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

Architecture of the future: Warning, your house will soon be a monument

SBeauty – and its opposite, which is empirically diagnosed far more frequently – is, according to Immanuel Kant, not only a subjectively justified sensation, but … Read more

Berlin painter Eduard Gaertner: When Prussia really shone

Berlin, in the pre-March summer. Unter den Linden, in the late afternoon. The sun is already low, its still warm rays graze the boulevard with … Read more

Sean Connery: The Actor We Loved

WAs Sean Connerys has so far saved Bond from being disgraced by the culture of eradication for sexism, contempt for women and sadism, it is … Read more

Jackson Pollock is toxic: museums sell men’s art

Jackson Pollock is the most important American artist of the 20th century. Art history can name many reasons for this. History of style: Pollock finally … Read more