We actually have no words for this: we've won the People's Vote for Best Art Initiative in the world, 2020. These awards are, according to The New York Times, the Internet's highest honour. Firstly, there's the judge's selection, out of 13,000 applications from 70 countries, and we made it to the last 5 in our category. It really was enough to get that far. But that you, our subscribers, voted us into 1st place -- and that, for us, was the greatest compliment. Thank you all so very much, from all of us here.
The most watched film on our website this June was Marilyn Diptych by Andy Warhol from our Great Works series.
I set my sights upon becoming the kind of artist who would make a contribution to art history.
What better way to brighten up your breakfast table than with these delightful egg cups from the Tate shop? Featuring Salvador Dalí and Frida Kahlo, surely an inspiring start to any day?
Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.
At long last, galleries and museums around the world are slowly beginning to repoen their doors to the public. Of course, strict social distancing measures will be in place and you will have to book entry in advance but we couldn't be happier to be able to visit our favourite art works in real life again. The National Gallery leads the way in the UK, with their doors set to open on July 8th....
Recently added to the website, in our Great Works series, is Robert Smithson's, Spiral Jetty. This is one of our favourite pieces are we are so pleased to have a film dedicated to it on the site. Find out more with our lecturer...
Black Artist Space
This fantastic platform for celebrating and promoting the work of black artists is definitely one to follow. Expect to see an array of art in various media - we love the artist of the month feature which showcases some amazing black artists from across the globe.
"The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery."
A fascinating insight into the colourful world of Yayoi Kusama. Learn how she went from living on the bread line in a New York loft to becoming one of Contemporary Art's most iconic figures. She says, "No matter how I may suffer for my art, I will have no regrets. This is the way I have lived my life, and it is the way I shall go on living."