Even the most sophisticated of today’s scent packaging pales in comparison to perfume creations of the past. From precious Lalique bottles to Czech glassware to ornate works from centuries ago, the art of scent is a collector’s dream.
Once in a while, I feel a punch when I first glimpse a piece of art. It means the work has struck a special chord, although I love and appreciate all kinds of art. This one by Christian Hetzel, sighted on Saatchi, did it for me. See his […]
Portrait painter Michal Lukasiewicz explores how bold “patches” of color can create a more contemporary dynamic to his classic, figurative works. Born in Poland, based in Belgium, his acrylic portraiture has been described as high Renaissance blended with Pop art.
This artist from the Czech Republic has recently emerged on the international scene. The figures that comprise the cast of Anna Hulačová’s otherworldly sculptures are inspired by religious icons, mythological gods, and folkloric beasts.
Washed Up is an environmental installation and photography project that transforms the international debris washing up on Mexico’s Caribbean coast into disquieting works.
It’s not often we get such an intimate look inside the creative process of an artist. An exhibition in London is showing the private notebooks of Joe Tilson, one of the founders of British pop art. Dating from 1970, they are exhibited with prints that prompted the entries.