Whidbey Art Market returns November 26-27

The creator behind a Nov. 26-27 market showcasing artwork hopes shoppers see value in buying locally this holiday season. Earlier this year, painter and photographer Kim Tinuviel invited Whidbey artists to join the Whidbey Art Market, which hosted a series of pop-up events at different locations across the island. The opportunities provided an opportunity for […]

Magnus Resch’s Online Courses in the Art Market Inspire a New Generation of Collectors

Navigating the art market can often feel like walking through a maze that, by design, only a select few have a map to. Magnus Resch – art market economist, Yale professor, serial entrepreneur, and best-selling author of six books on the art market, including the recently published How to become a successful artist (2021) – […]

Summit Locals Art Market and Rocky Mountain Discount CBD move into Silverthorne outlets

Shannon Jakoby of She Shed That Designs takes inventory inside the Summit Locals Art Market on Wednesday, November 10. Jakoby is the co-owner of the store, which is the newest tenant to open in the Silverthorne outlets.Elaine Collins / Courtesy Photo Two new stores are opening in Silverthorne outlets just in time for the holiday […]

Beeple’s First Physical Art Sale Raises US $ 29 Million at Auction with NFT | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – American digital artist Beeple released his very first physical artwork titled “Human One” with his non-fungible token (NFT), earning US $ 29 million (NT $ 807 million) in of Christie’s 21st Century Art Evening Sale in New York on Tuesday (November 9). Beeple’s NFT video of “Human One” earned him 6,103 […]

What was the art market like during the real roaring twenties? History offers lessons as we enter another decade of decadence

Gertrude Stein held lively salons in Paris. Diego Rivera traveled from Mexico City to Moscow to paint murals. Jacob Lawrence and Romare Bearden, whose families moved north as part of the Great Migration, fueled the vibrancy of the Renaissance from Harlem to New York. The 1920s were when “the world of modern art began to […]

River Falls Selects Artist for First Public Art Commission | Community

River Falls artist Bonnie Rubinstein has been selected to create site-specific artwork to complement the town’s recently updated electrical substation on South Winter Street. Rubinstein’s design was chosen from five proposals received by the Selection Review Committee consisting of the mayor, community members and city staff. The proposed site for the artwork is along South […]

Rugby player turned collector organizes contemporary African art sale for Sotheby’s London

Maro Itoje has organized a selection of contemporary works of art, mainly works depicting black subjects, for the Sotheby’s sale in London from November 4-10. Courtesy of Sotheby’s Text size Maro Itoje, an English rugby player who has collected African art since 2014, has organized an edition of portraits of contemporary African artists and works […]

Committee approves funding for Mvskoke art market 2022

Lani Hansen / Principal Rapporteur OKMULGEE, Oklahoma – The Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council held a meeting of the Business, Finance and Justice Committee on October 21 via teleconference. All adopted laws will be submitted to the full Council at the regular session on October 30. BFJ discussed the following legislation, the interpretation of which […]

Skinner Modern and Contemporary Art Sale Set for November

Skinner Auctioneers will hold a live auction of modern and contemporary art on Friday 12e November 2021. The sale will showcase a diverse selection of Asian, American and European artists whose careers span from the beginning of the Impressionist period to the contemporary market today. The sale features notable examples of acclaimed artists working outside […]

Young emerging artists are propelling the art market skyward

What is clear from recent major contemporary art sales is that booming stock markets and low interest rates are pushing collectors to spend, and they seem to be more interested in works by younger artists. and more diverse. In London earlier this month, nine of the 10 Best Performing Works of Art, that is, pieces […]

Japanese Art Commission Platform CEO Skeb warns of misinformation around NFTs – Interest

Kazunari Kida expressed concern that artists may misunderstand DFTs as a form of art ownership The NFT (Non-Fungible Token) boom has accelerated in the anime and manga industries in recent months, but the practice of tying art to NFTs has also raised concerns in art communities about Potential scams, money laundering and their environmental impact. […]

Mass Effect’s Garrus Is Cooler Than Ever In Epic Comic Art Commission

A new character portrayal from comedic artist Declan Shalvey makes Mass Effect’s Garrus cooler than ever, as the spear watches fans. Everyone’s favorite spear, Garrus Vakarian from the hit video game series Mass Effect, just received new art from acclaimed comic book artist Declan Shalvey. In the past, Shalvey has worked with Image Comics and […]

Journey to Japan at the Bonhams Tradition Travel and Transition Japanese Art Sale in London

London – The fascination with Japan as a travel destination speaks to many. Before the world is ready for tourism again, Bonhams has assembled a collection of Japanese prints capturing the most scenic, albeit uncrowded and isolated, sides of Japan in the 20and century. This collection of Shin Hanga (New Print) by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) […]

