Felicia Tay

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Hear What Barbara Guggenheim Says Is the Next Hot Art Buy

Hear Why Barbara Guggenheim taps Jean-Michel Basquiat as one to buy…<p>For more than 25 years, important collectors have regarded Barbara Guggenheim as …

Get Lost in the Aura and Illusion of Gary Lang’s Hypnotic Paintings

At Tate Modern, Agnes Martin Continues to Elude Her Viewers

The IQ is Meaningless.

“The IQ is meaningless.”<p>That doesn’t come from me. That comes from Dr. Roger Highfield, the director of external affairs at the Science Museum in …

Albert Einstein

Exhibit explores various influences on Henri Matisse

THE influence of Arab, African and Asian art on Henri Matisse is the theme of a major collection of the French artist’s work that has gone on show in …

When There's Art On The Bus, You'll Get To Your Stop Sooner

Picture yourself standing at a bus station in Nairobi, Kenya. The unwritten rule is that none of these minibuses (shared taxis, called matatus) will leave until they have enough passengers. That can be around 20 or more people. So every matatu has a tout shouting at top volume — even banging on the …

Fernando Mastrangelo @iamfm show at Mike Weiss Gallery

PARS "Prism Vision" spray paint on wood 16" x 16" 2015 http://flatcolor.com/collections/pars-untouched-lands

Highlights From A Never-Before-Published Interview With Henri Matisse

Design Observer has published an illuminating, long-lost interview with French artist Henri Matisse. Read some highlights here.<p>In August of 1946, after the end of World War II, an art-obsessed American soldier named Jerome Seckler interviewed legendary French painter Henri Matisse. At the time, …

Van Gogh’s fading Sunflowers… and other tales of decaying art

Like people, works of art inevitably change with time. They get restored, are preserved in perfect environments by conscientious museums, and yet there is still no way to freeze a masterpiece for ever. Even the comparatively recent paintings of Vincent van Gogh were reported this week to be losing …