Monthly Archives: February 2018
We continue to collect children’s opinions about the works of famous artists. Which picture is the most terrible, and which is the most beautiful? We remind you that in our blitz-category “Children’s art” every week on the main page of “Arthiva” there is a small story about what one child thinks about one picture. And then we collect a few comments, and present them in the form of a publication.
As have changed mores pupils for 350 years
Vlad, 12, talks about his impressions of Jan Sten’s painting “a School class with a sleeping teacher.” Continue reading
In the film “Frida” literally recreated several iconic paintings of the artist. This was achieved through a combination of skilful shooting and digital effects. Julie Taymor says: “I believe that it is impossible to fully understand and reveal how the artist creates. But Frida’s paintings are very autobiographical. Reading Herrera’s book, I could really understand how paintings came to be in her life, and that makes her very different from abstract artists like Pollock or Picasso. Like many people, I found her paintings frightening, eerie and eloquent, but as a Director they attracted me with their narrative content. I thought the photos and visuals that would allow these stories to unfold before your eyes would be a great addition to what would otherwise be a regular biopic.” Continue reading