PORCELAIN INSTALLATIONS in the Rococo Style

Japanese sculptor Katsuyo Aoki became famous thanks to porcelain installations in the Rococo style. Her works are replicas of historical forms and ideas, myths...

Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

Located in downtown Hiroshima, this house by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP has an optical facade consisting of 6,000 pure-glass blocks. https://vimeo.com/220596812 As the house is located on a...

“The Course of a Distant Empire” by Artist Jay Senetchko

Artist Jay Senetchko born in Edmonton, Alberta, Jay Senetchko now lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is a University of Alberta graduate (1997...

New Exhibition of Major Works Celebrates William Blake’s Relationship With...

Some of William Blake’s greatest works from poetry to painting are being displayed at Petworth in West Sussex this winter. The new exhibition is the...

Custom Hand-Knit Sweaters Blend Subjects into Urban Environments

Over the last four years, photographer Joseph Ford has collaborated with friend and knitter Nina Dodd to create a project that blends models into their environments rather than...

Where the Sea Meets the Sky: Paintings by Stephanie Law

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law has been painting fantastic otherworlds from early childhood, though her art career did not begin until 1998 when she graduated from...

Laura Owens’s Self-Reflective Paintings Demand Considered Attention

Painting takes time. This is the big theme of Laura Owens’s tremendous mid-career survey at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York....

Twenty Modiglianis Seized by Police in Genoa are Fake, Expert Confirms

Twenty paintings seized by Italian police last summer from an exhibition of works by Amedeo Modigliani held in Genoa are forgeries, according to Isabella...

Passage to America: Stuart Klipper’s Panoramic Portraits – in Pictures

For nearly 30 years, photographer Stuart Klipper has travelled the US, capturing the defining characteristics of its 50 states in his panoramic compositions, as...

The Return of Ulysses Review – In-The-Round Monteverdi Doesn’t Hang Together

Three years ago the Royal Opera mounted its first ever staging of Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo at the Roundhouse in north London. Sung in English and directed in-the-round...