Elena Martinique

A philosophy graduate interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.
NeSpoon, Belorado, Spain, 2019 NeSpoon

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A Polish contemporary artist, NeSpoon is on a mission to embroider the world. She is known for her unique brand of lace art could be found everywhere from Poland, Italy, Netherlands, Ireland and France to Russia, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. She...

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Evol in Stavanger Evol

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A German street artist, Evol employs multi-layered stencil techniques to transform electric enclosures, concrete planters and other familiar elements of the modern city into unique pieces of art, aiming to depict the urban lives of ordinary people. Turning...

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C215 in Paris C215

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One of the most famous stencil artists in the world, C215 is primarily known for his portraiture, as he believes that faces have a universal message that everybody will understand and be moved by. Ranging from local people and children to celebrities, all...

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Dzia in Belgium Dzia

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Another Belgian street artist, Dzia is best known for his animal murals composed of bold abstract and geometric lines. He handles the idea of the bestiary with delicacy and poetry, achieving balance with simple and abstract pictorial artifices. The artist...

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ROA in Berlin Roa

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An alias of a Belgian street artist, Roa is renowned for his monumental black and white paintings of wildlife. Ranging from rabbits, birds, rats, fish and other animals, his depictions often combine life, death, and life after death, directly reflecting...

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Okuda San Miguel in Subiaco Okuda

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One of the best known Spanish street artists, Okuda San Miguel is known for his unique iconographic language of multicolored geometric structures and patterns. In these vibrant works, rainbow geometric architectures blends with organic shapes, bodies...

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Ludo, Paris Ludo

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A Parisian born artist, Ludo connects the world of plants and animals with our technological universe and “quest for modernism”. His order of biotechnological beings that merge with plants and animals are drawn with the precision of botanical...

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Felipe Pantone, Mural Festival, Montreal Felipe Pantone

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An Argentinian-born artist, Felipe Pantone is best known for work characterized by the use of bold colors, geometrical patterns and Op Art elements. His ultra-modern aesthetic fuses bold elements of graphic design with highly evolved geometric shapes,...

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L'Atlas at Centre Pompidou L’Atlas

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The French artist L’Atlas is best known for his explorations of calligraphy and geometry that became main aspects of his art. All about lines and forms, his work is a combination of influences, ranging from Ancient Greek and Arabic calligraphy to modern...

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Mais Menos Artwork ±MaisMenos±

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Through his intervention art project titled ±MaisMenos±, the Portuguese artist Miguel Januário offers a critical reflection on the model of political, social and economic organization that manages contemporary urban societies. Holding a mirror to...

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Millo in Aveiro Listing Our Favorite Street Artists With Very Unique Practices

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Marginalized at first, street art and graffiti first appeared on the American subway in the 1970s before reaching Europe in the 1980s alongside hip hop music. With the rise of the 21st century, street art and graffiti have taken the world by storm quickly...

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Okuda, Deer head Justkids and Okuda Reveal New Installation at Park MGM

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An acclaimed Spanish street artist, Okuda San Miguel became famous for his unique iconographic language characterized by multicolored geometric structures and patterns. In these vibrant works, the artist blends rainbow geometric architectures with organic...

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The COVID-19 Impact Survey of U.S. Art Galleries COVID-19’s Impact on US Galleries is Significant, Reports ADAA

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As the world battles coronavirus, all sectors are facing a continued loss of revenue and an uncertain future. The arts and culture sector has not been left out in this crisis, which affected the non-profit arts organizations and artist-run, small and...

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Vincent van Gogh, Sunflowers (detail), 1888 . Hydro screen in Glasgow © Ocean Outdoor The National Gallery Shares its Artworks to the Streets of UK

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The National Gallery in London houses one of the greatest collections of Western European painting from the 13th to the early 20th century. Founded in 1824, from an initial purchase of 36 paintings by the British Government, its collections have since grown...

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Pablo Picasso - Les Femmes D'alger Version ‘F’, 1955 Christie’s Presents a Global 20th-Century Art Auction in 4 Cities

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In two and a half centuries, Christie’s has become the world’s leading art business, expanding its reach far beyond the company’s London headquarters and allowing clients to acquire or sell works internationally — at auction, through...

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Le Corbusier Le Corbusier Artwork With Highest Auction Prices

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When thinking of any Le Corbusier artwork, one has to remember what he wrote in 1948: There is no such thing as a “pure” sculptor, a “pure” painter, or a “pure” architect. The three-dimensional event finds its fulfillment in an artistic whole at...

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Gehry Residence, California Gehry Residence, California

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The architect’s private house, the Gehry Residence in California was built around an existing Dutch colonial-style house. It is characterized by the use of unconventional materials, such as chain-link fences and corrugated steel. The original house...

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Le Corbusier - Nature morte et figure, 1944 Nature morte et figure, 1944

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A monumental work, Nature morte et figure was painted over a number of years, 1927, 1938, and completed in 1944. It features a kaleidoscopic array of the key themes and motifs that had dominated Le Corbusier’s plastic oeuvre. Characterized by bold...

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