Expert Eye: Lighting Up

Lighting expert Lauren Li talks us through the art and practicalities of lighting art works in domestic spaces.

Objecthood: Henry Wilson

Art Edit talks to product and furniture designer Henry Wilson about timeless design, the value of quality materials and how art and design go hand in hand.

Buyer’s Guide: Quality vs Quantity

Mass-produced, batch-produced, artist-made – what do these phrases mean when buying a functional object?

Buyer’s Guide: Up for the Challenge

Speaking about conceptual art in 1967, American artist and writer Sol LeWitt said, “The idea itself, even if it is not made visual, is as much of a work of art as any finished product.” LeWitt’s statement poses a tricky question – how do you buy an idea?

Expert Eye: From Salon to Minimalist, and every hang in-between

It’s one thing to fall in love with an artwork and quite another to hang it to best effect within your home. Will an artwork look best if hung alone, in a pair, or in a salon hang?

Expert Eye: A New Dimension

Incorporating ceramics and sculpture into your home can be daunting. Author, curator and ceramics expert Amber Creswell Bell talks us through the dos and don’ts of adding dimension into your home.

Buyer’s Guide: Your Art Collection – Theming and Refining

Briony Downes unpacks the basics of finding and cultivating a theme in your art collection.

Buyer’s Guide: Your art collection & the big decisions

The best way to support artists is to buy their work! But knowing how and where to begin can seem daunting. Rose of Sharon Leake takes out some of the guess work.