Roses are red—this Artsy Valentine's Day Guide is For You!

Sure, love and romance are guiding forces in the art world, but when you’re already stretched thin between 1:54 Marrakech, Zona Maco and upcoming frieze LA plans, you may find Valentine’s Day has taken a back seat. art currently is here to help make the day all the more sweeter, with thoughtful/intentional gifts and mood setting to-do’s - you’re welcome!

From exclusive NFT acquisitions of Klimt's iconic 'The Kiss' to intimate tarot readings by contemporary artist Danielle Tegeder of Hilma’s Ghost, museum outings, or simply staying in, we’ve got you covered.

  1. Purchase a unique NFT of the most romantic painting ever, Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss (Lovers) (1908/9) from the Belvedere Museum. Priced at $1,925, each limited-edition tile offers buyers the chance to become a member of an exclusive international community of collectors with the Belvedere, while also being invited to a string of events at the museum and beyond.

The works are available for purchase at, with funds directly supporting the Belvedere’s historic and invaluable collection.

Individuals can also view the NFTs in person from February 14-18th, 2024, at Superchief Gallery in New York City.

See if you can pull the Lover’s card by gifting a tarot reading from contemporary artist Danielle Tegeder, one half of the artistic duo Hilma’s Ghost. The one-on-one experience supports an ongoing artistic practice, and you can top it off with a $100 artist-designed tarot desk, “Abstract Futures.”

Bring your date to the New Museum for a last look before it closes for its big renovation- see Judy Chicago’s beautiful exhibition for $22 ($19 for visitors with disabilities, and free for members), and then swing by the gift shop afterwards to give them a print of Chris Ofili’s ‘Mali Memory (Tea Dance)’. This edition commemorates the 2014–15 New Museum exhibition “Chris Ofili: Night and Day,” which spanned the artist’s influential career and encompassed his paintings, drawings, and sculptures.

Created in a limited edition of 500 plus 50 artist’s proofs and five printer’s proofs, each print has been hand signed and numbered by the artist.

Plan a New York day trip to see the local culture offerings we don’t always take the time to check out beyond Storm King and Dia Beacon. Pop up to Livingston manor to experience a rare James Turrell at Catskill Art Space or to Montclair New Jersey and see fascinating collections. Beyond New York, head up to The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum to catch the organic, mother-like forms by Loie Hollowell in her works on paper.

Staying in? Curate a day to watching romantic art films from Cutie and the Boxer (2013), following the love story of the famed boxing painter Ushio Shinohara and his wife, Noriko to Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019), you needn’t even leave bed to experience some of the most artistic romances of all time. Top it off with a digital download of Foursome by Carolyn Burke, a captivating, spirited book on the intense relationship among four artists - Alfred Stieglitz Georgia O'Keeffe, Rebecca Salsbury and Paul Strand - whose strong personalities and aesthetic ideals drew them together, pulled them apart, and profoundly influenced the very shape of twentieth-century art, to remember the course of true love never did run smooth!