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8 Brilliant Shows to see in London post-Frieze Week, From a Bruce Nauman Survey to Artemisia Gentileschi’s Big Retrospective

Much like most events this year, the main London Frieze fairs did not take place in-real-life and instead, they awkwardly

Five galleries to check out (virtually, of course) during London’s Frieze Week

Usually, by now, London’s Regent’s Park would be a buzz with the first weekend of Frieze Week in the books.

New public art project in London will display works by Ai Weiwei and Eddie Peake on Europe’s largest billboard

Every evening from October 1 until the end of the year, at precisely 20:20 GMT, Europe’s largest billboard will pause

Gerhard Richter windows play key role in giving German abbey new lease on life, may be the artist’s swan song

One of the oldest abbies in Germany, once struggling to stay afloat, has now become the site of what may

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Courtauld Ph.D. finds that a young Edward Hopper copied other artists

Being self-made is among the highest honours in American culture; it’s one of the cornerstones of what Americans, at least

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Three southern California institutes seek to better support underrepresented students and faculty

Three institutions in southern California have created internships, endowments, and programmes to better support Black and underrepresented faculty and students.

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Clore Duffield Foundation announces £2.5m in grants for UK arts organisations while V&A announces 103 redundancies

In an attempt to help lessen the burden that the COVID-10 pandemic has placed on UK arts organisations, the Clore Duffield Foundation has announced that it will distribute grants totalling more than £2.5 million. The grants will head to 66

One of the last privately owned Botticelli portraits could fetch $80m at auction

It was during the Early Renaissance years when portraiture first came to be considered high art. Florentine master Sandro Botticelli pioneered this change, by depicting several of his subjects with unprecedented directness and insight, long before Leonardo da Vinci gave

Courtauld Ph.D. finds that a young Edward Hopper copied other artists

Being self-made is among the highest honours in American culture; it’s one of the cornerstones of what Americans, at least historically, have strived for right alongside the “American Dream.” It’s also a notion long associated with the American painter Edward

Decision to delay Philip Guston retrospective until 2024 for concerns over content draws criticism

Once delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a retrospective of works by Philip Guston will now be delayed until 2024. The traveling exhibition, entitled “Philip Guston Now,” has been in the works for a long time, but will face another

Art World Roundup: the newest on Robert Indiana, Artist Relief to continue through December, Time mag honours 3 artists, and more

This week’s Art World Roundup includes good news for US artists looking for support as Artist Relief will continue through December, three artists are honoured with spots on the 100 most influential people of 2020 list released by Time magazine, and

From the basement to the gallery wall: masterworks plucked from obscurity

The small, postcard-sized painting known as Head of a Bearded Man, has once again regained pride of place in Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum after years in storage. The Rembrandt Research Project had branded the work a fake in 1981, but recent

Activist Emery Mwazulu Diyabanza faces trial in Paris after taking restitution into his own hands

Before June, people, particularly in the museum world, were probably unfamiliar with Emery Mwazulu Diyabanza. However, the 41-year-old Congolese activist now faces a series of court dates, the first of which is next week in Paris, for demonstrations he led

Gerhard Richter windows play key role in giving German abbey new lease on life, may be the artist’s swan song

One of the oldest abbies in Germany, once struggling to stay afloat, has now become the site of what may be the last artwork by artist Gerhard Richter. Earlier this month, a series of stained-glass windows designed by the German

Go bananas: Maurizio Cattelan’s “Comedian” gifted to the Guggenheim

Art isn’t always bowls of apples, pears, and grapes, sometimes, it’s a banana, and sometimes it’s a banana that’s made its way into the Guggenheim’s collection. Of course, we’re talking about the banana that made headlines last year at Art