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19th-Century Potter Thomas Commeraw Finally Gets His Due – ARTnews.com

For nearly two centuries, scholars had assumed that, like many other master potters in early 19th-century Manhattan, Thomas Commeraw was white. For one, Commeraw made salt-glazed stoneware, a technique brought to New York by German immigrants, and his first appearance in the city’s records, a 1795 directory, misspelled his name as “Commerau,” which made scholars speculate he was of French descent. (His surname might, ...

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A.I.R. Gallery Broke Barriers by Showing Women and Nonbinary Artists. Now the Collective’s Story Is Finally Being Told

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of Artists in Residence, Inc. (A.I.R. Gallery), the first nonprofit artist-run cooperative gallery for women artists in the United States. In recognition of that milestone, the organization is launching a new digital archive and exhibition that covers the first half of its history. “A.I.R. has been the home for so many incredible women and nonbinary artists,” ...

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ICOM finally agrees what a museum is

The International Council of Museums (ICOM) has voted to agree a new definition of a museum. The Art Newspaper reports that, at the council’s General Assembly in Prague on Wednesday, 92 per cent of representatives from more than 500 museums voted in favour of the new definition, which for the first time includes values such as ‘accessibility’, ‘inclusivity’ and ‘sustainability’. The update to the definition has ...

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Michael Heizer’s ‘City’ Is Finally Complete – ARTnews.com

At long last, Michael Heizer’s installation City (1970–2022), a vast complex of sculptural interventions in the Nevada desert, is finally complete. On Friday, the Triple Aught Foundation, the nonprofit Heizer had founded to help fund the epic project, announced that visits can be made to City starting on September 2 by reservation only. It will be the first time that the general public is ...

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Latest News in Black Art: Scholar/Artist Michael D. Harris Died, Chase Hall Joined David Kordansky Gallery, Qualeasha Wood Now Repped by Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, Edmonia Lewis Finally Gets Degree & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Artist Chase Hall. | Photo by Nick Sethi   Representation Artist Chase Hall joined David Kordansky Gallery. His first solo exhibition with the gallery will be on view in New York in fall 2023. Hall splits his time between New York and Los Angeles. ...

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London’s Elizabeth Line finally opens—we take a look at the ambitious art commissions across the train stations of the £19bn project

Nearly four years late and costing around £19bn, London’s east-west Crossrail project is at last (almost completely) open for business. Now known as the Elizabeth Line in honour of HM’s platinum jubilee, it is a major feat of engineering, boring down through the centre of London to link Heathrow Airport and Reading in Berkshire in the west to Abbey Wood in south-east London and ...

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That Highly Controversial Philip Guston Exhibition Will Now Finally See the Light of Day + 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, April 26. NEED-TO-READ Osman Kavala Sentenced to Life in Prison – The Turkish businessman and art philanthropist was sentenced to life in prison without parole in Istanbul yesterday. Kavala had been detained without a conviction in ...

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