Tag Archives: Art movements from 1900-1945

The Beautiful Genre of Environmental Art

Environmental Art is a new trending form of Art. We all know that it takes a special kind of creative sensibility to create great art. However, it takes a different type entirely to incorporate a concept with the natural world itself. From indoor installations to using the great outdoors itself as a set-piece, the concept of […]

Celebrate Frida Kahlo’s Birthday: Between Art, Revolution, and Culture

Celebrate Frida Kahlo

Celebrate Frida Kahlo’s Birthday July is the time of the year to celebrate Frida Kahlo’s birthday. “A female Che Guevara”, is how reporter Stephanie Mencimer describes the iconic Mexican female artist, Frida Kahlo. Mencimer compares Kahlo’s icon status to that of the Argentine Marxist Revolutionary, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. However, more than sharing the status of […]

Being Modern: MoMA in Paris – Art Exhibition in Fondation Louis Vuitton.

MoMA In Paris

The Evolution of the MoMA’s collection over the years Extending through the four-floored, iconic building of the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris designed by the architect Frank Gehry, is the unprecedented exhibition of over 200 artworks delineating the MoMA’s history of collecting modern and contemporary art. The Being Modern: MoMA in Paris exhibition hosted at […]

Mondrian’s 100 year legacy

Mondrian art, 100 year legacy

Mondrian Art lasting influence Two years ago, the 1929 piece called Composition 3, with Red, Blue, Yellow and Black, was sold to a buyer for over twice its estimate. This iconic image is fully representative of Mondrian’s style, one that has been imitated and utilized for over a generation and still, today, reminds us fully […]