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"While everyone has been talking about the fiscal cliff and its effect on the economy, three major investment areas will continue to grow – gold, silver and art,” said Kaveh Mojtabai, publisher of the popular Artscope magazine.
Quincy, Mass. (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
“While everyone has been talking about the fiscal cliff and its effect on the economy, three major investment areas will continue to grow – gold, silver and art,” said Kaveh Mojtabai, publisher of the popular artscope magazine. “All across the art business, from galleries, museums and collectors, the art world is finishing one of its best years ever, and the trend is continuing.”
“As Artscope Magazine continues to be recognized as a leading source of cultural news, I’m honored to jury the Copley Society Winter Member Show, showcasing more than 300 separate pieces. Copley Society of Art (Co|So), America’s oldest non-profit arts organization, is a vital contributor to the art an culture of the New England region. We will also feature in-depth coverage of the exhibition," he said.
Sneak Peek at Artscope’s January/February 2013 Issue
“As animation continues to grow as a means of visual expression for artists in every genre, a special review by Stacey Steers of Ami Bennitt’s “Night Hunter” at Tufts University is featured in our new issue,” said Mr. Mojtabai.
Artscope covers inside perspectives on several new gallery openings, including Touch Gallery in Cambridge, MA, and Adelson Gallery in Boston. The issue also continues to explore ongoing interest in the relationship between art production and art education. In "Double Legacy," Suzanne Volmer reviews a collaborative exhibition of RISD professors and their protégés. These articles and others throughout the issue, provides examples of how one can contribute to the creative economy, either by producing art or building the institutions that support art production.
Considering technological advancements and changes in the art economy over the last year, artscope magazine is welcoming 2013 with new online features: Live news and exhibitions feed http://artscopemagazine.com/asdyn/museumsgalleries.wr
Increasing the depth and frequency of online portion through the zine http://blogspot.artscopemagazine.com/
About Artscope, New England’s culture magazine
Artscope encourages meaningful discourse on the arts, delivers the highest quality product possible using advanced printing and color reproduction technologies; offer editorial coverage on a wide variety of genres, mediums and time periods with a focus on living artists; support and advance New England’s creative economy, cultural institutions and individual artists, expand the art market and facilitate democratization of the art world. Headquarters are at 809B Hancock St, Quincy, MA 02170, telephone 617-639-5771, Fax, 617-5492 or visit http://www.artscopemagazine.com.
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