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Police Accuse ‘Disloyal Employees’ of Stealing $30 Million Worth of Art From the Italian Broadcast Company Rai

The Italian press has dubbed it the “sack of Rai.” Investigators believe disgruntled former staff members stole a trove of artworks worth an estimated $30 …

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Christo’s Arc de Triomphe Wrapping Planned for September

After multiple delays, a Christo project that will wrap Paris’s Arc de Triomphe in blue fabric is officially set to be unveiled in September. The …

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Christo’s Arc de Triomphe Wrapping Planned for September Unveiling

After multiple delays, a Christo project that will wrap Paris’s Arc de Triomphe in blue fabric is officially set to be unveiled in September. The …

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Robert Indiana’s Estate Has Reached an Agreement With His Longtime Financial Backer After a Bitter Three-Year Legal Fight

A bitter, years-long legal dispute over the legacy of famous Pop artist Robert Indiana has come to an end. The artist’s estate, the Star of …

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Outgoing Gwangju Biennale President Speaks Out Against ‘Unfounded Claims’ Amid Investigation

A controversy at the top of South Korea’s most important biennial has deepened, with its outgoing president calling claims of misconduct by its union “unfounded.” …

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Member Spotlight: Allyson Esposito

Executive Director of Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) Allyson Esposito is an arts administrator, lawyer, and dancer with more than 12 years of …

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“Intimacy and Spectacle in the Age of Social Media”

Named for the capital city of Sofia, Bulgaria’s first sports car was designed by engineer Velizar Andreev in the 1980s. One of its rare prototypes …

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Wildlife Shines Bright in the 2021 Nature TTL Photographer of the Year

The winners of the 2021 Nature TTL Photographer of the Year have been revealed, highlighting a stunning set of images that showcase the diversity and …

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Artists Launch Fundraiser in Support of Looted West Bank Arts Center Dar Jacir

The nonprofit Association for Modern and Contemporary Arab Art (AMCA) has launched a fundraiser in aid of the Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and …

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Art Thefts Rock Italian Broadcaster, David Bowie Work to Auction, and More: Morning Links from June 14, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines IN WHAT HAS TO BE ONE OF THE MOST PECULIAR ART …

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Art Industry News: Dorothea Rockburne Sues Ex-Twitter CEO After His Bathroom Leak Ruined Dozens of Her Artworks + 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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This Instagram Account Creates Sinister Parodies of Kid’s Cooks To Ruin Your Childhood Memories

Thomas Columbo is the creator of Digital Meddle. He alters vintage children’s books through the use Photoshop, adding the text in order to give the …

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The Biggest Questions Artists Ask

Artists live in the realm of magic. But we also live in the real world, often at the fringes of culture. It’s difficult to navigate …

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Forensic Artist Reconstructs Face From A Skull-Shaped Vodka Bottle

Nigel Cockerton, a forensic artist based in Scotland, has created a cool and creepy sculpture artwork that made use of his very rare set of …

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“Telling Stories with Color”: Erikson Aponte Creates Artworks Influenced by Psychedelia and The Color Reflection

Venezuelan artist and designer Erikson Aponte is obsessed with digital retouching and fashion photography. In an often surreal yet high beauty world, the artist continues …

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“Light” by Artist Sam Friedman

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“Off Days” by Photographer Tatum Shaw

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Hilary Pecis: The Humble is Whole

Hilary Pecis makes magic, buoyantly reviving the vivid dream you’d like to revisit. Her scenes become wonderland dioramas that expand, deepen and sprout detail. She …

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Kensuke Koike “Re-Composed” @ The Photographers’ Gallery

Venice-based artist Kensuke Koike, who was featured in the Fall, 2019 issue of the magazine, deconstructs and reconfigures vintage photographs and postcards to create sculptural works …

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Digital Spirit: Bijijoo and Vickie Vainionpää @ GR Gallery

GR Gallery in NYC is currently presenting Digital Spirit, a duo show with Bijijoo and Vickie Vainionpää. Although working with unlike aesthetics, disparate technical approaches, …

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Lance de los Reyes: PAST is PRESENT is FUTURE @ Ross-Sutton Gallery, NYC

NY based artist Lance de Los Reyes (LDLR) utilizes large scale canvases, as well as graphite and pastel drawings on paper, along with writing to …

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What I Buy and Why: Grażyna Kulczyk on the Importance of Humility in Art Collecting, and the Marxist Artwork in Her Bathroom

Grażyna Kulczyk is known for taking risks—a characteristic that has made her a force to reckon with in the Polish business world, where she has …

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What I Buy and Why: Grażyna Kulczyk on the Importance of Humility in Art Collecting, and the Marxist Work in Her Bathroom

Grażyna Kulczyk is known for taking risks—a characteristic that has made her a force to reckon with in the Polish business world, where she has …

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We Spoke to Hunter Biden About His New Life as a Full-Time Artist, and His Personal Quest for ‘Universal Truth’ Through Painting

Hunter Biden is on the move. The lawyer, former lobbyist, and son of U.S. President Joe Biden has left his $5.4 million rental in Venice …

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Hunter Biden Describes His New Life as an Artist and Why Painting Offers Him a Glimpse of ‘Universal Truth’ Ahead of His Debut Show

Hunter Biden is on the move. The lawyer, former lobbyist, and son of U.S. President Joe Biden has left his $5.4 million rental in Venice …

