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The work of John Stobart embarks for East & West-Coast art fairs

John Stobart, Navara on the Clyde. Oil on canvas, 20 x 30 inches. Signed. On view at The Nantucket Summer Antiques Show, August 5th – 9th.

NEW YORK, NY.- Rehs Contemporary is set to present a set of important paintings by maritime master John Stobart in the coming weeks. The works, many of which have been housed in the artist’s studio for decades, will be split up and unveiled at art fairs on both the east and west coast – three canvases are set to make an appearance at the Los Angeles Art Show, which runs from July 29th through August 1st. Then an exceptional display of nine paintings will be on view at the Nantucket Summer Antiques Show, which runs from August 5th through the 9th. John Stobart, widely regarded as the preeminent nautical painter of the 20th & 21st centuries, has spent a lifetime studying and recreating ports, harbors, and the open water. Many of his paintings feature notable ships and vessels placed into their historically accurate settings; the process is a painstaking one, but nevertheless filled with passion. When Stobart was just twelve years old, he w ... More

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Blum & Poe opens the first major U.S. survey of work by Yukinori Yanagi   Exhibition offers a fresh look at Dürer's brilliance and influence on later artists   The Wallace Collection's 'Dance to the Music of Time' on loan for first time in 121 years

Yukinori Yanagi, Article 9, 1994. Neon, plastic box, print on transparency sheet and acrylic frame. Installed dimensions variable © Yukinori Yanagi, Courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Blum & Poe presenting the first major U.S. survey of work by Onomichi, Japan-based artist Yukinori Yanagi. This is Yanagi’s fourth presentation with the gallery, following his solo show at Blum & Poe Tokyo in 2019 and his participation in the group exhibitions Parergon: Japanese Art of the 1980s and 1990s (Los Angeles, 2019) and Mountains Carrying Suns (Tokyo, 2021). Having resided in the U.S. in the late 1980s and 1990s, obtaining his MFA in sculpture from Yale University School of Art in 1990, Yanagi was first recognized on the world stage at the 45th Venice Biennale in 1993 with World Flag Ant Farm (1990). As a monumental process-based installation, this work featured 180 national flags—recognized by the United Nations, including colonized countries—each made out of acrylic ... More

Albrecht Dürer, Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513. Engraving on paper. Clark Art Institute. 1977.18.

WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS.- Drawing from its extensive holdings of works by—and inspired by—Albrecht Dürer, the Clark presents Dürer & After, on view July 17 through October 3, 2021. Original prints appear alongside faithful imitations and freer interpretations by artists including Israhel van Meckenem the Younger, Marcantonio Raimondi, Hieronymus Hopfer, and Jan Wierix, offering a unique opportunity to assess Dürer’s centuries-long artistic legacy. “Albrecht Dürer’s mastery is unquestioned. While it’s a delight to study his exceptional prints, the opportunity to look at these works through a different lens—that of his influence on other artists—helps us to appreciate Dürer anew,” said Olivier Meslay, Hardymon Director of the Clark. “It has been more than ten years since we last showed Dürer’s prints in our galleries, and we look forward to sharing a wide selection of them with our visitors. He will always ... More

Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, about 1634–6 (detail). Oil on canvas, 82.5 x 104 cm. By kind permission of the Trustees of the Wallace Collection, London (P108) © The Trustees of the Wallace Collection.

LONDON.- The National Gallery’s new exhibition Poussin and the Dance, co-organised with the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, will include wild, raucous and surprisingly joyous scenes, showing whirling, cavorting figures. It will cast the French Classical artist in a completely new light, showing how he grappled with the challenges of arresting movement and capturing the expressive potential of the body. For the first time in its 121-year history, the Wallace Collection will lend Nicolas Poussin’s painting Dance to the Music of Time (about 1634–6). His most celebrated dance picture will be included in Poussin and the Dance, the National Gallery’s landmark exhibition of works by Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665) – the first ever to focus ... More

Hauser & Wirth's new location on Isla del Rey opens with exhibition by Mark Bradford   Museum Brandhorst opens Alexandra Bircken's largest solo show to date   Exhibit celebrates the woman whose camerawork captured celebrities, surrealists and the zeitgeist of her era

Installation view, ‘Mark Bradford. Masses and Movements’ at Hauser & Wirth Menorca, until 31 October 2021 © Mark Bradford. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Stefan Altenburger.

