October 27, 2021

The Water Kingdom of the Golden Sea

Dive into the wonderful golden world! I see magical seaweed and fantastic golden water here! This is a unique and original painting, as it cannot be repeated! This painting is a print from the colors of another painting and the resulting pattern is truly authentic! In addition, it turns out so-called waste-free production and as

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Am I Entitled to a Payday If My Art Has Been Turned Into a Pretty Popular Gif? + Other Artists’-Rights Questions, Answered

Have you ever wondered what your rights are as an artist? There’s no clear-cut textbook to consult—but we’re here to help. Katarina Feder, a vice president at Artists Rights Society, is answering questions of all sorts about what kind of control artists have—and don’t have—over their work.  Do you have a query of your own? Email knowyourrights@artnet.com and

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An Animal Shelter Dressed Dogs in Human Clothes to Help Them Find Homes

Zorro. He was found badly wounded by other dogs in the street; his past life is unknown. His tail is half chopped off The “Thing of Kindness” social project and the “Happiness in the House” animal shelter (Yekaterinburg, Russia) launched the joint project “My Man Abandoned Me. But I’ll still love him”. Photographers Nikita Zhurnakov

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How Can Nonprofits Better Serve Artists? With a New $1.5 Million Program, Eyebeam Is Turning Over the Purse Strings to Its Fellows

Many non-profits in the creative sector preach the importance of listening and responding to artists, but over the last year and a half, few have done it in action quite like the art and technology outfit Eyebeam, which has virtually reinvented itself—literally—in the name of aiding artists in a pandemic-shaped landscape. Last year, Eyebeam, an organization

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A $550 M. Roman Villa Decorated by Caravaggio Hits the Auction Block

Always wanted to live like a Renaissance cardinal? Who doesn’t? The palazzos, the artwork, the scheming, the alchemy. If you happen to be a billionaire and feel like blowing a mountain of money on just one pretty incredible Renaissance-era house, you’re in luck. The Casino di Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi in Rome, otherwise known as Villa

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