Andrey V.

Andreja Velimirović is a passionate content writer with a knack for art and old movies. Majoring in art history, he is an expert on avant-garde modern movements and medieval church fresco decorations. Feel free to contact him via his Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreja-velimirovi%C4%87-74068a68/
Untitled, 1984 An Exhibition of Drawings by Jasper Johns Inaugurates The Menil Collection

Art Exhibitions |

On May 1, Rebecca Rabinow, the Director of the Menil Collection, announced that the Menil Drawing Institute will be open by the time November 2018 comes knocking on our calendars. The Menil Drawing Institute will be the first freestanding facility built...

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57th October Salon The 57th October Salon to Bring Star Artists to Belgrade

Art Exhibitions, Art News |

The 57th October Salon in Belgrade is scheduled to take place in September and October 2018, and, judging by the names of participating artists and the amount of preparation put into it, this event already promises to be one of the Balkan’s definite...

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Munch at Dr. Jacobson's Clinic, 1908–1909 The Drawn Self Portraits of Edvard Munch

Art History |

Although Edvard Munch is primarily recognized for his printmaking and painterly skills, drawings were the go-to driving force of his artistic expression. He made sketches constantly regardless of where he went, drawing illustrations of family members and...

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A Laptop, All You Need to Sell Art Online How To Sell Art at an Online Auction – And Do It Well!

Collectors Tip |

Whenever someone mentions art auctions, an almost instinctual image pops up in our minds. We see a room full of people bidding against each other, an auctioneer relentlessly hitting away with his hammer and jaw-dropping prices being thrown left and right....

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Art Consignment – Yes or No?

Collectors Tip, Gallery Advice |

Although it is hardly a rare occurrence, art consignment still remains a mystery to a lot of people. Consigning an artwork means delivering it to a specialized vendor (usually referred to as “the consignee”) by someone in possession of an artwork...

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Jerusalem, from the series Postcards from Nowhere, 2015 Photography, The Way Only Vik Muniz Does it, at Chrysler Museum of Art

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

The Chrysler Museum of Art is currently hosting a major exhibition of photographs by the celebrated contemporary artist Vik Muniz. Titled Vik Muniz: Photography and the Rebirth of Wonder, this show is a comprehensive retrospective that includes more than 100...

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The Future of Art is De-Materialized, Just Like the Money We’ll Be Buying it With

Art Market |

For me, “digital” is a bit like going from traditional mail that we put in the post box to the emails that we send today. It is faster and easier, although not necessarily better or worse. Just different. Back when it first appeared, digital art...

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The Family of Man Displayed at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg © CNA & Romain Girtgen, by the official MoMA video manager and photographer Why Photographer Edward Steichen’s The Family of Man Exhibition is so Legendary

Art History, Photography |

Often hailed as the most successful exhibition of photography ever put together, The Family of Man was displayed for the first time at The Museum of Modern Art in New York in January 1955. An ambitious endeavor curated by Edward Steichen, the photographer and...

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Conrad Felixmuller - The Beggar of Prachatice 1924 The Complex Paradoxes of Weimar Germany, As Expressed Through Art

Art Exhibitions |

Relying primarily on the effects that the rich holdings of The George Economou Collection will have on the viewers, Tate Modern is getting ready to open a year-long, free exhibition that will explore German art made between the two great wars. This...

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Jef Aerosol - Flowers Flower Power! Floral Artworks For Your Collection

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

Over the course of centuries, humans have used flowers as a manner of expressing a remarkabe range of emotions. By communicating our deepest and most intimate feelings, flowers became an intricate part of our lives – which, of course, includes visual...

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Andy Warhol - Flowers (II.73), 1956 Andy Warhol – Flowers

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

Flowers (II.73) is one of only seven monumental-scale paintings from Andy Warhol’s famous Flowers series which the artist showed at sell-out exhibitions in New York in 1964 and in Paris in 1965. Just like the case was with the rest of the screenprints from...

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Andy Warhol - Flowers, 1976 Andy Warhol – Flowers, 1976

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

Flowers from 1976 is another Andy Warhol work on this list and it depicts basically the same theme as the aforementioned screenprint. Only, for this piece, Andy used his second most favorite medium – polaroids. Made twenty years after the initial...

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Arman - What Happened To The Flowers - Homage to Andy Warhol, 1970 Arman – What Happened To The Flowers – Homage to Andy Warhol

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

Arman is probably best known for his “accumulations” of vast quantities of the same object in sculptures and for the unique method of destructing and recomposing objects. What Happened To The Flowers – Homage to Andy Warhol is a 1970 piece...

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Elly Smallwood - Hand Study with Flowers, 2016 Elly Smallwood – Hand Study with Flowers

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

A lot younger than previous entries on our list of available floral artworks, Hand Study with Flowers is an acrylic painting by Elly Smallwood. Created in 2016, this work saw the Canadian artist combine one of the most popular pictorial exercises with...

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Jef Aerosol - Flowers Jef Aerosol – Flowers

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

The only street artist to make it onto our today’s list, Jef Aerosol was always fond of incorporating floral elements into his artworks. This particular piece is called Flowers and it was made by combining the techniques of stencil, spray painting and...

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Jiang-Tie-Feng-Morning-Flowers-1989 Jiang Tie Feng – Morning Flowers

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Jiang Tie Feng believes that behind each piece of art he creates stands a story and behind each story, there is a piece of art. Every image he makes must communicate a symbolic meaning to the viewer. Morning Flowers, a serigraph on rice paper, encapsulates...

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Anya Spielman - EFFLORESCE, 2009 Anya Spielman – EFFLORESCE

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Anya Spielman has a particularly unusual way of creating art. She works on up to forty paintings at the same time, moving back and forth between them as the works begin to take form. Her EFFLORESCE was made that way, a great work of art that’s just on...

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Fernand Leger - La femme et la fleur, 1954 Fernand Leger – La femme et la fleur

Collectors Tip, Top Lists |

Working in Paris during the height of Cubism, Fernand Léger’s iconic style had an emphasis placed on primary colors and rounded, massive forms. Even at their most abstract, Léger’s subjects were easier to recognize than the rigorous Cubist dissections...

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