Balasz Takac

Balasz Takac is alias of Vladimir Bjelicic who is actively engaged in art criticism, curatorial and artistic practice.
Ed Ruscha - I am Amazed Bernard Jacobson’s Love of the Prints in Two Magnificent Shows

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The late 1960s and 1970s saw the emergence of a great number of galleries specialized in a particular medium or tendency in cities such as New York and London. One of them was opened by Bernard Jacobson and it became an important hub for presentation and...

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Grear Patterson - Tunnel of Love_ Less is More – Minimalist Artworks For Your Wall

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The beginning of the 20th century saw artists experimenting with the inherited patterns of representation. Figuration became interpreted differently with Expressionism, while Cubism and Suprematism proposed the reduction of painterly surface and dominance of...

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Adomas Danusevicius - Magical Camp Adomas Danusevicius – Magical Camp 1

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Last on our list is the work of Lithuanian artist Adomas Danusevicius. He is best known for his representations of masculinity, which occupies him as a social and cultural phenomenon. As a matter of fact, the artist is exploring the domains of inherited...

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Holly Miller - Crash 2 Holly Miller – Crash 2

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Next up is the work of Holly Miller who is an American artist, known for her abstract paintings. By combining optical and tactile the artist creates richly textured, masterfully colored works. Miller is apparently focused on visual variations caused by...

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Robert Mangold - 8 from Attic Series II Robert Mangold – 8 from Attic Series II

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Robert Mangold is an American artist and he belongs to the first generation of Minimalism practitioners. His simplistic works function more as objects than usual paintings meaning that they function as free-standing constructions as was the case with his...

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Anton Stankowski - July Anton Stankowski – July

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German artist Anton Stankowski was a pioneer of Constructive Graphic Art and is celebrated for an outstanding graphic design aimed to illustrate processes or behaviors rather than objects. Stankowski is known for using fractal-like structures long before...

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Grear Patterson - Tunnel of Love Grear Patterson – Tunnel of Love

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The American artist Grear Patterson is known for his multimedia approach. He gained fame quickly and became an international star. His sculptures, installations, paintings, drawings, videos, and photographs crave for engagement and reflect the artist’s...

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CT - Senza Titolo CT – Senza titolo

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Following up is the work of an Italian artist CT, who is often described as the King of Italian minimalism. He is known for distinct, graphic and minimalist graffiti style. CT usually produces his works in abandoned public spaces, and some of them can be...

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Jacques Owczarek - Fukio Jacques Owczarek – Fukio

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Jacques Owczarek is a self-taught French artist best known for his futuristic animal sculptures. For more than thirty years the artist has been exploring the anatomy of animals and translates it in a specific sculptural form. His career grew thanks to...

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Tanc - Sans Titre Tanc – Sans Titre

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Next up is a graffiti artist called Tanc. His practice is largely influenced by the abstract expressionism, and so lately he mostly experiments with nuances of black, linear variations and automatic writing. Tanc is also a musician meaning that his works are...

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Eleven - The Dark Side Of The Moon Eleven – The Dark Side Of The Moon

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First on our list is the Dutch artist duo Eleven. It was founded by the brothers Liam and Noah who initially started as Tinker Brothers. Since the very start of their artistic journey they experimented with various media and techniques, and now as Eleven they...

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Portrait of ArtLap Experiencing ArtLap’s Harmony of Emotions, Textures and Colors

ArtLap is an art duo formed by the Russian self-educated artists Yulia and Dmitry Lapatin. For some time they were engaged with their commercial businesses until they realized that art is the only thing worth committing fully. The couple met five years ago in...

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Helene von Taussig - Stillleben mit Blumenkrug Female Artists of Vienna 1900-1938 in the Spotlight

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In 1971, American art historian Linda Nochlin wrote Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?, one of the crucial essays which marked the Second Wave of Feminism and problematized the lack of women within institutionalized cannons of art history. This...

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Sketch of Sigmund Freud by Salvador Dalí When Dali Met Freud, One Century Ago

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When looking closely at the artistic production made during the fruitful years of the interwar modernism, one may notice an array of references from both literature and science. That pervasion of natural and humanistic disciplines tells about how much artists...

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Pablo Picasso - Buste de femme Picasso on Paper Soon On View in Holland

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Much was written about the art of Pablo Picasso. The practice of this master spanned every possible media from painting and drawing and collage, sculpture and print – meaning that his creative impulses were unstoppable. The majority of the works Picasso...

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Andy Warhol - Two Male Heads Face to Face Diving Into Andy Warhol’s Drawing Practice

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The Prince of Pop Andy Warhol is undoubtedly one of the best-known artists on a global scale, yet certain aspects of his work were not of particular public interest as his silk screens or photographs. Such is the case with his drawings which were simple...

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Heinrich Bohler - Gustav Klimt and Emilie Floge detail Modern History’s Most Memorable Artist Muses

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Since the ancient times, muses have been inspiring not only artists but writers and scientist as well. They were considered wise divinities capable of providing, or rather guiding, a certain individual through the hardship of creative process. A muse was...

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Kiki de Montparnasse

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The first muse on our list was Alice Prin or better known as Kiki de Montparnasse. Although this outstanding figure was of humble descent, she managed to become one of the leading figures of Parisian cultural circles. During the 1920s she was the most...

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