculptures and installations. This summer, you will see the works by Björn Braun at two new locations: Kunsthaus Baselland in Switzerland and the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. What ...

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Hans Op De Beeck at Glasstress: Celebrating the Art of Murano

Hans Op De Beeck at Glasstress: Celebrating the Art of Murano

If you consider yourself being an admirer of fine art, bonbons, sleek forms, and glass art installations, then visit Glasstress 2019 — an exhibition that celebrates the art of Murano and represents it in different styles, shapes, and sizes. It’s ...

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Wim Delvoye to Work on Notre-Dame’s Spire

Wim Delvoye to Work on Notre-Dame’s Spire

One of the landmarks of Paris, alongside with the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, has been severely damaged by fire more than a week ago. Since then, the French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced an international architectural competition for the ...

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€1 Billion for the Restoration of the Notre-Dame Cathedral

€1 Billion for the Restoration of the Notre-Dame Cathedral

It is impossible to imagine Paris without such incredible architectural gems as the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, and of course, the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Unfortunately, the latter has recently been damaged in a fire on April 15. Today, numerous private financial ...

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A Renaissance Sculpture Was Attributed to Michelangelo

A Renaissance Sculpture Was Attributed to Michelangelo

The terracotta pieta discovered two decades ago turned out to be a real treasure. Art critics, who have done a long detective work, proved that the exquisite terracotta figure of Mary with Christ in her arms is, indeed, the work ...

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