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The Frick Collection exhibits two restored Renaissance paintings by Paolo Veronese

Paolo Veronese (1528–1588), St. Agatha Visited in Prison by St. Peter, 1566–67, oil on canvas, 65 1⁄2 × 81 1⁄2 inches, San Pietro Martire, Murano; photo: Ufficio Beni Culturali del Patriarcato di Venezia.

NEW YORK, NY.- This fall, The Frick Collection presents a focused exhibition on two important Renaissance paintings by the celebrated artist Paolo Veronese (1528– 1588), St. Jerome in the Wilderness and St. Agatha Visited in Prison by St. Peter. While the paintings are known to scholars, their remote location in a church in Murano, an island in the lagoon of Venice known today for its glassmaking studios and shops, has made them difficult to study. St. Jerome in the Wilderness has been exhibited outside the church only once—in 1939, in the Paolo Veronese exhibition at Ca’ Giustinian, in Venice— while St. Agatha Visited in Prison by St. Peter has not left the church since being installed in the early nineteenth century. These two rarely seen canvases left Italy for the first time since their creation, over 450 years ago. And thanks to Venetian Heritage and the sponsorship of BVLGARI, they have been fully restored and returned to th ... More

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Rediscovered Constable to highlight Sotheby's London Old Masters sale this December   S.M.A.K. opens first exhibition of work by Gerhard Richter in a Belgian museum since 1976   Christie's to offer works from the Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass

John Constable, R.A. (1776 – 1837), Dedham Vale with the River Stour In flood from the grounds of Old Hall, East Bergholt (detail), oil on canvas 51 x 91.5 cm.; 20⅛ x 36 in. (est. £2-3 million). Courtesy Sotheby’s.

LONDON.- John Constable (1776-1837) is one of Britain’s best-loved and most significant landscape painters. A key figure in the British Romantic movement of the early 19th century, Constable, together with J.M.W. Turner, changed the course of European landscape painting forever. This winter, Sotheby’s London will present a recently rediscovered landscape by the British artist which is without question one of the most exciting and important additions to Constable’s oeuvre to have emerged in the last fifty years. Painted between 1814 and 1817, Dedham Vale with the River Stour in Flood belongs to a small group of Constable’s early Suffolk paintings remaining in private hands. The work will be offered in Sotheby’s Old Masters Evening sale on 6 December, with an estimate of £2-3 million. Julian Gascoigne, Senior Specialist, British Paintings at Sotheby’s said: “Constable’s views of Dedham Vale and the Stour ... More

Gerhard Richter, Küchenstuhl Keukenstoel, 1965. Öl auf Leinwand. Olieverf op doek, 100 x 80 cm. Kunsthalle Recklinghausen © Gerhard Richter 2017.

GHENT.- S.M.A.K. is presenting the first exhibition of work by Gerhard Richter in a Belgian museum since 1976. Richter is considered to be one of today’s most important artists and as one of the postwar renewers of painting. Eight previously unseen works from 2017 are being shown together with works from the last 14 years – including landscapes, digital prints and abstract works – and grouped around the glass piece 7 Panes (House of Cards) (2013). This arrangement echoes and carries forward the presentation of the early works from the 60s and 70s around his first work in glass, 4 Panes of Glass (1967). Showing works mainly from these two periods links together fundamental aspects of Richter’s work from the 60s with his present artistic practice. Richter has since the beginning used his oeuvre as a source of metaphors and structure for the creation of new work. It is for this reason that the exhibition is arranged chronologic ... More

Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), Laboureur dans un champ, St Remy, 1889 (detail). Estimate on Request. © Christie’s Images Limited 2017.

