Tag: returns

India’s Kochi-Muziris Biennale Returns After Two Years of Delays – ARTnews.com

In a year defined by controversies surrounding large-scale exhibitions, first at the Berlin Biennale and then at Documenta 15, India’s Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) offers a ray of hope. Nurtured for four years by Singapore-based artist Shubigi Rao, the fifth edition of the Biennale, titled “In Our Veins Flow Ink and Fire,” is finally opening its doors on December 23 after being postponed twice due ...

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Arts Council’s ‘$100 & Under Art Market’ returns for First Friday Art Walk

Leslie Forrester, executive director of the Springfield Regional Arts Council, joined us this morning on Arts News to talk about the return of the agency’s annual “$100 & Under Art Market.”“We're kicking off the holiday season with our annual holiday '$100 & Under Art Market,' which will feature 22 artist vendors,” Forrester says. “They’re all local artists/vendors, and you can start your holiday shopping ...

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San Marco Art Festival returns to Balis Park – Action News Jax

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — Making a post pandemic return to the area, the 24th San Marco Art Festival will welcome approximately 25 local and regional fine artists to Balis Park in San Marco Square. >>> STREAM ACTION NEWS JAX LIVE <<<San Marco is a historical center for upscale, trendy clothing boutiques, exquisite restaurants with outdoor café seating, distinguished art galleries, and more, The Square is ...

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New York Art Book Fair Returns For First Time Since Pandemic – ARTnews.com

The New York Art Book Fair may be overcrowded and visually overwhelming, but I’ve missed it. Where else can a blue-chip art gallery, an antiquarian bookseller and a 22-year-old zinester share space for a sweaty weekend? For this year’s iteration, the fair’s first IRL-undertaking in New York since 2019, organizer Printed Matter has taken the fair out of MoMA PS1 and returned to the ...

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Art Industry News: After a Protracted Battle, a Dutch Museum Returns a Kandinsky to a Jewish Collector’s Heirs + 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 Tuesday, September 20. NEED-TO-READ Former U.S. Ambassador Sues Auction House Exec – The former U.S. ambassador to France, Craig Stapleton, has filed a lawsuit against Rodica Stewart, the chief executive of French auctioneer Tajan. He ...

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John Leslie Art Prize returns to Gippsland for 2022 with psychedelic colour

Pops of colour and imaginative places reign supreme in the 20th edition of the prestigious biennial landscape art prize founded by gallery founder, arts patron, and philanthropist John Leslie."The show as a whole just looks spectacular," Gippsland Art Gallery director Simon Gregg said."Colour reigns this year, there is so much colour in here you kind of need sunglasses just to come in."Of the 455 John ...

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The Netherlands Returns 343 Pre-Hispanic Artifacts to Panama – ARTnews.com

The Netherlands has returned a trove of pre-Hispanic artifacts to Panama, aiding the country as it works toward its goal of reclaiming looted cultural heritage from international collections. Some 343 ceramic objects were returned on August 29 in what Panama’s Foreign Minister, Erika Mouynes, has called the “largest repatriation of archaeological pieces in the history of Central America.” The Foreign Ministry also reported that another repatriation of heritage objects is ...

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the art market returns to strong growth in the West

PARIS, Sept. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Global turnover from Fine Art auction sales increased by 8.8% in H1 2022, despite another wave of Covid-19 in China. Artprice counted a record number of auction transactions around the world and observes a growing enthusiasm for works by artists from the second half of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century, whose prices are highly ...

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