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Kamel Mennour to show ‘rediscovered’ Caravaggio in Paris gallery

The famous painting depicting Judith beheading Holofernes, which recently caused controversy for its attribution to Caravaggio by the Old Masters

“The Horrifically Real Virtuality”: Where B-Movies Come To Life

I am welcomed by looming tentacles and a crashed UFO at the top of the stairs of The Phi Centre

Iranian artist Masoud Akhavanjam to present two works alongside the Venice Biennale

Alongside the Venice Biennale, the GAA Foundation will present their exhibition ‘Personal Structures: open borders.’ The exhibition will be open

The Black Model at the Crux of Western Culture: Sweeping Exhibition at Museé d’Orsay

Manet, “Olympia” as installed at the Musée d’Orsay The “Black Models” show at the Orsay Museum in Paris reveals the

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In memoriam: fantastical French sculptor and designer Claude Lalanne (1924-2019)

French artist Claude Lalanne, who achieved cult status with her whimsical sculptures, furniture, jewelry and cutlery, often depicting flora and

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Larry Gagosian launches an art advisory firm

The 73-year-old mega-dealer Larry Gagosian is starting an art advisory firm in New York, appointing former Christie’s executive Laura Paulson

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Iranian artist Masoud Akhavanjam to present two works alongside the Venice Biennale

Alongside the Venice Biennale, the GAA Foundation will present their exhibition ‘Personal Structures: open borders.’ The exhibition will be open to the public, free of charge, from May 11th through November 24th and will boast European and non-European artists. The

Paris’ Notre Dame engulfed in flames

Only a few hours ago, Notre Dame cathedral in Paris caught fire and was subsequently evacuated. The enormous blaze has continued as firefighters have worked hard to control and extinguish the blaze, which Paris officials are saying could have started

The Black Model at the Crux of Western Culture: Sweeping Exhibition at Museé d’Orsay

Manet, “Olympia” as installed at the Musée d’Orsay The “Black Models” show at the Orsay Museum in Paris reveals the Western neglect of the female archetypal, which accounts for racial and gender subjugation and ultimately disregards for the planet itself.

Gagosian Borrowed a Rembrandt for a Face-Off With His Roster of Artists

Gagosian’s white walls are the last place where you would expect to see an actual Rembrandt, but if you find yourself at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill between April 12 and May 18, you just might. Rembrandt’s masterpiece Self-portrait with Two Circles (1665)

A Night Less Starry- The Auction of Van Gogh’s Gun

On June 9th, 2019, the rusted husk of a 7mm Lefaucheux revolver will go up for auction. This weathered skeleton sat untouched and unseen in a field in the French village of Auvers-sur-Oise for approximately seven decades, from the 1890s

Jimmie Durham to receive this year’s Golden Lion

This year, the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement will be presented to American artist Jimmie Durham on the opening day (May 11th) of the 58th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The announcement came on April 4th after Durham

Portrait of Kevin Spacey at the V&A museum raises questions

London’s Victoria & Albert Museum is facing a backlash for planning to exhibit a portrait of the now-disgraced American actor Kevin Spacey in a show set to open in late April. The actor is currently being trialed in the US

Andres Serrano puts Donald Trump on display in huge way

Artist Andres Serrano has never shied away from creating art that makes a stir. Though not entirely created with shock value in mind, his works intimately deal with spirituality and physicality that often result in an intense feel. His newest

Artist highlight: Cj Hendry

Cj Hendry might not be a conventional artist by definition, but she’s paved her own way into the art world and she persists in doing things her own way – and it’s working. Unlike artists who have their start honing