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published inthe sponsor More than just a website address, .ART is a bold statement of dedication to art. according to ART March 25, 2024March 22, 2024 Screenshot of elanatsui.art Artists define their identities on their own terms, proving it through passion, persistence and talent. Many choose themselves. ART domain. More than a website address, .ART is a bold statement of one’s identity as an artist. It’s about making a statement that goes beyond just setting up an online wallet. In a world where digital presence increasingly reflects offline reality, securing a .ART domain is a strategic move for any artist…

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During the development of a fine arts museum in Vannes, Brittany, northwestern France, excavations revealed the remains of a medieval castle. Everyday Heritage Château Lagorce, which currently functions as a hotel, was built in the 18th century. The excavation began in the courtyard of a century palace. Researchers from the French National Institute for Archaeological Research found that the castle was built around 1380 by Jean IV, Duke of Brittany and Count of Montfort from 1345, and 7th Earl of Richmond from 1372. The structure was known as the Château de l’. It was built to assert Hermine and Duke’s…

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On March 13th, Free Arts NYC will hold its annual art auction on Artsy to support arts education and youth mentoring in underserved communities. Now in its 27th year, the event features artwork by Elizabeth Glaessner, Katherine Bradford and Christopher Wool. Without a title (2009) is the auction’s most valuable lot, with bids starting at $400,000. Each year, the auction supports 1,500 young people between the ages of 5 and 23 in partnership with more than 30 schools, community centers and transitional housing centers. A silent auction is being held at Artsy in conjunction with the live event, and lots…

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The European Graduate School is delighted to announce the course calendar for the 2024 sessions in Saas-Fee, Switzerland (July 29-August 25) and Valletta, Malta (October 2-16). Join a unique group of returning teachers to learn with us in person or online, including: Catherine MalabouMladen dollarSlavoj Žižekthrough ElieAlenka ZupančičChristopher Fynsk Avital RonellFrank RudaWonderful woubshetAchilles the DeadSven-Olov WallensteinJack Halberstam This year we are also very pleased to welcome teachers Jodi Dean and Kevin McLaughlin. See the schedule of seminars and their topics. Individuals may attend these EGS sessions as students enrolled in our MA and PhD programs or as guests. You can…

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Marian Zazeela, an artist whose abstract drawings and light installations depicted dreamlike states, died at her home in New York on Thursday at the age of 83. The MELA Foundation, the organization he founded with his partner, artist La Monte Young, announced his death on Friday, saying he died of natural causes while sleeping. Zazeela made works that did not fit neatly into the boundaries of any movement, although he flirted with the aesthetics of Minimalism. By his own admission, he produced “borderline art,” his favorite term for works that “challenged the usual distinction between ‘frontiers’ and fine art, using…

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Art MarketArun KakarArt Basel Basel, 2023. Courtesy of Art Basel. Art Basel and UBS’s annual “Art Market” report was released today, revealing an art market currently navigating an “uncertain economic and political future.” The eighth edition of the report, released by Art Basel and UBS, is authored by cultural economist Dr. Clare McAndrew and includes data from a variety of sources including Artsy, art dealers, auction houses, collectors, art fairs and databases. Here, we share five key ones.1. Until 2023, the value of sales decreased, but the volume increasedThe headline figure in this year’s report confirms what many in the…

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In 2022, the arts and cultural industries continued to have a significant impact on the United States economy, generating a record $1.1 trillion in economic activity, or 4.3% of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP), according to a new study. From the US Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account (ACPSA).The ACPSA report, released March 25, is the result of a collaborative research effort between the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). By tracking the economic value of arts and cultural production across 35 industries, including commercial enterprises and non-profit organizations, the report seeks…

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The galleries and auction houses participating in this year’s Asia Week New York achieved $100.8 million in the 15th edition of the annual event. The nine-figure tally includes sales reported by 21 of the 28 participating galleries (two of which did not sell) and five of the six auction houses, as iGavelAuctions still conducts sales online.Brendan Lynch, president of Asia Week New York, said in a statement that sales were “strong at auction houses and galleries.” The $100 million figure is nearly a quarter (24.1%) lower than last year’s sales, when Asia Week sold $131.2 million from 22 of the…

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Baseera Khan experimented with “acoustic sound blankets” during a summer 2015 residency at the Arts Center on Governors Island, New York, inspired by the ferry there. “I found that the sound of the large groups queuing to get on a ferry and then being on the water was really loud… And so I decided it would be a good time to create a kennel system for myself,” Khan said. Hyperallergic. The residency, called “Process Space,” was sponsored by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC). Khan, a performance, sculpture and installation artist, conceived the idea of ​​connecting sound and objects to…

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California lawmakers have introduced a bill to give Holocaust survivors and their heirs a better chance to recover artwork stolen or forcibly sold during periods of political oppression. Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel (D-Encino), chairman of the California Legislative Jewish Caucus, which chaired the legislative session, said. Los Angeles Times Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum was inspired by a ruling this January that decided it could keep a Camille Pissarro painting taken from its Jewish owner by the Nazi party. Related Articles “I immediately felt that this was a great opportunity for me to correct a historical injustice and prevent something like this from…

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