Angie Kordic

Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editorial Manager.
Arte Laguna Prize, exhibition opening Arsenale in Venice, 2017 Apply for the Prestigious Arte Laguna Prize – Now Accepting Urban Art Too!

Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

Since 2006, the Arte Laguna Prize has been the most significant entity of its kind in Italy and beyond, creating strong relationships with institutions of culture and art and nurturing artists around the world. Over the course of the decade, participants from...

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Peeta Delivers an Amazing New Mural to a High School in Agropoli

Graffiti & Street Art |

Street art has a strong tendency to connect people, unite communities, forge partnerships. When Venetian artist Manuel Di Rita, much better known as Peeta, arrived in the Southern Italian city of Agropoli, his plan was to give life to new perspectives, ones...

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Marc Chagall's Illustrations for A mayse mit a hon; dos tsigele Marc Chagall – A mayse mit a hon; dos tsigele

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After WWI, many Jewish children were deprived of a formal education, and many devoted themselves to creating educational material for homeschooling. Marc Chagall joined this initiative by illustrating A mayse mit a hon; dos tsigele (A Story About a Rooster...

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David Hockney - Illustrations for Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm, 1969 David Hockney – Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm

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In 1969, the celebrated contemporary artist David Hockney did some beautiful etchings for Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm. Originally published in 1970, the book features weird and enchanting drawings for The Little Sea...

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Henri Matisse - Circé, from Ulysses, 1935, Henri Matisse - Polyphème, for Ulysses by James Joyce, 1934 Henri Matisse – Ulysses

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In 1935, Henri Matisse was commissioned to illustrate an edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses for subscribers to the Limited Edition Club in America. The original limited edition was a glorious leather-bound tome with 22-karat gold accents, gilt edges, moire...

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Salvador Dalí, Advice From a Caterpillar, Down the Rabbit Hole Salvador Dalí – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

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New York’s Maecenas Press-Random House published Lewis Carroll’s famous book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in 1969, illustrated by none other than the iconic artist Salvador Dalí. Featuring 12 heliogravures, one for each chapter of the book, as well...

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Andy Warhol's Illustrations for The Little Red Hen, 1958 Andy Warhol – The Little Red Hen

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Andy Warhol was making a living by working as a freelance artist during the 1950s. In 1958, he illustrated a story titled The Little Red Hen for Best of Children’s Books #15, featuring vibrant technicolor artwork, opposed to the warm pastel color schemes of...

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Aristophanes' Lysistrata, illustrated by Pablo Picasso, 1934 Pablo Picasso – Lysistrata

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In 1934, George Macey, who founded the Limited Editions Club in 1929, commissioned Pablo Picasso to illustrate a special edition of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, a Greek comedy about a woman who convinced her countrywomen to withhold sex from their husbands and...

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Aubrey Beardsley's Illustrations for Oscar Wild's Play "Salome" Aubrey Beardsley – Salome

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A pioneer of the Art Nouveau movement who forever changed the course of the graphic arts, Aubrey Beardsley was commissioned by a British magazine to create a single drawing based on the original French publication of Oscar Wilde’s play Salome. The drawing...

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Yayoi Kusama's Illustration for The Little Mermaid Yayoi Kusama – The Little Mermaid

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Hans Christian Andersen’s iconic fairy tale The Little Mermaid has received a visual makeover in 2016. This familiar story was brought to new life with beautiful drawings made by the acclaimed artist Yayoi Kusama. Employing her recognizable endlessly...

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From El Lissitzky's About Two Squares El Lissitzky – About Two Squares

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Written and illustrated as a short picture book for children, El Lissitzky’s About Two Squares is also one of the most powerful expressions of revolutionary Communism and modern art. Imagination-stretching, radically simple, and yet beautifully...

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1968 General Idea Shaped Ziggurat Painting #2, 1986 The Importance of Ziggurats – General Idea at Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Art Exhibitions |

Built in ancient Mesopotamia, a ziggurat is a type of massive stone structure resembling pyramids and featuring terraced levels. Accessible only by way of the stairways, it traditionally symbolizes a link between the gods and the human kind, although it also...

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Antonio Del Prete - 11 minutes The Union of the Past and the Modern at art box berlin

Art Exhibitions |

Even though the artistic styles of these two individuals could not be more opposite, their artworks share a similar idea – to offer us a look at the things we know all too well with a different set of eyes. Italian artist Antonio Del Prete, with his...

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Spazuk - Grasshopper Spazuk’s Paintings are On Fire at Station 16 Gallery!

Art Exhibitions |

Throughout the history of art, artists have been making it interesting by experimenting with many painting techniques – from dripping and splattering, to impasto and body printing. Take Steven Spazuk, for instance: he uses the flame of a candle or of a...

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Salvador Ginard – Alicia Painted States of Mind – Salvador Ginard at 30works

Art Exhibitions |

Throughout the history of art, portraiture has been regarded as one of the most fascinating aspects of it, as artists looked to represent the likeness, as well as the personality and even the mood of their subjects. Such is the case with Salvador Ginard, a...

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Seb Janiak An Artist, A Photographer, A Curious Mind – In Conversation with Seb Janiak

Photography |

Out of all major art forms, photography would be the youngest; but even with such relatively short history, it’s been, and still is, quite a memorable journey. This French artist and photographer certainly is a part of it all, and a man who’s been...

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SEPE - Another Brick In The Wall, 2016, detail Chapter III of 7ways2love Project Introduces New Interactive Work by Sepe!

Art Exhibitions |

There is no doubt that Barcelona is a fertile ground for artists coming from around the globe. The city’s unique spirit is inspiring, and with something happening on every corner, it’s easy to get lost in creativity, whenever your visit or stay in this...

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Kip Omolade in the Studio Hyperrealistic Portraits of Chrome Sculptures – Kip Omolade at Jonathan LeVine Projects

Art Exhibitions |

For those who mastered hyperrealistic painting, shiny and reflective surfaces are, for the most part, a real treat to depict. This might as well be the case with Kip Omolade, who we can say is now quite recognizable for his paintings of chrome masks. The...

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