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Ai Weiwei's mask fund-raiser art project for COVID-19...
Chambers Fine Arts, a gallery representing the artist Ai Weiwei, has just released the official images and links to purchase these artist-designed masks, in support of COVID 19 Humanitarian Causes. More information on the project below and click on the images to purchase via eBay! "Artist and activist Ai Weiwei is calling for a citizen-led response to humanitarian issues caused by COVID-19. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of Ai Weiwei MASK will benefit the COVID-19 humanitarian and human rights emergency efforts led by Human Rights Watch, Refugees International, and Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF). Beginning May 28 and running through June 27, Ai Weiwei MASK artworks will be sold for USD $50 for single works, USD $300 for a series of four works, and $1500 for a collection set of twenty. Ai Weiwei is using an object synonymous with our times – the face covering – as a canvas, and turning to his familiar medium, the Internet, to provoke wide public engagement."...

May 30, 2020

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Surrealism - Art That Captures The Imagination...
The Artling presents the surrealist art guide for beginners. What is surrealist art? How did the rise of the surrealism art movement come about? Who are the most prominent surrealist artists and artworks?...

May 28, 2020

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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

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New In Design: Featuring 10 of Our Latest Pieces...
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the past few challenging months have made us realize (hopefully!) that our homes can be our sanctuaries; the place where we feel the most comfortable and safe. Never has there been a time in recent years where we have had so many people carrying out every single aspect of their daily work and personal lives at home. Thus, spending all this time at home has given us the opportunity to rethink and reinvent our spaces, especially in terms of how we can spruce them up with some interesting and vibrant pieces! In this article, The Artling brings you the 10 of our newest and most interesting, newly-listed design pieces that could be perfect for your living space! Read on.......

May 26, 2020

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How To Buy High Quality Art Prints...
The Artling’s definitive guide to buying and collecting prints for your home, corporate office, or art collection! Dive into the wonderful world of printmaking from woodcuts to screen prints, originals to editions....

May 19, 2020

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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

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10 Emerging Artists Enriching Surrealist Art...
10 Emerging surrealist artists who are redefining the surrealist art movement. Featuring rising artists with their profile and works....

May 18, 2020

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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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