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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 11 November 2015 Modigliani's Nu Couché Record!
Auction shock at Chirste's, in New York. Nu Couché, painted by the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani between 1917 and 1918, was sold in the American metropolis for $ 170.4 million. Buyer, the Chinese Liu Yiqian, won the auction resolving the dispute by telephone, and he paid an astronomical amount; it is the second most expensive painting ever, behind Les Femmes d'Alger Version &#...
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Published by Oddblip 30 May 2015 Street Art in Venice
Street Art makes its debut at the 56th Venice Biennale with the exhibition The Bridges of Graffiti, a collaborative showcase encompassing work by ten of the world's most prolific graffiti artists. The impressive line-up taking part in the project includes: Boris Tellegen, Doze Green, Eron, Futura, Mode 2, SKKI, Jayone, Todd James / REAS, Teach and Zero-T. The exhibition unites the ...
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Published by Marco De Angelis 08 January 2014 Moonshine & Co
Polish artists Sainer and Bezt, collectively known as Etam Cru, paint large scale murals of surreal and frequently humerous subjects in locations mostly around Eastern Europe. The duo traveled to the U.S. to Richmond VA this year to paint a wildly popular mural titled Moonshine at the Richmond Mural Project depicting a girl sitting inside a jar of strawberries. The piece is now ava...
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Published by Oddblip 04 December 2013 Revolutionary Art
Syrian artist Tammam Azzam has used his artistic practice to reflect on the worsening situation in his homeland. After living in Damascus during the first seven months of the revolution, Azzam was forced to leave Syria with his family to escape conscription into the army. Following the loss of his studio due to the relocation, the artist - who was previously a prolific painter - has focused on ...
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Published by Oddblip 07 November 2013 Banksy in NYC Round Up
For the whole month of October Banksy's NY residency took place in Manhattan with the aim to create a new public work of art each day which included 'Spray Art', Sculpture, Video, and Installation works. Consistently controversial, Banksy is described by some as genius and others as a vandal. Regardless of whether he is inspiring admiration or provoking outrage, h...
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Published by Oddblip 31 October 2013 Borondo, street art with a twist
Borondo, Spanish street artist class 1989, studied at the IES Margarita Salas art school in Madrid and then went on to read Art at University. In 2012 he moved to Rome for a student exchange Erasmus at the Accademia di Belle Arti.  His unusual style is characterised by a constant research of surfaces where to express his personality. As result, he has created graffiti art on improb...
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Published by Oddblip 19 April 2013 Black and white poetry
Spanish artist Hyuro was hired by Danish authorities in Copenhagen to transform a grey street wall into the nation’s longest piece of street art. Once completed, the finished work will stretch for 271 meters. She is due to start working next month. Hyuro was chosen among 140 artists in an international competition. Her winning proposal is entitled “In / between” and is de...
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Published by Domenico Olivero 16 April 2013 The Political Line
The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (aka MaM), in association with Le CENTQUATRE, is devoting a wide-ranging retrospective to American artist Keith Haring (1958-1990). The exhibition will bear witness to the importance of Haring's work, in particular its profoundly "political" content, apparent in his work throughout his career. Almost 250 pictures on canvas and tarpaulins and from subwa...
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Published by Savina Carluccio 31 July 2012 Olympic Banksy
(Adapted from an original text by Domenico Olivero) He could not miss the opportunity to target the Olympic Games. So Banksy's humorous works on the theme timely populate the streets of London, these days more than ever capital of the world. As always his iconic style strikes for its ability to conceptualise and its strong critique of our economic and cultural system.
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Published by Domenico Olivero 17 May 2012 Stitching up attention
It’s just appeared and already everyone's talking about: it’s an alleged new piece of graffiti by Banksy that appeared a few hours ago in Wood Green, north London. The small piece represents a child curled up sewing a Union Jack flags banner hung nearby. There is no confirmation of the authorship, but already in Britain, and not only there, everyone talks about. The phenomenon Banksy is defi...
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