Cuttoli recruited artists like Picasso and Man Ray to design textiles for her workshops in Algeria and shop in Paris, bringing Modernism to a broader audience in the early 20th century.
The raffle for Pablo Picasso’s “Nature Morte” (1921) raised over $5.59 million, most of which will be used to provide clean drinking water and renovate facilities in Cameroon, Madagascar, and Morocco.
Where did Cranach’s nudes come from?
The streaming platform has added new documentaries about artists, joining its existing collection of films on Pina Bausch, Roy DeCarava, and others.
Paper, in short, was at one with Picasso’s nature.
83-year-old Jaime Botin received an 18-month jail sentence, which will likely be deferred in light of his age, first-time offender status — and because he’s super-rich and a member of an influential banking family.
Shakeel Massey, a 20-year-old from north London, was arrested for allegedly ripping the $26 million painting. The damage to the artwork is being assessed by a Tate conservation team.
In her new book, Suzanne Preston Blier seduces the reader with a reinterpretation of the painting, based on sources she claims no Picasso scholars have addressed before.
A French charity is raffling a Picasso still life this coming January. The proceeds from the draw will go to providing clean water to communities in Cameroon, Madagascar, and Morocco.
Pierre and Danielle Le Guennec’s Picasso stockpile was estimated to be worth €70 million (~$77.5 million).
A steadfast feminist in a male-dominated art world, Joanna Drew was among a handful of individuals who shaped contemporary visual art in Great Britain post-World War II.
Two exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art revel in the unique strangeness of one’s mind.