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2019 Shanghai Art Week: 10 Private Museums In China You Must Visit...
Don't miss our list of must-visit China's top private contemporary art museums established by the super-rich art collectors in the Shanghai Art Week 2019....

November 01, 2019

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Art Buyer's Guide: Buying Paintings vs Drawings...
This art buyer's guide shares key differences and strategic considerations between buying a painting versus buying a drawing from a buyer’s perspective....

October 30, 2019

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Still Happening: Gender Inequality in Art...
A place from which to continue the conversation regarding gender inequality in the arts is to acknowledge that this has been, and remains to be an international issue. Despite oppositions, artists and organizations have inspiring and well-documented histories of working with resilience through such inequalities. This article does not attempt to fully address the massive issue of gender inequality on an international scale but rather seeks to provide a glimpse into the current news around this topic as well as examples of artists who are forging forward and making a dent. Last month, the New York Times reported the astonishing yet not surprising finding that a mere 11% of museum acquisitions were of artworks created by artists who identified as women. Since the release of this article, a necessary discussion has (re)occurred once again acknowledging the issue of inequality in the arts. The organization “National Museum of Women in the Arts,” based in Washington DC provides resources and guides for fixing the gender gap that has long existed in the arts. On the NMWA website are sources to consult for education, leadership and the art market, among others. Of this, the organization’s mission is to empower female artists with the resource of information. Furthermore, significant U.S. based feminist artist Judy Chicago recently has been acknowledged for the significant impact she has made to art history with decades of influential art through fighting the erasure of female artists such as herself.  ...

October 25, 2019

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10 Contemporary Artists We're Following on Instagram...
At The Artling, we understand and appreciate Instagram's impact on the art world. From emerging artists to established game-changers, it provides a platform to promote artworks, get feedback on works in progress, and connect with followers by sharing behind-the-scenes glimpses into their creative processes and personal lives. At the same time, art lovers and collectors can discover new artworks, brighten up their feeds with creative visuals, or connect with their favorite artists. Here is a selection of 10 emerging and popular contemporary artists and designers we're following on Instagram for their creative and inspiring artwork!...

October 17, 2019

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How To Start An Art Collection Without Breaking The Bank...
“Banksy Painting ‘Devolved Parliament’ Sells for $12 Million” “Artist Yoshitomo Nara's Cartoon Girl Breaks Record, Sold For 25 Million” When we read headlines like these, we often think that collecting art is only for the rich and famous. And it's true to a certain degree - buying artwork by renowned artists can be quite an expensive affair. But that’s a small segment of all the art world.  For the rest, collecting art doesn't have to feel out of reach or like a distant dream. You can start an art collection on a budget and it’s a lot easier than you think.  There can’t be a better example than Herbert and Dorothy Vogel. Once described as "proletarian art collectors," this couple amassed a collection of over 4,782 works while working as civil servants in New York City. Their collection, consisting mostly of minimalist and conceptual art, has been called one of the most important post-1960s art collections in the United States. What truly set them apart from what most may consider the stereotypical art collector is that they only bought pieces they personally liked and could carry home on the subway or in a taxi and displayed and stored their collection in their rent-controlled one-bedroom apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Buying your first artwork can be an overwhelming task when you don’t know what to buy, where to buy, or how to buy within your budget. Whether you are looking for a contemporary statement piece or want to invest in art for your home, there are many ways to build an impressive art collection without breaking the bank and have a richly rewarding experience in the process. The Artling shows you how to curate an art collection you love and feel proud of while staying within your budget....

October 11, 2019

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15 Art Residencies in Europe For Emerging Artists...
Comprehensive list of artist residencies in Europe for artists from all over the world....

October 04, 2019

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Asia Art Archive’s 2019 Annual Fundraiser is Around the Corner!...
Asia Art Archive’s Annual Fundraiser returns once again for its 2019 edition, seeking to continue their support for education and research on contemporary art in Asia....

September 26, 2019

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Full-Bodied Art: Vineyards by Art Lovers...
Enjoy the delicious pairing of art and wine from estates across the world in the form of large-scale art installations in breath-taking settings....

September 20, 2019

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The SXSW Art Program’s Open Call is Accepting Applications!...
The SXSW Art Program’s open call is now accepting applications, and selected creatives will have their works exhibited at SXSW Austin in 2020....

September 03, 2019

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The Ultimate Guide to Art Residencies in the United States 2019...
Comprehensive list of more than 100 artist residencies in the United States. Available to artists from all over the world....

August 22, 2019

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