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Art & Technology: How to Use Blockchain to Authenticate Art?

Recently, we talked about the problem of art authenticity and the great forgery scandals that shook the art world. While art forgery is a p...
Monochrome Paintings Explained: A Thousand Meanings of a Single Color

Monochrome Paintings Explained: A Thousand Meanings of a Single Color

Monochrome paintings created by applying one single color over an entire canvas, require a lot of effort and time, yet the final result is often...
10 Ways Blockchain Technology is Changing Art

10 Ways Blockchain Technology is Changing Art

This article first appeared at Coincentral.com   Throughout history, art and technology have had a complex but beneficial relationship. Both ...
Why are Freeports an Increasingly Popular Choice for Storing Priceless Art?

Why are Freeports an Increasingly Popular Choice for Storing Priceless Art?

Originally established to facilitate trade between distant locations, freeports are nowadays increasingly being used to store art and other luxu...
New Trends in Office Space Design: How to Pick the Right Artwork for Your Workplace

New Trends in Office Space Design: How to Pick the Right Artwork for Your Workplace

Office space design has changed dramatically in the past few years. Cubicles and boring office spaces are increasingly being replaced by new, co...
Art Forgery: Why Do We Care So Much for Originals?

Art Forgery: Why Do We Care So Much for Originals?

An art museum in the south of France recently made headlines when an art historian discovered that a whopping 60% of its collection is fake. A m...
Collecting vs. Buying Art - What Constitutes an Art Collection?

Collecting vs. Buying Art - What Constitutes an Art Collection?

Despite the popular belief, assembling an array or random art pieces does not automatically constitute an art collection. Bringing together a...
Limited Edition Prints: Are They Worth Anything?

Limited Edition Prints: Are They Worth Anything?

Many collectors disregard prints. Prints are often seen as mass-produced copies of famous artworks that are just not that valuable or worth inv...
Collecting Tips & Tricks: How to Make the Most of an Art Fair

Collecting Tips & Tricks: How to Make the Most of an Art Fair

Hundreds of gallery booths and thousands of artworks conveniently packed under one roof, make art fairs must-visit events where collectors can ...
Art Trends XXI century - Art Acacia Gallery & Advisory

The 21st Century Art Movement - What is it?

Art has been a critical part of the human experience for thousands of years. A true study of the evolution of art throughout our history could t...
Art and the Human Brain: Crossed-Wires and Bright Lights

Art and the Human Brain: Crossed-Wires and Bright Lights

It is theorized that the very earliest cave paintings, etched into stone walls by ancient shamans using rough charcoal and iron-rich ochre, were meant to symbolise visions or dreams. The link between the human psyche and art is profoundly complex and little-understood, but modern technology is beginning to cast a faint ray of light on what happens when we experience art.
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The Physical Place of Artwork in the Interior Design Project

Whether you’re renting your first apartment or putting down the deposit on your second holiday home in southern France, sooner or later you’l...