Welcome to our world of art.
We're excited to announce that our London-based photographer Edo Zollo has opened his much anticipated solo exhibition "Beauty In Older Women" at the Craft Central Gallery in Clerkenwell, London (July 7th-13th).
Over the last few decades, Chinese contemporary artists have become an essential part of the international art scene, and have injected excitement, innovation, and energy. Some artists, such as Ai Weiwei, have become political art celebrities. Others, such as Zhang Xiaogang and Zeng Fanzhi, are now among the most expensive artists alive. But contemporary Chinese art is so much more, and to celebrate the Chinese new year, we’re thrilled to introduce some of the Chinese artists on Artfinder. Equipped with unrivalled skills and an urge to explore new avenues, they have impressed us not only with their art, but also with their absolute professionalism. Never before has it been easier to enjoy the Chinese art revolution.
The new 2014 'daily painting' project from Julian Sutherland-Beatson is underway! Continuing a project begun in 2008 with a different theme each year, 'At Home and Abroad' will comprise acrylic paintings of the countryside, coastline and urban areas of the UK and abroad. The paintings are offered for sale on the day of painting exclusively through Artfinder.
Riding the famous Californian Zephyr, Joe Simpson travelled from New York to San Francisco, taking photos and drawing sketches along the way. On returning to London, he transformed his source material into a body of photorealist paintings which will be exhibited for the first time at Reuben Colley Fine Arts in Birmingham from 7th until 22nd June 2013.
Celebrity hair and makeup designer OscarAlexander Lundberg has adorned some of the world’s most recognisable faces, and has been featured in publications including Vogue, Harpaar’s Bazaar, Glamour, Tatler, and The Sunday Times. Starting out his career as a model in Sweden, he quickly realised he enjoyed working behind the camera more than in front of it, and has since worked with the likes of Natasha and Daniel Bedingfield, Vince Kidd, Sadie Frost, Sally Phillips and the cast of SKINS. We asked OscarAlexander to pick his favourite works on Artfinder, and tell us a bit about his inspirations.
When twentieth century icon Roy Lichtenstein painted comic book scenes on a scale never before seen, he lifted the comic strip style into the realm of “Fine Art”. It was a bold move that changed the course of art forever. In anticipation of Tate Modern’s major survey Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, we take a look at art inspired by the mighty comic. Ka-Boom!