The University of Milan hosts a debate on art and brain with “Cervell..a..mente 2017”

Within the global initiatives “Brain Awareness Week 2017”, the University of Milan decided to dedicate the annual event to the relationship between art and brain. “Cervellamente 2017 – Arte e Cervello” is a cycle of seminars addressed especially to young people, which is taking place at the University Aula Magna from 6 to 10 February. More HERE

Patrick Hughes

An inspiring interview to our Honorary Member Patrick Hughes: Do Not Follow a Path, Make a Path. Patrick Hughes is an artist whose first solo show was back in 1961 at the Portal Gallery in London, England. It went down in history as the first one-man show by a Pop Artist, however they were not known by that term at that point. A few years after this, Patrick Hughes produced two seminal reverse perspective works entitled Infinity and Sticking-out Room. It was in the 1970s that Patrick Hughes’ name became synonymous with rainbow paintings; these paintings would become extremely popular as prints and as postcards. Later on, in the 1980s, Patrick Hughes went back to exploiting the difference between perspective and reverspective and solidifying space. For the last 25 years, Patrick has continued to be an in demand artist with his work being exhibited around the world and featured in numerous public collections.