The Limitless Forms of Black & White Art

Black and white; A timeless, chic, and sophisticated style in any art form. Many artists have used the contrast created by these non-colours representing light and darkness for centuries.  First Major Exhibition on Black and White Art Many artists were featured in the exhibition Monochrome: Painting in Black and White at the London’s National Gallery…

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Feminist Art: A Look Into Francesca Woodman

Is our view of Francesca Woodman’s work tainted by her untimely demise? Would words like “ethereal”, “ghostly” and “haunting” still be representative of her feminist art if she hadn’t taken her own life in 1981 at the tender age of 22? Certainly, her choice of subject – her own body – forces us to view…

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Self-Portraits: 7 Artists Who Immortalized Themselves

A tried and true practice, self-portraiture has remained popular throughout history. Type in any famous artist’s name like Picasso or Emily Carr into Google and add ‘self-portrait’ to your search… You’re bound to get anywhere between one to a hundred self portraits. To highlight the popularity of the original selfie, let’s take a look at…

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5 Feminist Artists You Should Know About

Considering most major male artists had female muses, the concept of the male gaze in art is predominant. Muse art often carries erotic undertones as men portray their lovers through their work. But what about female artists? Let’s explore the flip side of the coin, and how feminist art portrays women differently. Read on to…

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