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Author Archives: Nathalie Soo

Art That Highlights Climate Change

Art That Highlights Climate Change

Discover artists who shed light on the impact of climate change and who use art as a form of activism. These artists challenge pre-existing notions of art-making by re-thinking and re-contextualizing the conditions in which art is produced and presented to the viewer.

August 23, 2020

How to Buy Art Online: A Handy Guide to Buying Original Art Online

How to Buy Art Online: A Handy Guide to Buying Original Art Online

Buy art online with this step-by-step beginners guide. Learn how to navigate the online art space and decorate your walls with original and affordable art.

July 25, 2020

The Ultimate Guide to Starting an Art Collection

The Ultimate Guide to Starting an Art Collection

Are you looking to build an art collection but unsure where to start? Learn everything you need to know about acquiring art as The Artling shares essential tips on what, why, and how to invest in art.

July 03, 2020

Mary Rozell, UBS Art Collection Global Head, on the Evolving Art Market

Mary Rozell, UBS Art Collection Global Head, on the Evolving Art Market

The Artling interviews Mary Rozell, Global Head of UBS Art Collection as she shares her experiences overseeing one of the largest and most important corporate art collections. Comprised of over 30,000 artworks, Rozell discusses how the collection has evolved under her direction and what she envisages for the company’s future acquisitions and commissions.

June 24, 2020

Understanding Abstract Art: An Art Collector's Guide

Understanding Abstract Art: An Art Collector's Guide

The Artling presents an easy guide to buying abstract art. Learn how to read abstract art, what makes an abstract artwork good, and how to narrow your abstract artwork selection.

June 22, 2020

Challenging the Canon: How Artists have Raised LGBTQ+ Awareness Through Art

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

How Millennial Collectors Are Buying & Discovering Art

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

12 Virtual Exhibitions to Check Out this June

12 Virtual Exhibitions to Check Out this June

Adapting to present circumstances, various galleries around the world have created virtual viewing rooms and online exhibitions to keep the art world connected during this time. Although some countries are easing out of social distancing or lockdown measures, other nations are continuing to grapple with the current pandemic as best they can. For those who still can't leave their homes, here are 12 exhibitions that you need to check out this June.

May 30, 2020

New Art Fair 'Unscheduled' Launches in Hong Kong this June

New Art Fair 'Unscheduled' Launches in Hong Kong this June

A new art fair, ‘Unscheduled’, will be launching in Hong Kong next month, organised by Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA). The event, which will take place from 17 – 27 June 2020 will be held in a heritage-listed Duplex Studio at Tai Kwun Centre of Heritage & Arts for its inaugural year.

May 26, 2020

City Spotlight: Kuala Lumpur | #ArtInMyCity

City Spotlight: Kuala Lumpur | #ArtInMyCity

This week, we spotlight Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia and a city gleaming with skyscrapers, colonial architecture, natural attractions and bustling street markets. Interweaving Malay, Chinese, and Indian traditions into its rich heritage and culture, KL has produced some of the most important modern and contemporary artists as well as sculptors within the region. With a flourishing art market, it is perhaps the unique mesmerising charm of the city that has made it such an attractive env

May 18, 2020

Tomokazu Matsuyama Unveils Lustrous 15-Foot Sculpture in Celebration of Meiji Shrine Centennial

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

City Spotlight: Jakarta | #ArtInMyCity

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