September 13, 2021

Art News

12 Emerging Latinx Artists to Discover

In August 2020, a Pew Research Center poll discovered that just three percent of the Hispanic population in the United States identifies as Latinx. The director of race and ethnicity research Mark Lopez explained that their rejection of the word had nothing to do with its inclusive framework, but rather its the limited means to

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Nearly 500 Counterfeit Francis Bacon Works Confiscated in Italy

Italian police have confiscated nearly 500 works of art believed to be Francis Bacon counterfeits. The artworks, along with various other personal effects that were seized, are worth about €3 million (approximately $3.5 million). Five out of seven total suspects investigated have been charged with conspiracy to authenticate and trade forged works of art, along

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ARTnews in Brief: Baltimore Museum of Art Gets Mellon Foundation Grant for ‘Radical Change’—and More from September 13, 2021

Monday, September 13 Baltimore Museum of Art Gets Mellon Foundation Grant for ‘Radical Change’ The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has given the Baltimore Museum of Art a $150,000 grant intended to achieve greater diversity and equity at the institution. To obtain this, members of the museum’s staff will think through the structures of Western institutions and attempt to overhaul

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Anna Perach

“Gasp” is the title Anna Perach’s inaugural exhibition at the ADA gallery. The convulsive intake of exhaustion and shock, the onomatopoeic wheeze of those who flee, the attempt to recover one’s breath,

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