It’s been two years since the Greatest East Tohoku Earthquake occurred. Our lives are going on day per day quickly, we change and make new experiences…In the same way are growing up […]
There is always a first time The first time of Bello2Buono has been awesome! It has been something like coming again to life.. from an on-line born child…to the real life! […]
To what extent do the animals exposed by Hirst differ from the ones on display at the Natural History Museum? Continue reading here.
Is it widely recognized that Damien Hirst is a master in shocking people by mean of animals preserved in formaldehyde or extra-luxury pieces of art. But once you get inside his retrospective at Tate Modern, you will realize that this time Hirst’s provocations will not only shock you.
Damien Hirst’s first ever British retrospective, with a new show at London’s Tate Modern. To be continued in the future articles.
People don’t like contemporary art but all art starts life as contemporary – I can’t really see a difference. Michelangelo was definitely getting that, everybody was getting it. I’m sure there were people in caves going, ‘I like your cave but I hate that crap you’ve got on the wall’.
The garden We can’t see from the ocean – The ocean we can hear Gary Hotham White rooms covered by brash painting and spots of yellow and red flowers. A […]
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston holds currently the exhibition “Beauty as Duty: Textiles and the Home Front in WWII Britain”, in which the II World-War experience of a national […]
When I discovered the winner portrait of the Taylor Wessing Prize 2011 which has been selected over the sixty pieces of art works exposed at the National Portrait Gallery I was […]
The Totems by Alessandro Mendini are main gate for the first step into the Postmodernism exhibition now on at the V&A London Museum until the 15th of January 2012. After the gate, […]