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'Paris is disfigured': Tears and shock as Notre-Dame burns

The landmark Notre-Dame Cathedral, engulfed in flames, burns on April 15, 2019, in central Paris. A huge fire swept through the roof of the famed Notre-Dame Cathedral in central Paris on April 15, 2019, sending flames and huge clouds of grey smoke billowing into the sky. The flames and smoke plumed from the spire and roof of the gothic cathedral, visited by millions of people a year. A spokesman for the cathedral told AFP that the wooden structure supporting the roof was being gutted by the blaze. Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP.

by Clare Byrne and Joseph Schmid


PARIS (AFP).- Crowds of stunned Parisians and tourists -- some crying, others offering prayers -- watched in horror in central Paris on Monday night as firefighters struggled for hours to extinguish the flames engulfing the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Flames ravaging the roof illuminated the outline of the monument's two square towers in a fiery glow, and were reflected in the waters of the Seine. Along the Pont au Change bridge, which connects the Ile de la Cite with the Right Bank, the atmosphere was one of a vigil as hundreds of people watched in hushed silence as smoke rose into the night sky. Many were quietly singing an Ave Maria in Latin, including Stephane Seigneurie, 52, who said he has lived in Paris for the past 25 years. "I come often, and go in even where there's no mass because it's an extraordinary place, entwined in the history of France," he said. "Politically, intellectually and spiritually, it's a symbol of France." When Seigneurie says that he's very sad, an eleg ... More

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Alte Pinakothek exhibits 75 of the finest paintings by the most eminent 'Caravaggisti'   Books and manuscripts from aviation to exploration to be sold by Hindman LLC   Harvard Art Museums receive significant gift of Otto Piene sketchbooks from Elizabeth Goldring


Hendrick ter Brugghen (1588 - 1629), St. Sebastian Tended by Irene, 1625. Oil on Canvas, 150.2 x 120 cm © Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, OH. R. T. Miller Jr. Fund, 1953.256.

MUNICH.- Caravaggio’s paintings must have seemed both breathtaking and unorthodox to Hendrick ter Brugghen (1588–1629), Gerard van Honthorst (1592–1656) and Dirck van Baburen (c. 1592/93–1624) when the three young painters from Utrecht encountered his works for the first time in Rome. With their innovative realism and mysterious lighting, Caravaggio’s works broke with existing traditions and exerted a powerful formative influence on many artists from Italy, France, Spain and the Netherlands. The exhibition at the Alte Pinakothek shows 75 of the finest paintings by the most eminent ‘Caravaggisti’, including Orazio Gentileschi, Bartolomeo Manfredi, Jusepe de Ribera, Valentin de Boulogne and Caravaggio himself. The works were created during the height of European Caravaggism, from 1600 to 1630, either by artists who had direct contact with Caravaggio in Rome or arrived in the Eternal City shortly after his de ... More
 

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). Systema cosmicum... in quo quatuor dialogis, de duobus maximis mundi systematibus, Ptolemaico et Copernicano. Estimate: $6,000-8,000.

CHICAGO, IL.- Hindman LLC announces the May 1 Fine Books and Manuscripts auction, featuring significant collections of presidential and first lady free frank covers, important aviation manuscripts, and a selection of science and medical books. These sessions, along with additional items in the categories of literature, including a collection of works by Dickens, artist’s books, travel and exploration, and other exceptional Americana, books and manuscripts will be offered in the auction and on preview in Chicago from April 26 to April 30. The collection of free frank covers most significantly features notes from George and Martha Washington. The free frank note from Mrs. Washington (estimated at $30,000 - $40,000) is exceptionally rare, as she died shortly after her franking privileges were granted. This example is one of only four of her franking signatures that are known to exist. The cover from George Washington dates to the year 1779 ... More
 

Otto Piene, Sketchbook: Groton, 2012 (detail). Mixed media. Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Elizabeth Goldring Piene, 2019.69. Photo credit: ©2019 Charles Sternaimolo.

