Art fairs can be hard to navigate, some are geographically complicated, it’s easy to lose your bearings and nearly impossible to see everything. There are various methods you can use to make the most of your valuable time. If you’re thinking of attending an art fair this year, here is our 6 point guide you need to know.
Since graduating with a BFA from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Jersey, in 2013, Jamian Juliano-Villani’s star has very much been in the ascendent. Whilst
You don’t need millions in the bank to start an art collection. I collect art and I am not rich! In fact, most collectors begin by buying artworks for under £1,000. If you’re new to the art market, it can be overwhelming. Here are 6 tips for starting an art collection on a budget.
Ben Spiers has been described by artist, friend, former student and ‘Hook and Crook’ curator Oli Epp as “one of London’s best kept secrets” and “London’s most secretive painter”, and I for one would, therefore, like to thank both Epp and veteran collector and dealer Kostyál for drawing Spiers out into the spotlight.
Hector Campbell, our Curator at Large, has his eye on the latest and greatest contemporary exhibitions, and he's always on the lookout for promising up-and-coming artists. If you're in search of your next art fix, here are four current London exhibitions that Hector recommends.
Antoinette Genevieve tells us about six cities that have exceptional public art. If you ever find yourself in Lima, Hong Kong, Porto, Liverpool or Vancouver - don't miss out.
Tonight we’re hosting an all-star charity Art Auction featuring stunning works from a selection of Rise Art’s most talented contemporary artists. Before the live auction kicks off we're giving you a sneak preview of some of our artist highlights.
The Fauves, French for 'Wild Beasts', were so termed because of their liberal application of colour and their disregard for realism. Intense colours, thick brushstrokes and simplified forms characterise their work. We spotlight five artists whose work is reminiscent of the vibrant Fauvist movement.
Stray away from the recognisability of realism and embrace your curiosity by inviting the mystery of an abstract piece into your home.
It’s a dramatic look, but how do you avoid the dreaded clash and really pull it off?