Artyquecom

Artyquecom ARTYQUE artist agency. We help emerging artists grow in value. ARTYQUE is a Berlin-based agency dedicated to the cultural and financial value growth of emerging Artists in Europe.

Our focus is to support our Artists’ success by offering a strategic and commercial arm at the service of their Art. By focusing on strategic career planning for our artists, we help them organize group and solo shows in commercial and non-commercial exhibition spaces, we take care about their public relations and develop relationships with collectors on their behalf. We put the creators at the centre of our attention and provide a fertile environment for them to be able to work without pressure from daily career routines to fully express themselves with the freedom and confidence needed to create masterpieces.

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LAST DAYS TO SEE in BERLIN! We wish ‘How Long is Now’ could last forever but it ends soon. You have only two days to see...
09/10/2020

LAST DAYS TO SEE in BERLIN!

We wish ‘How Long is Now’ could last forever but it ends soon. You have only two days to see the show before it moves to Paris.

‘How Long is Now’ is an exhibition of the British photographer Gina Soden who is presented first time in Germany.

Gina Soden is an internationally up and coming London-based photographer devoted to portraying abandoned structures and the romantic beauty distilled in these scenes by the passage of time. She explores undisclosed sites through Europe to shed light on the boundaries between beauty and decay, nostalgia and neglect, past grandeur and modern realities.

06/10/2020
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You still have a few days to see the show of the British photographer Gina Soden ‘How Long is Now’.

Come by and say hello

Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte
From 13:00 to 20:00

Exhibited first time in Germany! Don't miss a rare opportunity to see works of the British photographer Gina Soden, who travels across Europe to depict the beauty of abandonment. The show will run during the EMOP Berlin.

1 - 11 October, 2020
Auguststrasse 35, Berlin-Mitte

There is a deep paradox lying within the essence of Gina Soden’s work. At first glance, the viewer might think her photo...
06/10/2020

There is a deep paradox lying within the essence of Gina Soden’s work. At first glance, the viewer might think her photographs depict the past: past dreams, past lives, past structures.

In fact, Gina’s photographs really talk about the present and our perception of passing time. In her new series of works, Gina Soden pushes the viewer into a profound reflection about the meaning of time, and our understanding of the present moment — of Now.

Visit exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ presenting works of a British photographer Gina Soden until October 11.

Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte
13:00 - 20:00

“Past, present, and future don’t exist per se; they are all present in the mind, Now - in our current memory of past eve...
03/10/2020

“Past, present, and future don’t exist per se; they are all present in the mind, Now - in our current memory of past events, in our current attention to the present, and in our current expectation of what’s to come.” - Alan Burdick

Come to see works of the British photographer @ginasodenartist presented at ‘How Long is Now’ exhibition.

We are open on the weekend.
Saturday, October 3: 12:00 - 20:00
Sunday, October 4: 12:00 - 17:00

Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte

02/10/2020

From full house at the Art Talk at Soho House Berlin to busy exhibition opening. What else could we dream of?

The exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ will run till October 11, but today is the last day when you can meet the photographer @ginasodenartist and hear her increasingly stories about the creation of each piece.

Visit us at Auguststraße 35 Berlin-Mitte.

Last night was success! Thank you everyone who joined our Art Talk “The Beauty of Decay: in conversation with Gina Soden...
01/10/2020

Last night was success! Thank you everyone who joined our Art Talk “The Beauty of Decay: in conversation with Gina Soden” at Soho House Berlin. It was an incredible experience to bring parallels between art and architecture in discussion with @ginasodenartist, Giulia Pozzi and Teresa Pontini.

We are looking forward to see you tonight at the opening of the exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ on Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte. Don’t miss an opportunity to meet Gina Soden in person and hear her adventure stories of shooting this series of works.

ART TALK AT SOHO HOUSE. Meet our speakers. ‘The Beauty of Decay: In Conversation with Gina Soden’Gina Soden is a London-...
29/09/2020

ART TALK AT SOHO HOUSE.
Meet our speakers.

