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Raymond J. McGuire, Top Art Collector, Announces Run for New York City Mayor

What has been rumored for a year has now been confirmed: collector Raymond J. McGuire, who serves as the chairman of the Studio Museum in …

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Rosemary Mayer

Between 1972 and 1973, Rosemary Mayer constructed a series of innovative cloth sculptures dedicated to both forgotten and celebrated women of history. Hung, draped, and …

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Beloved Old Master Artemisia Gentileschi’s Life Story Is Dramatic Enough for a TV Series—and Soon, It Will Be the Subject of One

The life of Artemisia Gentileschi (1593–1652), the great Baroque painter who is the subject of the London National Gallery’s much heralded exhibition, will be the …

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Caelum et Terram

Oversized contemporary abstract in oils. The title is Latin for ‘Heaven and Earth’. Deep, rich browns are used for the earth, leading to soft flashes …

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How Sanyu, the Chinese-French Modernist, Became a Market Sensation

The sale of Sanyu’s Quatre Nus at Sotheby’s salesroom in Hong Kong in July 2020. Courtesy of Sotheby’s. At a Sotheby’s Hong Kong evening sale …

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How Being Represented by Multiple Galleries Impacts an Artist’s Market

Idle Whims, 2018. Aida MulunehJenkins Johnson Gallery Age of Anxiety, 2016. Aida MulunehDavid Krut Projects In an increasingly interconnected and online art world, an artist …

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Former Baltimore Museum Trustees Decry Institution’s Plans to Sell $65 M. in Art

Former trustees at the Baltimore Museum of Art have called for an investigation into the Maryland institution’s plans to deaccession $65 million in art from …

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The root of evil is the narrow ego

Those who care about gain and loss are very complicated in their hearts, and they can not feel the pure beauty and pure happiness. The …

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“The total scab-free solidarity…”

During lockdown, curator Tiago de Abreu Pinto picked up the notoriously difficult 1996 novel Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace. The result is “The total scab-free solidarity …

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Exhibitions and Events during Paris Art Week

Centre Pompidou Matisse, comme un roman Galeries du 20e siècle, 2ème volet Dust, the plates of the present Opening 21 October 11AM – 9PM (closed …

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Fairs to Visit during Paris Art Week

In today’s context, fairs have adapted and narrowed their formats to be able to take place. They offer a smaller selection of galleries and artistic …

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Paris Art Week: Itineraries

Several groups of galleries encourage the discovery of the Parisian scene through thematic, geographical, or event-based itineraries. Plusieurs regroupements de galeries encouragent la découverte de …

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Banksy Adds a Hula-Hooping Girl to the Streets of Nottingham, UK

We woke up this morning with a confirmation that a new work seen on the streets of Nottingham, England was indeed a new Banksy. The …

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Surcos en la orilla

Con la voluntad de rescatar un momento de una porción de la naturaleza, se “recorta” un trozo de la orilla de la playa para llevarlo …

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Quaint Campsites and Forests Populate Miniature Scenes of Carved Wood

All images © Thibaut Malet, shared with permission Based in Montpellier, France, Thibaut Malet (previously) spent much of his childhood in his father’s workshop, which …

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Ribes Nigrum

These black currants were quite a challenge, as I am not an experienced watercolour painter. Especially the water drops on the berries, the crevices and …

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The Strongest Reactions to the Philip Guston Show’s Postponement Miss Two Key Points. Here’s What They Are—and Why They Matter

For the last weeks, the museum world has been locked in intense, multi-fronted debate over race, self-censorship, social justice, appropriation, cancel culture, and a lot …

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Storage, a New Artist-Run Space in New York, Wants to Offer an Alternative to Exploitative Gallery Models

When artist Onyedika Chuke emerged from months of lockdown in New York City, there was one thing he felt he needed to do—and it wasn’t …

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Sweet+/-Bitter 4

Limited Edition, Hand-Signed and numbered print from “Sweet+/-Bitter’s” serie. This print is limited to the following sizes (print image size) and editions: 12” x 12” …

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Sweet+/-Bitter 3

Limited Edition, Hand-Signed and numbered print from “Sweet+/-Bitter’s” serie. This print is limited to the following sizes (print image size) and editions: 12” x 12” …

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Sweet+/-Bitter 2

Limited Edition, Hand-Signed and numbered print from “Sweet+/-Bitter’s” serie. This print is limited to the following sizes (print image size) and editions: 12” x 12” …

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Detroit Institute of Arts Inquiry Finds No Misconduct in El Greco Loan and More: Morning Links from October 15, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News An outside investigation of a whistle-blower complaint at the Detroit Institute of Arts found no misconduct regarding …

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Art Industry News: Shakespeare’s First Folio Just Sold for $10 Million, Making It the Priciest Piece of Literature Ever Auctioned + 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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Sweet+/-Bitter 1

Limited Edition, Hand-Signed and numbered print from “Sweet+/-Bitter’s” serie. This print is limited to the following sizes (print image size) and editions: 12” x 12” …

