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Dea Cvetković

Dea Cvetković
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Dea has a Bachelor and a Master’s degree in history of Art from the University of Belgrade. Her main fields of interest include modern and contemporary art, American art, gender studies, photography, and film. She loves taking pictures, watching movies, traveling, and wandering around museums.

Food Art: 10 Artworks That Will Make Your Mouth Water

  Food has been an inspiration for many artists throughout the history of art. Let's look at various portrayals of different types of food in...

The De Stijl Art Movement Explained Through 3 Artists

  The de Stijl art movement, also known as Neoplasticism, lasted from 1917 to 1931. Two of the most famous painters who created artworks within...

15 Exquisite Royal Portraits You Should Check Out

  Royal portraits represent an important part of the history of painting. These portraits served as means of communication for the members of the monarchy....

Olafur Eliasson | 7 Mesmerizing Contemporary Installations

  Olafur Eliasson is a Danish-Icelandic contemporary artist born in 1967 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Eliasson works in many mediums, but he is widely known for...

Hannah Höch: The Life and Work of the German Dada Artist

  Hannah Höch is a German artist connected to the Berlin branch of the Dada art movement. Dadaism started in 1916 at the Cabaret Voltaire...

Understanding Pipilotti Rist’s Dreamworld in 10 Art Installations

  Lying in bed while simultaneously watching beautiful video art in a museum sounds impossible, but Pipilotti Rist made that happen. Born in Switzerland, Rist...

Yves Klein and His Use of Blue: How These 5 Facts Made Him Famous

  Yves Klein is a French artist, a member of the Nouveau réalisme group, and an inventor of the International Klein Blue color. This shade...

Here Are 5 Pioneering Women Of The Dada Art Movement

  The Dada art movement was an international phenomenon with centers in Zurich, Berlin, and New York City. Almost everyone is familiar with Dadaism artists...

Surrounded Islands: Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Famous Pink Landscape

  The artistic duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude are famous for many things, but mostly for wrapping objects, historic sites, monuments, and buildings. During their long...

5 Female Pop Artists You Should Know About

  Art critics and art historians have wrongfully neglected female Pop artists when writing about the famous movement. Until the nineties, most of the artworks...

The Rise of the Women Movement: 7 Feminist Art Pieces You Should Know

  During the 1970s, women art historians such as Linda Nochlin organized feminist exhibitions like the 1976 Women Artists 1550-1950 in LACMA. This type of...