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We’re closing out this last week of June with a new Artteca Artist Spotlight! This month we’re shining a light on Artist Mauro Giaconi. Giaconi was born in Buene Aires, Argentina and currently lives in Mexico City. He attended the “Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón: School of Art” in 2011 and since then, his work... Read More »
Art Basel in Europe 2016 just took place this past weekend with over 280 of the world’s leading galleries. This globally celebrated fair featured the works from 4,000 artists, ranging from emerging artists to seasoned masters. The Art Basel European edition takes place in Basel, a historically rich city located at borders of Switzerland, France and Germany. The... Read More »
We’re heading to New York City to take a look inside the Big Apple’s City Street Art! The New York City street art scene originated in the form of graffiti along the city’s subways in the early 1970’s. However, after the Clean Train Movement, artists had to find new mediums to express their art form. Rooftops became... Read More »
We’re halfway through the year and 2016 has already brought the fashion and art world some memorable collaborations. One of the aspects of fashion and art collabs that makes these type of projects so unique is the fact that we see such a mix of different aesthetics from both the artists and fashion. In the... Read More »
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A couple of months back we briefly introduced a new storefront in Miami that is now selling Artteca pieces, but today we’re going to give a bit more insight into the Wynwood boutique and it’s mission as a stockist to some of the most artistic brands and designs on the market. Malaquita Design is an... Read More »
This month’s Artteca Artist Spotlight is the Mexican-born artist, Pepe Mar. Mar received his BFA from the California College of Arts (CCA), San Francisco, in 2001, and his MFA from Florida International University, Miami, in 2013. He currently lives in Miami, Fl where he is represented by David Castillo Gallery. Pepe Mar’s technique is complex. He infuses... Read More »
We’re back with another City Street Art Feature! This month we’re taking a virtual tour through Mexico City’s street art. This cultural mecca is bursting at the seams with color and vibrancy. Here is a peak into the city’s street art phenomenon led by social media connoisseur Alex Revilla and graphic designer turned street artist Jenaro... Read More »
THIS INTERVIEW WAS PUBLISHED BY THE SPANISH-SPEAKING ONLINE MAGAZINE SIENTE AMERICA ARTTECA: Where Art and Fashion meet. It looks like a simple and obvious idea, but the truth is that so far no one had taken it as seriously as the people of Artteca. Its about making fashion an artistic work, or make art fashionable,... Read More »
Artteca is thrilled about partnering with the art website tycoon, Artspace.com. Artspace is a platform offering selectively curated fine art from renowned artists, galleries and cultural institutions worldwide. What we love about this site is that it makes collecting art in all forms a breeze, as the cream of the crop is presented to shoppers without the... Read More »
This month’s artist feature is Artteca Collaborative Artist, Ruben Torres-Llorca. Born in the heart and capital of Cuba, the city of Havana, this artist is best known for his conceptual work that broadens the scope of not only his personal issues related to exile and dislocation, but social and global issues as well. His inspiration stems... Read More »
A few weeks back, we shared a peek at how Artteca has been involved with programs that enrich the local art community in Miami, Florida. Today, we’re going to give you a further look into the incredible Bakehouse Art Complex program that Artteca is proud to be a part of.This specific program that Artteca supports handpicks different... Read More »
With the start of a new season, Artteca is delighted to share that the brand will be announcing exciting news throughout this month! Today, the news begins with a new stockist. Imago: Art In Action, a freshly opened art space in Coral Gables, Florida will now be carrying a selected collection of Artteca scarves. Here are the Artteca... Read More »
As we continue the journey through cities across the world in our street art features, this month we’re taking you to the City of Angles in City Street Art: Los Angeles. Los Angeles and street art have long maintained a boisterous relationship throughout the years. The city’s skyline isn’t the only thing that locals and tourists... Read More »
Each month Artteca proudly features one of the brand’s collaborative artists, sharing a bit of their background and also the current happenings of the artist. Today’s Artteca Artist Spotlight is Jovi Schnell, an Arkansas native with a BFA in Painting from San Francisco Art Institute. Schnell has been featured in six solo exhibitions and in almost sixty group... Read More »
Today we are continuing our City Street Art series as we explore the southwestern French town of Angoulême. This city has not only been named a street art capital with it’s more than 20 commissioned murals, but it has also been named as the “Capital of the Comic Strip.” Here are ten wall murals in City Street... Read More »
“I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. Teaching might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.” – John Steinbeck Today we’re diving into the way Artteca Supports the... Read More »
Textile Art is an industry filled with various avenues in it’s creations that is ever-transforming and growing. Each year Textile Art Exhibitions explore the intricate trade and the amazing artists that keep the industry thriving. Here is a list of some current and upcoming Textile Art Exhibitions. Draw the Line: 5.4 Million and Counting By artist Chi Nguyen.... Read More »
Within so many cities across the United States and even worldwide, street art prevails as one of the most culturally evolving art forms. Street art is visual art created in public locations and usually unauthorized artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues. However, today we will take you through a district of street art that is not only... Read More »
Artteca collaborative artist and North Carolina native Damian Stamer received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Jacob K. Javits fellow in 2013 and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Herberger Institute of Art and Design and Barrett. Throughout his career, Stamer has been decorated with several... Read More »
The most prominent figurative symbol of Valentine’s Day is the heart. From the caricature version to the more realistic variant. Today we’re sharing Five Art Hearts To Get You In The Valentine’s Day Spirit! From street art to sculptures, check it out! Croatia artist Lonac created this stop animation piece on the streets of his homeland. Art Strokes,... Read More »
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