Think you are too old to learn something new? Kimiko Nishimoto proves that it is never late to try.Read More
Publisher of the creative arts releases a new book purely devoted to self-portraits.Read More
Kimiko Yoshida is best known for her self-portrait series. Here is a video gathering 400 of her self-portraits, shot between 2001 and 2010.
The artist who transforms the space through her works of art.Read More
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) presents a short film on how artists, like Frida Kahlo or Andy Warhol express ideas about identity in their work.Read More
Can art make you become more creative? According to a new research published in the journal of business of research, the answer is yes.Read More
"The list doesn't destroy culture; it creates it. Wherever you look in cultural history, you will find lists." - Umberto EcoRead More
With an ever-increasing amount of information surrounding us, how do you know where to look for the right one?Read More
A fictional conversation between Artstein, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh, exploring the relationship between art and identity.Read More
Best known for her self-portraits, the fine art photographer speaks of emotions, fantasies and fiction.
We might live in a time where selfies are a regular part of society, and it is hard to see them as art, but that does not mean this is how they will be seen in the future.Read More
Artstein has complied a list of self-portrait artists who use different methods to express, explore and question ideas on identity and individualism.
Mannerist artist Parmigianino and his self-portrait on a convex mirror.Read More
She describes herself as a voyeur, untangling symbolism and searching for the quiet truth beneath the surface.Read More
The art of the written language from the greatest novelist of the 20th Century.
The owner of one of the world’s biggest modern art collections and a pioneering spirit of the modern arts, Peggy Guggenheim was a central figure in the modern art movement. Despite her efforts and accomplishments, her importance in the field was overshadowed by her extraordinary personality and lifestyle.Read More
The first depiction of an artist in the act of painting a self-portrait.Read More
Self-portraits have a long history that tracks back to the ancient Egyptians, ancient Greek and Romans. But the idea of self-portraits that we think of today originated in middle ages.Read More
Artstein’s MoodboardRead More
Art historian James Hall examines the genre of self-portraiture from middle ages to the present.Read More