‘The Beauty of Decay: In Conversation with Gina Soden’

Gina Soden is a London-based Fine Art photographer whose work explores abandoned structures of unique architectural character. She travels to undisclosed sites throughout Europe to reflect on the boundaries of beauty, decay, nostalgia and neglect. In this talk moderated by ARTYQUE, she sits down with architect and researcher Teresa Pontini and Giulia Pozzi, architect, professor and co-founder of Berlin based design studio Fabulism to discuss the link between architecture and culture and how it may reveal a nation’s history and ambition.

The Art Talk starts at 19:30, September 30, 2020
Soho House Berlin
Torstraße 1, Berlin-Mitte

ART TALK AT SOHO HOUSE. Meet our speakers. ‘The Beauty of Decay: In Conversation with Gina Soden’Gina Soden is a London-...
29/09/2020

ART TALK AT SOHO HOUSE.
Meet our speakers.

‘The Beauty of Decay: In Conversation with Gina Soden’

Gina Soden is a London-based Fine Art photographer whose work explores abandoned structures of unique architectural character. She travels to undisclosed sites throughout Europe to reflect on the boundaries of beauty, decay, nostalgia and neglect. In this talk moderated by ARTYQUE, she sits down with architect and researcher Teresa Pontini and Giulia Pozzi, architect, professor and co-founder of Berlin based design studio Fabulism to discuss the link between architecture and culture and how it may reveal a nation’s history and ambition.

The Art Talk starts at 19:30, September 30, 2020
Soho House Berlin
Torstraße 1, Berlin-Mitte

28/09/2020

Only three days before the opening!

The installation of ‘How Long is Now’ exhibition starts today.

Join us on Thursday, October 1, at the opening of the exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ by British photographer Gina Soden at Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte.

The show will run 1 - 11 October, 2020

4 DAYs TO GO! Already next week we are going to present a new series of works 'How Long is Now' by British photographer ...
26/09/2020

4 DAYs TO GO! Already next week we are going to present a new series of works 'How Long is Now' by British photographer Gina Soden in Berlin.

Hope to see you there!

Hello to my new followers!

I can't believe there's only 5 days to go until my new solo exhibition "How Long is Now" opens in Berlin. You may have seen my Instagram stories - I have been on the road with my husband up until last night and we've been exploring a wealth of abandoned buildings for the last 6 days. It's been absolutely brilliant and I've seen some incredible places including this place where my husband shot this great photo of me in my natural habitat.
I can't wait to tell you about some of the funny and interesting experiences I've had. I'll be there at the opening - so if you are in the area it would be great to meet you and show you my work in person.

Exhibition opening -
Thursday 1st October from 5pm
Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte

Thank you to my art agency @artyqueagency for making this happen!
Thank you to @mikedeere for the photo.
Also a thank you to some anonymous friends for their reconnaissance info 😉👍🏼

Is there anything better than planing your next big project? On the photo our talented painter @silviasarsano_studio wit...
25/09/2020

Is there anything better than planing your next big project?

On the photo our talented painter @silviasarsano_studio with ARTYQYE agency CEO discussing next big steps.

✨ALREADY NEXT WEEK✨Join us at the opening of the exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ presenting works of British photographer G...
22/09/2020

✨ALREADY NEXT WEEK✨

Join us at the opening of the exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ presenting works of British photographer Gina Soden.

At the opening on October 1st you will have a rare opportunity to meet the artist, learn more about adventures Gina Soden goes through to find the locations and how she approaches them to photograph.

1 - 11 October, 2020
Auguststraße 35, Berlin-Mitte

Featured work: ‘Uniforme Rouge’ from ‘How Long is Now’ series, 2020
94 x 94 cm, edition of 10 with 2 A/P

🚀Let’s hit the week with awesome news!🚀September 30th, 2020 ARTYQUE agency is going to moderate a talk ‘The Beauty of De...
21/09/2020

🚀Let’s hit the week with awesome news!🚀

September 30th, 2020 ARTYQUE agency is going to moderate a talk ‘The Beauty of Decay’ at Soho House Berlin.