NEW YORK, NY.- Christie’s has been entrusted with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass, which will be offered throughout Christie’s 20th Century Week. The most substantial grouping will lead the specially retitled Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale Including The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass. Highlights will also be included in the Evening Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art. Comprising 36 works in total, the collection is expected to realize in excess of $120 million. Max Carter, Head of Department Impressionist and Modern Art, New York, remarked: “It is our signal honor to have been entrusted with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass. Quietly assembled over forty years and comprising the best of Impressionist, Modern and Post-War art, the collection is led by five museum-quality masterworks—Kees van Dongen’s Fauve, larger-than-life Portrait de Madame Malpel, among the artist’s ... More

Sotheby's to offer diamonds that witnessed one of the great love stories of the 19th century   Christie's to sell watches owned by Joe Dimaggio and Amelia Earhart   Over 40 works from the Collection of Betty and Stanley Sheinbaum to be sold at Phillips

These historical diamonds were acquired by the Legendary “La Païva”, one of the most famous 19th-century courtesans in Paris and a leading figure of contemporary cultural and artistic society. Photo: Sotheby's.

GENEVA.- To mark ten highly successful years of dedicated Noble Jewels sales in Geneva, Sotheby’s will offer at auction The Donnersmarck Diamonds, a pair of extraordinary Fancy Intense Yellow diamonds with impeccable aristocratic provenance. The superb diamonds, formerly in the Collection of the Princely Family von Donnersmarck, consist of a cushion-shaped diamond weighing 102.54 carats, and a pear-shaped diamond weighing 82.47 carats. The exquisite stones will be offered as a single lot during Sotheby’s auction of Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels, to be held on 15 November at Mandarin Oriental, Geneva. The pair is estimated at $9-14 million. David Bennett, Worldwide Chairman of Sotheby’s International Jewellery Division, said: “These stunning diamonds carry with them a fascinating story, full of romance and determination over adversity, ... More

Cresarrow Watch Co. Signed Tiffany & Co. A Fine Silver Travel Watch. Formerly Belonging to American Aviation Pioneer Amelia Mary Earhart. Estimate: $60,000 - 120,000. © Christie’s Images Limited 2017.

NEW YORK, NY.- Christie’s New York Watches announced two rare highlights to be sold in the New York evening sale of Exceptional Watches on Thursday, December 7 2017: The Joe DiMaggio Patek Philippe Reference 130 and The Amelia Earhart Tiffany & Co. Travel Watch. Joe DiMaggio is regarded as one of the most legendary baseball players to ever put on the famous Yankees pinstripes, famously known for his 56-game hitting streak from 1941. As one of the most respected sportsmen in American history, Christie’s is honored to present the opportunity to own this iconic timepiece. (Estimate: $150,000 – 300,000). Made in 1947, DiMaggio’s Patek Philippe Reference 130 offers the functional elegance of a Chronograph with desirable gold Breguet numerals beautifully set against the silvered dial. With a well-preserved case and manufacturer’s signature, this represents a very rare opportunity for both ... More

Henri Matisse, Le Tiare. Bronze with dark brown patina, height 9 3/8 in. (24.6 cm.). Conceived in Nice, 1930 and cast in 1950, this work is number 4 from an edition of 10. Estimate: $500,000 - 700,000.

NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips announces the sale of works from the collection of Betty and Stanley Sheinbaum of Los Angeles. Married for over fifty years, the Sheinbaums devoted their lives to both the visual arts and political activism, dedicating themselves passionately to human rights, social justice, education, politics and world affairs, while also opening two galleries devoted to American craft. Over the course of their lives, they also amassed an acclaimed collection of 20th-century art, with works by Henry Moore, Robert Motherwell, Henri Matisse, Richard Diebenkorn, Marino Marini, Pablo Picasso, and Peter Voulkos, among others. In all, Phillips will offer over 40 works from their collection across the auction house’s upcoming sales of 20th Century & Contemporary Art, Design, and Editions. Blake Koh, Phillips’ Regional Director, Los Angeles, said, “Uniquely bringing together representative works of modern art and ... More

Columbus Museum of Art is the only museum in the U.S. to host "Beyond Impressionism"   Exhibition at Luxembourg & Dayan celebrates the semi-centennial of the Arte Povera movement   Canadian Biennial presents more than 100 recent acquisitions of Canadian and Indigenous contemporary art

Théo Van Rysselberghe, Le Moulin du Kalf à Knokke (Moulin en Flandre), 1894. Oil on canvas, 31 ½ x 27 9/16 inches. Private collection.

