In September 2022, London’s Zabludowicz Collection opened its doors to the “disorientating and darkly humorous worlds” created by the highly Continue reading
Hans Holbein’s portrait The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb (from 1521, now in the Basel Kunstmuseum) is, Continue reading
Paul Klee’s Angelus Novus design is used by Benjamin as a metaphor to describe the link between progress and catastrophe.
Grossman and the Greeks “’Everything flows, everything changes,’ said the Greek. But this is not evident from the little mounds Continue reading
In mythology, autochthones (from Ancient Greek αὐτός “self,” and χθών “soil”; i.e. “people sprung from earth itself”) are those mortals Continue reading
The recent controversy surrounding this year’s Whitney Biennial and its leading to the removal of tear gas profiteer Warren Kanders Continue reading
Todo es mentira, ya verás La poesía es la única verdad Sacar belleza de este caos es virtud – Continue reading
There is undoubtedly a variety of opinion in matters of art appreciation – someone may, for example, detest Damien Hirst’s Continue reading