Home is where the art is — which can make moving in together with a partner (and their collection) a tricky situation! Find common ground (and wall space) with these 12 tips for merging your art collections.
Elevating your collection and avoid these mistakes thanks to our tips and tricks to acquiring art for beginners (even if you don’t have a trust fund).
Put the art world in focus with our top 10 best art documentaries, including new releases and old favorites, up-and-coming artists and iconic figures.
In the video, “Landscapes: Painting From Memory or En Plein Air,” step into the contemporary landscape painting scene with gallery director Cade Tompkins to discover the different ways artists depict the beauty of nature.
Magical gals and their spooky pals: That’s how artist Sierra Leitner of Moonbound Studio describes the characters whose worlds she dreams up in her digital paintings.
With displays from acclaimed groups as well as new trailblazing works, discover vibrant and dynamic urban art on Los Angeles streets from historic trail blazers Risk and Los Four to current industry names like RiseOne and Royyal Dog.
Belgian photographer Axelle VM Philtjens’ fascination with Polaroid photography is a family affair.
Abundant in contemporary and modern works, air in art can manifest as a medium, concept, or symbol. See how Artrepreneur artists interpreted this theme in the first of a series of open call art competitions dedicated to the four elements.
Artist Nicole Holloway of Newfoundland, Canada, explores feminism, the environment, and her region’s singular terrain through mixed-media and digital collages, often finding images and inspiration at her local library.
Meet Ethiopian artist Minas Kahsay, whose paper mosaic artworks and digital paintings both celebrate his culture and draw awareness to his country’s conflicts.
Art as self-care has a variety of health benefits, new research shows — including reducing chronic pain and anxiety, and even increasing your lifespan. Find out how anyone can reap the benefits of creative practice, no artistic ability is required.