Big Art Theory is a theme blog written by Anna H. Lucy, a Poland based Art Writer, Art Collector, Traveller and Synesthesist. This blog offers posts that belong to the ‘cross-boarder’ literature as they consist of interviews with contemporary artists, art-fiction as well as art-inspired poems that bring you closer to the artist, their artworks and their creative process. There are elements originating from music, movies and ‘the unusual found in the usual’.
This blog offers content from which one could learn more about their favorite masterpieces, understand the techniques as well as unfold the circumstances, ‘ the milieu’ and the period in which the artwork has been created. On the other hand this blog helps the readers to discover and appreciate the new, unknown art of emerging, contemporary artists who are on their way to the international recognition.
‘The role of art writer is translating visual experience into written language (…) Intuition tells me that the most fertile new art-writing ground may be that currently being charted at the fringes – such as art-related fiction both about art and behaving as art; or the philosophy at the intersection about art and literature.’
Inspired by the above words by Dr Gilda Williams, art critic and teacher at Goldsmiths College, University of London and lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute, Anna – the author of the blog unfolds the mystery of the World Of Art of ‘back then’ and ‘now’ in the way unseen before.