Art History, Artists, Expressionism, Painters

Silly Woman by Anita Malfatti

Silly Woman, in Portuguese A boba is a painting by Brazilian Modernist painter Anita Malfatti; this title has also been translated as The idiot or The fool. This painting is from the MAC Museum collection (Contemporary Art Museum of the University of São Paulo) and it is part of the works shown in what was probably… Continue reading Silly Woman by Anita Malfatti

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Art History, Artists, Cinema, Film Director

La Fée aux Choux by Alice Guy

La Fée aux Choux or The Fairy of the Cabbages in English, is the first film of film director Alice Guy. And one of the earliest narrative films of fiction. Historical facts According to may film historians La Fée aux Choux was made in April of 1896, probably it was made before the first fiction film… Continue reading La Fée aux Choux by Alice Guy

Art History, Artists

I wish your wish by Rivane Neuenschwander

Last week, visiting an art exhibition I had the opportunity to see an art installation called I wish your wish by the Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander. When I entered the installation I felt immediately transported to my homeland, and so many memories came. And immediately I wished to tell you about this beautiful work. The… Continue reading I wish your wish by Rivane Neuenschwander

Art History, Artists, On this day..., Painters

On this day… was born Georgia O’Keeffe

Georgia O’Keeffe was an American artist. She is considered the mother of American Modernism and one of the most significant artists of 20th century. She is best known for her paintings of flowers, skulls and New Mexico landscapes. She was a legend at the beginning of the 1920s, known for her independent spirit and female… Continue reading On this day… was born Georgia O’Keeffe

Art History, Artists, Sculptors

Maman by Louise Bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois was a French-American artist. Even though her work includes painting, performance, drawing and engraving she is best known for her sculpture and installation art. In her sculptures she used different materials as wood, bronze, latex or marble; they could be whether intimate or monumental. Her work is very personal and with frequent references to… Continue reading Maman by Louise Bourgeois