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Madrid Diary and the Street : Velasquez, Goya, Borondo, Spy!

Velasquez, the painter of the Spanish Golden Age died here. Along with the mannerist paintings of El Greco, the extravagant baroque of the Flemish Rubens, and the romantic Goya, one can see Velasquez’ works here at the wealthy and famous El Museo Del Prado of Madrid. Also, we cannot forget the Bosch exhibit opening here […]

“Art Silos” Rise in the Harbor of Catania, Sicily

They’ve been here since the 1950s, these silos for wheat and corn on the harbor of Catania on the east coast of the island of Sicily at the foot of Mount Etna. 28 meters tall and facing the Ionian Sea, they are now some of the largest canvasses in Italy by a small group of […]

Corn79 and His New Mural in Tiny Villa Lagarina, Italy

For the past week the Turin-born artist Corn79 has been creating a new mural in Villa Lagarina, a small town of less than 4,000 in the lush mountains of Trentino. Working on a lift only a hundred meters or so from La Pieve di Santa Maria Assunta, the architectural focal point for the town, the […]

“Daze World”, the Artist and Book from City to Canvas and Back

“This is not an autobiography in the practical sense. I didn’t cover the day-to-day minutia of my childhood or formative teenage years all the way to the present. Rather, I have chosen to take the reader on a journey that covers some of the seminal moments in my life. Those moments shaped my art and […]

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