Art and Colonialism: The Canadian Blemish

In 1920 the “Group of Seven”, a movement of seven painters – Franklin Carmichael, Lawren Harris, Alexander Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, James E. … Read more

Pulled off in Dresden, now in New York: Baselitz presents the Metropolitan Museum with early works

art symbol of freedom Georg Baselitz presents New York with important early works Stand: 04.02.2021 | Reading time: 2 minutes Controversial painter: Georg Baselitz Source: … Read more

High-tech and old masters: when luck meets luck

In the competition between auction giants Christie’s and Sotheby’s, the older one was once again the stronger last year for a long time. The auction … Read more

Speculation with art: why such images went through the roof one day

MIn the middle of the decade a phenomenon appeared in the art world. Young artists flooded the market with predominantly formalistic visual programs. Her work … Read more

Potter George Ohr: He had his ceramics weighed in gold

George Edgar Ohr called himself “greatest art potter on earth”. You have to translate with ceramic artists, because art potters just don’t get it. In … Read more

Damien Hirst phenomenon: Dead eyes stare at you

In Animals that have been awakened from formaldehyde, shelves filled with cigarette ends or medicines, showcases teeming with vermin. Damien Hirst likes to articulate his … Read more