Where To Buy Art?

18 May 2018

By Rhiannon Flood

An increasingly important question as more people than ever are purchasing original, contemporary artworks for their homes. The connoisseurs of old have had to release their vice-like grip on art markets along with the exclusivity and – let’s face it – elitism that has long surrounded (and stifled) the process of art-buying.

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A Minimalist Genealogy: How Minimalism Has Evolved Over Time

6 Apr 2018

by Jobe Moakes

(Picture Courtsey:Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís)

No artistic movement exists in a vacuum; they do not emerge from the ether fully formed as distinctive styles with a unitary defining aesthetic. Rather, they develop gradually in response to both the artistic traditions that have come before them and social/cultural milieu within which they unfold….

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How to Buy Art Intelligently

18 Dec 2017

Compiled by Art Prism team

The art of buying or collecting fine art isn’t meant for experienced collectors or enthusiasts with extensive educational background in the arts. Buying art wisely can be achieved by almost anyone given that they have appreciation for fine art and want to spend their money intelligently. It is important for…

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What Makes for a Good Art Collector?

15 Dec 2017

Compiled by Art Prism team

The interest in acquiring pieces of art stems out of the beauty it holds in the buyer’s eye. Good art ignites the desire for the buyer to own it for pleasure or profit. Collecting art is an activity, separate from buying art. Even though both involve buying what you like,…

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