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Art Industry News: Jeremy Shaw Is the Latest Artist to Drop Off of Galerie König’s Roster + 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, November 25. NEED-TO-READ Art Museums Grapple With Identifying Climate Activists – Activists wanting to “shock people” into acting on climate change by targeting artworks have put museums into a difficult position as they are ...

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My evening at Sophie Tea’s latest art gallery in Carnaby: Review

On Thursday, September 22, myself, and other profound art lovers attended the launch night of Sophie Tea’s art gallery in Carnaby Street. Carnaby Street is home to the most creative and luxurious fashion and lifestyle boutiques in London, and has plenty of eye-catching, beautifully executed features across the pedestrian streets. Sophie’s latest gallery, Sophie Tea, is located in the heart of Carnaby at 5 ...

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Veteran Collector Chara Schreyer Discusses Her Latest Book ‘Making Strange’ – ARTnews.com

A lifelong collector with a master’s in art history from the University of California, Berkeley, Chara Schreyer, the daughter of Holocaust survivors who built a real estate empire in California, has published two books on her collection. Art House (2016) showcases how the collection, which includes works by Marcel Duchamp, Robert Gober, Louise Nevelson, and many others, is installed across her five homes. The ...

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Meet ‘Loab,’ the Latest Example of A.I.-Generated Art Creeping Out the Internet (Sorry in Advance for the Nightmares)

Just in time for Halloween, a macabre image of a woman with sunken eyes and bloody cheeks, known only as “Loab“, has been haunting the internet. In an even stranger twist of digital fate, the creepy avatar was made by artificial intelligence (A.I.), prompting speculation that her darkness emanates from some eerie, horror-infused wave of emerging consciousness.  The story goes like this: Loab was ...

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Elizabeth Peyton Paints ‘Bones and All,’ Timothée Chalamet’s Latest – ARTnews.com

Bones and All, the new Timothée Chalamet–led Luca Guadagnino cannibal film that is about to debut at the Venice Film Festival, has a new poster, and it came courtesy of the painter Elizabeth Peyton, who’s known widely for her portraits of celebrities and close friends. The Bones and All poster that can now be seen hanging around Venice shows Chalamet and his co-star Taylor ...

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Artist Katie Stout Take Us Inside Her Latest Work in Progress: A Church She’s Converting to a Studio for Her Whimsical Ceramics

From her ceramic “Lady Lamps” (cartoonish clay women, sometimes appearing to be made of fruit, holding lampshades over their heads) to her purely ornamental, bronze-bezeled “Wall Jewelry,” Katie Stout’s practice straddles functional design and abstract sculpture. She deftly references sources as disparate as Victorian lace patterns and suburban kitsch, all while subverting expectations of form, function, and traditionally female craft techniques—and with humor. Born ...

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Latest News in Black Art: Alteronce Gumby Joins Nicola Vassell Gallery, Lubaina Himid Wins Major Artist Prize, Historic Board Appointment at VMFA & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Artist Alteronce Gumby. | Photo by Katharina Balgavy   Representation Abstract artist Alteronce Gumby (above) is now represented by Nicola Vassell Gallery in New York. Gumby makes “vivid interstellar paintings that emerge from his profound fascination with the cosmos and theories of energy. His ...

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City announce latest digital art collection: City Breaks

Manchester City has today announced its fifth collaborative digital art drop, City Breaks, created by Perry Cooper. Following the success of Manchester City’s existing digital art collections, the upcoming collaboration continues to build the Club’s presence and collector community in the NFT space. ‘City Breaks’ comprises five pieces by British 3D motion graphics artist, Perry Cooper, Gym Bag, Moon Dance, It’s in the Bag, ...

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Latest News in Black Art: Lorna Simpson’s Portrait of Brittney Griner Covers Time Magazine, Johnson Publishing Archive Ownership Transfer, First Major Monograph of Hurvin Anderson & More

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   Time, Aug. 8/Aug. 15, 2022: Artwork by Lorna Simpson for TIME, Source photograph by Stephen Gosling—NBAE/Getty Images   Magazines Time magazine commissioned artist Lorna Simpson to illustrate its latest cover (Aug. 8/Aug. 15, 2022) featuring WNBA star Brittney Griner, who has been detained in ...

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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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