CAMBRIDGE, MASS.- The Harvard Art Museums announced an extraordinary gift of 70 sketchbooks by internationally renowned artist Otto Piene (1928–2014); the gift was made by poet and author Elizabeth Goldring, the artist’s wife. Dating from 1935 to 2014, the largely unpublished sketchbooks reflect interdisciplinary, cross-media experiments from Piene’s long career in the Boston area and abroad, including both realized and unrealized projects. In keeping with the museums’ history and ongoing commitment to training and research, the next Stefan Engelhorn Curatorial Fellow in the Busch-Reisinger Museum (2019–21) will soon be appointed to study and catalog this new gift. The gift also includes a selection of pens, the primary medium Piene used for his sketches, including the Magic Marker brand; these will be held in the Center for the Technical Study of Modern Art (CTSMA) and will play a key role in the long-term preserva ... More


LACMA announces eight new acquisitions during the 33rd Annual Collectors Committee Weekend   Trix the T. rex arrives in Glasgow   Shout it from the Rooftops! Palmer Museum's dynamic annual Gala planned for Saturday, May 18


Luchita Hurtado,​ Untitled, c. 1951, ​gift of Janet Dreisen Rappaport and Herb Rappaport through the 2019 Collectors Committee, ​© Luchita Hurtado, photo courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced the addition of eight new acquisitions during the museum’s 33rd annual Collectors Committee fundraiser. The annual Collectors Committee Weekend—led for the 10th year by LACMA trustee, Collectors Committee Chair, and Acquisitions Committee Chair Ann Colgin—was a two-day affair, which included curator-led art presentations, private dinners at the homes of major LACMA supporters, and a gala dinner where members voted on artworks to add to the museum’s permanent collection. This year, the 81 voting members raised over $2.4 million. The 2019 event was generously sponsored by Cartier for the second year in a row. “I’m so thrilled by the success of this year’s Collectors Committee,” said Ann Colgin. “Over its 33-year history, the event has added 236 works of art to LACMA’s collection and it would not be possible without the support of many people. ... More
 

With her ferocious teeth and short arms, the Tyrannosaurus rex is probably the most well-known dinosaur in the world.

GLASGOW.- After a road and ferry journey which took her across Europe, Trix the T. rex has arrived in Scotland. For 15 weeks from Thursday 18 April, Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall will host the world’s only real touring Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton. It takes five days for experts to painstakingly unpack and assemble the massive dinosaur skeleton, which weighs a colossal 5,000 kg, the same as four Mini Cooper cars. And organisers gave access to the dinosaur build on Friday 12 April 2019 for an exciting preview of the T. rex skeleton. With her ferocious teeth and short arms, the Tyrannosaurus rex is probably the most well-known dinosaur in the world. The 39ft long skeleton is an incredibly rare and important fossil. At Kelvin Hall it forms the centrepiece of T. rex in Town, a major interactive exhibition that will engage and educate visitors on the history of this iconic and ferocious dinosaur species. The public can also marvel at a painted r ... More
 

Guests to the Gala will enjoy a lively evening complete with dinner, dancing, and silent and live auctions hosted by entertaining master of ceremonies and veteran Gala emcee, Jeff Brown.

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA.- Tickets are still on sale for the 2019 Friends of the Palmer Museum of Art annual Gala and auction on Saturday, May 18, from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. The fundraising event will be held at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center for the first time in nearly two decades. This year’s theme, “Shout it from the Rooftops!” is borrowed from the major spring exhibition organized by the Palmer, From the Rooftops: John Sloan and the Art of a New Urban Space, a vibrant exploration of the urban rooftop by notable American artists, on view at the museum through May 12. Guests to the Gala will enjoy a lively evening complete with dinner, dancing, and silent and live auctions hosted by entertaining master of ceremonies and veteran Gala emcee, Jeff Brown. Later in the evening, revelers will take to the dance floor when Tommy Wareham & the Intrigues take to the stage. “Every year, we look forward to the Gala as the community ... More


Bauhaus School & Moon Landing anniversaries celebrated in Sotheby's Prints & Multiples Auction   Bertoia's Spring Signature Sale rings up $2.3 million   Phillips announces an auction presented with gallerist and collector Peter Fetterman


Willem de Kooning’s Litho #1 (Waves #1) (Graham 2) marks the first time that an impression of this print will appear at auction in over two decades (estimate
$300/500,000). Courtesy Sotheby's.


NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s shared highlights from their upcoming spring auction of Prints & Multiples in New York on 29 & 30 April 2019. The auction brings together pivotal examples of 20th Century printmaking, illustrating every medium and beautifully representing seminal genres such as Expressionism, Minimalism and Pop across the 250+ works and over a dozen complete sets on offer. Sotheby’s will hold a public exhibition in their New York galleries, opening 25 April. Heralded as a vital contribution to post-war American prints, Willem de Kooning’s Litho #1 (Waves #1) (Graham 2) marks the first time that an impression of this print will appear at auction in over two decades (estimate $300/500,000). The present masterwork is de Kooning’s first serious foray into ... More
 

Marklin cruiser Bremen, circa 1915, live steam, 25in. long, $57,000.

