This song presents the rebelious mood of the Indian society at the beginning of the seventies. This gallery on the third floor highlighted Filipino artists in most recent years.

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Who wouldn’t feel the greatness of the past while watching historical K dramas? Tate Modern is housed in a massive warehouse building right next to the Thames across from St Paul’s Cathedral. Get there across the Millennium Bridge, or the nearest tube is Blackfriars. Here the weird and the wonderful can be spotted. There’s video art, creative installations and wall hangings to boot. Picasso has space, like the Weeping Woman and Three dancers. Salvador Dali, Jackson Pollock, Max Ernst and Henry Moore can all be seen too. There are often a few large-scale works outside the building, and many people sit on the lawns to view them without going inside. Just along the river from … Read the rest

Body adornment has always included body painting, tattooing, and other kinds of body art, this has been the case over the ages; but in recent times, body art has become more varied and endlessly creative. Thomas Nozkowski: Recent Work (exhibition catalogue). Interview by Garth Lewis. New York: The Pace Gallery, 2010. Number 31 (One) – During the summer and autumn of 1950, Jackson Pollock completed three black paintings in quick sequence, Number 31 being the first of three. This oil and enamel on canvas shows off his mastery of the “drip” technique. What is unique about this painting is that there is no specific point of focus and there is no obvious pattern or repetition; nevertheless, the chaos is controlled. Some of the enamel is matte, and some glossy. The colours weave through one another, like a spider web’s threads of blues and grays, cut with black and white. Although … Read the rest