August 5, 2021

Art News

Haroshi Takes His Iconic Works to LGND.ART with New NFT Collection

We all know of Haroshi as the master of the handcrafted art, recycling and reusing old skateboards to create sculptural works and sculptural paintings. He has gained a legacy in both skateboarding and fine art, a unique artist for our unique century. His recent show at NANZUKA was evidence of his own evolution as well. 

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Machu Picchu Is Older Than Experts Have Long Thought, Study Finds

Machu Picchu, the Inca palace tucked away in the mountains of Peru, may be a quarter-century older than previously thought. According to a new study published in Antiquity this month, a team of researchers used advanced radiocarbon dating to determine that the site was in use from 1420 to 1530 C.E. Using accelerator mass spectrometry

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NFT Platform Raises $30 M., Gene Simmons Plans Art Show, and More: Morning Links for August 5, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines AFTER A CENTURY, A MYSTERY HAS BEEN SOLVED. Archaeologists working on the estate of a 16th-century manor near Wem, England, have uncovered what they believe are the remains of a castle built as far back at 1250, according to BBC News. The owner of the

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Art Industry News: The Met Gala Is Going Vegan This Year + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Thursday, August 5. NEED-TO-READ Construction Continues on ‘Unlawful’ Stonehenge Tunnel – Despite a court ruling last week that deemed a planned tunnel near Stonehenge to be “unlawful,” the

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The girl with umbrella

“Begins again the smell of rain” or rainy weather in the Alps, (Portes du Soleil region) is a project with a length of multiple years, a project that made through connection with nature and its spirit full of mood, inspiration, and mystery. The photos are for sale in a limited edition art print of 15

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