February 26, 2021

The Art Angle Podcast: The Haunting History of the Benin Bronzes

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story down to earth. Join host Andrew Goldstein every week for an in-depth look at what matters most in museums, the art market, and much more, with input

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The Art Angle Podcast: Benin Bronzes Part 1

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story down to earth. Join host Andrew Goldstein every week for an in-depth look at what matters most in museums, the art market, and much more, with input

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Art News

The Baltimore Museum Walked Back Plans to Sell Art to Fund Equity Initiatives. Now, It’s Raised $1.5 Million the Old-Fashioned Way

The Baltimore Museum of Art sparked a national conversation about deaccessioning last year when it proposed—and then ultimately called off—plans to sell a group of multimillion-dollar works from its collection to fund diversity and equity initiatives. Today, the museum announced three sizable gifts toward the same goal. Totaling $1.5 million, the amount is a far

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Call For Artists

How I Learned To Be An Artist By Going To Church

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been curious about the religions of the world. I started visiting different churches when I was a kid. I wanted to explore the beliefs and rituals and stories that people believe. Oh sure, a lot of it had to do with the fellowship snacks, the donuts and

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Art News

Wet Paint: Frank Ocean Moves Into a Storied Studio Building, Hong Kong Hits Dealers With New Quarantines, & More Art-World Gossip

Every week, Artnet News brings you Wet Paint, a gossip column of original scoops reported and written by Nate Freeman. If you have a tip, email Nate at nfreeman@artnet.com.   FORGET IT, FRANK, IT’S CHINATOWN For the last two decades a Chinatown building at 83 Canal Street, surrounded by noodle shops and cut-rate bus services, has

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David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt: Strange Instrument Curated by Zanele Muholi In Collaboration with Yancey Richardson Gallery. February 26 – March 27, 2021 “David Goldblatt: Strange Instrument” brings together

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Victoria Miro

Titled after an eponymous 2017 work by Paula Rego, “The Sky was Blue the Sea was Blue and the Boy was Blue” presents blue works by nineteen Victoria Miro artists and explores the colour’s broad symbolic

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Lois Dodd

Lois Dodd (b. 1927), whose career spans over seventy years, paints contemplative examinations of the quiet, clean brilliancy of everyday subjects in Maine, New York and the Delaware Water Gap.  In 1952,

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