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The Art Of Collecting

It’s a beautiful thing when a person’s home tells a story and draws you into their personal life. Anais Nin once said: “luxury is...

Maximalism In France

Don’t Attempt This At Home!

The French sense of taste has been forged in Paris and handed down by artists and decorators since the 17th Century. The 17th and...

Artworks Inspired By Christmas: An Artful Advent

If in Europe, ‘tis the season to cozy up in wooly knits, sip hot buttered rum, wander winter wonderlands and ice skate. If on...

Aboriginal Art

10 Things You Should Know About Aboriginal Art

Aboriginal art is the oldest form of artistic expression in the world Art cavings found in the Northern Territory’s Arnhem Land dates back at least...

The Best Virtual Exhibitions to Explore from Home

Who Said Quarantine Couldn’t Be Cultural?

THE BROAD Based in Downtown L.A., this contemporary art museum is hoping to engage with viewers at home through socially distanced conversations, poetry and musical...

Spanish Art: History In A Nutshell

“I don’t believe in accidents. There are only encounters in history. There are no accidents.” ~ Pablo Picasso From paella to Picasso, bullfighting to Basque...

Explained: Most Famous Missing Artworks Of The World, What Is Known About Them

From Nazis to Sicilian mafia, disparate groups have stolen art across the world, and across centuries. Believed to be missing for 60 years, late acclaimed...

The Impact Of Artistic Creativity On Poland

At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, Poland did not exist as a state, but was divided between Austria, Russia, and Prussia....

Ten Most Expensive Paintings Ever

Can you think of a world in which there would be discounts on works of art? It’s so unreal that I find it hard...

Swiss Architecture

Europe’s Modern Architecture Mecca

The Alpine nation has quietly collected dozens of innovative, eye-popping buildings by internationally renowned architects Art Basel, the Alps, CERN, the Red Cross Museum, the...

Jean Tinguely, 1925 – 1991

The Master of Kinetic Art and Nouveau Réalisme

One of the most important artist in the development of Kinetic art as well as Nouveau réalisme, Jean Tinguely was a Swiss sculptor widely...

10 Art Ways To Spend The Summer, Inspired By Art

Art suggests and indicates many things to a perceptive viewer. We believe it can also be the perfect ‘influencer’ when it comes to current...

Charles Baudelaire, 1821–1867

Baudelaire Remains

Strange is the fate of the poet Baudelaire: in his own time he was neither understood nor accepted, and was renowned the least. But...

Romanian contemporary art

Transition, Trauma And The Cluj Connection

For several years now, Romanian painting has been touted as the new big thing. The contemporary art world is, of course, constantly awash with...

Breaking Barriers Between Inside & Outside

When the late Geoffrey Manning Bawa entered the world of architecture, he made his mark with every design he produced. Exploring modernism and its...

Architecture in Germany

Ecological Optimisation of Buildings

Rationality and precision define German building culture. Yet with the success of ecological architecture it is also developing new emotionality and lightness In Germany, the...

Contemporary Architecture - Japan

Balancing the Radical & Logical

Visionary, poetic, and with a powerful connection to nature, contemporary Japanese architects have painted the world’s landscapes with some of the most awe-inspiring homes,...

Carnival Masks

Tradition of Venetian Carnival Masks

Every year, from February to March, Carnival in Venice is held. Hundreds of thousands visit Venice during Carnival, to admire the incredible Venetian costumes...

Japanese Contemporary Art

Creative Spin on Tradition

Japanese contemporary artists are currently creating some of the most extraordinary, thought-provoking artworks. Determined to set their own rules, these prolific inventors have transformed...

Polish Contemporary Art

Between the Media & the Body

Contemporary Art in Poland has always provoked huge controversy and extreme reactions. Often misunderstood and used by right-wing politicians to favour their radically conservative...

Centenary of the Founding of the Bauhaus

Bauhaus: When Form Follows Function

The legendary 'Staatliches Bauhaus' school of art and design (1919- 1933) celebrates the centenary of its establishment this year, and its impact is universal...

Chilean Contemporary Art

Less Obvious Language

When it comes to the global contemporary art scene, Chile doesn’t appear to be among its MVPs – at least not at first glance....

Indian Contemporary Art

From Imagination to Veracity

Indian contemporary art is really that which is produced by ‘new age’ painters for today’s vibrant and growing market. Renowned artists and those of...

Ukiyo-e graphic art presentation at the Japanese Embassy

On 22nd August 2019, a lecture and workshop about Japanese graphic art Ukiyo-e took place at the Embassy of Japan in Belgrade. The presentation about...

Contemporary Inuit Art: Beautiful & Tragic

Global warming is having a profound effect on the circumpolar world. Late ice formation and early melt are changing animal behaviour and ancestral travel...

Swiss Craftsmanship

Huge International Reputation

Despite Switzerland being one of the smallest countries in Europe, Swiss craftsmanship has a huge international reputation for high quality. Swiss craftsmanship is the...

Contemporary Portuguese Art

An Exciting Combination

Lisbon has all the ingredients needed to become Europe’s next red-hot art destination: new galleries are opening there, international dealers are setting up outposts,...

Vietnam Contemporary Art

Individual Vision of Tradition

Vietnamese art reflects a mixture of influences: Vietnamese traditional art, influences from China and influence from the French during the colonial period. Just over...

Ambassador of Italy Opens Exhibition of Alfredo Pirri

Ambassador of Italy H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio opened the exhibition "Steps" by Alfredo Pirri at the National Film Archive of Serbia. The exhibition was held...

Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art

Storytelling Pictures

Australian Aboriginal Art has been identified as the most exciting contemporary art form of the 20th Century The Australian Aboriginal art is the oldest form...

Design

Beautiful Greek Taverna Chair

America has fast-food chains. Greece has tavernas. While both offer inexpensive food (or, in the case of fast-food chains, food-like substances), their operational philosophy...

Contemporary Art: Mexico

Innovative, Vibrant & Thriving Artism

Innovative, vibrant and thriving are the words that could describe Mexican art. From pre-Columbian times through today, the art of Mexico makes quite an...

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Famous World Fashion Designer Philippe Plein visits The Serbian Company Luss Textile

Serbian company Luss Textile​ is holding talks to become a supplier to German fashion group Philipp Plein, the Serbian...

Tamara Klarić And Bogdan Stevanović: A Good Idea Inspired People To Do Good Deeds

This year, Trag Foundation is presenting the 14th VIRTUS Philanthropy Award. Last year, the VIRTUS award for individual contribution...

First Flight To The New Destination In Switzerland Air Serbia Begins Flying To Geneva

On 1 March, with the JU 470 flight carried out with an Airbus A319, Air Serbia commenced direct flights...

Mining Represents The Future Of Serbia

In a drive to increase the share of mining's contribution to the country's GDP from 1.9 to 3.5 per...

Serbia-Bulgaria Gas Interconnection Important For Whole Region

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic talked today during her working visit to the...