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Sign up for Artspace.com and Mr & Mrs Smith for a chance to win two nights in Florence and two nights in Venice, with specially arranged art experiences and more—courtesy of the hotel experts at Mr & Mrs Smith and Artspace.
You’ll start off in Florence with two nights at Gallery Hotel Art and visits to the Convent of San Marco and the Centre for Contemporary Culture Strozzina. You’ll then be treated to two nights in Venice at Palazzina G, a private tour of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and a visit to Palazzo Grassi, one of the city’s best contemporary art museums. Prize includes $1,000 towards travel and a $500 Artspace eGift Card.
Artspace is the premier online marketplace for contemporary art, offering collectors and aspiring collectors the opportunity to discover, learn about and collect art from the top contemporary artists in the world at insider prices.
Just a few of the artists you’ll find on Artspace….
assume vivid astro focus, Eric Fischl, Ross Bleckner, Chuck Close, Rashid Johnson, Cindy Sherman, David Salle, Lawrence Weiner, Peter Doig, Kenny Scharf, Louise Bourgeois, Edward Byrtinsky, Marcel Dzama, Dustin Yellin, Sanford Biggers and more …
And they work with the world’s most prestigious galleries, museums and cultural institututions…
David Zwirner, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Prospect New Orleans, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Marianne Boesky, Casey Kaplan, White Cube and more …
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