October 26, 2021

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Hundreds of Ceramic Marine Creatures Radiate in Gradients to Show the Effects of Coral Bleaching

Detail of “Revolve” (2021), glazed stoneware and porcelain, 168 x 335 x 35 centimeters. All images © Courtney Mattison, shared with permission Two new site-specific pieces by Courtney Mattison (previously) position ceramic sculptures of corals, sponges, and anemones in a swirling cluster of ocean diversity. Titled “Revolve” and “Our Changing Seas VII,” the wall reliefs

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Art Industry News: Anderson Cooper Sold His Mom’s Art on Instagram for Years (Even From Baghdad) Under a Fake Name + 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 Tuesday, October 26. NEED-TO-READ America’s North Faces Its Own Monument Reckoning – Monuments in the American South explicitly champion proponents of slavery and the Civil War,

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Artist Hides Clever And Funny Signs Around His City For People To Find

Streets can get quite boring, I mean, we see them every day. The same sidewalks, the same crosswalks, and signs. However, there are certain ways that the places that we are bored of can become much more interesting and fun to explore. That is proven by Australian artist Michael Pederson (previously featured). Michael creates all

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Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photos of Edwin Smith

Kentish Town station, London Edwin Smith (born Edwin George Herbert Smith) was an English photographer best known for his distinctive vignettes of English gardens, landscapes, and architecture. In 1935 he became a freelance photographer, working as a fashion photographer for Vogue for a short time. However, Smith concentrated his artistic efforts on subjects such as

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$546 M. Roman Villa with Caravaggio Heads to Auction, Prison for Fake Goya Sellers, and More: Morning Links for October 26, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE GREAT BEAUTY. What is better than a 16th-century villa in central Rome? A 16th-century villa in central Rome that features the only known ceiling mural by Caravaggio. That treasure is set to come to auction in January with an opening bid of €471 million (about

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Breathtaking Winning Images of The 2021 Drone Photo Awards

Photo of the year: Pink-Footed Geese Meeting the Winter by Terje Kolaas The Drone Photo Awards is the largest aerial photography and video competition. The pictures come from all over the world and allow us to see the world with a little more height. We discover what we cannot discover from below, such as the

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Domestic Spaces

If you happened to be walking around Mile End, East London in 1993, you might have met with the extraordinary sight of a lone terraced house cast in concrete. Resembling a gravestone, this sombre grey monolith commemorated the past life of Grove Road. The row of homes which once lined the street had only recently

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