MAHON.- Mark Bradford’s exhibition, ‘Masses and Movements’, inaugurates the gallery’s newest location on Isla del Rey in the port of Mahon in Menorca. For his first exhibition in Spain the artist presents an installation of globe sculptures, two site-specific wall paintings, and a suite of new canvases based on a sixteenth-century map of the world thought to feature the first use of the name ‘America’ in print. ‘Masses and Movements’ extends across seven gallery spaces. Integral to the exhibition is a new social engagement project that Bradford is collaborating on to bring arts education to immigrant communities and a display that highlights the global immigration crisis. Continuing his career-long exploration of the systems that oppress marginalised populations, Bradford’s newest exhibition features work rich in both formal and allegorical complexity, reasserting the importance of abstraction to understand the world we live in and confirming his pl ... More

Alexandra Bircken at Museum Brandhorst © Photo: Haydar Koyupinar, Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Museum Brandhorst, Munich.

MUNICH.- Alexandra Bircken is a sculptor best known for her objects and installations that incorporate an unusual range of materials: from everyday objects such as hair-dye packaging, rocking horses and sawn-up motorcycles, through textiles in handmade and machine-processed form to organic matter such as wood, leather, bones, or even a placenta. Anything that surrounds us can become a sculptural medium. Her approach is characterized by an examination of the human body, its needs, desires, and relationship to its environment. Bircken has played a significant role in shaping central themes of sculpture since the 2000s. Updating concepts and approaches first explored in Arte Povera and textile art, Birken expands them to include questions of technology, albeit with an analog approach. Highly topical questions such as the need for protection of the individual, gender identity and its ambivalence, and the relationship ... More

Self portrait (variant on Lee Miller par Lee Miller), Paris, France c1930 by Lee Miller
© Lee Miller Archives England 2020. All Rights Reserved.

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.- “I’d rather take a photograph than be one,” Lee Miller famously declared. Although her first work was as a model, Miller (1907-1977) – the trusted confidante of many influential artists and an eyewitness to some of the most extraordinary moments of the 20th century – made lasting contributions as a photographer. Sweeping in scope and intimate in focus, The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Millersurveys her fascinating personal life and remarkably incisive portraiture and photojournalism. The exhibition is organized by The Dalí Museum features more than 130 images from Miller’s prolific body of work. The exhibition is on view exclusively at The Dalí Museum July 3, 2021, through Jan. 2, 2022. The exhibition concentrates on Miller’s portraits of important writers and artists, the majority associated with the Surrealist movement in Paris, and with whom she had sustained personal ... More

Exhibition showcases an international selection of 18 emerging artists   AFIKARIS Gallery unveils joint exhibition of artists John Madu and Ousmane Niang   'The Sylvio Perlstein Collection: From Dada to Now' opens at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Jamilla Okubo, 'I do not come to you as a reality. I come to you as The Myth (Pentecost),' 2021. Mixed media, acrylic on canvas, 183 cm x 244 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Mehari Sequar Gallery.

LONDON.- ADA \ contemporary art gallery and HOFA Gallery have joined forces to premiere an all-female group exhibition, Mother of Mankind, showcasing an international selection of 18 emerging artists. On view from July 22 – August 31 at HOFA’s London space, the exhibition is the first of its kind to be presented by both galleries. Curated by Adora Mba, founder and director of ADA \ contemporary art gallery, Mother of Mankind sheds light on a new generation of rising artists whose work challenges and deconstructs art historical canons of representation – recurring motives which often marginalize and obliterate Black figures, and in particular, the Black female figure. Each artist investigates, in her own unique way, current perceptions of identity, gender, sexuality, family and society, all-the-while bringing forth her personal ... More

John Madu, Charles’s Party, 2021. Acrylic on canvas, 152 x 121cm. Courtesy AFIKARIS.

