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Fun Gallery, from Jacek Tylicki's Make war in art not in reality, 1982
Graffiti & Street Art, Art History, Galleries in Focus   |   Elena Martinique

A white girl from Ohio, Patti Astor took over the East Village, where she opened the seminal FUN Gallery and changed the art world forever.

Bert Stern - Marilyn Monroe, Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles, 1962 (Marilyn Laughing in Pearls)
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists   |   Elena Martinique

In order to celebrate the 4th of July, we bring together works by famous American artists from our marketplace that you can own right now!

Collectors' Tip, Top Lists   |   Elena Martinique

These urban artists are pushing the limits of abstraction, bringing their approach to the street and into their studio alike. Shop their art now!

Keith Haring - No Nukes (detail), 1982
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists, Graffiti & Street Art   |   Elena Martinique

This time, we bring you some of the most iconic street artists from the United States - the country where it all began. Scroll down and enjoy!

Remed - L'homme Oiseau, 2016
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists   |   Elena Martinique

If you are a fan of abstract art and urban art, we bring a selection of works by urban artists who are redefining this traditional art genre.

Thomas Buildmore - Last Supper, 2012
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Woodward Gallery has opened its fall season with exhibition bringing together truly iconic artists which explores the emblematic content in their works.

SEEN - Iron man (detail), 2016
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists, Graffiti & Street Art   |   Elena Martinique

Street art and graffiti have taken the world by storm. We bring you nine pieces of contemporary graffiti art that you can own right now!

Banksy in New York, Photo by Ian Cox
Graffiti & Street Art, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Curated by Magda Danysz, the exhibition at ArtScience Museum in Singapore will tell an exciting story of the evolution of Street Art.