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Artsy New Year’s Resolutions

Konstantin Somov, Fireworks in the Park, 1907, location unknown

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Artsy New Year’s Resolutions

Do you also try to change your life when the New Year approaches? Quitting smoking, finding a girlfriend/boyfriend, going on a diet, starting a business or changing a job… The list is endless and this is why I want to present you with an alternative: artsy New Year’s resolutions list!

1. Read about a painting a day

That’s us!

Which you can easily do with our DailyArt app!

2. Visit at least one exhibition

David Teniers the Younger, The Gallery Of Archduke Leopold In Brussels, 1639, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany; Artsy New Year's Resolutions
David Teniers the Younger, The Gallery of Archduke Leopold in Brussels, 1639, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany.

2020 is a promising year of exhibitions on Raphael, Donatello & Michelangelo, Magritte and many others all over the world! If you want to be up to date with best exhibitions, read DailyArt Magazine regularly!

3. Read at least one biography of an artist or book about art

Agnolo Bronzino, Portrait Of A Girl With Book, 1545, Uffizi, Italy
Agnolo Bronzino, Portrait Of A Girl With Book, 1545, Uffizi, Italy

You can find our suggestions here & here! Also, we would recommend this Sister Wendy’s book for beginners. Check this graphic novel on a woman artist!

4. Visit an art gallery you haven’t been to so far

Artsy New Year's Resolutions
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark. Flickr.com.

Whether it’s in your town or in another country, try going to a place you don’t know yet. Maybe try the opening of a new exhibition?

5. Inspire others

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Painter And The Art Lover, 1565, Albertina, Vienna; Artsy New Year's Resolutions
Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Painter and the Art Lover, 1565, Albertina, Vienna.

Try sharing your love for art with your friends and family, and even strangers. With more art lovers, world would be a better place.

Have a great 2020 with our Artsy New Year’s Resolutions!


Magda, art historian and Italianist, she writes about art because she cannot make it herself. She loves committed and political artists like Ai Weiwei or the Futurists; like Joseph Beuys she believes that art can change us and we can change the world.

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