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Gérard Garouste

Although he first showed at Leo Castelli in New York and Rudolphe Zwirner in Cologne during the 1980s, Gérard Garouste remains best known in his …

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Yuliya Bukharovskaya

I am a full-time Russian artist now settled in Moscow. Sometimes I wonder which reasons lead me to dedicate my life to painting and I …

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Amazing Photographs Capture Punk Scenes in East Germany During the 1980s

Bluesmass, Berlin, 1983 Harald Hauswald / OSTKREUZ Beginning in the late 1970s and early 1980s there were new movements within the German punk scene, led …

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Mad Dog Jones: At the Forefront of the Art World’s Digital Revolution

Michah Dowbak aka Mad Dog Jones is a multidisciplinary artist from Thunder Bay, Ontario. His works deftly interweave cyberpunk, dystopian imagery exploring themes of beauty, …

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“Physiology of the Humanoid”: The Digital Surrealism of Frenetik Void

As digital technologies change the definition of what it means to be human, the relationship between physical presence, virtual identity and digital corporeality becomes more …

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Charing and Relaxing At SPACE IN PAUSE With Veliz Architecto

Veliz Architecto created a future architecture “SPACE IN PAUSE” for Service Station. Can you imagine a Tesla charging station in the middle of the sea? …

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Gilda Willliams at the first London Gallery Weekend

THE HARDEST PART of the first-ever London Gallery Weekend wasn’t attempting to visit the 130 official galleries, plus dozens of unlisted events, in a city about …

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Walter Pichler’s Futuristic Visions from the ’60s

TV-Helmet (Portable living room), 1967 Prototypes, a series of sculptures made in the ’60s by Walter Pichler, explore the overlap of architecture/design/sculpture. The materials (polyester, …

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“Somewhere Somehow”: The Superb Dark and Surreal Photoworks of Lidija

These photoworks take me in a mystical atmosphere of childhood fears. It’s very dark and surreal. Unfortunately, there is no information about the author, except …

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The 3D Concept Design Artworks of Farid Ghanbari

Farid Ghanbari, known as Renderburger is the MPC art director and founder of renderburger. Farid is a renowned creative in the industry with a strong …

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An Artist Makes a Giant Sculpture of G-7 Leaders Out of Electronic Waste

joerushlondon A giant Mount Rushmore-style sculpture made out of electronic waste depicting G7 leaders has been erected in Cornwall. The imposing artwork, placed on the …

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ABC

ABC artwork with Russian and Greek alphabet. It’s a new variation of the Schoolboard Collection by the artist Anastasia Vasilyeva.

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XL Science Art Schoolboard

Anastasia researches the impact of a large canvas shaped like a school blackboard. The effect of depth of the painting is expressed even more intensively …

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In the Kitchen: Artist Nina Katchadourian on the Enormously Complicated Armenian Soup Recipe She Learned From Her Late Aunt

While many of us continue to work from home, we’re checking in with artists about the creativity they’ve been cooking up in their kitchens. Read …

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Gwangju Biennale Foundation Faces Audit in Wake of President’s Ouster

Following the forced departure, announced May 27, of Gwangju Biennale Foundation president Sunjung Kim, the foundation is facing questions from both city and state. The …

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Sand and Currency from Dozens of Countries Converge in an Endless Interchange of Culture and Economics

Corrie Francis Parks’s absorbing stop-motion short “Foreign Exchange” is all about perspective. Through a continuously evolving landscape of minuscule stones and banknotes, mini-universes emerge that …

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7,000-Year-Old Stamped Seal Found in Prehistoric Levant Village

A stamped seal in the ancient village of Tel Tsaf dating to the 5th millennium B.C.E. has been unearthed, according to a study in the …

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A London Museum Wants to Relocate a Statue of Its Slave-Trader Founder—But the U.K. Government Won’t Let It Happen

London’s Geffrye Museum has changed its name to the Museum of Home, but the institution’s statue of former namesake Robert Geffrye, an English merchant and …

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Manhattan District Attorney Returns 27 Looted Artifacts to Cambodia

More than two dozen looted artifacts were returned to Cambodia by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr., on Friday, in a move that officials said …

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From Sotheby’s ‘CryptoPunk’ Coup to an Anti-Picasso Protest: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST Venice Biennale Announces a Theme – The so-called “art world Olympics” will be titled “The Milk of Dreams,” inspired by Leonora Carrington’s surrealism. Stuart Weitzman …

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The Manhattan District Attorney Has Returned 27 Looted Antiquities Worth a Combined $3.8 Million to Cambodia

The United States returned nearly 30 antiquities worth a combined $3.8 million to Cambodia this week. The objects, which include several Angkorian Buddhist statues and …

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Poppies in bloom

Poppies in bloom oil painting on canvas without frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high quality oil and palette knife, painting for …

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Tomás Llorens, Key Figure in Spain’s Museum World, Has Died at 85

Tomás Llorens, an art historian and curator who became a key figure in the history of several major Spanish institutions, has died at the age …

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Crypto Ain’t Dead Yet

Every Friday, Artnet News Pro members get exclusive access to the Back Room, our lively recap funneling only the week’s must-know intel into a nimble read you’ll …

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What Are Philly’s Artists Up To? See 5 Key Works From the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Revelatory Survey of the City’s Art Scene

“New Grit: Art and Philly Now” makes a heckuva case for Philadelphia as a creative capital. The show, surveying 25 artists based in the city, …

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