Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mediterranean soul by the artist Joan Peix

Joan Peix is a Spanish painter who makes a fascinating interpretation of nature through his unique creations, based on the Mediterranean landscapes. This young artist, originally from Mallorca,  reflects through his artworks the essence of the peaceful Mediterranean soul, taking a further step on the superficial aesthetics of his canvases. The artist’s work is a […]

Premium gin and art: Bombay Sapphire

The premium gin brand Bombay Sapphire is an important supporter and promoter of the arts, getting involved in different art events around the globe. In 2011 Bombay Sapphire together with the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation in New York City, launched the new initiative named Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, in order to give exposure to 10 young […]

Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir: ‘Borders’ installation in Chicago

Chicago is hosting from the 8th of August to Spring 2014 a stunning public art installation by the artist Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir at Grand Park. Such project, named Borders, is composed by 26 figures arranged in 13 pairs, and is displayed in different spots around the park in order to temporarily become part of Chicago’s cityscape. This installation is […]

Shady Landscape installation in Pollença

Amparo Sard is a Spanish artist from Mallorca who is currently presenting an absolutely fascinating work inside the church of Santo Domingo in Pollença, Mallorca, from the 20th of July to the 15th of September, as part of Pollença’s Summer Festival. This renown Spanish artist (Mallorca, 1973) holds an exquisit background of solo and group […]

Edvard Munch 150 anniversary

This year, 2013, the entire art world and the country of Norway pay tribute to one of the most important modern artist, Edvard Munch. The Norwegian artist was born in December 1863 in the city of Loten, and is considered as one of the pioneers of Expressionism. Munch’s work is very well know and is […]

Gibbs Farm: A world’s premier sculpture park

Gibbs Farm, a private property at the North Island of New Zealand which territory extends to 4 km2, is an outstanding sculpture park. The owner, Alan Gibbs, bought this land named the Kaipara property in 1991, in order to establish one of the leading monumental sculpture collections in the art world. Gibbs Farm hosts second […]

Fré Ilgen: A scientific artist

Fré Ilgen is a Dutch artist who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rotterdam and a MA on Sculpture at the Painting Academy for Industrial Design in Eindhoven. His artistic career started around the 80s, and since then, the artist has been very active participating in the most important art events, exhibiting his […]

Floating museums: Art inside a boat

A new cruise concept has appeared in the travel industry with a mixed experience of unique holidays across the oceans surrounded by art inside a floating museum.  Oceania Cruises incorporates art pieces to its ships, creating luxury, exclusive and sophisticated boats that provide an elegant and refined ambience to the hosts. In October 2002 Frank […]

L. S. Lowry at Tate Britain, London

British urban scenes and industrial lanscapes are being shown in London from the 26th of June to the 20th of October. Tate Britain presents the exhibition on one of the most popular British modern artists, L. S. Lowry. Such event, Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life, is the first exhibition of this artist in London after […]

London Underground: 150th anniversary with art

This year is the 150th anniversary of the London Underground, which is the pioneer patron of public art. The Tube started working in the 19th Century as the first metropolitan underground railway. Launched in 1863 with the use wooden carriages and steam engines, it was not until 1890 that this public transport company used for the […]