There’s one well-known proverb we’d like to begin our post with. Like father, like son. But to make it more actual, let us make some changes. Like father, like daughter. Today we’d like to tell you more about Joanna Pousette-Dart, an American artist, known for her shaped paintings. She was born in April 1947, in … Continue reading Like father, like daughter
Alex Katz has recently introduced the world to his brand-new series of dancers’ portraits, Coca Cola Girls. Fragile and strong, gentle and independent, these dancers cannot but captivate their audience. This series as well as Dancers and Red Dancers besides Ada and many more works were brought together under one show titled Red Dancer and … Continue reading Coca Cola Girls
Several days ago, we told you about such genre of art as photorealism. If you missed it, please, check out this article, because today we’d like to drive this theme and write about hyperrealism. This art movement has developed since the early 1970s and is considered an advancement of Photorealism. What is the difference between … Continue reading Hyperrealism Or Fake Reality
Before reading this post, please, look at the pictures in this article and answer only one question: are these people photographers or artists? We believe that it would be fair to call them both artists and photographers, as they do things that seem impossible. Working in the style of photorealism, these people sometimes depict reality … Continue reading Photo? Magic? No, Photorealism!
Are you trying to follow new trends? In your opinion, is it useful to be interested in modern trends and keep pace with the times? Valerio Adami shows that it is. This true star of Italian Pop Art went a long way from figuration and abstract tendencies. As a result, the artist managed to link … Continue reading Valerio Adami: A Star Of Italian Pop Art
Are you stuck in a routine? Are your eyes longing for new places to see? Does your heart yearn for new exciting adventures? We know what can help you. Island Paintings II – Landscapes of the Pacific Northwest Coast. This is the current David Haughton’s exhibition at Gallery 110. This show comprises the artist’s new … Continue reading Explore New Islands Together With David Haughton
Do you know what is the worst in the current pandemiс? It’s the fact that numerous art galleries, theaters, museums and cinemas have been closed. Although right now there appear new ways of communication between people and art, e.g. online concerts or theater performances, they still cannot substitute offline experience. Do you agree? But taking … Continue reading Ryoji Ikeda: Data Verse
Alex Israel’s first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom is still available for visitors. If you haven’t checked it yet, do it in the near future. Entitled Always On My Mind, the show features new Self-Portraits by Alex Israel and is held at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London. That’s how the artist explains his choice of … Continue reading Alex Israel: Always On My Mind
From time to time we all have periods when we fail and things goes wrong. Life sucks. At these moments we believe that it will always be that way and there’s no way out of this... bad situation. But nothing is true and everything is possible (hi, Enter Shikari, we are here at Prabook waiting … Continue reading Can Color Save One’s Life? Sure.
There’s a non-stop controversy among adherents of analog photography and digital one. It’s obvious that both of them have their pros and cons. Although digital photos are praised for their high quality, they are quite often criticized for the lack of this special atmosphere, which is typical for analog pictures. If you’re too far from … Continue reading A Non-Stop Dispute: Analog Or Digital Photography?