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collage #36
Work on paper, 30x40x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
I think I need a change of direction
Painting, 25x25 cm (w/h)
T P Hardisty
€450,-
Ancient Pink
Painting, 80x100 cm (w/h)
tribal
Painting
Leo Wijnhoven
€1.200,-
The Sinner
Photography, 90x113x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Erik Brede
For sale
collage #38
Work on paper, 30x40x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Chanel Beauty Look 2013
Prints, 40x55 cm (w/h)
Amsterdam View Opus 1605
Photography, 120x80x2 cm (w/h/d)
Geert Lemmers
€1.400,-
Hooked by Love
Sculpture, 35x40x35 cm (w/h/d)
Jorn van Hoorn
€2.800,-
The Gunner Part 1
Photography, 90x113x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Erik Brede
For sale
Ingebed
Painting
Leo Wijnhoven
€4.200,-
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Painting

SILENT JOY
Painting, 90x120x2 cm (w/h/d)
Anokhi Lani
€1.100,-
Sem título - Untitled
Painting, 100x120x2 cm (w/h/d)
I need a joint
Painting, 25x25 cm (w/h)
T P Hardisty
€450,-
uncomfortable
Painting, 0.6x0.9 cm (w/h)
Inge Jongens
€800,-
Abstract thoughts Opus 9
Painting, 60x80x4 cm (w/h/d)
By water
Painting, 30x40 cm (w/h)
Sem título - Untitled
Painting, 100x120x4 cm (w/h/d)
Red in The Sunset
Painting, 96x109 cm (w/h)
Syra Larkin
€1.650,-
Sale
I-Thou (Inner Dialogue I)
Painting, 48x42x1 inch (w/h/d)
Alena Ahrens
$3.750,-$5.150,-
Sale
Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
Painting, 60x60x4 cm (w/h/d)
Borg de Nobel
€475,-€1.250,-
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Photography

cyanonype # 1
Photography, 40x40x0.2 cm (w/h/d)
Dinand 77_II
Photography, 80x100x2 cm (w/h/d)
Geert Lemmers
€1.350,-
Boulevard
Photography, 120x80x0.5 cm (w/h/d)
Indigo Sum
€950,-
The Sinner
Photography, 90x113x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Erik Brede
For sale
The fidler
Photography, 75x50 cm (w/h)
Oscar de Wit
€1.150,-
Willem Lodewijk van Nassau | Leeuwarden Lonkt
Photography, 115x84.5x3 cm (w/h/d)
Maartje Roos
€2.300,-
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Sculpture

Bass Walker
Sculpture, 28x110x16 cm (w/h/d)
Demiurge Metal
€1.600,-
Wrist Cutter
Sculpture, 28x110x16 cm (w/h/d)
Demiurge Metal
€1.800,-
The victory of Jonas
Sculpture, 40x18x15 cm (w/h/d)
Ton Eyssen
On hold
Infinito
Sculpture, 22x22x22 cm (w/h/d)
Eternal Love - Bronze
Sculpture, 30x35 cm (w/h)
Globetrotter
Sculpture, 15x55x15 cm (w/h/d)
Jean-Luc Bertel
€1.050,-
Streamer 38
Sculpture, 34x57x15 cm (w/h/d)
Temple
Sculpture, 51x51x19 cm (w/h/d)
Cornelis Rijken
€3.400,-
Arabian Horse Head
Sculpture, 150x3600x20 cm (w/h/d)
Baba Art
€10.000,-
Venus
Sculpture, 9x12x6 cm (w/h/d)
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New Media

Field of honor for disappeared species
New Media, 100x80x2 cm (w/h/d)
Geert Lemmers
€1.400,-
Esmeralda Veroncida
New Media, 55x80x3 cm (w/h/d)
Dominic Brown
€1.400,-
Childrens Playground 'Walk on Cans'
New Media, 100x100x0.3 cm (w/h/d)
bumcadusca #1 @ the beach
New Media, 200x95x4 cm (w/h/d)
Rick Huser
€10.000,-
Relaxing hero 1
New Media, 88x98x1 (w/h/d)
Han Dirkx
For sale
Holy Cow II !
New Media, 130x100 cm (w/h)
Jerome Coppo
For sale
Boats in Brittany
New Media, 55x39 cm (w/h)
Holy Cow!
New Media, 90x120 cm (w/h)
Jerome Coppo
For sale
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Top 10: European exhibitions in 2021

11 January - 2021
by Alice Broeksma

A new year, and a wealth of new exhibitions in Europe - if we are lucky we will even be able to visit them. If not, many museums offer rich programmes of talks, events and exhibition material on line. Not the real thing, but a treat nevertheless and a good way to reduce your carbon footprint. Here...

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Looking back at creative 2020: the growing online art market

31 December - 2020
by Femke van Leeuwen

2020 will be in the history books because of the corona virus, but it was also mainly a creative year: innovative solutions had to be devised in order to continue to do as much as possible as before. It was therefore a year in which a lot happened online. This also applies to the art market, where...

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Welcome to a winter wonderland: wintery artworks in the spotlight

24 December - 2020
by Femke van Leeuwen

Christmas has arrived and to get our readers in the mood, we have put a number of wintery artworks in the spotlight. Are you walking along in our winter wonderland? Winter [Haykuhi Khachatryan - 'Winter']Haykuhi Khachatryan - 'Winter' ‘Winter’ by the Armenian artist Haykuhi Khachatryan...

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Interview Rose Blood: Gothic, androgynous, new wave

11 January - 2021

Rose Blood is a young, androgynous American artist predominantly working in the digital domain. Although he is influenced by the Russian gothic style artist Yaroslav Gerzhedovich, he does not wish to be confined to a single genre. Rose Blood uses ‘expressionism, universal, new wave’ as a...

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Bruce Nauman - visionary

8 January - 2021

Exhibitions around the world until 21.02.21 - Tate Modern - Bankside London The video installation chosen to greet visitors of the major Bruce Nauman exhibition in Tate Modern could not have been more timely. ‘Washing Hands Normal’ (1996) is projected on two monitors, showing the American...

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Participate as artist in the EuropArtFair 2021

3 January - 2021

Dear artist, The EuropArtFair 2021 in Amsterdam is a high quality art fair with a strict balloting. Located at a fantastic, industrial location The Gashouder at Westergas in the heart of the city which is known for its exciting and creative festivals and events. More info at...

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From Thonet to Dutch Design

8 December - 2020

Exhibitions around the world Until 21 March 2021, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam As a country, The Netherlands is famous for its rich art culture and skilful design. At the end of the 20th century ‘Dutch Design’ became an internationally known term for innovation, simplicity and experiment. It is...

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How to Use a Photography Cheat Sheet

27 November - 2020

As a photographer, if you’re always aspiring for that perfect shot, you may already know that you require more than just luck to get the desired results. When it comes to photography, there’s nothing that can replace the knowledge of the fundamentals of photography and constant practice to get...

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The Future Of Art Fairs After Covid-19

21 October - 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic left several businesses and cultures to take a break. In particular, the art world hit a figurative wall as enthusiasts in various global regions can’t visit local and international fairs. Still, it begs the question, “What would be the state of these art fairs after...

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