For the 874th anniversary of my native city I went to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. There are currently two “Italian” exhibitions. One, in
As I’m reading through Art History books of my English-language library, I’ve immersed myself into a book on Turner’s trails in North and South Wales.
Mona Lisa used to be a makeover darling for many an artist. I was caught off guard by postcards of La Gioconda in sunglasses, with
A collection of aphorisms Sketches to Portraits by Terentiy Travnik, illustrated by Darya Khanedany’an. Translated into English, Spanish and French by Julia Shuvalova and Patrick Jackson.
My December has started in a very busy atmosphere of visiting Manchester. I didn’t make it to any of Christmas markets but I once again
I recently had to comment in a discussion on one of socnets about the plausibility of the story of Noah’s Arch. The argument was that
A renowned Russian design studio run by Artemy Lebedev revisited the famous 1931 painting by Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory. Salvador Dali, The Persistence
Perhaps there is no better way to eventually visit a city than to start learning about upcoming events. So, in a hope to finally visit
Alexandre Benois’s costume design from The Art I’ve Lived With (more highlights at ABA Gallery) New York’s ABA Gallery hosts the first-ever public display of