Angie Kordic

Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief.
Édouard Manet letter to Eugène Maus You Can Now Read Your Favorite Artists’ Letters in a New Publication

There’s just something about reading artists’ letters, because it is so much more than words – in their own (often peculiar) writing, we get an insight into their lives, personal and professional; there is an occasional scribble or an illustration;...

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Banksy™ Shredded Tee What Gross Domestic Product Can You Buy at Banksy’s New Online Store?

Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

This October is definitely proving to be the month of Banksy – first the million dollar truck that went up for auction, then the new auction record, and then the Croydon pop-up store (which was dismantled by the artist earlier this week). Speaking of...

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Ilaria Bonacossa Artissima 2019 Ilaria Bonacossa on Why Artissima 2019 is The Place To Be This November

Art Fairs |

At the realm of the Artissima International Fair of Contemporary Art since 2017, Ilaria Bonacossa is someone with quite a bit of experience in the art field; she worked at the Whitney Museum in New York and the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Torino. In...

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Filming EXHIBITION ON SCREEN Leonardo The Works Taking Art Exhibitions to the Silver Screen with Award-Winning Director Phil Grabsky

In the world of art, the year 2019 will be marked by the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death, among other things, with many exhibitions and events taking place to commemorate it. Joining in will be Leonardo: The Works, the latest documentary about the...

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Banksy - Devolved Parliament 2009 Devolved Parliament

Top Lists |

Record price for a Banksy painting set at auction tonight. Shame I didn’t still own it. This is what Banksy himself commented on the news which broke yesterday at Sotheby’s Contemporary Art auction in London – the artist’s Devolved...

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Banksy - Mona Lisa Mona Lisa

Top Lists |

Mona Lisa is of course Banksy’s interpretation of one of the most familiar faces in art’s history – only in his rendition, she is stenciled, has a target on her forehead, and is holding a rocket launcher. It is dating back to 2000, a prolific period...

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Telmo & Miel and Smug for POW! WOW! Rotterdam 2019 Street Update #181

Street update |

In the world of street and urban art, September is typically the last month which lets artists of the Northern atmosphere enjoy the weather while painting outside. Many festivals took place around the world, and we caught a glimpse of a few of them, as you...

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Interior of Banksy’s London shop. Image courtesy of Banksy Banksy Opens a Pop-Up Shop in Croydon

Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

If you’re in South London at the moment (in Croydon’s Church Street, to be more specific), please be sure to stop by a brand new store which opened on October 1. Called Gross Domestic Product, this peculiar showroom replaced an old carpet store, and is...

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Quiche Haring An Art Cookbook Like No Other – Le Corbuffet’s Esther Choi in an Interview

Art’s relationship with food has a long history, from being its subject matter to being the medium itself, to unique ways in which dinner parties have found way through among the artistic circles, and have even become works of art in their own right. For...

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Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen Why Museum Boijmans is Making World’s First Publicly Accessible Art Storage Facility

One of the gems of the city of Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen holds an impressive collection of 151,000 artworks. From the year 2021 on, all of them will be accessible to the public inside an art storage facility currently in the making. Indeed, the...

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Artissima 2019 Feel the Impulses of Desire at Artissima 2019

Art Fairs |

A total of 208 galleries from 43 countries, divided into 7 sections across 20,000 square meters of exhibition space, ready to welcome more than 55,000 visitors. These are just some of the numbers which will mark the upcoming 26th edition of Artissima, to take...

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Kiki Smith Wandering with Kiki Smith Ahead of Her Oxford Show

Art Exhibitions |

I am a Wanderer seems like a perfectly fitting title for Kiki Smith’s upcoming exhibition at Modern Art Oxford. A self-taught artist who comes from a highly creative set of parents, she describes herself as a “thing-maker”, one that gets inspired by the...

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Ardif Ardif, District 13 Art Fair’s Ambassador for 2019

Art Fairs, Graffiti & Street Art |

One of the great things about events like the District 13 International Art Fair is that, apart from seeing great artworks on booth walls, you can also meet some of the creatives behind them right on the spot. This personal touch is an important one, which is...

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Leslie Smith III - Redaction At EXPO Chicago 2019, An Abstract Dialog Hosted by Maus Contemporary That Shouldn’t Be Missed

Art Exhibitions, Art Fairs |

At the 2019 EXPO Chicago, there will be a special section dedicated to solo and two-artist presentations by young galleries. Titled EXPOSURE, it will feature a selection of emerging artists worth paying attention to, curated by the Vice President of Education...

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Blenheim Palace Maurizio Cattelan’s Gold Toilet Stolen from the Blenheim Exhibition!

Art News |

When one has established himself as the art world’s main prankster over the course of decades, it must be an interesting feeling when the tables turn and the joke is on you. The Gold Toilet by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan was reported stolen from...

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Pace Gallery, 540 West 25th Street, New York What Does the Marvelous New Space in Chelsea Mean for Pace Gallery? Marc Glimcher Explains

Art Exhibitions |

With as many as seven locations around the world and the kind of roster of artists that encompasses a great deal of the recent history of art, Pace Gallery has been one of the most important contemporary art galleries of our time. Given a program that...

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The San Francisco Mural by REVOK, REYES & STEEL used in Roberto Cavalli's graffiti-inspired line Art of the Law – How This Street Art Lawyer is Helping Rebels With(out) A Cause

Graffiti & Street Art |

Apart from all the splendid works of art hanging on the walls of famous museums, thanks to the urban art movement our whole world is turning into one big art gallery, with murals and pieces gracing facades of buildings everywhere. What started as a rebellious...

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The Last Supper by Plautilla Nelli during restoration by Rosella Lari Restorer How One Organization in Florence is Advancing Women Artists

When someone says The Last Supper, our minds naturally go to Leonardo Da Vinci and his famous masterwork. But what about the 6.4 meter long, 86.6 kilogram heavy painting made by Plautilla Nelli? It comes as no surprise that her name is generally unknown, as...

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