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Artsnapper blog is moving…

The Artsnapper blog  is now using a new platform and we will be able to offer our visitors an even better experience.  With a new home and new look we hope you’ll enjoy our site even more. Join us at, as we grow and be sure to request an invitation to our Smartphone Application! […]

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DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk

It is that time of the month again! If you are in New York, please join us tonight as we head to Brooklyn for DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk and enjoy a festive night filled with art, culture and amazing people. This month we’ve also teamed up with the amazing meetup ART IS CULTURE ( […]

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The Artsnapper Survey (Art Preference/Art Movement)

In order to learn about our greater art world and about your preferences in art, we need your help! Whether you are an existing or aspiring art enthusiast, your voice matters. Please take following 1 minute survey,, to help us in our predictability efforts! The topic of this survey is: Art Preference (Art Movement)

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Art Market News of the Day

_________________________________________________________________________ Li Keran’s Painting from 1964 Sold for $46 Million in Beijing Poly Auctions via eXtravaganzi about an hour ago Many probably have not heard about Chinese artist, Li Keran. If we tell that his painting Landscape in Red sold for $46 million, the vast majority will remember this Chinese prominent artist. His painting Wan Shan […]

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1st Thursdays DUMBO Gallery Walk

Don’t forget, this evening kicks off the summer season of DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk.  The festivities will include music and entertainment alongside the vibrant galleries that make this night such hit. Join us for an enjoyable night of art appreciation at some of DUMBO’s best known galleries such as Bose Pacia Gallery, Minus Space, Mighty […]

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Exciting New Initiatives

As Artsnapper grows as a company and an exciting platform for art discovery, we have begun working with some unique art organizations to get the word out about amazing public art.  Whether we’re seeing it around the world or just around the block, both public and private programs are placing art across various urban landscapes.  Through cross-promotional initiatives […]

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Attention all ART Bloggers!!

As the Artsnapper blog continues to grow, we are constantly inspired by other blogs within the art community.  By keeping up with each others ideas and discoveries, the online art community is able to expand and grow throughout the many voices of bloggers everywhere.  Artsnapper would like to extend an invitation to guest bloggers throughout the […]

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Artsnapper Releases Private Beta

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Get acquainted with the world of Art through Artsnapper Artsnapper is a visual art guide that enables you to discover, review and recommend art right at your fingertips  New York, NY May 24, 2012 – Are you fascinated by the art world but are not quite sure what to look for, where to go, or how to begin?  […]

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Jasper Johns Birthday

Today is Jasper Johns birthday and in light of him turning 82, we here at Artsnapper would like to share some information about one of the greatest artists of our time. Jasper Johns is known to have led the Neo Dada movement and is best known for his flag images and targets. Kenneth Griffin, the […]

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The Art of Food

I love to eat and I love art (a common theme for most of us here at Artsnapper), therefore it was a nice treat when I stumbled upon the astonishing miniature food art created by artist Shay Aaron. Shay is an innovative artist who makes delectable penny-size art of food and food dishes. After admiring his […]

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Art Survey

To all readers, Please take two minutes from your busy lives and take this short Survey. You contribution will be greatly appreciated and well-received. or Thank you for your time Sincerely, Artsnapper

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Sand Sculptures by Carl Jara

Jara began working with sand in high school when a desperate art teacher This is awesome

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STREET ART | LNY x Sean 9 Lugo

The following mural was created by LNY & Sean 9 Lugo.  Both artist collaborated on this wall- in addition to their art show tonight.    When I asked Sean 9 Lugo how it felt working on the wall – his response – “I’ve worked on walls before, thought it was easy (pause) .. but this s#it […]

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DUMBO Arts Festival 2011

The WalkWay™ is excited to announce its 5th annual group show for DUMBO Arts Festival “Love this Town !- BROOKLYN Digital Perception”.  Each year the DUMBO Arts Festival seeks to highlight Brooklyn’s commitment and presence in the arts community by presenting the best in local, national, and international art amid the breathtaking backdrop of the […]

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This is why they call it art

Mikito Ozeki / Cut Out from mikitoozeki on Vimeo. I truly love the detail that is being used by the artists. His ability to sit there and create is beautiful.

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On November 3rd at World Financial Center Winter Garden Brookfield Office Properties, in partnership with SPiN Galactic, presented Pongtopia!- A dynamic event combining the sport and art of table tennis with the spirit of charity and education.

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