Immersive Realism: The Underwater Art of Reisha Perlmutter

June 21, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Reisha Perlmutter is a contemporary American artist known for her realistic depictions of naked women in or under water. Her childhood spent close to the sea had a significant influence on her work.

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Anna Bocek: Breathing Life and Drama into Art with Theatre

June 24, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Anna Bocek, a prominent artist hailing from Poland, was born in 1973. Renowned for her unique approach to art, Bocek often chooses a bright monochromatic background on which she paints a contrasting image, filled with intrinsic dynamics and personal drama - much like the scenes of a theatre, heightened and a tad more vivid than everyday reality.

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Heather Hansen: Dancing Her Way into Art

June 25, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Heather Hansen is a remarkable artist from New Orleans who doesn't just paint; she dances her way into art, clutching a piece of charcoal in each hand, transferring her kinetic energy onto the canvas. While Heather mostly creates art in her studio, she occasionally holds public performances where she crafts her masterpieces.

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Sheryl Kelley: Blending Masculine Power and Feminine Grace in Vintage Car Art

July 1, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

American artist Sheryl Kelley exclusively paints vintage cars. For Kelley, her love for automobiles is primarily a deep instinctive attraction to their form, rather than a fondness for the roar of engines.

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Dennis Wojtkiewicz: A Symphony of Fruits and Flowers in Art

July 5, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

In the world of contemporary art, few can rival the proficiency and dedication of Bowling Green-based artist, Dennis Wojtkiewicz. His specialty? A unique focus on fruits, flowers, and berries, meticulously painted to reflect their essence and subtleties.

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Lindsey Kustusch: Capturing the Spirit of San Francisco Through Art

July 6, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Drawing on the inspiration of more than 15 years living in San Francisco, American artist Lindsey Kustusch masterfully captures the spirit and energy of urban life in her artworks. Her unique approach to painting—beginning with an abstract background and then layering it with her own handcrafted knives, brushes, and scrapers—gives her work a distinctive character and intensity.

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Intriguing Art on Antique Pages: Discover the Works of Australian Artist, Loui Jover"

July 9, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Renowned Australian artist Loui Jover has been turning heads in the art world with his fascinating technique of painting on the pages of old books. Utilizing a combination of inks and gouache, Jover creates striking imagery on a vintage backdrop, turning each piece into a captivating work of art.

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Lindsay Gazel: The Rising Star in Food Design

July 20, 2023 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

Food design has gained a new competitor - Lindsay Gazel, a pastry chef who has taken the art of cookie-baking to a whole new level. Gazel creates unique, intricately designed cookies for events hosted by big-name brands like Sporty&Rich, Dries Van Noten, Arc’teryx, J.Crew, Vans, Birkenstock, New Balance, Aime Leon Dore, Stussy, Sunnei, and even for the renowned podcast 'How Long Gone'.

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Pascal Campion: A Unique Blend of Art and Storytelling

July 24, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The art world is filled with unique voices and talents, each weaving their distinct narratives. One such talent is Pascal Campion, a Franco-American artist-illustrator whose creative journey has covered an impressive spectrum - from conceptual design to visual development for art films and TV shows, and creating commercial animation for clients such as Chevron and Disney.

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Reviving Klimt's Lost Masterpieces through AI: A Collaboration between Google Art & Culture and Belvedere Museum

Aug. 7, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

In an incredible application of artificial intelligence, Google Art & Culture, in collaboration with Vienna's Belvedere Museum, has breathed life back into the black-and-white photographs of Gustav Klimt's lost masterpieces. Through a specially designed neural network, the project has colourised the pictures of the missing artwork based on the artist's style.

