1. 10 Tips to Help You Start Your Own Art Collection

    Art is a great investment. And with the right guidance, art can also be a great investment for you as an individual with limited resources to invest. If you’re new to buying art and have been thinking about starting your own collection, read on to find out how you can get started and build a valuable collection.

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  2. The Creative and Disruptive Power of Generative AI in the Art World

    When it comes to the art world, disruptive new technologies have historically been a mixed bag. While many innovations have brought about positive changes and creative opportunities, they’ve also disrupted the industry at times. From photography to video and digital printing, artists are constantly adapting to how their work is seen and experienced by others. With the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI), generative algorithms, and other cutting-edge computer technology, this debate around disruption has once again returned to the forefront of discussion. Artificial intelligence has existed for decades in some form or another. Yet only recently have we been able to harness AI in ways that are truly innovative. This type of AI is referred to as Generative AI because it enables machines to generate something with originality – essentially making them capable of creating and recognizing patterns that lead to an output that is not predictable from any given input. As with many emerging fields, there remains a great deal of scepticism around its impact on human jobs, but also optimism about its potential for good.

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  3. The Impact of the Global Economy on the Art Market

    The art market is a complex ecosystem, with a network of dealers, collectors, intermediaries and new online players who are all trying to capture the value of art at different points in the supply chain. Since 2007 the global economy has been in a constant state of flux. Financial markets have fluctuated wildly, commodities and raw materials have seen price surges, emerging markets have grown rapidly, and monetary policy has been aggressively tightened. How will these changes impact demand for art? How will they change supply chains? Will we see new types of players enter the market? The answers to these questions will be different for every art submarket. However, there are some common themes that emerge from this analysis of the impact of the global economy on the art market worldwide. Here are some takeaways from our research:

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  4. Why Collecting Art is Important for Your Mental Health

    Artistic endeavours like collecting art, painting, writing, and playing music have been shown time and time again to have positive effects on our mental health. Collecting and creating art in any capacity is a great way to see the world in new ways, relieve stress, express yourself, and get inspired. In this blog post we’ll explore why collecting art is good for your mental health and how you can begin your own collection today!
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  5. The Art of Barbara Kruger: Iconic Works You Should Know About

    In the 1980s, Barbara Kruger began inserting images from fashion magazines and advertising into her artwork. The messages in those images often reflected societal double standards. For example, a woman might be posed in sexually suggestive ways while also being captioned with words that imply she’s incapable of making rational decisions about her body. Kruger was able to take these images and use them to convey meaning through juxtaposition. Her visual irony can be seen in her paintings, installations, photographs, sculptures, and even video footage—she does not restrict it to any one medium. We’ll explore some of her most iconic works and the meaning behind them.

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  6. Why Contemporary Art is More Important Today Than Ever!

    Contemporary art is more relevant today than ever. At a time when the world has become increasingly digital, virtual and artificial, artists have been using their work to explore different ways of seeing the world and expressing themselves. Not only has this led to a rise in the number of contemporary art exhibitions worldwide but also made it clear why modern art matters now more than ever. At a time when people are more connected than ever before, we’re also living in some of the loneliest times in history. The rise of social media means we can keep in touch with friends from all over the world – but it also means that many people feel disconnected from those around them. Contemporary artists are using their work to challenge the way we see the world and provoke us into looking at things from new perspectives. This blog post explores why contemporary art has become so important today – and why it will continue to be more important tomorrow!
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