Art in a Minute: Mark Rothko
In this week’s edition of Art in a Minute, KAZoART will take you down the path of famous Abstract Expressionist, Mark Rothko. Known for his deeply philosophical approach to art, his style is one that changed over the years, growing more theoretical and infinitely darker….
Art in a minute: Andrew Wyeth
The New York Times once called Andrew Wyeth “the last authentic survivor of a very endangered 19th-century species.” In this edition of Art in a Minute, KAZoART brings you up close and personal with an anti-modern artist and the secrets that drove him to create…
5 Famous Couples in Art History
KAZoART invites you to (re)discover five memorable and famous couples whose relationships made a mark on art history, changing it for better or for worse. Let’s take a glance at these artistic romances that are tinged with infidelity, mental illness and more than anything, passion….
Art in a minute: Peter Doig
Often described as a painter’s painter, Peter Doig is the Scottish artist that some say revived the medium of painting in the UK. Depicting far away places and homey spaces, his magnetic oeuvre is coloured with mystery and a distant, removed sentiment. This week, KAZoART…
David Hockney, the Most Californian of all British Painters
An English dandy as passionate as he is fascinating, David Hockney is one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. His bold yet tranquil works are like a breath of fresh air. With KAZoART’s Art in a Minute, take a peek into…
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