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Your one-stop-shop for all things sustainable in the world of art collecting. Here are some easy tips on how to remain eco-conscious while shopping for your new piece.
Even though Brooklyn and Manhattan are only one bridge away, the two host two different art scenes. Curious about the differences and similarities? This episode of Chats with Curina covers it all.
The sound, wardrobe, and sentiment that have defined the movement is back in force. Let's take a look back at the visual arts that went along with it.
Halloween is the perfect holiday to dress up and pretend to be someone else for the night. From Goblins to sexy nurse the choice is up to you. However, your halloween costume also says something about you. Ever wondered why you gravitate towards certain costumes and the link between that and what art you like? See which costume best suits you and see what your style of art is.
A quieter MoMA is like seeing a frame without the painting. It’s also like realizing that said frame is some kind of twisted conceptual art that is in itself art.
Minimalist art makes us stop, take a pause, and it forces us to think. In fact its subject matter is our own perception and the context it is embedded in.
Tough times have always produced the most memorable of art movements.
More from the Brooklyn-based, Wisconsin born painter Kimmy Quilin...
Humor-inspired artist who “wants to ride a zebra”, will NOT judge you for touching his works