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- London gallery shows intimate images, including portraits of the artist, that reveal a great talent in her own right Dora Maar is renowned as Pablo Picasso's "weeping woman", the anguished lover who inspired him to repeatedly portray her in tears. Now a London gallery is seeking to re-establish her as a pioneering surrealist artist in her own right, with an exhibition showcasing photographs recently discovered in her estate. The exhibition, which opens at the Amar Gallery in London on 16 June, ...


- A museum in Switzerland is set to remove five famous paintings from one of its exhibitions while it investigates whether they were looted by the Nazis. The Kunsthaus Zurich Museum said the decision to remove the paintings comes after the publication of new guidelines aimed at dealing with the art pieces that have still not been returned to the families they were stolen from during World War II. The pieces are part of the  Emil Bührle Collection , which was named after a German-born ...

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- Hi-tech imaging reveals the artist tinkered with Herri met de Bles's painting to improve the composition of figures One benefit of being among history's greatest artists is that if you don't much like a painting done by someone else, you can just improve it. The Flemish master Sir Peter Paul Rubens certainly knew how to paint people; Rubenesque is still used to describe a curvaceous, ample body. So when he noticed the inferior quality of the religious figures depicted on an otherwise ...


- Each time curator Elena Filipovic opens an exhibition, she convenes the institution's entire staff, including its guards and shop cashiers, to participate in an in-depth discussion with the featured artist. I got to witness this in 2022, when Filipovic, then the director of the Kunsthalle Basel, led a walk-through of Berenice Olmedo's newest hanging sculptures, made of wriggling prosthetic-like limbs. Filipovic wanted her staff to meet the young artist and urged them to ask her questions. It is ...

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- New show will bring to life the story of the mixed-race Caribbean artist who mentored Ingres and Rousseau Neo-Classicism, arguably the world's first truly international style in the fine and applied arts, held sway from around 1760 to 1830, leaving its mark from Versailles to Virginia. Revelatory in the hands of its signature geniuses, the painter Jacques-Louis David and the sculptor Antonio Canova, it fell victim to the vigour of Romanticism, and, with the exception of its banner figures, has ...


- Andy Warhol didn't say "In the future everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes," though that oft-repeated and much-misattributed quip—which may have come from Moderna Museet director Pontus Hultén or photographer Nat Finkelstein or artist Billy Al Bengston or perhaps even French novelist Alphonse Daudet—has certainly turned out to be prophetic thanks to social media. And while art critic and Warhol biographer Blake Gopnik 's dissection of the misattribution is ...

Source: observer.com

- Northern Drawings Catalogue for the Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans Picture: Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: CODART have drawn attention to the fact that the Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans have just published a new catalogue of their collection of Northern drawings. According to their article: Largely unknown to the general public and art historians, the Orléans collection comprises some 900 drawings by Dutch, ...


- Mary Cassatt at Work review – stunning show blows the Mother's Day card cliches away Philadelphia Museum of Art This exceptional exhibition celebrates a trailblazing impressionist – one of the original group – who took the labour of women in her time seriously ary Cassatt's paintings of mothers and babies were relegated to the untouchable category of "sentiment" by 20th-century critics and art historians. They have now become better known to many people as Mother's Day cards ...


- Picture: Sotheby's Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: Sotheby's London have published their upcoming Old Master & 19th Century Paintings Evening Auction online. Amongst the highlights of the sale are a Virgin and Child by Botticelli and Studio estimated at £3m - £5m, a pair of Venetian scenes by Canaletto  estimated at £2.5m - £3.5m, a sex of six enormous frescos (transferred to canvas) by Giandomenico Tiepolo estimated at £1.5m - £2.5m, a rediscovered Herri ...


- Felsen was also a trained artist and prolific photographer, who documented his close contact with the artists who worked at Gemini Sidney Felsen, the co-founder of the groundbreaking Los Angeles printmaking studio Gemini GEL , has died. The cause of death was renal failure. Felsen was 99 years old. Along with co-founder Stanley Grinstein—who died in 2014 —Felsen founded Gemini GEL in 1966, and he continued to manage the business, coming into the office nearly every day, until ...


