Thursday, 31 March 2016

Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Monday, 28 March 2016

Secret behind Chris Ofili's 'No Woman No Cry' painting

No Woman No Cry, this Turner prize winning painting created by artist Chris Ofili. It depicts the portrait of a black woman with braided hair weeping. Each tear includes an collaged image of Stephen Lawrence, who was murdered in 1993 and whose mother, Doreen, was leading a campaign in 1998 for an inquiry into the failed murder investigation; the campaign for the inquiry was successful, with the final report declaring in 1999 that the police department conducting the investigation was "institutionally racist".

Sunday, 27 March 2016

Commercialization of art: Dollar origami by artist Won Park

American artist Won Park is the master of origami art. He creates incredibly realistic origami pieces with using only one dollar bills.

Friday, 25 March 2016

Stunning digital art by Polish artist Igor Morski

Digital art by Polish artist Igor Morski. He is a  graphic designer, illustrator and set designer. Presently, he focuses on mixed media graphic art, based manly on photo manipulation, drawing, recently also 3D.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Chaos, Mischief – Order, Harmony: Jai Zharotia the Processual Painter

Opening of Chaos, Mischief – Order, Harmony: Jai Zharotia the Processual Painter on Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at Art Heritage, New Delhi. The exhibition includes a number of works made while he was traveling.

Monday, 21 March 2016

Paintings and Installation by artist Desmond Lazaro

Paintings and Installation by Anglo Indian artist Desmond Lazaro. Having trained as a Picchvai and miniature painter, his work is rooted in and inspired by traditional language along with its methods, materials and symbolism.

Sunday, 20 March 2016

Still Dreaming: Paintings by Syrian artist Safwan Dahoul

Dream series paintings by Syrian artist Safwan Dahoul at Ayyam Gallery Dubai from 14 March - 30 May, 2016 .
The psychologically laden paintings are widely exhibited and collected, little is known about the origins of the series other than the fact that it began as an autobiographical reflection of time but has since grown to represent the mounting devastation and desolation of the Syrian crisis.