DEMYSTIFYING ART COMMISSIONS

The monumental sculpture by Michelangelo in the Medici chapel at the Church of San Lorenzo This New Year began in Florence, a city where the imprint of the influential Medici family’s status and patronage is ever present. The commissioning of […]

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SMALL WORLDS

There is a great deal of pressure as an artists or an art consultant to be present on Instagram and Twitter. To curate the perfect feed and rack-up a sizeable amount of followers means the digital life is increasingly distracting […]

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A Masterpiece in Flowers

Next week, we’re inviting the outdoors in. For three whole days, the Gallery will be awash with the scents and colours of spring. This edition of Art in Bloom promises a sensory experience, combining art with fresh flowers. This community event […]

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the cartographer’s mistake

By Amber O’Reilly with files from the Art Gallery of Alberta This summer at the WAG, from May 11 to September 8, Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada brings you the work of 20 contemporary artists of Indian heritage in […]

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6 Tips on How to Organise an Art Exhibition

It’s no secret that showcasing your work in an exhibition can be a little bit daunting. Whilst exhibiting your pieces definitely opens up your art to a wider audience including collectors and potential buyers, there’s always the lingering worry of […]

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ART EXHIBITIONS ON NOW: FEBRUARY 2019

1. The C C Land Exhibition Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory Pierre Bonnard Le Jardin 1936 Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris (Paris, France) Many artists have been eagerly awaiting this show of Bonnard’s beautiful, unconventionally coloured, bright paintings. […]

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The Fast Look

Chrysler Imperial Model CV Airflow Coupe, 1934. Photo: Peter Harholdt. Courtesy of Miles Collier Collections @ the Revs Institute. In 1909, at a time when automobiles were just starting to gain traction as a technology in society, an Italian poet named […]

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In the Studio with Francis Cape : Fragments

The Other End of the Line, 2010 interior with work by DeWitt Godfrey, Gina Occhiogrosso, Margo Mensing, Richard Garrison, Matt Harle photo Paul Kennedy Francis Cape’s straightforward-appearing art communicates a world view that is complex and sophisticated. As the son […]

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Noemí Schneck – Variaciones Textiles

Dedicada desde 1977 a las artes visuales –y con estudios previos como profesora nacional de inglés- Noemí Schneck se formó en los talleres de Tana Sachs, Cristina Dartiguelongue y Luis Negrotti, donde experimentó con distintos materiales como los metales, fibras, papel, telas […]

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