- Art Basel's Unlimited 2024 is a unique sector dedicated to large-scale projects, giving exhibitors the platform to showcase monumental installations, colossal sculptures, boundless wall paintings, comprehensive photo series and expansive video projections. Curated by Giovanni Carmine, Director of Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, for the fourth time, Unlimited pushes the boundaries of artistic expression and viewer engagement. This year, visitors can enjoy the Unlimited Night on Thursday, June 13, with ...

Source: forbes.com

- VIPs prove that they came to town to buy, not just to "eat the sausage in the courtyard" It was at the 2022 edition of Art Basel when talk of an oncoming market correction first began to take root among the more sceptical contingents of the art trade. So it is fitting that, two challenging years later, with the still-green stalks of Agnes Denes's Honoring Wheatfield—A Confrontation dominating the Messeplatz, a chastened industry is once again seeing signs of renewal. "In spite of the ...


- Picture: georgiamuseum.org Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Georgia Museum of Art have just opened their latest exhibition entitled A Perfect Model: Prints after Anthony van Dyck's Portraits . According to the museum's website: Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599 – 1641) was one of the most successful artists of his generation, especially admired for his evocative portraits. He undertook the ambitious project of creating a series of prints depicting famous scholars, military men, nobles and ...


- From Precious Okoyomon's nightmarish animatronic bear to a global survey of Black figurative painting, sci-fi chairs and Dan Flavin Summer Exhibition Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, until 11 August The Fondation Beyeler's summer show this year is something a bit different, even for this temple of European Modernism. The entire gallery and gardens have been taken over by a group of contemporary artists whose conceptual pitch for the show is "a living organism that changes and transforms". In other ...


- Ronald Perelman , the billionaire investor known for his vast art collection, has in recent years sold off nearly $1 billion worth of artwork by the likes of Andy Warhol , Cy Twombly , Pablo Picasso and Jean-Michel Basquiat . Many of these transactions were conducted through auction houses like Sotheby's, while other private sales went to fellow prominent collectors like hedge fund manager Ken Griffin . Recently unsealed court filings reveal Perelman offloaded seventy-one works valued at $963 ...

Source: observer.com

- Amsterdam is an almost bafflingly charming city. On one hand, its tourist hordes often swell to such a terrible degree that it seems like it should be impossible to enjoy its abundant delights. On the other, it's Amsterdam , and what with the scenic canals, delightful food and drink, well-organized infrastructure, supreme walkability, efficient metro, scattershot street art, and plentitude of bicycles—let's just say there's a vibe. A Dutch vibe. Even in the 21st Century, Amsterdam feels ...

Source: observer.com

- It's a shame that the two preeminent stars of abstract art— Hilma af Klint and Wassily Kandinsky —never met in person. At one point, Swedish-born af Klint and Russian-born Kandinsky were miles apart from each other in Stockholm, where Kandinsky traveled in 1915 for an exhibition. They could have talked about their uncanny similarities, parallel lives and of course, their differences. But what if these premiere painters of abstraction actually shared a conversation? What would that ...

Source: observer.com

- The minimalist London home of the late financial trader Ralph Goldenberg was always intended to house art. Originally designed by architect John Pawson for Doris Saatchi , first wife of mega art collector Charles Saatchi , the white walls of its cubic rooms were for decades adorned with Goldberg's vast holdings of works by artists like Alexander Calder , Lucio Fontana and Jackson Pollock . This summer, the spirit of the iconic three-story house will be recreated by Sotheby's as it gears up to ...

Source: observer.com

- This year marks the 150th anniversary of Impressionism, the 19th-century art style defined by strong brushstrokes and ordinary subjects in open-air settings. To mark the occasion, Sotheby's is auctioning one of Claude Monet 's atmospheric haystacks—a favored motif of the artist and an iconic image in the art movement. Painted in 1893, Monet's Meules à Giverny will be sold next month with an estimate above $30 million. "With his haystacks, the revolutionary ideas and techniques that ...

Source: observer.com

- Picture: liverpoolmuseums.org.uk Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has been allocated two paintings by Monet and Degas as part of the Acceptance in Lieu scheme. The Epte in Giverny (1884), by Claude Monet (pictured), and Modiste Decorating a Hat  (1891-1895), a pastel by Edgar Degas, will be on display in the gallery from this weekend onwards. According to the museum's press release: Kate O'Donoghue, Curator of International Fine Art at National Museums ...





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