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ME – New Poetic Album by Eva Mayer

Eva Mayer, one of the most promising Russian poets of today, has recently announced the release of her third poetic album titled “ME.” The album will be officially introduced in Russia this Friday, November 8, but we can already say with confidence that it is...

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How to Pack Art for Shipping Internationally?

Whether you are an art business professional, art collector, or artist, at some point, you may face the task of shipping art overseas, be it for the purpose of selling or for an international exhibit. It is needless to say that transporting artwork abroad is pretty...

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Nina Pandolfo’s First Solo Exhibition with JD Malat Gallery

Following the success of Summer Exhibition 2019 and Robert Montgomery’s “Shiny Colourful Amusements for the Walls of the Bourgeoisie,” JD Malat Gallery has announced the opening of another art exhibition at the gallery space in Mayfair, London. Titled “Gratitude,” it is a solo exhibition of...

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An Ultimate Guide on How to Find the Value of Artwork

From day to day, we happen to hear questions like “Who on earth would buy it?” or “How and why does that painting cost so much?” Truth be told, the mystery of the artwork value is still incomprehensible for many people. Those who are not...

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The Shanghai International Art Fair 2019

An Oriental marvel, Shanghai, is home to thousands of luxurious exhibitions that grab the attention of art lovers all over the world. If you are one of them, then you should definitely visit the Shanghai International Art Fair (SIAF) that will take place in Shanghai...

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Introducing Designer Glasses by Will Yaya

Fine Art Shippers is pleased and excited to introduce a new collection of exclusive designer glasses by Will Yaya. Will Yaya is a Colombian-born artist who most of his life lives in Spain. Together with his brother, Alexander Yaya, he owns Crisolart Galleries, a reputable...

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The Blanton Museum of Art – A University Art Museum in Austin, TX

The most recent statistics show that there are approximately 17,500 museums in the United States, both big and small. Amongst all of them, there is a special university art museum that we want to draw your attention to. It is known as the Blanton Museum...

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NYAFAIR: TriBeCa’s Contemporary Art Fair

Long gone are the days when TriBeCa, which is the acronym for Triangle Below Canal Street, was a commercial area with lots of industrial warehouses and factories producing dry goods and textiles. Today, TriBeCa is a desirable neighborhood of Lower Manhattan where many entrepreneurs, models, actors, artists, and...

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