Our talented photographer Gina Soden will discuss with architects Teresa Pontini and Giulia Pozzi the link between architecture and culture and how it may reveal a nation’s history and ambition.

✨We cannot be more excited✨

THE COUNTDOWN IS ON⏳In two weeks from now we will present the new series of works ‘How Ling is Now’ by British photograp...
17/09/2020

THE COUNTDOWN IS ON⏳

In two weeks from now we will present the new series of works ‘How Ling is Now’ by British photographer Gina Soden at Auguststraße 35, Berlin.

Are you going to come?

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Gina Soden, ‘Tricycle’ from ‘How long is now’ series, 2020

16/09/2020

A through back to our summer exhibition “Her Honest Self”. 15 portraits of empowering women whom @silviasarsano_studio met trough her life.

If you missed the show you can see it online on our website.
📱LINK IN BIO 📱

📝 Busy days - this is what we like. 15 days before our upcoming show ‘How Long Is Now’ with @ginasodenartist in Berlin a...
15/09/2020

📝 Busy days - this is what we like. 15 days before our upcoming show ‘How Long Is Now’ with @ginasodenartist in Berlin and two more projects started abroad. So excited to tell more soon.

Artyquecom's cover photo
14/09/2020

Artyquecom's cover photo

✨ YOU ARE INVITED ✨We are excited to announce that we are going to host an exhibition of the British photographer Gina S...
14/09/2020

✨ YOU ARE INVITED ✨

We are excited to announce that we are going to host an exhibition of the British photographer Gina Soden on her new series ‘How Long is Now’ in Berlin, during the #emopberlin.

Save the date!
📆 1-11 October, 2020
📍 Auguststraße 35, Berlin

➿ in collaboration with @aquabitart_gallery

The true relationship with an artist starts after a studio visit. Meet this Friday out talented painter @silviasarsano_s...
31/08/2020

The true relationship with an artist starts after a studio visit. Meet this Friday out talented painter @silviasarsano_studio at her studio and see where she create her magnificent portraits.

📆Save the date 04.09.2020, @openstudiosid, haus Y, studio 607
Genslerstraße 13a, 13055 Berlin
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#fineartpainter #silviasarsano #artcollector #artberlin #berlinart #studioid #berlinartscene #kunst #kunstberlin #openstudio #openstudioberlin #kunstmarkt #artinberlin #contemporarypainting #kunstinberlin

11/07/2020

Yesterday we welcomed almost 100 people at our opening. Thank you so much for coming!

If you missed it yesterday you still have a chance to see the exhibition ‘Her Honest Self’ till Sunday 20:00.

Pass by and say hello 👋🏼

💃🏻 Something great is coming soon! 💃🏻🧐Check our account tomorrow to learn more about our exciting event and 📆already tod...
30/06/2020

💃🏻 Something great is coming soon! 💃🏻

🧐Check our account tomorrow to learn more about our exciting event and 📆already today mark July 10th in your calendar!

#silviasarsano #herhonestself #upcomingexhibition #berlinart

26/06/2020

“About all you can do in life is be who you are. Some people will love you for you. Most will love you for what you can do for them, and some won't like you at all.” - Rita Mae Brown

Portrait by our talented painter Silvia Sarsano
‘Detour in Berlin - Michela’, 2018
Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm

26/06/2020

“About all you can do in life is be who you are. Some people will love you for you. Most will love you for what you can do for them, and some won't like you at all.” - Rita Mae Brown

Portrait by our talented painter Silvia Sarsano
‘Detour in Berlin - Michela’, 2018
Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm

✨ Is there anything more exciting than an artist’s studio visit? We’ve spent quite a lot of time at the studio of Silvia...
24/06/2020

