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Tomokazu Matsuyama Unveils Lustrous 15-Foot Sculpture in Celebration of Meiji Shrine Centennial...
In celebration of the Meiji Shrine’s 100th anniversary, Tomokazu Matsuyama has unveiled a 15-foot stainless steel sculpture entitled Wheels of Fortune as part of the Meiji Jingu Forest Festival of Art, curated by Art Powers Japan. This will be the first ever outdoor sculpture exhibition at the shrine, with Matsuyama amongst the four artists: Kohei Nawa, Misa Funai, and Atsuhiko Misawa selected to participate....

May 17, 2020

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City Spotlight: Jakarta | #ArtInMyCity...
This week, The Artling explores Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia and the most populous city in Southeast Asia. Over the last decade, Jakarta has grown into an important arts destination in Asia, for both its modern and contemporary arts sphere....

May 12, 2020

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10 Art-Related Books to Read...
Navigating the art world can be tricky, and sometimes it can be difficult to find a starting point when in search for the perfect read. Lovers of books, this one’s for you. Here at The Artling, we bring you a list of some of the most influential and important art historical books that will draw you into a whole new, creative, and imaginative world. These insightful and education reads will enable you to discover more about the dynamic art world, and learn more about your favourite artists, colle...

May 08, 2020

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How To Start Collecting Photography: An Art Collector's Guide...
The Artling's guide on how to start collecting photography & why it is worth incorporating modern and contemporary photography into your art collection!...

May 05, 2020

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City Spotlight: Bangkok | #ArtInMyCity...
This week, the Artling takes a closer look at Thailand’s capital city of Bangkok, a lively and colourful city that is home to more than ten million people. Known for its historic temples, markets, and nightlife, the bustling and culturally diverse city is a cornucopia of sights, sounds and experiences. Such fusion of history and heritage, paired with the city's contemporary pulse has established Bangkok as a major creative hub in Southeast Asia....

May 04, 2020

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Top Things To Do For Quarantined Art Collectors...
The Artling's list of great things to do for art collectors in the quarantine period. From reading books, watching movies, to supporting your local art community - we've covered it all for your dose of art inspiration....

May 04, 2020

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8 Female Pop Art Artists Redefining The Genre...
The Artling looks at 8 female pop art artists who are redefining the contemporary pop art genre in creative new ways and making their mark across the globe....

May 04, 2020

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oneseo Choi on Environmentally Conscious & Sustainable Design...
This week, the Artling had the wonderful opportunity to speak with South Korean based designer and artist oneseo Choi to learn more about his design process, and to better understand why sustainable approaches have greatly influenced his practice....

May 03, 2020

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How Artists, Designers & Art Institutions are Helping to Fight COVID-19...
Take a look at how the art and design world has responded to the coronavirus outbreak, and what fundraisers as well as initiatives have been set-up to help those in need....

April 29, 2020

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The Hour Glass 40 Presents: The Lives of Artists - A Series of Short Films by The Hour Glass...
On the occasion of The Hour Glass's 40th anniversary, the specialist watch retailer will be premiering a series of short films over the next two months on nine of the world’s leading creatives and artisans. Featuring in order of appearance Maximilian Büsser, Sir David Adjaye OBE RA, Rexhep Rexhepi, Daniel Arsham, Wieki Somers, Roger W. Smith, Marc Newson, Oki Sato, Felix Baumgartner, and Martin Frei. Commissioned by The Hour Glass, these portraits profile the journey of these cultural wunderkinds and document their dedication to their craft. The Hour Glass’ fundamental mission is to advance watch culture by celebrating the patrimony and tradition of the watchmaking arts. As an organization that has devoted its entirety to this industry, we felt it was only appropriate that for our 40th anniversary, we pay tribute to this mission. And to do so by beginning a conversation on how watches and its makers intrinsically belong to the cultural milieu of contemporary art and design, providing a new point of departure for watchmaking. The Artling was pleased to be involved in the film shoots for the portraits of Sir David Adjaye OBE RA of Adjaye Associates, contemporary artist Daniel Arsham, Dutch designer Studio Wieki Somers, Australian designer Marc Newson and Japanese designer Oki Sato of nendo, in conjunction with the Then Now Beyond exhibition. ...

April 28, 2020

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