Rise Art works directly with each Select Artist to produce exclusive original editions of their work using premium archival printing materials and inks.
Enter Rise Art, an online marketplace based in London that is changing the way people buy art by giving them a chance to test-drive a piece before they make a commitment. (Genius!)
It’s a tricky thing buying art and one that I have steered clear of until now as it’s so subjective, but there are certain guidelines and tips that apply to everyone, whether you’re adding to an extensive collection or just want something to hang above the sofa.
Alexandra Stedman, Founder of The Frugality, includes Rise Art in her shortlist of the 9 Interiors and Lifestyle Websites You Need to Know.
The British Art Show lands in London for the first time in 21 years. We ran to the Hayward Gallery to check it out and left more than impressed...
The very first online art fair promised many exciting features. But did it deliver? Find out...
The London Art Fair is UK's largest Modern British and contemporary art fair. We went there to tell you the keys of the 2011 edition.
Never wandered around the Saatchi, National Gallery or Tate, no? Well you’re far from alone, because a study has found one in six people in Britain have never set foot in an art gallery.
Human Canvases modelling world famous artworks take to the streets of London in a bid to mend Britain's disconnect with art.
Human canvases modelling world famous artworks including Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Edvard Munch’s The Scream take to the streets in a bid to mend Britain’s disconnect with art.