Tom Bob | A Genius Street Artist Is Secretly Turning New York Streets Into Art

Tom Bob is quickly building a reputation for himself as a brilliant and elusive New York street artist who can turn any street feature he...

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Tom Bob is quickly building a reputation for himself as a brilliant and elusive New York street artist who can turn any street feature he stumbles upon into extraordinary graffiti. Creating clever street art on common objects in the urban landscape, he’s perfectly personalizing his boring surroundings. Bob utilizes lighting poles, electrical terminals, bumps, holes and...

Distorting Madonna in Medieval art – James Earle

After Rome was destroyed, people were wary of attachment to physical beauty. As Christianity gained traction, Romans instead began to focus on the metaphysical beauty...

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After Rome was destroyed, people were wary of attachment to physical beauty. As Christianity gained traction, Romans instead began to focus on the metaphysical beauty of virtue, and art began to follow suit. James Earle discusses how Medieval paintings of Madonna were affected by this shift. Via [TED-Ed] Shop This Women Leather Printed Cross-body Tote Bag...

The Guggenheim Puts 109 Free Modern Art Books Online

We’re happy to report that the number of free texts released are upto  to 109. Published between 1937 and 1999, the art books/catalogues offer an intellectual and...

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We’re happy to report that the number of free texts released are upto  to 109. Published between 1937 and 1999, the art books/catalogues offer an intellectual and visual introduction to the work of Alexander Calder, Edvard Munch, Francis Bacon, Gustav Klimt & Egon Schiele, Fernand Léger, and Kandinsky. Plus there are other texts (e.g., Masterpieces of Modern Art and Abstract Expressionists Imagists) that tackle meta movements and themes....

Murals Art by Colombian Artist Hermes Berrio

Hermes Berrio’s artwork is a powerful restructuring of urban emotion that transforms canvas into eye candy. His stylized creations alter ideas, redistribute meaning, and mutate...

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Hermes Berrio’s artwork is a powerful restructuring of urban emotion that transforms canvas into eye candy. His stylized creations alter ideas, redistribute meaning, and mutate concepts to the point of unrecognizable perfection! “My work is a process of investigating urban elements, working with materials, creating forms and compositions, and the artistic process of creator to...

You can Now Read Free Digital Art Catalogues from 9 World-Class Museums, Thanks to the Pioneering Getty Foundation

Getty Foundation put their minds to rare, beautiful, and highly edifying specimens known as art catalogues. “Based on meticulous research, these catalogues make available detailed...

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Getty Foundation put their minds to rare, beautiful, and highly edifying specimens known as art catalogues. “Based on meticulous research, these catalogues make available detailed information about the individual works in a museum’s collection, ensuring the contents a place in art history,” announces their site. Getty has offered the Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative (OCSI), creating an online platform...

500+ Free Art Books from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

dreams of so many artists, researchers, students and curators finally came true when The Metropolitan Museum of Art made a vast trove of images available for...

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dreams of so many artists, researchers, students and curators finally came true when The Metropolitan Museum of Art made a vast trove of images available for free download. Now the museum is taking one more step towards making its collections accessible to worldwide art enthusiasts and professionals. The museum recently made some 500 plus, mostly out-of-print, yet no less...

History of Modern Art Visualized in a Massive 130-Foot Timeline

If you visited The Tate Modern in recent years, perhaps you saw the large, 130-foot art installation covering a concourse wall. Created by illustrator Sara Fanelli, the “Tate...

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If you visited The Tate Modern in recent years, perhaps you saw the large, 130-foot art installation covering a concourse wall. Created by illustrator Sara Fanelli, the “Tate Artist Timeline” provided museumgoers with a sprawling roadmap showing the major artistic movements and important artists of the 20th century, moving from Art Nouveau to more contemporary Graffiti Art.    ...

丁子 紅子 Beniko Choji | Modern Japanese Art

Beniko Choji is a Japanese painter who is located in Saitama, japan. She starts her artist career as a designer for a jeweller’s company where she...

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Beniko Choji is a Japanese painter who is located in Saitama, japan. She starts her artist career as a designer for a jeweller’s company where she creates custom handmade accessories. She however felt the need to go back to her passion: traditional Japanese painting. Beniko Choji, although still very young, was immediately appraised for her talent...

`Cool Japan` | A Show celebrating Japanese Contemporary Art

If you’re a fan of modern Japanese culture, then prepare yourself for a colourful and vibrant group exhibition, launching this May at Espacio Gallery in London. Aptly...

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If you’re a fan of modern Japanese culture, then prepare yourself for a colourful and vibrant group exhibition, launching this May at Espacio Gallery in London. Aptly named the Japanese Art Show, it will feature more than 40 Japanese artists across various mediums and themes from fine art to illustration and Pop Art to modernism. Tetsuji Shirakawa is...

Artists Transformed Stunning Staircases Around The World

Staircases are normally considered simple, at times inconvenient, pathways. A handful of artists, though, have experimented with transforming them into alluring art installations. When painted, public...

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Staircases are normally considered simple, at times inconvenient, pathways. A handful of artists, though, have experimented with transforming them into alluring art installations. When painted, public stair art is a stunning and unexpected canvas for portraits, geometric patterns, and intricate mosaics. Each rise of a step is one fraction of a larger image. When viewed at...

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