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It May Have Been Kanye West—Not Kim Kardashian—Who Bought an Allegedly Looted Ancient Roman Sculpture From Italy

Last month, the U.S. government demanded that Kim Kardashian forfeit an ancient Roman sculpture that she had been in the process of acquiring, according to papers in …

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Russian Police Arrested a Member of the Art Collective Pussy Riot Allegedly to Prevent Her From Performing ‘Stunts’ During a Military Parade

Over the weekend, police in Russia arrested a member of Pussy Riot, the punk band and performance artist group. Four officers detained Veronika Nikulshina near …

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Historians Denounce Newark Museum’s Plan to Sell Works at Sotheby’s

More than 50 cultural historians have signed an open letter denouncing the Newark Museum of Art’s plan to sell 17 works from its collection at …

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What Sold at Frieze New York 2021

Conjunction 20-49, 2020. Ha Chong-hyunTina Kim Gallery A Spiritual Declaration, Under the weight of it all, 2021. Cassi NamodaGoodman Gallery This year’s Frieze New York …

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Thousands of Discs Are Suspended in Immense Cloud-Like Formations in Jacob Hashimoto’s Installations

“The Sky” at Portland International Airport (2020), bamboo, resin, UV Prints, screenprints, and fiberglass rod, 40 x 30 x 18 feet. Photo by Mario Gallucci …

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Aerial Photographer Created A Miniature Utopian Village And It Took Him 2 Years To Finish

Ognyan Stefanov is an accomplished aviation photojournalist and graduate of the prestigious National Academy for Theater and Film Art in his native town of Sofia, …

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XXSmall Stainless Bear

Art is the best gift, isn’t it? Do you like bears? Look at these tiny ears and tails! Aren’t they sweet candy? Stainless steel is …

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“Unpopular Culture”: Artist ‘Uncovers’ The Disturbing Behind-The-Scenes Of Popular Characters

Pop culture is always changing and never stops evolving. There are different movies, music genres, songs, and characters that shape our culture and they change …

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Dan Nadel remembers William T. Wiley

LOVING WHATEVER IT IS that you clutch to your chest and call “art” means taking some care of the culture around that word and its objects. …

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Artist Turns Generic Figurines into Ultra-Realistic Sculptures of Anime Characters

A talented Japanese artist uses airbrushes and classic brushes to transform generic plastic figurines of popular anime characters into custom works of art. The mysterious …

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Different summer

“Different summer ” is part of the series “A day of early summer during the pandemic” . Is an attempt to return to everyday life, …

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Member Spotlight: Jeremy Johnson

Since 2016, Jeremy Johnson has been executive director of Newark Arts, one of the city’s leading nonprofits. The organization makes grants to neighborhood arts programs, produces …

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Here’s Your Guide to the Best, Most Desirable Artworks for Sale in New York’s $1 Billion Spring Auctions This Week

So, here we are, on the verge of another major—and relatively “normal,” whatever that means these days—auction season, as Christie’s and Sotheby’s get ready to …

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Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at Frieze New York 2021

By all accounts—and by that we mean dealers‘ accounts—Frieze New York 2021 was a rousing success. Moving to the Shed in Hudson Yards from Randall’s …

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Architect Helmut Jahn Dies, Rare Leonardo Drawing Could Break Record, and More: Morning Links from May 10, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines A LEONARDO DA VINCI DRAWING WILL HEAD TO AUCTION at Christie’s in London in …

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Art Industry News: Analysis of Van Gogh’s Letters Reveals New Details About His Spooky Olive Grove Paintings + 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 …

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“Do You Look Like Your Cat?” A Memory Game: Match The Cats with Their Humans!

Whiskers on kittens aren’t the only attribute felines share with humans. Gerrard Gethings’ animal portraits make the case. For the memory card game Do You …

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Art of Bug (mini 15)

I am concatenating three symbols: – Ikat ornament (my identity), – the glitch effect (which I compare to social change), – the feminist movement (the …

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LULL

Large abstract painting with a landscape of the sea, beach and storm clouds on the canvas “Lull”. “The beach is quiet and quiet. But there …

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Three in a row

In this painting I wanted to show the influence of mobile phones in the world today.

