East Meets West Design Week

ART, DESIGN

&

CULTURE

BRANDING CONTENT

MERCHANDISE

A Virtual Celebration of Art and Design that circumnavigates the global art market.

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Established in 2015, this bi-annual Arts Festival runs online for nine days from from September 19 - 27 from the UK, encountering the Art, Design & Fashion communities along the way.

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This global digital spectacular is open to artists and designers across the creative industries. 

"Lights, Camera, Action!"

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MOCA' Daily News.

 

The place for Artists to be seen in and found!

 

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The one that keeps giving; your own page, blog, forums, networks, industry news, features and sales.

Using new technologies MOCA works with Artists to build your Brand.

 

We work with you to think outside the box and take your artworks beyond the canvas. 

 

Transforming your Artworks into Retail and Enterprise.

 

Business Consultations available at Competitive rates.

Curatorial Commissions accepted. Simply email: ceo@museumofculturalarts.com with your enquiry.

 

ART GALLERIES & COLLECTING open 24 7

Giselle Rufer

Luxury Ladies Watches by Delance. Designed by the Artist and Jeweller: Giselle Rufer from her home in Switzerland and bedecked in as many or as few gemstones as desired by the buyer, Rufer invites you to 'design your own watch' in steel or gold or to purchase from a select range of luxury ladies watches. 2016 marks twenty years since Giselle left the industry at the top of her game to embark on her dream of designing bespoke women' watches. Click to view/buy ...

Image: Shakespeare First Folio, 1623. Courtesy: British Library. In tribute the late playwrights' 400th anniversary on April 23rd the image shows a first folio, full title: Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies can be viewed on shelf: C.39.k.15. An original was recently found in Scotland at Mount Stuart by the Marquess of Bute, where it is on display at the grand neo-Gothic home in Bute. Click read more...

Amedeo Modigliani, Portrait of a Girl, c. 1917 © Tate Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920) produced some of the most memorable art of the early twentieth century and this is the most comprehensive UK survey of his work. Born in Livorno, Italy and working in Paris from 1906, his career was tragically short but experimentation was a consistent priority. Modigliani @ Tate Modern.

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