A mixed bag of articles that focus on making art and its history more accessible and interesting to collectors, design professionals and art enthusiasts alike.
As the world becomes more interconnected and diverse, contemporary artists embrace symbolism as a means to transcend cultural boundaries and tap into the shared human experience.
Fall is an exciting time of year for the New York art world. Galleries kickstart their programs with hundreds of exhibition openings and events and the city gears up for the first round of international art fairs, which attract thousands of art lovers, collectors, and industry professionals every year.
Throughout history, painters and sculptors have felt drawn to the water element, portraying scenes of bathers in rivers, lakes, seas, or the intimacy of their homes. In this article, we will explore the ways in which three contemporary artists navigate their connection with water and the meaning it carries for them.
Whether you are a seasoned collector or just starting out, our article will offer valuable insights into some of the most underrated artists from the 1920s and 1930s
What happens when food is used by activists fighting against climate change?
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re going to explore the stories of New York’s pioneer women gallerists
A must-go for art galleries and professionals: Miami Art Week, as lived by Gabriella Mazza, Agora Gallery’s Artist Liaison.
In lieu of going places, the demand for art inspired by travel and wanderlust is at an all-time high.
Should we buy art that speaks to big issues such as climate change and activism? Is this work meant to be collected?
This year, Black History Month has taken on an even more poignant meaning, but how did we start to celebrate it?
There has never been a better time to starting collecting art!
This month, we celebrate women and the contributions and achievements they have made throughout history, culture, and society.
Regardless of what inspires artists to infuse love into their art, it is their passion that will push them to explore new and innovative concepts.
Traditional media such as drawing, painting, and sculpture could be giving way to powerful new technical means, which in the hands of very adept MFA students, is changing the nature of art.
Venturing further afield to explore the full spectrum of what artists have to offer, from the gallery to the bottom of the sea.