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LATICRETE PRESENTS: Lynne Chinn

13 Oct 2012


In 2011, LATICRETE sponsored the Exhibition in Print, MAN’s international competition juried by celebrated art […]

LATICRETE Presents: Lilian Broca

22 Sep 2012


In 2011, LATICRETE sponsored the Exhibition in Print, MAN’s international competition juried by art dealer […]

Symbolism and Storytelling in Contemporary Mosaic: Jeroen Meijer

13 Sep 2012


With the current aesthetic in mosaic leaning heavily towards abstract work, mosaicists who tell stories, like Jeroen Meijer, are rare. The Dutch artist creates haunting images that make one wonder “Who are these people? What is happening to them?”

A Natural History Museum in Mosaic Rises in Chile: Isidora Paz López

15 Aug 2012


Outside of Santiago, Chile something magical is happening. A concrete jungle of a metro station is becoming a brilliant, shimmering natural history museum. A community wracked by drugs and violence is reconnecting with itself and its natural heritage. And a cadre of young artists with no formal training in the art form is becoming one of the most accomplished mosaic teams on the planet.

Mosaico Oggi: Interview with Mohamed Banawy

10 Oct 2012


Ravenna-based blogger Luca Maggio interviews the exciting Egyptian mosaic artist Mohamed Banawy.

Marco De Luca or About the Instability of Color

21 Sep 2012


Italian art consultant, author, and specialist in the use of color Daniele Torcellini brings us this extraordinarily rich look into the work of mosaic master Marco De Luca. With a lyrical blend of science and passion, Torcellini shows us how De Luca’s signature use of color visually transports us as viewers to new and fantastical places.

LATICRETE Presents Luca Barberini

08 Sep 2012


In 2011, LATICRETE, Int. sponsored the Exhibition in Print, our international competition juried by art […]

LATICRETE Presents: CaCO3

01 Oct 2012


In 2011, LATICRETE sponsored the Exhibition in Print, MAN’s international competition juried by celebrated art […]

LATICRETE Presents: Jo Braun

15 Sep 2012


In 2011, LATICRETE sponsored the Exhibition in Print, our international competition juried by art dealer […]

“The Nature, The Geometry, and the Materials” Why Mosaic? by Professor Iliya Iliev

29 Aug 2012


Professor Iliya Iliev, Chief of the Department of Mural Painting, Mosaics and Stained Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria has been exploring the possibilities of mosaics for over 30 years. Classically trained in both art and architecture, Iliev’s mosaics exploit both of these doctrines. His work is unmistakeable; always organic, always ordered by a geometry that gives wings to his eclectic materials. We asked Iliev to answer the question: Why mosaic? Why not painting or sculpture? His response is below.


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