VINELAND, NJ.- Whoever said ‘history never repeats itself’ might have had a change of heart, had they attended Bertoia’s March 9-10 Spring Signature Sale. Many who were there commented that the atmosphere felt like an auction of the go-go 1990s and early 2000s, when collectors would travel halfway around the world to bid on toys from fabled collections. “You could feel the electricity. There was a larger crowd than we’ve seen over the past few years, and so much enthusiasm,” said Michael Bertoia, president of Bertoia Auctions. “Many international bidders took part. Some came weeks in advance to privately preview particular toys they wanted to bid on, but after viewing all of the pieces on display, they would discover other toys they liked and ended up bidding on them, as well.” The $2.3 million auction (inclusive of buyer’s premium) featured four premier collections: Frank Mohr’s ... More
 

Alex Prager, Ellen, 2007. Estimate: $30,000-40,000. Image courtesy of Phillips.

NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips announced the sale of Artist | Icon | Inspiration: Women in Photography, an auction presented with gallerist and collector Peter Fetterman that will explore the role of women as artists, subjects, and innovators. The auction on 7 June in New York will offer approximately 100 works by Dorothea Lange, Alex Prager, Lillian Bassman, Cindy Sherman, and more. The sale will also showcase portraits of iconic 20th century women, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Georgia O’Keeffe, Coco Chanel, Jackie Kennedy, and Audrey Hepburn. The photographs featured in the sale, the title of which encompasses three major intersecting and overlapping concepts of the auction, will highlight and celebrate every aspect of women’s historic and continuing involvement in photography. Vanessa Hallett, Deputy Chairman, Americas, and Worldwide ... More



Artpace spring resident artists open new exhibitions   White Cube opens an exhibition of new sculptures by David Altmejd   Exhibition at Ballroom Marfa features works by Beatriz Cortez, Candice Lin, and Fernando Palma Rodríguez


Installation view of thick by San Antonio-based Jennifer Ling Datchuk. Photo: Seale Photography Studios.

SAN ANTONIO, TX.- Artpace announced the opening of new exhibitions by the Spring International Artists-in-Residence, who began their residencies on January 23. Now that their eight-week residency has concluded, they revealed exhibitions of the work each created at Artpace. The exhibitions that opened on March 21st are: Until Total Liberation, Sama Alshaibi (Tucson, AZ); thick by San Antonio-based Jennifer Ling Datchuk; and Like Gold Dust, Roshini Kempadoo (London, UK). Incorporating elements of printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation, video, and sound, the three resident artists work will be on display through May 19th. The artists were selected for the program by New York-based guest curator Deborah Willis. At the conclusion of the exhibition, all work will be returned to the resident artists. Much of the work produced through Artpace residencies goes on to be shown around the world or sold into public or private collections. Deborah Willi ... More
 

David Altmejd ‘The Vibrating Man’, White Cube Hong Kong, 26 March – 18 May 2019 © David Altmejd. Photo © White Cube (Kitmin Lee).

HONG KONG.- White Cube is presenting an exhibition of new sculptures by David Altmejd, his inaugural exhibition with the gallery and first in Hong Kong. Altmejd has described his practice as one grounded in a ‘fascination with nature, a taste for the uncanny and an excitement for unpredictable things, things that transform and that are difficult to describe.’ Like living organisms, his works appear always in flux, transforming and metamorphosing, radiating an animistic energy. Altmejd collapses different narrative strands and visual points of reference to allow for multiple simultaneous readings and thematic associations. ‘I am much more interested in the object being alive and being able to develop its own intelligence and generate meaning’, he has said. ‘I do not want to use the piece as a tool to communicate meaning. I want it to be able to generate its own meaning.’ Drawing on science, religion, magic, psyched ... More
 

Beatriz Cortez, Shields, 2019. Installation view. Courtesy the artist, Ballroom Marfa, and Commonwealth and Council All commissioned by Ballroom Marfa. Photo by Alex Marks.

