Not long ago we spoke with the fabulous Niamh Lawler and she told us that one thing she cannot make art without is a good podcast. So we got to thinking, what has been on the iPods and stereos of the Artfetch artists this summer? Find out in our artist tested and artist recommended listening picks list.
It seems the world and the internet is having something of an inspo quote moment. And we think the best artists and writers have the same seemingly magical ability to capture and crystallise emotion, so what happens when they come together? Patricia Tsouros pairs the best of sentimentally wise quotes with an artwork to match in this selection of inspiring duos to brighten your day.
The Portret Project is a niche art gallery in New Delhi, India that focuses on portraiture as an art form and its transformation over time. Twenty for Twenty fis a series of exhibitions, the first of which just opened at the gallery, which focus on the human likeness in art ranging from the traditional to the conceptual. Here Ayesha Singh tells us more.
A writer and photographer with a soft spot for art, Guest Curator Shamira Muhammad covers news, art and more for a range of newspapers and blogs, including The Guardian and The Huffington Post. Today she talks about her latest project combining travel, culture and illustration, her favourite places around the world, and her Top 10 Artfetch artworks.
Last month we took you to UdK’s annual degree show and that got us thinking, who are the recent graduate artists already making waves since donning their graduation robes in the past year? Moyah Sutherland shares five emerging graduate artists worthy of your notice.
Jonathan Daniel Pryce is a London-based photographer focusing on men’s fashion. Blogging under the name GarçonJon, his beautiful images document fashion trends across generations with a keen eye for the moments when contemporary and classic fuse. As this week’s Guest Curator he delves into all things creative and talks about London life, how an iPhone influences his art and, of course, his top picks from Artfetch.