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Ai Wei Wei: As They Hasten to Cozy Up to China, M+ Museum and Credit Suisse Have Let Freedom of Speech Fall By the Wayside


Hong Kong’s M+ Museum Has Removed Ai Weiwei’s Famous Tiananmen Square Photo From Its Website While It Awaits Government Review

Chinese Dissident Ai Weiwei Says Credit Suisse Is Closing Foundation’s Account


THE DAY THAT CHANGED SO MUCH


Farago: Why Art Struggled to Address the Horrors of 9/11; After the attacks, American culture became one of prohibitions. Then the Iraq War made it difficult to address Sept. 11 on its own terms


"American Hero: The 9/11 Movie" An Art Show by Wayne Coe


'A thunderstorm of ash and cloud': Artists remember 11 September


Photos That Defined 9/11, and the People in Them—20 Years Later


How To Remember Minoru Yamasaki’s Twin Towers; Perceived as symbols of strength after their destruction on 9/11, the Twin Towers and their Japanese American architect were once criticized in racist and sexist terms



Interview with Dr. Sozita Goudouna, founder of Greece in USA
... Greece in USA, the Website



When the present does not add up, artists look to the future; Artists' forward-looking visions are at the centre of this year’s Armory Focus section



Art Destined for Space Has an Earthly Impact; All-female artist collective is sending artworks into the stratosphere


Pace Gave Its New Digital Director Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle the Keys to Its Brick and Mortar Gallery. The Results Are Refreshing



Painter Lois Dodd (b. 1927) at Alexandre Gallery, NYC



A Short, Shiny History of Gold in Art, From the Glittering Tombs of Ancient Egypt to Gustav Klimt’s Scandalously Gilded Surfaces



Houseago and Rodin at Gagosian, Davies Street, London


Wonder Women: Smithsonian appoints advisory council for budding women’s history museum in Washington, DC



Is Disneyland the great American artwork?




BRAVING OPPRESSION

UK’s controversial new police bill poses major threat to the art world; Proposed legislation aimed at cracking down on unruly protests may criminalise protest art

See It Again! Timeless and Very Relevant Message from Artist Oliver Stone: 'JFK'

Male-centric and whitewashed: major photography brands Fuji, Canon and Kodak scramble to diversify following criticism; pledge to promote more women, LGBTQ and photographers of colour in response to online pro-diversity campaigns; All it took was one Tweet!


Coping Is Relative:
The World’s Best Superyachts of 2021 Revealed

Mark Crispin Miller: A Propaganda Masterpiece, Perspectives on the Pandemic

Atlantic: The New Puritans; Behavior doesn't adapt fast enough to the new norms, judgment can be swift—and merciless


An ancient Buddhist city is perched on top of an Afghan copper reserve worth $50 billion—what will happen to it under Taliban/Chinese control? Cultural heritage workers estimate they have five years to secure the heritage site’s contents before it is destroyed to extract the ore

Artists and cultural workers face life under Taliban 2.0


Artist Khadim Ali's Invisible Border; Painting murals of Iran’s Revolutionary leaders; Trained in Persian miniatures; Migrating to Australia

Podcast: What two Hazara artists feel about Afghanistan, and a new art movement is forged in metal



Cuba on the brink: artistic voices refuse to be silenced


Riot police, body scanners and social breakdown in toy town; An array of childhood playthings are normalizing the concepts of surveillance and state control for the youngest of minds

Covid Corruption: ‘In the Same Breath': Infuriating Doc Tackles China's COVID-19 Coverup [Review]; Nanfu Wang follow-up to her 'One Child Nation'


NEW DISCOVERIES & REVELATIONS


First Cupid, now a wine glass? More revelations emerge from restored Vermeer painting in Dresden


The Restored Version of this Famous Vermeer Painting Is Hugely Different


‘The spectator should disappear into the works’ – an interview with cinematographer Peter Suschitzky; Challengers of lighting Rembrandt at the Dulwich Picture Gallery


FORMERLY KNOWN AS CINEMA


New film "Official Competition": Antonio Banderas, Penelope Cruz poke fun at film biz excesses; Venice audience "in stitches."

