This work belongs to the period of Abstract Expressionism, but while Abstract Expressionism was happening in the US, in Europe there was a similar version of it called Art Informel. This movement was the one Carla Accardi joined since the beginning of her career, even though she integrated it with her personal view on art […]
#PaulaRego is painting images that seem to be coming out of #childrenbooks, but the truth is much creepier..
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Joan Mitchell is one of the few women artists that got recognized as such during their lives in the mid-20th century. She belongs to the Abstract Expressionism, working in a way that is very similar to Willem de Kooning or Franz Kline. Although being owned by the Centre Pompidou, this work is exhibited now at […]
This work is probably one of the most enigmatic ones in the Centre Pompidou. At least to me, it doesn’t say absolutely anything at a first glance. In reality, it contains much more: let’s examine its particularities together! First of all, Robert Smithson is not know for this kind of works, he is one of […]
When I first saw this piece at the Pompidou (Paris) it was completely obscure for me: I saw it as absolutely abstract, with no figurations at all. I chose not to look at the title first, to have a spontaneous impression of it before knowing the artist’s intentions. After some seconds, i noticed the black […]
What you see depicted here is a detail of the city of Lima, Peru. Evelyn Merino-Reyna is a photographer that uses the unique point of view of aerial photographs to catch Lima’s contrasts. Here you can see limit point between the city – which has grown exponentially over the last years, and the ocean. The […]