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Attempted $14.7 M. Sale of Fake Works by Goya, Modigliani, and El Greco Comes to Light in Spain

An attempted €12.5 million (about $14.7 million) sale of fake works billed as paintings by Amedeo Modigliani, El Greco, and Francisco de Goya has been …

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Sunflowers and wind

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

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Longing for the Louvre? The Museum Just Put Over 75 Percent of Its Collection Online in a New Database

The Musée du Louvre remains closed to the public, as it has been since October under French President Emmanuel Macron’s aggressive efforts to curb the spread of …

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Explore the Louvre’s Entire Collection of 480,000 Artworks in a New Digital Database

Leonardo da Vinci’s “Portrait of Lisa Gherardini” known as La Joconde or Monna Lisa, the 1st quarter of the 16th century (1503-1518) The Louvre just …

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Painter Joe Bradley Departs Gagosian, Joins Petzel Gallery and Xavier Hufkens

Mid-career artist Joe Bradley, known for his improvisational mixed media paintings that reference things like children’s drawings and comic books, has left Gagosian gallery after …

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Contemplation opus VI

This is the sixth opus of the “Contemplation” series, an abstract expressionist painting completed in February 2021 This lyrical abstract painting evokes a kind of …

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Gary Panter talks about his life and art

It’s hard to overstate the importance of Gary Panter to the art world and to popular culture; he has consistently forged art based on their …

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San Francisco to Provide Six Months’ Basic Income to Select Local Artists

The city of San Francisco in conjunction with the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) has announced that it will award 130 local artists …

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National Cohort for the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) Internship Program Selected for 2021

Monday, March 29, 2021 Category:  Americans for the Arts News Americans for the Arts and its partners, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and Metro Arts: …

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100,000 Cherry Blossoms Made of Salt Scatter Across the Floor of Setouchi City Art Museum

Installation view of “Sakura Shibefuru” (2021), salt, at Setouchi City Art Museum. All images © Motoi Yamamoto, shared with permission Sprawling across a bright red …

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Louvre Puts Collection Online, S.F. Plans Guaranteed Income for Artists, and More: Morning Links from March 29, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines POUR YOURSELF ANOTHER CUP OF COFFEE, or maybe take the day …

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Art Industry News: Leon Black Will Resign as MoMA’s Board Chair Amid Scrutiny of His $158 Million Payout to Jeffrey Epstein + 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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Radio Juxtapoz, ep 069: Chidinma Nnoli and the Great Escape

In a new work by Lagos, Nigeria-based painter, Chidinma Nnoli, a woman stands and looks through to the viewer, or maybe she’s even looking at …

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How to Collect Works by the Young British Artists

Self portrait with dog, c2002. Damien HirstIBASHO IN OUT-XI, 2004. Rachel WhitereadLuhring Augustine The Young British Artists burst onto London’s art scene in 1988 when …

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Flores pop

It is a work painted with acrylic paint on canvas with fine varnishes with a glass effect finish. It belongs to the popart collection. The …

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Illustrator Spotlight: Hugo Bernier

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“Roosevelt Station” by Photographer David Rothenberg

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Interviews to Watch: 5 Lens-Based Artists

Watch leading photographers and filmmakers speak about their practice. Sourced from platforms NOWNESS, Tate, Louisiana Channel and SFMOMA, these videos are full of visual inspiration …

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Hernan Bas: A Certain Southern Gothic

There is a subtle inculcation from an early age that a penchant for the weird does not predispose a successful career. Even though the creatives …

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Lonely Hunter: Andrea Joyce Heimer @ Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles

Nino Mier Gallery is pleased to present the inaugural exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Washington-based artist Andrea Joyce Heimer (b. 1981), on …

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Danielle Orchard’s “A Face For Every Season” @ Half Gallery

From featuring her in our Summer 2019 issue, over catching up during the first wave of lockdowns last year, to covering most of her most important …

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Dream in a Dream

Dream in a dream in a dream. Inception. Lucid dreams. Castaneda. Somewhere in between. A retouched old painting of mine.

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Urban nordic island

Work painted with acrylic paint on canvas. It has many textures and shades. It belongs to the urban collection.

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Artists Are Facing Unprecedented Hardship. To Help Them, Philanthropists Must Change the Way They Work—by Working Together

As artistic communities shift to readapt to a post-COVID world, funders are presented with an interesting problem. How can we support artists across the country, …

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What I Buy and Why: Wendy Goldsmith on Her Obsession With Francesca Woodman and How She Turned a Fantasy of Collecting Into Reality

Becoming an art collector wasn’t always in the cards for Wendy Goldsmith. Long before she made her first purchase, she was strictly an observer. But her …

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Jeu de Couleurs

Acrylic inks, acrylics and oil on Fabriano paper 400 gms. Size image: 52 x45cm Size paper: 63 x50 cm The artwork is NOT framed.

