Frida Kahlo - Autoritratto

Frida Kahlo: Exhibition at MUDEC

The complexity of Frida Kahlo’s life, including her history of trauma and turbulent relationship with fellow Mexican artist Diego Rivera, fueled much of her artistic production during the mid 20th century. The unique persona she created lives on today as a bold icon of feminism and resilience to contemporary audiences. To many, she is an…

Spadea - Maschera

How to evaluate an emerging artist

Guide To The Affordable Art Fair – Milan 2018 For every self-respecting art lover interested in collecting art, the Affordable Art Fair (AFF) is a great opportunity that should not be missed. But it is important to know how to make your purchases worthwhile at budget-friendly art events. Here’s the can of worms: do you…

5 Museums made from dreams

Christmas and the holidays are almost upon us. Are you already tired from the week to come? Bored at the idea of waiting around babysitting the kids while everyone else is out skiing? No problem! We have selected five stunning museums to defrost your winter boredom – goodies for art lovers, curious minds, or simply…

Lee Price - Iperrealismo

Lee Price’s hyperrealism

In her art, Lee Price examines food’s relationship with women as liberating, medicinal, and nurturing. The day-to-day experiences of women are imbued with desires, apprehensions, guilts, pleasures, and calculations . Price’s paintings ask: what really feeds us and how can we be honest about the nature of our hunger? From her studio in Beacon, New…

Andrea Salvatori

The fantastic worlds of Andrea Salvatori

Andrea Salvatori  is a Romagnan artist who’s pottery transports the viewer into worlds of fantasy. Salvatori’s work nearly takes us down the rabbit hole, but his aesthetic execution grounds us in reality.  Salvatori pursues perfection though thoughtfully executed pottery. He creates mini stories demonstrating the innocence and naivety of characters of absurd fantasy. Salvatori’s work…

Robert Bradford

TRASH ANIMALS: beyond recycling

Turning recycled material into art arose in the early 20th-century with the “ready-made” sculptures of Duchamp, and in the last decade has become a movement that focuses on reincorporating waste into visual art. This phenomena has manifested in fine art, cinema, and design, and often provides a critical contrast to consumerist culture. Recycled objects are…