COLUMBUS, OH.- Columbus Museum of Art is presenting Beyond Impressionism – Paris, Fin de Siècle: Signac, Redon, Toulouse-Lautrec and Their Contemporaries, an exhibition organized by the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, on view October 21, 2017 through January 21, 2018. Featuring more than 120 paintings, drawings, prints, and works on paper, the exhibition explores the Parisian art scene of the late 19th century. CMA, in partnership with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, is the only museum in the United States to host the exhibition. Beyond Impressionism focuses on some of the most important French avant-garde artists and also includes one of Claude Monet’s Water Lilies paintings. “Columbus Museum of Art is delighted to be the only U.S. venue for this extraordinary exhibition,” said CMA Executive Director Nannette V. Maciejunes. “Our partnership with the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao allows us a rare opportunity to bring to Columbus ... More

Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mobili capovolti, 1976, Leather armchair, mirror, 26 ¾ x 26 x 63 in. (68 x 66 x 160 cm.) © Michelangelo Pistoletto. Photo: Andrew Romer.

NEW YORK, NY.- Luxembourg & Dayan is celebrating the semi-centennial of the Arte Povera movement with Contingencies: Arte Povera and After, an exhibition placing select works by contemporary artists in dialogue with significant Arte Povera works from the 1960s and 1970s, crossing these historical moments in order to better understand the echoes between them. Amid the sociopolitical upheavals of the day, Arte Povera artists questioned the established languages of government, industry, and culture by proclaiming the porosity of the artwork, and exalting in its contingency: suddenly, a potential chemical reaction or simple transfer of energy could comprise the work itself. Contingencies considers the ways in which artists today similarly react to a world in turmoil by rejecting the autonomy of the art object in order to harness, engage, or interrupt systemic flows—whether those are organic, social, or technological— on a distinctly m ... More

Taryn Simon, Gdansk Agreement, Gdansk Shipyards, Gdansk, Poland, August 31, 1980, 2015. Ink jet print, 211.3 x 159.5 cm (approx.). National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa © Taryn Simon, Courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Photo : NGC.

OTTAWA.- The 2017 Canadian Biennial opened this past weekend at the National Gallery of Canada. The fourth of the Gallery’s Biennial exhibitions that present selected recent acquisitions of Canadian and Indigenous contemporary art, the 2017 edition also includes international artworks for the first time. The exhibition features over 50 artists and more than 100 works covering a diverse spectrum of contemporary production from painting, sculpture, and photography, to drawing, print-making, video and large-scale mixed media installations. Running through March 18, 2018, the Biennial visualizes a current moment in art-making as viewed through the filters of the Gallery’s national collection and the research, travels and dialogues of curators working in the departments of Contemporary Art, Indigenous Art, and the Canadian Photography ... More

Fahrelnissa Zeid's royal portraits lead Bonhams Middle Eastern Art Sale   Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles features more than 50 LGBTQ and Chicano artists   World War II Enigma Machine highlights Doyle's November 7 Auction of Rare Books, Autographs & Maps

Fahrelnissa Zeid, Portrait of King Hussein of Jordan (Eternal Youth), 1973, estimated at £50,000-70,000. Photo: Bonhams.

