Meet 6 Fast-Rising Artists Having Star Turns at This Year’s Art Basel Miami Beach — Portland Museum of Art

Who:  An enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes in Western North Dakota, Teresa Baker pays tribute to her upbringing while infusing her practice with a modern aesthetic. She transforms synthetic materials into artwork that underscores irregular territorial shapes.  Based in: Los Angeles, California Notable Resume Lines: Baker is a 2022 […]

All About Body of Air by Piero Manzoni

Title of Artwork: “Body of Air” Artwork by Piero Manzoni Year Created 1959 Summary of Body of Air “Corpo d’aria” (which translates as “Body of Air” or “Corpi d’aria”). It consists of a tripod stand, deflated balloon, mouthpiece, and box, all of which were produced between October 1959 and March […]

Stefania Batoeva: Divorce

Stefania Batoeva: DivorcePublic GalleryNovember 16 — December 17, 202291 Middlesex StLondonE1 7DA Public Gallery is pleased to present Divorce, a solo exhibition by Stefania Batoeva. Nine new oil paintings are hung across two conversing floors of the gallery. Subjectively personal, these works explore the limits of knowing – the zones […]

On the spot: Nibera | Displate Blog

80s light grid? Check. Warm, faded color palette? Check. Space inspirations? You got it! When it comes to retro-inspired art, Slovenian artist Nibera ticks all the boxes, while also making her art truly unique with some original compositional arrangements.  Turns out Nibera is one hell of a retrohead. She’s not […]

10 Years of the Medieval Hungary blog

Chronicler from the Illuminated Chronicle, c. 1360 I started this blog 10 years ago, in August 2010. Originally, the idea was to try another platform, in order to provide up-to-date information – information that was hard to provide on my rudimentary website Art in Medieval Hungary. I created the first […]