MARFA, TX.- Ballroom Marfa announces Candelilla, Coatlicue, and the Breathing Machine, an exhibition with newly commissioned and existing works by Beatriz Cortez, Candice Lin, and Fernando Palma Rodríguez. The title refers to a facet of each artist's sculptural contribution to the show, which range from wax pours to robotic storytellers to provisional shelters and beyond. The disparate installations and objects from these three artists weave together a multivalent conversation about the animate qualities of land; the coexistent simultaneities of past, present and future; as well as human and non-human migrations, cross-contaminations, and porousness – all while forwarding their own individual investigations. Each artist spent time in Marfa and around the Big Bend, and these particular experiences and responses are reflected in various aspects of the ... More



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Art Cologne 2019: Strong sales and successful new layout
COLOGNE.- The successful course of the 53rd Art Cologne shows that the reconfiguration of the art fair has been just as well-received by the public as by the exhibitors. Around 57,000 visitors, an increase of around three percent in comparison to the previous year, had the opportunity to see the presentations of 176 galleries from 24 countries. "The strategic decision to reduce the size of the fair and to focus on quality has paid off, as was bringing young and established galleries together", says Daniel Hug, Director of Art Cologne. The gallery owners, who unanimously evaluated the concentration on two hall levels positively, were also of this opinion. "As a result, the fair is more compact, which improves the atmosphere ", confirms Florian Berktold, gallery director at Hauser & Wirth. The internationally active gallery was able to make sales of five works of the painter ... More

Ponti Art Gallery presents Italian and European masterpieces from 18th century to 20th century
ROME.- Ponti Art Gallery is offering important masterpieces coming from several private collections. The selection starts from a masterpiece by Giulio Aristide Sartorio, The Mestizos. The painting presented by the Roman gallery represents an extraordinary document: it conveys, in fact, all the emotion aroused in the painter’s palette from the encounter with the mestizo populations of Haiti, the Caribbean country touched by the Italia ship on 10 September 1924. The depiction of the small indigenous inhabitants of the Central American area involved in a playful moment with an ape and given with authentic shots of pure light, represents one of the most lyrical pictorial tests performed by Sartorio during the entire duration of the cruise Italian, testimony to the fascination exerted by exotic atmospheres on the art of the great Roman painter. The further important ... More

Ludwig Muzeum celebrates 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus with exhibition
BUDAPEST.- It was a hundred years ago, in 1919, that instruction and training began at the Bauhaus in Weimar, with the directorship of Walter Gropius. The anniversary is celebrated with extensive exhibitions around the world. As a movement, the Bauhaus was the most seminal source and milestone in the history of modern art, which was also an artistic community and a school with a revolutionary programme. Its ideals and practices point beyond the school itself, and were to inspire many subsequent movements and paradigms. Its original programme offered even more: a comprehensive aesthetic reform of life, from everyday reality to the arts. The ideal that the Bauhaus aimed to achieve was to ensure the pre-eminence of artistic fashioning in all forms of production, from artisanship to industrial manufacturing. It wished to satisfy the social demands ... More

IU Eskenazi Museum of Art hires Elliot Reichert as its first Curator of Contemporary Art
BLOOMINGTON, IN.- The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has hired Elliot Reichert as its first Curator of Contemporary Art. In addition to conceiving and executing a vision for contemporary art at the museum and cultivating a collection in that area, Reichert will serve as an advisor on public art at the university. Reichert will relocate from Chicago, Illinois, where he has worked as a curator, editor, and researcher since 2006. He has organized exhibitions at the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University; Artpace, San Antonio; Chicago Artists Coalition; and Beirut Art Center, Lebanon. In addition to his curatorial experience, Reichert has published extensively on contemporary art and has served as editor of Northwestern Art Review, The Left Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade,” and New City. He received his BA ... More

Prinseps announces upcoming Modern and Contemporary Indian art auction
MUMBAI.- Prinseps' upcoming spring ​Modern Art Auction features 45 exceptional works of art across the spectrum of Indian Modernism complemented by a series of works by leading Indian contemporary artists. The auction will be held online on the ​24th - 25th April with a preview at the Taj Art Gallery, Mumbai on the 20th and 21st April. Key lots include works by Ram Kumar, Francis Newton Souza, Somnath Hore, V.S. Gaitonde, M.F. Husain, Zarina Hashmi as well as photographs by Raghu Rai and Vivan Sundaram’s digital photomontages culled from his archive of Amrita Sher-Gil.  The auction will be led by a rare oil on board double-sided ​Ram Kumar, ​Family, 1960 and Mazes of the Mind, 1961, lot 16, estimate 1,50,00,000 - 3,00,00,000 INR. The work is of historical significance as it is a double-sided work that marks a transition in the artist’s practice ... More

