Eight Reasons to Buy Contemporary Art for your Workplace

20 Sep 2018

By Rhiannon Flood 

Millennials expect more from their workplaces than previous generations and are expected to make up almost 50% of the UK workforce by 2020. Business owners cannot afford to ignore their views and preferences. With office design fast becoming a significant priority for start-ups and established companies alike, the feel of a workplace, and…

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Artist in Focus: Petrus Bergstrand

23 Jul 2018

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Petrus Bergstrand grew up in an artistic family which ignited and then nurtured the artist in him. His family consisted mostly of professional theatre performers and painters who later became his muses. Bergstrand studied at The Art Students League of New York, where he refined his skills before returning to…

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Artist in Focus: Bryan Lavelle

13 Jul 2018

U.K based visual artist, Bryan Lavelle’s work is an investigation into the properties of his chosen materials and the process of painting.Bryan’s work has no layers of hidden meaning or narrative waiting to be uncovered, nor does it elude to be anything that it isn’t; through making external references outside of the work itself….

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Five Advantages of Online Art Galleries

9 May 2018

Here at Art Prism, we like to make things easy for buyers and artists alike. So, for those of you still
hesitating; wondering whether virtual art galleries are the way to go.. here’s a handy info-graphic
outlining the top five reasons why online art galleries really are the future when it comes to
sourcing…

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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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