Location: Design Museum 224-238 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London, Greater London, W8 6AG 26 April – 15 September 2019 I had the opportunity to travel to London last weekend and I saw one of the most iconic filmmakers – Stanley Kubrick.
Inspired by photorealism, hyperrealism is a contemporary school of painting that evokes the illusion of photography. With advancements in cameras, lenses, and digital equipment, artists have been able to be far more precision-oriented in their practice, culminating in an entirely new genre of contemporary art that makes you do a double take.
I saw a movie advertised starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell and I went in blind. I did not watch the trailer, I did not read the reviews, I did however have a peek at the 8.1 rating on IMDB and I sighed happily. I was in for a good movie. “Sacred Deer” stars Colin Farrell as… Read more »
There is one painting in the Bucharest National Museum of Art which I still think about, a few months after my visit there. It’s a painting of a woman, leading a revolution.. It’s a painting of Maria Rosetti (the wife of his best friend C.A. Rosetti), wearing a folk costume. You can see the tri-color… Read more »
I went and dished out nearly £45 to see an appalling play. I’m the idiot here. I followed the raving reviews this show got and I got tempted by the beautiful Kit Harrington (Jon Snow from Game of Thrones – Jon Snoooooo) and I felt like darting out the door at the interval. The money… Read more »
There’s a monumental treat in store for visitors to the Cathedral, who’ll encounter the latest exhibition by internationally renowned sculptor Sophie Ryder. Life-sized Minotaurs and Lady Hares can be seen the Cathedral lawn and in the cloisters, a 20ft high arch formed by massive clasped hands and called The Kiss looms on the Cathedral’s North… Read more »
Santa Maria del Rosario (St. Mary of the Rosary), commonly known as I Gesuati, is an 18th-century Dominican church in the Sestiere of Dorsoduro, on the Giudecca canal in Venice, northern Italy. The classical style building has a well-lit interior and is exceptional in preserving its original layout and Rococo decoration intact. The church and… Read more »
I went to Venice this weekend and was surprised to see the artist who decorated some of the terminal paths in Gatwick airport London – Joseph Klibansky- having an exhibit at the Palazzo Franchetti in Venice! The often-perceived soothing prettiness of Klibansky’s work can be experienced as positively numbing the senses of the viewer. An image… Read more »
In 2016, a meltdown of a nuclear power plant creates a big catastrophe in Tokyo. Coppelion is what I would describe as a beautiful anime gone straight to hell. I’m not referring to the artwork here because that’s glamorous.
“Without The Jedi, There Can Be No Balance In The Force.”