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by Elliott Erwitt
Why Do We, Humans, Create Art? It’s a curious thing. Human beings have advanced incredibly in the past few thousand years. Our technology allowed us to conquer the entire world time and time again, using ingenious human creations to defeat one another in war, trade and even politics. There seem to be no limits to[...]

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private art collections
Private Art Collections: Friend or Foe to the Broader Art Community? While it might not be an age-old question quite yet, there’s ongoing debate across the art world on the ethics of private art collection. Does it support only the wealthy, leaving starving artists with nowhere to turn? Perhaps private collections breathe new life into[...]

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'The Gossip' by Norman Rockwell
15 Facts About the Art World: Ridiculous, Surprising and Impressive Art has been a part of humanity since the earliest cave paintings of 35-40,000 years ago. Today, art can be used as a tool to influence society, to bring us a feeling of pride or sorrow and is unrivaled in its ability to capture human[...]

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Art as a Tool: Leveraging Art to Illuminate Society Words are commonplace. The constant and unstoppable flow of words into our ears and eyes almost desensitises us to their impact. Example: if a news anchor describes an act of terror or political injustice, it might provoke an amount of pity or anger from a viewer.[...]

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Frida Kahlo
Female Artists in Today’s World – Is 31% Really Equal? The question of whether female artists have been marginalized over the years has been resoundingly answered: yes, quite blatantly. However, there’s little we can do about that now. It is appalling and regrettable that centuries of female artists’ work have been discarded, undervalued or flat-out[...]

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