Author archives: Sanja

  • Authorship in Art - The Victim of Appropriation

    Authorship in Art – The Victim of Appropriation

    What makes the art of an artist really his/hers? Nowadays it seems like everything has already been invented. There are no original, new inventions because even the smallest part of the product is made out of something already existing. Every new song has a...

  • the most renowned national museums can be found in paris, chicago, new york, london, and mexico

    Best Museums in the World for Your Bucket List

    Top Lists

    You don’t have to be an expert in architecture and design to acknowledge someone’s talent and vision. For years, the best museums in the world were places where people come to see art and enjoy its importance. However, in the last couple of decades,...

  • Being an Art Dealer, learn, career, degree, works, museum,

    Being an Art Dealer : Top Tips and Tricks

    If there is such thing as a perfect job, it is probably working as an art dealer. Just imagine constantly being surrounded by art and creativity, great ideas and interesting people, and above all, being paid for it! Art dealing is probably an ambition of...

  • Widewalls Podcast #8: Paulo Ito

    When in May last year the Brazilian born street artist Paulo Ito painted a huge mural in his hometown of Sao Paulo criticizing the World Cup, media across the world covered the story. The image depicting a starving boy in tears with a soccer ball on his plate...

  • Serpentine Sackler Gallery

    Pascale Marthine Tayou: Boomerang

    It is believed that our upbringing, place of birth, social and economic status, as well as life conditions affect the way we tend to perceive the world around us. For the Cameroon born artist Pascale Marthine Tayou, at least, this is true. Growing up in this...

  • Fabien Castanier Gallery

    Luke Newton: Off the Shelf

    Digital age we live in has, without a doubt, become one of the most common inspirations for contemporary art. Whether in a critical context or as a form of predicting the future, technological society we are part of defines us and changes our priorities, no...

  • Vertical Gallery

    Heroes and Villains at Vertical Gallery

    Even though theirroots take us back almost two hundred years ago, comics didn’t flourish until the mid-20th century, especially in the United States, western Europe and Japan (read about the current exhibition at Cell63 featuring Japanese art based on...

  • Urban Spree

    Metroidz Prints at Urban Spree

    For its first show of the year, Berlin based Urban Spree Galerie has prepared a special program! After the very successful series of hand painted variations on the Teufelsberg print last year, this contemporary art gallery focused on an artistic grassroots...

  • Artist of the Week

    Artist of the Week – Poesia

    Widewalls' artist of the week

    For years, urban art has been linked solely with the work on the streets and urban areas – the general opinion was it had no particular artistic value and it was connected to illegal actions, vandalism and marginalized groups. Now, the culture of urban art...

  • Studio D'Ars

    Giulio Vesprini at Studio D’Ars

    For the Italian artist Giulio Vesprini, simplicity is where the power lies. With the background in architecture and graphic design, the 35-year-old artist easily moves from graphic to illustration, from painting to street art, from video and photo to...

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