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“Kavana” by Photographer Hannah Altman

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Artist Spotlight: Russna Kaur

Russna Kaur                                               …

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Glowing in the Dark: Emma Kohlmann’s Unfettered Practice on Display @ Jack Hanley

Emma Kohlmann is a throwback type of artist, making expressive work just feels like an extension of herself, a constant stream of characters and shapes …

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Adrian Ghenie’s Belgian Comeback with Tim Van Laere Gallery

Adrian Ghenie has always been fascinated with the human figurebeen 12 years since then-emerging Romanian painter got an opportunity to have a solo exhibition at …

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Killing The Negative: A Conversation with Joel Daniel Phillips

On the eve of Joel Daniel Phillips’ beautiful new body of work, Killing the Negative, on view at Hashimoto Contemporary NYC by appointment from October …

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Little harbour in Southern France

This oil painting was realised from watercolor studies made on location in the charming and quiet harbor of ‘la Pointe Courte ‘ in Sète. Onr …

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Meet the New Innovators: 8 Institutional Change Agents Pushing Their Organizations Into the Future

A version of this article first appeared in the fall 2020 Artnet Intelligence Report, which you can download for free here.  It’s said that real change comes …

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Nigerian Artist Ben Enwonwu Was an International Star in the 1960s. Now His Art Is Making a Comeback—and the Market Is Watching

Ben Enwonwu has long been a household name in Nigeria and in African art circles. Yet it was only three years ago that the late …

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Kenny Schachter Rides Again! And Has Plenty to Say About OVR Overload and Ron Perelman’s Art Selloff

I hope this article finds you and your family safe in these strange and unprecedented times. No, this is not yet another entreaty to visit …

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Gregory Crewdson

Gagosian is pleased to present “An Eclipse of Moths”, an exhibition of new work by Gregory Crewdson. For three decades, Crewdson’s photographs of houses, landscapes, …

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Runo Lagomarsino

There is an endless list of invisible things that it would be consoling to contain, to keep and revisit. Some moments. The processed smoke from …

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Andreas Gursky

Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers invite you to tour the current exhibition by Andreas Gursky at the Berlin gallery through these selected images and video …

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Exhibition walkthrough of “Andreas Gursky,” 2020, Sprüth Magers, Berlin.

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Mario Merz

Curated by Matilde Guidelli-Guidi A new long-term installation at Dia:Beacon of work by Mario Merz brings the Italian into conversation with his many international peers …

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Gedi Sibony

For his sixth solo exhibition at the gallery, Gedi Sibony has combined salvaged materials fashioned into objects, staged within and among the remnants of temporary …

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Gedi Sibony at Greene Naftali

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Galaxy ass II Chapter CCXL Opus 8

TITLE : GALAXY ASS II CHAPTER CCXL OPUS 8 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2395 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with …

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Galaxy ass II Chapter CCXL Opus 7

TITLE : GALAXY ASS II CHAPTER CCXL OPUS 7 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2395 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with …

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TEFAF Is Known for Its Top-Notch Vetting Process. But Can It Work Online?

The prestigious and long-running European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) is famous for its exhaustive vetting process. During a normal year, more than 100 leading specialists …

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Cindy Sherman, Ed Ruscha, and More Than 150 Photographers Are Selling $150 Prints to Combat Voter Suppression

Photograph © Alec Soth. “Priscilla, Los Angeles, (from The Last Days of W)” (2008), 10 x 12 inches An ongoing print sale is bolstering fundraising …

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Universal Basic Income for Artists? San Francisco Will Give Local Creatives Struggling Amid the Shutdown $1,000 a Month

A cohort of more than 100 San Francisco-based artists will be given a $1,000 monthly stipend as part of the city’s Economic Recovery Task Force, …

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5 Artists to Follow if You Like Georgia O’Keeffe

Deer’s Skull with Pedernal, 1936. Georgia O’KeeffeMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston Jimson Weed, 1932. Georgia O’KeeffeThe Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe In this monthly series, …

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Sculptor Alicja Kwade and Designer Pierre Yovanovitch Have the Kind of Creative Kinship Artists Dream About. Here’s How It Started

Creative Conversations is a new series from Artnet News in which a creative figure from the wider cultural world selects an artist of their choice …

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Simone Leigh will represent the United States at the 2022 Venice Biennale.

Simone Leigh photographed at Stratton Sculpture Studios, 2020. Photo by Shaniqwa Jarvis courtesy Hauser and Wirth. Simone Leigh has been chosen to represent the United …

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Cindy Sherman, Ed Ruscha, and More Than 150 Other American Photographers Are Selling $150 Prints to Fight Voter Suppression

More than 150 prominent American photographers and artists have teamed up for a five-day print sale benefiting groups fighting voter suppression in five swing states. …

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Ford, Mellon Foundations Launch Major Fund for Disabled Artists

The Ford Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation have joined forces to create a major fund for disabled artists and activists. Titled the Disability …

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