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Female Nude or Naked Female?

Modigliani, Amedeo. 1917. Reclining Nude The Met

Representing female nudes in the history of art is a canonical subject matter along with landscapes, still life, portraiture and historical paintings. When thinking of iconic female nude artworks one might think of timeless masterworks like the Venetian Renaissance master Titian’s Venus of Urbino (c. 1534) or the Florentine High Renaissance Master Sandro Botticelli’s Birth […]

Musart On Decks | Real Decks, Real Art.

Ever dreamt of having a timeless masterpiece decorating the walls of your favorite room? Or ever thought possible skateboarding on an actual iconic masterwork? Musart Boutique is proud to present its original exclusive limited-edition skateboard deck collection Musart on Decks, seeking to bring the tradition of customizing boards in skateboarding subculture to the traditional world […]

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 […]

A Sneak Peek into the Underworld of Art Crimes

Art Crimes - Guernica MoMA

The United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) founded in 2004 a rapid deployment Art Crime Team (ACT). The 16 special agents are in charge of addressing art and cultural property crimes in a specific geographical area. According to FBI, Art Theft Program Manager Bonnie Magness-Gardiner, following the events of the 2003 Baghdad Iraq Museum […]

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 […]