PARIS.- Following on its very first solo exhibition, the first in France of emerging Cameroonian artist Jean David Nkot (Human@Condition, May 29—July 7, 2021), AFIKARIS Gallery, dedicated to promoting emerging and established artists from Africa and its diaspora, presents Figures of Power, a joint exhibition of rising Nigerian artist John Madu (b. 1983, Lagos, Nigeria) and Senegalese artist Ousmane Niang (b. 1989, Tamba, Senegal). On view from July 10—August 14, 2021, this new exhibition, the first in France for both artists, brings together over 20 all-new works, addressing notions of power and domination as they unfold through gender and political dynamics. Boldly exposing and bridging each artist’s distinct approach to these topics, AFIKARIS once again demonstrates its commitment to propelling the voices of its artists. Using their art as a weapon, both artists look back and reappropriate histories ... More

Duane Hanson, Young Shopper, 1973. The Sylvio Perlstein Collection.

TEL AVIV.- The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents artworks from the collection of Sylvio Perlstein, considered one of the best collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. This is the first time the works are being shown in Israel. Perlstein’s encyclopedic, multifarious collection follows the avant-garde and experimental art movements of the 20th century. It includes an impressive amount of canonic works in various styles: Dada and surrealism, abstract and conceptual art, minimalism, pop art, arte povera and contemporary art. In addition, it includes a body of photographic works rare in its quality and scope, which forms something of a collection within the collection. Many of the artworks in the collection have become iconic representations of 20th century art. Sylvio Perlstein was born in Belgium and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to where his family fled with the rise of Nazism. In the wake of the war the family returned ... More

Art fair Foto Tallinn 2021 announces participants   Anthea Behm's first solo exhibition with 14a opens in Hamburg   A hit parade of offerings from the Estate of Phyllis McGuire tops the pops at Heritage Auctions

Olga de la Iglesia, Fatou in Paper Works, 2020. Photo: Courtesy Galerie Number 8.

TALLINN.- Art fair Foto Tallinn 2021, taking place from September 2nd to 5th at Kai Art Center, will present the latest works by 37 Estonian and international artists. Foto Tallinn is dedicated to introducing a wide range of the newest contemporary photography. As one of the main events of the 6th Tallinn Photomonth Biennial, the fair offers exhibiting artists, galleries and project spaces an opportunity to introduce their works to a diverse audience and grow their network of professional contacts. Foto Tallinn 2021 will present artists, galleries and project spaces based in Belgium, Côte D’Ivoire, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands and South Africa. The artists presented at Foto Tallinn 2021 are: Alexei Gordin (RU/EE | Kogo Gallery), Anaïs Lopez (NL), Bettina Pittalgua (UY/FR | GALERIE NUMBER 8), Celine S Diaz (PT/FI), Cloe Jancis (EE), Dénes Farkas (HU/EE ... More

Anthea Behm, Studio Wall 2, 2021. Black & white silver gelatin photogram and photograph, 69,5 × 42 in. 176,5 × 106,7 cm. Unique edition of 3 + 1 AP.

HAMBURG.- Anthea Behm’s new work utilizes the page, the table, the wall, the gallery, and the chemical photographic print as grounds to explore intersections between her experience as a contemporary artist and the charged dynamics that inflect the canonical photographs that Edward Weston took of Charis Wilson in the 1930’s. Through appropriating some of the pictures Weston made of Charis (his lover, wife, and muse) as well as Wilson’s autobiography, bits of correspondence, and other contextual borrows, Behm mines the layers of the relations that brought these historical pictures into being. In doing so, she is using the contemporary lens to draw attention to considerations of power, abuse and harassment often papered over in the standard histories of photography. Behm has decided on the analogue darkroom’s narrow parameter to make this work. ... More

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DALLAS, TX.- Las Vegas in the 1950s and 1960s meant a lot of things. It saw the evolution of casinos splashed in glitter and lights, populated by high-rollers flashing money, and a lineup of musicians and actors that made the city on of the hubs the entertainment world. Among the “Who’s Who” in the City of Lights were the McGuire Sisters, a trio of singing siblings from Ohio who paired Vegas performances with a recording career that lasted for the better part of two decades, with a glamorous stage act featuring the McGuire Sisters’ buttery-smooth harmonies in hits like Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight and Sugartime. The act was so popular that the sisters – Ruby, Dottie and Phyllis – claimed a place among the Vegas elite, mingling at top Vegas social events and socializing with other celebrities, including the notorious Rat Pack that included the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Dean Martin. They ... More

