Art World Roundup: Pokémon cards set auction record, man arrested for break-in at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and more

This week’s Art World Roundup looks at a record-setting series of Pokémon cards, a City of London decision to remove statues of two men tied to the transatlantic slave trade, […]

SFAI Board of Trustees elects Lonnie Graham to succeed Pam Rorke Levy as Chair

The San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) has announced that Pam Rorke Levy will be replaced by Lonnie Graham as Chair of the Board of Trustees. The SFAI has been fighting […]

Art World Roundup: the future of Nick Cave’s “Truth Be Told”, an update in the notorius Gurlitt trove, a faked Albers, and more

In this week’s Art World Roundup we look at the future for Nick Cave’s Truth Be Told and the Robert S. Duncanson artwork gifted to President Joe Biden and Vice President […]

Among his final executive orders, Trump lists 244 names for proposed National Garden of American Heroes

Just days before leaving Washington DC, soon to be former President Donald Trump issued an executive order with a list of 244 people who could be memorialized with a statue […]

New UK laws to make it more difficult for “woke militants” to remove public statues

In the last year, there has been a reckoning with statues and monuments honouring and glorifying problematic events and people of the past. This week, UK Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick […]

Art World Roundup: from new stamps honouring Greta Thunberg to a new blue pigment hitting the market

This week’s Art World Roundup, covers a new stamp series in Sweden honouring the work of activist Greta Thunberg, the first reports of damages to the US Capitol Building, and […]

Art World Roundup: ringing in the new year with a controversial sculpture in Brazil, the US’s Public Domain Day, an El Greco attribution, and more

From us here at Art Critique , we hope your year has gotten off to a great start, despite the challenges that we continue to face, globally. We’re jumping into […]