Born in 1975 in south São Paulo, Kobra has become one of the most recognizable and celebrated muralists of our time. With works on five continents, he currently holds the record for the largest graffiti mural in the world. Influenced by both modern and contemporary artists, the realism of his designs often makes his flat-surface paintings appear three-dimensional.
Art is a powerful reflection of culture, and few places showcase the profound influence of American culture on art as Eden Gallery. With its diverse collection of contemporary artworks, Eden Gallery celebrates the rich tapestry of American creativity. To read more, click here.
The short-lived but memorable movement of Art Nouveau, which took place at the turn of the past century, is characterized by flowing lines of nature. To read more, click here.
Captivating the world for over five centuries with her enigmatic smile, Leonardo Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" exudes a mysterious allure that remains timeless. Despite her small physical stature, she wields an immense influence on contemporary artists who find themselves simultaneously inspired and perplexed by her magnetism. To read more, click here.
Eden Gallery, a global powerhouse in the world of fine arts, celebrated its Silver Anniversary with a five-day-long event that transformed its New York City locations into spectacular art arenas. To read more, click here.
One artist who has used his talent to pay tribute to our planet and its natural wonders is Eduardo Kobra, a Brazilian street artist known for his captivating murals that often focus on environmental issues. To read more, click here.
Contemporary art often reflects the values and concerns of the society it emerges from, and increasingly, artists are using their work to address issues of diversity, inclusion, and social justice. To read more, Click here.
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