Has Frida Kahlo’s Voice Finally Been Revealed?

Her artwork is known by all, her style of clothing inspired the greatest designers, and she even appeared in a short series of silent films... but have we actually heard her voice? A recording that could contain the voice of the great Frida Kahlo has been made public.

Stroll into Summer

Over 160 lots of original, quality paintings, drawings, sculpture and fine prints by listed artists go under the hammer at Shannon's upcoming sale.

Diving into the Magnificent

Bukowskis’ Important Spring Sale is taking place on June 4 in Stockholm with several thousand lots up for grabs. These exciting pieces are classified into eight different categories across two consecutive days of sales.

Art as a Weapon Against the Regime

Antoni Tàpies is known for having introduced abstract painting in Spain with his deeply symbolic, impasto works. But did you know Tàpies also studied law? Here are five things you might not already know about the Catalan artist.

Why Everybody is Talking About Parker Ito

The elusive, LA-based contemporary artist is taking the art world by storm, and Barnebys sits down with his Stockholm gallerist to discuss the appeal of Ito's works, why art from LA is trending right now and what is next for the young creative.

The History of Notre Dame

On April 15, a fire broke out at Notre-Dame in Paris, leading to the destruction of its roof and spire. Here we look back on the rich history and architectural details of the 12th-century Gothic cathedral, which has become a symbol of France.

Art Paris and the Solo Show Initiative

This year, the Solo Show project is returning as part of the 21st edition of Art Paris. The initiative, supported by Barnebys, aims to highlight the career of modern and contemporary artists through monographic exhibitions at the fair, which promises to be bigger than ever.