March 8, 2021

Museum News

10 Women Artists with Major Museum Shows in 2021

Hilma af Klint, The Ten Largest, Group IV, No. 3, Youth, 1907. Courtesy of the Hilma af Klint Foundation and The Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden. Lorraine O’Grady, Art Is . . . (Girl Pointing), 1983/2009. © Lorraine O’Grady/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy of the artist and Alexander Gray Associates, New York. In 1985,

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Art News

A Battle in the Legal War Over Robert Indiana’s Legacy Ends as His Estate Settles With the Artist’s Longtime Representative

One chapter in the protracted legal battle over the legacy of the late Pop artist Robert Indiana has come to a close. Last week, Indiana’s estate reached a out-of-court settlement with the artist’s longtime representative and holder of his copyrights, the Morgan Art Foundation, and the organization that oversees his former home, the Star of

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Retoño

De la serie “Sustrato”. Inspirada en los aspectos internos de aquellas cosas que se muestran en la superficie.

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Florine Stettheimer’s ‘Cathedrals of Art’ Celebrates and Critiques New York’s Secular Shrines. Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About It

When Florine Stettheimer died in 1944, at the age of 72, the New York artist, poet, and salonnière, was still putting the final touches on The Cathedrals of Art, the last in a series of four monumental paintings devoted to New York’s cultural, social, and economic temples. Identical in scale, each painting measures five feet

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To Mark International Women’s Day, ‘Fearless Girl’ on Wall Street Has Been Surrounded by Jagged Shards of Broken Glass

Four years after Fearless Girl first faced off against Wall Street’s Charging Bull, the finance company behind the marketing stunt-turned beloved public artwork has installed shards of glass around the diminutive bronze sculpture in a misguided tribute to women who have broken the metaphorical “glass ceiling” by ascending to top leadership positions in business and politics. The

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