I have quite the affinity for art and write about it often. I discuss specific art galleries in a given city, the connection between Belgian surrealist artists (Jean-Michel Folon and René Magritte) or specific art movements, and you can find all of them here.

The Art of Dining Alone

An Art-Lover’s Guide To Berlin

Chicken Scratch Art and Dancing Men

My Favorite Art From the MoMA In New York City

The New Name In The Anime Industry: Makoto Shinkai

Tattoos: A Personal and Historic Journey

The Greatest Names In The Surrealist Games

A Haunting Reminder of Berlin’s Past: The Stolpersteine

The Cabinet of Curiosities

Some French Student Made A Miyazaki-Themed Short Film and It’s Great

Home Is Where The Art Is

Home Is Where The Art Is is a feature that I’ve been working on for quite some time. It’s the name I’ve chosen for blog posts and videos that I make that go into detail (a sort of crash course) for my favorite artists, art movements, and specific works of art. Here are the articles from this category:

Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Art Nouveau

The Spotted Genius of Yayoi Kusama

The Most Stolen Painting of All-Time: The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb

Surrealism With Magritte and Folon