Who wants to have a forensic “art” eye?

Article: Senem Peace / Headline image: © National Gallery, London

Something great is about to happen in London this week. The National Gallery is going to teach art lovers, how to have a forensic eye. It is cool, isn’t it? The aim of this course is to make the attenders be able to distinguish art masters, just by examining their brushwork. Continue reading “Who wants to have a forensic “art” eye?”


Get ready for Skarstedt’s new gallery in London

Headline image: David Salle (b.1952), Young Krainer, 1989 acrylic and oil on canvas with two inserted panels 84 x 104 1/2 in. (213.4 x 265.4 cm.) © David Salle Courtesy of Skarstedt

Besides the New York and London galleries, Skarsteld is now getting ready for it’s new art gallery in London. The new gallery is in -8 Bennet Street, St James’s- and the opening reception is going to be in 30th September. Continue reading “Get ready for Skarstedt’s new gallery in London”

Christie’s Picasso Ceramics auction

Headline image: Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Vase gros oiseau vert (AR 453) White earthenware ceramic vase, partially engraved with coloured engobe and glaze. Height: 22.3/4 in. (57.7 cm.) Conceived in 1960 and executed in a numbered edition of 25

Article: Senem Peace

Till 28th June, collectors are going to have the opportunity to acquire Picasso Ceramics on Christie’s online auction. Continue reading “Christie’s Picasso Ceramics auction”

Basel magnetized the world of art

Headline image: Tucci Russo Studio

Article: Senem Peace

Over 4,000 artists from, presented by 286 galleries from across the world, exhibited their modern and contemporary artworks in Art Basel. Between 16-19 June, from historical masterpieces to the work of the newest generation of artists been reached to the art lovers. Continue reading “Basel magnetized the world of art”

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