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NBC’s ‘The Good Place’ makes the Getty Center its own heaven

For centuries, people and artists have tried to envision what heaven must look like. John Martin painted a sweeping landscape

A Banksy for Valentine’s Day?

Banksy’s back at it for Valentine’s Day. A Banksy-esque mural popped up in the artist’s hometown of Bristol yesterday and

Art critic apologizes for broken artwork at Mexico City art fair

When you break something at work it can make for a bad day. Who hasn’t worked in retail and had

British Museum staff back weekend protestors who used a Trojan Horse to call for BP ties to be cut

Over the weekend, demonstrators gathered inside and out of the British Museum (BM) to protest its connection to BP, a

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$10,000 AWARE Prize will recognise 20th century female artist at the Armory Show

As the kick off to the 2020 edition of the Armory Show edges closer and closer, the fair has announced

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Amoako Boafo makes his auction debut with a major sale of a work completed less than a year ago

Phillip’s postwar and contemporary art evening sale on Thursday in London was less of a smashing success  but a few

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British Museum staff back weekend protestors who used a Trojan Horse to call for BP ties to be cut

Over the weekend, demonstrators gathered inside and out of the British Museum (BM) to protest its connection to BP, a major oil company. Following those events, members of the BM’s staff have echoed the protestors’ sentiments also calling for the

For three nights only, Louvre extends blockbuster da Vinci exhibition to an all-night affair

Who hasn’t stayed up until midnight to see the premier of a long-anticipated movie? Well, get your coffees ready as the Louvre will be adding tickets to see its blockbuster Leonardo da Vinci exhibition but the catch: the tickets are

A €100 raffle ticket could win you a painting by Picasso

In 2015, Pablo Picasso’s Les femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’) set the artist’s auction record when it sold for a whopping $179.3 million at Christie’s. But, what if you could snag a Picasso for €100 ($110 or £85)? A French nonprofit

Why should the art world be concerned about the prevalence of export bans?

Five years after he dramatically attempted to smuggle a rare Pablo Picasso painting out of Spain, Jaime Botín— the ex-president of Spanish financial institution Bankinter—has been sentenced to three years in jail and lumbered with a €91.7 million fine. The

Art Basel Hong Kong cancelled due to coronavirus

As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the world, causing global concern, illnesses, and in some places, death, Art Basel Hong Kong has now fallen victim to the outbreak. Yesterday afternoon, the 2020 edition of the fair, which was

Christie’s 100, where bidding started at just $100, wrapped up with success

Yesterday, an online auction at Christie’s wrapped up but this auction wasn’t like most of the art world’s sells today. Christie’s was hoping to bring in new clientele and first-time bidders in an abnormal way, and it worked well. The

Two men confess to stolen Klimt found in gallery wall

When a gardener found Gustav Klimt’s Portrait of a Lady in the garden wall of the very gallery the painting was stolen from more than 20 years ago, it shocked the art world and left a lot of unanswered questions.

Art Lesson: The history of Art Deco

Purpose of this lesson: Entering a new decade means entering into a new, exciting time. If you take a second to think about it, each decade of your life has brought on incredible new things, there have been times of

Tate posts a £40k ‘Head of Coffee’ job and faces backlash over low curator pay

Despite the backlash, Tate has defended its latest job posting for a head of coffee role with a salary of nearly £40,000, slightly more than the average salary of a London-based curator. Criticism of the role highlights how low museum