FRIDA AND DETROIT

Julia Horeftari for Art-Sheep Greetings, my brave reader. There's a city out there which has been legendary in being the home of some of the most...

Dazzling Circular Mandala Installations Made With Coloured Glass – by Chris Wood

  Artist Chris Wood likes to exploit the magic of light, and more particularly, the light that passes through glass. Working specifically with Dichroic glass...

Artist Criticizes Marina Abramović’s Performance by Sitting Naked on A Toilet

by Anna Randal Marina Abramović is no doubt one of the most influential artists of the 20th and the 21st century. And as an influential artists...

“What They See”: A Blog Captures What Famous Artworks See From Where They Are

Herakles the Archer by Émile-Antoine Bourdelle by Anna Randal Ah, artworks! Who doesn't like the connection created between themselves and an artwork on the wall or the floor....

The Ingeniously Clever, Irony Infused Collages of Joan Seed

An in-depth look and interview, with our favorite artist of the month Joan Seed is fascinated with human flaws. Flaws are a gateway to authenticity....

American Artist Who Was Imprisoned For Over 20 Years Carves His Tough Experiences On...

by Maria Sofou American artist Gil Batle spent over 20 years in Californian prisons for fraud and forgery. Batle did time in some of the...

Paul Rucker’s New Provocative Exhibition Hits America’s Racism In The Face

by Maria Sofou Texts, a video, quilts, textiles and installations compose Paul Rucker's latest, provocative exhibition, called Rewind, in Baltimore Museum of Art. The artist's plural...

Jan Fabre’s Bizarre Marble Sculptures Of Human Brains

For more than thirty-five years, Jan Fabre (1958, Antwerp) has played a significant role as a visual artist, theater maker, and author. His innovative...

Wooden Cube Fills Room With Stunning Shadow Art

Pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha’s Intersections uses a 6.5ft laser-cut wooden cube to cast amazing shadow art in the room which holds it —...

Touching The Prado: An Exhibition For Visually Impaired People

https://vimeo.com/121592169   Hoy toca el Prado (Touching the Prado) is an exhibition that gives the opportunity to visually impaired people to enjoy the works of masters...

Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto

A pioneering contemporary artist, Tokyo-born Motoi Yamamoto carves monumental two dimensional sculptures of entire oceans, shattered planets, typhoons, mountain ranges, fractured staircases and vast...

Art-Sheep Features: Giant Candy Sculptures by Nicola Freeman

Agape Charmani for Art-Sheep Nicola Freeman is the type of artist who would dare to do something anybody could think of, but would never had the guts to...

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