‘The Matrix: Resurrections’ Guide: 21 Details to Know About the Return of the Iconic Action Franchise

Trailer Debut:

'Rocketeer' sequel headed to Disney+; David Oyelowo producing and potentially starring in revival; a retired Tuskegee airman takes up the Rocketeer mantle


Review: Dune’s Day: New $165 Mil Take on Sci-Fi Classic with Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac is Stunning, Granular, Moody, Artful

Visually Astounding and Never Made! 'Jodorowsky's Dune' 2014 Doc Trailer; To Star Salvadore Dali and Orson Welles

'The Card Counter' Paul Schrader Got ‘So Blatant’ in His Critiques of Tiffany Haddish, and She Loved It: ‘Yes, Give Me More’

‘The Card Counter’ Review: Oscar Isaac Bets It All in Paul Schrader’s Transcendent Poker Drama; Oscar Isaac plays a cold-eyed card shark with a bloody ace up his sleeve in the latest of Schrader's films about men at work


The ultimate film lovers’ guide to the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures


Telluride Recap: Feinberg and Keegan on Hollywood’s Return to the Rockies

'King Richard' Trailer

“Downton Abbey” Movie Sequel (And Perhaps Finale) Gets a Subtitle: “A New Era”


Much Loved Actor Michael K. Williams, in 2011 Interview, Got Real About His Scar, Struggles and Salvation: “There’s No Words to Say How Fortunate I Am”

How did director Lorenzo Vigas and his 'The Box' gets inside Mexican sweatshops?, At Venice Film Festival


Review: Sting Puts the Swing in Hulu’s “Only Murders in the House” But Martin Short Dances Away With Hit Mystery Comedy: Woody Allen-esque

‘The Batman’ Reaction No. 3: ‘2 Hour and 54 Minute Horror-Noir’

‘The Batman’: Another Test-Screening Reaction With Detailed Plot Points

'Don't Look Up' Trailer Is Here, With The Best Cast For A Film This Year; Director/Writer Adam McKay; Climate Change Satire

'Don’t Look Up'; Official Teaser Trailer; Netflix

‘Last Night in Soho’ Trailer: The Plot of Edgar Wright’s 1960s Murder Mystery Comes Into Focus; Wright's follow-up to "Baby Driver" sees the filmmaker moving into psychological horror



‘Untold’ Directors on Making Five Netflix Sports Docs Fit Together, Find Their Moment, and What’s Next

Francis Ford Coppola Willing to Spend $100M of His Own Money to Get Dream Project ‘Megalopolis’ Made


Francis Coppola, A Gambling Maverick Moviemaker Who Won Big, Betting On Star Cast For Epic ‘Megalopolis’

'No Time To Die', Final International Trailer

Why Venice Is the Model for Pandemic-Era Film Fests

Inside the Making of 'The Many Saints of Newark', the Soprano's Prequel

A History of the First Gay Film: "Different from the Others", Germany, 1919


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Balmy Nights, Gentle Trades and a History of the Open-Air Movie Theaters That Were Once Found All Over the Hawaiian Islands


ART AND RACE

The Smithsonian Institution Is Using a $25 Million Grant to Get Americans Around the Country to Talk About Race


Exhibition of Asian and Asian American art debuts at Palmer Museum of Art, PA.


Smithsonian Acquires Rare Photographs From the First African American Studios; Daguerreotypes by James P. Ball, Glenalvin Goodridge and Augustus Washington are the centerpiece of a collection that could rewrite the early history of American photography

Assemblage as Medium and Method: “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: The Sapphire Show” at Ortuzar Projects; as a reaction to a lack of representation of Black women in the local art scene


How Black Artists Are Shaping a Distinctly Black Gaze; Gaze forces viewers to engage Blackness from a different and discomforting vantage point


$25,000 Art Prize to Focus on AAPI and Asian Diaspora Artists: ‘We Won’t Be Overlooked Again’


STAGE STRUCK

‘Hadestown’ returns to Broadway with balcony performance and flowers


Off-broadway play asks its audience to vote on Nixon’s complicity in Watergate


Review: In ‘Return the Moon,’ Theater Between Phases; While insubstantial, this immersive online performance gathers people virtually until they can get together more safely in person

With a mess of fabrics, Broadway's costume shops return to work


How playwright Luis Alfaro aims to make L.A. the center of the theatrical universe

