Art institutions rewrite history

Art institutions rewrite history On the day the British Museum in London reopens its doors to the public, after about four months, it joins the Black Lives Matter movement. The historic English institution removed from its pedestal the statue of its founder Sir Hans...
The meeting between Basquiat and Warhol

The meeting between Basquiat and Warhol

The meeting between Basquiat and Warhol It is said that the young artist of Haitian origins, Jean-Michel Basquiat, earned his living selling postcards on which he intervened with his overflowing and powerful creativity. A postcard will change the course of his...

Christie’s Can’t Wait!

Christie’s Can’t Wait!

Christie’s Can’t Wait!  Only a few months after having completed a respectable logistical and technological effort with ONE - the first global auction of the 21st century, which was held simultaneously in the presence and online in the main hubs of the art world...

Carla Accari: investing in Italian excellence is a good idea

Carla Accari: investing in Italian excellence is a good idea

Carla Accari: investing in Italian excellence is a good idea Among the most original artists of the post-war period, Carla Accardi is considered one of the greatest exponents of Italian abstractionism.  Founder of Gruppo Forma 1 in 1947 with Consagra, Perilli, Turcato...

The art of Botero? Stable and extralarge

The art of Botero? Stable and extralarge

The art of Botero? Stable and extralarge At the age of 87, Fernando Botero is one of the most celebrated living artists in the world. Shy and reserved, he has always remained faithful to his "extralarge" style. His portraits and sculptures are known everywhere and the...

A breath of art: the art exhibited in 20 Italian villages

A breath of art: the art exhibited in 20 Italian villages

A breath of art: the art exhibited in 20 Italian villages If only a few months ago the city seemed to be the great attraction, while the countryside was less and less in the spotlight, the pandemic may have overturned this point of view. Massimiliano Fuksas, an...

Manifesta 13 in Marseille and the Berlin Biennale confirmed!

Manifesta 13 in Marseille and the Berlin Biennale confirmed!

Manifesta 13 in Marseille and the Berlin Biennale confirmed! After the postponements of June, and despite the number of coronavirus infections has not yet stabilized,  Manifesta 13 in Marseilles and the Berlin Biennale confirm their opening, although in a...

Whitney Museum Cancels Show of Mutual Aid Art

Whitney Museum Cancels Show of Mutual Aid Art

Whitney Museum Cancels Show of Mutual Aid Art Yesterday, August 25, the Whitney Museum of American Art has canceled the show Collective Actions: Artist Interventions in a Time of Change that was to take place from September 17, 2020 to January 3, 2021.The exhibition...

Jackson Pollock and the connection with the secret service

Jackson Pollock and the connection with the secret service

Jackson Pollock and the connection with the secret service  Few people are aware that Jackson Pollock, the leading exponent of American Action Painting, had ties to the Secret Service.  During the Cold War, the CIA leaders decided to implement a secret plan, called...

Art more and more online. The market experts speak

Art more and more online. The market experts speak

Art more and more online. The market experts speak Many of the accelerated changes during quarantine will likely be permanent elements in the art market world. On this line Artsy proposes an interesting debate on the characters of online auctions among some important...

The largest painting in the world is the work of Sacha Jafri

The largest painting in the world is the work of Sacha Jafri

The largest painting in the world is the work of Sacha Jafri In collaboration with Dubai Cares, the world-renowned artist Sacha Jafri intends to create the largest painting ever made on canvas. Created over a period of 20 weeks, The Journey of Humanity by...

Yoko Ono’s hope banners for the reopening of the Met

Yoko Ono’s hope banners for the reopening of the Met

Yoko Ono’s hope banners for the reopening of the Met Outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, signs have been posted for months saying: "We are closed". On August 29, however, one of the most important museums in the world will reopen its doors and for the...