Researchers have developed an AI-based system capable of identifying which artist created a given painting with a high degree of accuracy.
No matter what your relationship status is right now, this book series will make you believe that love really does exist even in small things.
Serious collectors take note! Sotheby’s will auction off the monumental “Grande Femme I” by Alberto Giacometti on Oct. 28. For this exceptional sale, the house has opted for an original bidding strategy. Collectors can submit their bid online, in total confidentiality, until Oct. 27 — as long as their offer is above $90 million (around […]
27.7 million dollars. That was the winning bid for the work “Abstraktes Bild (649-2)” by abstract painter Gerhard Richter at the recent Sotheby’s “Contemporary Art” sale. A sum well above the pre-sale estimate of $18 million, which shows genuine interest in Asia for works by the acclaimed visual artist. “Abstraktes Bild (649-2)” also set a […]
The famous drawing of a little boy getting hugged by a little girl—which some have associated with their early 2000s emo phase—has been re-created by its artist. Irene Strychalski, who now works as a story artist for Marvel, revealed that she was unaware of her old drawings’ reach up until recently, as per her Instagram […]
While professionals in the art world are envisioning a post-pandemic slump, TAFETA has announced a new initiative to attract indecisive collectors. The London-based gallery, specialized in modern and contemporary African art, has recently launched the “SixforSix” initiative. TAFETA offers the opportunity for collectors to live with up to three pieces from their “SixforSix” collection for […]
For those interested in sharing their artworks, short stories, poems, and articles as contributions to POP! Creators, you might want to know about these things first. Who can submit to POP! Creators? Anyone who is 13-years-old and above can submit their works to POP! Creators via email at [email protected] If you are below the age bracket […]
As fans and artists alike are still reeling from the death of Qinni, a stationery company has come under fire for using her artworks without permission.
The colossal piece, created by French artist Bernar Venet, is composed of two sweeping arcs that measure 60 and 20 meters respectively.