The picture-perfect city of Amsterdam is playing host to talent from all around the world when it stages the first Amsterdam International Art Fair from 28th to 29th August 2015.
Amsterdam Int’l Art Fair is the international art fair in the Dutch city that brings over 150 exhibitors from around the globe for Amsterdam to enjoy! Attracting art galleries, cultural institutions, art critics and collectors. Offering over 3,000 art pieces on display for exhibition and sale, this is a prime opportunity to immerse oneself into a rich collection of global art either as investor, dealer or purchaser.
A rich and wonderful mix of talented artists presented by international galleries from over 30 countries that will be filling the prime located Beurs van Berlage – Amsterdam with an incredible display of art.
Fri 28th Aug 2015: VIP Private View and Vernissage € 10 EUR: 18.00pm – 21.00pm prebook
Sat 29th Aug 2015: Free entry 11.00am – 17.00pm prebook (Global Art Awards Ceremony at 16.00pm)
To apply to take part please go to: http://www.amsterdamartfair.com/applications-guidelines/
Condign Art Magazine issue 07 – OUT NOW!
Condign Art Magazine is an online World Contemporary Art Magazine. Giving readers comprehensive details of what’s going on in the international art world. Art Events, Interviews, Reviews, Art Market, Investable Artists, Art Collector Info, featuring Banksy, the Wynwood Miami’s Art & Soul, and the Rotterdam International Art Fair preview. Enjoy!
Just returned from USA, Aryz created two new masterpieces in Sanlucar de Barrameda in the Andalucía and the character with the hotdog women in Madrid.
The man with the hotdog woman (or hotwoman dog) Madrid, Spain 2013
Peacock. Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Andalucía, Spain 2013.
On the beach of Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro has staged a silent protest organized by the group “The River of Peace” with this activity highly symbolic that wants to bring to light the excessive government spending for the Confederations Cup and the World Cup football of 2014 and its total apparent abandonment of serious social problems.
A huge banner displayed on the beach read: “We need schools, hospitals and public safety high quality as that of the stages of the FIFA World Cup.”