German author and artist Unica Zürn is remembered today for her photographic collaborations with Hans Bellmer especially after the exhibition of both artists in the spring of 2012 at the Ubu Gallery in New York. But among her work we can also find an important work of automatic drawing and anagram poetry. Unica Zürn Raised… Continue reading Who was Unica Zürn?
The Renaissance artist Sofonisba Anguissola is well-known for her paintings, especially for the portraits of her family and of members of the Spanish court. However, not many people know that she was fantastic at drawing too. Old woman studying the alphabet with a laughing girl and Asdrubale bitten by a crawfish are the only drawings… Continue reading Drawings by Sofonisba Anguissola
This is the first retrospective exhibition dedicated to Tamara de Lempicka in Madrid, and it includes around 200 pieces from more than 40 private collections, museums and providers. The Polish girl by Tamara de Lempicka - 1933 (Cheryl and Philip Milstein) The exhibition presents a careful contextualisation of Lempicka's artistic career through an immersive experience.… Continue reading ArtExhibition: Tamara de Lempicka
Last week I went to an exhibition in the museum of the Biblioteca Nacional Española with drawings of Rosario Weiss. Until now she was completely unknown to me. She was a Spanish painter and engraver, but she is best known for being the goddaughter of very famous Spanish painter Francisco de Goya with whom she lived… Continue reading My new discovery: Rosario Weiss