13 Jul 2018
Since the antiquity, mosaics were always one of the most prestigious decorative techniques. They required a lot of skill and a real artistic talent, while their craftsmanship, aesthetics, and size would often leave people in awe. Mostly used as floor decoration in ancient Greece and Rome, mosaics were also found
15 Mar 2018
Daniel Barenboim once said that every great work of art has two sides, one towards its own time and one towards the future, towards eternity. By reading this, I felt the need to take a look at the artistic fusion that fell under the global mosaic art community this year! Let’s have a look at these are 10 wonderful mosaic designs exhibited this year!
07 Mar 2018
Again this year to celebrate International Women’s Day on Thursday, March 8, I came up with a list of 10 of the world’s most inspiring women mosaicists in 2018. 10 selected mosaic artists from over a 100 nominees, had a great impact on almost every corner of the world this year!
16 Jan 2018
2017 is finally over, and while it was an incredible year for emerging mosaic artists, as we witnessed the ascendance of young mosaicists like Yulia Hanansen and Angela Zimek, it’s time to look forward. Creative mosaic art is often an ingenious person’s game, and there’s always someone waiting for him to break through. Some have a better chance than others because they support themselves through social media platforms and art exhibitions, while others are strongly resisting social networking. These are the artists that have what it takes to become more recognized this year, and are positioned to do it in 2018!
13 Jul 2017
Park Guell: Step inside the futuristic vision of Gaudí is actually the second article I dedicate to the city of daydreams, Barcelona! This city embraced art and architecture like no other, and this fact is revealed in its remarkable Catalan architecture and many stupendous modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí. Park Guell is one of the most surreal landscapes ever build on the planet, the futuristic experiment of the architect Antonio Gaudí and his wealthy patron the Count Eusebi Guell, after whom the park was named. Though never fully completed, it still remains one of Gaudí’s most vibrant and humorous projects and has been attracting, tourists, art lovers, and dreamers to a visually striking, and technologically complex future of Barcelona. Enough said. This article will embark on a heartfelt journey to rediscover the futuristic and dynamic vision of the fantasy concept of the Park!
07 Jul 2017
Cover Photo: Courtesy of Olga Goulandris Pulling from a year’s worth of contemporary art discovery, insight from some of the world’s most influential curators and collectors, and early statistics on previous and upcoming mosaic art exhibitions, I’ve skimmed some of the most interesting mosaics to bring you 10 contemporary mosaicists