Marta is an Asian Art specialist, with an emphasis on Japanese antiques.
Flattery or Forgery? Difficulties of Collecting Chinese Art
A short introduction into the cultural, historical and market aspects of collecting Chinese art.
Shunga: No Laughing Matter?
An exhibition of erotic Japanese woodblock prints at the British Museum has caused some expected controversy.
London Facing East: Asian Art Week
Collectors, museums and galleries come together to celebrate one of the world's most important Asian Art events.
"Not for the Cattle" - The Manggha Collection and Japanese Passion
The eccentric and unforgettable "Manggha" from Poland, whose collection is now the Manggha Museum in Krakow.
Tulipmania: Economic Disaster or Artistic Cultivation?
Marta Olszewska explores the positive outcomes of the Dutch tulip craze in the early 1600's.
A Complex Tapestry: Contemporary Art from Sub Saharan Africa
The vast geographical expanse of Africa offers endless sources of inspiration for the art world to absorb.
"Collecting is a Disease" A Tête-a-tête with Dr. Caravana
Marta and Angela of Vastari interview Dr Caravana about his collection and beliefs.
"Satisfaction, Mind Pleasure and Soul Elevation:" A Tête à Tête with Pascal Butel
A passion for ancient Asian Art runs in his family; Pascal Butel opens his private treasure chest and shares his thoughts on
Protection and Recording- Our Mission of Looking After Art
How safe are the masterpieces entrusted to us by previous generations? How well are the museums looking after them?