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Make Art Vol2 - Collection of contemporary art by international artists - International Emerging Art Catalog Second Edition 2023 - cover

Make Art Vol2 - Collection of contemporary art by international artists - International Emerging Art Catalog Second Edition 2023

Stefano Fiore

Publisher: Make Art Gallery

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Summary

The second e-book volume of MAKE ART 2023 gathers artworks from contemporary international artists who have joined the Italian project of the Virtual Online Art Gallery "Make Art Gallery"  from which the collection takes its name.
Make Art Volume Two will provide you with a new window into the world of contemporary art, showcasing a curated and exclusive selection of unique and personal works that explore a range of styles and techniques. You will discover pieces from both emerging and established artists worldwide, enriching your present and future art collection.

In this edition - the artists

COLLECTION 1:
Martina Lattanzi, Sabrina Toppino, Maria Rosaria Cozza - MRC, · Alessandro Corpora, Helen Bradbury, Juan Sacristán, Jan Kostabi, Pridhi Arora.

COLLECTION 2:
Kiro, Chia-Yen Ho, Dino Puglisi, Siyabonga “Kisanii Fundii” Vilakazi, Cristiano Cavedon, Marcello Santacroce, Silvano Annibali, Antonio Maragnani.
 
Available since: 01/01/2024.

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