Monthly Archives: July 2016

30 JULY 2016

Special Interview with Dafna Navarro

Dafna Navarro An Interview with  CEO & Editor in Chief Art Market Magazine To celebrate two years and twenty four issues of Art Market Magazine, Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar spoke with CEO and Editor-in-Chief , Dafna Navarro about art, creativity, and the magazine. Tamara de lempicka- ‘Andromeda’, 1929 Asaf: Hi Dafna. Could you tell us how you founded […]

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30 JULY 2016

Being An Artist Today By Tim Hale

Being An Artist Today By Tim Hale One day a young art student managed to visit Francis Bacon’s studio in London. Sadly, Bacon was not there, but it allowed the young artist to see close-up how and where the great man worked. This was the studio of one of the most famous painters of his […]

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G-Rough Boutique Hotel
30 JULY 2016

Charming Spots- G-Rough Boutique Hotel

Charming Spots Around The World G-Rough Boutique Hotel by Lital Maro Rome is a city that needs no introduction. It is the city which the Roman’s defined as the eternal city and has more than a story or two to share. And in the mix of history, art and fashion, I discovered a pair of entrepreneurs […]

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30 JULY 2016

Yoko Ono – Lumière De L’aube

Yoko Ono – Lumière De L’aube 9.03 > 10.07 2016 LYON MAC Lyon is very pleased to announce the first comprehensive retrospective of the Internationally known artist, Yoko Ono, to take place in France. Ono is a rare individual, who emerged as an artist, fully formed. From the beginning, working with concepts and ideas, new […]

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30 JULY 2016

Tony Tetro- An Interview with Genius Art Forger

Tony Tetro An Interview with  Genius Art Forger by Scott Verchin Tony Tetro was the world’s greatest art forger in the 1970’s and 1980’s. In a career spanning over 30 years, Tetro forged works by old and contemporary masters in every genre. From Chagall to Rembrandt to Dali to Rothko, his extraordinary talent was to […]

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16 JULY 2016

The Illusionary World of Contemporary Artistic Freedom

The illusionary world of Contemporary Artistic Freedom By Denis Taylor I strayed across an interesting video on YouTube that got me thinking about the relationship between Artistic freedom and Modern Religious Art. This particular discussion, come lecture, was presented by a line up of tenured academics and young post graduate teachers. The panel argued how Contemporary Art […]

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14 JULY 2016

4 Ways To Win With Social in 2016

4 Ways To Win With Social in 2016 By Paula Soito A Little Pep Talk Social media is a force that can’t be stopped. Its reach is widespread and deep. So using it to market your art makes perfect sense in 2016. But before we talk about that, I want to tell you how super remarkable […]

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12 JULY 2016

Wayne Thiebaud – Cityscapes

Wayne Thiebaud Cityscapes Bright, thick, and severe, Wayne Thiebaud‘s landscapes veer far from his well-known paintings of common objects and sweets. These works feature steep inclines and long shadows, providing a dramatic new perspective to seemingly banal landscapes and cityscapes. Wayne Thiebaud (American, b.1920), a painter best known for his still lifes and food displays, […]

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12 JULY 2016

Uroš Paternu

Uroš Paternu Private Investigation Of An Abstract Painting Uroš Paternu, a painter, born on December 3 1972 in Kranj, Slovenia. As a child, He already looked for his own way to express himself by drawing, painting and sculpturing. From 1991-1995 he studied painting and graduated with honor the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana, Slovenia, […]

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8 JULY 2016

Magical Colors By Tim Hale

Magical Colors By Tim Hale A famous writer one day was looking close-up at a friend’s painting and said, “I wish I had the same word for that color you just mixed!” I remember when I first read that and how it hit straight home. I had never thought how colors could be so magical. […]

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