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Articles by Deirdre Malone

Visionary, painter, environmentalist, performance artist, treehugger, rebel, and gentleman. Nicolás García Uriburu was all of these, and more. 

The eldest of nine children, he began painting at an early age and studied Architecture at the University of Buenos Aires before

The Bubble’s art specialist Deirdre Malone visited photographer Jorge Miño in his studio to talk about his art, his fascination with architecture and his obsession with deconstructing a subject and rebuilding it in his own dream-like abstract form. He presented …

The countdown to Russia 2018 is almost over, with less than two days to go, and according to a survey by GlobalWebIndex, Latin American digital consumers are the most likely to be watching the FIFA World Cup.

To mark

Oil billionaire John Paul Getty famously installed a payphone in his Surrey mansion to prevent guests from making long distance calls. Yet he spent millions of dollars on art, and millions more to build the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. …

Art fans, rejoice: arteBA is back for its 2018 edition!

This year’s gallery line-up for arteBA practically covers the entire alphabet, with just four letters, O, F, T, and Y not represented. Yes, there is even an X, standing for …

Good things come in small packages and this is certainly true of Gimena Macri’s “cover versions” of 20 abstract artworks from the 20th century. The paintings grace just one of the walls of Pasto gallery’s 30-square meter space, while a …