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Six emerging artists to watch in 2017

According to The Art Market Report, the global art market in 2016 was worth $56.6bn. An interest with emerging artists has also led to steady sales increases with contemporary art taking a 37% share of overall sales. Creative Debuts and Instagram have joined forces to present #EmergingArtistStories. The event, that will take place on Thursday 1 June, will bring together...

Leonardo da Vinci Painted a Secret Copy of ‘The Last Supper’ and It Still Exists

Turns out The Last Supper had a second course. A near-pristine copy of Leonardo da Vinci‘s iconic painting—created by the Renaissance master and his studio—is offering a glimpse into what one of the world’s most famous artworks looked like when it was new. The Last Supper is simultaneously one of art history’s greatest triumphs and biggest tragedies: The towering artist captured the emotional and dramatic...

A Stunning View of the Northern Lights over Iceland Reflected in a Volcanic Crater Lake

Last month photographer Sigurdur William camped out at the edge of the Kerid volcanic crater lake in Iceland where he captured this unusual view of the Northern lights and stars reflected on the water’s surface. Located in southern Iceland the Kerid is one of many crater lakes in the area that are frequented by locals and tourists alike, some...

V&A Museum of Design Dundee In Scotland will be the most expensive in the region

V&A Museum of Design Dundee will be an international centre of design for Scotland - the first ever design museum to be built in the UK outside London. Renowned architect Kengo Kuma's first British building, V&A Dundee will be a new living room for the city – a place for all to enjoy and be inspired. Our galleries will be the first...

Mermaids vs plastic: the environmental photoshoot Benjamin Von Wong

A very important message for the safety of the beaches and seas. Photographer Benjamin Von Wong is actively fighting against garbage and plastic that litters many beaches, long decomposed, harm marine animals and people. Benjamin is sure that if we are more prudent attitude to the environment, nature gave a much more joys.

“Girl with Pearl Earring” to Undergo Public Examination

One of the world's most famous paintings "Girl with a Pearl Earring" is to undergo a two-week scientific examination in front of curious visitors to the Dutch museum where it lives. The luminescent tableau painted by Dutch master Johannes Vermeer around 1665 was last examined in 1994 during a conservation treatment at the Mauritshuis museum in the centre of The...

Colleges Join the Museum Building Race

The Atlantic has a long piece on college art museums. The story is more of a survey than an argument but, almost incidentally, the author makes the point that colleges are now building art installations as attractions. Indeed, colleges are becoming art-tourist destinations. Last fall, the University of Texas broke ground on Ellsworth Kelly’s kaleidoscopic chapel, “Austin,” the overall design...

Artemis Gallery Pesents an Auction of Ancient Artworks

World history is a subject of endless fascination to collectors of antiquities and ethnographic art. Volumes have been written about how and why ancient cultures lived as they did, but no words can present the story of an early civilization quite as vividly as the art and relics they left behind. At the pinnacle of auction houses known for...

Ernesto Neto: Extravagant Installations

Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto returns to New York for the first time since 2012 to exhibit a solo collection of new works. Tanya Bonakdar Gallery presents an innovative series of Neto’s sculptural pieces across two floors of immersive exhibitions. The artist is known for his extravagant installations and hand-woven fabric sculptures. His large-scale pieces fill gallery spaces with the intention...

Sunflowers fade. Vincent Van Gogh’s Painting May Lose Its Colors

The light-sensitive paint used by artist Vincent van Gogh for the cycle of "Sunflowers" works to pass more accurate shades of yellow, gradually loses its saturation - such data showed X-ray. So far, the changes have not appeared externally, but over time, sunflowers on the canvas of the Dutch artist can become brown, say scientists. The Van Gogh Museum in...

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