[Support us with a symbolic coffee! It is a huge help for us to keep up with our work!] Olafur Eliasson is an artist who is directing the Studio Olafur Eliasson, a centre of architectural research that is useful for the artist to create oustanding works of art. An example of what I just said is […]
In the Palais de Tokyo in Paris there was a very controversial exhibition until the beginning of May 2018. The main artists involved in the exhibition – called One and the Other – were Kader Attia and Jean-Jacques Lebel, but they wanted to include other artists as well as found objects with anonymous creators. I […]
The Fluxus movement is most famous to the people for the outstanding presence of Yoko Ono, known for her art and for her relationship with John Lennon. But Fluxus is much more, and it was the inspiration for many artists that came after it. Artistic and historical backgroud Fluxus was an art movement born in […]
Have you ever heard of Arte Povera? Have you ever wondered why it is not translated from Italian (it literally means “poor art”)? You will discover everything in the following paragraphs! Historical and artistic background The Arte Povera movement was born in Italy (you didn’t guess this, did you!) in 1967. Why do we have […]
Try to find the piece! Immediately surprising are the black and white details that frame the central plane of the painting. Can they be detected in the central coloured field? Is it a puzzle or are they maybe letters from an imagined alphabet that constitute a visual phrase in the middle? The CoBrA movement (created […]
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Can you stare at these work for more than 3 seconds? If you can do it without any problem, you are one in a million!
The aim of these artists was exactly to destabilize you, so accept the challenge and read the article!