Archive for May 2019

‘Ernie Barnes: A Retrospective’ opens today at the California African American Museum

Today, an exhibition honouring the late artist Ernie Barnes (1938-2009) opens at the California African American Museum (CAAM). ‘Ernie Barnes: A Retrospective’ will offer a survey of the life and […]

‘Running in Place and Sometimes Walking’: Theresa Chromati’s New York solo debut

In just a few weeks, New York’s Kravets Wehby Gallery will welcome artist Theresa Chromati and her exhibition ‘Running in Place and Sometimes Walking: At Times I Feel Loved and […]

Mana Contemporary launches a platform to connect artists directly to buyers

About a week ago, Mana Contemporary, a New Jersey-based arts organization founded in 2011, introduced the first phase of their new marketplace concept: Mana Decentralized. As a physical and digital […]

The Seeds of Nanette- Hannah Gadsby’s Failed Retirement

When stand-up comedians and their specials make international headlines, more oft than not lately it’s been due to regressive opinions and disturbing actions coming to light. This is one of […]

National Portrait Gallery announces shortlist for 2019 BP Portrait Award

This week London’s National Portrait Gallery (NPG) announced the four artists shortlisted in the running for the 2019 BP Portrait Award. Emma Hopkins for her painting Sophie and Carla, Massimiliano […]

Art Fund announces finalists for the 2019 Museum of the Year

Each year since 2008, the Art Fund has awarded one hard-working UK museum with one of the world’s biggest prizes specifically designed to honour museums: The Art Fund Museum of […]

French court sentences art dealers with prison time for creating ‘fake-genuine’ works by Rodin

Recently, Gary Snell, an American businessman and art dealer, received a one year suspended prison sentence after being found guilty by a Parisian court of appeals for selling unauthorized sculptures […]