‘Keith Haring. The Political Line’ Visits Rotterdam

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Keith Haring’s Voice from the Eighties Echoes in our Present Keith Haring. The Political Line. Rotterdam Kunsthal – September 20 2015 to February 7 2016 More than 30 years later Haring’s works return to the city where his international career once took off: in 1982 Rotterdam’s ‘Galerie ‘t Venster’ was the first ever outside the United States to show his work. … Read More

Rothko’s Colours: His Spiritual Performers

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Rothko Purple and Brown

Rothko’s Colours – His Spiritual Performers Each month there is an opportunity to discover a new topic or new events via the ArtSmart Roundtable, a series of articles by a group of art interested travel bloggers. This month the theme is ‘colour’ and our theme will cover Mark Rothko’s colours explaining his career, especially with his newly opened exhibition at the Gemeentemuseum in … Read More

Malevich and his Legacy – A Century Later

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Malevich Collage

  Malevich and his Legacy A Century Later   Can you re-write history? At the same time as history around you re-writes itself forever? Kazimir Malevich is the artist who managed to create a view on art totally different from how it was perceived until his time, only to end up in obscurity at the end of his life due … Read More

Hundertwasser at ARKEN in Copenhagen

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Hundertwasser at ARKEN in Copenhagen.

  Hundertwasser at ARKEN in Copenhagen   The ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen has been at the forefront of Danish art life for the past two decades. This year is not meant to be different, quite the opposite: the first major exhibition of the year is a high-profile, highly anticipated event. Hundertwasser (1928-2000) is in town. ‘Hundertwasser – … Read More

The Scream Versions Around the World

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[Tweet “How many Scream version are there? Edvard Munch’s most famous painting explained.”]   How Many Screams to Count?   If you’re visiting Oslo, it will be inevitable: you will be attracted by the force of this painting, this ‘Mona Lisa of our times’, as referred to by Arthur Lubow from the Smithsonian Magazine. The spirit of ‘The Scream’ will be … Read More

Yayoi Kusama’s LED Lit Rabbit Hole

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Yayoi Kusama’s LED Lit Rabbit Hole   You might expect a long line to get into some exhibitions in New York, after all, there’s the MoMa, the MET, the Guggenheim… But the exhibition with the longest lines at the moment – up to some four hours in fact – is Yayoi Kusama‘s ‘I Who Have Arrived in Heaven‘ in Chelsea, … Read More

1 Picasso 100 Euros

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Picasso L’Homme au Gibus

For only 100 Euros this original Picasso could be yours! The work is titled ‘L’homme au gibus’ (Man With Opera Hat) and has an estimated value of USD 1,000,000. All proceeds will be used to preserve Tyre, a UNESCO World Heritage city in Lebanon. Only 50,000 tickets will be issued, so don’t hesitate to enter too long. Follow the following … Read More