Mirò’s Studio

The Studio offered Mirò a working environment where his creativity could flow. When he closed the door behind him he knew he was cutting all contact with the outside world and entering into his own imaginary universe…a composition of Mediterranean light, colours and shapes.”

-Joan Punyet Mirò-

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Mirò‘s Studio in London, a reconstruction of the original studio owned by the Catalan painter in Mallorca. Enjoy the photo gallery…

Duke Street, 6, St. James’s, SW1Y 6BN London


Shoes: Pleasure and Pain

At the V&A Museum an exhibition with 200 pairs of historic and contemporary shoes from around the world.

The exhibition, sponsored by Clarks, will be on until 31 January 2016


Have a look at the gallery!

iVAMOS! Frida Kahlo Exhibition in Liverpool

A colorful and picturesque exhibition about Frida Kahlo is on at the Central Library in Liverpool.

Curator Deidré Guevara Gallegos said: “Frida and Me, is an exhibition-workshop based on the life and artwork of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, icon of modern art.

“Conceived by Centre Georges Pompidou of Paris together with the Government of Mexico, Frida and Me is a display of interactive devices where children, while playing, get involved in several notions of art.”

Frida and Me will run until January 3, 2016.

More information at: www.vamosfestival.com


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Damien Hirst – Oslo 16-09-2015 -15-11-2015

Take a look at Damien Hirst exhibition currently displayed at Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo, Norway. In a spectacular glass and wood building designed by Italian architect Renzo Piani by Oslo port, you will find main outstanding artworks from Bristol born artist Damien Hirst.

This exhibition definitely worth a visit and features the well renowned For The Love of God, a sparkling skull decorated with hundreds of precious diamonds.

Take a look at my review on Artslife.com:


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New In: Matisse, Cezanne and Van Gogh

New art books released by Laurence King: This is Matisse, This is Cezanne and This is Van Gogh, dedicated to Dutch genius.

The aim of this art collection is to revolutionise art history to make it more engaging for readers and art-lovers.

Enjoy the photo gallery!

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