February 23, 2021

North American Art

Long Overlooked, the Eerie and Uncanny World of American Surrealist Clarence Holbrook Carter Is Getting New Life in Los Angeles

Glowing ovoid shapes hover over desolate, dream-like landscapes in some paintings. In another, a green-skinned vision of Tennyson’s Lady of Shalott lies supine on a watery bed, glowing in phosphorescence. A white rat with red eyes seems distressingly poised to climb over a blue monochromatic wall and into the viewer’s space in yet another painting.

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Auction News

In the Latest NFT Auction Frenzy, an Artist Just Sold a Collection of Digital Furniture for $450,000—See Images of the Otherworldly Designs Here

Earlier this week, Christie’s announced its first-ever sale of a purely digital artwork, by Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple, that will carry an NFT, or non-fungible token. A few days later, that same technology helped catapult an NFT of the internet-famous rainbow-trailing Nyan Cat GIF to a sale price of $560,000. Now, Andrés Reisinger, a designer of

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Latin American Art

The ARTnews Accord: Curators Rita Gonzalez and Mari Carmen Ramirez Talk Supporting Latin American and Latinx Art

Rita Gonzalez is the head of contemporary art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She joined the museum in 2004 and has curated influential exhibitions there, including “Phantom Sightings: Art after the Chicano Movement” (in 2008), “Asco: Elite of the Obscure, A Retrospective, 1972–1987” (2011), and “A Universal History of Infamy” (2017). She

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Super Bowl

The artwork is inspired by the Super Bowl in American football. This clash of courage, characters, strategies and the accompanying tension in the game is truly impressive to the viewer. It’s not just a delight for the senses, it’s a way of life – it’s a SUPER BOWL! The artwork is painted with high quality

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