Wall Street International Magazine features an indepth interview with art collectors and entrepreneurs David and Serenella Ciclitira.
BBC Culture’s Kelly Grovier picks Chris Fallows’ photograph of a breaching great white shark as one of the iconic images of 2020.
The Resident picks out what to look for at "one of the art world’s most anticipated collections of must-see 21st century contemporary art"
London Korea Links checks out STARTnet and focuses on Ceviga’s debut at Saatchi Gallery.
The "intriguing experimental works" by the Japanese artist Yusuke Akamatsu are featured in Wall Street International.
The New Statesman’s Thomas Calvocoressi is gripped by Richard Hambleton’s haunting Shadowman.
Vanity Fair features Nat Bowen’s STARTnet Project in “The A-List: What To Do This Week"
Russian Art Focus calls a new series of works by Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai a "quirky combination of the ridiculous and the sublime”.
Artist Philipp Humm unveils the next elements of his extraordinary undertaking. The Eye of Photography on Humm’s re-imagined Faust for the 21st century.
In this interview in The Premium Times Stephanie Unaeze speaks about her work and how COVID-19 has changed the world and impacted her work.
"The Queen asks artist to change his punk portrait of her – because she didn’t like the neck tattoo.”
'My Dad always told me this (life) isn’t a rehearsal and he is right. I still don’t know where my journey in art is leading, I just know that I feel freedom and I now appreciate each day.'
STARTnet Co-Founder Serenella Ciclitira is interviewed in this article on artfairmag.comREAD MORE
The world’s leading platform for Russian art and cultural events looks forward to STARTnet.READ MORE
DDW Magazine celebrates a return to the joys of cultural immersion.READ MORE
"BRIT artist Lincoln Townley has sold his latest £20million collection over a month before it was due to be exhibited at London’s prestigious Saatchi Gallery.” The SunREAD MORE
STARTnet 2020 artist Mark Sloper (from exhibiting gallery Art Hound) is featured in the Financial Times. One of his works “Everything Will Flow” will be displayed across the UK on digital billboards as part of Plastic Free July.READ MORE
STARTnet Co-founder David Ciclitira explains that all participants were keen for the fair to go ahead as planned in the physical world
Lincoln Townley’s latest collection “Universe", inspired by space exploration, has been launched online and will also be displayed at STARTnet 2020.READ MORE
"Vibrant and global, START Art Fair 2020 will be the art fair to remember.” Joe Mellor previews STARTnet 2020.READ MORE
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