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Salvatore Ferragamo's FW23 Campaign: A Fusion of Fashion and Renaissance Art under Maximilian Davis

Aug. 14, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Maximilian Davis's vision for the Ferragamo FW23 campaign is a breathtaking melding of art and fashion. Collaborating with Florence's Uffizi Gallery, Davis has managed to incorporate masterpieces into the advertisement, including Vasari's "Portrait of Alessandro Medici," providing a backdrop for model Vittoria Ceretti. Photographer Tyler Mitchell was behind the camera, capturing the blend of Renaissance elegance and Ferragamo's modern designs.

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Vanishing Legacy: The Unique Soviet Mosaics

Aug. 15, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

In the heart of the former Soviet Union, colossal art pieces adorning building facades and metro stations whisper tales of a bygone era. These are the Soviet mosaics, monumental artworks that once shimmered with pride, illustrating the ethos and ideals of a powerful nation.

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Milan's Hidden Gem: Albergo Diurno Venezia Set to Transform into the National Museum of Digital Art

Aug. 22, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Situated beneath Piazza Guglielmo Oberdan in Milan, the Albergo Duirno Venezia remains one of the city's clandestine design marvels. Conceived by the esteemed Piero Portaluppi in the iconic art deco style, the spa center officially opened its doors in January 1926. Spanning an impressive 1,200 square meters, the venue housed 30 bathhouses, varying from basic setups to lavish suites, alongside essential amenities such as a barbershop, manicure and pedicure stations, a shoe-cleaning kiosk, a newsstand, a bank, a post office, and much more.

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Dior Unveils Stunning Installation Celebrating Lady Dior Bag at Frieze Seoul

Sept. 4, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

As the Frieze Seoul Art Fair gets underway, Dior has unveiled a remarkable installation that pays tribute to their iconic Lady Dior bag. Located next to the luxury brand's concept store in Seoul’s bustling Sinsa-dong district, the installation will be available for public viewing until September 17.

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Annie Leibovitz's Breathtaking October Shoot for Vogue China: A Living Room Masterpiece in Every Frame

Sept. 8, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Good morning, fashion and art aficionados! Brace yourselves—Annie Leibovitz has delivered yet another captivating collection of photographs for Vogue China's October issue. Each frame? An indisputable masterpiece that belongs not just in a fashion magazine but perhaps even on the revered walls of an art gallery.

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Perini Navi Launches S/Y Art Explorer with a Unique Onboard Exhibition

Sept. 12, 2023 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

Perini Navi, a shipyard belonging to The Italian Sea Group, has announced the launch of its first sailing catamaran, the S/Y Art Explorer. Slated for presentation at the Monaco Yacht Show later this September, the vessel is already making headlines for an exceptional reason: it's set to embark on a two-year tour with an onboard art exhibition.

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Viviane Sassen: Blending Fashion and Art through Geometry and Abstraction

Nov. 10, 2023 in Photography & Visuals by Charlotte Sinclair

Viviane Sassen, a renowned Dutch artist born in 1972, resides in Amsterdam and has made significant contributions to both the fashion and fine art photography worlds. Her work is distinguished by the use of geometric shapes, frequently abstracting human bodies, showcasing a unique artistic vision that blends personal, editorial, and commercial elements.

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Ernie Barnes: Celebrating the Vibrant Life of African Americans Through Art

Feb. 1, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The art world continues to celebrate the remarkable contributions of Ernie Barnes, an American artist whose work vividly captures the essence and vibrancy of African American life. Known for his unique style of elongated characters, Barnes' paintings are more than mere representations; they are a dynamic celebration of culture, movement, and emotion.

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Andrew Valko: Master of Hyperrealism Unveils New Collection

March 3, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Renowned for his strikingly lifelike paintings, artist Andrew Valko has once again captured the attention of the art world with the unveiling of his latest collection. Valko, a master of hyperrealism, continues to explore the themes of isolation, communication, and the impact of technology in contemporary society through his meticulous artworks.

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Kunstsilo Museum Opens in Kristiansand: A New Cultural Landmark

May 2, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Kristiansand to Welcome the Kunstsilo Museum, A New Haven for Nordic Art

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