Bridget Riley’s retrospective exhibition, London

One of the latest trends in wedding design, is taking inspiration from major art exhibitions around the world to create imagery to inspire couples to come up with something unique on their wedding day. Couples tend to choose a more modern and contemporary look and  are…

New exhibition at Hampton Court Palace, London

Elizabethan gifts to link with new exhibition at Hampton Court Palace To mark the opening of a new exhibition at Hampton Court Palace, The Lost Dress of Elizabeth I, on 12 October, Tudor-enthusiasts can now shop for Elizabethan inspired gifts on the Historic Royal Palaces online shop…

Beirut Art Fair 2019

The 10th edition of BEIRUT ART FAIR, the international modern and contemporary art fair with a focus on the scenes of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA region), will take place from 18 to 22 September 2019 in Beirut. A space for artistic revelations,…

Our design contest winner: Masoud Akhavanjam

About Masoud Akhavanjam: Born in 1969 in Tehran, Iran, Masoud Akhavanjam was sent to Boarding School in Marburg Germany, at the age of 14. In 1989 Akhavanjam moved to the United States and attended the George Washington University, receiving a degree in Biology in 1995.…

Joseph Klibansky in London Mayfair

The hugely anticipated Joseph Klibansky’s ‘All I Ever Wanted Was Everything’ new solo exhibition is coming to London’s Mayfair. After the recent and highly successful exhibition in LA, this solo show, which marks Klibansky’s first in London, will open at HOFA Gallery (The House of…

Art Trends in 2019

From food to fashion, trends shape how we see the world. Trends determine what we buy, where we travel, what we eat and what we wear. The art world is no different. Major movements in global art create a ripple effect stretching from high-end galleries…

Aesthetics meets Economics – World Art Dubai

WHY SHOULD BUYERS LOOK TO AFFORDABLE ART? By World Art Dubai As one of the biggest themes of 2019, the notion of ‘inclusion’ has taken root in the art world as a direct consequence of the public demanding more accessibility and broader opportunities. Gone are…