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Art has emerged as a popular hobby during the coronavirus pandemic, as people try to keep busy and relieve stress while staying at home. Online art schools and art supply stores are reaping the benefit, as Kyoko Gasha reports from New York. #Art #Pandemic #StressRelief

African Art Fairs during Pandemic

African Art Fairs during Pandemic

Localisation in Art

Localisation in Art

Art Basel Goes Online

Art Basel Goes Online

Making art in quarantine

Making art in quarantine

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