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Pointillism Revisited featured on Forbes

Pointillism Revisited featured on Forbes

“In association with The Tax Collection, the exhibition of Belgium-born artist, which is entitled, Pointillism Revisited gives the viewer a fresh interpretation on the usage of dots in painting. He also incorporates academic notions from Josef Albers’ color theory which explores how colors and shapes can produce visual tricks.”

The TAX Collection Shares Their Top 5 Insta-Famous Artists

The TAX Collection Shares Their Top 5 Insta-Famous Artists

The TAX Collection discusses with Forbes Magazine about their top five current art obsessions on Instagram. Learn more about New York Sunshine, Allison Zuckerman, Felipe Pantone, Marius Sperlich, and Kristen Liu-wong

TAX Chats with The Blonde Salad about Instagram and the Current Art Scene

TAX Chats with The Blonde Salad about Instagram and the Current Art Scene

“One of the most obvious and most advantageous evolutions of the contemporary art scene is the usefulness that social media… It helped expose the industry to an entirely new generation of artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts who might have otherwise been previously left out of the conversation.”

'Be Still' featured on Forbes

'Be Still' featured on Forbes

"Exploring the concept of space and interaction, 'Be Still', Spirovski's latest exhibition, nods to Francis Bacon via the spatial relationships between figures and their surroundings, David Lynch’s dreamlike surrealism and color palette as well as Olivier Messiaen’s static musical tones."

Michael John Hunter

Michael John Hunter

Photographer Michael John Hunter utilizes large scale, hyper realistic sculptures and traditional camera optics to explore how imagery can manipulate how we view our world. His latest work, "As i grow, As i lose", is an ongoing series of images depicting a 20 foot doll sculpture installed in locations in and around London. Using height as a tool, Hunter creates a trompe l’oeil in the finished images that leaves viewers questioning their initial assumptions of the work.

'KINK' Featured on Forbes

'KINK' Featured on Forbes

“The main inspirations I’ve been taking from are interiors that are familiar to me. I have a really deep connection with spaces and the way that humans interact inside a home...the figures are meant to embody the viewer and stand as something we can see in all of us.”