Art

This Is What Happens When Ancient Gods Irrupt Into Our Daily Life


September 11, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

In "The Daily Life Of Gods," Alexey Kondakov brings characters from 18th and 19th-century paintings into the modern world.

Immerse Yourself In The Surrealist Artwork Of Maggie Taylor


September 10, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Through her surrealist digital photographs, artist Maggie Taylor invites you to explore your craziest dreams and put your imagination to the test.

Tamara de Lempicka: The Art Deco Baroness Who Ruled The Fascist World With Her Brush


August 30, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Tamara de Lempicka is one of the main representatives of Art Deco. However, despite the fascist tints of the movement, she managed to rule on her own terms.

Watermelons, Wild Animals, And The Night: The Paintings Of Rufino Tamayo


August 24, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Mixing Mexican motifs and avant-garde techniques, artist Rufino Tamayo created a school that made him one of the best modern artists in the world.

8 Ways To Invest Your Money in Art And Become An Art Collector At A Young Age


August 22, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Wondering how to become an art collector at a young age? There are many ways to start investing your money if you want to become one, and no, you don't have to be rich to do so.

Is Blue The Warmest Color?: How "The Unsent Project" Shows The Pigments Of Closure


August 15, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

Love and color in The Unsent Project gives you a second chance to come clean and make amends.

Thierry Noir, The Artist Who First Used The Berlin Wall As His Canvas To Defy Repression


August 14, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

For decades, the Berlin Wall was a symbol of repression and control. For artist Thierry Noir, it was the perfect canvas to ridicule the regime.

The Amazing Mexican Pulps That Shaped A Generation With Its Demonic And Monstrous Characters


August 9, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

From the 1950s until the 1970s, pulp magazines were the ultimate form of entertainment for the Mexican people. Their stories and vibrant covers were a reflexion of their anxieties and characteristic racy humor.

Yung Jake: The Artist Who Creates Emoji Portraits With Thousands of Icons


July 17, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Artist Ying Kale creates emoji portraits that explore the role the digital world plays in our current reality.

Raúl de Nieves: The Artist Filling The Streets Of New York With Mexican Colors


July 4, 2018

|Jackie Gairaud

Raúl de Nieves brings the color of Michoacan's sierra to the eclectic art world of New York City.