Oil Painting in a Hemisphere: 18th-century​ dress in grisaille from digital sketch
Anselm Kiefer: “My paintings change”
Dancing to Art | Tate

Dancing to Art | Tate

This picture is telling an urgent message You can see there the boat is sinking Due to the massive sea levels of climate change and global warming it reminds me about what’s happening to our planet earth it has to stop It’s got a mixture of colours I can see some circles Some of the

How to Paint Like Lowry | Tate

How to Paint Like Lowry | Tate

my name’s Kathryn an artist based in New York sure like Lowry I’m inspired by Manchester and Salford architecture which is traditionally built using red brick that has become synonymous with the two cities for me the most intriguing part of Lowry is how he captures regular people going through the ritual of daily life

The Art of Complaining – The Guerrilla Girls | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios
Angela Lima and Rosangela de Andrade Boss at Brasilea Foundation

Angela Lima and Rosangela de Andrade Boss at Brasilea Foundation

Welcome to the Brasilea Foundation, to our new exhibition with two artists from Curitiba, Rosângela de Andrade Boss and Angela Lima. This is a cooperation with the 14th Curitiba Biennial. I had the pleasure to attend the 13th biennial two years ago. For two days, the biennial’s director, Luiz Ernesto Meyer Pereira showed me around,

Waiting for Omar Gatlato: Contemporary Art from Algeria and Its Diaspora

Waiting for Omar Gatlato: Contemporary Art from Algeria and Its Diaspora

[MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Natasha Marie Llorens, and I’m the curator of this exhibition, Waiting for Omar Gatlato. The way the title works is that it asks the viewer a question. Who is Omar Gatlato? Why are we waiting for him? Where is he? Is he Algerian? There are all kinds of questions that

Artist Anne Hardy – In the Studio and on the Thames | TateShots

Artist Anne Hardy – In the Studio and on the Thames | TateShots

I construct environments that you enter into Kind of an envelope, if you like which you can then be inside To don’t have a routine to the day really, sometimes I might be sound editing sometimes I might be working with quite big physical processors downstairs I often work with new materials or try things

Why Do Corporations Buy Art?

Why Do Corporations Buy Art?

There are some obvious reasons why corporations buy art, like to decorate their walls with images other than stock photography and inspirational quotes. But in the last few decades the number of large corporations forming significant art collections has ballooned, and it’s not just because they’ve got walls to fill. What are their motivations? And