Cave of Apelles

Watch Jan-Ove Tuv's conversation with the former academic director at the Florence Academy of Sweden, Joakim Ericsson, who swapped painting for fantasy illustrations and the gaming industry.

This episode was produced by Bork S. Nerdrum, assisted by Andrew Aviste and Seth Fite.
The Cave of Apelles is a long format conversation about aesthetics, myths and philosophy.

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Watch Jan-Ove Tuv's conversation with the author and former leader of the Capitalist party in Norway, Vegard Martinsen. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ayn Rand's Romantic Manifesto, we have invited Martinsen to talk about her view on aesthetics and how her philosophy could serve as an antidote to Immanuel Kant's philosophy.

This episode was produced by Bork S. Nerdrum, assisted by Veniamin V. Orlov and Carl August Benneche Klevjer.
The Cave of Apelles is a long format conversation about philosophy, mythology, and cultural values.

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Watch Jan-Ove Tuv's conversation with the Chinese portrait painter Cheng Wu. Wu talks about his experience of coming to Europe and being told at a French art academy that his work was too traditional. He also touches on the extraordinary situation for classical figurative painting in China, as well as Li Cheng and the golden age of Chinese painting in the Song Dynasty (960–1279 AD).
Wu argues for an eternal mindset and Daoism — through the teachings of Lao Tzu and Zhuangzi — as a philosophic solution for painters.

Associated article:
https://worldwidekitsch.com/news-articles/learning-how-to-paint-from-taoism/

This episode was produced by Bork S. Nerdrum, assisted by Sebastian Salvo and Nic Thurman.
The Cave of Apelles is a long format conversation about philosophy, mythology, and cultural values.

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Watch Jan-Ove Tuv's conversation with the Norwegian painter William Heimdal, also known as "Prince William." In this interview, Heimdal talks about his journey from drawing Donald Duck cartoons inspired by Don Rosa, to painting like Nerdrum and the old masters.

The Cave of Apelles is a long format conversation about philosophy, mythology, and cultural values.

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The Cave of Apelles is the long form conversation about culture, myths and philosophy. Guests on our show include classical figurative painters, composers, aesthetic thinkers and more.