It’s a great time to kick back and enjoy a movie. Let us help you avoid endless browsing.
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By Contributor on December 25, 2018
From tales of great but irate artists to a mini compendium of teeny-tiny artworks, these books will thrill on the beach or by the fireside.
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By Contributor on December 23, 2018
Many wonder if Ralf Beil’s fossil fuel-focused exhibition was a problem for the museum’s sole sponsor, Volkswagen.
The post A Museum Director Planned a Show About Art and Oil. Just One Problem: His Institution Is Funded by Volkswagen appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 21, 2018
This could become the most expensive Venice painting by the famed Impressionist.
The post An Ethereal Painting of the Doge’s Palace by Claude Monet Could Sell for $35 Million at Sotheby’s appeared first on artnet News.
The influential feminist artist on institutional failures, what she wishes critics knew about textile arts, and why there’s some work she’s not ready to sell.
The post ‘A Long-Held Wish Come True’: With an Overdue Museum Survey Under Her Belt, Judy Chicago Plans Her Legacy appeared first on artnet News.
As support for repatriation grows, the Ivory Coast is asking France to return 148 works.
The post The Ivory Coast Drafts a Long List of the Colonial-Era Works It Wants Back From France appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 20, 2018
Arlene Shechet wants to change the way you think about porcelain.
The post How a Residency at a Toilet and Sink Factory Inspired Arlene Shechet’s New Public Art Project at Madison Square Park appeared first on artnet News.
The accusations are the latest from an anonymous Instagram account targeting prominent figures in the Indian art world.
The post Artist Subodh Gupta Steps Down as Co-Curator of the Goa Arts Festival Amid Allegations of Sexual Harassment appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 19, 2018
She plans to use the money to open a Museum of Resilience to honor the neighborhood’s large population of black single mothers.
The post Artist Vanessa German Needed Money to Repair Her Steps in Pittsburgh. Then She Won $200,000 From the Crystal Bridges Museum appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 18, 2018
Some in LA’s Koreatown neighborhood are offended by Beau Stanton’s mural, which they say is similar to the Japanese Imperial flag.
The post A Los Angeles School Planned to Whitewash a Mural That Offended Korean Activists—Until Shepard Fairey Stepped in to Defend It appeared first on artnet News.
The show’s host says European countries owe African nations not only the art that was stolen, but also some great European paintings and sculptures.
The post ‘It Still Belongs to Africa’: Trevor Noah of ‘The Daily Show’ Says Colonial-Era Art Should be Returned—With Interest appeared first on artnet News.
From the stately Christmas Tree at Rock Center to a train show in the Bronx, kick off the holiday season with one of these festive events.
The post Editors’ Picks, Holiday Edition: 11 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 17, 2018
Catch up on this week’s news—fast.
The post From Our Holiday Gift Guide to a Very Provocative Pyramid Selfie: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 15, 2018
The artist’s painting of Henry Geldzahler and Christopher Scott will hit the auction block in London.
The post David Hockney’s Double Portrait of a Legendary Met Curator and His Partner Could Fetch Almost $40 Million appeared first on artnet News.
By Contributor on December 14, 2018
The #MeToo movement helped inspire the artist’s latest works.
The post Artist Betty Tompkins Explains Why the Vile Words Used to Describe Women are Worth Painting appeared first on artnet News.
Authorities haven’t given a reason for pulling the works, but all of them deal with the ethics of new scientific advances.
The post Is China Censoring Art About Biotechnology? Last-Minute Cuts at the Guangzhou Triennial Suggest it Is appeared first on artnet News.
EOS Pixel Master was a wildly successful tokenized art project which has now ended. Early adopters earned a good amount of EOS and people quickly got addicted to the idea of winning the EOS pot …
By Contributor on December 13, 2018
The artist was the talk of the 2017 Venice Biennale.
The post Venice Biennale Star Artist Anne Imhof Will Bring an Anxiety-Inducing New Performance to Tate Modern in 2019 appeared first on artnet News.