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Jaykoe, Tagsmart Artist of the Week

Jaykoe, Tagsmart Artist of the Week

Jaykoe’s interdisciplinary practice explores the intricacies of the metropolis looking at alternative uses of city spaces as they become more densely populated, and issues of urban planning, social control, psychogeography, gentrification and community.

Alanna Eakin, Tagsmart Artist of the Week

Alanna Eakin, Tagsmart Artist of the Week

Alanna Eakin’s work has tickled our fancy this week. Working from her South London studio, Alanna creates vibrant paintings that take on two forms: one expressive and abstract, the other figurative and controlled.

Tagsmart First Open Call

Tagsmart First Open Call

Thank you to everyone who participated in our first Open Call! We were thrilled to receive so many high calibre submissions and we want to thank everyone for their time.

After much deliberation, we were able to shortlist four artists…

Maxwell Rushton: Tagsmart Artist of the Week

#TagsmartArtistoftheWeek is Maxwell Rushton. Intertwining performance, painting, drawing and sculpture, Maxwell’s portfolio explores cultural phenomena and his own human condition.

The theme of homelessness has found its way into Maxwell’s practice on many occasions, including in his award-winning work, ‘Left Out’. Five separate edits of the original footage went viral, reaching over 40 million people.

Andrew Salgado, our artist of the week

Andrew Salgado confronts concepts of identity face-on in his spectacular, large-scale works. The London-based Canadian artist is playful with media, effectively producing emotive, engaging images. We’re proud to have Andrew as part of the Tagsmart community!

Episode 5. My Art Haven with Tagsmart Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Steve Cooke

Which artworks do you love the most? If money and space were no object, which one would you have in your living room?

The 5th My Art Episode episode opens up with Steve Cooke, Tagsmart Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer.

The 5th My Art Haven series carry on with new episodes. In this episode Steve Cooke reveals what he would own for his My Art Haven if money and space were no object. His first choice is a majestic statue which is located inside an Indian cave excavated around the 7th century A.D. Do you know which one it is? Find out more about the Indian Kailash Caves and the incredible statues they have inside and discover what else is in Steve’s fascinating My Art Haven collection.

What’s your My Art Haven collection? If you’d like to share it with us, please contact: enquiries@tagsmart.com.

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