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Collage Art Masterpieces by Brayden Bugazzi

Collage Art Masterpieces by Brayden Bugazzi

As you know, collage is created by combining pieces of photographs, fabric, package labels, magazines, newspaper, and other materials into one composition. Many of us did collages in school, using all kinds of things we could throw together. However, collage ...

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Best Artwork by Alex Katz Presented at the Museum Brandhorst

Best Artwork by Alex Katz Presented at the Museum Brandhorst

The Museum Brandhorst in Munich holds a retrospective of Alex Katz. This American artist is one of the long-lived representatives of the contemporary art movement: in 2017, he celebrated his 90th birthday, and he is still full of energy for the production of ...

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Vivid Large Canvas Artworks by Philip Colbert

Vivid Large Canvas Artworks by Philip Colbert

The proclaimed “godson” of the pop art king Andy Warhol, Philip Colbert is an aspiring Scottish artist and designer, who has expanded the boundaries of the contemporary art. In his large canvas artworks, he mainly uses oil paints and adapts ...

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Remarkable Pieces of Art Work Presented on Instagram Last Week

Remarkable Pieces of Art Work Presented on Instagram Last Week

Let’s find out what art works posted last week on Instagram were considered the most outstanding. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, an enthusiastic artist who holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Chemistry, used the Fibonacci sequence in his interactive light installation called “Pulse ...

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Giant Leopard Slugs Invaded the Tate Britain Famous Art Gallery

Giant Leopard Slugs Invaded the Tate Britain Famous Art Gallery

The neoclassical facade of the renowned British museum turned into the basis for the bizarre art work created by talented performance artist and the Turner Prize nominee working under the pseudonym Monster Chetwynd. The eccentric artist, formerly known as Marvin ...

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Open-Air Art Gallery Installation by Bruce Munro at Montalvo

Open-Air Art Gallery Installation by Bruce Munro at Montalvo

The most wonderful time of the year, Christmas, is coming, and artists getting inspired by this magical atmosphere produce some unique art works. One of such alluring events is the open-air art gallery installation of Bruce Munro creations. The exhibition ...

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Impressively Colorful Paintings by Sylvia Rendon

Impressively Colorful Paintings by Sylvia Rendon

No one will argue with the fact that contemporary art is incredibly diverse. Encompassing a wide range of artworks in a variety of media, from silkscreen paintings by Andy Warhol to socially and politically conscious murals by Banksy, it is ...

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Large Artwork Exhibition of Andy Warhol at the Whitney Museum

Large Artwork Exhibition of Andy Warhol at the Whitney Museum

The Whitney Museum hosts the large artwork exhibition called “Andy Warhol: from A to B and back again.” Although the art of the king of pop art is regularly shown at auctions, in galleries and national expositions, such large-scale retrospectives ...

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Four Ways in Which Art Work Changes Your Life for the Better

Four Ways in Which Art Work Changes Your Life for the Better

Art is an essential part of our everyday life. However, not only is it aesthetically beneficial, but it can change the quality of our life for the better. Observing any art work even for a couple of minutes is believed ...

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The Most Wonderful Art: Icons from the Collection of Grigory Leps

The Most Wonderful Art: Icons from the Collection of Grigory Leps

It’s not a secret that antique icons have long been important collectible items highly sought-after by both connoisseurs and serious collectors of religious art. This is especially true for antique Russian icons that are often sold for tens and even ...

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