Touting itself as the world’s leading art and antiques fair, The European Fine Art Fair—popularly known as TEFAF—delivers on its branding by consistently offering world-class works, and this year is no exception. Presenting some 7,000 years of art, the 2022 edition of TEFAF Maastricht opened the doors on Friday, June 24th, to a savvy crowd
June 27, 2022
‘It Was a Feat I Thought I Couldn’t Handle’: Artist Jacolby Satterwhite Dissects His New Video Collaboration With Musician Perfume Genius
The two teamed up on a project that is hypnotic, surreal, and symbiotic. The post ‘It Was a Feat I Thought I Couldn’t Handle’: Artist Jacolby Satterwhite Dissects His New Video Collaboration With Musician Perfume Genius appeared first on Artnet News.
Sam Gilliam’s journey to abstract art began, oddly enough, in the dirt. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, in 1933, Gilliam’s childhood dirt drawings caught the eye of his neighbor, who told his parents that “they needed to get that boy some paper.” They did, and Gilliam would go on to pursue the arts, initially as a
FBI agents raided the Orlando Museum of Art on Friday and seized 25 paintings with a contested attribution to Jean-Michel Basquiat, the New York Times and the Associated Press have reported. According to the search warrant, the F.B.I.’s Art Crime Team had been investigating the authenticity of the works since the their discovery in a storage unit in Los Angeles
The Federal Bureau of Investigations on June 24 raided the Orlando Museum of Art and carted away twenty-five paintings alleged to have been made by Jean-Michel Basquiat after the works’ authenticity
A Researcher Just Found a Long-Lost Film of the 1898 Mardi Gras Parade, the Oldest-Known Footage of New Orleans
The two-minute film is 124 years old. The post A Researcher Just Found a Long-Lost Film of the 1898 Mardi Gras Parade, the Oldest-Known Footage of New Orleans appeared first on Artnet News.
The abstract painter died at his home in Washington, D.C. The post Painter Sam Gilliam, Celebrated for His Boldly Colored Draped Canvases, Has Died at 88 appeared first on Artnet News.
The heirs of a French banker have filed a lawsuit to recover an 18th-century Dutch painting that had been consigned for sale at Christie’s and was looted during World War II. A hearing in response to the suit is scheduled to take place on June 29 in a Parisian judicial court. The painting at the