Fake or Fortune with Fiona Bruce & Philip Mould
From the BBC, our hosts Fiona Bruce and art dealer Philip Mould forensically investigate the provenances of individual artworks; with good old fashioned research and cutting edge scientific analysis they discern whether a painting is a fake or perhaps a masterpiece worth a fortune. This is such a clever show and with eight seasons there is plenty to keep everyone entertained.
Watch series eight on ABC by clicking here or search youtube for previews of previous episodes.
Anthropometries by Yves Klein
Brought to you by the Tate, one is invited to revisit Yves Klein’s Anthropometries, a truly pivotal piece that had a rippling effect on performance art as a whole. Here the act of creation became an art-form in itself.These performances were so iconic that the deep and powerful blue pigment that characterised the artist’s 60’s ‘blue period’ later became patented as ‘International Klein Blue’.
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The Great British Art Quiz by The Guardian
Set each week by a different British Art institution, the Great British Art Quiz is an excellent test of both art and general knowledge. With participants including London’s Courtauld Gallery, the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge and the National Trust, the scope of art included is breathtaking.
Click here to see all the quizzes available and let us know how you get on.
Then And Now by The White Rabbit Gallery
If you couldn’t visit this exhibition before it closed, don’t worry. The White Rabbit Gallery brings the remarkable collection of owner Judith Neilson online in a fabulous virtual tour Then and Now. Split into two separate tours, THEN explores the first 10 years of Judith’s collection, while AND NOW takes us through the following 20 years. Rendered as a virtual ‘dollhouse’ this is a truly delightful way to explore this exceptional body of work.
Click here to view all of The White Rabbit Gallery’s virtual tours.
Plate up like Jackson Pollock!
Brighten up any plate with a touch of Jackson Pollock inspired decoration.
Bringing colour and joy to your culinary creations, you are limited only by your imagination. While we love a crisp white backdrop to really make this pop like a Pollock painting, these splendid splatter techniques pair well with almost everything.
Need some more inspiration? See this design used on quirky canvas cookies from JacksandKate, as well as magnificent macarons from The Busy Spatula and a chocorific cake from My Name is Yeh.
The Hyde a residential project by Justin Miller Art
Bringing the finest Australian and international art into a residential home,our consultancy project at The Hyde, an elegant inner city apartment, gave us the opportunity to curate a collection suited to this generous space and our client’s taste for contemporary painting. Justin Miller Art works with homeowners, interior designers, curators and stylists; no project is too big or small. Our museum standard stockroom and global networks provide our clients with exclusive access to important artworks from Australia and beyond.
We’d love to start a conversation about your collection, your space and your vision. Get in touch to find out more.