In Katie Brook and Liza Birkenmeier’s 'Islander" a Toxic Man Faces Off with Himself


'Ni Mi Madre' Is a Stellar One-Man, One-Mom Show


A Troubled and Fascinating History: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark – Broadway's Underrated Musical Gem


The Bright Side of Life; A swarm of musicals open in London’s West End, proving that both the fun and the show must go on


Pasadena Playhouse to reopen with reimagined Go-Go’s musical ‘Head Over Heels’


A Las Vegas theater company knows the value of having an interior architect on board (and they're hiring one right now)

New Doc, 'On Broadway', Official Documentary Trailer


AMAZING MOTHER NATURE


The Horsetail Firefall of Yosemite


Animal Attraction: Joachim Schmeisser’s African-wildlife photographs pay homage to the magical creatures of Kenya’s Amboseli National Park

Artist Joan Jonas: On the Ocean and Nature

Take a peak: the mountains and mysticism of Nepal – in pictures

The Epic Love Story Between a Man and an Octopus

 




ART NOIR


'Immensely talented' multimedia artist Jeremy Gordaneer's death in B.C. being treated as homicide, leaving family, friends, art community in shock

Regulate the Restorer? Secrets and lies: the role of restorers in art crime; Regulation of the conservation profession may be a start, but can it quash the “ego” that often motivates restorers-turned-forgers?


L’Affaire des Poisons: The Parisian Poison Panic and Versailles’ Secret Witch Hunt


Judge Rejects Turkey’s Claim That Ancient Sculpture Was Looted; The marble figure had been displayed publicly for decades in New York before the Turkish government sued for its return; 4800 and 4100 BC

Museum says art collector’s van Gogh piece is a fake: $300 million lawsuit


The Great James Bond Aston Martin DB5 Car Robbery Podcast with actress Elizabeth Hurley


Amsterdam to return Kandinsky sold under Nazi occupation to heirs


A Schoolteacher in Germany Hit Upon a Trove of Lost Nazi Artifacts Hidden in a Wall More Than 75 Years Ago; Artifacts were probably hidden as U.S. troops took the city of Hagen in April 1945

How do you spot a looted antique? Germany brings in team of experts to help; Government has established €600,000 three-year pilot project called NEXUD to combat illegal trade in antiquities which is "six times" higher than thought


Jason Harrington Admits to Selling Over $1 Million of Forged Art; Purportedly created by Richard Hambleton


The Spine Collector: For years, a mysterious figure has been stealing books before their release. Is it espionage? Revenge? Or a complete waste of time?






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LOCA MOCA


Klaus Biesenbach named director of Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie


Knight: Why this bizarre email represents larger problems at MOCA


Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles names Johanna Burton of the Wexner as its first executive director; Burton will run the museum with Klaus Biesenbach, who has been reassigned as artistic director in a restructuring


YOLANDA LOPEZ


Yolanda López, artist who painted the iconic Virgen de Guadalupe series, dies at 79


LA Times: Yolanda López, Chicana artist known for la Virgen de Guadalupe series, dies at 79


PLEIN-AIR WITH SALVADOR



Art Historian Julia Friedman reflects on her participation in the Netflix documentary "Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed" with her New Criterion article "“Happy Trees” and Culture-Death"


Artist Ron Cooper Racing at Bonneville Speed Week 2021



"Hunter's career is "insulting to the art ecosystem," said Representative James Comer, quoting art advisor Lisa Schiff. Ranking Member of the House Oversight Committee Is Demanding Hunter Biden’s Art Dealer Make the Artist’s Sales Public


WHERE ARTISTS GO, REALTORS FOLLOW


Joshua Tree oasis hailed by U2, Jay-Z and Beyoncé on sale for $1.75M


Jeff Koons reveals he is making NFTs, details plans for his Pace Gallery shows and remembers his hotel rendezvous with Salvador Dalí



HK Zamani at PRJCTLA


'America is both a shining beacon and the Death Star': Glenn Ligon on Andy Warhol, ambivalence and his Stevie Wonder obsession; podcast



Yau: The Trouble with Capitalist Utopias; Maybe a sense of belonging is a thing of the past, a sign of privilege


THE SPIRIT IS BACK!


