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Art Conservation The State of the Art – Why Does Contemporary Art Need Conservation?

Collectors Tip |

If one tries to search the web entering a keyword such as art conservation, he/she will see – among top ten search results – a few different university departments (New York University, University of Delaware, Queen’s University) providing...

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Govinda Sah ‘Azad’ Exhibition How Was the Universe Created? Govinda Sah ‘Azad’ Seeks the Sacred at October Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

Every now and then in life, each person finds him/herself looking at the sky, while his/her mind is filled with thoughts regarding the beginning of everything – of the cosmos itself. After all the thinking about what is going on up there, you start using...

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Original cartoon on the subject of the EU Referendum by Dave Brown EU Must Be Joking! A Hilarious Political Cartoon Exhibition About the Referendum

Art Exhibitions |

A few days before the Referendum on whether Britain shall or shall not remain in the European Union (June 23, 2016, is the exact date it will be held on), Britain’s most famous political cartoonists will present their original cartoon artwork inspired by...

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Nuart Sandnes Art Trail Nuart Sandnes Art Trail – Presenting Norway’s First Official Street Art Trail

Art Exhibitions, Graffiti & Street Art |

Whatever happens for the first time – first day of school, first date, first kiss, firstborn child – it certainly does affect someone’s life deeply. When it comes to Norwegian street art, the Nuart Sandnes Art Trail is a unique event as it is Norway’s...

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Urban Art Show Between the Lines – Urban Art Show Featuring Some of the Biggest Names in the Business

Art Exhibitions, Graffiti & Street Art |

Have you ever thought about a geometric line that ancient mathematicians used as an idealization for describing straight objects? Isn’t the line actually representing the calmness of life, an ideal form? In order for people to find out, an upcoming urban...

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German art market culture What is the Fate of the German Art Market after a New Restricting Law?

Art Market, Collectors Tip |

What recently seemed to shock the German art market is a discussion that took place in the German parliament on February 18, 2016, about the current draft of the new Cultural Heritage Protection Law (in German, Kulturgutschutzgesetz). Namely, the German...

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Deloitte report What are the Key Findings in the Deloitte Report for 2016 Regarding Art and Finance?

Art Market, Collectors Tip |

After five years of publishing reports regarding art and finance, the Deloitte report for 2016 finally saw the light of day (a sunny one, indeed). It was widely spread during the past few months that China’s art market is experiencing a slowdown, and sales...

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Art and politics When Art and Politics Merge, Artists Fight for Freedoms

Art News, Photography |

In the light of 2016 presidential elections in the USA, art and politics are making contact in the form of a ‘super political action committee’ (‘super PAC’). American artists are using their artworks to make an impact on the elections culture and to...

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UK and EU business minister government june people policy said prime If UK and EU Part Ways, Will the Art Market Suffer or Will it Benefit?

Art Market, Collectors Tip |

In the latest UK and EU newspapers, but also in those from all around the world, the spotlight was taken by the Brexit debate – the discussion on whether UK should leave the EU, or stick to it ‘till death do them part’. Some proclaimers of the Brexit...

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Hiscox online art trade report Hiscox Online Art Trade Report 2016 Indicates a More Resilient Lower End of the Art Market?

Art Market, Collectors Tip |

As globalization gave its contribution to development of the art market in the form of global art fairs, so did communication and internet. We are talking about the growth of buying and selling art online. It seems like some art collectors prefer to shop...

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Art Fairs How Art Fairs Reshaped the Art Market

Art Fairs, Art Market |

Are you familiar with the concept of art fairs? Just kidding. Of course you are. This well-designed concept combining galleries, artists, dealers, art critics, and other art enthusiasts at the same time, is taking the leading role in the art market. Art Radar...

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Contemporary drawing collection Is Contemporary Drawing Significant in Today’s Art Market?

Art Market |

Paris art scene, like many other ones, enjoys quite a busy period at the end of March and the beginning of April. Only this time, drawings are getting all the attention, with fairs such as Salon du Dessin, Drawing Now and DDESSIN – taking place respectively...

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Asian art market Art Week Hong Kong – Is the Asian Art Market Really Slowing Down?

Art Fairs, Art Market, Art News |

What seems to be in the center of discussion among collectors, art market experts and art lovers worldwide at the beginning of the Asia Contemporary Art Show, Art Central and Art Basel fairs in Hong Kong, is the effect of the decline in China’s economy...

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Parasol unit Parasol Unit Presents an Exploration of the Uncanny Through Contemporary Photography

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

The term “uncanny” is often used to describe an idea which is exceeding one’s knowledge. Friedrich Schelling, philosopher, wrote a book under the name Philosophie der Mythologie in 1835, describing the uncanny (das Unheimliche in German) as everything...

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Russian artists Once-in-a-lifetime Opportunity to Enjoy Works of the Greatest Russian Artists at National Portrait Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

Throughout history, the Russia-United Kingdom relationship seems to be quite volatile. When there was a greater threat to world peace, they stood shoulder to shoulder, fighting off Napoleon or the German invasions, but there were also times when they were...

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Gabriel de la Mora Architect Turned Artist, Gabriel De La Mora Goes from Design to Deconstruction at Timothy Taylor Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

Once in a while, one overhears a story about a successful businessman who gave up everything in favor of his long lost passion. A possible scenario of this life-changing contemplation could start with thoughts regarding life’s ephemerality. Could this path...

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Sandra Senn exhibition Imaginary Landscapes in Sandra Senn Exhibition Are Coming to Gallery Voss

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Where is the end of a dream and where exactly does the reality begin? No matter what you dream of, while observing objects or people in dreams, it feels like effortless flying or like gentle riding on the waves of a grand blue stage called the ocean. And...

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