Andrey V.

Andreja Velimirović is a passionate content writer with a knack for art and old movies. Majoring in art history, he is an expert on avant-garde modern movements and medieval church fresco decorations. Feel free to contact him via this email: andreja.velimirovic@widewalls.ch
Skin Phillips - Grandma Thrasher, 1984. Swansea How Photographers Captured the Skate Culture

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Focusing predominantly on the photographers and filmmakers who documented the underground movement, Against the Grain: Skate Culture and the Camera is an exhibition that celebrates the phenomenon of skateboarding culture. While the world of skateboarding is...

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Tea For Two Art Box Berlin Mounts the Biggest James Rizzi Exhibition in Northern Germany!

Art Exhibitions |

As usual, Art Box Berlin‘s summer exhibition is definitely one worth keeping an eye on. The gallery is hosting a presentation of James Rizzi‘s artworks, the biggest showcase of his oeuvre currently taking place in northern Germany – which is...

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Exhibition Horizontal The Best of JR, at Perrotin New York

Art Exhibitions |

Although he already had nearly 60 solo shows in various cultural capitals around the globe, New Yorkers have been asked to be really patient in their anticipation of a broad presentation of JR’s work. Luckily for them, the wait is finally over. Galerie...

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Vettriano Beach Rescue, 2005 Banksy’s Most Iconic Images Go On View, Courtesy Steve Lazarides

Art Exhibitions, Graffiti & Street Art |

This July, Banksy’s original gallerist Steve Lazarides will showcase a collection of the most iconic images by the Bristolian street artist. Coming from a number of high-profile private collections across the globe, the show will present stenciled canvases,...

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Kahlo's Self-Portrait The Importance of The Frida Kahlo Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird

Art History |

My paintings carry with them the message of pain. Short and strikingly frank, no other Frida Kahlo quote describes her Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird more succinctly than this one. In Autorretrato con Collar de Espinas, Kahlo painted a...

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Adi Nes, People looking at artists work at The Village, May 17, 2012, Sommer Contemporary Artist, Selling Time Blog Tips for Selling Art at Fairs

Collectors Tip, Gallery Advice |

Slowly but surely, art fairs have finally evolved into perfect opportunities to take your gallery to the next level[1]. Whether it be by selling art or by meeting important individuals, art fairs can drastically help you transition from local or regional...

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Roberto Guerrero - Rito de paso Where is Futbol in Contemporary Art? At Perez Art Museum Miami

Art Exhibitions |

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is currently hosting a one-of-a-kind exhibition dedicated to the eye-opening intersection of art and the most popular sport in the world — fútbol. Titled The World’s Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art, this ongoing show...

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Photo of the artist by Justin T. Gellerson Inside Amy Sherald’s First Major Solo Museum Show

Art Exhibitions |

The most recent series of paintings by Amy Sherald is the subject of the ongoing show at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Although Sherald’s work started out as highly autobiographical in nature, her portraits slowly took on a strong social...

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Hellopandasan, 2015 Hiro Ando, Japan’s Neo Pop Art Leader

Fueled by endless happenings and rich diversity only a world-class metropolis like Tokyo can offer, Hiro Ando is a Japanese artist celebrated for his unique sculptural work that is not quite like anything else currently on the market. As one of the founding...

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Untitled #567, 2016 Cindy Sherman in London as the Grand Dames of Hollywood’s Golden Age

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Once again proving that the artist’s fame is at an all-time high, Sprüth Magers is currently hosting a widely covered and highly sought-after exhibition of Cindy Sherman’s recently created series of portraits. The show features a selection of pieces...

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Lothar Baumgarten - Montaigne, Pemón, 1977-85 Leading Artists Capturing the Surrounding Landscape at Centro Botin

Art Exhibitions |

The Centro Botín is about to showcase a rich selection of works from its own Botín Foundation collection. This exhibition, titled The Reconfigured Landscape, shall feature artworks by both distinguished Spanish and international artists, all of whom started...

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Observing Art Inside the Shanghai Artists Museum How To Research an Artist Before Buying Their Art

Collectors Tip, Gallery Advice |

Whether out of ignorance or misinformation, it’s not rare to see novices purchase artworks without knowing much more than the name of the person who created it. These buyers assume that signatures alone are an adequate justification for investing in...

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The Brücke Chorus Six Decades of Georg Baselitz’s Art at The Hirshhorn

Art Exhibitions |

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is getting ready to host Baselitz: Six Decades, an exhibition that will be the artist’s first major US retrospective in the last twenty years. Since the Hirshhorn hosted Baselitz’s first-ever major...

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David Wojnarowicz - Abandoned car with globe, 1988-9 LOEWE Foundation Brings Hujar and Wojnarowicz to PhotoEspana

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Marking the organization’s 8th participation in the annual photography festival PhotoEspaña, the LOEWE Foundation prepared an extraordinary selection of photographs by two landmark American artists: Peter Hujar and David Wojnarowicz. Fairly different...

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David LaChapelle - An illuminating path, 1998, Courtesy of the American singer, David LaChapelle Exploring the Influence of Michael Jackson on Contemporary Art

Art Exhibitions |

The staff of the National Portrait Gallery in London is tirelessly setting the stage for their next landmark exhibition, one that will analyze the influence of Michael Jackson and his music on some of the leading names in contemporary art. Titled Michael...

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Lobby The 7ways2love Saga Continues with Mario Mankey!

Graffiti & Street Art |

A while ago, the #7Ways2Love art project was launched with the intriguing idea of seeing how seven different street artists would use their skills to interpret the enigmatic concept of love through painting murals in a district of Barcelona. To no one’s...

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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson - Paths of Glory, 1917 At Tate Britain, the Aftermath of Art After World War I

Art Exhibitions |

Coinciding with the one-hundredth anniversary of the World War One’s ending, Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One is an Tate Britain exhibition interested in examining the direct impact this bloody conflict had on contemporary and subsequent...

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The Problem We All Live With 75 Years of Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms. How Are They Still Relevant Today?

Art Exhibitions, Art History |

Although they are now regularly described as true cornerstones of American art, there was a time when Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms paintings were nothing more than a series of illustrations paying homage to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s...

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