Tag: Emerging

Ghana Art Scene Q&A With Emerging Curator Essé Dabla-Attikpo – ARTnews.com

In recent years, Ghana’s art scene has begun to thrive with artists like Amoako Boafo, Ibrahim Mahama, and El Anatsui gaining international recognition and increasingly high sales prices. . Essé Dabla-Attikpo, a Togolese-Beninese art consultant, cultural producer, and curator, has been at the center of Ghana’s burgeoning scene, working to meet the new international demand for contemporary African art, while also seeking to democratize ...

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Exhibition by emerging Wirral talent opens at Williamson Art Gallery – FE News

Titled Fusion, the exhibition showcases work by Wirral Met College degree students on Fine Art, Illustration with Animation and Photography courses. The College has been holding annual degree shows at the Williamson Art Gallery for over twenty five years. This year’s show carries on this tradition of celebrating the latest emerging talent from the region. The exhibition of work from 17 graduating students covers ...

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What’s the Future of Art in the Metaverse? Two Leading Voices in the Emerging Crypto-Art Field Lay Out Their Visions

Whether you’ve just heard of the metaverse or you’ve already built an enviable NFT collection, the question of what the IRL art world’s role in the metaverse will look like in the years to come is on many art lovers’ minds. Though the wild world of NFTs can make it hard to know which direction to look, some significant players are already shaping that ...

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Green Family Art Foundation show spotlights emerging female artists

The Green Family Art Foundation's new show puts the spotlight on female artists' perspectives. Women of Now: Dialogues of Memory, Place & Identity features 28 works about the artists' experiences: confrontational, witty, repressed and evolving.This is the foundation's second show in a physical place. It's also the last show in its Design District home. The GFAF's new, permanent space will be on Flora Street ...

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Four Italian Collectors on Instagram Have Been Unmasked as Catfish Accounts. Was It a Scheme to Pump Emerging Artists?

“It all starts at a fair, or by word of mouth from collector friends, or wandering around Instagram,” the collector Carlo Alberto Ferri recently told an Italian art blog. “Then, I get in touch with the gallery before I buy.” It sounds like a typical response. What’s unusual is that Ferri is not actually a collector, or even a real person. And there are others like ...

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Emerging Painter Patrick Alston on How His South Bronx Home Infuses His Abstract Art

This article is part of a series of interviews by Folasade Ologundudu exploring the evolving conversation about abstract art among Black artists across different generations.   At just 30, the art of Patrick Alston is already immediately identifiable, with a signature materiality and use of gestural marks to create dynamic and colorful abstractions. The central themes of his varied body of work are identity, ...

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Bridging the Gap Between Emerging Artists and Emerging Collectors | Chicago News

“What you’re buying is a cultural artifact, not art,” says art manager Allan Bergart. (WTTW News) Everyone deserves to have art in their lives, whether they’re making it or buying it, that’s art manager Allan Bergart’s philosophy. He’s working to make art more available, and we have a preview of his latest art show, “The Fall Review.” “What you’re buying is a cultural artifact, ...

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Hoping to Snag Art Basel–Bound Buyers, Berlin Dealers Showcased Their Emerging Talent for Fall Edition of the City’s Gallery Weekend

For Gallery Weekend Berlin, it seems the second time’s the charm. This year, the event decided to split off into two separate events, in April and September, in part to uplift galleries at a time of great uncertainty over fair calendar, but also because its usual spring slot has, for the past two years, coincided with significant health restrictions in the city. The weekend ...

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