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- Art Whirled is a series of weekly cartoons on Artnet News that poke fun at the extremely ripe target of the art world and art market. The mind behind the cartoons, Guy Richards Smit, is an artist known for his paintings, video installations, musicals, performance work and even a sitcom, exploring themes of narcissism, desire, power and failure. His sharply observant work has been exhibited internationally and at the Museum of Modern Art, the Pompidou Center, and the Hirshhorn Museum and ...


- The Ghanaian painter and market darling has not formally joined the world's biggest gallery—for now Three years ago, the Ghanaian artist Amoako Boafo was the breakout star of Miami Art Week, with dealer Mariane Ibrahim selling out her solo stand of his paintings at Art Basel in Miami Beach while the newly opened Rubell Museum Miami fêted him with a solo exhibition following a residency there. This year in Miami, Boafo is back and making a subtler power move: his painting Brides ...


- Skip Paris' Musée d'Orsay and visit the Musée Moreau - Lonely Planet Why you could skip Musée d'Orsay to visit this artist's house-museum instead Why you could skip Musée d'Orsay to visit this artist's house-museum instead Travel writer and cultural correspondent Lindsay Tramuta knows all about the hidden gems of Paris, where she's been based since 2006. Here, she argues that time-pressed travelers should plan a visit to a favorite of in-the-know art lovers.  ...


- Works by Georges Seurat, Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh and Gustav Klimt each sell for more than $100m, with more set for auction on Thursday Dozens of works by artists including Paul Cézanne and Vincent van Gogh fetched a total of $1.5bn at an auction of the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's vast collection of paintings and sculpture. The total represented the highest amount ever collected at a single art auction, according to the auction house, Christie's in New York. ...


- The artist's first solo show with art dealer Kamel Mennour earlier this fall sold out immediately. The Paris-based, Algerian-born Dhewadi Hadjab, paints dancers. We find them at the center of otherwise stark rooms, where layers of wallpaper are peeling off walls. They are often wearing Adidas sweatpants, their bodies twisted and suspended.  At the center of several compositions, feet pop up or hang, appearing relaxed, peaking over the back of a couch, and covered in the thick, cheap socks ...


- Exceptional craft and exquisite detail are among the qualities that connect the pieces in McLean Project for the Arts' current exhibition. Another link is disclosed by the show's title, "Continuum: Artists Teaching Artists." All 18 participants are veteran instructors at area colleges and universities. Even the most conceptual ones of their artworks are beautifully made. This is exemplified by John Ruppert's two-part sculptures, which initially appear to be sets of stones but in fact pair a ...


- Art experts in the Netherlands unveiled an oil sketch on Thursday by the famous Dutch master Rembrandt after it languished for a century in a forgotten corner of a museum, believed to be an imitation. "The Raising of the Cross" oil sketch from the 1640s was long thought to have been the work of a follower of the 17th century master, known for his famous works like "The Night Watch" and "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp". But now the Bredius museum in The Hague, where the sketch has been ...

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- The show offers a deep dive into the life and work of the legendary Mexican artist. Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, who undeniably has already garnered a cult-like following of loyal fans and admirers over the past several decades, is the latest artist to get the so-called "immersive" treatment in New York. , depicts the impact of the bus collision by showing slow-motion abstracted fragments colliding and shattering. Frida herself, who often painted self portraits to tell stories about her life, ...


- The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., is using a $10 million gift from the family of a former trustee to fund the acquisition of works by women artists. The money comes from the relatives of Vicki Sant, the late collector who became the museum's first female president in 2003. It will now be put toward addressing historical gaps in the museum's collection. Sant was a member of the museum's board from 2000 until her death in 2018. She served as chair of the board from 2003 to 2014. In ...

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- Rijksmuseum to display Girl With a Flute at exhibition despite National Gallery of Art, Washington, saying it is an imitation From the identity of the young woman in Johannes Vermeer's most famous painting, the Girl With a Pearl Earring , to the techniques he employed, much about the Dutch master remains a mystery. The lack of certainty about the life and works of the Sphinx of Delft, as he was known, has now injected a little controversy – and perhaps even some inter-institutional ...


- The estate of Robert Motherwell , the fabled Abstract Expressionist painter, has landed not with a mega-gallery, but with Kasmin , which has just two spaces, both of them in New York. It's an unusual arrangement, given that many of Motherwell's colleagues are represented by some of the world's biggest galleries, with locations spread across the globe. The Willem de Kooning estate has ties to Pace, for example, and the Joan Mitchell estate works with David Zwirner. But, compared to those ...

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- A young woman tried to throw soup at a painting at the world-famous Musee d'Orsay in Paris this week. A young woman tried to throw soup at a painting at the world-famous Musee d'Orsay in Paris this week, the museum confirmed Sunday, in a similar attack to others by climate activists in Europe. The museum refused to say which painting was targeted but it is home to artwork by some of the most famous European artists including Paul Cezanne, Paul Gaugin, Vincent van Gogh, Edouard Manet and Claude ...


- It's easy to see why the chic town in the south of France made such an impression on the famous artist A slice of Parisian chic in the south of France, Aix-en-Provence is an idyllic place to while away an autumn weekend. In July and August, the Roman boulevards bake – the heat here is more intense than coastal Marseille just 30km away – and the rows of elegant plane trees along the Cours Mirabeau offer little respite. But come in November or early spring and the place is lively, ...


- We handpicked the best exhibitions on view in the French capital. As the debut of Paris+ prepares to unfold in the Grand Palais Éphémère, the city's museums are presenting a rich variety of visually and intellectually stimulating exhibitions. Our round-up of nine shows confirms how artists continue to reinvent the wheel while drawing inspiration from artists born decades and centuries before them.   Soaring into I. M. Pei's glass pyramid at the Louvre is a towering ...


- Plus, Joan Mitchell and Claude Monet at the Fondation Louis Vuitton and England's Tudors head to New York This week: The Art Newspaper 's Editor-at-large Georgina Adam joins Ben Luke to discuss the intriguing story of the bankrupt entrepreneur and art collector, the museum scholar and a host of Old Master paintings given new attributions. We talk to Suzanne Pagé, the curator of Monet-Mitchell , an exhibition bringing together the Impressionist Claude Monet and the post-war American ...


- Klimt discovered Van Gogh in 1903—and took inspiration from the Dutch painter for his early landscapes In Gustav Klimt's The Kiss , an entwined couple set against a golden background may seem far away from the art of Van Gogh, who had died 18 years earlier. But a new exhibition, opening at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, throws fresh light on the Viennese artist and his debt to European avant-garde predecessors and contemporaries. With allusions to the Austrian artist's greatest hit, ...


- The wide range also includes conceptual installations and contemporary takes on quilt traditions. In Los Angeles, the gallery calendar this season is packed with a healthy range of excellent work to see, from conceptual to social realist, from textile-based to figurative. There are two very different takes on studio portrait photography, as well as wide-ranging presentations by or devoted to beloved artists who've recently passed, plus a spate of galleries who are new in town (Karma, branching ...





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