‘I Haven’t Seen Anything Cool in So Long’: Painter Jamian Juliano-Villani Is Opening a Gallery to Show Whatever She Wants (and Throw Parties); The artist says the gallery, called O’Flaherty’s, will be a performance in disguise


Artist Kim Dingle christens venture with the debut show


Guggenheim Bilbao Just Dropped a Rap Video to Raise Funds to Repair Its Jeff Koons Puppy Sculpture!




What do Artist Sam Mckinniss, Curator Viet-Nu Nguyen and Collector Michael Ovitz Have in Common?


ARTIST’S HEALTH

Why has the Amish community doubled in size over the last 20 years? Similarities to the Artist's Life?

Your mental health may depend on what’s in your diet

Doctors in Brussels to prescribe museum visits in new trial; to counteract pandemic-related mental health issues


VR POTENTIAL

Art, terror and erections show VR potential at Venice; "Can you tell the difference between what is and isn't real?" intones Tilda Swinton

VR Burning Man lets revellers experience festival's infamous 'Orgy Dome' at home


GOOD GIGS


Jeff Koons and BMW: First Look of The Artist's Special Edition 8 Series Gran Coupe Revealed


A Beautiful Marriage of Art and Commerce: Swedish artist Mamma Andersson on Her Collaboration With Svenskt Tenn

What is Svenskt Tenn?

Inside the Pentagon’s Secret Post-9/11 Summit With Hollywood A-Listers


Vacheron Constantin’s New York Flagship Store Opens With a Surprising Collaboration With the Chris Burden Estate

Art as a Springboard! Director of Estonia’s National Museum Has Been Promoted to President of the Entire Country

Opportunities in September 2021; From collaborative grants to open calls and experimental residencies, a list of opportunities that artists, writers, and art workers can apply for this month



Envious? You will be! Tracey Emin's New Studio Tour: Video


NEW MEDIA: INTRODUCING PUCK

Our favorite topics: Money, Ego and Power! Launching in September, we introduce the insider-savvy PUCK, a new media platform focused on Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Washington and NYC. The experienced writing staff is top-notch. Click Here for an early access subscription deal!


PALATE PALETTE

Alison Roman: The Best Braised Short Ribs



Chef Tara Gets Peachy: Peach Tarts with Honey and Black Pepper


Chef Corey Lee's Michelin-starred San Francisco restaurant In Situ at SFMOMA has closed
... Their History on Instagram


Ania Hobson “I See You” at SETARAH X, Düsseldorf



Images! Upstate (New York) Art Weekend 2021, Bigger and Better



Larry Rivers' Giant ‘Legs’ sculpture walks off for $100K at Hamptons Fine Art Fair



Artist Pipilotti Rist is about to open a survey at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles; Carolina A. Miranda interviews


VIDEO


Video Artist Richard Fung Reveals the Hidden Histories of Queer Sexuality and the Asian Diaspora



Dreams change. Friends are forever. Burnaway editor Jasmine Amussen takes a road trip across the South with Britney Spears' Crossroads, and the infamous internet story @Zola



Light Fantastic – A Short History Of Neon As An Artistic Influence



'Get Lifted!' organized by Hilton Als at Karma, New York


Robert Longo Discusses ‘Moral Imperative’ That Drives His Latest Work



Joan Mitchell’s Resplendent Paintings: How the Abstract Expressionist Resolved the Unresolvable


Artists Chronicling Illness



British Art Duo Gilbert and George Answer Questions While Drinking Champagne in the Studio and Signing Posters for Their Next Gallery Show at Lehmann Maupin


In the studio with… Gilbert & George


ILLUSTRATION

Revolutionary type: Meet the designer decolonizing Chinese fonts; Julius Hui and his journey to radically rethink Chinese fonts

What Did Best-Selling Illustrators Doodle While Daydreaming in School?


Dust jackets and dinner jackets – the man who illustrated Bond


THE CLIMATE IS ALWAYS CHANGING


Zaria Forman: Fear and Awe; Showcasing Beauty and Fragility with Drawings

Who Owns the Earth? Group show proposes fresh paradigms of land ownership and art making in contrast to the rugged individualism of much early Land Art

What Does It Mean to Exhibit Nature? Like a creeping scent, Sean Raspet’s exhibition at Various Small Fires works its way through the viewer’s psyche almost imperceptibly



See the WORKER show now, Click Here!