✨ Is there anything more exciting than an artist’s studio visit?
We’ve spent quite a lot of time at the studio of Silvia Sarsano to prepare something special for you. Big news are coming soon! 🤩

“Adding product to your cartI found this forgotten manor right in the center of a small french village of less than 150 ...
22/06/2020

“Adding product to your cart
I found this forgotten manor right in the center of a small french village of less than 150 people. The place was hidden behind tall iron gates and an overgrown garden. It was a treat to the eyes with decay everywhere, and so many antique items of furniture. A complete lack of historical information online meant I could not find out anything about the former residents, but what I did discover was a secret art studio room hidden away nearby this beautiful boudoir. I instantly felt connected to the mysterious artist who lived here some lives ago, following his or her steps as I was wandering between the room and the abandoned studio. For somewhere so central in town, I got in unseen fairly easily.” - Gina Soden

Visit our online exhibition ‘How Long is Now’ by talented British photographer Gina Soden.

📱 LINK IN BIO 📱

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Gina Soden, ‘Boudoir Bleu’ from ‘How Long is Now’ series, 2020
123 x 88 cm
Edition of 10 with two A/P’s

Artyquecom's cover photo
19/06/2020

Artyquecom's cover photo

It was a great pleasure to share the story of ARTYQYE agency creation, our talented artists and upcoming projects. Read ...
18/06/2020

It was a great pleasure to share the story of ARTYQYE agency creation, our talented artists and upcoming projects. Read the full text of the interview on the blog of @convelio.

11/06/2020

Following the portraying tradition from modern to contemporary painters, Silvia presents the unfixed beauty of real people without idolization, without any pretence of perfection, in their happiness and sorrow.​

One special feature of her latest works: only the uncovered skin of the subjects is visible, all clothes are covered by the background, or is it the background covered by the clothes?

Whichever way you go, this technique, while carrying a unique meaning for each work, pushes you to focus on the human behind the clothes, the colours and the patterns, letting her works become a powerful reminder that the eyes are the only true mirror to the soul.

🎉 Great News! New Artist on Board 🎉⁠We are proud to announce that now ARTYQUE represents talented painter Silvia Sarsano...
10/06/2020

🎉 Great News! New Artist on Board 🎉⁠
We are proud to announce that now ARTYQUE represents talented painter Silvia Sarsano. ⁠

Silvia is a portrait painter who is able to distil an amazing level of sensitiveness and introspection into her works - in fact, her entire practice is dedicated to witnessing and telling the stories of common people in contrast of who is generally subject to being portrayed.⁠

Following the portraying tradition from modern to contemporary painters, Silvia presents the unfixed beauty of real people without idolization, without any pretence of perfection, in their happiness and sorrow.⁠

Check the link below for more information:
https://www.artyque.com/artists/silvia-sarsano

#blackouttuesday
02/06/2020

#blackouttuesday

THE COUNT DOWN IS ON! ⏱This weekend our new website goes live. New features, new artists, more art. Be the first to lear...
28/05/2020

THE COUNT DOWN IS ON! ⏱

This weekend our new website goes live. New features, new artists, more art. Be the first to learn what we prepared for you!

The agency grows. Grow with ARTYQUE.

6 POINTS TO FOCUS ON WHEN YOU BUY ART ONLINE⁠⠀#artyqueagency⁠⠀⁠⠀Buying online is the only way to purchase art today. Whe...
27/04/2020

6 POINTS TO FOCUS ON WHEN YOU BUY ART ONLINE⁠⠀
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Buying online is the only way to purchase art today. When it is already something common in other industries art market, yet, learns how to adapt. ⁠⠀
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Thanks to digitalisation we have access to a wider variety of works of talented artists around the world. Check our recommendations in the carousel of the post how to make your online art buying experience better and safe. ⁠ @ Berlin, Germany

