With the art world more accessible than ever before, thanks to a rise in online platforms, virtual galleries and sharing platforms, maybe it’s time to explore your inner Picasso or Koons? As a result of these exploratory channels and viable career paths evolving, up-and-coming artists are finding support from new avenues, encouraging them to take the leap of faith as individual creators.
Marion Maneker of ARTNews reflects on art as an asset and reasonably wonders after two decades of dramatically rising art prices whether art has not finally become an asset class, as some have hoped and many others feared. Read more →
While art flipping has been around for decades, awareness of the subject and how it negatively affects the careers of emerging artists is starting to get traction within the art market. Can this practice be regulated? And, should galleries, art advisors, auction houses, and art dealers do more to stop the practice? This article explores the consequences of art flipping while also touching on the importance of reducing or, preferably, avoiding it completely.
BE OPEN Art is happy to announce that Bernadett Timko, Hungary-born and London-based painter, printmaker and sculptor, has been voted the Artist of the Month by the visitors of art.beopenfuture.com
Aiming to showcase emerging talents, every month we invite everyone passionate with art to choose the best artist among those exhibited in our online gallery. Congratulations to Bernadett Timko whose impressive true-to-life paintings has gained her a majority of votes in April!
We also take the opportunity to applause to all the featured artists and thank everyone who voted.