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Top 10 Art Magazines

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Top 10 Art Magazines

It’s hard to beat the feeling of sitting down with a nice cup of coffee and the latest issue of your favorite art magazine. And even though most publications have transitioned online, there are still a number of great art magazines that maintain a print edition. Below, we’ve gathered our ...

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Understanding the Art Market

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Understanding the Art Market

The international art world is complex and ever-changing. It can be unpredictable, reacting to the people working within it. These include gallerists, auctioneers, collectors, art dealers, art historians, experts, art advisors, brokers and consultants. Viewed from the outside it can seem ...

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Guy and Myriam Ullens Foundation gives rights to its influential limited editions collection to ArtAndOnly

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Guy and Myriam Ullens Foundation gives rights to its influential limited editions collection to ArtAndOnly

The Guy and Myriam Ullens Foundation has given exclusive access to the complete collection of its important limited editions to online platform ArtAndOnly. Influential collectors Guy and Myriam Ullens changed the landscape of contemporary Chinese art with their acclaimed collection, a seminal ...

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10 of the best books on Interior Design

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10 of the best books on Interior Design

Interior design is the art and science of understanding people’s behavior to create functional spaces within a building. Increasingly influential, the last three decades has seen interior design make huge contributions to the artistic landscape. Here at ArtAndOnly we celebrate its influence ...

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Big Bucks

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Big Bucks

Big Bucks, The Explosion of the Art Market in the 21st Century By Georgina Adam In her new book Georgina Adam quotes the former Christie’s chairman Thomas Seydoux as saying, ‘When I started out, 30 years ago, millionaires had boats and jets – but didn’t necessarily have any art at all. That ...

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COLLECTORS INTERVIEW WITH SERGE TIROCHE

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COLLECTORS INTERVIEW WITH SERGE TIROCHE

You have been very active in the world of art since a young age, having been born into a family of successful art dealers. Tell us about your early experiences in the art business, and what inspired you to remain involved over the years. Serge Tiroche: I was born in Israel where my father had ...

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A WORD WITH SCULPTOR ARMEN AGOP

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A WORD WITH SCULPTOR ARMEN AGOP

About Armen Agop Age: 47   |   Nationality:  Egyptian   |   Passion:  Life   |   Influencers:  The sun Worse project:  I forgot it  |  Greatest achievement:  I haven’t achieved it yet  |   Future dreams: Awareness You were born in Egypt from Armenian descent. You are now ...

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The relationship between sculpture and architecture: A conversation with Pablo Reinoso

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The relationship between sculpture and architecture: A conversation with Pablo Reinoso

The lines between sculpture and architecture have always been blurred. We understand both have a critical responsibility to address the physical space and consider tenets of form, scale and material. Certainly by definition, architecture must also confront some utilitarian duties in addition to ...

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Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the only models to go in presenting private collections. Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi lead the way with hôtel vagabond.

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Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the only models to go in presenting private collections. Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi lead the way with hôtel vagabond.

In Singapore, art collectors and hotel owners Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi share their private collection, show their commitment to culture and shake up the art and cultural ecosystem through their newly-developed property, hôtel vagabond. Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the ...

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Art Brussels Profile II: Artist Marsha Cottrell’s Spectral Series

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Art Brussels Profile II: Artist Marsha Cottrell’s Spectral Series

Marsha Cottrell’s mesmerizing and intimately scaled Spectral Series with 11R Gallery at Art Brussels was a clear favorite of many. These mostly vector-based lines in impossibly fine detail and staggering repetition result in a “virtual rubble” of dense compositions. Cottrell uses a ...

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Art Brussel Profile III: Artist Peter Halley’s Metallic Paintings

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Art Brussel Profile III: Artist Peter Halley’s Metallic Paintings

The debut of Peter Halley’s new all-metallic paintings proved quite popular among collectors and gallerists all week. Known as an extraordinary colorist and for consistently challenging the critical relationship and idealization of geometric abstraction, Halley introduced these pearlescent ...

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INTERVIEW WITH LORENZO RUDOLF

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INTERVIEW WITH LORENZO RUDOLF

Lorenzo Rudolf, as Director of Art Basel from 1991 to 2000, you spent more than 10 years developing fairs around the world including the Frankfurt Book Fair, the International Fine Arts Exposition in Palm Beach and ShContemporary in Shanghai. Why did you decide to move to Asia? Lorenzo Rudolf: The ...

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