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D.C. Rubell Space Reveals Debut, Big Gift for Met—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines SYNESTHESIA. The U.K. rapper Skepta (“Shutdown,” “That’s Not Me”) is making his debut as a curator this week at Sotheby’s in London, CNN reports. The grime star has guest-curated the house’s “Contemporary Curated” sale, which has previously been helmed by celebs like Virgil Abloh. Bidding begins today in the auction, which includes work by Alex Katz, Banksy, and a painting by Skepta (his first). “When you ...

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Bradford’s big screen gets refreshed Not Just Hockney art exhibition

AN ONGOING art exhibition on Bradford’s big screen has been renewed for the next two months, featuring six more local artists. The Past and Present digital presentation from the Not Just Hockney project again highlights the strong cultural connections in the district between past visual artists and those of today. The man behind the exhibition and Not Just Hockney website, Silsden art enthusiast Colin ...

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Art Industry News: A Major Modigliani Movie Is Coming to the Big Screen, Courtesy of Al Pacino and… Johnny Depp + 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 Tuesday, August 16. NEED-TO-READ Ryder Ripps Sues Yuga Labs – Artist Ryder Ripps has hit back at Yuga Labs, the parent company behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club, accusing its leaders of attempting to silence ...

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What I Buy and Why: Adam and Iris Singer on Finding a Big Treasure at a Tiny Auction House, and the Danger of Purchasing Art via Jpeg

The empty walls of a new home can confer the same daunting and yet thrilling sense of possibility to an art collector as a blank canvas does to an artist. When the couple Adam and Iris Singer relocated from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Paradise Valley, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix, in the mid-2000s, they felt equal parts inspiration and consternation about where to begin.  Over ...

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Margaret Keane, ‘Big Eyes’ Painter, Dies – ARTnews.com

Artist Margaret Keane, whose paintings of big eyed children were incredibly popular in the ’50s and ’60s, died on Sunday at 94, the New York Times has reported. Keane’s paintings were fabulously successful with the public, who not only bought her paintings, but the plates, prints, and a whole range of franchised home goods decorated in her signature style — waifs and children staring ...

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Lausanne Makes a Big Bid to Become a Swiss Art Destination – ARTnews.com

Please don’t mind the gap between Lausanne’s nine-platform train station and Plateforme 10, the city’s brand-new museum district, where three local institutions recently merged to become one. Billed as one of the few museum districts in Europe, this cultural campus takes up 270,000 square feet (the equivalent of 5 football fields) of a former train repair station and includes the institutions Cantonal Museum of ...

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Pocatello art studio has new location, big plans

POCATELLO — A fire that gutted his business hasn’t stopped Sixes Creatives co-owner Josh Pohlman from chasing his vision. The February fire left Sixes, Polhman’s art studio, a charred husk, with Pohlman and his business facing an uncertain future. But less than four months later, Sixes has a new location on Yellowstone Avenue and a full slate of future plans. The new location gives ...

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