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Finalists For 2021 National Contemporary Art Award Announced

Tuesday, 15 June 2021, 4:39 pmPress Release: Hamilton City Council National Contemporary Art Award judge Karl Chitham has selected 38 entries as finalists in this year’s competition.Faced with a record number of entries, the Dowse Art Museum Director spent nine days reviewing images, video content and artist statements, as part of the shortlisting stage of the blind judging process.“It’s a real privilege to be...

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Tomás Llorens, Key Figure in Spain’s Museum World, Is Dead at 85 – ARTnews.com

Tomás Llorens, an art historian and curator who became a key figure in the history of several major Spanish institutions, has died at the age of 85. El País reported that Llorens expired after a long illness. Llorens was the first director of both the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) and the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, and later worked at the Thyssen-Bornemisza...

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Latest News in Black Art: Julie Mehretu Benefit Auction Sets New Record, Vanessa German Joins Kasmin, Gordon Parks Documentary, Jean-Michel Basquiat & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   vanessa german in her exhibition “MATRIX 174/i come to do violence to the lie” (2016), Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Conn. | Photo by Allen Phillips/Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art   Representation Kasmin announced its representation of Pittsburgh-based artist vanessa german. The New...

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OCMA to Relaunch California Biennial—and More – ARTnews.com

Monday, June 14 Orange County Museum of Art Will Relaunch California Biennial in 2022The Orange County Museum of Art in Costa Mesa, California, will bring back its acclaimed California Biennial, which staged its first edition in 1984. The 2022 California Biennial will be the inaugural exhibition at OCMA’s new 53,000-square-foot at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts when it opens in October of that...

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The Chicago-Based Scientist Who Helped Find Art-World Frauds | Chicago News

Rembrandt van Rijn, “Christ In The Storm On The Sea Of Galilee,” 1633. The recently released Netflix documentary series “This Is a Robbery” explores the twisted story surrounding the theft of 13 pieces of art from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990. One of the potential paths to recovering the $500 million in stolen artwork involves scientific analysis of paint chips, with microscopic detective work...

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Robert Indiana Estate, Morgan Art Foundation Dismiss Lawsuits – ARTnews.com

A three-year-long, multimillion-dollar legal battle between the estate of Robert Indiana and the Morgan Art Foundation, which represented Indiana during his lifetime and owns the copyright to much of his work, including his famed “LOVE” symbol, has culminated in a settlement. Various suits and countersuits that were pending in court were also dismissed. The news was first reported by the New York Times. According...

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High-Tech Works About Human Nature – ARTnews.com

In 2018, a study conducted in Japan by a team of researchers led by Ryota Kondo, Maki Sugimoto, Kouta Minamizawa came to a striking conclusion about virtual worlds. All we need to have a sense of self in them, the researchers wrote, is simply a pair of hands and feet. But what would it take to have a sense of a body that isn’t...

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Dorothea Rockburne Sues Ex-Twitter CEO After His Bathroom Leak Ruined Dozens of Her Artworks + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Monday, June 14. NEED-TO-READ Beijing Steps Up Censorship of Film in Hong Kong – Beijing authorities are expanding their crackdown of criticism of the Communist party in Hong Kong with new amendments to the guidelines for...

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