Hi there,

Looking ahead to new opportunities with excitement, I am sad to announce that, as of today, Art & Photography Today will cease.

Art & Photography Today lasted almost four years and highlighted the work of more than a thousand emerging artists around the world. The blog attracted thousands of views every month and, according to Bloglovin’, is the #1 art blog in the UK and #4 in the world, which is an impressive achievement. I feel assured that Art & Photography Today is going out on a high, and I am incredibly thankful for your continued support.

If like me, you’re a through-and-through contemporary art enthusiast, rest assured that Art & Photography Today’s archive will remain online, encouraging the discovery of new talent in contemporary art.

Why is Art & Photography Today ending? Ultimately, my decision comes down to time. I am actively working towards a career as a screenwriter and, therefore, will be spending more time writing with the hope to, one day, be acknowledged in the film industry. There are enormous challenges ahead; however, film is where I want to be and, hopefully, I will get there with hard work and immense dedication.

Once again, thank you for your support. Please, when looking for excellent contemporary artwork and artists, continue to refer to Art & Photography Today and use its library of work as a resource.

Who knows, one day you may see my name on a cinema screen.

Wish me luck!

Daniel Dunt

If you would like to contact me, for whatever reason, you can email me at hello@danielwrites.co.uk. I would be pleased to hear from you.

Mila Rochenner is a Brazilian-born, US-based sculptor and painter, living and working in New York. This sculpture is titled “Aletheia”.

Mila Rochenner sculpture

You can view more of Mila’s work through Saatchi Art.

Images courtesy of Mila Rochenner

This painting is by Ukrainian artist Irina Yourova and titled “Feast”.

Artist Irina Yourova

You can view more of Irina’s work through Saatchi Art.

Images courtesy of Irina Yourova

Steve Giovinco is an American photographer, living and working in New York. This photograph was captured in Magdalen Islands, Canada, and is untitled.

Steve Giovinco photography

You can view more of Steve’s work through his website.

Images courtesy of Steve Giovinco

Renè Steinke is an American glassblower, living and working in Sacramento, California. This sculpture is titled “Pioggia”.

Renè Steinke glass art

You can view more of Renè’s work through Saatchi Art.

Images courtesy of Renè Steinke

Martín Sichetti is an Argentinian artist, living and working in Buenos Aires. This collage is titled “The Swimmer”.

Martín Sichetti art

You can view more of Martin’s work through his website.

Images courtesy of Martín Sichetti

Christophe Lecrivain is a French artist, living and working in Charente. This painting is titled “Petite symphonie”.

Christophe Lecrivain art

You can view more of Christophe’s work through Saatchi Art.

Images courtesy of Christophe Lecrivain

This painting is by Italian-born, Los Angeles-based artist Fabio Coruzzi and titled “At the Ferry Building, San Francisco”.

Artist Fabio Coruzzi

You can view more of Fabio’s work through his website.

Images courtesy of Fabio Coruzzi

This photograph is by British photographer Paul Cooklin and titled “Old Man in Corridor, Oxburgh Hall”.

Photographer Paul Cooklin

You can view more of Paul’s work through his website.

Images courtesy of Paul Cooklin

Reid McLachlan is a Canadian artist, living and working in Chelsea, Quebec. This painting is titled “Aurora”.

Reid McLachlan art

You can view more of Reid’s work through his website.

Images courtesy of Reid McLachlan