Olyvia Kwok Decani’s Autumn 2022 Report – What’s New in Art

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Olyvia Kwok Decani’s Autumn 2022 Report – What’s New in Art

Autumn has long been the highlight of the art world’s calendar. With exhibitions in capital cities such as London, New York, Hong Kong and Shanghai that attract art enthusiasts from far and wide, there is perhaps no better time to explore, invest and sell.

However, over the years since the COVID pandemic was in full force, we’ve witnessed significant changes that have transformed the world as we know it.

With online viewing rooms (OVRs) NFTs and an explosion in the online art world, the remainder of 2022 looks set to be an exciting time. Art vendors, collectors, investors and artists are more likely than ever to break the traditional mould and look toward an even brighter and more profitable future.

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Snapshot stories: women’s photography

Manassè Studio |fotografie | Mein Zukerl,

Manassè Studio, Mein Zukerl, 1926, stampa alla gelatina ai sali d’argento, vintage


Who are the female photographers from the post-war period to the present day to remember and who are the protagonists of women’s photography? Which female personalities have made the history of photography from the 20th century to the present day?

Here are the female photographers to get to know, the themes that characterise their works, the exhibition to see and the book to read to shed light on the stories, names and works of female photography.

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How to sell your artwork online

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For any emerging artist, one of the biggest challenges is finding the right channels through which to present and sell their work.
Alongside the more traditional avenues, the Internet has become an increasingly popular channel for buying and selling art, with popularity growing further during the Covid-19 pandemic, which saw the temporary closure of shops, galleries and other physical spaces for buying and selling art.

However, the web is a multifaceted tool whose many possibilities need to be known and evaluated in order to make the most of this resource.
In this article, we will therefore see why you should choose to sell your works online, what the different possibilities are and how they work in practice.

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Wooden artwork: inspirations and ideas from the art world

Alessio Zanella | opera legno


Transforming a material into a work of art is a talent that few possess, I have already written about artists who create works of art from paper and also those who create works of art from glass, in this post I want to share with you the most beautiful works of art from wood.

These are works created by extraordinary artists, who can magically extract wonderful objects, statues and works of art from a piece of wood.

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How The Art World Is Tackling Racial Inequality

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Over the years, there has been a significant lack of diversity in the art world. In fact, around 85% of artists represented by U.S institutions are white and many classical paintings have been found to have racist undertones or themes. Racial inequality is a big problem in society as a whole but certainly prevails in the art industry.

Luckily, many in the art world have noticed this inequality and are making movies to improve racial representation in art. While progress is being made, the art world still has a long way to go.

Here, we will take a look at how racial inequality is being tackled in the art world with comments from expert Oliva Kwok Decani.

How The Art World Is Tackling Racial Inequality

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