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Latest art news for Q2 2022

Bringing us up to halfway through the year and the world of art is settling into something more familiar looking from pre-Pandemic times. In the latest art news collectors are spending large sums on emerging and great artists at auction, and a new wave of art gallery related protests has emerged from the world of […]

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Arts news from first quarter 2022

2022 kicked off slowly in the art world, with most eyes focused on events in Ukraine and speculation over impending war, as well as signs of yet more waves of Covid; some of the first arts news of the year was of which events would not be taking place. Of course, NFT art continued to […]

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Lenticular art news first half 2022

Lenticular print is enjoying something of a popular revival as more and more people see commercial marketing and advertising campaigns featuring it. So far this year we’ve seen lenticular versions of posters and bus adverts for film and TV including Scream, Hotel Transylvania, and Midwich Cuckoos, video game The Quarry, BBC Radio 1, a Bonobo […]

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Art news for fourth quarter 2021

After the rush of excitement around digital art NFTs through much of 2020, 2021 remained a comparatively quiet year for NFT art news, as cryptocurrencies began to cool off and much of the NFT focus turned to collectable projects rather than headline grabbing single-piece sales. Traditional art auctions and exhibitions began to make a tentative […]

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Lenticular art moments 2021

Lenticular art prints, though they have been around for a long time, are still little known as an artistic medium. Only relatively contemporary advances in digital printing and computer graphics software have made it widely achievable at the high quality standard, and scale, demanded by most professional artists. Every year sees a few new and […]

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2021: NFTs, protests, and art sales

2020 was a strange year for every sector, and coronavirus lockdowns and disruption affected art news and events as well. As art galleries and auctions closed doors ceasing art sales, news focused around street and protest art, and protests against certain public artwork. New works by street artists Banksy and The Rebel Bear appeared in […]

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