Art history

Top 10 famous pieces of street art

Street Art is a contemporary art movement that is also called Urban Art. Street Art is created in a public space, typically without official permission. It can encompass several media, which may include graffiti, stencil drawings, stickers, posters, video projections and light installations. Artalistic has rounded up a list of the top ten most emblematic works of street art.

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All about pop-art

When you hear Pop art, images of Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans and Roy Lichtenstein' stylized comic strip paintings probably come to mind. The Pop art movement began in the 1950s but its transient, expendable and glamorous style continues to inspire artists to this day and its sexy, young, big business edge still magnetizes art collectors around the world. Let's delve into this art movement and find a true definition for Pop art.

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Pierre Soulages art and paintings

Pierre Soulages has been called “the world’s greatest living artist” and is a leading member of the European Abstract Expressionist and Art Informel movements. He is most renowned for creating a painting technique, which he coined Outrenoir (Beyond Black). Artalistic is proud to present you with a short yet in-depth artist biography in celebration of his 100th birthday!

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Emblematic paintings and sculptures in art

Throughout art history countless artists have attempted to capture the concept of love in their art. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Artalistic has decided to present its reader’s with a resume of ten famous works of romantic art!

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Bansky, king of streetart

If there is one thing that the artistic community and its many fans agree on, it is that Banksy is a true genius of the street art movement. His exponential popularity is only reinforced by the mystery surrounding his work - no one knows who Banksy is! Let's follow his upward trajectory from the outlaw spray painter to one of the most famous street artists of all time who is known as an activist, filmmaker, graffiti artist and provocateur.

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Today Artalistic takes you on a journey through American Abstract Expressionism with the painting No. 5 by the famous artist Jackson Pollock, a leading figure in action painting and undisputed master of dripping and all-over painting.

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