November 4, 2020

Art News

This Artist and Dealer Are on a Mission Save Animals from Shelters. Now, a New Fort Lauderdale Gallery Show Will Fund Their Cause

Artist JuanCarlos rLora and gallery owner Luba Kladienko-Ramirez of the Fort Lauderdale gallery ArtToSaveLives are more aligned than most artists and dealers: both are on a mission to support animal rescue.  Born into a family of art collectors, Kladienko-Ramirez met rLora when she was still in college. She was studying art history and he was studying

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Tomashi Jackson and Kahlil Robert Irving were awarded this year’s Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant .

Real Talk / White House, 2020. Tomashi JacksonNight Gallery The Joan Mitchell Foundation announced the recipients of its 2020 Painters and Sculptors Grants, which provides 25 artists with $25,000 in unrestricted funds and access to arts professionals for “consultations on career development and financial management,” as well as eligibility to apply for residencies at the

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Painted on Vintage Postcards, Flora and Fauna Celebrate Farming Traditions and Wildlife of the Midwest

All images © Diana Sudyka, shared with permission Twenty-seven years ago while studying at the University of Illinois, illustrator Diana Sudyka (previously) retrieved a bundle of postcards from a dumpster. The ephemeral correspondence revealed a relationship between farmers and workers from the Harvard area and a man named John Dwyer, either their accountant or investor

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I Challenged These Artists

As artists, we challenge ourselves because that’s how we find The Muse.  The Muse doesn’t just sit around waiting for us. We have to get to work to find her. Sometimes that means opening ourselves up to new experiences and learning from others.  That’s why last week I hosted The Working Artist 5-Day Challenge in

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California Arts Professionals Are Teaming Up With Local Mayors to Lobby for Eased Restrictions on Museums

Museums across California are pushing back against the state’s lockdown restrictions, which are among the most stringent in the country.  Currently, only institutions located in California counties with declining COVID-19 cases are allowed to open their doors to the public. The state’s complicated, tiered reopening plan applies the same restrictions to museums as it does

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Live Now on Artnet Auctions: Explore Sublime Photographs of Switzerland’s Natural Beauty by Artist Douglas Mandry

The award-winning artist Douglas Mandry explores the nature of reality through his photographic works. Mandry, who has partnered with Swiss luxury skincare house La Prairie to capture sublime landscapes of his homeland, finds that photography allows him to convey a universal message, regardless of language or culture.  Now through November 19, three of Mandry’s works

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