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Repost: Five Street Artists to Invest In

Check out this article: Five Street Artists To Invest In according to Art Finder. Artists mentioned include: Beejoir, Shepard Fairey, Cyclops, Eine and A.CE.

I currently have three of these artists on my radar. What do you think?

Street Art

A Ghostly Image.

This group of paintings are united by collaged images of people pulled from books, magazines, and cards. I often use collage in my work, and sometimes when I include an image of a person I will bury the image in a cloud of colour or line. 67 more words

Abstract Painting

"The Bamboula Dance: Dance of Freedom, Dance of Identity"

The Bamboula is a dance, music and drumming tradition brought to the Caribbean by enslaved Africans. The art form is a dramatic dance of rebellion and determination. 120 more words

Art Collecting

Collecting Eye Candy for Inspiration—and Fun

Eye Candy. It was the way I described San Francisco, the first time I was there. Later, it was my vision of Austin, the first time I visited, and ever after since living here. 177 more words

Art + Photo

"Hello Neighbour"

On a hillside covered in human skulls a man clutches his bowler hat  holding what appears to be a skull in his  right hand. He is slyly greeting a man wading across a toxic river  who is unsuspectingly tipping his pointy hat. 71 more words

Art collecting: the value of professional advice

Art collecting is a highly absorbing activity because it has an added dimension that distinguishes it from other types of investment: that of connoisseurship. This presents an enormous opportunity for learning, but also presents a hurdle for the ill-informed. 712 more words

Art Business

Paula Cooper Gallery, a pioneer in contemporary art, first SoHo, now Chelsea

PAULA COOPER IS AN EXTRAORDINARILY INNOVATIVE FORCE IN THE GALLERY WORLD, FIRST OPENING IN SOHO IN 1968 AND THEN, IN 1996, COMMISSIONING ART WORLD ARCHITECT RICHARD GLUCKMAN, A LEADING EXPERT IN ART GALLERY DESIGN,  TO CREATE AN ELEGANT EXHIBITION SPACE ON WEST 21st, THE CURRENT PRIMARY LOCATION OF PAULA COOPER GALLERY.  798 more words