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Animal Art Fair finds gap in the market

Animal Art Fair finds gap in the market

On 5th May 2011, the second instalment of the Animal Art Fair opens at Fulham Palace, London. The inaugural Animal Art Fair in 2010 lived up to its ambition of showcasing the greatest selection of animal artists exhibiting in one place at one time. Creating a unique marketplace, the Animal Art Fair is able to [...]


Reinvigorating past Masters in Venice

Reinvigorating past Masters in Venice

From the 24th – 28th August, Renaissance Online went to Venice for the Vernissage period of the Venice Architecture Biennale. As Publisher of Renaissance Online I was also there with my Flint PR hat on, promoting an iPhone app created especially for the Biennale. Whilst most of the architectural pavilions were not necessarily directly relevant [...]


The Collectors: Peggy Guggenheim’s 20th century masterpieces

The Collectors: Peggy Guggenheim's 20th century masterpieces

Philip Rylands, Director of the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice, explains how this collector of 20th century masterpieces began her great passion – and shares his personal favourites Hear the name ‘Hearst’, you think ‘Newspapers’; ‘Hitchcock’ – movies. And with art one name immediately speaks volumes: ‘Guggenheim’. Born of a family of philanthropists, Solomon Guggenheim [...]


Uncharted Territory: the African contemporary art market

Uncharted Territory: the African contemporary art market

African contemporary art has exploded on the Western scene in recent years but it’s still not too late to get in at the ground level If you are looking to buy something new and hot, you should definitely check out African contemporary art. But you’d better hurry: some artists are already competing at the highest [...]