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DESIGNART TOKYO 2019 Is Here...
DESIGNART TOKYO is back with its 3rd edition from October 18th to 27th, 2019! With over 100 participating venues, this innovative crossover of art, design, fashion, and food transforms all of Tokyo into a museum of design and art.  Buoyed by the resounding success of DESIGNART TOKYO 2018 with approximately 120,000 visitors, the Art & Design Festival is aiming to have over 200,000 visitors this year. To scale up the event this year two new areas, Ginza and Shinjuku, will be used by the exhibition in addition to the Harajuku, Omotesando and Aoyama areas....

October 19, 2019

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Art Taipei 2019: What To Expect In Its 26th Edition...
The 26th edition of one of the oldest and leading art fairs in Asia, Art Taipei, will take place from 18 to 21 October 2019 at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall. The major theme of this year’s exhibition – Reproduction of Light – displaying the infinite possibilities of the Chinese art circle allows the exhibition’s proud history to transform into even more eye-catching brilliance. Art Taipei 2019 will showcase the works of 140 galleries from 12 countries including 16 selected small and medium galleries for ASIA+. In total, 65 Taiwanese galleries, 67 overseas galleries along with the 8 artists shown at “MIT – Taiwan Young Artists Connection with the World” that is held in partnership with the Ministry of Culture will be in attendance. To uphold the ideal of  “academia first, then the market”, the exhibition will also hold 4-weekend art seminars, 13 art salons, the Taipei art forum, display and performance of the light of art, and topical discussion on art collecting and promotion....

October 18, 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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José Parlá on Collective Memory...
Bringing both art to the streets and street art to white cube gallery spaces, artist José Parlá's observations of society and his environment go all the way back to the walls of his childhood, as he appreciated society's efforts to hide deteriorating concrete by plastering fresh coats of paint on top. Actively involved in hip-hop's underground art culture since the age of ten, his practice aims to change the misperception of graffiti and Street Art as vandalism, reinstating how Street Art is the people's Art; an Art that is in tune with the times and a visual representation of the effects of politics on society.  His solo showcase 'Textures of Memory' is his take on society's collective memory of which life and Art seem to dissolve, integrating seamlessly and beautifully within the layers of paint on city walls over time. Parlá's artworks simulate the process of decay through time, resulting in incredible textures on his canvases from the aggressive tearing down of posters and advertisements from walls that leave fragments of paper and adhesive residue to build up along with layers of writings and paint. We spoke with the artist on the occasion of his Hong Kong exhibition to find out more about his inspirations....

October 11, 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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On The Rise: Lis Tamara on Painting what Makes her Happy...
As part of ‘On The Rise', a new segment showcasing emerging creatives on The Artling Artzine, we get to know Lis Tamara and her practice a little more, why she has chosen to paint, and what she’s currently exploring in her journey as an artist....

September 27, 2019

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Artists Recycling their way to Large-Scale Installations...
Creative artists are using recycled art bring to light the impact of waste on the environment by turning what seems to many as trash into amazing art....

September 27, 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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