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Contemporary Art | Artists | Exhibits

Anke Blaue vs. Mark Rothko

Llevo mucho tiempo queriendo enseñar el trabajo de Anke Blaue. Desde que me lo enseñó la galerista Marita Segovia me cautivaron los lienzos de esta pintora alemana. Los colores con los que tiñe  sus lienzos, a veces de lino, a veces de yute u otros materiales,

Playas desde otro punto de vista

El fotógrafo belga Antoine Rose nos muestra en sus fotografías su peculiar punto de vista de las playas de Miami y los Hamptons. Jugándose la vida desde un helicóptero captura las escenas de un día cualquiera al borde del mar convirtiendo la realidad en miniaturas

Gaztelur, Playas y Cuba

Espero que hayáis pasado ( o estéis pasando todavía) un verano fantástico! Han pasado varias semanas desde mi último post pero aquí estoy de nuevo, con muchas ganas de seguir publicando lo que me gusta y lo que me inspira. Empiezo este nuevo curso con

Earth’s volcano timelapse

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is

Guiseppe Arcimboldo and Philip Haas

(1527-1593) My visit to the Philip Haas installation at the Bronx Botanical Garden in New York has made me interested about the sixteenth century Italian painter. He became the portraitist of the Habsburg court but he is remembered for his unique human heads made by assembling different

Do you know Bansky?

Despite the mystery of his real idendity Bansky has become an icon in Street Art. I will show you some of his work. I hope you like it!

Animal weekend

This weekend three great artists caught my attention. The three of them have something in common: animals. Each one with his own style and technique. PETER CLARK He "paints" collages. He uses all kind of amazing papers to create shapes and movements. KAREN NICOL She is an embroidery

Donald Judd Sculptures

Donald Judd – American post-war artists who changed the face of sculpture. His monolithic structures that challenged the established forms of sculpture. He rejected the tradition of artistic expression and craftsmanship by using industrial materials such as Plexiglas, sheet metal and plywood, and from the