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    The Myth of Whiteness in Classical Sculpture

    The Myth of Whiteness in Classical Sculpture

    Greek and Roman statues were often painted, but assumptions about race and aesthetics have suppressed this truth. Now scholars are making a color correction. Mark Abbe was ambushed by color…

    10 of the Most Iconic Buildings of Modern Architecture

    10 of the Most Iconic Buildings of Modern Architecture

    Modern architecture is the school of design that prevailed since the turn of the 20th century till World War II. The horrendous war altered the kind of buildings needed in…

    A portrait of Stanley Kubrick as a young photographer: A different lens

    A portrait of Stanley Kubrick as a young photographer: A different lens

    A new book and exhibition, Through a Different Lens, celebrates the legendary filmmaker’s forgotten early beginnings as a photographer, bringing together rarely seen imagery from film sets, boxing rings and…

    The endless influence of the Bauhaus

    The endless influence of the Bauhaus

    Here in Berlin, Germany’s Bauhaus Archiv is throwing a farewell party. Next year this museum will close for renovation, and until then it’s presenting a display of ‘greatest hits’ from…

    Inside Giacometti’s studio

    Inside Giacometti’s studio

    Giacometti moved to his studio at 46 Rue Hippolyte-Maindron in Montparnasse, in December 1926. Open most of the time to friends, acquaintances and even strangers who happened to knock at the…

    Günther Uecker : Hammering Passion

    Günther Uecker : Hammering Passion

    The artist shapes the material to represent a wider reality in which the spirit dwells. In order to achieve this, is it possible to rely on a small inconspicuous object…

    The Beautiful Intersection of Art and Architecture in Renaissance Painting

    The Beautiful Intersection of Art and Architecture in Renaissance Painting

    Architecture and Painting – Two Interwoven Aesthetic Universes Renaissance theoreticians have given architecture a central place among the visual arts, but is there Renaissance art that has a clear architectural…

    Saving America’s most architecturally stunning homes

    Saving America’s most architecturally stunning homes

    On 21 February, the George Sturges house in Brentwood, California, was put on the block at Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA). It is the only example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s…

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