Category Archives: Insider guide to the Art world

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How To Commission an Artwork: Demystification

Hello, It’s Nicola Here. People keep telling me they have no idea how to commission an artwork – “It’s a mysterious process, so how do you start it?” I decided to give you some insight into the art commission process, here’s

Nicola Anthony, blog, artwork image, low res

How To Commission an Artwork: Demystification

Hello, It’s Nicola Here. People keep telling me they have no idea how to commission an artwork – “It’s a mysterious process, so how do you start it?” I decided to give you some insight into the art commission process, here’s

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My chat with Art Fair Giant Lorenzo Rudolph

Mr. Lorenzo Rudolph is the man behind Art Stage Singapore 2014, Asia’s biggest art fair. Before the grand opening, I donned my journalist’s hat and asked him a few questions to find out how the Art Fair has been put

Teamlab, multiple stills, Art Stage 2014.JPG

My chat with Art Fair Giant Lorenzo Rudolph

Mr. Lorenzo Rudolph is the man behind Art Stage Singapore 2014, Asia’s biggest art fair. Before the grand opening, I donned my journalist’s hat and asked him a few questions to find out how the Art Fair has been put

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Found Articles: Alternative art schools – a threat to universities?

This is an excerpt from an article I read today by David Batty on The Guardian website, worth a read to find out the changing shape of the art world and the artist platform Alternative art schools: a threat to universities? Angry at soaring

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Found Articles: Alternative art schools – a threat to universities?

This is an excerpt from an article I read today by David Batty on The Guardian website, worth a read to find out the changing shape of the art world and the artist platform Alternative art schools: a threat to universities? Angry at soaring

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An email I received from @ArtsEmergency’s Neil Griffiths

Below is a very important and eye opening email I received from Neil Griffiths at Arts Emergency. The Arts Emergency Service works to keep subjects in the Arts and Humanities in the UK accessible to everyone who wants to study them

heart shaped saga seed, 3250

An email I received from @ArtsEmergency’s Neil Griffiths

Below is a very important and eye opening email I received from Neil Griffiths at Arts Emergency. The Arts Emergency Service works to keep subjects in the Arts and Humanities in the UK accessible to everyone who wants to study them

Anish Kapoor Uses Wax Canon To Create Latest Art Work

Found Articles: Anish Kapoor in Berlin: ‘in short, Britain’s fucked’ – The Guardian

An interesting read about one of my favourite British/Indian artists, and his opinions on the art scene contrasts between UK and Germany – written this week in the Guardian by Kate Connolly (See original here) The doyen of British sculpture gives the Guardian

Anish Kapoor Uses Wax Canon To Create Latest Art Work

Found Articles: Anish Kapoor in Berlin: ‘in short, Britain’s fucked’ – The Guardian

An interesting read about one of my favourite British/Indian artists, and his opinions on the art scene contrasts between UK and Germany – written this week in the Guardian by Kate Connolly (See original here) The doyen of British sculpture gives the Guardian

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The language code of art terminology – mumbojumbo and gobbledygook?

These days we have to spend a lot of time defining ourselves. Facebook profiles, Linked In profiles, and for us artists – Artist Bios, Artist Statements, exhibition statements and catalogue texts. It gets to a point where I often feel

goobledygoook

The language code of art terminology – mumbojumbo and gobbledygook?

These days we have to spend a lot of time defining ourselves. Facebook profiles, Linked In profiles, and for us artists – Artist Bios, Artist Statements, exhibition statements and catalogue texts. It gets to a point where I often feel

A new non-western colour: Qing

青 (qīng) — its pronounced “ching”, not “kwing” or “king” — is an interesting color that doesn’t appear in the standard set of colors commonly identified in western cultures. Some people (Chinese included) say it’s a sort of blue, while

A new non-western colour: Qing

青 (qīng) — its pronounced “ching”, not “kwing” or “king” — is an interesting color that doesn’t appear in the standard set of colors commonly identified in western cultures. Some people (Chinese included) say it’s a sort of blue, while