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- Why did Van Gogh, Manet and Cezanne worship this incendiary painter of everyday people? Because, as a new show reveals, his range and compassion were staggering Last modified on Thu 16 Sep 2021 13.09 EDT N ot many of the world’s greatest works of art can be called funny. Yet The Laughing Cavalier by Frans Hals has an undeniable cocky humour. A painting of this unknown man has hung in London’s Wallace Collection since the 19th century, his flamboyant upward turned moustache and tiny point of ...


- Completed in November 1882, the sketch depicts an old man with his head in his hands and appears to be a study for the artist's 'Worn out.' It’s not often that a new artwork is added to the catalog of an artist who’s been dead for well over a century, but that’s just what happened today, as a recently rediscovered drawing was formally attributed to Vincent van Gogh. Completed with pencil on paper in 1882, while the Dutch master was living in The Hague, the drawing depicts an enervated old ...


- New York’s Jack Shainman Gallery now represents the rising artist Ifeyinwa Joy Chiamonwu , who will have her first solo exhibition with the gallery in January. A self-taught artist who learned to hone her craft by watching art instructional videos on YouTube, Chiamonwu has quickly established herself as an artist to watch for her hyper-realistic portraits of Nigerians in charcoal, acrylic, and other mediums. Her work was recently shown in a group exhibition at Black Wall Street Gallery in New ...

Source: artnews.com

- Picture: lamilano.it Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: A new exhibition of Venetian drawings from the eighteenth century has opened in the Castello Sforzesco in Milan. The exhibition contains 48 works by the likes of Giovanni Battista and Giandomenico Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, Antonio Canaletto and Bernardo Bellotto. The works have been drawn from the city's collection of works, many of which were initially assembled in Milanese aristocratic collections.


- Thirty-five Old Master drawings from the collection of the late designer Herbert Kasper are going under the gavel at Christie’s next month. The gentlemanly designer, who was known as "Kasper," died last year at the age of 93. He developed a vast art collection, a pursuit that was first piqued as a student in Paris in the 1950s. A live sale, "Always in Style: Old Master Drawings From the Collection of Herbert Kasper," is planned for October 14. Additional works will be offered at various other ...

Source: artnews.com

- The exhibition will span six decades and explore Ringgold as both an artist and political activist The New Museum in New York has announced that it will hold the first retrospective devoted to the pioneering American artist Faith Ringgold in February next year, titled American People (until June 2022). The exhibition spans six decades of her prolific career, from works created in response to the Civil Rights and the second-wave feminist movements to autobiographical pieces that tell stories of ...


- Picture: artnews.com Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: Sotheby's New York have announced that they will be offering a sale of Old Master Paintings from the collection of the late dealer Richard L Feigen in October. The sale will consist of more than 50 paintings and works on paper and in total carries a pre-sale estimate of between $11.5 million–$17 million. According to the article linked above: Highlights from the collection include Richard Parkes Bonington’s painting of the Grand Canal in ...


- The respite is about to end. On September 29, "Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror," the most comprehensive retrospective ever of Johns’s work, is set to open simultaneously at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The exhibition will showcase nearly 500 pieces across the two institutions, with each museum exploring the Johns canon through"echoed" or "mirrored" lenses. The Whitney and the PMA will present different programs connected by "chapters" that are ...


- The $100,000 award for sculpture recognises the Berlin-based artist's evocative explorations of the body through sculpture The Iranian-German artist Nairy Baghramian is the winner of the 2022 Nasher Prize, the $100,000 annual prize awarded to living artists by the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas. “Deeply committed to the object-making traditions of sculpture, Baghramian carefully considers materials and form to create sculptures that are evocative, enigmatic explorations of the body ...


- A Deep Dive Into Matisse’s ‘The Red Studio’ In a coming exhibition, MoMA will feature the artworks within this famed painting. Two of them will be on public view for the first time in 50 years. When Henri Matisse painted “ The Red Studio ” in the Paris suburb of Issy-les-Moulineaux in 1911, he not only let the viewer into his work space, with its box of crayons, ceramic plate and grandfather clock. He also captured tiny versions of his own paintings propped against the walls, and his ...

