With a female co-founder and half of RevArt's members being female, we always want to organize an exhibition from a female perspective. This spring, we gathered six talented local female artists in Virginia and presented the new exhibition "Nature, Us, and the Future" at the Guild Gallery.
TINT Gallery is pleased to announce Alexandra Cicorschi’s first solo exhibition, “No Middle Ground.” Cicorschi creates artwork out of salvaged wood, collected from construction sites, and discarded furniture around the Bay Area. The process of recycling lies at the base of her art practice, both as a plea for sustainability as well as her personal belief in the importance of renewal through recirculation. The show is on view from January 15 - April 1st, 2022.
As an architect of augmented reality, media artist Van McElwee never stops exploring new technology in art
Guild Gallery is established with a shared vision between RevArt and Vault Virginia to support emerging and underrepresented artists by designing communal spaces for folks to create, engage with, and purchase affordable art.
The art industry may look pristine, calm and relaxed, while tech industry may look urgent, passionate and tensed. What’s it like working at an Art Tech company, such as RevArt? This summer, we have some talented young professionals joined as interns. Out of passion for art, they contributed to the startup with their diverse skills.
Your new go-to place for artwork and business insight - New Smart Art Manager (SAM) System is available! Now open to feedback.
Before covid, immersive art was popular and contributed to defining the art community. During the pandemic, the impact of social distancing negatively impacted this type of exhibition. Despite this, the shows are withstanding covid via adapting and utilizing the digital landscape.
“Limitations are your friends.” On July 7th, renowned artist Noah Scalin shared many things concerning his professional life and growth during the pandemic. Through his story, Scalin showed how limitations could help an artist grow for the better.
Trees are one of nature’s most essential and abundant aspects, and Alexandra Cicorschi understands the principle very well. That’s why, instead of paper, the artist uses wood in her art and concept demonstration.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA, Jun 22nd, 2021 /PRNewswire/ - RevArt, an art licensing startup connecting artists with brands, announced today a partnership with VivaTerra, a globally-inspired home and garden goods retailer with trend-forward, sustainable, eco-conscious design, to launch VivaTerra’s first artist collaboration. The collection will feature three outstanding female artists and their artworks.
As in many other areas, women have been underrepresented in the art industry. However, in the past decade, gender equity in the art world made many signs of progress. For example, the recent new appointment of Laurence Des Cars as the first female director of the Louvre, France, inspired us to research and reflect on the current status of women in the art industry
RevArt and Digit.ink are partnering up to provide blockchain certificates of licensing agreement to facilitate and protect the contracts between artists and brands. Blockchain is a powerful technology in creating secure agreements and protecting both parties.
Usha Shukla is an artist who paints abstract works about the constant movements of light and shadows in nature that trigger her childhood memories. In Usha’s world, the color is not still: it is moving, it has temperature, and it has texture.
The rise in popularity of NFTs in the art world adds to a rise in the digitization of the art industry. NFTs are the latest technology that has increased the democratization of the art market. They are changing the way people create, collect, and experience artworks.
Life is a maze, and people do their best to get from where they "Start" to the "Finish" they strive towards. As the first fine maze artist in the United States, Bernie McCabe continues to bring surprises to his audience.
We always believe artists should have all the right to manage their own portfolios so that they can be granted the freedom to create.
The February Artist Showcase provided participants with a fully immersive experience to interact with the art being presented through the collaboration between RevArt’s artists -- Alexandra Chiou, Renée DeCarlo, and Usha Shukla -- and Phoebe Connell, owner and chef of Lois in New York City. Connell brought the culinary and fine art worlds together by developing recipes based on pieces of artwork by each of the artists.
Art is constantly in conversation with each other and the world that surrounds it. Each piece takes on a life of its own, has the power to create connections, and can invoke emotions within the viewer.
As all the art fairs and events canceled or moved online in the pandemic year, the “live” Shanghai ART021 and Shanghai West Bund Art & Design Fair attracted the global art community’s attention during the planning stage.
Architecture and Art are not two separate fields and are actually closely related to each other. This is evident in our everyday environments around us.
You might have heard of copyright and wonder what IP is and how the two are related. A common question people have is, “Are they the same thing?”
All of us, including the whole art community, are witnessing and experiencing the world turning upside down in the past few months.