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Album-cover made by artists: when art “flirts” with music

From the cover of Lady Gaga’s album, made by Jeff Koons, to the one created by Andy Warhol for The Velvet Underground. Here are some of the most beautiful music

From canvas to cinema: 3 movies about art you cannot miss!

From Turner to Pollock, from Modigliani to Vermeer, many are the artists and the masterpieces that have inspired the world of cinema. The life of a great artist or the

Banksy, the provocations of a mysterious street-artist

In 2010 Time magazine included him in the list of the most influential people around the world. And it’s surprising considering that no one really knows his identity!  It is impossible to

Marc Chagall: three souls, three loves

“Only love interests me and I am only in contact with things that revolve around love”. Dreamlike and fantastic atmospheres were conceived by a Jewish, Russian and Western soul: we

Christo and Jeanne-Claude, a large-scale love

Christo and Jeanne-Claude are a couple united by an indissoluble artistic fellowship lasted a lifetime. In art history, numerous are the couples united by an indissoluble artistic and human fellowship,

Tamara de Lempicka, namely the art of seduction

Free, traveler, trendy, progressive, eccentric, elegant and transgressive, symbol of an era and undisputed protagonist of the Art Déco movement.  A sophisticated and sensual woman, with a proud look and

Frida Kahlo, a global legend

“I am not sick. I am broken. But I am happy as long as I can paint” The worldwide success of the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo shows no signs of

The thousand identities of Cindy Sherman

Just one subject, herself, and her endless appearances: Cindy Sherman is a photographer but, above all, she is a performer. Surrounded by wigs, make-up, clothes, prostheses and objects of all

When the artist portrays himself: five famous self-portraits

The genre of the self-portrait is greatly present in art history, it is not only a way to investigate the physiognomic features, but also interiority. The act of duplicating one’s

Constantin Brâncuşi: complexity becomes elegant simplicity

“Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave”  Thanks to his poetics based on formal simplicity, and aimed at capturing the true essence of the subjects

Paul Gauguin, the savage artist thirsting for the unknown

Gauguin was a sailor and then a stockbroker, although he had always been fascinated by art. Exoticism in his veins Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin was born in Paris in 1848

Modigliani: the cautious art of a painter leading a wild life

Amedeo Modigliani created a unique style, corresponded to his idea of beauty, conceived as essential and minimalist, and mostly recognizable in the luscious and sensual female subjects usually depicted with