Navigating The Complexities of International Art Shipping: Ensuring the Safe Transit of Large-Sized Paintings
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by Nancy Zafrani
5d ago
Shipping your large-sized paintings across borders is no small feat. Every stroke, color, and texture represents not just artistic vision but countless hours of dedication. However, the journey from your studio to an international destination is fraught with risks. Damages from handling, environmental conditions, and even the slightest oversight in packaging can compromise the integrity of your artwork. Add to this the labyrinth of international shipping regulations, customs duties, and the potential for delays, and you quickly realize the critical need for precision and knowledge in this proc ..read more
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Industry One Showcases Artist Raul Urias’ New Collection
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by INDUSTRY One
1w ago
Today INDUSTRY One, a first-of-its-kind commission-free gallery aiming to challenge traditional art exhibition norms, opened its doors to its latest art exhibit, Infinite Human. This showcase features hand-painted originals by the esteemed artist and illustrator Raul Urias. Originally from Chihuahua, Mexico and currently based in Mexico City, Urias is a distinguished visual artist and illustrator with an impressive portfolio that includes collaborations with global brands like Apple, Nike, Google, and Adidas. Renowned for his vibrant color palette and comic book-inspired visuals, his artistic st ..read more
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Building Trust and Confidence: How an LLC Enhances Your Art Gallery’s Professionalism
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by Amanda E. Clark
1w ago
Strictly speaking, anyone can create a few paintings, hang them on a wall, and call it an art gallery. But of course, not all art galleries are created equal, and there is a world of difference between personal art displays and more serious, public venues. Demonstrating that your art gallery belongs in that latter category is imperative if you want to draw attendees or procure any kind of funding. The question is how. There are a number of strategies for art galleries to bolster their credibility, but none more important than choosing the correct legal structure. Specifically, art galleries ca ..read more
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Unleashing Creativity: Unexpected Tools For Extraordinary Paintings
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by Hannah Smith
2w ago
Art can be many things. It can be classical and traditional, as much as it can be modern and unconventional. Whatever you do, you can call it art. These days, even an AI-generated image can be called art if an artist is behind it. When you are just learning to become the greatest artist of the next generation, you are constantly on the lookout for new mediums. Finding your true personal style is not easy, especially if you want to profit from your art. When looking for artists to do commercial orders, buyers usually look for specific styles and art forms. One of the most significant pieces of ..read more
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A Unique Canvas: XLERATOR® Hand Dryers at Artists for Humanity
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by Joshua Griffing
2w ago
In the heart of Boston, Artists For Humanity (AFH) provides a dynamic hub where high schoolers dive headfirst into the exhilarating world of art and design. Since its inception in 1991, AFH has become the largest employer of teenagers in the city. More than 300 young visionaries unite with seasoned art and design mentors, along with the vibrant business community, to learn, collaborate and grow. “Our teens are capable and intelligent, and all they need is opportunities to find success,” said AFH cofounder and Managing Director of Programs Jason Talbot. “We are of the opinion that if we can put ..read more
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The U.S. Art Market: A Legal and Financial Guide
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by Matthew Erskine
3w ago
The U.S. art market, celebrated for its vitality and economic impact, is a sophisticated arena filled with legal, commercial, and regulatory complexities. As the dynamics of buying and selling art evolve, stakeholders face an increasing array of challenges that surpass mere aesthetic considerations. This article seeks to unravel the intricate web of art transactions in the United States, shedding light on the legal frameworks, copyright issues, and tax considerations that shape this industry. Photo Courtesy of Pixaby by Steven Yu Navigating Legal Foundations and Contractual Agreements Centra ..read more
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It’s a Wrap! Artexpo New York 2024
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by Linda Mariano
3w ago
It was the first weekend of April — and New Yorkers were once again buzzing about Artexpo New York. The world’s original fine art marketplace and longest running contemporary art fair held its 47th edition at Pier 36 in the trendy Lower East Side of Manhattan, April 4-7, 2024. With 200 innovative international and national galleries, art publishers, and artists, the fair showcased original work from literally hundreds of artists. The fair floor was full of excitement and energy — not to mention sales! There was a 14% increase in VIP and Collector ticket holders — a clear indication that art e ..read more
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Native American Influences on an Artist’s Journey
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by The Artist Book Foundation
3w ago
Will Barnet’s artistic journey is not just a reflection of his own creative talent, but also a testament to the diverse influences that shape an artist’s distinct style. Spanning nearly eight decades, Barnet’s career as a painter and printmaker exemplifies a quest for innovation and a deep appreciation for the artistic traditions that surrounded him. From the tumultuous era of the Great Depression to the dawn of the twenty-first century, Barnet’s oeuvre evolved amidst the shifting landscapes of art movements, from Social Realism to Abstract Expressionism. However, it was his engagement with Na ..read more
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The Logistics and Challenges of Transporting Priceless Masterpieces
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by Lucas Hamilton
1M ago
Transporting priceless masterpieces is a complex endeavor fraught with logistical challenges and meticulous planning. From securing the artworks against theft to ensuring their protection from environmental hazards, every aspect demands precise execution. Many considerations come into play under the lens of art transportation, ranging from specialized packaging to navigating international regulations. The delicate nature of these artifacts necessitates a keen understanding of art handling techniques and security protocols. As guardians of cultural heritage, transporting companies bear the weig ..read more
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Carrying on a Legacy: Upholding Handcrafted Family Tradition
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by Lindsey Chastain
1M ago
Nestled in the verdant rolling hills of East Tennessee resides a skilled artisan upholding his family’s longstanding tradition of handcrafting one-of-a-kind jewelry and painting. Rob Sherman, founder of Rob Sherman Designs and Mountain Song Jewelers, creates stunning wearable art pieces that celebrate the natural world around him. With sterling silver, gold, and thoughtfully selected stones, Rob carries forward the legacy of his family’s artistry spanning over 75 years. Born in Prescott, Arizona, the uncle and cousin of noted Southwestern silversmiths, Rob grew up immersed in the art of metal ..read more
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