CULTURE

New Criterion: Culture As Counterculture; On Changes In Our Cultural Climate

This Tea Master Is Preserving an Ancient Art for Future Generations



Five Years Ago, Dominique Fung Was Painting in a Basement Below a Toronto Nail Salon. Now, She’s the Toast of the Art World; Curators, collectors, and dealers are flocking to the New York-based artist's work


NFT THIS WEEK: THE BRANDING AND CORPORATE MARKETERS'S BEST FRIEND

Can the Corporations Stop the Flood of Undesired Penis NFTs?



Sotheby’s Brings in $26 Million with Bored Ape NFT Bundle

Contract Killers: artist Nancy Baker Cahill challenges the efficacy of the 'smart contracts' behind NFTs with an augmented reality project


Proof of Art. "A Brief History Of Nfts, From The Beginnings Of Digital Art To The Metaverse"

Teen Artists Are Making Millions on NFTs. How Are They Doing It?


Wong Kar-Wai to auction unseen ‘In The Mood For Love’ footage as NFTs

Surprisingly Late, Jeff Koons Steps into the NFT


The Not-So-Nifty Gateway: After years of post-Facebook conniving, the Winklevosses were finally on the road to redemption. Then they met another set of troublemaking twins


Fake Banksy NFT sells for $340K — then returned for full refund

More in our comprehensive NFT Guide


BOOKS AND WORDS


New Yorker: How Wes Anderson Turned The New Yorker Into “The French Dispatch”

Two Books Rethink Publishing as a Radical Practice


Rob Kay: A Book Review from a Family Perspective: 'Mike Nichols, A Life', by Mark Harris

‘Caravaggio was a major-league asshole’: the long tradition of scandal in art; According to Noah Charney’s new book, infamy in the art world—be it contrived drama to drum up publicity or genuine artistic rivalry—is as old as art itself


Fifty years on, Frederick Forsyth's 'The Day of the Jackal' still thrills

How a French Novelist Turns the Tables on History; Laurent Binet’s latest book, “Civilizations,” imagines what might have been if the Incas invaded Europe in the 16th century

Why We Need Terrifying Stories; Karen Brown on how reading puts us in control


The Atlantic presents "Needs" A short story by Karen Brown


'Sting in the Tale: Art, Hoax and Provocation' by Antoinette LaFarge; Read the Introduction


Richard Porter Wants to Make ‘Queer’ Weird Again; Pilot Press’s hit ‘Queer Anthology’ series is coming to an end after four years – what’s next for the indie publisher?

Sense and Sensuality: As a new biography by Chris Kraus of the author is published, revisiting Kathy Acker's writing on literature, logic and the libido



OUR SPOTLIGHT SERIES ON ARTS MEDIA

Art Report Today turns the Spotlight on Artillery Magazine: Editor Tulsa Kinney, Columnist Zak Smith and Arts Writer Julie Schulte; Host Gordy Grundy; Parts I and II

 


ARCHITECTURE


Plans for $400-billion new city in the American desert unveiled; Planned by Billionaire Marc Lore

Planning for the Worst After 9/11, we had a chance to build the downtown that New York deserves. But timidity and fear have us hemmed in at every turn


The Silver Lake Reservoir Complex, Los Angeles


Design: Machine Age Modern: An Auction from a Private Collection

An Essential Approach to Architecture: David Chipperfield on the Neue Nationalgalerie; Six-year renovation of the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe-designed building


Why the Mbari Houses in Nigeria Became Extinct

In Rural Rwanda, Architecture as an Impetus for Change


In Defense of Airports: Airport Architect Norman Foster Maps Out The Carbon Footprint Of Air Travel; "the carbon footprint of air travel is relatively small"

Life on Mars: Architect maps out the ‘flying homes’ of the future

“Chasing Architect Vladimir Ossipoff” presented by Greg Warner: Video Lecture


China Gets Its First Zaha Hadid Retrospective With a Blowout at the Modern Art Museum Shanghai—See Highlights Here

Bloomberg: The Struggle to Prevent Suicides From Hudson Yards Sculpture


Ten impressive architectural viewpoints designed to stand out


The Serbian Pavilion at the Venice Biannale


New Book: 150 Houses You Need to Visit Before You Die




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A FASCINATING, MUST-READ LIFE STORY OF AN ICONIC ART WORLD HERO


Lawrence Weschler: The Alchemist: A Profile of Jack Brogan, “He is thoroughly sure of his expertise and his value. He is very much his own man.”



