Tag: Art World

Amazon Has Killed Jill Soloway’s TV Show About Judy Chicago’s ‘Womanhouse’

Judy Chicago seems to be everywhere right now, but she will not appear, as previously expected, in a new television series about “Womanhouse,” the groundbreaking feminist art installation she and Miriam…
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Artist Sophia Al-Maria Wins the US’s First Major Award for Contemporary Middle Eastern Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and Los Angeles gallerist Shulamit Nazarian have announced the first major American award for contemporary Middle Eastern art. The Qatari-American artist Sophia Al-Maria has won the…
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Art Industry News: Mexican Judge Blocks Sale of Frida Kahlo’s Non-Unibrowed Barbie Doll + More Must-Read Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Monday, April…
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How the Rockefellers’ Art Dealer Forever Changed the Way the West Collects Asian Art

Next month, New York’s Rockefeller Center will play host to an unprecedented sale of objects once owned by the scions of the building’s namesake family. More than 1,600 objects acquired…
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From Jerry Saltz’s Epic Pulitzer Prize Win to the Latest From Hollywood’s Rubber-Faced Rembrandt: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

New York Magazine critic Jerry Saltz nabbed the Pulitzer Prize for his convention-defying, social-media savvy, deeply felt, and inherently humanistic salvos on the state of the art, politics, and society at large.…
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Once Filled With Crumbling Masterpieces, a 16th-Century Chapel in Florence Reopens After Painstaking Conservation

The restoration of Filippo Brunelleschi’s magnificently designed 16th-century Capponi Chapel in Florence has finally been completed after a year of restoration work that was spearheaded by an American non-profit. In…
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Famed Photo Co-Op Magnum Launches a Free Newspaper With a Deep Dive Into ISIS

Magnum Photos, the renowned international photographer cooperative, has launched its own newspaper. The first edition of Magnum Chronicles, which has been edited by the New York-based Magnum photographer Peter van…
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Art Industry News: Monochrome Master Marcia Hafif Dies at 89 + More Must-Read Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Friday, April…
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Prada Pulls Out the Stops to Open Its Tower of Art in Time for Milan Design Week

The Prada Foundation in Milan opens its new, nine-storey tower to the public today, April 20, and at the front of the line is an elite crowd at the intersection…
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From ‘Charging Bull’ to the Bull Market, ‘Fearless Girl’ Heads to the New York Stock Exchange

After spending over a year facing down Charging Bull, the diminutive Fearless Girl statue—either a calculating corporate marketing stunt or an inspiring message for women’s equality, depending on who you talk to—is moving…
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