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MUZA — New Album by the Russian Artist and Poet Eva Mayer

MUZA — New Album by the Russian Artist and Poet Eva Mayer

One of the most fascinating aspects of contemporary art — no matter whether it comes to painting, music, or photography — is artists’ tendency to use various forms and media to achieve something qualitatively different and new. Such an innovative ...

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The Kids & Art 4-Day Virtual Summit and Benefit Art Show

The Kids & Art 4-Day Virtual Summit and Benefit Art Show

Statistically, 43 children are diagnosed with cancer and approximately 6 children die daily. Such horrific numbers are but a wake-up call for the whole humanity that a deadly and long-standing disease is still hovering around and that people should continue ...

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New Art Projects by the Spanish Artist Carlos García Lahoz

New Art Projects by the Spanish Artist Carlos García Lahoz

We already wrote about the masterful Spanish artist Carlos García Lahoz and his substantial contribution to the development of Spanish-Ukrainian art. If you have enjoyed reading about the life and work of this amazing contemporary sculptor, we have marvelous news ...

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Fine Art Shippers’ Next Art Shuttle Is Scheduled for September 26

Fine Art Shippers’ Next Art Shuttle Is Scheduled for September 26

Fine Art Shippers, a reputable Manhattan-based art logistics company, has recently announced the upcoming cross-country art shuttle going from Texas. The shuttle is leaving the “Lone Star State” on September 26. Thereby, if you want your invaluable art, fine furniture, ...

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Art Shuttle New York – Texas Is Leaving on September 21

Art Shuttle New York – Texas Is Leaving on September 21

Fine Art Shippers has been specializing in art logistics for a good deal of years now. The NYC-based family-owned art shipping company has long earned the name of reputable and dependable professionals on the market. Amongst a rich variety of ...

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Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

An experiment is by far the most effective and at the same time capricious means of exploring new ground in the realm of fine art. When an artist starts to mix elements of different natures, the chances are always high ...

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Back to Normal Life: NYC Museum Reopenings Announced

Back to Normal Life: NYC Museum Reopenings Announced

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the industry of art pretty hard. New York City, being worldly renowned for its vast and colorful art scene, is one of those places that have suffered blatantly severe damage. Up to this point, there ...

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Art Shuttle New York – Florida Will Leave on August 24

Art Shuttle New York – Florida Will Leave on August 24

We have great news for those who live on the East Coast of the United States and want to ship their artworks from New York City to South Florida or back. Fine Art Shippers has scheduled its next art shuttle ...

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