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The MFA Boston embraced hard conversations in its Philip Guston show. Why doesn’t it examine its collection just as critically?
Gagosian invited curator Francesco Bonami to create a meditative show about starting over in Beverly Hills:
📆 Mark your calendars—Artnet’s Jiayin Chen @curatingthingss) will be giving a talk atMUC.xyz2 @muc_xyzz) in Munich this Saturday, May 28th. Make sure to tune in (and check out the full program here:muc.xyzW)!V
With travel restrictions still in effect, more than half of Art Basel Hong Kong’s dealers are presenting unmanned "ghost booths."
The French Prime Minister appointed performing-arts specialist Rima Abdul-Malak as Culture Minister. She has a lot to do:
#SethGreen’s monkey NFT was stolen and now he can’t make his TV show? We explain the Bored Ape saga that’s gone viral:
Now on view through June 4 at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, “Revival” by Max Colby highlights two mature bodies of work by the artist, “They Consume Each Other” and "Shrouds." Learn more:
In Marfa, an art destination with few artist residencies, one curator is turning a historic home into a hub for creatives:
A rare painting by Joan Carlile, one of England’s first female portrait painters, is going to auction in London:
Art dealer and collector Fabienne Lévy on the Urs Fischer work that got away and the Jeff Koons she’d love to own:
Art collector Benedicta Badia Nordenstahl on the Goya painting that got away and why an artwork’s price isn’t everything:
How tequila entrepreneur Bertha González Nieves built a collection of innovative Mexican art that keeps her inspired at home:
Israel’s Antiquities Authority busts dealer for possession of hundreds of looted artifacts, including a Great Revolt-era coin:
Hong Kong entrepreneur and NFT ambassador Shanyan Koder chats with us about buying what she loves without any regrets:
What can’t robots do these days? A biennial in Bucharest is opening this week with the catch (or should we say the captcha?) being that it is curated by an artificial intelligence program named Jarvis—and we asked it a question:
See gilded manuscripts that span 1,500 years in a new London exhibition about gold and the written word:
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the attack an example of “absolute evil.”
A Roman marble bust heading to auction could have ties to disgraced dealer Robin Symes, an antiquities expert says:
Kickstarter's Head of Arts explains how to move your arts organization to a more flexible and sustainable weekly schedule.
Top Wall Street guru says he’d rather invest in art and real estate than stocks right now + more art industry news:
Who won Auction Week? Here are 11 key takeaways from New York’s brain-bending $2.8 billion spring sales:
An Aboriginal art expert picks the best 8 lots by Australian Indigenous artists hitting the block this week at Sotheby’s:
Dealer Inigo Philbrick gets seven years in prison for "one of the most significant frauds" in art-market history.
Nan Goldin, Faith Ringgold, and other artists make @TIME Magazine’s annual list of the 100 "Most Influential" people of the year:
An L.A. art and design platform called Sized makes its New York debut with a knockout group show on "Industrialism"—check out the photos here:
A long lost Titian painting, valued at $7 million, was recovered by Italian Heritage Police after it was sent for restoration:
Set in a nightclub, Anna Delvey’s solo show seemed like another scam—and then her artwork showed up:
A newly restored Willem de Kooning painting, stolen in a brazen heist decades ago, will go back on view:
Here are the 15 most expensive artworks sold at auction around the world in April 2022:
We sent an illustrator to @friezeofficial to capture all the action:
The Andy Warhol Museum is building a $60 million, six-block ‘Pop District’ in an attempt to turn Pittsburgh into a cultural hub:
Hackers took over Beeple’s Twitter account and stole more than $400,000 in NFTs and crypto from the artist’s followers:
"Madonna is still Madonna." Find out why Adam Lindemann snapped up the Beeple Madonna NFT during the crypto crash:
You didn't think working at the fair was actually glamorous, did you? (✒️ Cartoon by Guy Richards Smit.)
Actor #SethGreen pleas for his stolen Bored Apes, announcing ‘Frens it happened to me’ + more art industry news:
After two years on hiatus, the Taipei Dangdai Fair returns to carve a niche in an increasingly fragmented Asian market:
Drawing Now Art Fair (@DRAWINGNOWPARIS) is back at the Carreau du Temple for the 15th anniversary edition! See you in Paris from Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 May 2022. Discover 72 international galleries and a rich program of events and talks:
Want to wear a Basquiat? On this week's Art Angle podcast, we take a look inside the big business of artist merch:
Catch the sensation! London’s Design Museum (@DesignMuseum) hosts the world’s first exhibition dedicated to ASMR:
Artists disappear from this year’s list of the U.K.’s richest people while collectors with Russian ties fall down the ranks:
Archaeologists have discovered the 4,000-year-old tomb of an Egyptian dignitary who guarded royal documents:
The forecast Is gloriously stormy for Carla Chan’s elemental offerings at @friezeofficial:
Artist Albert Oehlen is jolting Frieze attendees awake with a highly caffeinated bespoke beverage:
At 90, Gerhard Richter comes out of retirement with a show of new paintings and photographs in Switzerlands—see them all here:
At @friezeofficial, a 45-foot herb garden is an unlikely, and highly effective, visualization of the threat to women’s reproductive rights:
Phillips’s $225 million evening sale marks its biggest-ever night, led by an astounding Basquiat:
See neon art, vibrant landscape painting, and VIP visitors at the opening of Frieze New York 2022:
Sotheby’s notched a solid $408.5 million Modern art New York sale fueled by the reliable churn of blue-chip Monets and Picassos:
Ukrainian soldiers discovered a trove of ancient Greek urns while digging trenches in Odessa:
#NFT pioneer Olive Allen wants to introduce the art world to the Metaverse. Her vision of the future looks nothing like Zuckerberg’s:
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