The global issues with copyright in the art world are a problem as serious as the lack of market transparency. To see why it happens and how copyright infringement works, use the following short yet informative guide.
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Truth be told, most of the people who want to take pictures professionally are actually self-taught artists. It doesn’t mean that there is no place where you are taught to be an expert cameraperson. Today, we will take a look at six world’s best photography schools in 2022.
Art museums are the best introduction to art. Once you enter the door of a building, you immerse in an exciting realm of historical and cultural aesthetics. However, if you are a hardcore museum-goer and it is difficult to impress you, below you will find some unique museums where your spirit will be refreshed!
The A-list Hollywood star Brad Pitt publicly debuted as a sculptor with his first works on view at the Sara Hilden Art Museum in Tampere, Finland. Neither did the actor attend the event, nor did he and the museum share any details about the success of the exhibition.
De Stijl was the Netherlands-based art movement that was the innovative product of its time. Learn more about its key concepts and figures.
Art dealers are notorious for obscuring prices, which results in a large number of manipulations, money-laundering schemes, and other troubles. Why are transparency and trust so underregulated, why does it matter, and how can it be changed in the years to come? Explore some key facts in our blog post!
The digital age is characterized by unrelenting technological progress. This is great in the working world as processes become streamlined and new platforms allow us to outsource functions outside our core business. But what will be the impact of technology on art?
Primitive camera technologies would be virtually unrecognizable today, as innovations in photography have been picking up at a fast pace since the turn of the century. Pinhole Images have been in place as early as the 4th century by projecting a small image into a larger surface. The second iteration of pinhole technology is known as the camera obscura, which served as the basis for more advanced camera models.