Issue #1 – Secrets of Art Magazine printed edition

 June 15, 2019


16,90

The Secrets of Art Magazine is aimed for those who have a strong passion and interest in the visual culture whether they are artists, art professionals, collectors or art lovers.

The first Issue of the Secrets of Art Magazine is printed in 68 pages.

Description

The Secrets of Art Magazine is about exceptional people who are committed to change, advocates of art and artists. Furthermore it provides a platform for sharing the individual paths of artists, special places dedicated to art from around the world, bringing art closer to people and giving advice and real life experiences to those who create.

 

The Secrets of Art Magazine is aimed for those who have a strong passion and interest in the visual culture whether they are artists, art professionals, collectors or art lovers. The ultimate goal is highlighting the importance of creativity and art, as channels for change and for the promotion of aesthetics in other areas of life.

In realizing this, uplifting and motivating stories, supportive advices, insights and interviews from all over the world are brought together in one place, bringing art closer to everyone.

The first Issue of the Secrets of Art Magazine is printed in 68 pages.

Published: 15 June 2019


Key topics:

Be open to change and adapt: advice from an art curator’s own experience
Connecting artists and art lovers is her passion, supporting yet unknown emerging talented artists has been her path. Rebecca Wilson, chief Curator and Vice President of Art Advisory at Saatchi Art, shares her advices to both artists and art lovers.

Crossing Journeys
We live in an interconnected world. More than ever it is realized how important it is to live in a symbiosis, with relationships that mutually benefit each other. This is what BMW has realized too when, in 2015 it launched a collaboration with Art Basel, called BMW Art Journey.

Discovering talented artists
Artists are often struggling with recognition and their options might seem limited. However there are a few platforms offering talented artists the possibility to be discovered. Featuring the The Other Art Fair and interview with Ryan Stanier.

Transforming through art
A unique example in Japan showing how art has the power to transform and elevate a once forgotten and remote, industrial area into a spiritually fulfilling and blooming part of our world.

Celebrating the Artist
Freedom for an artist is the only way of living, creating and contributing. For many, creating freely is impossible, an illusion and delirious. For some, it is a life purpose to see artists create freely, celebrating them for what they do and who they are. Featuring Swizz Beatz, BACARDÍ and the No Commission project.

The value of art making
Creative work is a process, which is often misunderstood, not understood, undervalued and more than that difficult to be expressed by the artist herself. Featuring arts advocate Frances Cathryn and wip projects.

Where art and science meet
Is there a connection between art and science? If yes, then can this connection shape our views of humanity and our universe? Such questions come to our minds when we see the beauty and vastness of our space via photographs and when scientific explorations give new meanings to life. Featuring the NASA Art Program.

“The Space for Art“ story
It all began with an idea, which gave birth to The Space for Art Foundation. The mission of the Space for Art Foundation is to unite children around the world to help them overcome challenges they are facing, through the discovery of the wonder of space exploration with the power of art.

Painting celebrities – seeking freedom in painting
Most of us have never heard that Johnny Depp, Adrien Brody, Sylvester Stallone, Jim Carrey, Lucy Liu, Dennis Hopper, James Franco, Anthony Hopkins, Wiggo Mortensen, Jennifer Aniston, Michelle Pfeiffer would have other creative talents than acting and that they also paint, and probably most people have not even seen any of their artwork.

Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20.5 × 26.5 × 0.35 cm