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Art Industry News: The Nikes Michael Jordan Wore During His Fifth-Ever NBA Game Just Sold for a Record $1.5 Million + 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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Brooklyn Museum Show Examines Andy Warhol’s Catholic Faith, Park Seo-Bo Wins South Korean Honor, and More: Morning Links for October 25, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines VIVA LAS VEGAS. On Saturday night, the hotly anticipated Sotheby’s sale of Picassos from the restaurant Picasso at …

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Artist Spotlight: Holly Keogh

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“Junebug vs. Hurricane” by Photographer Dylan Lewis

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Be Yourself

You are constantly changing. Everyday you are a different person, even – every hour. Sometimes you just need to change the room, to turn into …

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The Call: Prudence Flint @ Mother’s Tankstation, London

Time sits still. That is how Prudence Flint opens up her new show, The Call, at Mother’s Tankstation in London. Her paintings sit still in …

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Akos Ezer: And The Homo Inflexus

When exploring the human form, that most consistently tantalizing and engrossing subject, modern painters often seek approaches developed by twentieth-century portraitists like Francis Bacon and …

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The Every: A Conversation with Author and Artist, Dave Eggers

Dave Eggers has done it again with his follow up to The Circle. His new cautionary tale, The Every, imagines a world where social media and e-commerce fully …

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Hein Koh Takes Over Allouche Benias Gallery in Athens

As we’re witnessing figurative art being reinstated back on the central stage, there is a growing list of artists that are being rediscovered and re-appreciated …

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‘Curating Is Always About Desire’: Artist Tiona Nekia McClodden on Her Exhibition Paying Homage to Revered Queer Filmmaker Barbara Hammer

For the inaugural show at its new space, Company Gallery has mounted the first solo show in New York dedicated to the feminist filmmaker Barbara …

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Seeing and Believing

Gillian Wearing (b. 1963), whose new retrospective opens next month at the Guggenheim, New York, has been exploring the relationship between self-presentation and illusion for …

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Peonies

A beautiful painting in the original performance. red peonies on a white and black background look very elegant. the picture will decorate your interior and …

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Provincial roses

In this image, I captured a warm summer night in a lovely province. I solved this problem by uniting the material world through transcendental perception. …

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Artsy Insider: Frieze Week’s Breakout Artists

By order of appearance: Louise Giovanelli, Plaza, 2021. Courtesy of GRIMM; Tesfaye Urgessa, No Country For Young Men 18, 2021. Courtesy of Saatchi Yates; Kimathi …

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A Day in the Life

Based on all we have going on in our lives today with covid and the divisive political climate we all endure. A day in the …

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Salvados – I

Time gives the works that end up remaining in the studio some wear, whether physical or conceptual and, constantly, when looking around, the artist considers …

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Salvados – II

Time gives the works that end up remaining in the studio some wear, whether physical or conceptual and, constantly, when looking around, the artist considers …

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Salvados – III

Time gives the works that end up remaining in the studio some wear, whether physical or conceptual and, constantly, when looking around, the artist considers …

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White morning

In this picture, I conveyed the mesmerizing state of a summer morning, when everything around is enveloped in a blue fog. Delicate white lilies in …

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“Weedsomar”: The Spiritual Worlds of Julian Majin

Julian Majin is a Colombian Digital Artist, inspired by the universe and all its creations, He portrays impossible worlds where the subconscious and art combine. …

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The Modern Botanical Experiences by 𝔚𝔯𝔢𝔱𝔠𝔥𝔢𝔡 𝔉𝔩𝔬𝔴𝔢𝔯𝔰

If you haven’t had enough of examples of modern graphic design and typography, how about modern floral design? 𝔚𝔯𝔢𝔱𝔠𝔥𝔢𝔡 𝔉𝔩𝔬𝔴𝔢𝔯𝔰 is a collaboration between two …

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“The Making of Demon”: The Superb 3D, Typo and Modern Graphic Design by Aldo

Indonesian artist Aldo (aka @feraldoandiraf on Instagram) is another prime example of a graphic and 3D designer working in a post-design style. Enjoy! More: Instagram, …

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This South Korean Artist’s Structural Drawings Will Help You Improve Your Drawing Skills

If you’ve ever learned to draw, you know it’s not easy (unless you were born a Da Vinci). South Korean drawing teacher An Jae Hyun …

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“Focus on Yourself”: Modern Design and Post-Typography by Archives.Matei

Archives.Matei, another anonymous artist in my selection of so-called post-design trends. All the things you love so much (or not): tribal typography, 3D morphs, elements …

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Grotesque, Occult, and Bizarre Images by William Mortensen, the Forgotten Hollywood Photographer

Photographer Ansel Adams, whose beautiful black and white landscapes full of mountains still grace both museum and office walls, called fellow photographer William Mortensen “the …

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Tokyo Hotel Launches Futuristic Lantern Dining to Beat Coronavirus

Mainichi/Kimi Takeuchi A high-end resort hotel in Tokyo has come up with a unique way to enable diners to enjoy meals while offering protection against …

