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Interior Design Tips | Size Matters
Our New York based art world Insider Lori Zimmer shares her top tips on how to embellish your small space with small art. Petite can be powerful, and there really is no space too small for art so head to the blog and discover how to scale back, think small, and build that diverse collection you’ve always wanted.
Out And About With Rise Art
Seller Drinks 3.0
We had our 3rd artist meet up event this week at our HQ in central London, and it was a fabulous evening. From masterclasses with our Artist Champion Izzy and curator Nat Rubinstein, to a speech from the CEO, the event was a chance for all of our London-based artists to touch base, meet the team and keep us up to date with their latest news. We had a great time, so thanks to everyone who came!
Rise Art News
Wimbledon Art Studio's biannual Open Studios event is just around the corner, and it's well worth sticking in your diary. Head down over the weekend to see the work of two amazing abstract painters: Aisling Drennan and Harriet Hoult. Get a sneak peek behind the scenes and don't miss the chance to speak to the artists themselves.
An Interview with Francesco Polazzi
Check out this latest interview feature with figurative painter Francesco Polazzi for the arts blog Clara. Make sure to scroll down for the English version. Find out more about the artist in our own interview and studio visit over on the blog.
Art World News
Documenta 2017, Athens, Greece
This exhibition bonanza showcases over 300 international artists and only happens only every 5 years: it's well worth attending at least once in your lifetime. A cultural hub for contemporary artists from all over the world, it is also known as the “museum of 100 days”. We'll be booking our plane tickets to Athens this weekend.
The 57th Venice Biennale
One of the most prestigious international art events, the Venice Biennale is about to land on 13th May. This year it will showcase over 85 artists curated by Christine Marcel, with Kazakhstan having its own pavilion for the first time. Venice in the height of the summer with a dash of art and culture? Yes please.