Author: Art Manager

“Art for Art” as a new trend on Art New York 2018

The name «Art for Art» [1]  represents the concept, in the basis of which lies the idea of the value and significance of the piece of art as an act of [...]

“Art For Art” movement

Art for Art is one of the latest trends in contemporary art based on the principle of the Anonymity. Art for Art is a name  of movement in contemporary [...]


JOHN ATWOOD John Atwood is a contemporary figurative painter and an recognized artist in the Urban Art but for this time "Atwood" is not a real name [...]

Who Is The Artist? Thoughts on Anonymous Street Art

Emily Colucci An anonymous street art work in Brooklyn with a graffiti appendage added on.  Evacuated from my Lower Manhattan apartment and hiding [...]

Anonymity, pseudonymity, and outsider art

Konstantinos Vassiliou Department of Visual and Applied  Arts, University of Western Macedonia, Fiorina, Greece Pseudonymity has proved to be a vital [...]

Harry Carlson – Artist. Great new Exhibitions coming!

  Harry Carlson — it is a monicker of a recognized artist but working under a pseudonym. The idea being to be recognized for his work in the work [...]

Art and Individuality in modern Society

Contemporary Art comes more and more influential on individual perception Daniel Rottenberg Modern society has crossed over the line separating the [...]

We Spoke to the Artist Fixing Cracks in the Sidewalk With Gold

Rachel Sussman’s ‘Sidewalk Kintsukuroi’ series brings a traditional Japanese art practice to the streets. Stafford Vice In the Spring of 2014, [...]

“Art For Art” as a new performance in Contemporary visual arts

“Art for Art” as one of the latest trends in contemporary art based on the principle of the anonymity. Franck Monsonego This performance is the [...]

Lush, Vibrant Paintings Depict the Magic of Growing Up Outdoors

Ewa Recinos Most of our childhood memories revolve around play: the games we made up, the imaginary friends we created, and the places where we felt the [...]