contemporary

25 September 2017

Art Quote: Andrew Wyeth

"One's art goes as far and as deep as one's love goes." Andrew Wyeth

The idea to approach Vittorio Canta for an interview occurred when we were curating USEUM’s Futurism exhibition. While browsing USEUM to find appropriate artworks for Futurism, we came across Vittorio Canta’s artworks Circus MinimumHorse Power and Lance’s Triumph could not help but remind us of Marinetti as well as the work of other futurist artists and their commitment to depict the beauty of modern life – speed, technology, movement and dynamism.

30 March 2016

Happy April Fish Day!

Happy April Fools'... or Fish Day?

One of the key-words describing USEUM’s collection is diversity. Artists from over 100 countries continue to participate in sharing their artworks with art lovers and professionals worldwide. USEUM connects graphic designers from the United States to painters from Kenya to illustrators from the Philippines, and it is wonderfully inspiring to see both the differences and similarities between artists from different countries. 

5 December 2015

Pixelated Santa

Throughout the holiday season you will be flooded with images of Santa Claus. Italian artist Andrea Dalla Val took on a different approach...

30 November 2015

A wave of summer fun

Such a joyful and fun painting! ‘Wave’ by Monika Detkos illustrates two young girls having a blast playing in the sea.

28 November 2015

Morning Glory

Her ‘Daphne and Apollo’ was a great success at our first exhibition in collaboration with Le Dame Gallery last October and we believe that ‘Morning Glory’ will provoke similar responses.

I paint snapshots of faces in a well-chosen critical moment. For reasons of its dramatic power and the geological convulsions of their human flesh which in turn make mine vibrate

This is another familiar scene for the Londoners amongst us! Teo Kim-Liong created this wonderful work of art during his studies at the Slade School of Fine Art.

21 November 2015

Dream Sink

I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.