Introducing Jamie Ford, our newly-appointed Managing Director of Asia Pacific.
Reed Hearne is an American artist who uses photography to create what he describes as Digital Paintings. These works capture the beauty and visual intrigue of subjects that most people would dismiss as merely mundane, like the criss-cross of shadows on a staircase or the interplay of geometry and light on a stainless steel bridge.
Gina Parr and Ian Hoskin met as Fine Art postgrads at Middlesex Polytechnic in North London. Gina was practising as a Performance Artist, while Ian was focusing on developing his career in Photography. Both artists went on to work in telly, Gina as a Set Designer and Ian as a freelancer for the BBC Picture Publicity Department. Ian continued on his own photographic projects, originally working with film and print in the darkroom before making a move to digital. Gina, meantime, left her Performan
What a month February has been. We're wrapping up the Rise Art Prize and looking towards the next activities of 2018.
Learn why Rise Art has been in the press this month and get the lowdown on upcoming artist exhibitions and art fairs.
When it comes to photography, Martin Stranka is a game changer. Hear his inspiring story and discover how he makes his works - there's a method to his magic.
Art should be something that brings you joy when you look at it. With this in mind, I’ve chosen my favourite Rise Art photographers whose works really make me laugh. I’d love these works on my walls, to make me smile every day.
The art of exceptional photography is not a thing of the silver gelatin past. We’ve chosen a collection of affordable photographers that stack up against history’s greatest masters of the lens.
We ask Karen Knapp, lead home stylist at West Elm, who is working with us on our exciting event with West Elm, #WeRiseWithStyle, where five artists will be styled by the home styling team to create a story in store - showcasing the art work in a home environment.
Cockney born David Bailey burst onto the London scene to inspire and document the Swinging Sixties with his iconic black and white photographs. Bailey started taking photographs with his mother's Brownie camera. Inspired by Picasso, when Bailey first saw his paintings of Dora Maar, he says, "It was like getting religion: in those few paintings he showed me there were no rules." Here's five things you didn't know about David Bailey.