Originally created by society’s outcasts, Art Brut has now firmly found its place in the artistic domain. Here Artsper reveals the definition of Art Brut. Continue reading Definition of Art Brut
The precursor of Fauvism and the cut paper collage technique, Matisse was one of the major painters of the 20th century. Artsper reveals 10 things to know about Henri Matisse. Continue reading 10 things to know about Henri Matisse
Join us today through the streets of New York and discover the hidden part of the city, it may surprise you. Continue reading Where to find art in the streets of New York?
It’s May which means public holiday galore and hot news from the art world. Here at Artsper, we’ve curated the very best art events and exhibitions taking place this month, so take those extra days off to discover the most fascinating exhibitions going on near you! Continue reading What to Do in May?
With his rolling hills and bright landscapes, Hockney has won over our hearts forever, here are 5 key facts about one of the world’s favourite British artists. Continue reading 5 Facts About David Hockney
With the transition to the twentieth century, modern art took off. Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky, Malevitch, the Delaunay and all the others constituted a flourishing vanguard that was divided in numerous artistic currents during the first half of the century. The experiments were multiplied by painters who always ventured farther into the unknown…To immerse yourself in all the artistic movements that compose the history of modern … Continue reading The modern art movements you should know
In May, great collectors flock to New York. A great ball takes place there: evening sales of modern and contemporary art with Christie’s and Sotheby’s. Artsper and Achetezdel’art.com decrypt the event for you. Untitled (15 one dollar bills), Andy Warhol In this new kind of sport, each sale is a well-regulated social ritual seen like a round of boxing between very wealthy gentlemen. In realizing … Continue reading May Sales: Golden Week for Christie’s and Sotheby’s