BUZZ posts give you a taste of what’s currently moving and shaking the art world. With updates on the most shocking new information and the industry’s most innovative projects, this hub has all your art news in one place.


The Ache for Home exists in All of Us

Now here’s an unlikely connection – the film My Octopus Teacher and an artist’s preoccupation with one particular tree. I’ve just watched the film, made

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Dissolution or Unity

We live in a time of cosmic bifurcation, we live in a time of unprecedented existential threats to life on Earth, including climate change, deforestation,

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Frida Kahlo (2020)

Introduction The first thing that comes to mind is that a couple of years ago Frida Kahlo by means of a nude photo caught my

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Fading Art in Kashmir

What is so special about Paper machie… that, it is made out of crushed paper?…Nope. It has got a business importance in Kashmir. Sitting home,

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Types of art

Contemporary vs. Modern Art: Types of art styles explained

Types of Art Styles Contemporary Art  vs.  Modern Art explained Making art nowadays may seem tricky to get around with as contemporary art may be

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Aglaya Nikonorova and her husband, Alexander, as Guido Reni’s “Salome with the Head of John the Baptist.”

Pastime of Bored Russians Turns into Global Phenomenon

Under lockdown and isolated from others, people’s minds have wandered to many creative places. A tangerine turned to a sunflower and other household items transformed. 

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The 10 Most Expensive Works of Art Sold at Auction

See a gallery of the world's most expensive artworks. 1 15 November 2017 Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi sold for $400 million at Christie’s ($450.3m,

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IS THIS ART? 10 Controversial Pieces

Serving as a mirror held up to the face of the world, one of the primary functions of art is to take a closer look

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Drawing Tips: 5 tips to improve your drawings today

Drawing tips: 5 tips to improve your drawings today Drawing is probably the most old-fashioned act in human history, and still, we are fascinated by

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NYC Art Studio belonging to Julie Mehretu

A Sneak Peek into the Studios of NYC Artists

To many, artist studios are seen as private spaces of mystery and creativity. These associations stem from long histories of famous artists’ studios such as

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Untitled work by Ohtsubo depicting vegetables in a box frame

Artist Transforms Sculptures Using Fruits and Vegetables

Japan-based artist Kosen Ohtsubo is putting a spin on ikebana, the traditional Japanese art of flower arranging. Ohtsubo is an unorthodox ikebana artist and his

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Christo, The Artist Who Transformed Cities

Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, a global artist, recently died on May 21, 2020. Christo was born on June 13, 1935 in Gabrovo, Bulgaria and studied at

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