Category Archives: Contemporary Art


Passion can teach you anything. As you might have noticed we have a special appreciation for self taught artists (and not only). This time we chose to share the work of Romain Langlois which is also a self-taught contemporary artist,


In 1922, Oskar Schlemmer, a professor in the Theatre of Bauhaus debuted Das Triadisches Ballett (The Triadic Ballet) in Stuttgart, Germany. Schlemmer used the human body as a medium, experimenting with pantomime and ballet with this performance, which toured Europe

Mental landscapes by ETIENNE BASTORMAGI

Mental landscapes it’s an exhibition about Beirut city. It evolves under the idea of defining a relationship of a man living in his environment. The artworks are paintings illustration and installations of imaginary thoughts of a man, especially the one

The parallel univers of Cinta Vidal

Her remarkable paintings give us the possibility to see the dimension that we want to see and at the same time that of the others. We have the possibility to choose between dimensions and have all of them at the

Rainbow installation inside the gallery of Tolledo Museum of Art

Mexican-born mixed media and installation artist Gabriel Dawe produces rainbow installations composed of thousands of multi-color threads. His most recent installation, Plexus no. 35, is exposed at the Toledo Museum of Art’s Great Gallery. The installation is contrasting the surrounding rich shades

Take a closer look to the famous images

Using complicated and precise hand-painted camouflage, Liu Bolin recreates these images with scores of human subjects as his canvas.

Tony Oursler the artist who released the moving image from the rectangle

Tony Oursler’s pioneering works with video and new media have been credited with releasing the moving image form the rectangle. Having worked with single-channel video in the late 1970s and 1980s, Oursler’s breakthrough came in 1991 when he began to