Must see!

#ArtDuringQuarantine: Spotlight on Online Opera in the time of Coronavirus

Art Critique has already shared nine ways to bring the art world to you while you’re quarantined or social distancing

‘Safety Match’: An animation helping people better understand social distancing

More times than not, art doesn’t get created simply for the sake of art. Instead it’s more likely an artist’s

The Olympic pictograms get back to their roots

As spring starts to tease us with a few warm, sunny mid-days, it’s hard not to look forward to the

Art in the time of coronavirus

Amid growing panic over the rapid spread of the coronavirus, some of Italy’s most famous museums are shuttering their doors.

Leading lights

 

Smartify bringing art to the people for free during the time of COVID-19

Visiting a museum is simply off the table for the foreseeable future for many of us around the world. Everything

+
 

Social distancing doesn’t have to mean distance from art… Here are nine ways to bring the art to you during the coronavirus pandemic

Social distancing and self-isolation have become the new norm for people around the world as the fight to cull the

+

The Olympic pictograms get back to their roots

As spring starts to tease us with a few warm, sunny mid-days, it’s hard not to look forward to the warm months of summer ahead…and the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics. The Tokyo games are significant as it’s the first

Is the art world’s #MeToo reckoning coming?

A group of Pennsylvania art institutions, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, are struggling to contain a scandal which might have lingering ramifications for the global art world. The drama escalated last month, when the New York Times shared the

Four security guards investigated in relation to Dresden Green Vault heist

It’s been over three months since Dresden’s Grünes Gewölbe, also known as the Green Vault, was broken into and robbed of dozens of pieces of priceless jewelry. The heist is the largest such robbery since World War II and investigations

La Biennale Architettura 2020 postponed due to coronavirus

As the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has continued to spread, people around the globe have taken precautions to help lessen its reach. In its wake, a number of museums and exhibitions have been left shuttered as the pressure of the pandemic

The Google Doodle, then and now

When you head out on vacation, one of the most exciting things is setting your out of office reply. That simple note that lets everyone know you’re probably having a great time on a Tuesday while everyone else is working.

Sotheby’s nears $1 billion in private sales during 2019

For the second year running, Sotheby’s has hovered around the $1 billion mark in private sales. While the auction house isn’t a stranger to making billions, it’s usually for their major auctions that can bring in millions in a given

Painting by Artemisia Gentileschi won’t make National Gallery show, but you can still see it

A forthcoming exhibition of works by Artemisia Gentileschi will further solidify her place among the (male) greats in the art historical cannon. The well-known and loved 17th century baroque artist has recently become a more recognised star, but her presence

Rare two-sided painting by Aubrey Beardsley on display in Tate Britain exhibition

Aubrey Beardsley is best-known for his black and white, often erotic, illustrations that shocked the masses in the late 1800s. An upcoming exhibition of his works will include his only attempt at oil painting called Caprice (c. 1894) and a

A Lesson on the Camera Obscura

Purpose of this lesson: The camera obscura is an integral part to understanding how modern day photography developed and how some artists worked. However, it’s a pretty confusing concept if you’ve never really looked into the mechanics of how one