15
Oct 18

6 Fresh Ways to Create a Gallery Wall

Whether you’re just beginning to carefully curate your favorite pieces of art, or you already have a gallery wall that rivals your local museum, we’re here to offer up some tips to mix things up a bit. Art is subjective, and the way you arrange it can vary greatly. Take a look at our ideas below to see how you can mix things up.

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15
Sep 18

Disney Is Opening a Pop-Up In NYC To Celebrate Mickey Mouse

Since Mickey Mouse is Disney’s claim to fame, it makes sense that the company would go all out for his milestone birthday.

To celebrate the mouse’s 90th anniversary, Disney is throwing a pop-up bash in NYC called ‘Mickey: The True Original Exhibition.’ This 16,000-square-foot experience will allow visitors to interact with art installations created by various artists—from Brooklyn visual artist Shinique Smith to LA-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho. These professionals are tasked with a very important job—to depict Mickey Mouse’s important influence on art and pop culture.

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18
Aug 18

Tina Knowles Lawson Once Accidentally Bought Two Picassos

Tina Knowles Lawson, who is known for her corny jokes on Instagram (but may also be recognized as the mom of powerhouse entertainers Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Solange Ferguson), recently shared her extensive art collection with Kimberly Drew for Vanity Fair’s September issue.

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08
Aug 18

This Digital Museum in Tokyo Is Instagram Heaven

For the ultimate sensory experience, look no further than the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo. Touted as the world’s first digital art museum, the massive, seamless demonstration referred to as teamLab Borderless covers 107,000 square feet and features 50 examples of moving artwork that is designed to respond to and stimulate each of the senses—and inspire so many Instagrams.

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25
Jul 18

This Immersive Fun House Is Full Of More Than Just Sideshow Tricks

For a comprehensive reminder of just how wonderfully left field Snarkitecture has gone with its designs since its inception a decade ago, you’ll definitely want to check out the New York-based studio’s Fun House exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.

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21
Jul 18

Prince Charles Is Giving You A Peek At His Private Family Photos In a New Exhibit

Prince Charles is putting his private life on display… literally. In a new exhibit in Buckingham Palace’s Ball Supper Room (don’t you have one of those in your house?) the Prince of Wales is showing the world an exhibit titled “Prince and Patron.” It features over 100 items belonging to Charles and the Royal Collection, ranging from photographs and paintings all the way to personal memorabilia and knickknacks, PEOPLE reports.

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13
Jul 18

See All the Art From Beyonce and Jay Z's APESH*T Video On This New Louvre Tour

Have you ever seen a crowd going apes**t over a world-renowned art museum? Well, you could soon bear witness to this phenomenon, that is, if you’re one of the lucky visitors who get to take the new 90-minute self-guided tour of all the paintings in the Louvre that appeared in Beyonce and Jay’s recent music video.

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10
Jul 18

Prince Harry Bought Meghan Markle This Art —And Here's Where You Can Get it

While you may never seen the inside of Nottingham Cottage, now you can furnish your own home with the same art as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle… if you move fast.

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01
Jun 18

15 Online Sources Perfect for The Art Lover on a Budget

I wish I had the kind of disposable income that allowed me to walk into my favorite galleries and buy the work that I love right off the walls, but let’s be real, that’s just not gonna happen anytime soon. So instead I will rely on the next best (read: affordable) thing: the Internet.

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13
May 18

A TV-Free, 600-Square-Foot Shared Chicago Apartment Fosters Creativity β€” House Call

Name: Katherine Corden and her fiancé Dave
Location: Lincoln Park Neighborhood — Chicago, Illinois
Size: 600 square feet
Years lived in: 1 year, renting

Dave and I moved in together about one year ago, around the same time we got engaged. We both are physical therapists full time but when we’re not working, we are pursuing our creative passions! Dave loves playing guitar and learning new music, and I am working to grow my fine art business. When creating this home together we wanted it to aesthetically represent us, but more importantly we wanted it to encourage us to embrace our true selves while supporting our relationship. By integrating both our passions throughout the apartment (his music and my art), those creative outlets are always front of mind. We also intentionally chose not to put a television in our apartment, a decision that has made a big difference in how we spend our time together.

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