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Lost Art: Field of the Cloth of Gold

One of the great frustrations of studying art history is to learn how many incredible works are lost—but many could one day be found. There are hundreds of works that were described those who saw them as wondrous, but which were only ever meant to be temporary. Well-known artists spent a disconcerting amount of time and energy on one-time-use...

In Rome, A Masterpiece Made By The Italian Artist Giuseppe Penone

A public sculpture by the Italian artist Giuseppe Penone was unveiled last week in Rome in what is being called the first permanently installed work of contemporary art in the city. The work, titled Foglie di pietra (2017), was commissioned by the luxury fashion brand Fendi and placed outside its flagship boutique. But getting the work installed required negotiations with...

In New York, Scammers Who Sold Fake Pictures of Fake Damien Hirsts Was Found

In New York court docket in advance these days Vincent Lopreto became charged with selling $400,000 worth of faux Damien Hirst prints over two years. Lopreto, who previously served time in new york nation prison for promoting solid Hirst's, pleaded no longer responsible. different guys, Marco Saverino and Paul Motta, have additionally been charged with the alleged scheme and...

Artist Figured Out How To Control Water With Her Mind

An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's brain wave-bending installations. An electroencephalogram(EEG)is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of brain. Special sensors are attached to head and hooked by wires to a computer. The computer records brain's activity on the screen. In Eunoia II, Park controls 48 pools of...

In-Camera Light Paintings by Hannu Huhtamo Sprout in the Darkness Like Alien Blooms

Utilizing a variety of light tools, Finland-based artist Hannu Huhtamo works in the dark to create these delightfully unusual light paintings. Appearing like alien flowers blooming in forests and abandoned buildings, each piece is created in-camera without the aid of Photoshop. Great Big Story recently met with Huhtamo to go behind-the-scenes and learn more about how he conceives and...

Huge Installation By Nick Cave Named “Until” Opened In the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art’s

Composed from tens of thousands of metallic wind spinners, more than 10 miles of crystals, and thousands of other traditional lawn decorations is Nick Cave's installation Until, a work which exists at two levels within the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art's (MASS MoCA) football field-sized exhibition space, Building 5. Illuminated chandeliers peek from within dense clouds of dangling crystals hung from the...

The Body of Salvador Dali Was Exhumed to Determine the Paternity of His Named Heiress

Forensics experts exhumed Salvador Dali's remains from a tomb in his Spanish hometown on Thursday, nearly three decades after his death, in order to test a fortune teller's claims that she is the only daughter of the surrealist. Working behind closed doors, they removed a slab weighing more than a tonne which covers the tomb of the artist at...

One of Toronto’s Streets Turned Into A River Of Glowing Books

Literature Vs Traffic is an ongoing project by Luzinterruptus, an anonymous group that carries out urban interventions in public spaces. For their latest installation the artistic collective turned one of Toronto’s busiest streets into a river of 10,000 glowing books, and as you can see from the pictures below, the result was pretty spectacular. The installation was part of Nuit...

“Pieta” by Michelangelo Buonarroti: fascinating story of marble sculpture with the autograph of a genius

One of the main attractions of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican is a masterpiece of world art, the sculptural composition "Pieta" (1499) carved in full size from marble by the brilliant Florentine master Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564). The history of the creation and the most interesting fate of this sculptural masterpiece will be discussed in this review. «Рietа»(1799) The interest of...

The Week in Art: SculptureCenter’s Annual LIC Block Party and MoMA PS1’s ‘Night at the Museum’

Though it may seem that Armory Week and Frieze Week get all the action, the reality is that there is never a dull moment in the New York art world. From the East Side to the West Side (and, in the summer, out on Long Island’s East End), there’s always something happening at the city’s museums, galleries, and various...

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