LONDON.- Fahrelnissa Zeid’s rare and compelling portraits of King Hussein and Princess Alia of Jordan lead Bonhams Modern and Contemporary Middle Eastern Art sale on 28 November at the New Bond Street saleroom in London. The works are each estimated at £50,000-70,000. The monumental portraits of King Hussein and Princess Alia are considered seminal works from Zeid’s rich and dynamic career. Born in Istanbul in 1901, Zeid’s passion for the arts led her to attend art schools in both Istanbul and Paris. This fascinating, cross-cultural trajectory allowed her to develop a unique painterly style fusing traditions of Byzantine icons and Persian painting with Modern Abstraction that she studied in Western Europe. An important aspect of Zeid’s work is the way she conveys her most intimate and personal relationships, as highlighted in the stylized depictions of King Hussein and Princess Alia. The portraits, ... More

Installation view of Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A., September 9–December 31, 2017 at MOCA Pacific Design Center, courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, photo by Zak Kelley.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, is hosting Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A., organized by ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. The exhibition is being shown in two West Hollywood spaces, MOCA Pacific Design Center and the ONE Gallery. It features more than 50 LGBTQ and Chicano artists who created experimental artworks in a variety of media between the 1960s and early 1990s—a period bookended by the Chicano Moratorium, gay liberation, and feminist movements on one end, and the ravages of the AIDS crisis on the other. Axis Mundo is the result of extensive research by co-curators David Evans Frantz, Curator at the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, and C. Ondine Chavoya, Professor of Art and Latina/o Studies at Williams College. While ... More

Three-Rotor Service Enigma Machine (Engima 1), [Heismoeth & Rinke]: 1940s. From a Private Minneapolis Collection. Est. $80,000-120,000.

NEW YORK, NY.- On Tuesday, November 7 at 10am, Doyle will hold an auction of Rare Books, Autographs & Maps. The sale offers a wide assortment of material ranging from early illuminated manuscripts to modern literary first editions. Among the highlights are a rare World War II era Enigma Machine, 19th century color plate books of the American West, and a fashion archive of Jacqueline Kennedy as First Lady. Other notable property includes Robert Thornton's folio edition of The Temple of Flora, a leaf from the printer's manuscript of Joyce's Ulysses, and the rare 1767 Montresor map of the City of New York. The Enigma 1 machine was used by the German Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe during World War II to encode orders and instructions, using a complex system of rotors and patch cables. The German High Command believed the Enigma cipher to be totally secure; British cryptographers at Bletchley Park under Alan Turing ... More

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Paintings attributed to Mark Rothko and Claude Monet will headline Woodshed's Nov. 1st auction
FRANKLIN, MASS.- Three oil and enamel paintings attributed to renowned American-Russian Federation artist Mark Rothko (1903-1970) – two untitled abstract compositions and one untitled (Blue Square) work – all framed, signed verso and dated 1948 – carry estimates of $100,000-$200,000 each in Woodshed Art Auctions’ Prestige Signature Collection auction ending Nov. 1st. “Considering we were assembling an auction of small-scale paintings and drawings, it was a surprise to have three rather large Rothko paintings delivered from a Peruvian estate,” said Bruce Wood, owner of Woodshed Art Auctions. “We’re lucky that the former owner saved a few receipts, and they can be traced back to the 1960s. Paperwork like that is key when estimating.” Wood added, “One of the exciting things about these paintings is their 1948 date, when Rothko was formalizing ... More

Perot Museum's Journey To Space exhibition is as close to space as one can get without leaving Earth
DALLAS, TX.- All systems go! What’s it like to live and work in space? How do astronauts sleep in a weightless environment, go to the bathroom in orbit, and what effect does space travel have on their bodies? Visitors will get a glimpse at these cosmic curiosities – and learn about the extraordinary conditions, dangers and rewards of human space travel – when the Perot Museum of Nature and Science presents its latest traveling exhibition, Journey to Space (Oct. 21, 2017-May 6, 2018). Featuring two walk-through, rotating labs that let visitors “climb aboard” the International Space Station (ISS) Destiny module, Journey to Space is a hands-on adventure for all ages that demonstrates the advancements in spacecraft and spacesuit technology that allow people to exist for longer periods of time in a hostile environment. Member preview days are Oct. 19-20. “For anyone ... More

