Free and open to all, the international exhibition features work by contemporary artists placed in the majestic AlUla desert, home to a lush oasis valley, towering sandstone mountains and ancient heritage sites.Read Press Release
For 'What Lies Within', pieces from the past two decades by 17 artists from the collection of Saudi patron and collector Basma AlSulaiman will be on display, curated by artist Lulwah AlHomoud.Read Press Release
John Westbay's first solo art exhibition will be taking place on September 23rd 2021 at Gallery 23 in Chelsea Manhattan and will feature a wide array of new paintings and other exciting releases.Read Press Release
The recently launched Dubai Collection is the Emirate's first institutional art collection, created in the city and for the city, built through a new, innovative model of patronage. Featuring leading Modernist and Contemporary artists from the MENASA region and beyond, reflecting the unique creative spirit of Dubai.Read Press Release
Enacted over a single day, "Tabula Rasa" consists of 439 handmade clay spheres containing seeds that will be offered to the public to take away with them in order to plant at home.Read Press Release
The fund will help qualified investors reap the benefits of art as an alternative asset, using a timely structure to protect and grow their wealth.Read Press Release
After 15 years of dedicated artistic work, Russian artist Katerina Belkina released her first art book entitled "Katerina Belkina - My Work Is My Personal Theatre".
The book represents the most comprehensive survey of the artist's work to date, equipped with high-quality photographs, curatorial texts, and an interview with the artist.
The product line, "Let it Shine" aims to display the charm of this art form to showcase silhouettes in a whole new light. Traditional silhouette art uses black paper profile images mounted on to white paper. "Let It Shine," focuses on the glowing light that glimmers around shapes that are silhouetted in nature by the sun, like a figure standing to watch a sunset.Read Press Release
This Miami based artist hopes exposures to his images can "still the mind" and "self help" people survive today if they do not feel like they can survive tomorrow.Read Press Release
Breakthrough neurological study suggests that the human brain doesn't differentiate between digitally reproduced artworks and their originals.Read Press Release