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New Art Projects by the Spanish Artist Carlos García Lahoz

New Art Projects by the Spanish Artist Carlos García Lahoz

We already wrote about the masterful Spanish artist Carlos García Lahoz and his substantial contribution to the development of Spanish-Ukrainian art. If you have enjoyed reading about the life and work of this amazing contemporary sculptor, we have marvelous news ...

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Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

An experiment is by far the most effective and at the same time capricious means of exploring new ground in the realm of fine art. When an artist starts to mix elements of different natures, the chances are always high ...

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Cesar Valerio — The Portuguese Sculptor Who Carves Life

Cesar Valerio — The Portuguese Sculptor Who Carves Life

People’s life is limited, and time that we all have for living it is strictly contained in the stringent confines. Traditionally, human beings want to leave things after their deaths as reminders for future generations, and art is the ultimate ...

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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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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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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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The Biennale First Winner: Jimmy Durham

The Biennale First Winner: Jimmy Durham

After we shared the most important facts about the Venice Biennale, the event’s Board of Directors has chosen this year’s Biennale first winner of the honorary “Golden Lion.” The ceremony that will be held on May 11 – the day ...

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