Source: nytimes.com

- Museum exhibitions usually require at least two and sometimes as many as 10 years to organize. Securing loans of artworks, which may be spread far and wide, is a complicated business, requiring a deft diplomatic touch. Most exhibitions harness new research and have accompanying publications. And then there’s sponsorships, insurance, marketing and other logistics. So you can imagine the chaos caused by the pandemic. After a year of upheaval like none I can recall, it’s miraculous that so ...


- The story of the hotly disputed discovery and sales of a purported new Leonardo da Vinci work doesn’t paint the art market in a flattering light H ere is the bizarre story of the Salvator Mundi, or Saviour of the World ; a tale of cynicism, power worship and greed, like a stage play by Ben Jonson. It is a mysterious painting from about 1500, showing Jesus with his right hand raised in blessing and the left holding a glass globe, attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, or partly to him, or maybe to a ...


- Decades before the birth of social media, Andy Warhol lived his life in front of and behind a camera. Few artists of the 20th century or any century rival his fame. Warhol’s own image, that mass of platinum hair, is as iconic as his silkscreen Marilyns or Brillo Box sculptures. We all know Andy Warhol, right? The artist’s paradoxes and prophecies are explored in A ndy Warhol: Photo Factory , a captivating exhibition that opens at Fotografiska New York today. The show consists of 120 rarely ...

Source: vogue.com

- The response in Ottawa “shows people crave experiencing visual arts in person”, director Sasha Suda says After an extended delay due to the surging pandemic, the National Gallery of Canada’s blockbuster show Rembrandt in Amsterdam: Creativity and Competition proved to be a hit. More than 42,000 devotees of the Dutch Master visiting Ottawa during the nearly eight-week run (16 July-6 September), raising the museum's overall attendance to 75,000 this summer. “These are exceptional numbers ...


- A new SFMOMA exhibit demonstrates how the painter attained name recognition in a male-dominated art form. For fans of abstract art, Joan Mitchell is in the all-time pantheon — as good or greater than Jackson Pollock or Mark Rothko or any of the other titans whose names are synonymous with non-figurative art that takes viewers to a place of both aesthetic and emotional complexity. But Mitchell is in a rare category of abstract art: Female artists who beat the odds to make it big in the 20th ...

Source: sfweekly.com

- Is the $450m Salvator Mundi a fake? This film – featuring tearful sycophants, sneering experts, dodgy dealers and a secretive superyacht – may finally settle the great da Vinci controversy Last modified on Thu 9 Sep 2021 10.24 EDT I t is almost exactly 10 years since Salvator Mundi was unveiled, this “lost Leonardo” instantly triggering astonishment around the world . Since those giddy days, the work has had a turbulent time. As well as becoming the most expensive painting in history, ...


- Macklowe collection includes works by artists including Picasso, Rothko and Giacometti Last modified on Thu 9 Sep 2021 16.04 EDT It is a collection that has attained almost mythical status in the art world, one that contains spectacular works by Picasso, Rothko, Warhol and a nightmarish Giacometti sculpture of a Pinocchio-like nose in a cage. After a US judge ordered its sale to help settle a billionaire couple’s acrimonious divorce there has been a string of rumours and stories about who ...


- Picture: smithsonianmag.com Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: Readers might remember this painting from a post earlier in May regarding the quest of its owner Stuart Pivar to prove whether it was by Van Gogh or not. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam have since rejected the authenticity of the painting based on photographs alone. The article linked above quotes Head of Collections and Research Marije Vellekoop: We do not believe that an inspection … in our museum is necessary. In our opinion, it is ...


- After a French art historian began to raise concerns a year ago about the painting’s authorship, Tahitians , an unfinished canvas in the collection of the Tate Britain, has been downgraded from an authorized work by the painter Paul Gauguin to a fake . The new determination was reinforced by the Wildenstein Plattner Institute’s decision to leave Tahitians out of its recent catalogue of Gauguin’s work; however, since 1917, the Tate Britain has believed that the painting was authentic. ...

Source: observer.com

- Artist Lynda Benglis became controversial in an instant, but her career has thrived for decades The National Gallery’s small but potent Lynda Benglis exhibition makes no mention of a 1974 work that rocked the art world. In November of that year, Benglis bought ad space in Artforum, and used the magazine to display a picture of herself naked, oiled, wearing sunglasses and clutching a generously proportioned dildo at her crotch. Several of the journal’s editors denounced it as cheap, vulgar ...





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