Nepali pilot revives crashed plane as aviation museum
KATHMANDU (AFP).- A Turkish Airlines plane that crash landed at Kathmandu airport two years ago will be welcoming ticket holders on board again -- not for a flight but as the Nepali capital's first aviation museum. The Airbus A330 was carrying 224 passengers when it skidded off the runway at Kathmandu's airport in March 2015, coming to a stop with its nose buried in the grassy verge on the edge of the tarmac. No one was hurt, but the crash shut Nepal's only international airport for four days as technicians struggled to move the plane. It was eventually dragged to a disused corner of the airport where it sat rusting for two years -- until pilot Bed Upreti had an idea. "It is unfortunate that the aircraft (had) an accident and was grounded, but I saw a perfect opportunity," Upreti told AFP. He bought the metal carcass and has invested $600,000 to turn it into ... More

No pomp as Russia revolution centenary nears
MOSCOW (AFP).- A century after its revolution shook the world, Russia strives to strike an odd balance between remembering the uprising that brought about the Soviet Union, while stopping short of romanticising regime change. In a series of seismic events, the year 1917 saw Tsar Nicholas II abdicate in March and the Bolsheviks led by Lenin seize power in October. Civil war erupted immediately afterwards, followed by the creation in 1922 of the USSR, built on the ruins of the Russian empire. A hundred years later, Russia still has trouble dealing with its revolutionary past, with the legacy of the 1917 uprising and the Soviet Union sparking fierce debate to this day. While the government tries to foster positive feelings towards the Soviet regime, which collapsed in 1991, it also wants to maintain the power and influence of the Orthodox Church. To sing praises to Lenin, ... More

Ancient Turkish town prepares to vanish under floodwaters
HASANKEYF (AFP).- At first glance all is as normal in the Turkish town of Hasankeyf, which has seen the Romans, Byzantines, Turkic tribes and Ottomans leave their mark in over 10,000 years of human settlement. The Tigris River languidly flows through the historic centre of the town in southeast Turkey's Batman province, souvenir sellers offer their wares to a handful of tourists and the famous vista of minarets, the citadel and ruins of a bridge take the breath away. But within the next few years, this scene is likely to be no more, with the historic centre of Hasankeyf set to vanish forever under the floodwaters from the Ilisu Dam project. Turkish officials argue that the dam's hydroelectric power station will provide electricity and irrigation essential to the development of the Kurdish-dominated southeast. The historic edifices will be moved in a hugely ambitious programme ... More

UT Austin's Harry Ransom Center acquires Dean F. Echenberg War Poetry Collection
AUSTIN, TX.- The Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin is now home to the Dean F. Echenberg War Poetry Collection. The collection was started in the early 1970s by Dean Echenberg, a flight surgeon during the Vietnam War who later became the director of disease control for the City of San Francisco during the first years of the AIDS crisis. “The Dean Echenberg War Poetry Collection extends the Ransom Center’s holdings in significant ways,” said Stephen Enniss, director of the Ransom Center. “It reminds us that one of the persistent sources of art is in suffering.” Throughout history numerous writers have tried to capture their experiences of war in language, often turning to poetry for its ability to convey intensity of feeling and for its authenticity. The common thread that runs through the collection is poetry by people who have ... More

Exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU presents innovative 3D printer works
MIAMI, FLA.- The exhibition, Subject to Interpretation: MONAD Studio, features the duo’s stunning and powerful site-specific installation La Cole (the abbreviation for the Spanish phrase la colectividad judía en Argentina). This colloquial term, La Cole, is recognized by Argentines as lovingly referring to the local community of Jews and its close-knit, strong bonds. All of the elements of La Cole were created using state-of-the-art 3D printers. Large-scale, intricately ornate panels hover above the central space of the gallery. Suspended from the ceiling as beacons of light, the panels are lit from above in luminous tones emanating down from the dome that adorns the building’s ceiling, radiating light across the porous surfaces of the panels, to evocatively portray the multiple links and rich relations shared between the members of communities all over the world. “Each ... More

