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Van Gogh and Japan

Japonisme is a concept used to describe the study of Japanese art and its influence on European artists. It was present in several currents, including art nouveau and post-impressionism. But […]

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Contemporary Art

“Modern art to me is nothing more than the expression of contemporary aims of the age that we’re living in.” Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) Here is a controversial issue par excellence: […]

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Cubism is the innovative artistic movement that emerged in France in the 20th century, between 1907 and 1908. Its creators were the famous Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. It includes […]

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Art Activism

In the ever changing social and political landscape, art remains the constant. Art has always been a way of responding to one’s surroundings, which has often led to societal critique […]


st-Art Breaks Down Barriers with Digital ArtShow: st-Art FACTORY

Amsterdam/Milan/Saint Moritz – The international art platform st-Art is proud to announce a new concept for art lovers all over the world. st-Art FACTORY Art Digital Show is a free […]


Artistic path of Victor Bayonas: Between Bodies and Fate

Victor Bayonas was born in 1999 in Lorca (Murcia). His artistic talent started rising through the study of violin and music at the age of seven.

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How To Start Collecting Art: A Beginners Guide

There are plenty of reasons why people decide to start collecting art. Individuals may go from the desire of managing a precious piece of history to a way of merely supporting the arts.


Intro To Abstract Art:
Three Simple Tips

Abstract art is a non-realistic way to depict a subject. As a definition, abstract art is the 20th-century movement characterized by the reduction of natural appearances into simplified forms.


Bernadette Sterk: ‘Portraits of Myself’

Bernadette Sterk is a young dutch self-taught artist currently living in Utrecht. She comes from an artistic family as her uncle and cousin are quite re-known artists in the Netherlands.


Enza La Giusa: Indefinite (Digital) Mode

Enza La Giusa was born in Sicily (Nicosia, Italy) in 1983. She moved to Catania, where she still lives and works, to study Theatre and Set Design at the Fine Art Academy.

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Tips For a Proper Artwork Submission

Submitting your artwork in the right way it’s essential for receiving good feedbacks and results. An artist’s statement and a proposal will give the organization or platform you are talking to a professional image of who you are. It’s implied how the grammar and spelling should be impeccable, but the true big fish to capture is the buyer’s attention.


Anna Lambert: Only Animals

Born and raised in Amsterdam, Anna Lambert is one of the few real Amsterdammers still living and working in the city. As both her parents were architects, she grew up in a creative environment.

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