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
Hi everyone, here it is one more interview of our series. This month I had the great opportunity to talk to French photographer Hélène Desplechin. I hope you enjoy reading the interview as much as I preparing it. The tree taht wanted to travel When was your first contact with art? In my childhood. I… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist: Hélène Desplechin
Who never has listened about the history of David, a little shepherd who slayed the giant Goliath? I am pretty sure that most of you when think about it, have in your minds the image of Michelangelo’s masterpiece. It has been a common subject in the world of arts, it is present in the literature,… Continue reading David and Goliath by Artemisia Gentileschi
Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer. She is famous for the fusion of technology with haute couture. Her work has been included in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, as well as in the Palais de Tokyo de Paris. Collection:… Continue reading Who is Iris van Herpen?
Who of you have watched the film Portrait of the young lady on fire? For those who haven’t watched yet or don’t know anything about it, it is a French historical drama film written and directed by Céline Sciamma, starred by Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel. The film tells the story of an affair between… Continue reading Review: Portrait de la jeune fille en feu