Friends of Wheaton Library is hosting a holiday book and art sale November 11-14

The Friends of Wheaton Public Library are busy preparing for the return of the popular holiday book and art sale from November 11-14. The sale features like-new gift books for children and adults, leather-bound treasures, autographed copies, Christmas items, first editions, nostalgia items, silent auctions, and framed and unframed artwork. framed. All items for sale […]

Dunwoody Art Commission Endorses Spruill Butterflies and Carved Wood Mural

The Dunwoody Art Commission approved two public art installations at its October 5 meeting, paving the way for projects including metal butterflies and a carved wood fresco depicting the history of Dunwoody to begin with. The carved wood mural comes from the spirit of the Dunwoody Preservation Trust and will be located outside the Donaldson-Bannister […]

The contemporary art market rebounds with record sales

After the beatings sustained in spring 2020 by the Covid-19 crisis, the contemporary art market has jumped, with $ 2.7 billion in auctions recorded between June 2020 and June 2021, according to Artprice, which released its annual report on Monday. The record figure follows the 36 percent drop hit the market in the first half […]

Weitzman postdoctoral fellow Matthew Miller appointed to the Philadelphia Art Commission

Matthew Miller, a postdoctoral fellow at the Stuart Weitzman School of Design, will serve on the Philadelphia Art Commission, which is the city’s design review board. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney appointed Miller to the nine-member Commission, which is part of the Department of City and Regional Planning, in late August. The Board makes decisions on […]

Red Rock Street Fest offers live music, art sales: Street fest ends Arts Festival on Saturday October 9 | Go out and go

The Red Rock Street Fest will return this year on Saturday, October 9 with a block party featuring live music, art vendors, food trucks, a kids’ tent, crafts and a cafe. outside. Street Fest will run from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. outside of the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. The street festival will close […]

The Recorder – Shelburne Falls Harvest Makers and Art Market will offer locally made goods, fundraiser for humanitarian society

SHELBURNE FALLS – Featuring three new vendors, the second annual Harvest Makers and Art Market held outdoors at The Mill in Shelburne Falls will return on Saturday, October 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The market was first held in 2020 and features the work of resident manufacturers and guest suppliers. Additionally, Saturday will […]

Drogheda Port 2021 Art Commission announces figurative sculptor as winner

The Port of Drogheda has announced that its annual artistic commission for 2021 has been awarded to Drogheda-born figurative sculptor Ms Sallyanne Morgan. Applications from local artists were invited for a work of art from any artistic discipline based on a maritime or port theme. Now based in Bettystown, Sallyanne has spent many years abroad, […]

The 32nd Clatskanie Art Commission Performing Arts Series Continues With Rock Violinist Aaron Meyer and His Five-Piece Group | Local

The Clatskanie Arts Commission continues its 32nd Performing Arts Series with a performance by rock violinist Aaron Meyer and his band at 7:30 p.m. on October 2 at the Birkenfeld Theater of the Clatskanie Cultural Center, 75 S. Nehalem St., Clatskanie . Meyer “performs cutting-edge original music combining contemporary and classical styles of music with […]

Jeffersonville Public Art Commission to Present Scavenger Hunt and Unveil Art Installation | News

JEFFERSONVILLE – A scavenger hunt featuring new sculptures in downtown Jeffersonville is among the upcoming events in the NoCo Arts & Cultural District. On Saturday, the Jeffersonville Public Art Commission will present Jeffrey’s Journey, which features 10 permanent sculptures hidden in downtown Jeffersonville. The mile-long scavenger hunt will run from 1 pm to 3 pm […]

How Streeth is changing the art market

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 12: People walk past the CryptoPunk (NFT) non-fungible digital art token … [+] displayed on a digital billboard in Times Square on May 12, 2021 in New York City. The image is part of SaveArtSpace’s “Pixelated” public art exhibit that will feature 193 CryptoPunks from Larva Labs on phone […]

An Evolution of Space: The Salida Public Art Commission hosts an open house – by Brooke Gilmore

On September 13, the Salida Public Art Commission hosted a public feedback meeting to gather ideas for the upcoming “Spirit of Salida” project. The project site is the former skate park located at First and G Street. During the meeting, community members were asked to share their likes, dislikes, and conceptual ideas for the project. […]

International Folk Art Market Announces New Executive Director |

Despite the myriad of challenges stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, including general cancellations in 2020, the International Folk Art Market ended up having a relatively successful event in 2021 spanning several weekends and by implementing security protocols and timed ticketing. And now, in afterglow, the busy arts market has announced that CEO Stuart Ashman, who […]

Deciphering the Da Vinci Code of the Art Market

Authenticating works of art has never been an exact science. A recent notorious case concerns the famous Salvator Mundi. Possibly painted (at least in part) by Leonardo da Vinci, Salvator Mundi broke all previous auction records with its 2017 sale by Christie’s New York for over $ 450 million. The mysterious buyer turned out to […]

