Should we buy art that speaks to big issues such as climate change and activism? Is this work meant to be collected?
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.
A self-proclaimed storyteller, Al Saleh’s cloaked narratives investigate Emirati culture and aim to unpack societal views about how it is portrayed by the mainstream media.
Sempu Nakajima attempts to break Japanese characters free from their traditional form, while simultaneously respecting their beauty and tradition.
An alluring cocktail of mystery and nostalgia, Evelyna Helmer’s representational collages redirect us into a fragmented world of unanswered questions, entropy and isolation.
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Yetty Elzas interprets and translates the sentiments of her life journey into potent bronze sculptures.
Juxtaposing “absolute beauty with the morbidity of death”, Sandra Nitchie’s portraits are truly profound.