5 Surreal Facts to Discover About Salvador Dalí

Salvador Dalí, or Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech if you’re keen, remains the most famous and influential surrealist painter. His legacy continues to inspire today, where not only artists attempt to mirror his artistry, but hit shows like La Casa de Papel were influenced by his unique visage. When he wasn’t hanging out with artist buddies, Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, he was busy creating a visual language to reproduce the masked corners of the human subconscious.

The 5 Phases of Lockdown Depicted Through Masterpieces

It has been 1 month, 3 weeks and 6 days since Italy was placed in lockdown (but who’s counting?), so we’ve come to recognise the 5 stages that make up the authentic quarantine experience. On Monday 4th May, Italians were allowed outside for reasons other than shopping for essentials, and pictures of citizens emerging from their hiding places, like a sleepy bear after hibernation, filled the internet.

Stay Home and AR: Get Creative with our AR Feature

Augmented Reality (AR) has unparalleled potential to unleash new means of storytelling, self-expression and creativity. AR is not only augmented reality, but also alternative reality, where you can create art, catch Pokemon, or redecorate your interior without leaving your homes. Since staying in is the new going out, why not test out an artwork on your wall and discover a profound emotional experience.

What Does Water Mean to You? An Interview with Lucia Palmisano

It’s World Water Day! Established in 1993, the day was created to advocate for universal access to clean water, and inspire communities to take action to make a difference. Clean water is a basic human right, and yet thousands of individuals across the planet are still subject to perilous diseases caused by unsanitary water sources.

5 Female Contemporary Artists who Transformed the Art World

As with many other cultural spheres, the contemporary art world is largely white, and largely male. Women artists have had to traverse huge obstacles to attain visibility in galleries and on platforms reserved for visual arts. Linda Nochlin’s 1974 essay Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? investigated these obstacles, and why women artists are methodically excluded from the art historical canon.

Art For Equality: Artupia Pays Tribute to International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day, a day that has been celebrated for well over a century when it was founded by a collective of fed-up women in 1911. The day isn’t solely used to highlight the rampant and periculous inequality women continue to face across the planet, but it’s additionally a …

INNSiDE Milano Torre GalFa chose the colour Artupia

The well-known Spanish hotel group Melia inaugurated in December 2019, a new hotel in Milan, and Artupia has been selected as their art provider. A great opportunity for us to promote and share the talent of our artists.

Politics and Painting: The Artists’ Vital Role in Rewriting Social Discourse

The artist-led campaign, Artists4Bernie, attracted hundreds of signatures, including the support of artists such as Kara Walker and Wu Tsang,  before formally suspending his campaign in April 2020.  Often critical of US imperialism, Bernie Sanders is a rare political figure who many feel they can trust.

INNSiDE Milano Torre GalFa sceglie Artupia

La famosa catena alberghiera spagnola Melia Hotels International ha inaugurato a dicembre 2019 un nuovo hotel a Milano e Artupia è stata scelta come loro fornitore di opere d’arte. E’ stata per noi un’opportunità fantastica per promuovere e condividere il talento dei nostri artisti.