Art & Culture
Unanimously acknowledged as one of the most famed artists from the 17th century, Georges de La Tour would not even exist if it had not been for the history of art. Unknown for over two centuries, he was “brought to light” by Herman Voss, a great German scholar who wrote...
With the regularity of a fine watch-making mechanism, Brafa returns mid-winter with the aim of combining the best of the art on offer in Brussels. The 133 Belgian and international galleries gathered on the site of Tour & Taxis from 26 January to 2 February compete with a thousand temptations to warm the hearts of all art lovers and to arouse the keen interest of the most discerning collectors. The beautiful, the rare and the exceptional blend harmoniously, eliciting cravings, passion or impulse purchases, while paying tribute to creativity from the earliest times to the present day
The painter from Parma wins the 6th edition of the Eccellenti Pittori-Brazzale award
It is titled Norah Borges. Una mujer en la vanguardia, it will be on until March 2020 at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires and there is something more to it than a mere anthological exhibition on a peculiar artist: these two hundred works, patiently collected by curator Sergio Baur and showcased alongside pictures, rare volumes and quotes, also hint at the cultural history of a city, at the ties between “two shores” that share the same language, but have an ocean and long-standing hatred keeping them apart
For a century, the museum at Teatro alla Scala in Milan has treasured a vast, rich collection of artworks, ancient musical instruments, china pieces, paintings, busts and prints that tell the history of performing arts over the last three hundred years
The epitome of symmetry, aesthetics and balance in itself, 2020 is gearing up for a series of back-to-back shows resonating with echoes from the past and celebrating new, forward-looking forms of art