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The Gray Market: How Deep-Pocketed Crypto-Collectors Are Rushing Into an Old Art-Market Trap (and Other Insights)

Every Monday morning, Artnet News brings you The Gray Market. The column decodes important stories from the previous week—and offers unparalleled insight into the inner …

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Elias Sime, TIGHTROPE: ECHO!?, 2021, reclaimed electrical wires and components on panel with two megaphones, 45 1/4 × 47 1/4 × 11″. Photo by Christopher Burke Studios. Courtesy the artist and James Cohan, New York.

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Caution

These works are a deliberate response to the sights and sounds of New York City under constant construction. I have been creating compositions that at …

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Shipping (rescue operation)

“Sometimes strange things happen, I’ve been working on my last job for about a month, and just the day I finished it, I saw the …

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The Qajar Series, Inspired by The Studio Portraiture First Introduced to Iran in The Late 19th Century

These photographs are from a series of thirty-three portraits by Shadi Ghadirian, a contemporary artist who was inspired by the studio portraiture first introduced to …

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Gelatin Lamps Look Just Like Revolting Vintage Jell-O Recipes

Artist Leanne Rodriguez aka Elrod of Mexakitsch has perfected the art of creating some of the most disgusting gelatin recipes from the 50s and casting …

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Under Construction

These works are a deliberate response to the sights and sounds of New York City under constant construction. I have been creating compositions that at …

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“I Want to Believe”: Fantasic Rare UFO Photographs by Billy Eduard Albert Meier

Taken in 1975 by “Billy” Eduard Albert Meier, alleged extraterrestrial contactee and the founder of Freie Interessengemeinschaft für Grenz- und Geisteswissenschafter und Geisteswissenschafter und Ufologiestudien …

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“Where Do You Go When You Dream?”: The Superb Dreamy Artworks of Pablo Hurtado de Mendoza

Pablo Hurtado de Mendoza is an illustrator and concept artist based in Madrid. He holds a BA in Design from the Complutense University of Madrid. …

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Pink

The smooth,glossy resin coating and the unique tear-drop shaped canvas give this painting it’s extra pop.

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Blue Moon

The smooth,glossy resin coating and the unique tear-drop shaped canvas give this painting it’s extra pop.

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I’m Brave But I’m Chickenshit

The mere existence of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns and quarantines has brought immeasurable anxiety, stress and suffering to millions of people …

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Hey You Getoffmycloud

The mere existence of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns and quarantines has brought immeasurable anxiety, stress and suffering to millions of people …

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What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life

The mere existence of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns and quarantines has brought immeasurable anxiety, stress and suffering to millions of people …

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How Can I Be Sure

Minimalistic paintings, by definition, are not expressive. The artist removes all elements of emotion and biography. The medium and form of the work is its …

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Ma bien-aimée Ariadna et ses beaux yeux verts

Ma bien-aimée Ariadna et ses beaux yeux verts,one more abstract portrait of my beautiful Ariadna.

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Vaccination of the brain

Sculpture “Vaccination of a brain” is executed in style of street art. We need to be vaccinated out of fear of Covid-19. Free your mind …

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NFTs and Their Environmental Impact

NFTs and Their Environmental Impact You’ve likely heard of NFTs and how they’ve taken the art world by …

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Epic Stair Design Fails That May Result In Some Serious Injuries

The Perfect Building To Have Stairs In Front Of reddit I think it’s only fair to agree on one simple thing. If an indoor space, …

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Photographer Vitor Schietti Captures Dream-Like Forests of Falling Light

Brazilian photographer and filmmaker Vitor Schietti, captures enhancing illuminated foliage using light, and long-exposure techniques. Using the nature of brazil as his setting, the artist …

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The happiness of a fool #2

There is no hope, No disappointment, No fear. Without thinking much, Keep on going.

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Wonderful Photos of Fujian Tulou, the Unique China’s Hakka Earthen Buildings

The Hakkas who settled in mountainous south western Fujian province in China developed unique architectural buildings called tulou, literally meaning earthen structures. The Hakkas set …

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The World’s Greatest Gallery of Bread Butts

Who would have thought that bread could be so seductive? This gallery should almost be considered NSFW… Oh, and don’t forget to also check out …

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The Red Pack

It seems unbelievable how many cherries can grow on such a tiny twig. Acrylic on canvas panel

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