Pablo Picasso said "Art shakes the dust accumulated by everyday life from the soul" and now all studies agree that art makes our lives better, increases well-being and decreases the amount of stress accumulated daily.
We had the pleasure of interviewing, in collaboration with ARTWAVE, Christophe Catelain, a famous Parisian street artist, who told us how his artworks born, what they represent and the peculiarities that make them unique.
It is already in the late 1960s that the first writers began obsessively writing their name on every surface. When Keit Haring arrives in New York in 1978, each subway carriage is signed or painted and the city has already for some time initiated intense struggles against a now rampant and out of control phenomenon.
Franco AngeliHalf Dollar is one of the subjects most frequently portrays in Angeli's artworks. As for Andy Warhol's Marylin, for Angeli, the half dollar becomes an identifying mark to be reproduced in series, like the American Pop Art obsession for the repetitiveness. Why the half dollar?
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