House Republicans investigate sale of Hunter Biden art

Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are investigating “possible undue White House influence” around the upcoming sale of Hunter Biden’s artwork, according to a letter from the committee’s top Republican. The letter, written by Congressman James Comer of Kentucky, asks Georges Bergès, the gallerist negotiating sales of Biden’s paintings, to provide the committee […]

International folk art market achieves sales of $2.23 million

Berta Servin Barriga of Mexico shows off her embroidered clothing and other textiles at the 15th annual International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, Saturday, July 14, 2018. (Eddie Moore/Journal) The 2021 edition of the International Popular Art Market is a success. On Friday, market officials said more than 9,000 people attended the event, which […]

Market Overview: Behind Prince Gyasi’s Rapid Rise in the Art Market and Beyond

Between high-level collaborations and strong exhibitions at major fairs, it is likely that Gyasi’s profile will continue to rise as the demand for his work becomes increasingly international. Last February, the artist was featured in fashion mogul Virgil Abloh’s Spring / Summer collection for off-White. The live fashion show, which premiered on Abloh’s Imaginary TV […]

8 Black Art Advisors Transforming the Art Market from Within

Alaina Simone worked in several galleries, including the GR N’Namdi gallery, before becoming an artist liaison officer, curator and member of the board of directors. She approaches her interdisciplinary career with reverence and respect for the artists she works with and the clients she sells to, and draws on her own artistic training. “I grew […]

Refreshing the Memory Wall: Public Art Commission’s Restoration of Trade Street Folk Art to be Celebrated in Early August | Arts

TOM PATTERSON Special Correspondent Two years after local officials and citizens began discussions about restoring a popular public artwork in downtown Winston-Salem, the project is complete. A public unveiling and related events are scheduled for the first week of August. The “Peace and Love Memorial Wall” faces the sidewalk on the east side of Trade […]

Art Association of Oswego to Host Member Exhibit, Small Art Sale, Raku Rendezvous | arts and entertainment

OSWEGO – The Art Association of Oswego has three upcoming events scheduled for July. The first will be the 31st Annual AAO Member Art Exhibition, which will be held from July 17 to August 15. There is an open call for members of the local community to submit original artwork for inclusion in this exhibition. […]

Audemars Piguet Art Commission: The moon is leaving us by Phoebe Hui

Audemars Piguet has long been an enthusiastic supporter of contemporary art, believing that, like mechanical watches, works of art represent much more than what you can actually see. To put this philosophy into action, the Audemars Piguet Art Commission is a bi-annual event that celebrates art across the world. Every two years, an artist who […]

Did the Nazis force an art sale? The question persists 88 years later.

The Nazi authorities dismissed Curt Glaser from his post as director of the Berlin Art Library in April 1933 because he was Jewish. He was also evicted from his home and, the following month, sold most of his art collection in two auctions. Since 2007, 13 private collectors or institutions – including the Dutch Restitution […]

Fashion icon Anna Dello Russo is curator of the contemporary art auction at Sotheby’s in Milan

Futurismo rivisito by Mario Schifano Courtesy of Sotheby’s Text size Italian style icon Anna Dello Russo has lent her creative vision to Sotheby’s, selecting a selection of contemporary art that the auction house will offer next month in Milan. Russo, 59, editor-in-chief of Vogue Nippon, is known the world over for her eccentric street fashion. […]

How collectors can advocate for a more climate-friendly art market

Many prominent collectors have a platform and an audience, and they can keep the conversation going on climate change. Born from the TBA21 collection by Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza in Vienna, TBA21-Academy is a contemporary art organization whose mission is to raise awareness about the preservation of the world’s oceans. For co-founder Markus Reymann, if the rise […]

Maine College of Art’s online summer art sale benefits artists, designers and students

Maine College of Art’s (MECA) annual COLLECT Online summer art sale, benefiting from scholarships, artists and designers, is a unique opportunity to discover emerging artists, see new works of established artists and build art collections, all without leaving home. Head over to shop.meca.edu now to see some of the finest artwork made in New England […]

Lock-Up Art Sale is a Good Opportunity to Recoup Top Talent Investment | Newcastle Herald

news, local news, The Lock-Up, James Drinkwater, Michael Bell, Lucas Grogan, Newcastle art It’s back in force. Find yourself a Drinkwater, or Bell, or Gardiner, or Marti, or Grogan. The Lock Up creative space in Hunter Street, Newcastle East, will launch Collect, its annual fundraising art exhibit, Friday at 5:30 p.m., featuring for sale over […]

In detail: How Young Money is changing the art market in Hong Kong

Sotheby’s senior auctioneer Ian McGinlay drew the attention of the sparsely populated downtown Hong Kong room, calling “Going once.” I go there twice! before slaughtering his hammer on “Sheng Shi Xue” by Franco-Chinese artist Chu Teh-Chun. After more than 70 bids and more than 20 minutes of deadlocked bidding, thunderous applause resounded in the auction […]

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