Can you derive pleasure from viewing art through a screen, the same way you would viewing art placed physically before you?
Source: Art Business News.
L’art pour l’art (art for art’s sake) is no more. Today, striving artists face a single choice: integration or isolation. And it’s hard. Today’s supreme vacuum of personal creativity gets intertwined with a corporate-like model of success. An intricate patchwork, to say the least. We now recognize networking as the sole vessel of one’s creative triumph.
Born between the beginning of the 80s and the end of the 90s, today millennials are between the ages of 21 and 40. In this article Artsper analyses a new generation of buyers who are often regarded as somewhat of a mystery. Learn to identify their tendencies so you can respond to their needs with the necessary tools.
Source: The Artling.
We live in an age where many facets of our lives rest on the backbone of technology, including the way we create and experience Art. The growing field of Generative Art stands as a prime example. The term refers to any art practice that uses an autonomous system, with the artist constructing its infrastructure, defining its parameters, and selecting the final artwork(s) from the multiple outcomes it supplies.
BE OPEN Art is happy to announce that Keyonne ‘Keeks’ Yarde, a Barbadian raised stippling artist, has been selected the Regional Artist of the month (May) by the highest number of votes of BE OPEN Art online gallery visitors.