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Stolen Klimt painting might have been found in gallery wall

More than 20 years ago, a painting by Gustav Klimt was stolen from a modern art gallery in Piacenza, Italy.

An artist walks into Art Basel Miami Beach and eats a banana…

In 1982, Andy Warhol ate a Whopper as part of Jørgen Leth’s ’66 Scenes from America.’ In the 16th century,

‘Rumors of War’, by Kehinde Wiley, inspired by US Civil War monuments

Amidst the tourists snapping selfies, dozens of large screens boasting advertisements of every type, and the people dressed up as

A new exhibition explores the complexities of the hoodie

There are few items of clothing as socially, politically and racially charged as the hoodie. It has come to represent

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LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art to recognize union

Late last week, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles announced that it had agreed to recognize a

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X-Mas With the Surrealist Sculptor Daniel Giordano: The Immersive Trend Challenges Emerging Artists

HUDSON VALLEY — The misty blue light, which faded away on the drive to Cold Springs NY, made me feel

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The Bouvier Affair: The Art of Deception?

The art world most commonly makes front-page news when there’s a daring heist, such as the stunning theft this week of up to a billion euros of treasures from Dresden’s Grüne Gewölbe, or the spiriting away of the Mona Lisa

Danish court sides with Tal R blocking watchmakers from cutting up his work

Yesterday, a Danish court sided with Tal R, a Denmark-based artist, ruling that a duo, who wanted to cut up a painting they owned by the artist to use in the manufacturing of their watches, would infringe copyright laws. The

The Baltimore Museum of Art will only acquire work by women artists in 2020

With 2020 right around the corner, the time for New Year’s Resolutions is coming right up. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced a major resolution: to only acquire works by women artists in 2020. Earlier this year, the museum

Baltimore Museum of Art to collect works by women artists only in 2020

The Baltimore Museum of Art has decided that next year, they’re embarking on a serious effort to help change the imbalance of male to female artists. During 2020, the museum will only buy artworks by artists who are female and

‘Rumors of War’, by Kehinde Wiley, inspired by US Civil War monuments

Amidst the tourists snapping selfies, dozens of large screens boasting advertisements of every type, and the people dressed up as various superheroes around Times Square, you’ll find a large-scale sculpture. Upon first glance, it looks like a traditional war monument:

Anonymous Was a Woman art prize recognizes ten significant women artists

Recently, ten women artists were announced as the recipients of the 2019 Anonymous Was a Woman (AWAW) art award. Offering recipients a $25,000 unrestricted grant, the AWAW award recognizes women artists over 40 years of age who ‘have made significant

A new exhibition explores the complexities of the hoodie

There are few items of clothing as socially, politically and racially charged as the hoodie. It has come to represent a modern day parable of social inequality, youth culture, racism, fear and style all at once. It’s also the star

How the American Museum of Natural History addressed a dated diorama

Today, millions of Americans will sit down to enjoy a Thanksgiving Day spread of turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and a plethora of other artery-clogging foods, yet delicious, foods. Today, Thanksgiving is more of less a day to

Making the workplace an art place: London exhibition by Curaty enters its final weeks

In just a few weeks, a unique exhibition of works will wrap up at Trivandi, a company founded out of the organising committee for the 2012 London Olympics. Their office, near London Bridge, isn’t the first place you’d think of

The search for priceless treasures stolen in Dresden continues

Just over a day into the hunt for a trove of treasures stolen from the Grünes Gewölbe (Green Vault) in Dresden and it seems that police have still not found the individuals responsible for one of the biggest heists in

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