Author: Eileen Kinsella. Via Art Net News. Renowned photographer Donald Graham brought a federal complaint against Gagosian Gallery, Larry Gagosian, and artist Richard Prince on December 30 for unauthorized use of oneContinue Reading
“I’ll sell the paintings rather than sit here and admire them while rain drips onto children’s school desks and public libraries have no toilet paper.”
Author: Marion Maneker Via: ART MARKET MONITOR Strapped for Cash and Sinking, Venice Eyes Selling Some of Its City-Owned Art. You thought Detroit’s situation was so historically unique that we wouldContinue Reading
Auctioneer Jussi Pylkkanen holds his hands up after the Picasso masterpiece Les Femmes d’Alger (Version O) sold for $179.3m. Photograph: Timothy A Clary/AFP/Getty Images By : Charlotte Burns First publishedContinue Reading
Author: Brian Boucher Via: Artnetnews In what dealers and collectors hailed as a solid auction that all the same may indicate a correction to an overheated market, Sotheby’s New York totaledContinue Reading
Ellsworth Kelly dies at 92. After a life long career he explains his relation to art and abstraction.
Ellsworth Kelly, one of America’s great 20th-century abstract artists, who in the years after World War II shaped a distinctive style of American painting by combining the solid shapes andContinue Reading
Curator Iris Müller-Westermann, 2015. Foto: Åsa Lundén/Moderna Museet Iris Müller-Westermann will be the new director of Moderna Museet Malmö. Iris Müller-Westermann works as a senior curator at the ModernaContinue Reading