Should We Be Allowed to Edit Pictures of Art for Instagram posts?

I go to a gallery. I take a picture of a couple of pieces. I pick the ‘best’ photo I took. I upload it to Instagram. Taking photos has probably become too much of a focus for me, and I should really spend less time in exhibitions looking at the pieces through my iPhone, but that’s how it is. Recently though I’ve been thinking a…

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15 Art Events/Exhibitions to Visit this Summer

2020 was the year of virtual exhibitions, but this summer we are so ready to get back into real life art spaces! Experience immersive VR in the 360:VR Room, spark a connection with your new favourite artist at The Other Art Fair and celebrate black identity through the brilliant events at The Power Of ___Festival. Jump into a summer filled with inspiring stories and phenomenal…

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Kate Dunn: The Tabernacle – Welcome to Pharmakon (TJ Boulting, June 3rd to July 3rd 2021)

Downstairs in the TJ Boulting building, three of Dunn’s large arches are lined up against a wall with candy-bright acrylic curtains marking out the theatrical space – the performance is about to begin. The music begins, and under the studio lights the arches appear to be shades of pink and yellow. With Act II, the lights are switched to ultra-violet, illuminating the arches into neon…

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3 reasons the art world is intimidating and what you can do to overcome it.

We have all been there. Door like a bank, tinted windows and a buzzer system – it doesn’t exactly make you feel right at home. The art world can seem like a strange and intimidating place to navigate for several reasons so, what can you do to make it feel less intimidating?  Here are three of the key daunting aspects of the art world and…

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How are NFT’s benefiting artists & creators?

NFTs have skyrocketed to serious business over the past few months. There’s a lot of talk about money and investors, but what about the artists and creators behind them? Here’s the run down on some creators riding the NFT wave and benefiting themselves and the community in the process! Beeple Beeple’s legendary ‘The First 5000 Days’ artwork The most prominent NFT artists right now, Beeple…

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Where can I browse and buy NFT’s? Top 10 NFT Platforms

You’ve read all about the NFT phenomenon, now it’s time to put that knowledge into investment and collecting. But where do you start? We’ve broken down 10 of the top NFT marketplaces to get you going on your NFT journey. From eBay-style sites like OpenSea, to the beautiful Instagram quality of KnownOrigin. A must-see for art lovers and tech-fanatics alike! OpenSea “The eBay of NFTs”…

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The Spirit Of Camden

We’re pleased to introduce The Spirit of Camden, the first in a new series of short documentaries coming to ABTV How Does It Sound? The Spirit Of Camden puts the spotlight on one of the worst kept secrets of the famous neighbourhood: The Spiritual Bar. We discover the stories of the artists that made the venue a sanctuary for live music lovers in London. Five singer-songwriters share their stories…

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As strange times descend upon us, ‘Strange Weather’ lifts our spirits.

Welcoming the advent of Spring, where vivid colour and optimism shines unto our lives each year, Andrew Salgado opens the season with his online exhibition ‘In The Springtime We’ll Go Dancing’ on March 18th, with Beers London. The anticipated collection leads us forward from the critically acclaimed ‘Strange Weather’ showcased in Autumn 2020. Moving on from the hallucinatory dreamscape, with a new founded sense of…

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In Conversation With Beers London’s Founder: Kurt Beers

Kurt Beers, owner of the contemporary art gallery Beers London, knows a thing or two about the ever-changing art landscape in London and the international art market.  Nestled in the heart of cosmopolitan Old Street, Beers has been collaborating with established artists, curators and executives throughout the art world and has become known for shining a spotlight on new and exciting artistic blood over the…

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