ART REPORT TODAY GALLERIES: Now Exhibiting


TO END OUR 'GHOST RIDER' SERIES, WE PRESENT THE MOST EVOCATIVE OF ALL...

Burl Ives Sings the first cover of 'Ghost Riders In The Sky', recorded in 1949 and it is the Most Haunting



It’s all about promoting your product and promoting you; The Post-Covid Celebrity

The Mysterious Mr. Guston


Hollywood’s Kitchen Table; At Dan Tana’s, it isn’t the food



Light Years Ahead: Interview with Robert Irwin


MONUMENTAL MOVES

Destroying public symbols of the past will not lead to a juster society. We must keep our mistakes visible


In Pictures: The Last Days of Virginia’s Embattled Monument to Robert E. Lee, From Its Role as a Site of Protest to Its Dramatic Removal; Statue had been standing since 1890

Pedro Reyes Is Designing a Monument to Indigenous Women in Mexico City That Will Replace a 150-Year-Old Christopher Columbus Statue


CRENSHAW


Crenshaw's Outdoor Museum Sounds Like the Real Deal

Sculptures by Kehinde Wiley, Alison Saar, and Others Will Go Up Along L.A.’s Crenshaw Boulevard as Part of a $100 Million Public Art Initiative; The artworks belong to Destination Crenshaw, which is commissioning 100 works of art over the next six years



10 Art Spaces Contributing to Atlanta’s Progressive Creativity


EXPERIENTIAL

Experiential Art Venture Superblue Launches in London with A.A. Murakami


Doug Harvey: Immerse This! Notes on the Van Gogh Experience

Considering Immersive Art Rooms and Why We Love to Escape

Olafur Eliasson's 'Room for one colour'

Team Lab's 'Floating Flower Garden'


5 Questions With Experiential Artist Ryoji Ikeda

Making Waves: Production brings Hokusai's works to life; Through dance, Japanese instruments and projections



Reference: Contemporary Art Movements



7 Unbelievable and Contentious Takeaways From a New Documentary About ‘Salvator Mundi,’ the $450 Million ‘Lost Leonardo’

'Lost Leonardo' Trailer


MUSIC AND SOUND

Just Released! Lana Del Rey, 'Arcadia' (Official Video)

Her 'Body is a Map of LA' 'And my lips like the fire licks the bay'; the Lyrics to "Arcadia"


When Europe offered Black composers an ear

New Collab! Danny Elfman & Trent Reznor - "True"


What do the bells of Notre Dame 'hear'? Artist Bill Fontana listens to the soul of Paris

Listen to the Soul of the Bell!


WES LANG


Shana Nys Dambrot: Meet Post-Pop Painter Wes Lang


Damien Hirst Chats With Friend and Fellow Artist Wes Lang About Life, Death, and His New Show in Aspen; The pair got together to talk on the occasion of Lang's solo show at Almine Rech



Cudra Clover, 'Hysteria' at MOAH



Brooklyn Rail: In Conversation with John Currin “Once I discovered my love of looking at paintings, I found myself falling in love with different painters.”



Body Image: New Sculpture at Various Small Fires



Ron Athey, Transgressive Performance Artist; Los Angeles-based artist gets his first major US museum show after working on the cultural fringes for decades


AMERICAN WEST IN FLAMES

Why it can take months to subdue some wildfires...

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From Da Vinci to Churchill: What your doodles can mean



Essay by John Tottenham: Gone To The Dogs


ART BUSINESS

Sunny Skies Forecast! Art Basel and UBS Art Market Mid-Year Review 2021; ‘Resilience in the Dealer Sector’: Download the Full Report ... Discover Key Findings


Choose your unicorn: why angel investors are ploughing millions into art startups; What's a unicorn?

Toledo museum receives $2.5 million for staff professional development; Benefactor says, "Early in my career the Toledo Museum of Art helped to pay for my MBA."