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Butterfly in flight

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

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Positive mood

Positive mood abstraction oil painting on canvas without a frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high-quality oil and palette knife, painting for …

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Evening over the meadow

The picture is made on 3 mm thick cardboard with lightfast oil paints. Quiet summer evening, the moment of sunset. Twilight fell on the meadow, …

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This Artist Started Micro Crocheting As An Experiment, And Now She Creates Tiny Animals And Plants Using Needle And Thread

These crochet animals and plants are sure to be the cutest little things you’ll see today! Not only are they adorable, they are also extremely …

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“Captivate!”: Fashionable 90s in Amazing Nostalgic Photos

Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, Paris, 1990. Roxanne Lowit The 90s are back! In a richly illustrated volume, which accompanies her first ever …

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Amazing Photographs Capture Everyday Life in Spanish Harlem in the Mid-1980s

Spanish Harlem, New York’s oldest barrio, is the U.S. mecca where Puerto Ricans first established themselves in the 1940s. One of America’s most vital centers …

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Brilliant Halloween Decorations That Are Both Funny And Frightening

Before you set out on a mission to browse the attic for the same Halloween decoration props you reuse every year, let us tell you …

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THE RIVER KEEPER

The Autumn is Nature’s most beautiful creation. It is full of so much tenderness, warmth, unspoken promises and undisputable love. It touches my soul so …

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Hilma af Klint’s Dazzling Paintings Made Us Question the Source of Genius. Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About ‘Youth’

The Swedish visionary artist Hilma af Klint (1862–1944) spent her lifetime working in relative obscurity. Born the daughter of a naval captain, af Klint attended …

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National Gallery of Art Acquires Iconic Faith Ringgold Flag Painting

Ahead of a Faith Ringgold retrospective due to open at the New Museum in February, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. has acquired …

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Manuel Neri, Influential Bay Area Sculptor with a Focus on Figuration, Is Dead at 91

Manuel Neri, whose offbeat sculptures of figures missing limbs and heads count among the most significant works of the Bay Area Figuration Movement, died of …

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“Swim With Dolphins” by Max Zerrahn

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How Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle Is Revolutionizing the Art Market as Pace’s First Director of Online Sales

Emily Manwaring, Swans Nwa pandan Matinée, 2020. Courtesy of the artist and Canada. Portrait of Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle by Shaniqwa Jarvis. Courtesy of Christiana Ine-Kimba …

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Museums Across Mexico, Central America Face Financial Peril, Survey Finds

Dozens of museums across Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean are at risk of permanent closure as a result of pandemic-related financial losses, a recent …

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How a Group of Midwestern Museum Docents Wound Up at the Center of a Right-Wing Media Firestorm

Docents, the kindly volunteers who give museum tours to school children, may not seem like a group prone to setting off firestorms in right-wing media. …

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After More Than a Decade of Controversy and Delays, a Massive New Museum for Edvard Munch Has Opened at Last in Norway

In Norway, Edvard Munch looms large. Now, a museum erected in his name at the center of the country’s capital does too. After years of …

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From Basquiat at the Barclays Center to That Weird Wall Street Gorilla Sculpture: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST Vienna Museums Strip Down – In an effort to skirt social media censorship, Vienna’s museums joined OnlyFans to show nude art. Basquiat at the Barclays …

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The 5 Best Works at FIAC, From a Show-Stopping Installation by Thomas Bayrle to Fashion Legend Martin Margiela’s Art World Debut

Just a few years ago, it would have been hard to imagine such enthusiasm to shop at a large Paris art fair, but that has …

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Protecting Your Art Just Got Harder. What Do You Need to Do to Keep It Safe?

When artists create their artwork, it becomes their form of expression, reaching and moving others to feel something. This connection makes each piece of art …

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A District Court Rules That the Vermont Law School Can Conceal a Divisive Mural on Campus Without Violating the Artist’s Rights

A U.S. district court in Vermont has ruled that Vermont Law School can conceal a large public artwork about slavery that has divided viewers for …

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Collector to Watch: Film Producer Michael Sherman Views Buying Art as a ‘Curation Process’

Before he produced a documentary on Maurizio Cattelan or worked with Rashid Johnson on his adaptation of Richard Wright’s Native Son, Michael Sherman decided to …

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‘We Changed People’s Mentality’: What It Was Like on the Ground in Egypt as Officials Unveiled the Pyramids’ First-Ever Contemporary Art Show

The pyramids of Egypt have survived for 4,500 years, despite the more recent waves of tourists and camel-entrepreneurs encircling these magnificent feats of architecture. Now, …

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Rencontres de Bamako Postponed to 2022

Organizers of Rencontres de Bamako (Bamako Encounters), the Mali biennial dedicated to African photography and video, have announced that the thirteenth edition of the event …

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Dizzying Patterns Envelop Imagined Characters in Portraits by Sofia Bonati

All images © Sofia Bonati, shared with permission In the hypnotic portraits of Argentinian artist Sofia Bonati (previously), women find themselves embraced by backgrounds of …

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