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Hunter Biden art pieces go for $75K each at LA show: report

Hunter Biden’s artwork reportedly sold for $75,000 apiece before his official New York City art show even opened. At least five pieces sold, and lawyers have started vetting potential patrons who plan to attend the upcoming show. The pieces sold at an Oct. 1 "pop up" presentation in Los Angeles. The buyers’ identities are unknown, nor is it known if more pieces sold after the presentation, ...

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A Republican Congressman Just Introduced a Bill That Would Require the White House to Report Hunter Biden’s Art Sales

Earlier this month, the White House reportedly reached an agreement with Hunter Biden’s art dealer stipulating that all information related to the sale of the First Son’s artwork—including prices and the names of buyers—would be kept confidential.  It was said that the agreement would prevent bad actors from buying works of art as a way to curry favor with the president. But the move ...

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How Hauser & Wirth Is Elevating Menorca’s Arts and Culture Scene – Robb Report

“We are in the magic business,” declares gallerist Iwan Wirth, sounding every inch the showman. Today, the works he shows at Hauser & Wirth, the acclaimed art gallery he cofounded with his wife and mother-in-law almost 30 years ago, beguile viewers at outposts in major art capitals, including New York, Los Angeles, London and Hong Kong, as well as places where collectors might spend ...

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MACAU DAILY TIMES Macau Answer Report »Art Macao

The Macau International Art Biennale 2021 (Art Macau) will be adding for the first time this year the Creative City Pavilion, which aims to bring together some of UNESCO’s various creative cities.Macau represents the city of gastronomy. Nanjing, the city of literature; the city of design, Wuhan. In Linz, the city of media art, the Pavilion will launch a series of exhibitions, including the ...

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UNESCO Report Warns Stonehenge, Venice, and Iraq’s Ashur Under Threat – ARTnews.com

UNESCO, the United Nations–operated agency, released a report this week that indicated some of the world’s most iconic historic locations could soon be designated as “endangered” on the organization’s World Heritage in Danger list. Stonehenge in England, the Italian city of Venice, and the ancient capital Ashur in Iraq are among those cited in the report. The UNESCO report was issued ahead of UNESCO’s ...

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Full Report: How Much Does an Art Dealer Really Make? We Asked a Few Hundred of Them—Here’s What We Found

Valerie Santerli never imagined that she would be running an art gallery, much less two of them. But when her boss and mentor Robin Rule died in 2013, Santerli decided to continue operating the business. Nearly eight years later, she spends upwards of 60 hours per week managing Rule Gallery’s two locations in Denver and Marfa, with only a few employees to share the load.  ...

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Interpol Has a New App That Will Let You Identify and Report Stolen Art From the Comfort of Your Home + 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, May 7. NEED-TO-READ Deana Lawson Gets the Profile Treatment – Jenna Wortham has written a cover profile on the photographer Deana Lawson for the New York Times Magazine ahead of the opening of her Hugo Boss ...

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Bayeux Tapestry Condition Report Puts Planned Loan to U.K. in Jeopardy – ARTnews.com

A historic loan of the famed Bayeux Tapestry may not come to pass after a condition report revealed damage to the artwork, which is believed to have been commissioned in the 11th century and which depicts imagery related to the Norman conquest of England. The Museums Journal reports that the 230-foot-long work has been found to be in poor condition, with stains and holes ...

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Email shows county commissioner Rodney Ellis concerned over African Art’s ownership months before KPRC 2 Investigates report

Houston – The email KPRC 2 Investigates showcased in Monday night’s report was identified after reviewing thousands of emails through a Texas Public Information Act request. In a section near the end of the email, Ellis wrote, “update agreements with Sam in case he does not own all the art. This keeps me up at night. He need(s) to sign something and notarize it. ...

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Art Basel Report Says 2020 Global Art Sales Fell 22% to $50 Billion – ARTnews.com

Across the international art market, sales of fine art and antiques generated an estimated $50.1 billion in 2020, down 22% from the 2019 total of $64.1 billion, according to the 2021 annual Global Art Market Report sponsored by Art Basel and UBS and written by art economist Clare McAndrew. The result is an even greater fall of 27 percent from the $67.4 billion achieved ...

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