It is quite simple — just one click and you are looking at contemporary art, displayed at an online gallery Art Goda.
Unlike other online art spaces, this one is not offering hundreds thousands of artworks. On the contrary — it is an art boutique.
Every collection is carefully curated and each artwork is selected by the owner. But does it work? Let’s find out by asking some questions.
Humanity has suffered from artphobia for centuries. This complicated psychological illness lacks scientific research, but fortunately, it is not that difficult to diagnose it.
Artphobia has spread among humans long time ago and is still affecting a large percentage of a global population.
Curing artphobia is quite simple, yet most people suffer from it because it is not curable by contemporary medicine.
Here is the list of most common symptoms for quick self diagnosis.
I won’t be making a mistake by saying that once in a lifetime every one of us has wondered — what is art and how does one define it.
The first intuitive thought that crosses our minds is related to paintings hanging on museum or gallery wall, but we also understand that it does not really answer our question.
This question has been sitting in my mind for a while too, together with few others.
Probably you are a very busy person, as most contemporary humans and this is the time when you are starting thinking about buying a piece of art.
You do not have time for a gallery crawl, you don’t want to wait for another art fair and so you are considering buying an artwork online.
Art costs much more than other goods we usually on e-commerce platforms, so you have doubts if your purchase will be secure and your order won’t result in a failure and frustration.
In this blog post I am listing the most common fairs of buying art…
This is the time of the year when everyone is looking for unique gift ideas and I feel obliged to talk about art as a gift.
I have been running my online art gallery for three years now, but until last summer, I did not gift any art.
Perhaps art was too common for me, as I grew up in artists’ family, art was something so usual to me, just as water and air. I may say it was not special, it was and it is an everyday necessity.
At some points in our lives we are all considering buying an artwork. Most often people are looking for an art piece to decorate their home when they move into a new place or want to refresh their living space somehow, make their apartment or house inspiring and cosy.
However, the process may raise a lot of doubts and questions, especially if you are not an experienced art buyer or a collector who navigates like a fish in the sea of art.
If you are considering buying a piece of art, you are probably facing the these questions:
Art has many forms and definitely one of the most affordable ways to style your walls with modern artworks is by downloading some artworks and printing them in desired size.
Printable wall art is really trending these days as it offers a lot of benefits to those who are searching for affordable ways to decorate their home, office or home office.
Tell any of your friends about an upcoming art exhibition and they will exclaim “Oh, how cool, I love art!”.
Open an Instagram feed and you will see images of so called “art lovers” posting from “Art Basel” or “Scope Miami”.
Being interested in art and demonstrating affection for contemporary artworks is sort of a trend nowadays. But I am wondering, how many artworks do such “art lovers” actually own? …
Mind blowing, beautiful, horrible, amazing, addictive — all these and many more adjectives are used while talking about art. I am really interested in the ADDICTIVE side of contemporary artworks.
Buying art can be like getting a tatoo — you get your first one, then you want another one, later — you just can’t resist the third one…. and so it goes.
Why does it have such an effect on people and why do we become art collectors?
There is more than one reason and I am explaining them all in this video.
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