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Modern Art vs. Contemporary Art: Far From Being Similar

Modern Art vs. Contemporary Art: Far From Being Similar

In one of our previous blog posts, we highlighted the difference between modern and postmodern art since these two periods are often confused due to their similar names and historical closeness. In the same breath, many people cannot draw a ...

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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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Nude Art: Epitome of Aesthetics or Moral Vice?

Nude Art: Epitome of Aesthetics or Moral Vice?

What is similar between “Birth of Venus” by Botticelli, “Olympia” by Edouard Manet, and “The Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo? Right, all the iconic artworks feature nude bodies. These paintings are considered the world’s classics, and no one would question ...

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A Faint Light: Deborah Dancy’s Dynamic Art Show at Robischon Gallery

A Faint Light: Deborah Dancy’s Dynamic Art Show at Robischon Gallery

If you love exceptional aesthetics and want to have some exciting experience this summer, take your time to visit Robischon Gallery in Denver, CO. The well-known art gallery is now hosting a solo exhibition of the talented American artist Deborah ...

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Ordinary People in the Emotional Paintings by Anastasiia Usenko

Ordinary People in the Emotional Paintings by Anastasiia Usenko

Sometimes, the source of creative inspiration is closer than most people think. Artists are stereotypically associated with deep thinkers who should spend days and weeks before their muse appears. Much to everyone’s surprise, an artistic stimulus can be found in ...

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Da Race on Wheels: A Collaborative Art Project Uniting the Industry

Da Race on Wheels: A Collaborative Art Project Uniting the Industry

What happens when a professional art logistics company and a talented mural painter join forces? Definitely something worth your attention. Fine Art Shippers, an NYC-based art shipping company, teamed up with the prominent street artist Mitchell Schorr to launch a ...

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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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