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Noah Latif Lamp through time

Today there is such a variety of different artists in the visual art scenery, so many diverse personalities with their own complexity, all bringing different attributes and expression to the art world. The ones I love the most are those who above all designate knowledge and experimentation as the main guideline for their artistic development. […]

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Influence of pop art in American Culture

Pop Art originated in England with the “Independent Group” in the 1950s, based on industrial iconography, science fiction, light posters and some works by Francis Bacon. At the same time, it was accepted in the United States, settling precisely in New York as art proper to the society of the time which, with a great […]

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African Art

It would not be an exaggeration to label as “pretentious” the attempt to write all that is African art in a single article, especially if we understand that Africa is an immense continent, whose extension is three times that of Europe. There are more than 1,300 languages and more than 5,000 indigenous groups spread over […]

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A year in review: Art in the Time of Covid-19

In a way, it is impossible to deny that for some time, art had always been a somewhat underrated medium: science, politics, and other matters seemed to be more relevant. Fortunately, times have changed a lot since then. Also, there is a before and after of art in the time of Covid-19. The pandemic showed […]

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Art Exhibition – Memories From Materials by Krisztina Czika

Experience Brand New artworks that express memories on materials that at the same time tell you a story. Join the st-Art curators and Hungarian artist Krisztina Czika for FREE at the Cut-Throat’s brand new De-Pijp location to experience her artworks. Who is Krisztina Czika? Krisztina studied and lived in Budapest.In Budapest, she trained at the […]

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Business Art Workshop: Paint as Monet

July’s workshop at Soho House was all about the beauty and freedom of the Impressionists. An art movement during the 1800s, The inspiration, French artist Claude Monet. Famous for his paintings of waterlilies and soft landscapes. Carlo Tozzi starts with a brief historical presentation on Impressionism, its ability to capture light, and the use of […]

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Digital Art: from concept to reality

Is digital art really a threat to the supremacy of the traditional Institution of Art? This is a question that emerges in front of the vertiginous growth of the universe of Digital Art in the last fifty years. Some “nuances of fear” may arise in front of the feat that means that being such a […]

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Minimal Art

When we think of Minimalism, a concept emerges attached to the term itself: simplicity. We are talking about a philosophy of life, style and artistic movement transversal to several disciplines. Despite their differences, these have in common the desire to get rid of everything “bombastic”. Like all ideology, minimalism is also subject to human subjectivity, […]

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Photography as an artistic form

There have been two visions of photography: on the one hand, technical skill and on the other, the ability to create an image that gives us a different perspective on the world. When the two come together, we are creating an artistic graphic work, thus, seeing photography as an artistic form.

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Industrial Revolution: The Influence on art

With the industrial revolution, important inventions were born, and with them important changes that profoundly marked the history of humanity, thus was its beginning, understood as a period of major and significant technological, socio-economic and social changes collectively. With the advances obtained from the creation of the multi-bovine spinning machine, which greatly optimized textile production, […]

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Color Psychology

Color can induce moods and dictate powerful sensations. Since some centuries back, as early as the 15th century, the artists in the quest of expressing their emotions while looking to provoke their audience’s, used different pigments in their artworks. Notwithstanding, it wasn’t until the 18th century that a compendious and extensive color theory (which are […]

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Van Gogh and Japan

Japonisme is a concept used to describe the study of Japanese art and its influence on European artists. It was present in several currents, including art nouveau and post-impressionism. But this phenomenon is more closely related to Impressionism, as artists such as Claude Monet and Edgar Degas were inspired by the themes, perspective and composition […]

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