Different movements and styles co-exist in the great mix of the global art scene. Some of them were established decades ago and are now being reimagined by contemporary artists in new original ways. Figurative art, in particular, has gone through a lot of changes. Artists have been portraying humans for as long as art has existed, but what exactly is it about figurative art that keeps attracting artists to it these days?
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Nothing embodies the spirit of innovativeness and creativity as mixed media art, a technique that resides at the intersection of different mediums. While it might sound more complex than other traditional art forms, it really does not have to be that way. Making art is supposed to be fun and fulfilling, and there is no one right way to be creative.
On March 9, London-based JD Malat Gallery is opening a new exhibition titled “Connect.” It will feature the latest series of expressive paintings by Andrew Litten, a well-established English artist, whose art has been displayed in many notable venues across the world, including Tate Modern and the Venice Biennale. Litten’s second solo exhibition at JD Malat Gallery will once again present the artist’s diverse talents and unique artistic vision.
On March 5, New York City Estate Auction held by Auctions at Showplace will once again welcome art lovers to view the 280 lots coming from estates of the New York metro area. Let us feast our eyes on some of the highlights of the upcoming auction.
Climate change is one of the most discussed topics in the modern world. To combat the harmful influences of human activity, people started looking for ways to make their lives ‘greener.’ This mindset has been adopted by many contemporary artists. We can currently see an increasing number of talented people abandoning conventional art mediums in favor of used materials. Let’s dive into the reasons why recycled art is so popular in this day and age.
Iryna Fedorenko, also known as SEMIRA, is a well-established Ukrainian artist who has been creating art for more than two decades now. Iryna's art is always thought-provoking and emotional, but her recent works focused on the horrors of war and the pride of the Ukrainian people deserve special attention.
Art has literally transcended dimensions, challenging everything we know about the relationship between the viewer and the artwork. It is almost as if contemporary artists have realized that they do not want their creations to hang behind glass or stand on a pedestal. Immersive installations give art lovers an opportunity to slightly lift the veil separating them from the artwork.
Culturally Art Collective is an international non-profit organization founded with the objective of making art accessible to everyone. The founders of this online platform strongly believe in using art as a tool for change and social justice. The organization constantly gives artists of different backgrounds opportunities to bring their unique voices to the global art scene. This time, Culturally Art Collective is hosting a virtual exhibition titled On the Rise, which is dedicated to highlighting the pressing issue of climate change.