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Understanding the Art Market

Books, Market

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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Pascal Dombis and Gil Percal Perspectives Inversées unveiled at Palais-Royal

Exhibitions

Pascal Dombis and Gil Percal Perspectives Inversées unveiled at Palais-Royal

Pascal Dombis and architect Gil Percal unveiled their collaborative installation piece Perspectives Inversées in the heart of the Jardin du Palais-Royal, Paris this month. Perspectives Inversées is the newest piece to feature amongst the contemporary works also in the Palais-Royal site and will ...

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An Interview with Roberto Coda Zabetta

Interviews

An Interview with Roberto Coda Zabetta

Please describe your process and what is it about unorthodox materials that inspires you?  In 2012, after more than ten years of research during a period of my life that was strongly characterized by the use of figurative, monotone painting, it felt like I had come to a standstill, resulting in ...

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Oliver Clegg Monograph January 2017

Books

Oliver Clegg Monograph January 2017

Launched in 2016 by UK publishing house Anomie, Oliver Clegg’s first artist monograph is a must buy for those with a finger on the pulse of contemporary art. The 288-page hardback publication takes readers on a journey that outlines the meteoric rise of the New York-based British artist’s ...

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In Praise of Cy Twombly

Exhibitions, Voices

In Praise of Cy Twombly

“It’s like a nervous system. It’s not described, it’s happening. The feeling is going on with the task. The line is the feeling, from a soft thing, a dreamy thing, to something hard, something arid, something lonely, something ending, something beginning.” Born in Lexington, Virginia in ...

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Our pick of the top 10 exhibitions 2017

Exhibitions, News

Our pick of the top 10 exhibitions 2017

Opening now but running through to 2017 here are ArtAndOnly’s choice of 10 the best of the major shows to take you through the festive period and into 2017. Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction, The Museum of Modern, Art November 21, 2016 – March 19, 2017 ...

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Best Solo Shows by Women Artists in the UK

Exhibitions, News

Best Solo Shows by Women Artists in the UK

Amie Sigel’s Strata, opening at South London Gallery this January, explores the value systems attached to natural materials and to man-made objects. In her first solo exhibition in the UK, New York-based Siegel presents large-scale recent video works that delve into such seemingly divergent ...

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Adriana Molder Interview

Interviews

Adriana Molder Interview

How do you select imagery for your work? Which faces or images appeal? Film images inspire my paintings and drawings so I watch a lot! Since images are everywhere from newspapers to the Internet anything can inspire me if it strikes me in the right way. Each series I create is related to some event ...

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A Brief Guide to International Sculptors

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A Brief Guide to International Sculptors

This list brings together the best of international contemporary sculptors in the world working in the world today. From pop to the political, the artists below span a huge swathe of disciplines and concepts. Ai Weiwei Back in 2011 the editors of ArtReview magazine named the Chinese dissident Ai ...

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Artists to Watch in 2017

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Artists to Watch in 2017

With 2017 around the corner comes a barrage of gallery exhibitions, museum shows, and art fairs brimming with the latest artists. In preparation, ArtAndOnly’s curatorial team have uncovered the 10 most global artists to watch this coming year. The artists listed below hail from Pakistan to Paris, ...

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Michael Peppiatt – Francis Bacon in Your Blood Review

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Michael Peppiatt – Francis Bacon in Your Blood Review

Published in 2015, Francis Bacon in Your Blood received rave reviews for its no-holds-barred portrait of the artist in his natural habitat. ArtAndOnly talked to the author, Michael Peppiatt about his bestselling memoir. As a 21-year-old Cambridge undergraduate, Peppiatt came to London in 1963 to ...

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Best Digital Artists Working Today

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Best Digital Artists Working Today

As seen in the latest global art fairs some of the most exciting new art is also the most cutting edge. Art and technology have become more intertwined than ever before, providing new ways to mix different types of media, allowing more human interaction or simply making the process of creating art ...

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