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Seeking to Cultivate Young Collectors, Art Intelligence Global Is Teaming Up With a Japanese Streetwear Brand to Stage Roving Shows

Art Intelligence Global (AIG), the advisory firm founded last year by former Sotheby’s bigwigs Amy Cappellazzo, Yuki Terase, and Adam Chinn, is moving into the gallery world—and they’re joining forces with a high-profile streetwear brand to do it.  Today, the company announced that it has partnered with the fashion label Onitsuka Tiger to launch Tiger Gallery, a roving art initiative that will put contemporary ...

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Art Industry News: Museums Are Cutting Back Global Ambitions to Refocus on Wellness and Local Communities + 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 Friday, June 3. NEED-TO-READ Museums Are Still Closed in Shanghai – The city’s two-month hard lockdown officially lifted on June 1—but museums, alongside gyms and theaters, remain closed and have been given no timeframe for reopening. ...

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“Slip Zone” Highlights Global Connections in Postwar Abstraction – ARTnews.com

In the exhibition “Slip Zone: A New Look at Postwar Abstraction in the Americas and East Asia” at the Dallas Museum of Art, Jackson Pollock’s 1947 painting Cathedral hangs near a photograph documenting Gutai artist Kazuo Shiraga painting with his feet at the “2nd Gutai Art Exhibition” in Tokyo in October 1956. Standing shirtless with his pants rolled up, he almost seems to be ...

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[Interview] Saatchi Art and Samsung The Frame Art Store Take Virtual Art to a Next Level – Samsung Global Newsroom

Samsung’s Art Store boasts an extensive library of artwork thanks to its expansive partnerships with artists and galleries around the world. Its partnership with renowned digital art gallery and network Saatchi Art has brought some of the most highly viewed artworks in the Art Store to home, and is one of Samsung’s longest-standing partners since the 2017 launch of The Frame.   Based on ...

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Can You Heist Street Art? Yes You Can, and Right Now There’s a Massive Global Crime Spree Going On + 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 Friday, April 8. NEED-TO-READ Hew Locke Works Will Adorn the Met –  The Guyanese British artist will create four sculptures to adorn its Fifth Avenue facade. The project, titled “Gilt,” is the third in the ...

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a new little history of art offers a global perspective

Walking in the footsteps of Ernst Gombrich must be daunting, but the art historian Charlotte Mullins was determined to write a “new history of art”, bringing to the fore artists and movements omitted by the renowned Austrian-born art historian in his epochal publication The Story of Art (1950). Mullins’s A Little History of Art follows the Little Histories format devised by Yale University Press ...

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In Sign of Booming Art Market, Top Advisory Firms Form Global Alliance – ARTnews.com

As the art market heats up ahead of the May auctions, two top advisory firms today announced a new global alliance. The Fine Art Group, the 20-year-old London-based investment and advisory firm, and Schwartzman&, a multifaceted advisory business started two years ago by veteran art adviser Allan Schwartzman, will work together on multiple aspects of their dealings. Fine Art Group founder Philip Hoffman, a ...

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Global Art Market Rebounds to Pre-Pandemic Level – ARTnews.com

After a significant drop-off in 2020, the global art market returned to pre-pandemic levels in 2021, generating $65.1 million, according to an annual survey published today by Art Basel and UBS. That figure is about $15 billion more than the one reported last year by McAndrew for 2020, and just above the $64 billion she reported in 2019. Economist Clare McAndrew, who authored the report, surveyed ...

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Christie’s Appoints Andrew Fletcher to Head Global Old Masters Sales – ARTnews.com

Several months after announcing his departure from Sotheby’s in May, Andrew Fletcher has been appointed as Christie’s global head of the house’s Old Masters department. He will be based in London. “After 20 years there, it was time for something new,” Fletcher told ARTnews. Fletcher joins Christie’s after nearly two decades at Sotheby’s, where he most recently served as head of the Old Masters ...

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Surrealism goes global, artists open their studios and Damien Hirst shows a macabre master – the week in art | Art and design

Exhibition of the weekSurrealism Beyond BordersAn ambitious attempt to see surrealism not just as something that happened in Paris, Belgium and Spain but as a global movement with branches from Egypt to Mexico. Tate Modern, London, 24 February to 29 August.Also showingA Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920-2020How artists create their own caves of creativity, from Picasso to Walead Beshty and Kerry James Marshall. ...

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