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VOLTA Art Basel 2022 feat. Artsted.com

The post-pandemic world is reviving through the art fairs. See the latest snapshots of Artsted at VOLTA during the 2022 Art Basel.

Art news – the April wrap-up: from the art market trends to the Venice Biennal.

April has been a full month for the art world, and to be prepared for the major event of the season, the Venice Biennial, we'll give you some essential news to keep you updated with the dynamic events of the art world.

Artists Opportunities: Artsted's April 2022 selection

Artsted.com selected the most interesting opportunities worldwide for artists who are seeking to experiment and share their creativity with their audience and the artists community. This month's best picks from our team include awards, residencies and other opportunities.

NFTs #5: Answering your most asked questions about investing in crypto art

This sunday we are answering some pretty hot questions about crypto art in this new episode of NFTs

KAWS x Fortnite at Serpentine North Gallery

KAWS's new exhibition is the emblem of accessibility thanks to Acute Art - let's find out more.

Judy Chicago x Kanye West: a collab for social change

Today we are looing at the latest collaboration between Judy Chicago and Kanye.

London Borough of Culture 2022: welcome to Lewisham

We all do remember the Lithuanian pavilion at Venice Biennale 2019, the social criticism to spare time that won the top prize for turning the exhibition space into a beach full of people, but if you missed it out, 2022 is the right moment for being in London and see the installation by Neon Realism group again.

Broken cups to support the Whitechapel Gallery

Yoko Ono supporting Whitechapel Gallery promoting a limited-edition work, "Mend Piece for John".

Frida Kahlo, the most expensive Latin American artist

In the latest Sotheby’s Modern Art Evening Sale Frida Kahlo made history as the highest paid Latin American artist.

How the art world can do beyond sustainability to thrive ability

The 26th United Nation Climate Change conference has just come to an end in Glasgow and here for the first time the cultural sector has been considered a priority and as the engine of sustainable development and resilience: hope is not enough anymore to face the climate crisis and Still/Moving are here to remind it.