Italian painter Marco Almaviva began his career in the late 1950s in Milan while in close contact with the artists working in the Spatialism movement, and aimed to bring art and science together to create 'new ideas of art.'
Marco Almaviva, Born in 1934 in Novi Ligure, Italy, has always explored the relationship between the artist and the canvas.
As the European location of the premier global destination for art and design education, SCAD Lacoste is now celebrating twenty years of creativity and innovation with the unveiling of Promenade de Sculptures. The enthralling, permanent installation of ten large-scale works embodies the ingenuity of ten student, alumni, and faculty artists — all elite representatives of SCAD’s talented network.
After a two-year hiatus, The Boston International Fine Art Show returned in grand style on Thursday evening with its preview gala. The fair, which runs from October 20 to 23, is being held at The Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts.
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Museum of Art opened its doors a decade ago, and now the institution is celebrating 10 years in trademark fashion: with a fall exhibition showcasing the work of 200 established and emerging artists from all over the globe.
From June 21–25, Hermann Historica GmbH will auction 4,112 lots in a series of sales spanning categories from arts, handcrafts, and antiquities to weapons, armor, and military antiques, promising something for every collector.
As museums and galleries across the country struggle to find new ways to remain relevant in our current pandemic-induced age of anxiety, Compound, a bold new showcase melding contemporary art practice, health, and wellness, along with community engagement has burst on the scene. Housed in a renovated 15,000 square foot 1930s Art Deco building in Long Beach, California, Compound is the passion project of founder and creative director Megan Tagliaferri.
In this iconic oil on canvas, a testimony to Wilfredo Lam's technical mastery, the artist depicts a polymorphic fantastical figure remnant of the artist's Afro-Cuban cultural background.
Painter Davood Roostaei has lived in many places and had many lives. His work shows the complexity of his experiences, which he has created a new artistic style to be able to fully express–Cryptorealism.