Over 140 artists and celebrities contributed to Show Me the Signs, a live auction and exhibition at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles that benefits the #SayHerName Mothers Network.
Meanwhile, a new report commissioned by the Dutch culture minister suggests the return of “any cultural objects looted in former Dutch colonies if the source country so requests.”
The Resale Royalty Award Program offers living artists 5% — the highest royalty threshold worldwide — of the proceeds from secondary market sales, at up to $85,000 annually per artist.
“Grande femme I” (1960), a spindly female figure cast in bronze, had a minimum bid of $90 million in a “sealed bid” private sale.
A self-taught artist, former antiques dealer, and history buff, Andrew LaMar Hopkins centers the often difficult-to-categorize nature of creole identity.
A petitioner has abandoned claims filed with the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Education challenging the sale of Jackson Pollock’s “Red Composition,” which realized $13 million.
Often dismissed during his lifetime for his emphasis on kitsch and craft, it is high time that Centurión gets his due.
The artworks, which include significant pieces by Lucas Cranach the Elder and Francesco Botticini, are estimated to accrue $2.3 million to $3.5 million in total at Christie’s today, October 15.
The BDC’s 6th annual photo auction benefit, open through October 22, features a diverse set of images that engage with issues of social justice and themes of social change.
Focusing on 50 artist-writers often overshadowed by their male contemporaries, Women in Concrete Poetry breaks from more traditional histories, much like the innovative figures featured.
Members of a Pan-African group stood trial in Paris on charges of attempted theft for an action staged at the city’s Quai Branly Museum.
Considered to be a national treasure, the “Taddei Tondo” could protect about 40% of Royal Academy workers from job loss.