Art, // October 26, 2023

Claudio Parentela — ARTIST

Many many years ago I decided that I wanted to live on art, with art, breathe art, sleep and eat art. I couldn’t live without it…art is my music, the blood that flows in my veins, the only book I know and want to read, the only wonderful way I have chosen to be in the world.

Art, // October 22, 2023

Carlos Alberto Serrano Rolo — PHOTOGRAPHY

I’m a photographer by passion, it’s the accumulation of all my experiences, it’s the courage that makes me act and decide, and it’s the sensitivity that makes me love and appreciate everything I do. I could say that it is the sum of all this.

Art, // October 15, 2023

Orígenes y Naturaleza – ART AUCTION

We are organizing an Art Auction with the theme Origins and Nature, in which works of art from artists will be auctioned emerging to consecrated and African masks.
Aiming to raise funds to donate fruit trees to communities in the Dogon region of Mali, Africa.

Art, // October 14, 2023

Virtual Exhibition Galloping — ARTSHOW

Galloping is a theme that is related to horses, running free in the fields, with those beautiful animals that have always served man so much, especially in other times, in which they were used to transport from one place to another, since either pulling carts or simply people rode horses to get anywhere faster.

Art, // October 9, 2023

Vera Lucia Correia — ARTIST

My favorite theme is landscapes, where I transform any tension into calm with more intense and vivid colors, using brushes, palette knives, and ink pens for details, but still-lives are also welcome as inspiration.

Art, // September 24, 2023

Manuel Luís Galvão Lucas – ARTIST

In the 90s Portugal, in parallel with my activities as an architect/urban planner with a vast body of work, I dedicated myself exclusively to teaching in Higher Education (1986/2012) Painting and Poetry to the present day.

Art, // August 7, 2023

Mary Ene Dominion – ARTIST

My name’s Mary Ene Dominion am a sculptor artist whose base is in Otukpo Benue state Nigeria. Am a graduate of the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 2014 with a BFA. Through my art practice, I use wood as one of her mediums for working. I have a passion for carving wood. I make traditional African masks using modern abstract designs and cubism as my style.

Art, // August 6, 2023

Virtual exhibition — “The Good Wine”

For centuries, grapes and wine have posed countless times for painters and sculptors who represented them in a multitude of shapes and tastes. This exhibition opens on August 10 in my virtual gallery and can be appreciated from the comfort of your homes worldwide. The exhibition will remain until September 30.

Art, // July 30, 2023

Carla Crocchi — ARTIST

Architecture is the graphic and building means of reconciling art with engineering. But, for me, who started the intimacy of expressing my emotions, aesthetics, and cultural values through drawing, already at the beginning of college, this link has always remained latent. And that’s why art!

Art, // July 29, 2023

José Luís Aguilar — ARTIST

Art is present in everything. In every corner, in every line of life. Inside and outside of us. It had a great influence on the world since its beginnings, since the beginning of everything.

Art, // July 16, 2023

Kingsley Nnaemeka Ebunyebe — ARTIST

Kingsley Nnaemeka Ebunyebe is a sculptor he was born 1986 in Southeast Nigeria. He started his art career from childhood, later went at the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) Enugu, where he obtain NCE.

Art, // June 22, 2023

Aldri Zanetti — ARTIST

What advice would you give to other artists or future artists?
Be an eternal learner, read, research, keep a mind always curious and open to new years with knowledge. But when it comes to nurturing your art, follow your heart and your intuition. Follow your rules and avoid idioms, criticisms and self-criticism.

Art, // June 8, 2023

Exposición – A traves de la Ventana — ART

On this occasion we invite artists to participate in the virtual exhibition “Through the Window” a very broad and interesting topic, since you can see so many things, if you look out the window you can see people, landscapes, animals, cars , various objects and even abstract what one sees, therefore we can appreciate from figurative to abstract works.

Art, // May 15, 2023

Antonio Montibeller — ARTIST

The fascination with the shine of metal has been with us for centuries and since antiquity the obsession with wealth and power has generated conflicts, wars and losses…and amidst these movements: symbols, beliefs and religions.

Art, // April 9, 2023

Patricia Cassanello — ARTIST

Art has always been present for me since I could see myself, since I was very young I would exchange any toy for a sheet of paper and a pencil.

Art, // April 5, 2023

Virtual Exhibition “Childhood” — ART

On this occasion, it invites the artists to participate in the exhibition with the theme La Niñez, which will take place within the framework of the World Art Day celebrations, as well as in the month of April in which the Day of the Child.

Art, // March 26, 2023

Anjos Art Gallery at ArtExpo NewYork 2023

Anjos Art Gallery and its curator Maria dos Anjos Oliveira, in partnership with Galeria Nasse, are pleased to once again participate in Artexpo New York at Pier 36, Booth 238 in New York for 2023.

Art, // March 19, 2023

Mexican Pre-Hispanic Cultures Exhibition — ART

LEWINSON ART organizes the Pre-Hispanic Cultures exhibition within the framework of the FILCO Book Fair at the Bicentennial Cultural Center of Coyoacán. Counting on the support in the curatorship of Jose Enrique Vidal Dzul Tuyub.

Art, // February 26, 2023

IT’S RAINING ART, HALLELUJAH! -The online gallery and its possible contribution to the democratisation of the art scene.

The online gallery differs from the traditional gallery primarily in that it has no “material” domicile. Of course, the company has to be registered somewhere, but it only exists digitally.

Art, // February 12, 2023

Eloah Mestieri — ARTIST

Eloah Mestieri, from São Paulo, psychoanalyst. I studied law at FMU, but I didn’t practice law, because I set up a lingerie company, which I ran for 22 years. In addition to being the owner, I worked as a stylist and I was able to exercise my creativity as a developer of all the collections and all the prints, later also designing prints for weaving in other countries.