1 June 2021

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Nicola Vassell Opens First Black-Owned Gallery In New York’s Chelsea

Nicola Vassell Opens First Black-Owned Gallery In New York’s Chelsea

27 May 2021

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Richard Nonas Post-Minimalist sculptor Dies – Victoria Pomery To Leave Turner Contemporary – Banksy Loses Second Copyright Battle

Richard Nonas Post-Minimalist sculptor Dies – Victoria Pomery To Leave Turner Contemporary – Banksy Loses Second Copyright Battle

27 May 2021

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Eric Carle Artist Illustrator Of Very Hungry Caterpillar Dies Age 91

Eric Carle, the much-loved artist, illustrator, and writer has died at his summer studio in Northampton, Massachusetts. He was 91. 

24 May 2021

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Super Inclusive Fourth Plinth Proposals Unveiled In London

The latest proposals for the Fourth Plinth commission project in Trafalgar Square were announced in London today.

23 May 2021

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Lord Hall National Gallery Chairman Resigns Over Diana Interview – 20th Serpentine Pavilion – Art Basel HK What The Galleries Said

 Lord Hall National Gallery Chairman Resigns Over Diana Interview – 20th Serpentine Pavilion – Art Basel HK What The Galleries Said

The Trouble With The Turner Prize – Edward Lucie-Smith

The Turner Prize continues to be in trouble. The competition has an aim: to single out the best new artists living and working in Britain

TEFAF Maastricht Cancels 2021 Art Fair – Rijksmuseum Examines Slavery Past – Robot pAInts Her Way Into Art History 

TEFAF Maastricht Cancels 2021 Art Fair – Rijksmuseum Examines Slavery Past Through Art – Robot pAInts Her Way Into Art History 

19 May 2021

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Bourse de Commerce: François Pinault Unveils Mega Paris Art Gallery

Paris: The Bourse de Commerce, François Pinault’s new mega contemporary art gallery launches officially on May 22.

Liverpool Biennial Launches 11th Edition Titled The Stomach And The Port

The Liverpool Biennial opens today, showcasing nine new exhibitions, bringing together the complete presentation of the 11th Edition

17 May 2021

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Chaiya Art Awards 2021 Gallery OXO – Revd Jonathan Evens

The varied artwork in this exhibition represents a hand-picked selection of artists sharing their imagination, their creative talent and their unique response to the theme of ‘God is

14 May 2021

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David Hockney Criticised For Childish Tube Sign Design

On the eve of a major new show at the Royal Academy, Britain’s best-loved artist David Hockney has been criticised, by members of the public

13 May 2021

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Picasso Monet Basquiat and Kusama Brighten Up New York Spring Auctions

Results from the major Modern and Contemporary art sales at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Bonhams’ NY has conveyed a message of optimism to the COVID hit art market.

11 May 2021

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Turner Nominated Black Obsidian Sound System Bites The Hand Of Tate

The 2021 Turner Prize nominated artist collective, Black Obsidian Sound System has lashed out at Tate in a statement following their surprise nomination. They are demanding; ‘The right to thrive in conditions that are nurturing and supportive’.

7 May 2021

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Turner Prize 2021 Announces Shortlist of Artist Collectives

The shortlist for the Turner Prize 2021 has been revealed by Tate Britain, and for the first time, the Turner Prize jury has selected a shortlist consisting entirely of artist collectives. Array Collective, Black Obsidian Sound System, Cooking Sections, Gentle/Radical, and Project Art Works have all been chosen by the jury, chaired by Alex Farquharson, Director, Tate Britain. 

4 May 2021

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Bill Gates Art Collection And The Divorce – Ackroyd & Harvey 100 Oak Tree Joseph Beuys Homage – Search For Art Fund Museum of the Year 

Bill Gates Art Collection And The Divorce – Ackroyd & Harvey 100 Oak Tree Joseph Beuys Homage – Search For Art Fund Museum of the Year 

1 May 2021

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Eli Broad Philanthropist And Art Collector Dies Age 87

The Philanthropist and entrepreneur Eli Broad, who co-founded with his wife Edye the contemporary art museum, The Broad, in LA has died age 87.

