It is a vision come true. Alberto Giacometti’s studio, an extension of the artist himself, has been meticulously reconstructed inside the newly opened Giacometti Institute in Paris. Here, one discovers fragile artworks in plaster and clay (some of which have never been shown to the public), furniture and the renowned murals painted by the artist, conserved in their entirety by his widow, Annette Giacometti. Continue reading Swiss Artist Giacometti’s Studio Brought to Life in Art Deco Paris Mansion
While working on al-Kabbash road in Luxor, construction workers have discovered a mysterious statue with a lion’s body and a human’s head – believed to be a second sphinx. Continue reading Second Sphinx Discovered in Luxor
MAUSA Vauban Museum is the second museum opening dedicated to street-art in France, located in the town of Neuf-Brisach (Haut-Rhin), and inaugurated on July 7, 2018. Indeed, to celebrate the 10 years of the Vauban citadel inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this exceptional place which includes more than 1000m2 of interior spaces and more than 2 kilometers of galleries has passed into the hands of famous street artists. Continue reading New Street Art Museum Opening in France
For the first time in Mexico, it will hold the authentic Comic Con, under the same brand that year after year takes place in San Diego California, which is a comic-book event that takes place during four days of summer at the Convention Center of San Diego in San Diego (California), although since its first edition in 1970 has expanded enormously for comics, also covers other elements of popular culture, especially film and video games. Continue reading Comic Con: Comics Festival Arrives In Mexico City
The Salvadoran Civil War was one of the most brutal episodes in the modern history of Central America.
My Veins Do Not End in Me at the Mistake Room brings together work from three generations of one family, providing a unique perspective on the war and the ensuing migration. Continue reading The History and Present-Day Reality of Salvadoran Art
To visit Monet’s Giverny is to walk into an Impressionist painting. Stroll the gardens and you will see how Monet’s visions of water lilies, flowers gardens and the Japanese bridge became some of the most beautiful paintings in the world. Continue reading Walk Into a Monet Painting at His Home in Giverny, France
Street art in Malaysia was frowned upon as vandalism for years but now, it is finally starting to be accepted as art. Authorities have even started to create space for artistic expression on walls like for example in the Laman Seni 7 in Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading Exploring the Fascinating Street Art World of Malaysia