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We dedicate today's inspirational article to visual artist Jacob Dahlgren. He is an artist from Stockholm (Sweden) who realizes artistic installations with elements of daily life, such as cans, dumbbells, clothes hangers, striped dressing rooms, coffee mugs, spools of thread,

This week we are going to do a review of the best interiors of David Hockney's works. Almost 80 years old, David Hockney is one of the most "tachyon" live artists. His taste for furniture and colors are reflected in

Gustav Klimt is one of the most recognized modern artists of the 20th century. And as behind every great artist, there is a muse that inspires him. This is the case of Emilie Flöge, a Viennese dressmaker of the early twentieth century

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of Edward Hopper, the British agency Verve Search has made a series of animated gifs that give life to Hopper's paintings with subtle movements like flashing lights, or the smoke

We have selected Beyoncé's "Formation" as the best music video of 2016. We love how she presents a tremendously expressive conversation about race, class, gender and culture in general. The direction of art and the sets are impeccable, the direction

Artist Peter Kogler transforms ordinary galleries, transit centers, and lobbies into amazing hallucinatory experiences. For over 30 years, the Austrian artist has been interacting in the architecture and new media to construct immersive environments and sculptural elements that redefine physical spaces.

Phaidon has published a new book about Stephen Shore who chronicled his time photographing at The Factory in the mid-sixties. Stephen Shore began photographing Andy Warhol’s Factory in 1965, when he was just 17, offering an insight into one of the most compelling