7 Artists Who Created Innovative Kinetic Sculptures 7 Artists Who Created Innovative Kinetic Sculptures

Alexander Calder’s name has become synonymous with the mobile, a kinetic sculpture propelled by its own equilibrium. In 1930, after years of working with wire—creating complex circus scenes, sculptures of Josephine Baker, horses, elephants, and other subject matter both...

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7 Artists Who Created Innovative Kinetic Sculptures

These 10 Female Artists Are Pushing Sculpture Forward These 10 Female Artists Are Pushing Sculpture Forward

Sculpture was once considered the domain of ambitious male artists, a medium as challenging in its physicality as it was limitless in scope. But for several decades, artists from Eva Hesse and Senga Nengudi to Phyllida Barlow and Ursula...

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These 10 Female Artists Are Pushing Sculpture Forward

Artists With A Mission: What You Need to Know When Donating Your Art Artists With A Mission: What You Need to Know When Donating Your Art

Art and charity make cosy bedfellows and the relationships between them are blooming over the years. For example, the (Red) Auction at Sotheby’s in New York, organised by Damien Hirst and U2 frontman Bono, raised over $42m (£21m) for...

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Artists With A Mission: What You Need to Know When Donating Your Art

The Rise of Millennial Collectors & How to Start Collecting Art in Your 20s The Rise of Millennial Collectors & How to Start Collecting Art in Your 20s

For many people in their 20s, art collecting can seem like a far-off pipe dream, the preserve of the older and wealthy. Millennials, after all, don’t typically make oodles of money, the average income for college graduates is typically...

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The Rise of Millennial Collectors & How to Start Collecting Art in Your 20s

Most Instagrammed Works from Art Basel, Miami: What they tell us about the Art World today? Most Instagrammed Works from Art Basel, Miami: What they tell us about the Art World today?

Critics, collectors and curators now use Instagram to share images of art that inspires and intrigues them. Jerry Saltz, the Pulitzer-winning art critic for New York magazine, has 287,000 Instagram followers. Yusaku Maezawa, the Japanese technology entrepreneur and collector...

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Most Instagrammed Works from Art Basel, Miami: What they tell us about the Art World today?

100,000 Unseen Photos by Andy Warhol Will Be Made Public This Fall 100,000 Unseen Photos by Andy Warhol Will Be Made Public This Fall

Pop art fans, rejoice! The Andy Warhol Foundation will release tens of thousands of the artist’s previously unseen photographs for the first time, including intimate images of the artist’s celebrity friends and lovers. In total, 3,600 contact sheets featuring...

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100,000 Unseen Photos by Andy Warhol Will Be Made Public This Fall

12 Ways Collectors Can Help Galleries Survive & Thrive 12 Ways Collectors Can Help Galleries Survive & Thrive

With all the talk about the struggles of emerging and smaller galleries, much of the commentary has been focused on how fairs can better support galleries, or how galleries can experiment with new models to survive. But what about...

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12 Ways Collectors Can Help Galleries Survive & Thrive

Auction Terminology Auction Terminology

An introduction to auction terminology took place in a previous article of ours, where we discussed the importance of massive auctions and the serious impact they could have on the economy. You can read more of this topic here....

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Auction Terminology

How Tech has Transformed the World of Art Collecting How Tech has Transformed the World of Art Collecting

In today’s article we will explore the great influence of technology and the advantages or disadvantages it disposes. What does it mean to be introduced to the art world through Instagram? How will you display an artist’s 50-year retrospective...

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How Tech has Transformed the World of Art Collecting

Buying Paintings? Could That Make You Rich? Buying Paintings? Could That Make You Rich?

It’s a fantasy akin to winning the lottery. That painting you spotted in an antique shop turns out to worth a lot of money, or that one gifted to you by your grandmother and hidden in a cupboard ever...

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Buying Paintings? Could That Make You Rich?