01001111 01101110 01100101 00001010 | Past When Marcel Duchamp first placed an upside-down urinal on a plinth signed “R. Mutt, 1917”, marking that the altar of all modern art—that anything can be art—he ignited a fire within the world of…
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We pay homage to five lost masterpieces whose importance is reflected only in the inspiration they provided to later artists.
Mosaic is an ancient art form that once enjoyed enormous prestige in both secular and religious architecture across Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.
The desire for control over one’s self-image has been a concern of artists for centuries
Before photography, miniature paintings played a crucial role in both personal and diplomatic relationships, and were prized for their technical virtuosity and portability.
Learn why copper, a medium that particularly appealed to collectors in the 16th and 17th centuries, has been rediscovered by artists today.
Throughout history the role of an artist has changed dramatically. What is the current role of an artist? What is the purpose of art?
The colour of danger, scarlet passions, power and prestige — red has commanded the attention of artists for centuries. From the Paleolithic period to the contemporary, this archetypal colour has been utilised by artists to access the extremes of human…
We delve deep into the colour that has captured the imagination of artists for millennia.
Camberwell, one of London’s many historically acclaimed art colleges, has developed some of the country’s most accomplished artists.