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Filippo Sciascia on Breaking Away from the Conventions of Conceptual Art...
The Artling interviews Bali-based artist, Filippo Sciascia, to discover more about his diverse and multi-faceted artistic practice. A highly experimental artist, we learn more about how his works cross the boundaries between art and science, and move towards the ethereal spheres of universality....

June 17, 2020

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An Art Buyer’s Guide to Collecting Contemporary Design...
A collector's guide to start collecting contemporary design and express your personality through physical objects displayed in your home....

June 15, 2020

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New In: Artworks from Promising Artists...
This week, The Artling has put together some of our new artworks that can add warmth and liveliness to your home! From cyanotype prints to unique minimalist paintings, these talented artists showcase a variety of their work, tackling personal expression through nature, femininity, and more. Check out these 10 of our most recently-listed artworks from promising artists to add to your collection! ...

June 15, 2020

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Challenging the Canon: How Artists have Raised LGBTQ+ Awareness Through Art...
This Pride month, The Artling looks at 10 influential artists whose iconic works have played an important role in raising awareness for LGBTQ+ rights....

June 11, 2020

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12 Glass Artists: Between Tradition & Innovation...
As a decorative art, glassmaking is often overlooked - but it's actually one of the hardest and challenging artistic medium to work with. Characterized by transparency, fragility, and strength, glasswork requires mental and physical strain. Founded in London in 1999, Vessel Gallery aims to be a major destination for all those who appreciate contemporary art-glass sculpture and decorative lighting. From the stunning simplicity of Scandinavian crystal, via flamboyant Italian art glass, to the best of British and International creative talents, all pieces are unique or limited edition and have been carefully edited to show an unparalleled selection of contemporary design and craft. Vessel Gallery also edits its own editions, an on-going programme working with emerging and established studio artists and designers, producing unique collections of exclusive limited edition art works in glass and other materials. The collections span from lighting, wall panels, hanging sculptures and interior objects. The majority of the collections are handcrafted by the artists and designers in their studios but also handmade in collaboration with skilled craftsmen from all over the world. Here, The Artling looks at 12 innovative glass artists from Vessel Gallery, who are working with glass and taking fresh and contemporary approaches to the medium! ...

June 04, 2020

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Simone Crestani artistry in Glass: A Celebration of Lightness and Fragility...
Inspired by the never-ending variety of the natural world, Crestani's glass works are characterised by shapes of animals and plants magically coming to life, even in their tiniest details, in a celebration of lightness and transparency. Check it out!...

June 04, 2020

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How Millennial Collectors Are Buying & Discovering Art...
The rapid rise of millennial art collectors is changing the art landscape. Find out how millennials are discovering, buying, and influencing art....

June 03, 2020

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How to Commission a Mural: A Step-by-Step Guide...
Learn more about commissioning a mural in The Artling's step-by-step guide, outlining the six key stages and processes from start to finish....

June 02, 2020

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The sculptural woodwork of Hiroyuki Nishimura...
Even though clay still remains to be one of the most worked materials in arts and crafts, wood carving similarly qualitifes as a very ancient and versatile medium, with a history that dates back thousands of years. Recognized for its solid and resistant qualities, wood ages naturally, is a great representation of nature within the home environment and also complements a wide range of styles.  In this feature, we wanted to share some amazingly hand-crafted art and design pieces by Japanese sculptor Hiroyuki Nishimura, who uses wood as his central material - in a sustainable way. All his works are carved from logs into characteristic shapes and most of the wood he utilizes for his works is unusable for other purposes. Instead of wasting the unusable material he finds, Nishimura uses the leftover wood as a suitable material for furniture or architectural use. The  irregularities, cracks and splits that you see in some of the pieces are deliberate and celebrated as part of the piece itself, where the artist does not necessarily seek perfection, but pays more attention to the overall form. Through his artistic effort, Nishimura conveys an eco-message by raising awareness and encouraging an ethic of cherishing and conservation. Check out these beautifully carved pieces by Nishimura, to add warmth, elegance, and liveliness into your interiors! ...

June 01, 2020

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House of Strawberries: An Immersive Installation by JUJU WANG...
As the first exhibition in our Shanghai private viewing space since the COVID-19 crisis, we are pleased to present House of Strawberries, a solo exhibition by acclaimed Chinese-American artist Juju Wang. This site-specific installation serves as a representation of the influences we have on our surrounding environment. The artwork provides a timely consideration of humanity's impact on the planet. ...

June 01, 2020

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