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TRANQUILITY

Large abstract painting on canvas with a mountain landscape. “This day was friendly and quietly called you to him.” See how I created this painting …

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“Dear Mom,” by Photographer Kristen Welles Bartley

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“When the Dust Settles” by Photographer Adam Wilkoszarski

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A Kaleidoscopic Journey

Manchester-based artist Liz West, who was shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize in 2016, creates site-specific artworks that use vivid colour, light and space to …

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Skin Bone Quinacridone Adrenochrome: Christian Rex Van Minnen’s Spanish Solo Debut

“(This show) is definitely a full documentation of my covid time.” We’ve heard a similar statement over and over again in the past months and …

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Book Review: “Hayao Miyazaki”

It’s interesting to look at the books in this issue, whether the American obsession for gourmet ramen or the gripping representations of Bisa Butler and …

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The 2020-21 A’ Design Awards & Competition Winners

We always get excited to share with our readers the annual winners of the A Design Awards & Competition. We have been showcasing the competition for a …

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Nan Goldin Debuts New Work in “Memory Lost” @ Marian Goodman Gallery

Late last month Nan Goldin opened a new exhibition, Memory Lost, at Marian Goodman Gallery. Her first solo presentation in New York in five years, the …

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Historians Say the Newark Museum’s Plan to Deaccession Art at Sotheby’s Will Inflict ‘Irreparable Damage’

When the Newark Museum of Art announced a plan to sell 17 objects in March, it provided few details as to which artworks might appear …

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“Can’t touch this!”

At the entrance to “Can’t touch this!” is a book illustrating stories of “faces under masks.” Ostensibly a chronicle of the pandemic year, another unspoken …

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Think do reflect think do

A continuous improvement process: planning, creation, reflection, and thinking about the result in order to start an improved iteration again. The artist Anastasia Vasilyeva reflects …

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Small Green field with numbers Science Art

This painting is a new variant of the School board motif. This time the artist Anastasia Vasilyeva decorated the canvas with numbers, binary and decimal …

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Blue Destiny

Painting: Acrylic,on Canvas. Life is full of temptations. If you go thinking about what is right and wrong, it all depends on the attitude you …

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XSmall Stainless Bear

Art is the best gift, isn’t it? Do you like bears? Look at these tiny ears and tails! Aren’t they sweet candy? Stainless steel is …

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Small Stainless Bear, Limited Edition

Stainless steel, limited edition, 3 items. Art is the best gift, isn’t it? Do you like bears? Look at these tiny ears and tails! Aren’t …

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Middle Stainless Bear (Small Foot), Limited Edition

Stainless steel, limited edition, 3 items. Art is the best gift, isn’t it? Do you like bears? Look at these tiny ears and tails! Aren’t …

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A wild place

I needed a quiet place in my mind. The main colors of this lyrical abstract canvas are orange yellow and ultramarine blue. In a yellow …

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“Client Error”: The Superb Digital Artworks of RETOKA

“We are Retoka, Toni López and Zara Castellanos, designers and digital artists from Barcelona. We love to experiment with colors, light effects, shapes and movement. …

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Beautiful ’60s Fashion Photography by Henry Clarke

Model in pink dress, 1960 Born in Los Angeles in 1918, Henry Clarke, a renowned fashion photographer, discovered his calling in 1945 whilst working as …

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“Self-Portraits 2050”: Stunning 3D Series by Omar Aqil

Omar Aqil is an illustrator & art director based in Lahore, Pakistan. With this new series titled: ‘Self-Portraits 2050’, we follow Omar through this experimental …

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JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED

Cloudy turquoise seascape after rain painting. The bad weather is over. The sea calmed down, the sky brightened. The situation, which had seemed hopeless only …

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The sweet and purity of wealth

The chocolates with gold in the crystal container; harmony and purity fill in the air.

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I’m all ears

Materials: canvas, oil, acrylic, oil pastel, rope, paper, stained glass paint, sesame, dry leaf, plaster ear, varnish

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to be human

Everyone makes a mistake in their life. Therefore, to be human is first of all to admit this mistake and not to make it again …

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The world of numbers -XL canvas in Science art collection

This large artwork made in mixed media techniques with acrylic, oil pastel, and chalk. UV protection varnish. The artist continues the Science art collection and …

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Disorders

I describe this expressionist photograph as a vision of the problem that people experience with their minds and feelings. Panic, anxiety, depression, and phobias destabilize …

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Abstract Landscape Brown and Violet

76.2 x 76.2 x 3.5 cm, Acrylic, Canvas Unique artwork. 1 in stock. Sold with the certificate of authenticity.

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Abstract Landscape Grey and Green, A3 with a frame

42 x 29,7 cm – painting size, 61 x 43.5 x 2 cm – frame size. Acrylic, Paper, Plastic Frame Unique artwork. 1 in stock. …

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Abstract Landscape Grey and Yellow Horizontal, A3 with a frame

42 x 29,7 cm – painting size, 61 x 43.5 x 2 cm – frame size. Acrylic, Paper, Plastic Frame Unique artwork. 1 in stock. …

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Abstract Landscape Grey and Yellow Vertical, A3 with a frame

29,7 x 42 cm – painting size, 43.5 x 61 x 2 cm – frame size. Acrylic, Paper, Plastic Frame Unique artwork. 1 in stock. …

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