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Scottish Goldsmith's Trust award winner's work to feature in Hamilton & Inches exhibition
EDINBURGH.- A goblet inspired by the weights on railway signals and handcrafted from ethically sourced silver will be among the beautiful pieces in an exhibition celebrating Scottish jewellery and silversmithing. The highly contemporary minimalist design is by trainee silversmith Ruth Page who was commissioned to create the piece as part of her prize when she was awarded the Scottish Goldsmiths Trust Outstanding Student Award in 2019. It’s the first time that the award-winning design has been made from Fairmined silver – reflecting SGT’s ambition to see Scotland become a world-leader in the use of ethically-sourced materials and sustainable practices. COVID-19 meant the Edinburgh College of Art graduate, who now works at Hamilton & Inches on George Street, was only able to make the goblet this year. Ruth has a fascination with the small details of Scotland’s railway ... More

Henri Vernes, prolific writer of French adventure novels, dies
BRUSSELS (AFP).- Henri Vernes, the prolific Belgian author of popular French-language adventure and science fiction novels, has died at the age of 102, his publisher announced Monday. The creator of the French adventurer Bob Morane who featured in 200 novels that sold 40 million copies worldwide died on Sunday, his publisher Lombard said. "I would love to write a hundred more books, woo a few women and leave the rest to chance," Vernes told Belgium's French-language broadcaster RTBF for his 100th birthday. Jacky Legge, curator at the Folklore Museum in Tournai which set up a permanent exhibition after his 100th birthday, said he was amazed at Verne's powerful memory, grasp of detail and passion for telling stories. "It was what surprised me each time I saw him," said Legge, who added that Vernes died as a result of general decline. While a journalist in Paris in the years after ... More

Review: At Wagner's festival, a 'Dutchman' never sails
BAYREUTH (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- The pilgrims to the Green Hill, who have been making their way to the storied festival Richard Wagner founded here 145 years ago, looked more like cattle on Sunday. The theater’s bucolic grounds had become a network of roped-off, one-way sidewalks and checkpoints. With stricter pandemic safety measures than many other European opera houses, the Bayreuth Festival’s opening night — a new production of “Der Fliegende Holländer” (“The Flying Dutchman”) — lacked some of its usual glamour. Indeed, the romance ended at the sight of mobile bathrooms outside the theater; the ones inside had been deemed too risky. The audience was limited to 900, less than half the house’s capacity. Yet the unpleasantness of these restrictions faded as the lights dimmed, the hall resounded with the stormy opening of “Holländer,” and the Bayreuth ... More

New release showcases an eclectic trove of music, poetry and spoken word made between 1978 and 1996
LONDON.- From the streets of Brixton and Manchester to leafy suburbs, junk yards, punk venues and community centres, Great Noises That Fill the Air celebrates and showcases an eclectic trove of music, poetry and spoken word performance in a curated collection of film and video works made between 1978 and 1996, and rarely seen since. In the later decades of the 20th century, independent filmmakers pushed at the creative boundaries of documentary work thanks to Arts Council funding, generating an eruption of diverse, dynamic, cutting edge films that still stimulate the intellect and inflame the senses. By turns poetic and impressionistic, personal and experimental, these bold films highlight the potential of documentary to challenge, celebrate, excite, fight and inspire. Great Noises That Fill the Air will be launched with an event at BFI Southbank on Monday 16 August at ... More

Macron backs heritage bid of remote Polynesian islands
ATUONA (AFP).- French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday backed a bid by the Marquesas Islands to gain UNESCO world heritage status. Macron, the first head of state to visit the remote archipelago in French Polynesia, was greeted by a traditional ceremony of 600 dancers and musicians from its six islands. He was the only person at the gathering wearing a suit -- with everybody else clad in costumes made of leaves from the local auti plant -- as he addressed a crowd from onboard a traditional Polynesian double-hulled canoe. "This nature and this culture is our treasure," Macron said. "This is why I will fight alongside you for the Marquesas to get the Unesco classification." The UN cultural body awards world heritage status to sites judged to be of special universal value to humanity. Top heritage sites include the Great Wall of China, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Machu ... More

Almodovar, Campion to compete for top prize at Venice film festival
ROME (AFP).- Films by Jane Campion, Pedro Almodovar and Paolo Sorrentino will compete among other international entries for the Venice Film Festival's top Golden Lion prize next month, organisers said. Twenty-one films will compete during the 78th edition of the high-profile competition to be held September 1-11, with Almodovar's "Madres Paralelas" (Parallel Mothers) starring Penelope Cruz opening the festival. In the running is Campion, whose latest movie about a fraternal feud on a Montana ranch -- "The Power of the Dog" starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst -- comes after a hiatus from film since 2009. The directorial debut of US actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, "The Lost Daughter," based on a novel by Elena Ferrante, will also compete, alongside other US entries by directors Paul Schrader ("The Card Counter") and Ana Lily Amirpour ("Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon"). A ... More