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago opens new Commons learning and engagement space
CHICAGO, IL.- On Saturday, October 21, 2017, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago officially activated its new multi-purpose learning environment, the Commons, a dynamic and flexible public space at the heart of the museum. The space allows for experimentation and risk-taking, fostering a greater sense of empathy, openness, curiosity, and citizenship. Designed by Mexico City-based team Pedro y Juana, the Commons is part of the museum's $16-million redesign, which also includes a new restaurant and street-level lounge revealed earlier this year. The programming of the Commons debuts with a site-specific, interactive project Open 24 Hours, by local artist and activist Edra Soto, that prompts visitors to consider civic engagement through writing stations, performances, and artist-led workshops throughout the run of the exhibition. Open 24 Hours is open ... More

MassArt Board of Trustees greenlights Bakalar & Paine Galleries renovation, to break ground June 2018
BOSTON, MASS.- Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s Board of Trustees has voted to move forward with the Bakalar & Paine Galleries renovation, with a slated groundbreaking date of June 2018. “As the only freestanding public college of art and design in the country we are committed to making an art and design education accessible to all,” said President David P. Nelson. “With the revitalization of the Bakalar & Paine Galleries, one of MassArt’s largest classrooms and New England’s largest free contemporary art space, we can better fulfill our mission of welcoming the members of our community to experience, learn about, and enjoy the world of art and design with us.” In May 2016, MassArt officially kicked off the public phase of UNBOUND: Campaign for the Bakalar & Paine Galleries with a $1 million gift from Pace Gallery founder and MassArt alumnus ... More

DeCordova explores human's relationship with water in Bodies in Water
LINCOLN, MASS.- DeCordova is presenting Bodies in Water, an exhibition showing the many creative ways photographers have been inspired by water. The works in the exhibition, showcasing deCordova’s deep holdings of photography, feature human bodies immersed in, emerging from, and interacting with water in visually bold and thought-provoking ways. While some artists address water as a form of recreation or relaxation, others focus on its scarcity or potentially dangerous nature. “Bodies in Water explores the deep connection humans have with water, whether for leisure, for necessity, or in enduring its power as a natural force,” says Martina Tanga, deCordova’s Koch Curatorial Fellow. “The powerful images show both universal relationships with water and historical ones—racial segregation in swimming pools, water pollution and drought, and refugees ... More

An autumnal gallery crawl for art aficionados: October Art Week, October 26
NEW YORK, NY.- Building on its huge success from last year, the second iteration of October Art Week will kick off on October 26, from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. with a round of convivial Upper East Side gallery open-houses – organized to coincide with TEFAF New York and Christie’s Classic Art Week of auctions and selling exhibitions. Nineteen of the world’s most noted fine and decorative art dealers will add to the week’s electricity by curating and hosting special exhibitions—all within strolling distance of one another. Here is an overview of some of the prime highlights that these pre-eminent galleries want art lovers to take special notice of: Returning to October Art Week is Didier Aaron, Inc., which is showcasing for special attention In the Sulks. Worked by a nearly unknown French painter from the end of the 19th century, Philippe Grondard, the 37-by-50-inch painting was sold ... More

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On a day like today, Italian artist Andrea della Robbia was born
October 24, 1435. Andrea della Robbia (October 24, 1435 - August 4, 1525) was an Italian Renaissance sculptor, especially in ceramics. Born in Florence, Robbia was the son of Marco della Robbia, whose brother, Luca della Robbia, popularized the use of glazed terra-cotta for sculpture. Andrea became Luca's pupil, and was the most important artist of ceramic glaze of the times. In this image: Andrea della Robbia, 1435–1525, Saint Michael the Archangel Italian (Florence) 15th century (ca. 1475) 1470 – 1480. Glazed terracotta; Frame, wood 31-1/8 x 61-7/8 in. (79.1 x 157.2 cm) Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1960 60.127.2

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