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A Harmonic Convergence of Signature Art Surveys

A Harmonic Convergence of Signature Art Surveys

A Harmonic Convergence of Signature Art Surveys A Harmonic Convergence of Signature Art Surveys It’s not yet clear if New York is out of the coronavirus woods, but if all goes well, October will bring chances for us to see how recent and new art has fared during the pandemic’s siege. That month the city will witness the unprecedented coincidence …

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Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now Martine Syms’s “Loot Sweets” at Bridget Donahue; and Oscar yi Hou’s “A sky-licker relation” at James Fuentes. Source link

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Art Fairs Come Blazing Back, Precarious but Defiant

Art Fairs Come Blazing Back, Precarious but Defiant

Art Fairs Come Blazing Back, Precarious but Defiant Art Fairs Come Blazing Back, Precarious but Defiant Even before Covid, the art world was changing rapidly. Sales that used to happen in New York or Basel, via hushed conversation, now happen through Instagram all over the world. Large galleries are merging to keep up with mega-galleries, while small galleries, somehow, keep …

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A Blue-Chip Art Bonanza: Macklowe Collection Goes to Sotheby’s

A Blue-Chip Art Bonanza: Macklowe Collection Goes to Sotheby’s

A Blue-Chip Art Bonanza: Macklowe Collection Goes to Sotheby’s A Blue-Chip Art Bonanza: Macklowe Collection Goes to Sotheby’s With major pieces by artists like Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Gerhard Richter and Mark Rothko, the Macklowe Collection will be sold at Sotheby’s with an estimated total value of more than $600 million, the auction house announced on Thursday, the highest estimate …

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The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles Names a Co-Leader

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles Names a Co-Leader

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles Names a Co-Leader The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles Names a Co-Leader LOS ANGELES — Johanna Burton, the head of the Wexner Center for the Arts at the Ohio State University, has been named the executive director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, which she will now …

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Four Art Gallerists Create LGDR Consortium, Upending Traditional Model

Four Art Gallerists Create LGDR Consortium, Upending Traditional Model

Four Art Gallerists Create LGDR Consortium, Upending Traditional Model Four Art Gallerists Create LGDR Consortium, Upending Traditional Model In one of the strongest signs yet that the art market will not look the same after the pandemic — and in an apparent effort to counter the increasing dominance of mega galleries — four prominent dealers have made the unorthodox decision …

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Bank of England Removes Art of Leaders Linked to Slave Trade

Bank of England Removes Art of Leaders Linked to Slave Trade

Bank of England Removes Art of Leaders Linked to Slave Trade Bank of England Removes Art of Leaders Linked to Slave Trade LONDON — The Bank of England has stopped displaying art depicting several former governors and directors after a review found they were connected to the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Oil paintings and busts of seven leading figures at the …

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The Stress-Free Way to Hang Art

The Stress-Free Way to Hang Art

The Stress-Free Way to Hang Art The Stress-Free Way to Hang Art Hanging art and other decorative items on the wall — one of the final steps in furnishing your home — should be fun. So why is it often a source of anxiety? Maybe it’s because there are so many things to consider. How do you decide what to …

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Sold to Hitler: What constitutes art sales under duress?

Sold to Hitler: What constitutes art sales under duress? Sold to Hitler: What constitutes art sales under duress? In 1938, Jewish department-store magnate Max Emden, who left Germany before the Nazis took power, sold three city views by 18th-century painter Bernardo Bellotto to an art buyer for Hitler. The works, which were with Emden in Switzerland, were destined for the …

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Gallery Lures Soccer Fans to Tottenham Stadium for Art

Gallery Lures Soccer Fans to Tottenham Stadium for Art

Gallery Lures Soccer Fans to Tottenham Stadium for Art Gallery Lures Soccer Fans to Tottenham Stadium for Art LONDON — Annie Lawrence, 8, was looking excited on Sunday afternoon. She was about to see Tottenham Hotspur, the soccer team she supports, play its first game of the English Premier League season — but her exhilaration wasn’t entirely because of the …

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