Marc Chagall notoriously denied ever intentionally using symbolism in his art; however, many experts and admirers have sought to attribute meaning to his popular motifs. In this article, we explore some of the main interpretations.
Marc Chagall is recognised internationally for his poetic and dreamlike art. In this article, we dive into Chagall's history and 75-year-long career, which amounted to an astounding 10,000 artworks.
Our Chief Art Officer, Jessica Tanghetti, takes us on a tour of miart 2022, highlighting the key pieces that caught her eye.
In this article, we dive into Boetti’s close ties with Afghanistan, based on his heartfelt, handwritten dedication to the country, and more specifically, to the Afghan weavers he worked with, on the back of our most recent acquisition: ‘Made by Afghans, for Afghans’.
Last week, the London (and international) art scene was delighted to be able to once again visit Frieze London and Frieze Masters after the pandemic had forced its doors to close. Despite its slightly slower pace, the fair delivered some interesting indications regarding future trends in the art market.
Our first Pooling Investment project is now live! Become a co-owner of an amazing contemporary artwork through the purchase of NFTs.
In the second episode of The LTArt Office Tour, we guide you through the works of Laura Santamaria that are currently on display at our London headquarters.
In the first episode of The LTArt Office Tour, we guide you through the works of Diego Miguel Mirabella that are currently on display at our London headquarters.
Millennials are now the fastest-growing segment of collectors, purchasing and spending more than any other segment in the market. But, who are the millennials and what is the millennial generation looking for?
After a year where physical art events have been pushed online, Art Dubai became the first international art fair to take place physically since the start of the pandemic.
The ABCs Of Art Evaluation: LTARTʼs Guide To Art Investment