ART COLLECTOR WORLD
BY ArtCoWo Press © 6 - 19 - 2018
Art Collector World Magazine was formed to report about art everywhere. It's not just about what famous artist sold for how much, from one week to the next. Our specialty is the hot, new emerging and undiscovered artists who deserve attention, as well as new art trends. Reviewing artists at openings and even street artists yet to be discovered. Who's hot to collect, and who didn't fair well at the auction this year.
We are not just reporting on the major hubs of art like New York and Paris but in some not-so-famous cities. Places that have a fighting chance to become the next art entities. From fairs to freeports, we cover the entire world in collecting art. From Africa to Atlanta, we want to now about emerging artists and even traditional artists that have slipped from the public's consciousness.
Re-informing people about art on all levels, in all forms, not just paintings. There are at this very moment hidden art scenes that the public are not informed of, these scenes exist independently from that of the art business. These artists, in their active breeding grounds, create art for themselves. Some have never even shown their work to anybody but their own families.
Some create art in their own seclusion even hiding their work from people closest to them. We want to know about these areas and the artists that make up these artistic colonies. With new applications such as Instagram and twitter , some of these art projects are gaining exposure such as "GraffStract", a graffiti-style fine art that exists on the street.
Abstract art that is painted on abandoned walls instead of the typical "Graffiti Writing". The fact is these art trends exist already regardless whether some art dealer puts these artists or art collectives in a gallery or museum. With the advent of the internet "all art is equal", na�ve art proved that over a hundred years ago. Artists like "Bill Traylor" a very collectable artist, was nearly undiscovered. He was an African-American artist born into slavery.
Even though Traylor exhibited his work, it never caught on in the 1940's. It was not until the late 70's, well after Traylor's passing when the art world began to grow his fan base by mounting important exhibitions. We the people choose, who to collect, who is of value and who we think....yes I said it.... Who will be the next Pollock, Basquiat or Bill Traylor?
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