Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919–33 | Apollo Magazine

https://www.apollo-magazine.com/art-diary/magic-realism-art-in-weimar-germany-1919-33/ Brüderstrasse (Free Room) (detail; 1930), Jeanne Mammen. © DACS, 2018 And another one for my London trip!!

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The many faces of Franz Xaver Messerschmidt | Apollo Magazine

https://www.apollo-magazine.com/many-faces-franz-xaver-messerschmidt/ Really interesting article on Messerschmidt. Waldemar explored these heads in his Baroque series. Would love a closer look!

Why taking it slow in an art gallery could change your life | Art and design | The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/shortcuts/2018/jul/24/why-taking-it-slow-in-an-art-gallery-could-change-your-life This is a really interesting read as I went to Hepworth Wakefield today for Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain and did just that: slowly looked. I was thrilled to discover my girl crush, Leonora Carrington there with 'Pastoral' from 1950 and I just looked. In dappled sunlight, the stream flowed, the reeds and … Continue reading Why taking it slow in an art gallery could change your life | Art and design | The Guardian

Melancholy by Albert György 

Quite often you can agonize over a painting's meaning, either directly or through the use of metaphor. However, with this sculpture by Albert György, a Romanian-born sculptor, who resides in Switzerland, there is no subtle interpretation to be gleaned from this. For anyone who has ever felt the loneliness of a 100 rooms, or the … Continue reading Melancholy by Albert György 

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Having been inspired by the Ashmolean's exhibition, America's Cool Modernism, and by the finest exhibition catalogue by de Young Gallery in San Francisco, I wanted to write about three artists whose work was truly inspirational: George Ault, Louis Lozowick and Gerald Murphy. American Synthesizers And here's an excellent video by Henning Lederer of Watch by … Continue reading Latest article on Daily Art