The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York will sell the 1946 painting through Christie’s; it is estimated to garner between $12 and 18 million.
Also, a work by Paolo Uccello, sold in a Sotheby’s sale this July for $3.1 million, was revealed to be looted by Nazis.
Also, MoMA Chairman Leon Black is expected to be subpoenaed in the Virgin Islands in connection to his business dealings with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and more.
Also, an ancient burial ground was discovered in Japan, Magnum Photos will reexamine its archive following allegations that it sold photos that promote child abuse, and more.
Also, a portrait by Amoako Boafo was acquired by the Guggenheim Museum, and more.
Also, the Tenement Museum Union filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, and more.
Also, Congress passed legislation to create the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Latino, and more.
Friends and family remember Rebeccah Blum, who was killed in Berlin on July 22.
Also, artists responded to the Goya CEO’s comments about Donald Trump, and more.
Also, the French government drafted a law requiring that several high-profile objects be restituted to Benin and Senegal within a year, and more.
ecofeminism(s) at Thomas Erben Gallery offers an urgent reminder of our present climate and human rights emergencies. Likewise, the works featured imply that another world is, and has always been, possible.
Also, Korean-American artist Kate Bae was attacked in Manhattan’s Bryant Park, and more.