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Hyde Park Art Center Launches ‘Pay as You Can’ Model | Chicago News

Effective Spring 2022, an art school just south of the city will be the first of its kind—offering tuition free art classes for emerging and developing artists of all ages. “People look out for you here.” When you’re here you’re family. That’s how art student Sheila Clay at the Hyde Park Art Center describes her experience and says it’s what keeps her coming back. ...

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Spain Finalizes Agreement to Pay to Keep Baroness Thyssen’s Collection – ARTnews.com

The Ministry of Culture in Spain has officially finalized an agreement to loan the collection of Baroness Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza for an annual fee of 6.5 million euros ($7.8 million), El País reports. Though steps had been made toward the agreement in February, it wasn’t until this week that the 15-year deal was made official. Spain’s Minister of Culture, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, said to ...

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Art world: pay attention to anti-Asian abuse, activists urge

Demonstrators take part in a rally to raise awareness of anti-Asian violence at the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo in Los Angeles, California, on 13 March Photo: Ringo Chiu/AFP via Getty Images A global movement against the radical rise in hate crimes against Asian people is now gathering momentum in the art world. Since the 18 March killing of eight people—including six ...

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San Francisco to pay ‘essential’ artists $1,000 per month basic income in pilot program amid pandemic

You could call it art for art's sake -- plus $1,000 a month.San Francisco plans to start paying 130 local artists $1,000 a month starting in May through the fall in a pilot program announced on Thursday. It follows other so-called "universal basic income" efforts being launched in California amid the coronavirus pandemic."From the first day the pandemic arrived in San Francisco, we knew that this health crisis ...

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The British Museum Wants to Hire a Curator to Fix Its Biggest Problems (Without Having to Pay Too Much) + 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, March 10. NEED-TO-READ Meet the Early Investors in NFTs – Who on earth is actually spending tens of thousands of dollars (or more!) on NFT art? ARTnews offers an introduction to some of the cryptocurrency-rich players, ...

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Art-World Luminaries Pay Tribute to Revered Old Master Dealer Richard Feigen

Art dealer Richard Feigen, a connoisseur of Old Master art, died on Friday morning in Mount Kisco, New York, due to complications from COVID-19. He was 90 years old. Feigen, who ran galleries in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles, supplied numerous important artworks to more than 100 museums around the world, including the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National galleries of Washington ...

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UK Galleries Will Benefit From a Court Ruling Forcing Insurers to Pay Businesses for Losses Incurred During Lockdown

Art galleries are among the hundreds of thousands of UK businesses that are celebrating after the country’s highest court ruled that insurers must pay out to policyholders for coronavirus-related losses. The country’s Supreme Court ruled that “business interruption” insurance policies should cover financial setbacks incurred during the ongoing pandemic and enforced lockdowns.  The ruling was handed down on Friday, January 15, when Supreme Court ...

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Seller of Counterfeit Frans Hals Ordered to Pay Sotheby’s $5.73 M – ARTnews.com

The seller of an allegedly forged Frans Hals portrait will have to reimburse Sotheby’s $5.37 million after a London appeal court decided to uphold a ruling issued less than two weeks ago, the Art Newspaper reports. The investment company Fairlight Art Ventures, owned by American hedge fund manager and art collector David Kowitz, and London’s Mark Weiss Gallery bought what they believed was an ...

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Pay For a Virtual Tour of Artemisia Gentileschi Show—and More News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News In a new digital initiative, London’s National Gallery is charging for a virtual tour of its long-anticipated Artemisia Gentileschi exhibition. Pace is moving its London operation into the former Blain Southern gallery, a space double the size of its current location.  Four reparation activists who made international headlines for removing an ...

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