Exhibitions, Photographers

Caterina Notte’s Exhibitions

Hi there, today I come with spectacular news to you! You must remember the photographer Caterina Notte, our first guest in the section of interviews with contemporary artists. She is presenting her work in some exhibitions around the world, an amazing possibility to see her work closer. Until the 30th September, you can see her… Continue reading Caterina Notte’s Exhibitions

Exhibitions, Painters

Virtual Exhibition: Jean Jones

The Jean Jones Estate announced the launch of their forthcoming virtual exhibition “Jean Jones: The Myth of the Tortured Genius”, it follows the success of the retrospective of last October at The Brownston Gallery in Devon. The exhibition, produced in collaboration with the Perspective Project, will explore the oft-romanticised relationship between creativity and mental illness,… Continue reading Virtual Exhibition: Jean Jones

art news, Exhibitions, Painters

The opening of Artemisia at the National Gallery

Artemisia is probably the most expected art show of the year, and it had its opening the last 3 October at the National Gallery of London. The exhibit is located at the Sainsbury Wing of the gallery. This is the first major exhibition of Artemisia Gentileschi in the UK. Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting… Continue reading The opening of Artemisia at the National Gallery

Exhibitions, Museum

ArtNews: Women Artists’ exhibitions and the pandemic

This year we were expecting some great exhibitions on Women Artists, or at least I was, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic most of them were cancelled or postponed, some started few days before the museum’s closure due to the lockdown. Portrait with schorpio by Marina Abramović(Photo credit: Artnet)Self-portrait by Angelica Kauffmann(Photo credit: WikiArt) Just… Continue reading ArtNews: Women Artists’ exhibitions and the pandemic

Art History, Museum

The National Museum of Women in the Arts

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA), located in Washington, D.C. is the only major museum in the whole world solely dedicated to women’s achievements in arts (visual, performing, literary). The idea for this museum came from the will to answer a very simple and obvious question (but not common): Where are all… Continue reading The National Museum of Women in the Arts