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Peipei Han: Her Curation Process & The Chinese Contemporary Art Scene...Peipei Han is an independent curator and the former Associate Director of PHOTOFAIRS. She has previously curated design exhibitions in her home city of Beijing and in recent years, also a wide range of art exhibitions in Shanghai. She has also written various articles on the subject of contemporary art for international publications. She completed her MA from the University of the Arts, London in Media, Communication and Critical Practice. Ms. Han joined the Shanghai edition of PHOTOFAIRS in 2015 and has been instrumental in positioning the fair as the leading platform for contemporary photography and moving image in the Asia Pacific region....

November 23, 2021

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Magnus Resch on His Vision of The Perfect Art World & More...Magnus Resch, PhD, is one of the world’s leading experts in art management. He lectures art management at Yale School of Management, and is a serial entrepreneur and bestselling book author. In 2019, he launched Magnusclass, the world’s leading online class for artists and new collectors. The class offers two courses: One for artists to help them become successful, and the other for everyone who wants to start an art collection.  This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Magnus on this new online class, his inspirations behind it and his vision of the perfect art world....

November 16, 2021

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Design Collectibles to Spruce Up Your Home Office...Having a dedicated work space at home should be designed to your comfort to keep your creative juices flowing, but also minimal enough to keep you focused on your tasks. Desk accessories should be functional and help keep your workspace neat and tidy, this way your eyes aren't disturbed by the mess and you would feel relaxed enough while working long hours in your home office.  Take a look at the collection of design objects that we have put together to spruce up your home office!...

November 16, 2021

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'Parallel Universes: Parafacts And Parafictions': Exhibition Installation Images...The Artling proudly opened its latest exhibition ‘Parallel Universes: Parafacts and Parafictions’ in Shanghai on 10 November. ‘Parallel Universes: Parafacts and Parafictions’ transforms the building’s colonial architecture into a platform that stages a heightened experience that brings the community together, exploring the dynamics between different genres and mediums. In understanding and reinterpreting the world around us, the participating artists present their visions through fictional readings of reality. The fine line that defines reality and fiction is ever more blurred. This confusion provides opportunities to critically examine the actual world and reconsider the potential of our present experience. This exhibition also questions – within our own narrow sense of what we deem real or unreal – the existence of other realities that allow for very different possibilities to exist. Fiction in one world may be a reality in another.  The full artist lineup includes Aspartime, Carlos Sebastia and Jane Pickersgill, Ce Jian, Chen Xiaoyi, Chen Zhe, Gao Lei, Hu Weiyi, Joey Xia, John Monteith, Li Jinghu, Li Tao, Pu Yingwei, Ren Bo, Yang Guangnan, and Zhang Miao. This exhibition is held at the Design Republic Commune and will be on from 10 November to 9 January 2022. Scroll down to see images of the artworks in the exhibition! ...

November 15, 2021

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Julia Morton on the Generative Art Movement...Previously a fashion designer and co-owner of Einstein's boutique, Julia Morton is now the gallerist of the Generative Art Project. Located in downtown Austin, the gallery features art made by humans working in creative collaboration with autonomous, non-human entities, such as code, math, data, software, and robots.  This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Julia Morton on what drew her to Generative Art Project, and what the Generative Art movement means for the art world....

November 15, 2021

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Follow These Impressionist Artists If You Like Monet...Claude Monet is French painted best known for his leading role in the 19th-century Impressionist art movement and plein-air painting. Introduced to plein-air by Eugène Boudin, he quickly took to painting the transitory effects of sunlight by working quickly in the open air instead of in a studio. He consistently depicted nature, the landscape, and the environment around him, capturing the transient details of his subjects and powerfully painting the impression it had on his senses during those moments. Not only do Monet's picturesque landscapes capture the beauty of nature, but they also visually chart his travels around France and London. Among his many works, Monet's most iconic paintings are his 'Water Lilies', which he spent the last 30 years of his life creating in his home in Giverny. His mastery of colour, light, and form has made him an artist whose influence has stretched far beyond his time and artistic style.  Scroll down to read about these artists to follow if you like Claude Monet!    Nikol Klampert...