National Museum Wales to acquire work by Artes Mundi artist Prabhakar Pachpute
CARDIFF.- Artes Mundi 9 artist Prabhakar Pachpute has been awarded The Derek Williams Trust Artes Mundi Purchase Prize. The award enables a work of art by an Artes Mundi shortlisted artist to be acquired by Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales for its permanent collection of contemporary art. Previous recipients of the award have included Ragnar Kjartansson, Bedwyr Williams, Tanya Bruguera and Anna Boghiguian. Pachpute’s work is currently on display at National Museum Cardiff as part of the UK’s largest biennial international exhibition and art prize – Artes Mundi 9 – which runs until 5 September 2021. Pachpute has exhibited internationally from São Paulo to Istanbul, from Barcelona to Brisbane, and yet this acquisition marks the first time that work by the Indian artist has been purchased by a museum or institution in the UK as well as a significant milestone in the ongoing ... More

National Arts Council, Singapore appoints artistic team to represent Singapore at 59th Biennale di Venezia
SINGAPORE.- The National Arts Council, Singapore announced the appointment of artist Shubigi Rao and curator Ute Meta Bauer, as the artistic team for the Singapore Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, from 23 April to 27 November 2022. Shubigi Rao and Ute Meta Bauer were selected by a Commissioning Panel convened by NAC which comprised leaders in the local arts community. Following a rigorous nomination process, artists and curators go through a considered evaluation based on established criteria including the artistic strength and proposed vision for the showcase. This year’s panel was led by Co-Chairs Rosa Daniel, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NAC, and Ahmad Mashadi, Head of NUS Museum. Ahmad Mashadi spoke of the recommendation, “The Commissioning Panel is convinced by the proposal presented by ... More

Pop-up exhibition by The Met's Civic Practice Partnership artist in residence Miguel Luciano opens in East Harlem
NEW YORK, NY.- On Friday, July 23, a special pop-up exhibition titled Cemí-Libre opened at the Hope Community, Inc.'s Galería del Barrio featuring works by Miguel Luciano created during a three-year Civic Practice Partnership Artist Residency at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Throughout his residency at The Met, Luciano has engaged with the Museum’s archives and collection, foregrounding historic connections between the Museum and East Harlem and exploring the deep activist history of the neighborhood and community. A centerpiece of the exhibition is a sculptural bronze replica of the Taíno Zemí Cohoba Stand (A.D. 974–1027), from The Met’s Arts of the Ancient Americas collection, which Luciano created to present this iconic image ... More

H.R.H. Princess Margaret's Art Deco bracelet worn for her 19th birthday portrait to be offered at auction
LONDON.- A stunning Art Deco cultured pearl and diamond bracelet owned by H.R.H. The Princess Margaret and worn for her 19th birthday photograph taken by Cecil Beaton in 1949, will be offered for sale by Dix Noonan Webb in their auction of Jewellery, Watches and Objects of Vertu on Tuesday September 14 at their Mayfair saleroom (16 Bolton Street, London W1J 8BQ). It is estimated to fetch £30,000-40,000. Comprising a double row of cultured pearls bordering a millegrain-set line of circular-cut diamonds to a diamond and pearl openwork geometric clasp, it dates from circa 1925. It is presented in a later fitted red leather Cartier case. It was previously sold at Christie’s in 2006 in their prestigious auction of Jewellery and Fabergé from the Collection of H.R.H The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. According to Cecil Beaton’s diary, this was the first of six portraits ... More

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July 27, 1939. William Eggleston (born July 27, 1939) is an American photographer. He is widely credited with increasing recognition for color photography as a legitimate artistic medium to display in art galleries. Eggleston's mature work is characterized by its ordinary subject-matter. In this image: William Eggleston. Untitled (Leg with Red Shoe, Paris), 2007. Pigment print, 22 x 28 in. Edition of 7. © Eggleston Artistic Trust. Courtesy Cheim & Read, New York.

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