Are you staying at home and missing your cultural fix? Artsper is here to recommend the best art podcasts to bring the art world to wherever you are! Continue reading Art podcasts to soothe the mind
An art critic, clerk, journalist, gallerist and collector – he was a man of many talents! Here are 10 things to know about Félix Fénéon. Continue reading 10 Art films to watch while you’re at home
Artsper whittles down the must-see exhibitions to visit before the end of 2019. Paris, London and New York: we’ve got you covered. Continue reading Exhibitions to see before the end of 2019
Artsper invites you to dive into the depths of Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Although this mythical work has been immensely studied and commented on, its details continue to captivate and fascinate us. Continue reading Artwork Analysis: Starry Night by Van Gogh
From February, get immersed at the Ateliers des Lumières in Van Gogh’s magical universe. Artsper has prepared for you 10 facts about this tormented genius. Continue reading 10 Things You Should Know About Vincent Van Gogh
Whether you’re a film buff or a fresh convert, Artsper is here to make you discover your favourite 5 documentaries on art. An entertaining and educational watch! Continue reading Must-see Documentaries on Art
Art History is a tricky subject, Artsper reveals a few interesting facts on major artists. Jackson Pollock worked as a janitor in a primary school with his brother. Pablo Picasso was one of the suspects in the stealing of the Mona Lisa in 1911. He was arrested by the police and interrogated to be finally released. Madrid’s school of art expelled Salvador … Continue reading Intriguing artists: 8 interesting facts
Difficult to imagine Van Gogh without his bandage covering his face in his famous self-portrait. As you already know, this bandage covers the mark of his missing ear. The official version that Van Gogh has always declared is that he cut off his own ear with a razor during a fit. One must admit that this violent act of auto mutilation fits with the reputation … Continue reading The case of Van Gogh’s ear: is Gauguin guilty?