29 April 2021

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Art Movers: Leon Black Departs MoMA – Amy Cappellazzo Quits Sotheby’s – England’s Creative Coast

Art Movers: Leon Black Departs MoMa – Amy Cappellazzo Quits Sotheby’s – England’s Creative Coast

27 April 2021

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€1500 Caravaggio Found In Madrid Auction House – Robert Indiana Estate Cheated By Lawyers – Armory Show Announces 2021 Exhibitor List

€1500 Caravaggio Found In Madrid Auction House – Robert Indiana Estate Cheated By Lawyers – Armory Show Announces 2021 Exhibitor List

27 April 2021

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Jeff Koons Quits Gagosian and Zwirner For Exclusive Pace Gallery Representation

Jeff Koons has left his long term galleries Gagosian and David Zwirner to be exclusively represented by Pace.

22 April 2021

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Nan Goldin Harassed By Sackler PI – Olafur Eliasson Climate Change Initiative – Sotheby’s First Women-Only Artists Sale

Nan Goldin Harassed By Sackler PI – Olafur Eliasson Climate Change Initiative – Sotheby’s First Women- Only Artists Sale

21 April 2021

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Researchers Create Whitest White Paint – Maurizio Cattelan At Pirelli HangarBicocca – Yoko Ono Unveils Wish Tree In Washington

Researchers Create Whitest White Paint – Yoko Ono Unveils Wish Tree In Washington – Maurizio Cattelan At Pirelli HangarBicocca 

15 April 2021

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Netflix Takes On Gardner Museum Heist – Why Saudi Arabia Refused To Loan Salvator Mundi – theVOV A New Virtual Arts Ecosystem

Netflix Takes On Gardner Museum Heist – Why Saudi Arabia Refused To Loan Salvator Mundi – theVOV A New Virtual Arts Ecosystem

13 April 2021

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Google Doodle: Metropolitan Museum of Art Celebrates 151 Years

 As we have been hibernation for over a year, Google Doodle Celebrates 151 Years of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York Better late than never.

10 April 2021

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Venice Curator Luca Berta Explains Latest Biennale Private Venue Restrictions – Interview

In light of the changes introduced by Venice town council, it is becoming increasingly difficult for private exhibition spaces

9 April 2021

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Frieze Cancels Prestigious Los Angeles 2021 Art Fair

Just when it looked like the LA art scene was recovering from COVID, Frieze LA has found it necessary to cancel its 2021 event

9 April 2021

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Tracey Emin Announces Bladder Cancer All Clear 

In an extensive interview with BBC’s Newsnight, Tracey Emin, 57, has spoken candidly about her three-month all clear milestone.

8 April 2021

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Yinka Shonibare 2021 RA Coordinator – Tony Cragg At Houghton Hall – National Gallery Announces Shortlist For Bicentenary Revamp

Yinka Shonibare 2021 RA Coordinator – Tony Cragg At Houghton Hall – National Gallery Announces Shortlist For Bicentenary Revamp

7 April 2021

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Van Gogh and Hals Theft Arrest – Bayeux Tapestry Loan In Jeopardy – $55m Picasso At Christie’s

Van Gogh and Hals Theft Arrest – Bayeux Tapestry Loan In Jeopardy – $55m Picasso At Christie’s

6 April 2021

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Venice Biennale: Council Bans Private Spaces – Thomas Gainsborough Masterpiece Discovered – Lady Petchey Sculpture Prize

Venice town council is trying to make it impossible to rent private exhibition spaces during the Venice Biennale and the Architecture Biennale. 

6 April 2021

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Art Night 2021 Announces UK Wide Fifth Edition Programme

Art Night, London’s favourite contemporary art festival, will celebrate its fifth edition by taking place in locations across the United Kingdom for the first time this summer.

4 April 2021

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Sean Scully: Philosophical Poetic Pastoral The 12 / Dark Windows – Revd Jonathan Evens

Sean Scully has created new works for this exhibition in the world in which we currently live, with ‘the existential threat from COVID

2 April 2021

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MSCHF Artist Collective: NIKE Blocks Sale Of Modified 666 Satan Shoes 

MSCHF, have lost their case against Nike over a controversial line of ‘Satan Shoes’ containing a drop of real human blood in the soles.