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What Collectors Have Their Eye On

Want to know what collectors are really after? Packed full of collector-coveted pieces ranging from painting to collage and prints, this collection features works in wishlists and sitting in baskets of curators, collectors, and art mavens alike (so don't wait if you spot something you love). Whether you're a fan of Pop Art, Abstract Expressionism or Minimalism, or simply keen to discover something new, this is your chance to think like a curator and peruse works collectors really have their eyes on. Keep your finger on the pulse The art world is constantly changing, and we’ve got our finger on the pulse to bring you the pieces that everyone is talking about. In the last decade or so, Scandinavian style has had a huge influence on everything from interior design to the art world, and this clean and minimal style can be observed in various pieces throughout the collection. Illustrative styles have also been rising in popularity, which means that you’ll also find bright and bold prints of subjects that range from human figures to colourful plants. For those just beginning their art journey as well as the most seasoned collectors, picking up a trending piece is a great way to add value to any collection. Browse our selection to find some of the most exciting artists practising today and discover the perfect piece for you. You can narrow down your search using our range of filters that allow you to specify the orientation, size and price. ## Artists to watch Using a unique blend of typography and light sculpture, Rebecca Mason is a contemporary British artist who has been making waves in the conceptual scene. Her neon words are contrasted against dark backgrounds and poetic text, making them both eye-catching and thought-provoking. Through her work, Mason makes commentaries on increasingly modern society and our responses to this in terms of love, money, and our relationships with each other. For those who are looking to get their hands on some photography, we recommend the work of Gina Soden, a British photographer who has gained recognition from prominent awards and institutions including the BBC. She takes an architectural approach to her work, exploring the interiors of derelict and abandoned buildings that are decaying yet beautiful. There’s a sense of melancholy running through these artworks that view the past through a nostalgic lens, placing emphasis on grand and opulent structures that have since lost their sheen. One of the major leading figures in the contemporary art scene, Bruce Mclean is an exciting artist who refuses to be limited to just one medium, creating everything from sculpture to prints. It’s easy to see why his work is so popular, as he takes a provocative and inquisitive approach to his subjects that makes his art visually appealing and conceptually engaging. Mclean is most famous for his abstract works that make use of bright colours and a variety of different techniques in a way that is avant-garde while retaining a wide appeal.


Curated by Rise Art

Miriam Cahn: Ma Pensée Sérielle

Miriam Cahn, one of the world's most recognised contemporary artists, confronts the body in its materiality and engages with the socio-political concerns we often try to escape. Her vibrant yet haunting works, known for their chromatic and spatial dissonances, spread across drawing, photography, painting, film, and writing. Ma Pensée Sérielle at Palais de Tokyo offers up a range of richly illustrated and provocative imagery reflecting on systems of power, feminism, sexuality, and more. The exhibition is the first major retrospective devoted to Cahn and runs until 14th May 2023. In this collection, we bring together a selection of pieces that delve into the various experiences of body reality, like Cahn, bringing us face to face with the abject, vulnerability, and ugliness... Main image: Miriam Cahn, tapirschreiten/gezeichnet [Drawn], 2015, oil on canvas, 250 x 350 cm, Courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, © Photo: Helmut Kunde Banner Image: Miriam Cahn, meredith grey (gestern im TV gesehen), 2015. Oil on wood, 26 x 28 cm. Photo: Markus Tretter. © Miriam Cahn. Courtesy the artist, Meyer Riegger, Berlin/Karlsruhe and Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris.


Curated by Sophie Heatley

Projects: Ming Smith

‘You have to catch a moment that would never ever return again, and do it justice.’ This principle has guided Ming Smith's work since she started photographing New York and its people in the 1970s. Her black-and-white street photography encompasses political struggles, everyday minutiae and everything in between as it plays out on the streets of the city. To coincide with Projects: Ming Smith, an exhibition that dives into the artist's archive at New York's MoMa, running from 4 February to 29 May 2023, we have curated a selection of artworks that, in this context, fit with the spirit of her practice.

Phin Jennings

Curated by Phin Jennings

Fractal Art

The Fractal Art collection features a range of works that reflect the aesthetics of fractal and geometric arrangements. Bringing together digital works, prints and paintings, the Fractal Art collection was curated to showcase artists working with geometry, pattern, repetition and symmetry to form works of art. What is Fractal Art? Across the platform we have artists working in all kinds of styles, from realist and figruative, to abstract and colour field. Fractal art first came about during the 1980s and is a genre of digital art. A form of abstraction, Fractal art deals with mathematical arrangements and algorithms to form a patterned artwork. Looking for art with a patterned, symmetrical or geometric composition? Discover our collection of Pattern Art.


Curated by Cecile Martet

European Art

The European Art collection celebrates the artists, scenery, cultures and influences of Europe. From landscapes and botanical works to abstracts and expressionist pieces, the collection brings together art created throughout the continent. Browse the collection and discover a range of paintings, prints, photographs and more hand-selected by our team of curators, or discover our full roster of European artists here. Europe’s Art History Europe has long been the home of art history, spanning from Italian and Dutch art of the Renaissance to modern and contemporary art of recent times. Producing some of the world’s most influential artists including Picasso, Monet and van Gogh, as well as modern-day figures such as Hockney Europe is somewhat characterised by its rich culture and artistic history. Looking to discover our curator’s top picks for French art? Browse our collection.


Curated by Cecile Martet

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