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work sales report of the year - online art market The Rise of the Online Art Market

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Unlike music records or books, items bought and sold routinely online by millions of people, fine art has proved to be stubbornly resistant to the seemingly overwhelming influence of e-commerce. As a result, the online art market has been underdeveloped for...

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August Vilella

Surreal and eerie motifs and sentiments represent the foundation of the work of August Vilella and reflect his fascination with different worlds and realities. The very choice of traditional portrayal seems to reflect the artist’s interest in examining not...

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Deams

The search for different kind of relations between the forms, colors or realities led Deams on creating peculiar and new aesthetic interwoven with melancholy and tranquility. Namely, the artist constructs abstract narratives by carefully appropriating his...

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Benjamin Burkard

The particular focus on creating narratives of humans and machines formed the artistic practice of Benjamin Burkard and made him develop fantastical and eerie artworks. Although the artist is interested in the world after tomorrow, his agenda cannot be...

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Tim Bengel

The particular interest in fragments of memory led Tim Bengel in creating impressive artworks made out of gold and sand. By employing peculiar toponyms as well as human portraits, the artist managed to both articulate his own experiences and question the very...

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Julie Cockburn

Julie Cockburn is an artist based in London. Her work is best defined by its delicate craftsmanship and by the transformation of every day and found objects into works of art. Through the manipulation of found items and images; such as ceramic sculptures,...

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Nicolas Bruno

The matters of our psyche and our dreams, in particular, permeate the work of Nicolas Bruno not only as a phenomenon but moreover as the articulation of personal experience. The allusive, surreal and haunting works he creates are embodiments of the state in...

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Susan Cantrick

Matters of pre-verbal perception have concerned artists for a long time, but in the work of Susan Cantrick, this particular preoccupation is brought into focus. By passing representational or conceptual/relational modes of expression, Cantrick’s abstract...

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Marc Craig

Marc Craig was born in Winchester, Hampshire in 1972. He has a broad range of creativity working within the disciplines of textiles, graphics, photography, sculpture and ceramics. He also has teaching experience both in the UK and USA. Featured image: Marc...

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Irene Lopez Leon

The simple yet peculiar exploration of human imagination represents the focal point in the work of Irene Lopez Leon. The enticing use of vivid colors, authentic composing of geometrical pictorial elements and overall futuristic effect are some of the main...

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Umbo

Otto Umbehr was born in Düsseldorf and is known for his photo journalism as well as artworks.[1] Umbehr was the second of six children of industrial architect Karl Friedrich Umbehr. His mother Frieda died when he was a young boy. He was trained in Duisburg,...

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Masao Yamamoto

Masao Yamamoto was born in 1957 in Gamagori City in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. He began his art studies as a painter,[1] studying oil painting under Goro Saito in his native city. He presently uses photography to capture images evoking memories. He blurs the...

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Karla Ortiz

The fascination with worlds of myth and illusion lead the work of Karla Ortiz being perceived as genre oriented. Nevertheless, the way she depicts the characters, their emotional states and backdrops suggest that her approach is differing from the cannons of...

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Yellena James

The ongoing fascination with natural phenomenon seems to determine the art of Yellena James as an environmentally charged practice. Namely, her works are devoted to the strange beauty of hidden worlds behind ecosystems. The artist is dealing with imaginary...

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Sibylle Schwarz

The wide array of impressions, observations, and experiences form the art of Sibylle Schwarz as a cathartic and utopian. Throughout her several decade’s long activity, the artist has flirted with various media and genres in order to channel her most...

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Jose Maria David

José Maria David is a self-taught artist who, by his talent, brings to life magnificent bronze animals, translating movement and a nervous and tense attitude into the power of the animal. His rapidity of execution, the spontaneity and the nervousness of his...

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Lost Optics

The fascination with geometric shapes and their relations framed the activity of Lost Optics and made him one of the leading representatives of Romanian graffiti scene. The combination of bright colors, specific lettering and peculiar modeling of the whole...

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Tasya van Ree

The need to express everyday situations through the lens governed Tasya van Ree on developing rather sophisticated and slightly mysterious photographs. By gazing in between the genres of documentary portrayal and fashion photography, she has managed to...

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