November 12, 2021

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'Parallel Universes: Parafacts And Parafictions' Opens in Shanghai!...The Artling proudly opened ‘Parallel Universes: Parafacts and Parafictions’ in Shanghai on 10 November. Curated by independent curator and former Associate Director of PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai Peipei Han. The exhibition is set within a former colonial building in the Jing’an District, that once served as the Police Headquarters in the 1910s. The 20th-century building was meticulously renovated by Shanghai architect-designers Neri & Hu, retaining a strong emphasis on the relationship between historical and contemporary architecture. The inclusion of contemporary art in this historic venue aims to bridge the three spheres of architecture, art and design,  presenting a holistic approach towards how these elements come together.  ‘Parallel Universes: Parafacts and Parafictions’ transforms the building’s colonial architecture into a platform that stages a heightened experience that brings the community together, exploring the dynamics between different genres and mediums. In understanding and reinterpreting the world around us, the participating artists present their visions through fictional readings of reality. The fine line that defines reality and fiction is ever more blurred. This confusion provides opportunities to critically examine the actual world and reconsider the potential of our present experience. This exhibition also questions – within our own narrow sense of what we deem real or unreal – the existence of other realities that allow for very different possibilities to exist. Fiction in one world may be a reality in another.  This exciting exhibition is held at the Design Republic Commune and runs from 10 November to 9 January 2022. Scroll down to see images of the exhibition and opening night!...

November 11, 2021

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New & Noteworthy Artworks: November 2021...Enjoy our latest collection of artworks and paintings in November 2021. Original artworks for sale on The Artling....

November 11, 2021

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The Artling's Corporate Gift Guide 2021: Art & Design under $100...Corporate gift giving is a practice that many businesses have engaged in to create better relationships with their clients and colleagues. Picking the right gift can be a tough task, but The Artling is here to help! We have carefully put together a collection of vibrant art & functional design pieces perfect for the holiday season, and all year round! ...

November 08, 2021

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An Artling Exclusive: 'Small Things: The Fall Collection' by Dawn Ng...The Artling is pleased to announce the launch of 'Small Things: THE FALL COLLECTION' by Singaporean contemporary artist Dawn Ng. The Fall Collection marks the second season of 'Small Things', a series of a family of paper vessels that have been uniquely handmade in a soft kaleidoscope of shades. 'Small Things' embodies the artist's first foray into the realm of design and is one that demonstrates Dawn's keen sense of materiality and attention to the rawness and irregularity of the handmade object. The Fall Collection ushers in an array of autumnal pigments of blues, taupes, plum, and forest.  The Fall Collection is now available exclusively for purchase on The Artling here!...

November 08, 2021

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The Artling's Top Art & Design Picks for 2021 Holiday Season...The festive season is here! If you’re looking for the perfect gift your loved ones will cherish for a lifetime, look no further. The Artling has once again put together a selection of art & design pieces from our gallery. From prints to design objects to furniture, scroll down for our top picks so you may gift the gift of art this Christmas!  ...

November 05, 2021

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7 Designers Working in Sustainable Design...In our modern world, many businesses are currently looking for ways to drastically reduce carbon emissions, protect the environment and keep the ecosystem in balance. In the world of design, many designers are coming up with ways to produce works that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations. In order to achieve these goals, designers endeavor to create a circular economy -- a regenerative system that many have adopted, when waste is minimised by using long-lasting design materials, or materials that can be reused or recycled. Making products that can last forever is not the only solution to protecting the environment, a circular economy will prevent products from ending up in the landfill, thus significantly reducing pressure on the environment. This is achieved by circulating resources to ensure that materials used in products can be used again in the future.  Sustainable design is similar to a circular economy. It is when designers conservatively use resources, presuming that these resources are limited and should be preserved for the future generations to use as well. It is achieved when products reduce their use of responsibly-sourced materials.  This week, the Artling had the wonderful opportunity to speak to  some leading designers across the globe about their journey with sustainability, why it has become an urgent issue and share some advice with designers looking to pursue sustainability in their works. ...

October 29, 2021


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