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Launched in November 2013, Art Soul Life presents thought-provoking and sophisticated content about contemporary art, and it’s the go-to place to learn first-hand from the artists of our time. We are proud to be raising arts awareness and creating a progressive platform showcasing real talent. As a quarterly magazine with exposure to print, digital and social media, we provide unparalleled access to the artist’s voice to diverse audiences around the world, introducing millions of people to contemporary art and artists. All our issues are centered around specific themes through which recent trends in the art world and the works of individual artists are explored. Our mission is to inspire a more creative world through the works and words of contemporary artists.

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Sculptor Ashish Ghosh's repurposing skills force us to rethink and look at the junk in another light as the upcycled stuff becomes even cooler than the original...TRASH TO TREASURE in the latest issue of India's top art magazine ART SOUL LIFE ... See MoreSee Less

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Tagore's Untitled (Head of a woman) from 1939, which'll come up for Sotheby’s London auction on Oct 23, has the potential to break the record for any work by the artist sold abroad. Estimated price: £300,000-500.000. #art #artsoullifemagazine

Sculptor Ashish Ghosh's repurposing skills force us to rethink and look at the junk in another light as the upcycled stuff becomes even cooler than the original......TRASH TO TREASURE in the latest issue of India's top art quarterly ART SOUL LIFE

Mark Rothko - b. Sept 25, 1903 - supported artists' freedom of expression, which he felt was compromised by the market. That's why he often refused commissions, sales and exhibitions. #artsoullifemagazine #Rothko #Abstract

What was hanging on Van Gogh’s walls? In The Bedroom, we see what was hanging above his bed in Arles: two portraits of friends whom he had got to know in the town; one of the painter Eugene Boch and a portrait of Lieutenant Paul-Eugène Milliet. #VanGoghPortrays

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