Among Works Most in Demand at Auction, Women Artists Were Well-Represented but Still Lag in Market Share: Analysis

Sotheby’s Will Sell the $600 Million Collection of Divorcing Couple Harry and Linda Macklowe, the Market’s Most Coveted Consignment in Years

Silicon Valley Investors Are Backing a New San Francisco Contemporary Art Institution That Promises to Look Beyond White Men; New, non-collecting institution is helmed by Alison Gass

High Net Worth Millennial Women Are Powering a Gallery Recovery and 7 Other Takeaways From Art Basel’s Latest Market Report


Consolidating Art-Market Power, Dealers Lévy Gorvy, Salon 94, and Amalia Dayan Merge to Form an Upper East Side Empire; Joint venture, which came as a surprise to many of the galleries' artists, is called LGDR

Instagram Sensation Jerry Gogosian Explains:



COLLECTORS CIRCLE

I Thought I Knew the Art World—Then I Went to My First Auction

CARLA: Generous Collectors: How the Grinsteins Supported Artists


Collector Venezuelan Tanya Capriles Brillembourg: I Don’t Believe In Creating My Own Museum


Shanghai Night Club Owner Qiao Zhibing Commissions Works by 12 Artists for New Space

Why Jerzy Starak Opens His Collection to the Public


Richard Ekstract Made the Underground Party Introducing Warhol’s First Video; Eileen and Richard Ekstract Collect Art

Esker Foundation: Leader and New Model in the Calgary Arts Community

Shnayerson: Remembering Donald Marron: The Art Collector in His Own Words




BEST OF THE WEEK with JERRY GOGOSIAN, THE INSTAGRAM LAUGH SENSATION!




THE GAME CHANGER


Kimberly Brooks: Interview with the artist and author of the new artworld-changing book The New Oil Painting: Your Essential Guide to Materials and Safe Practices


PHOTOGRAPHY


Journey to the Most Inhospitable Place on Earth: The Skeleton Coast


Georgia Museum of Art receives major photography gift; 3,000 photographs with a current appraised value of nearly $8 million

Shana Nys Dambrot: The Jules Bates “Artrouble” Center Sorts Out a Legacy


Photo London returns as 'an act of resistance'


Mulholland Drive, Lushly Captured in Panorama; Photographer Karen Halverson captures the historic highway in slow, dense detail


Here are the finalists for the 2021 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Dambrot: Norman Seeff: Photographing the Invisible

A Short Film Dives into the 15-Year Photographic Process Behind the Documentary ‘Fantastic Fungi’


Dasha Pears and Her Surreal Photos Convey Psychological States Through Minimal Color-Centric Scenes


A Pioneering Photographer’s Legacy In Algae; In 1843, Anna Atkins created the first book illustrated with photography. It took over a century for her pioneering work to be recognized


JOHN STEPPLING


I Want to be a Real Boy (Part One)
There is an enormous swell of enthusiastic interest in, and belief in, Artificial Intelligence (AI). Now I wrote before about transhumanism and game theory and the political opportunism behind these movements (if that’s what they are) but I wanted to delve more deeply into what the attraction is, not just the marketing of this junk, but the deeper and perhaps previously latent pull such topics have on people.


ARTIST PROFILE: ELIZABETH NEEL


Elizabeth Neel at Vielmetter Los Angeles

Elizabeth Neel Show at Susanne Vielmetter in LA (2012)


Neel at Salon 94

Elizabeth Neel Interview


Interview Magazine’s Interview with Elizabeth Neel, Granddaughter of Alice Neel


Elizabeth Neel: Studio International Interview, 2014


Neel at Pilar Corrias, 2019


Neel at the former Mary Boone Gallery


Guardian Artist of the Week 156: Elizabeth Neel


Elizabeth Neel "Arms Now Legs" at Salon 94, 2021


SURF

John John Florence Releases Extended Outer Reef Cut From Recent Film ‘Maps of Home’

Extended Cut from 'Maps of Home'

The New Dion Agius Film ‘Dark Hollow’ Is a Surf Movie Masterpiece

'Dark Hollow'; Director Dion Agius; Full Length Film

Surfing science: Dependent on weather, defined by the ocean; wave riders are unsung masters of science


New Yorker: Video: Surfing on Kelly Slater’s Machine-Made Wave; With William Finnegan






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