Archive for October 2018

A Hotspot for contemporary art in the south of France: Villa Noailles

In the South of France, a modernist villa overlooks the historic city of Hyeres, offering visitors a stunning a view over the picturesque bay and islands beyond. Art lovers will […]

It’s not you, it’s me: exploring the Barbican’s ‘Modern Couples’

Obsessional. Devoted. Progressive. Revolutionary. These are some of the adjectives the Barbican Art Gallery has given to the 40 couples represented in their exhibition, ‘Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the […]

‘Picturing Friendship’: a quick snapshot of friendships from the 1500s to 2000s

Nestled between portraits from the Tudor and Regency periods of British history, Room 16 of London’s National Portrait Gallery holds a series of images that aim to depict ideas of […]

Franz West’s exhibition at Pompidou

Franz West’s exhibition at Pompidou From September 12 to December 10, 2018, The Pompidou Centre is staging a large retrospective of the Austrian artist Franz West. While West may not […]

Deaccessioned O’Keeffe’s head to Sotheby’s auction block this November

Four years after the $44.4 million sale of Georgia O’Keeffe’s painting Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1 made history as the highest price paid for a work of art by a […]

The art of tattoo, meet the history of art

How many times have you seen an article or Instagram photo of a regrettable tattoo? Perhaps a tattoo proclaiming ‘No Ragrets’ leading to #tattooregret? In those moments when you’re grateful […]

London Design Biennale 2018 recapped

Beginning in 2016 with 37 countries, the London Design Biennale aimed to bring designers and architects together to highlight the innovative work being done, globally, to tackle ongoing and new […]