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The post From Van Gogh’s Hidden Treasure to the Death of Barbara Hammer: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 22, 2019
The trio painted a canvas celebrating immigrants.
The post Does the Holy See? Pope Francis Collaborated With Domingo Zapata and Mr. Brainwash on a Painting at the Vatican appeared first on artnet News.
The owner first suspected the bronze deity might be worth more than she paid for after taking it on the ‘Antiques Roadshow.’
The post A Late Tang Dynasty Sculpture Bought at a Missouri Garage Sale for Less Than $100 Just Sold for $2.1 Million appeared first on artnet News.
We talked to TEFAF’s global vetting chairman Wim Pijbes about the fair’s new approach.
The post Meet the Art SWAT Team That Keeps Fakes Out of Europe’s Fanciest Art Fair appeared first on artnet News.
The images are now on view at the New York Transit Museum’s Grand Central location.
The post More Than 2,500 New York City Subway Cars Are Now Artificial Underwater Reefs. See This Artist’s Remarkable Photos of Them Here appeared first on artnet News.
After some delays, the museum is set to open to the public on Saturday.
The post A Chinese Collector Transformed Five Empty Oil Tanks Into a Museum With a Fitting Name: Tank Shanghai appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 20, 2019
The artist has previously collaborated with Calvin Klein designer Raf Simons.
The post Artist Sterling Ruby Is Launching His Own Fashion Collection to Explore the ‘Behavioral Power of Clothing’ appeared first on artnet News.
The award is underwritten by the financial services company Nomura Holdings.
The post One Company Just Launched the Biggest Award in Contemporary Art, Giving Artists the Chance to Win an Unprecedented $1 Million appeared first on artnet News.
New technology is bringing Old Masters to life.
The post You Can Now Join Doctors as They Dissect a Corpse in Rembrandt’s Most Famous Painting Through Augmented Reality appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 19, 2019
It’s the 10th anniversary edition of Asia Week.
The post Editors’ Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week, Asia Week Edition appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 18, 2019
We are partial to the ‘Shine Cone.’
The post 10 Titles We Respectfully Submit for Consideration in Naming Hudson Yards’s Hulking ‘Vessel’ Sculpture appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 15, 2019
The post From the White Glove Auction of George Michael’s Collection to the Death of Beloved Curator Okwui Enwezor: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.
The ticket to the mall-based Instagram Trap is not cheap!
The post Hudson Yards Opens With ‘Snark Park,’ a Gray-Colored Fun House by Snarkitecture appeared first on artnet News.
The TV art historian amassed an eclectic collection of art books despite her vow of poverty.
The post The Bookseller Who Supplied Sister Wendy a Copy of Mapplethorpe’s ‘X Portfolio’ Is Selling Her Library at TEFAF appeared first on artnet News.
Here’s what’s on offer at the fair in Maastricht this year.
The post 8 Art Historical Treasures at TEFAF, From an Eerie Little Christ Child to a Self-Portrait by a 19th-Century Actress appeared first on artnet News.
The price of a painting increases along with the proportion of blue or red in it.
The post Blue and Red Art Makes the Most Green When It Comes to Auction Prices, a New Study Says appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 13, 2019
The skateboard mocks streetwear culture and the $450 million “Salvator Mundi” sale.
The post This Artist Just Sold the ‘World’s Most Expensive Skateboard’—Called ‘Supreme Mundi’—for $20,000 appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on March 12, 2019
The author’s fourth and final volume on Picasso is due out this year.
The post Art Historian John Richardson, Who Wrote the Definitive Four-Volume Biography on Picasso, Has Died at 95 appeared first on artnet News.