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National Pink Day, Through Art

So today is National Pink Day and everyone is busy sharing pictures of their best selves donning pink clothes and drinking frosé (I had no idea frozen rosé was a thing until last week).   140 more words

Contemporary Art

1958: Rothko / Television

Mark Rothko: No. 37/No. 19 (Slate Blue and Brown on Plum) (1958) (source)
RCA Model CTC-7 (1958)

The Colors Swell

What terrors?
surprises us out of our pleasures
Guzzling down demi-gods,
for a chance to walk down
that black opal bridge
Into the portal masterpiece; 79 more words


Dries Van Noten: Art Comes First

For Belgian designer Dries Van Noten, art always comes first. Born in a family of cloth makers, Van Noten was immersed into the fashion industry from his early days; nevertheless, he, as an individual, chose his own path full of… 263 more words

Fashion As Art

Monday inspiration with Rothko

‘Art is an adventure into an unknown world, which can be explored only by those willing to taking risks.’

Mark Rothko

The Art Room

Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko – No.3/No.13, 1949 oil on canvas. Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Abstract Expressionism

That abstract expressionism was one of the boldest, most influential international artistic movements of the twentieth century is not hard to believe. Generations later and the powerful, if controversial creativity of these vast, vibrant canvases still hangs large. 698 more words