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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Nicola L., an overlooked female pioneer of the Pop Art movement, has died at 81. Nicola L. leaves behind a legacy of fearless, offbeat sculpture. 19 unmissable museum shows to see in Europe in 2019. PODCAST: The Best of 2018 by Charlotte Burns. Arty films and books to watch out for in 2019. 11 places to travel for creative inspiration in 2019. January gallery shows to see around the world. The largest […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): The unforgettable works of 15 artists who died in 2018. The Biennials coming up and not to miss in 2019. The 15 biggest art historical discoveries of 2018. Here are 16 other amazing discoveries of 2018. The museum openings you won’t want to miss in 2019. The 20 most expensive artworks sold at auction in 2018. Will the art market comes to its senses in 2019? An artist’s guide to the best […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): The 10 artists that broke into the art market big leagues in 2018. What the 7 biggest art lawsuits of 2018 mean for the art market. 16 globetrotting art aficionados tell us about the most memorable shows they saw in 2018. A year in visual culture and the people who defined it. 8 art advisors tell us which artists you should be watching (and buying) in 2019. The most influential artists of […]
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Making a statement during the holiday season in his own unique way, Banksy has created a new piece in  South Wales. Featuring a boy enjoying what appear to be snowflakes while trying to catch some on his tongue, the mural turns dark when you look around the corner and realize it’s actually ash from a burning dumpster, not snow. Surely a commentary on Port Talbot (one of the most polluted areas in the UK) where the piece is located, a video (seen below) from the […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): The best public art of 2018 – Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s The Mastaba (seen above). Here are 32 inspiring museum exhibitions to see across the US over the holidays. Here are 11 remarkable, witty, and utterly unique holiday gifts you can buy from museum shops across the US. Hoarding and spending at Art Basel Miami Beach. 5 Art Basel-featured women artists you need to collect in 2019. The 2018 auction market—price is right […]
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Camille Rose Garcia has been recognized as one of the most important figures in the Pop Surrealism and Lowbrow art movements in the last two decades. Simultaneously, she has been somewhat a promotor of Mexican culture-inspired art with her vibrant and energetic works, filled with spiritual and psychedelic imagery. After years of creating quirky images that resonate with contemporary culture, as well as with the comics, music, and other alternative culture movements, Garcia has built a large following ranging from young aspiring creatives to high-end […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Street art is on the rise at fairs—but does it undermine the point? Complete Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 coverage. The artists everyone talked about during Art Basel in Miami Beach. Art Basel in Miami Beach’s opening day sales reflect a hesitant market. How are emerging art dealers dealing with the gallery crisis? Dealer Howard Read announces new art commissions, bids farewell to ‘Castelli model’ of doing business. How this year’s Art […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): 2018 Miami art fair week cheat sheet. How to buy at Art Basel in Miami Beach on a budget. Is Jim Carrey an outsider artist? With his debut at the Outsider Art Fair he may redefine the term. We asked 5 young art collectors how they landed their most elusive trophies. Here’s Cultured’s list of 30 artists under 35 to watch in 2019. 27 artists on the worst (and best) advice anyone ever […]
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Tomorrow (November 30th) is the public opening of Ethereal at Goldman Global Arts in Miami, Vhils’ (interviewed) latest solo show. Timed perfectly to coincide with this year’s Basel Week Miami, the debut solo exhibition for the gallery inside The Wynwood Walls will highlight the Portuguese artist’s unique mark-making as well as his skills with multiple techniques and mediums. To welcome in fans who come for a visit, he has also created an intervention on the facade of the gallery that mirrors the pieces he leaves on the streets all around the world. Vhils […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Banksy market accelerates following shredding stunt. Has the art market reached a stage of end-game nihilism? Kenny Schachter on NY’s $2 billion auctions. 5 key trends from New York’s $2 billion auction week. The biggest winner of auction week and 12 other takeaways from New York’s $2 billion sales. The highs and lows of New York ‘gigaweek’. Rembrandt painting featuring artist’s ‘fingerprints’ to go on sale in London. Why the Christie’s and […]
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More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): David Hockney is now the world’s most expensive living artist. Exclusive PODCAST interview with David Hockney, the world’s most expensive living artist. Multiple records set for black artistst at $362.5 million night at Sotheby’s. Edward Hopper’s “Chop Suey” sells for $91.9 million at Christie’s sale of Ebsworth Estate. Phillips $88.5 million contemporary sale comes up short, with passes on Burri and Pollock. Broadening the sales strategy for Latin American art has been a […]
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After first introducing his work back in 2016 and hosting a solo exhibition during last year’s Moniker Art Fair in London, Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles will be opening the debut North American solo show by Dulk on December 1st. Legacy is shaping up to be the Spanish artist’s largest showcase to date, including a new series of 24 pieces ranging from an impressive 1 x 2 meter show title piece all the way to pencil drawings on paper. An artist whose creative output started at an […]
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