MILAN, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Artemest, the leading online marketplace for handmade Italian contemporary design, introduces art as a new product category. From September 22nd, Artemest will be collaborating with a selection of Italian artists to offer a unique presentation of artworks as part of its range.
Artemest ventures into the art world with a mission to attract the best independent contemporary artists across Italy and give them international visibility by celebrating their artistic vision and work.
The art department has been carefully curated by a team of experts, starting from the meticulous and passionate research of relevant Italian artists – most of whom have already won prestigious international awards. The Artemest art category includes six distinct subsections: paintings, photography, sculpture and statues, tapestries and decorative arts.
The stories behind each artist are the key to Artemest; A brand new editorial series entitled The Studio Visit takes visitors on a journey of discovery through the artists’ workshops. A unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the authentic surroundings of artists and discover their perspective and the mysteries behind existing and future works of art.
In addition, at the intersection of design and art, visitors can explore Design Shots, a new series dedicated to the world of design seen through the lens of a camera. An authentic celebration of the eternal bond between photography and design, where the object becomes the subject and takes on a whole new meaning.
The art category will be available on the Artemest website from September 22, 2022.
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Artemest, the leading online marketplace for handmade Italian contemporary design, was founded in 2015 by jewelry designers Ippolita Rostagno and Marco Credendino. Established to celebrate Italian craftsmanship, Artemest offers a unique opportunity to shop contemporary design across the Furniture, Home Décor, Lighting and Lifestyle categories. The selection of over 60,000 products is handcrafted by over 1,400 of the most representative Italian artisans and designers. Artemest is now headquartered in Milan, Italy. The company delivers to more than 70 countries worldwide.
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Marc Newson felt photo of Santi Caleca