If your eyes smile you are beautiful!
Olga Esina, First Soloist of the Vienna State Ballet tells us about the Beauty in the life of a Primaballerina travelling between Russia and Austria, and takes us on a style walk through the charming city of Vienna.
The Klimt & Warhol exhibiton in Vienna
Art is a matter of perspective and by adjoining these two greats of the twentieth century the Belvedere Vienna highlight a stark contrast between the different approaches to sexuality existent in the society of their time.
Vienna celebrates Gustav Klimt
On the occasion of the 150th birthday of Gustav Klimt Vienna celebrates the great artist with a series of exhibitions in 2012.
Gustav Klimt co-founded the Vienna Secession movement and contibuted to the famous building as a protest against outdated concepts of art and declared a new motto: "To...
The painted oeuvre of the famous Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero ranging from his first works from the late 1950s until today is actually shown in the Kunstforum Vienna.
Botero has been astonishing the world now for more than fifty years with his opulent, "blown up" figures. His subjects...
Melancholy and Provocation
On the occasion of its tenth anniversary, the Leopold Museum, Vienna dedicates its 2011 autumn exhibition to the early oeuvre of Egon Schiele. The exhibition "Melancholy and Provocation" is based on the works created by the 20 year old artist between 1910-1914 characterized by a strong sense of melancholy...
Fashion found in Contemporary Art
These days the VIENNAFAIR 2011, an international trade fair for contemporary art with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe showed selected works from 120 galleries. Although I saw quite interesting artworks mainly from...
The Years of the Hour Blue
Jan Fabre is one of the most famous contemporary artist, theatre-maker and author from Belgium. His best-known works include Tivoli in 1990 where he convered a mansion in Mechelen entirely in ballpoint drawing. In a culmination of a trilogy of exhibitons (Antwerp 2006, the Louvre in Paris 2008) the
Frida Kahlo Retrospective
Pain, sexuality and femininity processed in images - The myth surrounding the Mexican artist has taken on global format; Frida is an icon with star character: an identification figure of Mexican culture, forerunner of the feminist movement, a brand promoted in a mega-merchandising machine, glitteringly...