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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 06 November 2017 The Artwork of the Month: November 2017
Conserved and exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Theseus on the Minotaur is certainly one of the most famous works made by Venetian sculptor Antonio Canova. Commissioned by the Venetian ambassador in Rome, Gerolamo Zulian, it was built between 1781 and 1783. The artist worked sculpture alone without external aid. It found its current position in 1962. The mythologi...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 01 May 2017 The Artwork of the Month - May 2017
The month of May leads us to explore a very controversial artwork: we are talking about Artist's Shit, a work that has made a lot of talk in the art world, produced by Italian Piero Manzoni. In a time when the differet, the controversial, and what is generally debated is no longer a taboo, Artist's Shit falls perfectly in the moment and context (let's not forget, moreover, also ...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 21 April 2017 The most beautiful in the world
Paris, and France in general, like other places in the Old Continent, have been targeting by ignominious gestures for more than two years, trying to discourage people, terrorizing them, crippling their daily lives. But the best way to silence terror is to live the daily things. Paris, the most beautiful city in the world, deserves light, life, joy. Here is a photo gallery of some glitte...
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Published by Oddblip 04 March 2016 Magical Lantern Festival
The Magical Lantern Festival is visually spectacular, an artistic installation of beautifully sculpted life-size and giant lanterns designed in various forms from animals and birds to buildings and abstract lantern designs of all shapes and sizes. For the first time the Magical Lantern Festival has come to Chiswick House Gardens in London with 50 giant artistic lantern installations. Be...
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Published by Luca Trovò 11 September 2015 Expressive Realism
The Serpentine Sackler Gallery is probably hosting one of the most expressive artists’ works – the creations by the American artist Duane Hanson. During his career, he managed to give life to polyester resin sculptures, which represent the American working class in a way never experienced before. Hanson is at times associated with the Pop Art, although his works convey deeper...
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Published by Oddblip 08 August 2015 Ai Weiwei at the RA
In September Ai Weiwei, one of China’s most influential artists, will take over the Royal Academy Main Galleries with unforgettable, powerful work.  Ai became widely known in Britain after his sunflower seeds installation in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in 2010 but this will be the first major institutional survey of his work ever held in the UK and it will bridge over two de...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 05 August 2015 The Pieta Rondanini
Open since May 2nd 2015, the museum of the Pieta Rondanini, at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan, was simply besieged by a large number of visitors, from day one. The marble sculpture is thought to be the last work by Michelangelo Buonarroti, who apparently worked there until a few days before his death, when, despite being in his eighties, he showed last time his genius and his vision. I...
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Published by Alfio Sesto 10 August 2014 Charles Ray and the Sculpture, nowadays
From 15.06 to 28.09.2014, 'Charles Ray: Sculptures 1997-2014' is the on-going exhibition of a collection of Ray's artworks at the Kunstmuseum and Museum für Gegenwartskunst of Basel.  The 'silent memento mori' of a wreaked and crashed car in fiberglass seems to remind: ''Beware, tender offspring of the re-born world...'' Nevertheless, a dismis...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 23 July 2014 H-Factor, Human Form matters
The contemporary sculpture, especially concerning the human body, still results not completely understood, if not among experts and fans. To admire and try to understand what hides behind a marble smile or an abstract look, the Exposure The Human Factor: The Figure in the Contemporary Sculpture, at the Hayward Gallery (Southbank Centre), could be what's right for you . The exhibition fo...
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Published by Lorenzo Paci 16 June 2014 Max Mara Art Prize for Women
Artist Corin Sworn is the winner of the prestigious Max Mara Art Prize for Women 2013-2015.   The Max Mara Art Prize for Women in collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery celebrates the aesthetic and intellectual contribution that women artists bring to the contemporary art scene. The unique initiative set up to promote and nurture female artists based in the United Ki...
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