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25 Contemporary Artworks You Need to See

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

10 Artists you need to see at the 2015 FIAC Art Fair

One week after Frieze London -just the time for international collectors to jump on a plane and cross the English Channel- Fiac Art Fair is another huge event of this autumn artistic calendar! Number 6 on the list of international art fairs by Artnews in 2015 based on attendance with 73,000 visitors. Fiac Art Fair is also among the oldest fairs in the world since … Continue reading 10 Artists you need to see at the 2015 FIAC Art Fair

10 things you should know about Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin is one of the most prominent British artists of the contemporary art world nowadays. Most of her works is autobiographical. and revolves around her personal traumas growing up in Margate, and becoming the person she is today. Often criticised for being ‘self-centred’, her loud self and often provocative work has caused much ink to flow since her break through as Charles Saatchi’s protegé. … Continue reading 10 things you should know about Tracey Emin

A Short Guide to the Young British Artists

In 1988, an exhibition named “Freeze” is organized in the Docklands district, South London. This exhibition shows the works of sixteen students from the Goldsmiths College of Art, an londonian art school. Since no gallery wanted to expose their works, they took the decision to create their own exhibition. In this small group we can find Angus Fairhust, Michael Landy, Fiona Rae but first and … Continue reading A Short Guide to the Young British Artists