Tag: Estate

Joan Didion’s Estate Heads to Auction—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 THE ARTISTS SPEAK. Jayson Musson, who shot to fame as the wise art YouTuber Hennessy Youngman, has his first museum show up at the Fabric Workshop in Philadelphia, and is in the New York Times. “Jokes can be powerful, but it’s not easy to tell a good joke,” he said. Feminist great Suzanne Lacy has a ...

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Art Industry News: Top Wall Street Guru Says He’d Rather Invest in Art and Real Estate Than Stocks Right Now + 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 this Tuesday, May 24. NEED-TO-READ Canadian Museums’ $617 Million Rebuild Draws Criticism – In British Columbia, a new proposal by the provincial government to spend CA$789 million ($617 million) to rebuild the Royal BC Museum in Victoria ...

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Supreme Partners with Photographer Roy DeCarava’s Estate for New Line – ARTnews.com

Roy DeCarava’s famed photographs may normally be the stuff of gallery exhibitions, but this spring, they will also figure on clothing put out by Supreme. The collection, which features a hoodie and two T-shirts printed with black-and-white images of anonymous Harlem subjects shot by DeCarava, is set to be released in the U.S. and in Japan on May 19 and 21, respectively, DeCarava, who ...

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Frida Kahlo’s Estate is Developing a TV Series Based On Her Life – ARTnews.com

The estate of celebrated Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and Miami-based BTF Media have partnered to produce a TV series based on the life and works of Kahlo. Kahlo has been the subject of a slew of multiple films, documentaries and shorts. She was most famously portrayed in Julie Taymor’s Oscar-winning 2002 biopic “Frida,” starring Salma Hayek who garnered a best actress nomination for her ...

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Estate of Billionaire Collector Daniel Wildenstein Settles Tax Suit – ARTnews.com

More than 20 years after the death of billionaire art dealer Daniel Wildenstein, his estate has settled with a dispute with the IRS. The family will have to pay some $17 million in taxes. Wildenstein was the heir to an important family of art collectors and dealers who founded the gallery Wildenstein & Co. in 1875. A dispute over the family’s assets, including thousands ...

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Pacita Abad Estate Gets Gallery Representation Ahead of Retrospective – ARTnews.com

Ahead of a major U.S. retrospective due to open in 2023, the estate of Pacita Abad, a pioneering Filipina artist whose work has become a staple at international biennials, has joined New York’s Tina Kim Gallery, which specializes in Asian contemporary art. The arrangement marks the first time that Abad or her estate have ever had gallery representation. The gallery’s first Abad show is ...

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Robert Indiana Estate, Maine Attorney General Reach $2 M. Settlement – ARTnews.com

As part of a complex and long-running legal dispute, lawyers for the Robert Indiana estate agreed to pay out more than $2 million to the Maine Attorney General’s Office, which had claimed that legal representatives for the estate were paying themselves too much money. The Maine Attorney General began investigating those payments in 2020, and said on Monday that lawyers for the estate had ...

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Three new non-profit spaces challenge the dominance of real estate and the market in China’s contemporary art ecosystem

A spate of new art nonprofits in mainland China are breaking the blue-chip mould to forge quirkier, more considered curatorial paths. Shanghai’s Longlati Foundation recently inaugurated an exhibition space focused on 20th-century women artists, minority artists and Chinese artists born since the 1990s. Nurturing young local talent is also the ambition of Macalline Art Center, which opens on 15 January in Beijing’s 798 arts ...

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Maryan Estate Gets Gallery Representation with Kamel Mennour – ARTnews.com

By 2021, few in the art world remembered Maryan, a painter born in Poland who during the postwar era became one of the first to explicitly contend with the horrors of the Holocaust. With a retrospective that recently opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Maryan has drawn newfound fascination, and now, the artist’s estate has gotten gallery representation at Kamel Mennour, ...

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