Contemporary Art is generally classified as artworks made during or after 1945, so from just after the Second World War right up to modern day. Within this period there is a huge range in styles, genres, and approaches, and it can be hard to know where to start. Artsper has brought together 25 examples of contemporary artwork that we think are most important to know about – from the most famous pieces to the lesser known, rising talents. Continue reading 25 Contemporary Artworks You Need to See
Join us today through the streets of New York and discover the hidden part of the city, it may surprise you. Continue reading Where to find art in the streets of New York?
Artsper suggests a selection of exhibitions and artistic events for the beginning of autumn, to ease the end-of-summer blues. Continue reading What to do in autumn
Artsper and ART KIDS Paris are teaming up to introduce children to art and encourage access to art for all ages. Continue reading Artsper & ART KIDS Paris: art for little ones!
The french capital city and its prestigious museums always attracts artists and tourists. Find out the contemporary artworks to see absolutely in Paris! Continue reading 5 contemporary artworks to see in Paris
London is undoubtedly Europe’s cultural capital. Artsper presents 5 contemporary artworks to see in London. Continue reading 5 contemporary artworks you must see in London
Artsper presents its selection of 5 contemporary artworks that you must see in New York. Continue reading 5 contemporary artworks you must see in New York
On the walls of shopping centres, on bridges, and even on the shutters covering the shop fronts overnight, the London Street Art scene is as wide ranging as it is diverse. You can find memorials, portraits, tags, and what appears to be simple graffiti, but which harbours a deeper political message. Urban art has become an integral part of London’s character. Artsper has brought together the best places in London to see Street Art, from hidden back streets to vibrant, sprawling neighbourhoods. Continue reading Where to find Street Art in London
Originally from Northern France, Carlo Amen has travelled the world in search of inspiration. Versatile, creative and a true visionary; he is both an artist and a tattooist. Artsper invites you to get to know the man behind the paint brush. Continue reading Meeting Carlo Amen
Through the city, Mora rewrites the disarray of modern life, enveloping urbanites in a chromatic hug, whilst re-connecting them to their communities and neighbourhood. Continue reading Meeting Nuria Mora