“Right by the main road in the town was this incredible abandoned manor. As soon as I crept in, I literally gasped at th...
14/04/2020

“Right by the main road in the town was this incredible abandoned manor. As soon as I crept in, I literally gasped at the possibilities of what I could photograph in this place.⁠ The creaking floorboards and immense cobwebs and the glimpse into former stories this place could tell were magical.” Gina Soden ⁠

We are glad to present new fine art photography from "How Long Is Now" series by our talented artist Gina Soden. Find this breathtaking artwork at the Carrousel du Louvre during @fotofeverparis, 13-15 November 2020.⁠

‘Étude Abandonée’ from ‘How Long Is Now’ series, 2020.⁠
123 x 88 cm, edition of 10 with 2 A/P’s⁠

08/04/2020

🎉Great news 🎉

We are glad to announce that ARTYQUE is going to present the news series of works “How Long is Now” by @ginasodenartist at @fotofeverparis.

Looking forward to see you in Paris, at Carrousel du Louvre from 13-15 of November, 2020.

Studio's open doors day. Is it something Artists should do? And how to make it count? 🤔 ⠀⁠⠀The answer to the first quest...
09/03/2020

Studio's open doors day. Is it something Artists should do? And how to make it count? 🤔 ⠀
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The answer to the first question is definitely YES ☝️There is nothing more exciting for art lovers than discovering an Artist's studio, where the magic happens. Invite people in, let them feel involved in the creation process. If they like your Art, witnessing the creation of it will connect them in a stronger and more emotional way to what you do. ⠀

Check below 👇 for a bit more details about our checklist (pic n.2 ✌️)⁠⠀
1. Prepare the space for the visitors. Be creative but keep in mind that you have an opportunity to showcase your art and find new customers. Curate your studio as if it was a gallery. ⁠🖼️⠀
2. Be the one who breaks the ice. A simple hello can help to start the conversation. ⁠⠀
3. Speak about your creation. A lot of art collectors choose with eyes, but most of them are guided with their heart. Share your story, your inspiration. Let collectors fall in love with your story. ⁠⠀
4. Share your personal techniques. No one will run home to try and steal them, and even if they do, well.. You just got yourself some followers, renaissance style! 🎨 Jokes apart, this, on top of point 3, shows you have skills and a unique way to create, which is what collectors look for. ⠀
5. Always have business cards ready. While Instagram is a great way to stay in touch, a physical reminder of who you are is priceless. You might not consider yourself as an entrepreneur but truth is that you are your own brand in the creative industry. It is important to make sure that people can reach you back. 📞⠀
6. Exchange contacts. Your visitors can become your collectors one day. Prepare an e-mail list for art lovers to sign in, so they never miss your next show, new series of works or any updates in your career.⁠ ✉️⠀
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ARTYQUE is a Berlin-based agency dedicated to the success of the new generation of emerging and mid-career artists. Created by Ksenia Stepanova and Mattia Cremieux, their mission is to support the most exceptional creative minds out there to develop their career and share their vision and Art with the world.

​Could you tell us a bit more about Artyque and ​How did you come up with this idea?

We launched the agency a year ago, in summer 2019. Both of us are very passionate about art and we had the same reflections about how the art world functions: most of the people that enter the art world professionally find themselves on the institutional/business side of it (I mean galleries, auctions houses, foundations...) and get the chance to hone the skills they’ve usually acquired in university: how to organise and promote an exhibition, sell art, grow your network, etc... When you are an artist, these absolutely essential skills are not things you are generally taught. To be fair, even if you are an artist with high entrepreneurial skills, self-promotion takes away a lot of time and is a significant distraction from your main activity - creating art. Before Berlin, we used to live in London so we are lucky to be surrounded by and constantly meet new talented artists since quite a long time now and this is a struggle that comes back quite often when speaking with them. So it felt right to step aside from the traditional model and focus on the artists’ career itself rather than only on the product of their creation - the artworks. That is how ARTYQUE agency was imagined.

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