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5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Art Galleries More

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Art Galleries More

Every art gallery is a temple of aesthetics where art finds its meaning. Many people still mistakenly believe that art galleries exist for art collectors and enthusiasts only. In reality, everybody can benefit from visiting galleries, no matter whether they ...

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Why Is Art Important? 5 Fundamental Purposes of Art

Why Is Art Important? 5 Fundamental Purposes of Art

The questions, “What is art?” and “Why is it important?” seem to have the same degree of uncertainty and controversy as the question, “What is the meaning of life?” At a glance, these matters are unsolvable because you have to ...

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Italian Art of the Proto-Renaissance Period at the Hermitage

Italian Art of the Proto-Renaissance Period at the Hermitage

Art exhibitions come in all shapes and sizes. Some feature cutting-edge art, while others pay tribute to the masters of the past. There is also a special type of exhibition, which is devoted to exceptionally rare art that most people ...

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The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) Has Unveiled Two New Exhibits

The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) Has Unveiled Two New Exhibits

Any art exhibition is an exhilarating and rewarding experience that every person should live through. If you want to break the monotony of your life and add new colors to it, you should take a look at the two new ...

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Chashama: Shaping the New York Art World with Support and Kindness

Chashama: Shaping the New York Art World with Support and Kindness

The life of an emerging artist is full of excitement, but it is also full of difficulties. The art market rules are so stringent and chaotic that it sometimes seems impossible to tread your way to creative and financial freedom, ...

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Kacho-e Art by Koson Ohara at Ronin Gallery

Kacho-e Art by Koson Ohara at Ronin Gallery

Have you ever heard the term “kacho-e”? Little do western people know about one of the most sublime and dazzling traditional genres in Chinese and Japanese painting. Kacho-e literally means “bird-and-flower pictures” and is known for its soft colors and ...

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Grace House Mural: Energetic and Vibrant Pop Art by Keith Haring

Grace House Mural: Energetic and Vibrant Pop Art by Keith Haring

Keith Haring is, without a doubt, one of the central pop art icons of all time. His art is widely recognized for its expansive visual style and rich symbolic language. Though the great artist deceased in 1990, his legacy still ...

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Trailblazing Art by Dutch and Russian Artists at “Pending Futures”

Trailblazing Art by Dutch and Russian Artists at “Pending Futures”

COVID-19 has altered the way people perceive reality. Virtual life has become the answer to the probing times, as more and more people have started accepting the digital world as their new home and place of work. Contemporary artists are ...

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