Artists creating NFTs can have more direct control over their artistic vision, and connect and transact with their collectors in ways they haven’t been able to before. Plus, the crypto space offers a new untapped audience for artists to convert into collectors. Yet many artists are hesitant. As a practicing […]

Art We Love November 22, 2022Posted by Jordan McDonough Ever wondered what other people are buying for their art collections? Though your tastes may differ, seeing what others are purchasing can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered. Below, meet 5 artists who have […]

Chronicler from the Illuminated Chronicle, c. 1360 I started this blog 10 years ago, in August 2010. Originally, the idea was to try another platform, in order to provide up-to-date information – information that was hard to provide on my rudimentary website Art in Medieval Hungary. I created the first […]

One to Watch November 22, 2022Posted by Bethany Fincher With its ability to trigger nostalgia and emotion, color can expose the unstable, impressionable nature of human perception. Madison Bloch harnesses this capability of color in her incisive exploration of the relationship between perception, time, space, and memory. As cerebral as […]

The Other Art Fair November 28, 2022Posted by Toni Hodges Whether it’s your first time at The Other Art Fair, or you’re one of our regulars, we like to keep things fresh. That means an ever-changing line-up of talent, and over 140 new names to discover each time you visit. […]

NFTs have completely upended the way that the world—including students and spectators, artists and collectors—is able to consume art. The internet has made it possible for anyone with an internet connection to create and connect with an audience. With smart contracts, creators can now monetize these connections, collectors can be […]

In case you hadn’t already guessed by looking at her lovely character drawings, Madie arts loves clean lines and cozy couches. There is a huuuge pool of charming individuals living in her mind at all times, planted there by the movies, games, and books she greedily consumes. But mostly, she […]

80s light grid? Check. Warm, faded color palette? Check. Space inspirations? You got it! When it comes to retro-inspired art, Slovenian artist Nibera ticks all the boxes, while also making her art truly unique with some original compositional arrangements.  Turns out Nibera is one hell of a retrohead. She’s not […]

Robert Senior won the Scenes of Everyday Life Category Award in the Jackson’s Painting Prize this year with his oil painting, Train Station. In this interview, Sayan Baigaliyev, the previous award winner from the year before, asks Robert about his practice and process, his studio and how he approaches creative […]