Ruth Millington gives us the lowdown on 5 great TV shows and films for art lovers.
Antoinette Williams delves into the beauty of the absent and the intrigue of the discarded and deserted as she reveals 6 artworks that explore the captivating allure of the abandoned.
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.
Knowledge is power, and we know keeping up with the ever-evolving art world is no easy feat, requiring you to always be one step ahead, keeping your eye and ears open for the latest trends and buzz words, the hottest artists and the newest mediums. We’ve gathered the 5 new art genres to know, and our top picks to go with them. Invigorate your day (and your mind), with these fascinating and significant Contemporary Art Genres.
The eclectic days of Dali may be over, but Modern Surrealists are continuing the day dream, creating new surrealist art escapes for collectors and enthusiasts alike. New York based writer, curator and founder of Art Nerd NY Lori Zimmer writes us an ode to modern surrealism.
Jessye Bloomfield turns to Warhol's book ‘From A to B and Back Again’ to read his philosophy on life and glean some insights from the original King of Pop.
Art speak can be confusing. This week we delve into the realms of abstract. MoMA says 'Abstract' is 'a term generally used to describe art that is not representational or based on external reality or nature'. We look into it and bring you 5 of our favourite abstract works on Rise Art.
Using primarily basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, the term suprematism refers to the ‘supremacy of pure feeling or perception’ rather than visual depiction of objects. Get to grips with the key ideas and history behind this short-lived by influential movement.
This week in Art Speak, we look at one of the most influential movements of the 20th century. It sought to unite art, design and industry, provide a universal aesthetic, and give good design to everyone: Bauhaus.
This week in Art Speak, we look at one of the oldest and most important disciplines in the world, and how it has been appropriated and reinterpreted by artists: cartography, or the art of map-making.