Tomorrow, October 15th, is the opening of the exhibition Tu m’ouvres tes bras et on fait un pays : Brésil, corps et démocratie at the Galerie Ilian Rebei in Paris. The exhibition coincides with this electoral period in Brazil and bring together Brazilian artists from different generations that research the theme of the body and… Continue reading Tu m’ouvres tes bras et on fait un pays
Daniella Batsheva is a contemporary illustrator, the aesthetics of her art mixes details of the Victorian era, dark gothic imagery, and inspiration on horror films. Her art is in the line between underground and mainstream, with softly stylised figures and deep colours. Style and Influences Melancholia Batsheva’s art have its root in the 19th century,… Continue reading Who is Daniella Batsheva?
Discover her Art: Women Artists and Their Masterpieces is the book by Jean Leibowitz and Lisa LaBanca Rogers. Leibowitz is a portrait and landscape painter, she uses the traditional painting and drawing approaches in her art. LaBanca Rogers is an elementary school librarian and an author who regularly writes about art and artists for various… Continue reading ArtReview: Discover Her Art
Here it is, the moment many of you were waiting: the interview of the month. This month I talked to French artist Madine. I hope you all enjoy reading as much as I enjoyed preparing the interview. Technologie et Éthique "Big Data" - 2020 When was your first contact with art? Certainly, at the same… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist: Madine
Due to the sad news of the last days, I made a little research on the images of war made by female artists, I thought it could be interesting to see the war through the female gaze. The term War Art is most of the time used in relation to the 20th century military art… Continue reading War Images by Female Artists