Classical Art

8.30.16

Classical Sculpture Collages Shatter Antique Traditions

Photographic reproductions of ancient sculptures create new associations in Ewa Doroszenko’s 'The Promise of Sublime Words.'

1.5.16

Quayola Talks ‘Iconographies,’ His New Show of Algorithmic Engravings and Prints

For his new show ‘Iconographies’, Quayola explores Renaissance iconography, engravings, algorithms and computer text as art.

12.17.15

Realist Art Returns to the Spotlight in New York

The riveting art form you should keep an eye on.

8.26.15

Past-Meets-Internet in Alexandra Gorczynski's New Works

Merging a classic sculptures and architectures with organic and digital elements, the Philadelphia-based artist creates dynamic, timeless landscapes.

4.21.15

If Megan Fox Was the 'Girl with a Pearl Earring'

Graphic artist Bénédicte Lacroix gives us further proof that celebrities are art.

3.23.15

10 Art Secrets Revealed as #MuseumWeek Kicks Off

From Warhol's 610 individual time capsules to Hilla Rebay's rules for arranging art at the Guggenheim, here are 10 art secrets we learned from #MuseumWeek.

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3.17.15

Watch Robots Carve a Modern Michelangelo Masterpiece

In 'Captives #B04' Quayola uses computational processes to re-form unfinished Renaissance sculpture.

2.24.15

Projection Mapping Revives the Greek God Apollo

The ancient god of music, poetry, and prophesy comes to life thanks to French digital art studio BK.

1.15.15

A Tumblr Sees Museums Through the Eyes of Art

'What They See' is a Tumblr that offers a new point-of-view on iconic works of art—literally.

12.22.14

3D-Printed Sculpture Reinvents Rubenesque Women as Bulging, Fleshy Forms

Nick Ervinck's 'Sniburtad' turns Rubens' sensuous forms into a grotesque but mesmerizing 3D-printed sculpture and abstract animation.

11.26.14

'Rijks Emotions' Finds Your Face in a Classical Painting

Find your döppelganger in a classical painting in the Austrian Rijksmuseum's art collection.

10.3.14

7 Hidden Art Secrets That Were Uncovered With Technology

From da Vinci to Rembrandt, The Creators Project looks at the invisible details hidden inside history's most famous artworks.

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