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Cy Twombly : American Artist

In a career that slyly subverted Abstract Expressionism, toyed briefly with Minimalism, seemed barely to acknowledge Pop Art and anticipated some of the concerns of Conceptualism, Mr. Twombly was a divisive artist almost from the start. The curator Kirk Varnedoe, on the occasion of a 1994 retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, wrote that … Continue reading

Edgar Degas, Photographer

“These days, Degas abandons himself entirely to his new passion for photography,” wrote an artist friend in autumn 1895, the moment of the great Impressionist painter’s most intense exploration of photography. (…) Degas’s photographic figure studies, portraits of friends and family, and self-portraits—especially those in which lamp-lit figures emerge from darkness—are imbued with a Symbolist … Continue reading

Portrait of Juanito Laguna – Antonio Berni

“Yo a Juanito y a Ramona los hice precisamente en collage, con materiales de rezago, porque era el entorno en que ellos vivían; y así no apelaban justamente a lo sentimentalista. Yo les puse nombre y apellido a una multitud de anónimos, desplazados, marginados niños y humilladas mujeres; y los convertí en símbolo, por una … Continue reading

Lola Mora

Lola Mora was an innovative and prolific sculptor from Salta (Argentina). She was the country’s first woman artist and she truly flourished in her field creating masterpieces such as the famous Nereids Fountain in Buenos Aires, which was criticized for its sensual nudes. This freethinking lady who was born in 1866 had a unique life. … Continue reading

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