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Art (even virtual) remains a good business. Schifano beaten at 644 thousand euros

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The universe of auction houses recorded respectable numbers in 2020 despite Covid, sometimes better than 2019. Numbers growing, unlike art galleries and museums. In a nutshell, this is the balance sheet contained in this in-depth study by Corriere della Sera published on 21 December. The artists who recorded the best results are Boetti, Schifano and […]

Vladimir Veličković: anatomy of an instant

The movement and the transience of an action fixed forever: Vladimir Veličković. Between Serbia and France Born in Belgrade (at the time Yugoslav city) in 1936, Vladimir Veličkovic graduated in Architecture from the local university. He then moved to Zagreb where, between 1962 and ’63, he worked in the atelier of the Croatian painter Krsto […]

Concetto Pozzati, from informal to pop

Son (and nephew) of art, Concept Pozzati represented a bridge between the different currents of the second half of the twentieth century, from Informal to Surrealism, up to Pop Art.

Furnish with author prints

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The interiors of each house should tell something about who lives there, highlighting his personality and passions. A collection of art multiples says a lot about who brought it together, so why not decorate your home with author prints?  

Collecting art multiples: a joy for the eyes and … the wallet

collezionare multipli d'arte

Anyone who loves art has dreamed, at least once in their life, of living surrounded by a rich collection of works. A dream that can come true: the pleasure of collecting art multiples is practically for all budgets and can even be an investment that is reevaluated over time.

Jiří Kolář: between poetry and collage

Czech by birth but Parisian by adoption Jiří Kolář was a multifaceted and multifaceted artist. Son of a baker and a seamstress, he was born in 1914 in Protivìn, in southern Bohemia. He carries out very disparate jobs (carpenter, baker, blacksmith, waiter, railway worker) but his passion for the arts never fades.

Mario Radice: the vanguard of abstraction

Painter, art critic, designer, curator, essayist: Mario Radice had a decisive role in the culture of the twentieth century and was among the first Italian abstract artists.