The year 2022 is only a little over a decade away. If you’re reading this right now, that’s a great start to getting ready. But in case you haven’t figured it out yet, this is the future, and what’s coming next is going to be awesome.
In fact, the art of the future will be so amazing that you’ll barely recognize it. Art will be a part of our everyday lives, and we will be surrounded by it all around us.
Online art galleries can be a lot of fun and a great way to show off and showcase your work. However, they are not without their challenges and potential pitfalls.
For example, they can often be difficult to navigate, especially if you don’t have the best search skills, and if you are not careful, you may end up paying more for your art than if you purchased it from an online art gallery.
Art trends are difficult to predict since they depend on the current mood of today’s individuals and the styles emerging from today’s art community. What follows is just a sampling of some of the trends that we foresee in the year 2022:
The art movements
In the last years, we have witnessed the rise of art movements and endless art movements. From street art to internet art and social art in general. Art movements rarely happen by accident; they are the result of a complex net work of social, cultural, and political factors that influence the way art is made, thought of, and consumed. That being said, the history of art movements has been marked by a diverse array of approaches and beliefs, and these continue to be reflected in contemporary art practices.
The pop art
When you look at pop art back in the day, so much color and noise were involved. Pop art was a bold and very often controversial movement that was characterized by bright colors and large-scale images of popular culture. (The artists’ images were known as “pop art” because they were popular with the general public.) Pop art was a style of avant-garde art that emerged in the mid 20th century and is characterized by subject matter based on popular culture, bright and bold colors, and large-scale images.
Graffiti has reached a new level of popularity in recent years. No longer a street art form confined to the back of the city, it is now a pop culture phenomenon with a global following. There’s been a lot of talk in the past couple of years about the longevity of graffiti. Much of it has come from the perception that new artists can’t make a living using the medium, which seems ludicrous, to say the least. The fact is that the number of graffiti artists continues to grow, and there are now some truly talented artists out there.
Art trends are pretty much the same each year. In the coming years, we will see art trends inspired by comics, psychedelic motifs, and many other things that remain unseen.
Now that many people have a smartphone with a camera, it’s possible to snap photos of anything on the fly, from the latest trend to your pet cat. Of course, for many, this new ability to capture and share ideas and experiences has brought with it a new problem: blurry, out-of-focus photos.