Tag: Frank

Emily B. Frank on Shifts in Conservation and the Importance of Collaboration – ARTnews.com

Q&A with Emily B. Frank, objects and sculpture conservator. What does your role as an objects and sculpture conservator entail? There are a lot of ways to be a conservator, and my career is currently very multifaceted. I’m pursuing a PhD at New York University’s Institute for Study of the Ancient World, where my dissertation examines the way that Roman people and artists manipulated their materials ...

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Frank Stella is making an NFT—but why?

I have to admit that when I first heard that Frank Stella was dropping an NFT my first feeling was that of dread. As a perpetual student of painting—and an American one at that—I learned much from Stella’s direct and physical dealings with material, form and surface. There are few, if any, living artists whose work has dealt so purely with what it means ...

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By Buying Frank Stella’s New NFTs, You Get the Rights to Print His Art – ARTnews.com

The Artist Rights Society, an organization that helps artists with copyright and licensing, is inaugurating a new Web3 platform. Titled Arsnl, it will launch on September 9 with a series of NFTs by Frank Stella. Stella may be most widely known for his spare paintings of the 1950s and ’60s, which are considered forerunners to the Minimalist art movement. But the 86-year-old artist has ...

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Frank Auerbach: Unseen review – art that restores a sense of what it is to be human | Painting

It would be lovely to write about Frank Auerbach, just once, without mentioning his childhood, and I suspect the artist would prefer it. But as war once again destroys cities and people in Europe, his story has terrible relevance. Frank Helmut Auerbach was born in Berlin in 1931. When he was seven his Jewish parents sent him to Britain. He never saw them again: ...

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Frank Gehry Designs $350 M. Colburn School Expansion—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 WAR IN UKRAINE. The U.K. has barred arts exports to Russia in its sanctions package, the Financial Times reports, but one expert questioned the impact of the move, since many arts businesses have already halted shipments. Speaking of moving art, Bloomberg’s James Tarmy checked in with two brave Ukrainian art dealers, Oleksandr (Sasha) Shchelushchenko and Katia Vozianova, who have been working to ...

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USC Sells Frank Lloyd Wright House in Deal to Secure Preservation – ARTnews.com

The University of Southern California (USC) has sold a historic residence built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1924 to a Los Angeles real estate developer, in a private deal that will see the fragile site permanently restored. The home was purchased by Richard E. Weintraub, president and CEO of the Weintraub Real Estate Group, the Los Angeles Times first reported. The 2,800-square-foot building located ...

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