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The Timeless Relevance of Public Art:...
As New Yorkers, we have all experienced iconic public art across the city. Our team at newcube spoke to the female-led team at Art Production Fund, one of the most exciting non-profit organizations, that commissions and produces public art in tandem with artists with the aim of engaging new audiences around contemporary art.
Young Collectors Spotlight: Alex Abedine
With the rise of a new generation of art collectors around the world and equally the rise of social media, our team at newcube has met inspiring and passionate patrons of the art, some of whom have yet to reach their thirties. Each with their own unique stories and itineraries in the art world, young collectors like Alex Abedine have built close relationships over the years with leading galleries and promising emerging artists.
Artists on our Radar
Whether you are looking to add to your collection or looking for inspiration—or just something new—gathered here are a group of female artists from diverse backgrounds and with disparate artistic practices that we’ll be following closely—and can’t wait to see what they do next.
By Annikka Olsen
Katayoun Vaziri, the painter of sensitive...
With her timeless postcard-sized paintings, Katayoun Vaziri paints sensitive social narratives, focussing on an interplay between people and environments. Frequently telling the stories of people that are suffering, Vaziri ensures she keeps “the dignity and privacy of those involved.” Discover her works and universe.
By Mollie Barnes
7 Books Every Artist or Art Enthusiast Should Read
Books offer the incredible opportunity to see from different perspectives, learn about the world around us, and garner new inspiration and insight. Whether a long-time reader or someone looking for a starting point, here is a curated collection of arts-related books that are worth the read for artists and art enthusiasts alike.
By Annikka Olsen