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The New York Times Calls Artnet’s Wet Paint the ‘Essential’ Chronicle of NYC’s Downtown Art Scene + 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, March 8. NEED-TO-READ Twombly Foundation Sues the Louvre – Tensions between the Cy Twombly Foundation and the Louvre have erupted into a lawsuit. The foundation filed suit in a Paris court on Friday demanding the...

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“Weltlandschaft” by Emma Webster at Carl Kostyál Gallery, London – StreetArtNews

Carl Kostyál London will be presenting Weltlandschaft, Emma Webster’s first solo show with the gallery. The exhibition opens on 11thMarch and runs until 5th April 2021. The exhibition comprises a series of large oil on linen works, painted with a seductive fluidity and bravura. They are, both in their subject and in-and-of-themselves, contemporary landscape paintings.b-sm = none; sm > 728x90;b-sm = 300x250; sm > none;Webster’s...

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Lake County News,California – CDFW seeks artists to enter annual California Duck Stamp Art Contest

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife invites artists to submit their original artwork to the 2021-2022 California Duck Stamp Art Contest. Submissions will be accepted April 26 through June 4.The artwork must depict the species selected by the California Fish and Game Commission, which for the 2021-2022 hunting season is the gadwall. These common dabbling ducks are similar in size and shape to...

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The 10 Most Expensive Jean-Michel Basquiat Works Ever Sold at Auction – ARTnews.com

The years 1981 to 1984 were a brief period of intense artistic output that cemented Jean-Michel Basquiat’s place within the canon of art history. Initially working under the moniker SAMO, Basquiat, a friend of artist Keith Haring and actress Patti Astor, became an integral member of the social circle around the Mudd Club, the night club–gallery hybrid that defined downtown that decade.  In 1981,...

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Art world reels as New York gallery Metro Pictures announces closure

Installation view of Isaac Julien, Lessons of the Hour–Frederick Douglass (2019) at Metro Pictures, New York Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York Metro Pictures, the New York gallery indivisible with the Pictures Movement of the 1980s, has shocked the art world by announcing it will soon close.In an email, founders Helene Winer and Janelle Reiring announced on Sunday 7 March that...

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ART home delivery significantly improves viral suppression

March 08, 2021 1 min read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Barnabas R, et al. Abstract 111. Presented at: Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections; March 6-10, 2021 (virtual meeting). Disclosures: Barnabas reports receiving support from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your...

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Suffolk student represents state in art contest  – The Suffolk News-Herald

A Suffolk fourth-grader recently represented the city at a national art convention. Emery McGee is a fourth-grader at Kilby Shores Elementary School who has a talent for art. Her drawing for the Virginia 2021 Flag Design contest won first place in the state. Angie Salerno, the art teacher at Kilby Shores Elementary School, has been a member of the Virginia Art Education Association since...

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Best Encaustic Paints for Artists – ARTnews.com

Get painting like a busy bee and try your hand at the encaustic technique. Encaustic painting, which some call hot wax painting, is the art of applying melted pigmented beeswax to a variety of surfaces. This versatile painting medium can be layered, sculpted, collaged, and combined with other diverse processes to beautiful effect. While many artists make their own pigments, the process can be...

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Mariane Ibrahim to Open Paris Gallery Featuring Art from the African Diaspora

Just two years after moving her eponymous gallery from Seattle to Chicago, Marian Ibrahim is to open an outpost in Paris in response to growing demand from European collectors for work by Black artists, Artnews reports. The new gallery will open in September in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, with a group show; among the artists Ibrahim currently represents are Amoako Boafo, Lina Iris Victor, Clotilde...

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