Angie Kordic

Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Are Female Artists Still Under-Represented in Britain?

Art News |

Set up in 2015 by Elisabeth Murdoch, the Freelands Foundation has an important mission – to support artists and cultural institutions. One of its best-known initiatives is the annual Freelands Award, which will provide a £100,000 funding to an...

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Julie and Jean-Jacques Darmon by Eric Minh Swenson 5 Art Gallery Opens in LA to Become a Hub for French Street Art

Graffiti & Street Art |

Right across the iconic Paul Smith building in Los Angeles’ Melrose district, a new platform for street art, particularly the one coming from France, saw the light of day. The grand opening of the 5 Art Gallery, founded by Parisian entrepreneurs and art...

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Ithell Colquhoun, Alcove 11 How The Writings of Virginia Woolf Inspired 80 Female Artists

Art Exhibitions |

Identity, domesticity, landscape. These are some of the themes tackled by one of Britain’s greatest writers, Virginia Woolf. Her books, written almost a hundred years ago, certainly carry a timeless spirit – one that can be, and is, applied to any...

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Oli-B, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018 The Crystal Ship Embellishes Dendermonde! Images of Murals by Henrik Haven

Graffiti & Street Art |

The Belgian city of Dendermonde has become 5 murals richer, thanks to The Crystal Ship makers! The esteemed street art festival employed six internationally renowned artists to use the city as canvas and create large-scale works as well as some 20 colorful...

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egon schiele Erotic Charge in the Expressionist Art of Egon Schiele

Provoke! (NSFW) |

“Erotic works of art are also sacred.” That is what Egon Schiele once said, and it is still unclear whether he also meant his own erotic works – as there is basically nothing sacred about them. Rather, they’re graphic, both aesthetically...

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Herakut Wes21 Onur Berlin Street Update #167

Street update |

Surely what’s marked the month behind us – at this moment that being May 2018 – is the Berlin Mural Festival, which brought quite a few famous names and donned some of the most remarkable artworks we’ve seen. This is why we were simply unable...

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Carla Sozzani and Helmut Newton in her Studio, Milano, 1999 Between Art and Fashion. Photographs from the Collection of Carla Sozzani in Berlin

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

There are many ways to come across the name Carla Sozzani. She is the former editor-in-chief of the Italian Elle and Vogue magazines, the sister of Franca Sozzani, a gallerist with art spaces in Milan, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and New York. She is also...

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Luigi Ghirri - Marina di Ravenna Luigi Ghirri’s Landscape of Architecture at Milan’s Triennale

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

In the period of a little less than a decade that he spent behind the lens of his camera, Luigi Ghirri donned some of the most remarkable examples of documentary photography. His work in the fields of architecture and landscape photography is widely...

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Niels Shoe Meulman. Credit Magic City Munich Calligraffiti Ten Years On, with Niels Shoe Meulman

Graffiti & Street Art |

It was a bit more than a decade ago when the world first heard the term “calligraffiti”, which came to describe a writing style in art – one that combines calligraphy and graffiti. The street art connoisseurs among you will also remember an...

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The set of 6 Special Stamps for the Royal Academy of Arts' 250th anniversary 6 Artists Design Stamps to Celebrate 250 Years of the Royal Academy!

Art News |

What if we told you that you could own an artwork by the likes of Grayson Perry or Tracey Emin for less than a dollar? The Royal Academy of Arts in London is marking its 250th anniversary this year, by partnering up with the Royal Mail and 6 prominent British...

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Amedeo Modigliani - Nu couché (sur le côté gauche), 1917 The New York Auctions May 2018 Giga-Week – New Records without a Big Bang

Art Market |

Following the just-finished giga week in New York, the first of two major ones filled with art auctions every year, we have to ask – after Salvator Mundi, can anything satisfy us anymore? Reports are coming in regarding the sales of artworks across the...

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Zackary Drucker 10 Transgender Art Creatives Whose Work You Should Follow

Top Lists |

Throughout its history, art has proven to be a mighty tool of expression and has been giving voice to individuals and communities across our planet. It helped and continues to help many fights for equality and tolerance – think of the powerful feminist...

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Adi Nes - David and Jonathan, from the series Biblical Stories, 2006 LGBT and Photography – The Inexhaustible Fight for Equality

Photography |

Art has had a really simple task throughout history of human kind – to express the artist, evolve aesthetics and to celebrate the freedom of the artists’ mind. It is based upon pure emotion translated into the world through diverse mediums –...

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Ardif at Urban Art Fair Paris 2018, courtesy Widewalls When Fauna Meets Technology – Ardif’s Incredible Mechanimals

Graffiti & Street Art |

When walking the streets of Paris, one could easily get lost, among old cafes, endless shop windows and, oh, art – in galleries, museums, but also on buildings, traffic poles, alley pavements. In fact, the next time you take a stroll in the French...

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Martin Creed - Work No. 1357, MOTHERS, 2012. Image by Daniel X. O'Neil 10 Contemporary Artworks for Mother’s Day

Top Lists |

This May 13th, the world celebrates Mother’s Day, honoring the most important woman figure in our lives, but also maternal bonds, motherhood and the influence of mothers in society. Mother’s Day should be every day – we should never stop cherishing...

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Gustav Klimt - Hope, II, Google Art Project The Beauty of Pregnancy in Art from Modernism till Now

Top Lists |

While the imagery of women and children is greatly depicted throughout history of art, pregnancy is much more of a rare sight. Some blame the canons of classical art, which did not see a woman’s body bearing a child fit in, while others call out the...

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“One Week with 1UP" installation view at Urban Spree Galerie, 2018 Martha Cooper Spent One Week with 1UP. Here is a Book and a Show About It

Art Exhibitions, Graffiti & Street Art, Photography |

You might know the 1UP, or the One United Power, as a bunch of Berlin-based people known for leaving their trademark tag all over the place. Their work, however, lives mostly on the street; in 2014, the first ever, and the only exhibition until now dedicated...

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Kool Koor [spek-trəm] at Galerie Martine Ehmer, 2018, courtesy the artist A Continuous Motion within the Color Spectrum – Kool Koor at Galerie Martine Ehmer

Art Exhibitions |

It is a scientific fact that the human eye can see color within certain wavelengths – from some 400 nm to 700 nm, to be more precise. Because of this, we call it visible light, or visible spectrum. Colors of light that correspond to narrow wavelength...

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