Award-winning interior designer and founder of Ayka Design, Michelle Evans, discusses the techniques she uses to transform bold shapes into textures.
Tying into the UK/UAE Year of Creative Collaboration, the exhibition is a celebration of British-based contemporary design and its pioneers, all never before seen in the UAE.
Art Dubai is looking for art enthusiasts to join its volunteer team for the upcoming edition.
For its second year at Art Dubai, Piaget will exhibit its new High Jewellery collection Sunny Side of Life.
Hoom Art Gallery is contemporary art gallery specialize in photo realistic art in painting. It is a place find a great art quality by young artist with glorious boot.
Across her body of work, Ahn elegantly builds on traditional Korean painting techniques to engage themes of her own cultural heritage and identity as a Korean woman living between Asia and the United States. Here, she uses the peony, traditionally a symbol of wealth and honor in Asian society, as an
Following a strong summer show of new work at Seoul’s Gallery Baton, rising South Korean painter Yoon has been on collectors’ radars across Asia.
To snap this stunning image, South Korean photographer Boomoon stood in the frigid waters of Iceland’s Skogar waterfalls until he attained the perfect shot—one that captured the sheer power of rushing water.
Arcadia Contemporary is excited to present Brad Kunkle's debut, solo show on the West Coast this November.
Titled "In/visible", this exhibition will display all new works with Kunkle's signature gilded technique and refined figurative painting style.
Born in Fairfield, CA in 1964, Matthew Cornell's first memories reflect upon the American experience of a cross country "road trip", a romance combining the automobile and the family vacation, bearing witness to the varied American landscape.
The buzz-worthy Chicago-based painter Josh Reames, born in 1985, consciously employs commonly used artistic techniques, such as trompe-l’oeil, action painting, graphic design, screen-printing, and rudimentary drawing, all existing on one plane.
The French sculptor Caroline Mesquita, born in 1989, works in metal, plastic, and glass, creating both abstract and figurative works. Her unique approach to forms and space draws on the appeal of the familiar and trusted only to then obliterate it.
Born in 1984, London-based artist Kate Cooper is a sharp observer of representations of femininity amid manipulated images. The artist is showing a new series of work at abc, which will experiment with premonitions, astrology, and magic as tools of autonomous, creative agency.
Berlin-based artist Philipp Modersohn, born in 1986, combines everyday objects with concrete and artificial stone to create formations that appear to be showing accelerated geological stratification planes, as if they were the material byproduct of a time warp.
Born in 1985 in Chile, the Berlin-based artist Max Schaffer deals with techniques of appropriation and translations, mediated by technology.
Humor and surprise are central to Baldessari’s seminal practice. Here, a big white circle obscures a parking lot scene, as if a hole has been cut out of the image. Part of a portfolio of color photographs, all partially concealed, this work harkens back to the artist’s placement of ...
Janna Watson,Based in Toronto, emerging abstract artist Watson is making her mark on the Canadian arts scene with her vibrant, painterly compositions. Watson works intuitively, stating that “line is used as a metaphor in my work, for the lifespan of a thought caught on canvas.”
The emerging London-based design studio Random International applies artificial intelligence algorithms to build interactive installation art, like this work featured at Pace’s design- and tech-focused booth.