Nadia Herzog

Nadia Herzog is a pen name of Nadja Bozovic, a freelance journalist whose interest goes from the questioning influence of different art movements, through the connection of arts and urban space, to the art activism for social change. She enjoys interviewing artists and reading all about art history, and she is truly passionate about visual arts, especially about photography, design, graphics, multimedia, and street art in all of its forms.

Top Lists | Nadia Herzog
Diego Rivera art is very popular among art collectors around the world. What do you think, what was the most expensive Rivera’s painting sold in auctions?
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Although it was sold for the price below the estimated ones, this is still the most expensively sold Diego Rivera art piece at the moment.
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One more time, one of Rivera's Vendedora de Flores paintings has found its place among the painter's most expensive paintings sold at auctions.
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With an impressive exhibition history and the provenance, the painting La Ofrenda was sold in 2005 at Sotheby’s New York for a price of $1,584,000.
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Something interesting happened with this painting. At first, it was sold in Paris for the price of $69,500. Only four years later, its value leaped off.
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His early-career painting showing the lands of the Spanish town Toledo first was sold at Christie’s New York in 1992, for the price of $1,100,000.
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Vendedora de flores en Xochimilco was sold in 2006 at the Coeur D’alene Hayden in Hayden, US. The selling price was a bit higher than estimated.
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This particular piece of art by Diego Rivera was sold in 1994 at the Christie’s New York auction house, for a price that actually doubled the first estimated value.
Graffiti & Street Art | Nadia Herzog
July 8 is the last day to support the crowdfunding campaign of the Urban Affairs Berlin 2016. Back the project up and help make the festival happen.
Exhibition Announcements | Nadia Herzog
RocketByz will present his images of neon colors at the upcoming show Glow in the Dark at the Pop Art & Street Art contemporary art gallery in Hamburg.
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It is hard to choose a few Diego Rivera murals from the plethora of his amazing works. However, here are the most famous mural paintings of this Mexican artist.
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For his mural Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, Diego Rivera was asked to remove the depicted sign that said 'God does not exist'.
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Detroit Industry is the most famous of all Diego Rivera murals. It consists of 27 fresco panels painted on the interior walls at the Detroit Institute of Art.
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Another example of the controversy caused by Diego Rivera’s communist side is his mural Man at the Crossroads, for the Rockefeller Center in New York City.
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My mural will picture the fusion of the Latin American lands and the developments of the United States, Diego Rivera wrote in 1940 when he painted the Pan American Unity.
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Diego Rivera painted his first mural in the US, The Allegory of California, at the City Club in San Francisco, for a commission of $2,500.
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Some tend to interpret this mural as an evidence of Rivera's prior knowledge of the murder of Julio Antonio Mella, allegedly by Stalinist assassin Vittorio Vidali.
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The mural Creation was painted in the Bolívar Auditorium of the National Preparatory School in Mexico City, but it wasn’t easy for Rivera to finish it.