Keith Haring: From Indie Artist to Icon of the New York Art Scene

Keith Haring, an indie artist with a revolutionary approach to art, rose to prominence in the vibrant and diverse art scene of New York City in the 1980s. Haring’s distinctive style, characterized by bold lines, vibrant colors, and iconic symbols, not only made him a prominent figure in the art world but also a symbol […]

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Indie Art Across the Decades: Celebrating Independent Artists

Artistic expression has long been associated with freedom and creativity, and the indie art movement has played a pivotal role in challenging established norms and pushing the boundaries of artistic innovation. From the vibrant counterculture of the 1960s to the present day, independent artists have carved out their unique spaces in the art world, leaving […]

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6 Cutting-Edge Barcelona Art Galleries

Beyond Barcelona’s main museums and attractions, there is a gallery world and scene emerging throughout the city.  For instance, since 2015 Barcelona Gallery Weekend has offered gallerists and art lovers a meeting ground and a place to discover new artists and openly talk about works of art. Galleries that understand the power of direct communication […]

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Art-Tech Startups Disrupting Collectors and Curators

While art and technology industries continue to live in different orbits, both of them are closer to collide due to the meteoric rise of e-commerce, blockchain art networks, and disintermediation. As a result of this art-tech clash, today’s art collectors are more active, and artists may interact digitally with galleries or museums, showcasing their work […]

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Phillips Inaugurates 2020 with Banksy & KAWS Art Sale Show in New York

“Ten Monkeys and a Dolphin: Banksy & KAWS.” the auction house opens with a show of 19 pieces by the last decade’s most celebrated street artists. —January 14th at PHILLIPS X in New York. The story of KAWS begins in NYC, Brooklyn and its surroundings packed with skateboard and street art crews. During the early […]

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