BRAM BOGART, ZONZUCHT – VIGO GALLERY, LONDON

(▲ Zonzucht, January 1965 – Home made paint (pigment, oil, glue, watercolour) on artist made board / canvas – 205x265cm) Bram Bogart, 1921–2012, was dedicated to exploring the materiality of paint. Like Burri and Fontana, he challenged and blurred traditional notions of painting and sculpture, building three dimensional paintings comprised of mostly natural ingredients including […]

TURNING INVESTMENT INTO AN ARTFORM

Véronique de Lavenne, international art advisor in modern and contemporary art, created the company Moving Art, after more than 20 years of professional experience in the art world, as a gallery owner and curator. Moving Art accompanies individuals, business owners and interior designers in their purchases of works of art, guaranteeing quality works. Moving Art […]

THE MEDICI OF MOUGINS

For anyone who has picked up the seminal work “The History of Art”  by E.H. Gombrich – the usual starting point for those with even a fleeting interest in the subject – then the argument that most, if not all, modern and contemporary art owes a serious debt to the ancient should come as no […]

BOCCIONI, A ROMANTIC FUTURIST?

The apparent contradictions of Umberto Boccioni: extremely personal – and somewhat irreverent – considerations  on the life and work of one of the giants of Italian Futurism.   The municipality of Milan marks the centenary of the death of Umberto Boccioni with an exhibition at Palazzo Reale. Over recent years much has been written about this […]