Picasso
With six exhibitions on display across Europe Picasso is doubtless the must-see artist for the upcoming season. For those in London, the Tate Modern will put on show paintings, sculptures and works on paper produced in his year of wonders, 1932. Picasso was a complicated, intense man who throughout his life expressed his feelings and…
Modigliani
For those who know the meaning of the French adjective, the link with Modigliani's nickname does not seem accidental. The cursed artist lived a short existence; alcohol, disease, drugs and depression were constant. His creativity mingles with his melancholy and his art expresses a deep, touching agony. Since very young he felt the need to…
Bridget Riley is still the Queen of Optical Art
Bridget Riley is on show, till the 10th of March, at David Zwirner Gallery in London displaying the works she produced in the last four years. Aged 86 she is still one of the most appreciated and expensive living British artist. She is the first woman to win the International Prize for Painting at the…
An unexpected hidden gem in the heart of Holland Park
¬†Leighton House is one of those places you will never forget because once you step inside you enter a magic world. I haven't felt the same anywhere else in London. His owner's essence, the Victorian painter Frederic Leighton, is still there. You can perceive him in every single object he collected and displayed in his…