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Jenny Morgan, Tom Anholt, Jingze Du Return to Platform for Anniversary Paintings Capsule

Jenny Morgan, Tom Anholt, Jingze Du Return to Platform for Anniversary Paintings Capsule

Jenny Morgan, Tom Anholt, Jingze Du Return to Platform for Anniversary Artwork Capsule

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Platform’s particular anniversary capsule consists of 40 new artworks from the best-selling artists of the location’s first 12 months.

Sean Sullivan, “Untitled” (2021), oil on discovered paper, 7 × 10.3 inches

In its first 12 months of enterprise, the e-commerce startup has change into a vacation spot for entry to new artworks by at present’s buzziest up to date artists. Over 90% of artworks on the location are made particularly for Platform, and whereas many collaborating artists in any other case have waitlists for brand new work, Platform presents them first-come, first-serve.

Firstly of every month, Platform brings you a brand new limited-time collection of artworks to purchase now, chosen in partnership with world-renowned gallery David Zwirner.

July’s anniversary capsule of returning artists consists of Tom Anholt, Izzy Barber, Jingze Du, Emily Furr, Emilie Gossiaux, Jule Korneffel, Alissa McKendrick, Kevin McNamee-Tweed, Jenny Morgan, Nathaniel Robinson, Sean Sullivan, Yves Tessier, and Mie Yim.

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Mie Yim, “Intestine Head” (2022), oil on canvas, 46 x 42 inches
Emily Furr, “Missle Drop” (2022), oil and acrylic on board, 11 x 11 inches
Jenny Morgan, “The Interlude” (2022), oil on canvas, 16 x 12 inches
Tom Anholt, “Artist Desk 2” (2022), oil on canvas, 11.8 x 15.8 inches

This vacation spot for contemporary and up to date artwork showcases the colourful arts neighborhood of the Pacific Northwest alongside galleries from around the globe, open July 21 via 24.

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A part of a media venture by Dr. Imani M. Cheers, Framing Fatherhood is on view on the George Washington College’s Corcoran Faculty of the Arts and Design in DC via July 31.

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Worldwide audiences have free entry to the media collections of MMCA Korea, Sharjah Artwork Basis, and ArkDes via this subscription-based artwork streaming platform.

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