Author: Artworld Daily

“I didn’t want to be an artist,” Rose B. Simpson told me over the phone from her studio in Santa Clara Pueblo, an indigenous community outside Española, New Mexico. “I wanted to fly airplanes and helicopters. I only made art as a kind of priority.’ Working in large-scale ceramic sculpture, custom cars, fashion and performance, as well as music, the artist has appeared at the nation’s most prestigious institutions, including the Denver Art Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Art and SITE. Santa Fe She recently had a solo exhibition at San Francisco’s Jessica Silverman Gallery, and is one of the Indigenous…

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Art historian and The story of art without men Released by author Katy Hessel Museums without mena new series of audio guides designed to highlight the work of women and gender non-conforming artists in public museum collections.The series, coinciding with Women’s History Month, debuted with five museum guides that can be viewed in the galleries or online. Hessel’s guide to San Francisco’s Fine Art Museums launched on March 1, and will be followed by guides to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (March 8), the Hepworth Wakefield (March 19), the Hirshhorn Museum and the Sculpture Garden (March 22). , and Tate…

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Cornelia Schimmele, “I’m Not Holding My Breath,” 1982/2016, ink print on Hahnemühle paper, 16 2/5 x 11 7/10 inches, 6 + 2AP edition (Photo by Bernd Hiepe; courtesy © the artist and Galerie Judin, Berlin) Cornelia Schimmele, “I’m Not Holding My Breath,” 1982/2016, ink print on Hahnemühle paper, 16 2/5 x 11 7/10 inches, 6 + 2AP edition (Photo by Bernd Hiepe; courtesy © the artist and Galerie Judin, Berlin) Cornelia Schimmele, “I’m Not Holding My Breath,” 1982/2016, ink print on Hahnemühle paper, 16 2/5 x 11 7/10 inches, 6 + 2AP edition (Photo by Bernd Hiepe; courtesy © the…

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The extensive collection of Cuban philanthropist and art collector Rosa de la Cruz will be sold in a series of auctions beginning this May at an evening sale in New York. De la Cruz, who died last month at age 81, was instrumental in Miami’s art scene. Together with her husband Carlos, she opened a 30,000-square-foot museum in Miami to display their contemporary art collection, which includes 1,000 works. Those responsible for these works range from blue-chippers like Wade Guyton and Albert Oehlen to younger artists like Su Su and Christina Quarles. Thanks to their collection, the de la Cruzes…

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Art MarketMaxwell RabbLast year was amazing for the secondary market. Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips—the broad public barometers of market performance—reported a decline in sales for 2023, characterized by persistent economic uncertainty. In 2024, there are more rumors of positivity. Although economic growth is expected to slow and geopolitical tensions remain, falling inflation and widespread forecasts of lower interest rates are providing reasons for optimism, a sentiment reflected by positive stock market noise of late.Three months into 2024, data collected by secondary market dealers—spanning from London to Hong Kong—paints a nuanced picture. On the one hand, there is a clear gravitation…

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Mrs. Rabbit pours tea on Peter Rabbit while her other children watch. (1902–1907) (© Victoria and Albert Museum; image courtesy of Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd.) Famous children’s author and illustrator Beatrix Potter lived as well as one might expect. He reached an international audience from his home in the fairytale landscape of England’s Lake District, where he wandered his sheep farm, wrote letters to children and investigated the miniature worlds beneath his feet through a magnifying glass attached to a wooden walk. stick But his work is not limited to books The story of Peter Rabbit (1901) or Benjamin…

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Last Thursday’s Christie’s 20th and 21st century and “The Art of The Surreal” sales brought in £196.7m ($250.4m), £166m and £233m (£213.1m and £299.2 million dollars) within the estimate. . In total, there was an increase of 17% from the equivalent sales made by the auction house last year. (All prices include taxes.)The sales set four new auction records, led by Jadé Fadojutimi The Woven Warped Ponder garden (2021), which sold for £1.6 million ($2 million). The sale marks the third time in the past five months that the British artist has set a new auction benchmark Surprise my attitude…

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On a sunny but chilly Sunday afternoon, hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists unfurled a giant quilt on the steps of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, calling for an end to Israel’s hostilities in Gaza. Today, March 24, the action that started around 12:40 has brought together more than 350 participants. Entitled “From Occupation to Liberation,” the quilts consisted of 65 artworks by various anonymous artists, some featuring traditional Palestinian motifs. sometimes embroidery Other squares referenced the poet Refaat Alareer, who was killed by Israeli bombing in Gaza, and Thomas Kilpper’s “Jenin Horse” (2003) – a 16-foot sculpture that previously stood…

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To receive morning links in your inbox every weekday, sign up with us Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. TITLES MOROCCO PAVILION DOWN THERE. To the surprise of Moroccan exhibitors, after being replaced at the last minute in what would have been the country’s first Venice pavilion, Morocco has completely canceled its participation in the exhibition, which was due to open in April, and it is not clear why, according to reports. Art Newspaper . In January, the artists Safaa Erruas, Majida Khattari and Fatiha Zemmouri, and the curator Mahi Binebine, in what they called a “nightmare”, learned that the artworks they…

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ArtMaxwell RabbPortrait of Kim Yun Shin. Courtesy of the artist, Lehmann Maupin, New York, Seoul and London; and Kukje Gallery, Seoul and Busan.Kim Yun Shin learned to make art from poverty. Born in the northern region of Korea in 1935 as a result of the Japanese occupation, the artist developed his creativity with the few materials at hand: drawings and objects with sticks, sorghum straws and melted candles. Before fleeing to Seoul with her mother, Kim – now 88 – lived with her five siblings in the rural town of Anbyon until she was 10 years old. There, he grew…

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