Category: Art

This Brooklyn Photographer Is Capturing the Inspiring Signs His Self-Isolating Neighbors Are Showing From Their Windows—See Them Here

Photographer Stephen Lovekin's series features hand-written signs with hopeful messages. The post This Brooklyn Photographer Is Capturing the Inspiring Signs His Self-Isolating Neighbors Are Showing From Their Windows—See Them Here appeared first on artnet News.

/ April 1, 2020

In a Surprise Move, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Is Considering Dipping Into Its $3.6 Billion Endowment to Cover Costs

The museum has extended pay for employees through May 2. The post In a Surprise Move, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Is Considering Dipping Into Its $3.6 Billion Endowment to Cover Costs appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 31, 2020

Editors’ Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week

The Brooklyn Museum is hosting a virtual First Saturday party, and other events not to miss (online) this week. The post Editors’ Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 30, 2020

Street Artists Around the World Are Spreading an Urgent Message: Stay Home. See Their Works (From Your Couch) Here

If you're stuck indoors, let us bring the outside world to you. The post Street Artists Around the World Are Spreading an Urgent Message: Stay Home. See Their Works (From Your Couch) Here appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 30, 2020

In a Dramatic About-Face, the Kunstmuseum Basel Will Compensate the Heirs of a Jewish Collector for Disputed Works in Its Collection

The museum had first ruled out restitution in 2008. The post In a Dramatic About-Face, the Kunstmuseum Basel Will Compensate the Heirs of a Jewish Collector for Disputed Works in Its Collection appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 27, 2020

New York City Is Empty, But Street Artists Are Still Working. Here’s How They’re Adapting Their Methods for Our Time

Artists Adrian Wilson and Sara Erenthal are still cautiously taking to the streets. The post New York City Is Empty, But Street Artists Are Still Working. Here’s How They’re Adapting Their Methods for Our Time appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 27, 2020

The Sackler Saga Has Made It to Primetime TV. The Latest Episode of ‘The Blacklist’ Takes Aim at the Notorious Art-Collecting Family

The twisty plot involves fictional opioid profiteers and a very complex art forgery scheme. The post The Sackler Saga Has Made It to Primetime TV. The Latest Episode of ‘The Blacklist’ Takes Aim at the Notorious Art-Collecting Family appeared first...

/ March 25, 2020

The Internet Can’t Get Enough of These Images of Masterpieces Devoid of People. Most Surprised by This Development? The Artist Behind Them

José Manuel Ballester can take a crowded art-historical masterpiece and reduce it to an empty room. The post The Internet Can’t Get Enough of These Images of Masterpieces Devoid of People. Most Surprised by This Development? The Artist Behind Them...

/ March 25, 2020

9 More Recipes From Artists Who Are Getting Creative in the Kitchen to Spice Up Dining in the Era of Social Distancing

Dana Sherwood, Olafur Eliasson, and other artists share some of their favorite recipes. The post 9 More Recipes From Artists Who Are Getting Creative in the Kitchen to Spice Up Dining in the Era of Social Distancing appeared first on...

/ March 25, 2020

Editors’ Picks: 10 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week

Get your art fix online. The post Editors’ Picks: 10 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 23, 2020

The Artist Behind Meow Wolf’s Beloved Fantastical Space Owl Is Suing the Company for More Than $1 Million

The artist alleges that the art production company failed to deliver on its promise to share its enormous profits. The post The Artist Behind Meow Wolf’s Beloved Fantastical Space Owl Is Suing the Company for More Than $1 Million appeared...

/ March 20, 2020

The Art of Craft: How Tom Sachs and Chanel Teamed Up to Create a Limited-Edition ID Card and Holder for the Art World

This is a Chanel bag unlike any you've ever seen before. The post The Art of Craft: How Tom Sachs and Chanel Teamed Up to Create a Limited-Edition ID Card and Holder for the Art World appeared first on artnet...

/ March 19, 2020

A Detroit Gallery Is Giving Out Free Meals—and Artist-Designed Coloring Books—to Children While Schools Are Closed

The gallery Library Street Collective is stepping up to support the community. The post A Detroit Gallery Is Giving Out Free Meals—and Artist-Designed Coloring Books—to Children While Schools Are Closed appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 19, 2020

‘How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?’: A Star-Studded Online Show Weighs the Triviality—and Importance—of Art in a Crisis

Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen curated the online show in response to widespread gallery closures. The post ‘How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?’: A Star-Studded Online Show Weighs the Triviality—and Importance—of Art in a Crisis...

/ March 18, 2020

Travel Plans on Hold? You Can Visit 500 International Museums From the Comfort of Your Own Home Thanks to Google

Tour the world's best art museums while practicing responsible social distancing. The post Travel Plans on Hold? You Can Visit 500 International Museums From the Comfort of Your Own Home Thanks to Google appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 17, 2020

This Artist Couple’s Whimsical Video Artwork Illustrating the Power of ‘Social Distancing’ Has Gone Viral—See It Here

We talk to Juan Delcan and Valentina Izaguirre, the artists behind 'Safety Match.' The post This Artist Couple’s Whimsical Video Artwork Illustrating the Power of ‘Social Distancing’ Has Gone Viral—See It Here appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 16, 2020

Editors’ Picks: 8 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week

Here's some art to see from the comfort of your own home. The post Editors’ Picks: 8 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 16, 2020

Stir Crazy Already? Feast Your Eyes on 20 Works of Art That Celebrate the Joys of Being at Home

Stay healthy and enjoy these cozy artworks from the comfort of your own home. The post Stir Crazy Already? Feast Your Eyes on 20 Works of Art That Celebrate the Joys of Being at Home appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 13, 2020

For 32 Years, This Japanese Chef Has Been Making a Painting of Every Single Meal He Eats. See His Mouth-Watering Work Here

Itsuo Kobayashi first began keeping food diaries as a teenager. The post For 32 Years, This Japanese Chef Has Been Making a Painting of Every Single Meal He Eats. See His Mouth-Watering Work Here appeared first on artnet News.

/ March 13, 2020

Anish Kapoor Will Unveil His First Vantablack Sculptures During the Venice Biennale, Dazzling Visitors With the Blackest Black Ever Made

The show will take place at the Galléria dell'Accademia during next year's Venice Biennale. The post Anish Kapoor Will Unveil His First Vantablack Sculptures During the Venice Biennale, Dazzling Visitors With the Blackest Black Ever Made appeared first on artnet...

/ March 12, 2020