Tag: Fine

Art Industry News: Two Climate Activists Slapped With a Nominal Fine for Gluing a Dystopian Image Onto a Famous Constable Painting + 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 Wednesday, December 7. NEED TO READ Miami Beach Sculpture Sparks Controversy – The public is debating whether the government should use city funds to buy art after Miami Beach bought a $80,000 installation by Cuban ...

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December exhibit to open at Justus Fine Art Gallery

The December exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will feature a selection of work by artists including Susan Baker Chambers, Matthew Hasty, Robyn Horn, gallery owner Dolores Justus, Sammy Peters, Tony Saladino, Sandra Sell, and Gene Sparlings.The gallery will host a reception from 5-9 p.m. Friday as part of the monthly Gallery Walk in downtown Hot Springs. The exhibit will be on display through ...

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The FTX Collapse is Not the End of Crypto and Fine Art NFTs – ARTnews.com

The acceptance of NFTs by the traditional art market has been challenging.  While some projects have enjoyed financial success and critical acclaim, others have languished, unsold and buried in a pile of visual noise.  And, just as the art world was warming up to fine art NFTs thanks to thoughtful projects like Frank Stella’s Geometries on Artist Rights Society’s ARSNL platform or Peter Wu’s ...

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Mega-Collector Ronald Perelman Is Suing to Recover $410 Million for Art He Says Lost ‘Oomph’ After a Fire at His Hamptons Estate. His Insurance Companies Say It Looks Fine

Late on the night of September 28, 2018, a fire broke out at billionaire financier Ronald Perelman’s East Hampton estate, known as the Creeks. Multiple firefighting teams from neighboring towns raced in to assist and, after approximately two hours, finally extinguished the blaze. Roughly a month later, the New York Post reported that most of Perelman’s multimillion-dollar art collection was unharmed, and, since the fire ...

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Las Coronas – Fine dining, art and a warm atmosphere

The first thing that strikes you on walking through the doors of Las Coronas Bar Restaurante in Altea is the effortlessly elegant décor, including displays of artwork by local artists, their warm and welcoming terrace and a large and inviting bar. Following its opening nine years ago, owner Remco Vermeulen has definitely stamped his mark on the place, creating a popular eaterie with an ...

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Royal Fine Arts Museum of Antwerp Reopens with Slick Modern Art Wing – ARTnews.com

Antwerp, the northern port of Belgium, is a city of gems, some of them literal—it’s a diamond capital of Europe—and others cultural. Two of them are the studio of Peter Paul Rubens and the Royal Fine Arts Museum of Antwerp (KMSKA), keeper of one of the most important collections of Flemish Old Masters. Both of these sites are currently in expansion mode. This weekend, ...

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‘Stunning’ DMU exhibition of art by MA Fine Art graduates opens to public

A three-foot pig watching cartoons, a video of a character called misery, portraits which question ‘what is beauty?’ and swirling psychedelic paintings rooted in mythology and spirituality are just some of the works forming an exhibition by Fine Art students opening today at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU). The MA FIne Art graduates during a preview show of their work ‘Therefore I Am’ showcases ...

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Visit stately home for fine art and antiques fair

Visit Duncombe Park while browsing fine art and antiques from 30 businesses, from September 16 -18 in North YorkshireWhether you are a collector looking for antiques and fine art, or just want to enjoy a day of bargain hunting and a peak inside the rarely open Duncombe Park in Helmsley, the September fair is a must on the calendar.From Georgian to stylish Art Deco ...

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In 2022, Dark Horse Comics and Dark Horse Direct will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart’s seminal Eisner Award-winning comic The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects with a brand-new fine art print, featuring all-new art by Mignola and Stewart. This limited-edition print measures 18” x 24”. It will be limited to 300 prints and will retail for $49.99. Fans ...

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