Important tips about collecting and caring for art
In September Agora Gallery made its way back to the Metropolitan Pavilion, home to the New York Affordable Art Fair, presenting an exhilarating selection of original contemporary artworks in a variety of media.
A few simple rules can ensure that commissioning an artwork is a smooth, harmonious collaboration of ideas.
Good lighting makes a difference in how people view a piece of art.
No matter your style, we’ve got tips and tricks for your home in order to bring out your personality and taste.
From December 1 to 5 we look forward to seeing you at Red Dot Miami, booth R115
Street art has a definite aesthetic influence on William Atkinson’s paintings, but it also deeply influences the structure of his studio time.
Danny Johananoff’s photography seeks to share stories from his journeys and allow audiences to be transported, if only for a moment.
Here are a few tips on how to navigate the bustling fair environments as a collector.
How does one go about collecting art, in other words, what drives sales? Investments, current trends and “coups de cœur”.
The return of the Affordable Art Fair in Chelsea this year is a beacon of hope for those who need the arts more than ever this year.
Selecting an artwork may be based on intuition or an emotional response, but before choosing an artwork you must consider where you want to obtain it from – the primary or the secondary art market.
Besides making your home a more beautiful place to live, you should also try making it bigger through artwork.
Whether a piece of art is a product of the artist’s imagination or a portrayal of an existing location on this earth, one thing is certain: it can take you anywhere you allow it to.
Collecting contemporary Asian art is a demanding experience that, like its geography, covers much ground.