September 13, 2021

Italy Confiscates 500 Fake Francis Bacons, MoMA Plans Matisse ‘Red Studio’ Show, and More: Morning Links for September 13, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines AN ART-CRIME DIGEST TO START MONDAY: Italy has arrested five on allegations of attempting to sell fake Francis Bacons, the Guardian reports. Authorities confiscated 500 works they believe are fakes. At the Port of Tilbury in England, vandals have broken windows that are part of an installation honoring the Windrush

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Jane Dickson: In the Middle of the Night

“I am a pretty literal person… a plainspoken Midwesterner.” Jane Dickson makes comfortable eye contact and speaks in approachable, matter-of-fact cadence, recalling how she didn’t get around to applying for college, but sort of backed into Harvard.

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Psycron

Aphàiresis, Greek term that stands for abstraction, is the new photographic project signed by the artist Karim Carella as a continuation of the new artistic journey started with “Oblivium”. With a gradual and progressive selection of shapes and shades, also due to the refinement of the chromatic compositions, the artist achieves a concept of photography

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Mirrors: Trey Abdella’s Intense Mash-Ups @ KÖNIG SEOUL

After a successful Berlin introduction with the gallery last September, Trey Abdella recently opened his Korean solo debut with KÖNIG SEOUL. Entitled Mirrors, the show present’s Brooklyn-based artist’s ability to notice and well, mirror “the haunting bits of banality and the horror of the mundane”. Both self-reflective or even self-critical and permeated with mirrored imagery, these

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Burgeon and Remain: A Studio Visit with Angela Heisch

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery is delighted to present Burgeon and Remain, the first UK solo exhibition of young New Zealand born, New York based artist Angela Heisch. This body of work, including paintings on a new larger scale, develops the artist’s abstracted visual language with imagery that holds conflicting ideas of stillness and growth. The exhibition

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Natural Wonders

The Royal Horticultural Society is again partnering with Saatchi Gallery to present the RHS Botanical Art and Photography Show, running parallel to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show during September. The exhibition will feature more than 200 botanical artworks and photographs by 34 artists from around the world, in a celebration of technical dexterity, artistic style

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Here Are the 14 U.S. Museum Shows That Matter This Fall, From a Survey of 21st-Century Feminisms in Berkeley to a Radical Art Rediscovery in Atlanta

As museums begin to reopen in the United States, we cast an eye over upcoming exhibitions for those that promise the most urgent and notable art of our time. The resulting list contains a diverse roster of 14 shows—by solo practitioners and groups chosen by keen-eyed curators—coming to museums from coast to coast. Some exhibitions

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