contemporary artist

Interview with Contemporary Artist Juliana Naufel

Hey there! I know I've been a little absent these last weeks, but I couldn't left you without the third interview with a contemporary artist. This time with the Brazilian embroidery and mixed media artist Juliana Naufel I hope you enjoy it! Hi Women’n Art Blog, thank you so much for having me here! My… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Juliana Naufel

Artists, interview, Who was/is

Interview with Contemporary Artist Diana Larrea

Hi everyone, I am very happy to announce the second interview of this new section, especially because I received messages of some of you saying that have loved the first interview and were anxious for the next. This month I want to introduce you to Spanish multidisciplinary artist Diana Larrea. Enjoy it! Caso Público Intrusos,… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Diana Larrea

contemporary artist, Photographers, Photography

Interview with Contemporary Artist Caterina Notte

I am so happy to announce that this month we start something new on the blog: an interview section with a contemporary artists. And in this first interview I want to introduce you to the photographer Caterina Notte, whose career has begun in the 2000’s in the Rome galleries, while she was studying Economics at… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Caterina Notte

Art, Artists, Exhibitions

Infinity Mirror Rooms by Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama is one of my favourite contemporary artists. She was born in Matsumoto (Japan) and she is famous especially for her sculptures and installations. However, she is also active in painting, film, performance, fashion, poetry and other arts.  Her work is very personal (autobiographical) and is based in conceptual art showing some characteristics of… Continue reading Infinity Mirror Rooms by Yayoi Kusama

Afro-American Art, Artists

Mirror, Mirror by Carrie Mae Weems

Mirror, Mirror is one of the most famous works of the Afro-American artist Carrie Mae Weems. It is also very representative of a generation that was concerned with racial and sexual identity issues. Carrie Mae Weems is an Afro-American artist that started to work at the mid 1980’s. Her work combines visual and verbal language… Continue reading Mirror, Mirror by Carrie Mae Weems