The Museum of Chinese in America awarded $2.3 million capital grant towards building acquisition
NEW YORK, NY.- The Museum of Chinese in America, New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, New York City Council Member Margaret S. Chin, and Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer held a joint press conference on Saturday, April 13, 2019 to announce that MOCA has been allocated $2.3 million in capital funding in the city’s fiscal year 2019 budget to help the Museum acquire its current premises at 215 Centre Street. MOCA is seeking to secure a permanent home to cement its position as a national cultural institution headquartered in New York City. MOCA is dedicated to telling the untold stories in the making of America through the lens of the Chinese immigrant experience. The capital funding in fiscal year 2019 comprises $2.25 million allocated from the New York City Council and $50,000.00 from the office of the Manhattan ... More

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announces Chief Curator
BENTONVILLE, ARK.- Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announced the appointment of Austen Barron Bailly, PhD, as chief curator, following her tenure at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem, Mass., where she served as the George Putnam Curator of American Art. Effective July 15, 2019, Bailly will lead the curatorial and collections management teams at Crystal Bridges. She will be a key member of the strategy team, overseeing collection growth and preservation, and will work alongside the director of the Momentary, Lieven Bertels, and director of curatorial affairs, Margi Conrads, to develop exciting exhibition programs. “I’m thrilled to welcome Austen to Crystal Bridges and Northwest Arkansas,” said Rod Bigelow, Crystal Bridges executive director, chief diversity and inclusion officer. “Her ability to lead teams and collaborate with peers combined ... More

First exhibition on the East Coast of Les Colombes on view at The Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest
NEW YORK, NY.- Thousands of white origami doves, folded by people of all ages, races and faiths, have been installed at The Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest from April 12 to August 18. In addition to the doves soaring over the nave, the installation features a contemplative light and sound show for the first month of installation. The public is invited to create the doves and to write their thoughts on the folded doves, specifically related to their ideas on what the theme of “release” means to them—release from burdens, pain, addiction or any other adversity each individual would like to overcome. Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison is a partner in the installation, drawing attention to the issue of mass incarceration in our country, and what “release” means to the individuals in prison or newly released. In addition to “release,” the white doves ... More

Trabert & Hoeffer announces closing, consignment partnership with Hindman LLC
CHICAGO, IL.- Hindman LLC today announced they will partner with storied Chicago jeweler Trabert & Hoeffer, and owner Donald Levinson, to sell a portion of the iconic jewelry retailer’s inventory ahead of the store owner’s retirement and subsequent closing. The sale, which includes more than 250 lots spanning the company’s history, will be held on May 15 at 4pm CT at Hindman’s Chicago headquarters (1338 W Lake St). Offering a selection of spectacular jewelry, Trabert & Hoeffer established its first store on Park Avenue in New York City in 1930. After expanding to Palm Beach, Beverly Hills, Atlantic City and finally Chicago, the company purchased inventory from acclaimed Parisian jewelry Mauboussin, giving birth to one of jewelry’s most historic partnerships. After purchasing Trabert & Hoeffer in 1968, Chicagoan Don Levinson built his own distinctive ... More

Arts+Leisure opens an exhibition of recent paintings by Emilia Olsen
NEW YORK, NY.- Arts+Leisure announces There Is Another Sky, their debut exhibition of recent paintings by Emilia Olsen. Depicting voluptuous female figures in a range of settings, particularly coils of snakes and verdant layers of plants and flowers, Olsen’s work presents a tour-de-force of expressive technique and painterly flourish. Rendered in viscous swaths of oil paint manipulated with a variety of mediums, her fleshy figures are both organic yet aggressively assertive of their materiality. In Flowers for Myself and Marigolds, Olsen pushes the dynamics of her practice to its limits, crafting sculptural, three-dimensional forms from globs of impasto paint; hovering between painting and sculpture, they confront our understanding of the interplay of simulation and simulacra in the image. Sheathed beneath a lattice of flowers, the female figures in Field Day ... More

Palace House appoints Professor Steven Parissien as its new Chief Executive
NEWMARKET.- Palace House, The National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art, announced the appointment of Professor Steven Parissien, as its new Chief Executive. Parissien will assume the role in June 2019, taking over from Chris Garibaldi, who is stepping down in order to embark on full-time research at the University of Cambridge. Beginning in 2010, Garibaldi delivered the ambitious £19m project to create a national gallery of British sporting art - alongside a new national horseracing museum - in the palace Charles II originally built for himself in Newmarket, Suffolk. In its first year (2016), Palace House attracted around 30,000 visitors, was short-listed for the Art Fund Museum of the Year in 2017 and in 2018 became an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation. Parissien was Director (and subsequently Chief Executive ... More

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Football Gambling is Favorite Gambling Games
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