Are you a lover or Art? Here you will find a few most Artistic cities in the world. Let’s go for a tour already.
There’s no doubt that some cities across the world could be called an artist’ playground, so to figure out where you should travel to next, there are lots of lists out there ranking the world’s best and most artistic cities, some use reader polls to determine which place lands at the top, while others base rankings on data like its livability or how easy it is to bike there. But Resonance, a consultancy group in real estate, tourism, and economic development, wanted to create a ranking that was more comprehensive.
On this article, Our goal here is not just to create an index for tourism or just for business neither is it just for livability. We want to take you round the world so you could see for yourself the most artistic cities in the world, When we say ‘most artistic cities,’ it could also be classified as the best cities to live, best cities to work, best cities to visit.
If you are an artist or an art pundit, please permit us to take you round some of the most artistic cities in the world, and why you absolutely have to visit them.
1. Lagos, Nigeria
Lagos, the largest city in Nigeria is fast emerging as a hotspot in the art world. Its thriving cultural scene is led by the Centre for Contemporary Art and the African Artists’ Foundation.
Lagos is a major financial center for all of Africa and is the economic hub of Lagos State. The annual Lagos Photo Festival and National Art Competition are also attracting worldwide attention. With a variety of galleries like Omenka Gallery, you can delve into masterpieces by the best Nigerian and international artists.
2. New York City, USA
New York City (NYC), often called simply New York, is the most populous city in the United States and it possesses a wide variety of artistic forms, from fine art to the performing arts. NYC is also home to more fine art schools, performing arts companies, art dealers and creative museums and businesses than any other city in the US.
Art galleries are everywhere in New York City, from Brooklyn and Queens to the Upper and Lower East Sides of Manhattan. And all these beautiful art galleries with get you immersed in the vivid.
3. Berlin, Germany
One of the most varied art scenes in the world, Berlin is home to some of the longest-standing institutions. These include the Alte Nationalgalerie and Gemäldegalerie which showcase classic pieces from the 13th to 19th centuries. Modern 20th-century art collections can be found in the more-recently established Neue Nationalgalerie.
If alternative art is more your style, then Friedrichshain is the place to go for spaces like East Side Gallery, a section of the Berlin Wall that now displays the work of more than 100 international artists. Jonathan Borofsky’s sculpture, Molecule Man, is another must if you’re in Berlin.
4. Paris, France
Paris, France! Home to over 1,000 galleries, the city is filled with iconic art, no doubt, this got to be another art lover’s paradise. The most notable is The Louvre which houses the famous Mona Lisa by Leonardo de Vinci. There is also an array of contemporary galleries to impress an artist. These include veterans such as Galerie Daniel Templon, to the newer Modus Art Gallery and La Maison Rouge. The Belleville neighborhood is also a must-visit destination for vibrant street art. The City of Light is jam-packed with art around every corner.
5. São Paulo, Brazil
The art capital of Latin America, São Paulo may not be as acclaimed as New York City or Paris, but the Brazilian megalopolis is overflowing with artistic attractions. Home to the second largest biennial, the venerable São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo is a must for your bucket list. The Museu de Arte Moderna showcases both modern and contemporary Brazilian art, as well sculpture gardens with 30 incredible works. If local, emerging talent is what you’re after, then galleries like Choque Cultural are where you need to be.
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