April 5, 2021

Call For Artists

8 Artists Who Had Breakout Moments at March Auctions

Break Up #00, 2016. Pieter SchoolwerthCapitain Petzel Makeup (Ribbons), 2016. Claire TabouretJohn Wolf Art Advisory & Brokerage The auctions that took place last month in Hong Kong, London, and New York were closely watched by industry observers for signs of the art market’s health going into 2021. After all, in the midst of the sales,

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Aphrodite 3

Series “Aphrodite”, 150 X 300 cm | 59.2 X 118.3 in | Acrylic and collage on canvas. Signed front and back. Certificate of Autenticity. Textured. The sides are painted. Extra-Large painting. Un-stretched. Due to the large size, the painting will sent rolled in a cardboard box. The paintings of colored lines, wid or narrow, appear

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C-A-L-L # 3: Architects for Housing Education

TAL-TO (The Architecture Lobby Tkaronto) is advocating for the implementation of a “Housing Guarantee” — a rights-based approach to housing that recognizes the key role of a home in reducing inequality and improving health outcomes.  Pedagogical gaps in architectural education mean that workers and recent graduates are often ill-equipped to engage with systemic issues impacting

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it was written

Ottograph has made artwork for clients like Greenpeace, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mars, Ford, and Merecedes-Benz. recently ottograph has been getting international acclaim for his ‘fight the virus’ campaign. this is a large canvas. ink on canvas – signed -2021 certificate of authenticity included stretched: 85x150cm unstretched: 95x160cm coated with high quality lacquer , uv resistant

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Zoe Leonard, Christopher Wool, and Other Artists Decry the Chinati Foundation’s Decision to Part Ways With a Prominent Advisor

The Chinati Foundation board has opted not to renew the contract of longtime employee Rob Weiner, a former assistant to Donald Judd, triggering a wave of outrage among those with ties to the Texas town of Marfa. More than 100 prominent art-world figures signed a letter, published in the Big Bend Sentinel, decrying the foundation’s

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