Erik Sommer is an American contemporary artist who lives and works in New York. We asked the extraordinary artist and founder of the Mott projects to share his Top and favorite Instagram accounts with the Munchies art club Magazine. Eric Sommers favorites are Alessandro Stein, Art Handler Mag , Daily lazy, Post-vandalism curated by Stafano Bardsley, and Jason Gringler.
The Munchies Art Club connects with people from the art world, asking them to share their favorite Insta arty accounts, allowing us to connect with and share a fresh selection of Insta accounts that need to be checked out!
Every time we receive a list of often new to us artists, galleries, associations, projects, magazines and others moving in the spheres of the art world we are thrilled to explore and share them here with you.
Just when you think you have seen the best, a whole new range of incredible, innovative, impressive Instagram accounts are discovered.
What is Mott Projects? Mott projects is Contemporary online Art Project Space, featuring exhibitions and interviews with contemporary artists from all over the world. Mostly friends of the artist. For example exceptional artists like Gabriele Graessle, Cincy Phoenix, Tyrrell Winston, Taylor Anton White and Martin Lukac to name a few.
We thank Erik Sommer for sharing with us, we also thank the people behind the Alessandro Stein diary, Art Handler, Daily_Lazy, Post_Vandalism, and Work2day, for so kindly permitting us to share their Insta accounts with you!
Art Handler is an online art magazine. Their Insta account shares engaging and often hilarious content about the invisible people working behind the scene.
Art Handler was founded by Clynton Lowry who is an artist, art handler, editor, and also the founder of Jobs.art. The magazine is the first publication to make the behind-the-scenes of the art world its focus, by introducing who and disclosing how things work behind the scenes.
The Art Handler Magazine website is an informative site about art handling in the broadest sense from those who organize to those who assist, especially interesting since many artists work as assistants for other artists.
We enjoyed the interview on Art handler from Daniel Smyth where Tony Matelli talks about his time as an assistant to Jeff Koons.
But there is a great selection of reading material for everyone's taste, so be sure to check it out!