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How the war changed a Kyiv museum's view of its past

An undated photo provided by Volodymyr Cheppel shows paintings by Oleksandr Dubovyk from “An Exhibition About Our Feelings” at the Mystetskyi Arsenal, which has reopened two galleries of the art museum in Kyiv, Ukraine. Rather than try to illustrate the war directly, Ukrainian curators turned to older art that inspired new emotions. Volodymyr Cheppel via The New York Times.

by Jason Farago


KYIV.- Most of the galleries are now empty at Mystetskyi Arsenal, one of Europe’s largest art museums. As at almost every cultural institution in the Ukrainian capital, its curators and archivists brought down the displays when war broke out Feb. 24. Much of the collection of about 4,500 objects has been moved to a secure location. Gallery after gallery sits in darkness. And yet, this summer, Mystetskyi Arsenal is open to the public, with a forceful and beautiful exhibition that’s all the more impressive for its modesty and frank emotions. “An Exhibition About Our Feelings,” inaugurated June 10 at this leading contemporary art museum, is the first significant exhibition here to take the Russian invasion of Ukraine as its focus — although not in the way you might expect. It offers a view of life during the present war through works of Ukrainian art from the 1960s to the 2010s; nothing current has been commissioned or added to illustrate what its audience is living thro ... More


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Centro INAH Tabasco recovers two Olmec reliefs of "contortionists", from Tenosique   Phillips X presents Roy Lichtenstein: Diana & Ajax   dan guz man opens "The Rise of the Observed" at Avant Garde gallery Armario916 Part V


Both monuments represent local rulers of the Middle Usumacinta region and date back to (900-400 B.C.).

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MEXICO CITY.- In addition to representing them in three-dimensional sculptures, the Olmec civilization, in its late phase (900-400 BC), also carved reliefs of "contortionists" in circular stones. Two of these monuments, which are portraits of local rulers, from the municipality of Tenosique, were salvaged by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico, through the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Villahermosa, Tabasco. The director of the INAH in Tabasco, Carlos Arturo Giordano Sánchez Verín, comments that the retrieval of these two sculptures is due to a report by the researcher of the Center for Mayan Studies, of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) Tomás Pérez Suárez, who was informed of their existence ... More
 

Roy Lichtenstein, Interior with Diana, 1997. Image courtesy of Phillips.

SOUTHAMPTON, NY.- Phillips X will present, Roy Lichtenstein: Diana and Ajax, an intimate view of two Greco-Roman inspired works commissioned by Gianni Versace from the artists’ Interiors series. The pair was intended to hang in the studio of Versace’s Milan home. However, the finished paintings, Interior with Diana and Interior with Ajax, remained in Lichtenstein’s studio at the time of the fashion designer’s death in July of 1997. It was not until that December, when Donatella Versace was contacted by the artist’s studio and made aware of the paintings’ existence. She then had them displayed in the Versace New York townhouse. Alongside these two masterworks, will be a selection of other important works by the artist including Girl in Mirror, 1964 and Shipyard Girl, 1965, on view at Phillips Southampton, 1 Hampton Road, 12 August - 6 September 2022. ... More
 

Mis manos se incendian cuando "Lalín" hace air guitar. 2.47 x 1.25 Acrílico / madera. Live Painting Performance

MONTERREY.- Located in ‘Barrio Antiguo’, which is the heart of the artistic district in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and just a few blocks from the Museo de Arte Contemporario and Museo del Noreste, the art gallery Armario 916 possesses within itself an exquisite personalization of it’s own architecture and interior with its unique blend of Mexico’s old ‘barrio’ and new industrial architecture styles under just one roof. The artwork within the current exhibition,"The Rise of the Observed", hanging on their walls reflects artist dan guz man's very personal view of his paintings. Considered to be of international renowned ever since guz man (manguzdan) was recognized by the Chinese 2019 Modern Art World Exhibition, he now represents Mexico’s talent as a Modern artist. Below is the fifth part of a conversation ArtDaily ... More



Esther Bell promoted to Deputy Director of the Clark Art Institute   Darren & Candice Romanelli: Wedding Anniversary opens at Friedman Benda   A painting by Il Morazzone worth £2 million at risk of leaving UK


Bell joined the Clark staff in 2017 and has since been deeply immersed in the Clark’s special exhibition program as well as managing all aspects of the care, growth, and development of the Clark’s permanent collection. Photo: Courtesy: Clark Art Institute.

WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS.- Esther Bell, who currently serves as the Robert and Martha Berman Lipp Chief Curator of the Clark Art Institute, has been promoted to Deputy Director. Bell retains her curatorial role and takes on added responsibilities in overseeing the work of the Clark library, supervising visitor services activities, and supporting Director’s Office initiatives. “In the five years since she joined the Clark’s staff, Esther Bell has proven herself to be an exceptional leader and a trusted colleague, and she brings great ingenuity and creativity to all aspects of her work. I have every confidence that she will manage her additional duties with the same keen eye for detail and deep commitment to the Clark’s mission that has made her such an important part of our team,” said ... More
 

Candice Romanelli, Quilt Candle (Medium), 2022, Ceramic, 7.5 x 4.75 x 4.5 inches, 19 x 12 x 11 cm.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Friedman Benda will present, Wedding Anniversary, the gallery’s first solo exhibition with ceramicist Candice Romanelli and multidisciplinary creative director Darren Romanelli. The show examines the Los Angeles-based husband and wife’s individual practices as well as their collaboration as artistic partners. In celebration of their creative dialogue, the exhibition opens on the duo’s 15 year wedding anniversary on August 11th to mark the couple’s fourth and most personal collaboration. The exhibition reflects on the effect of the couple converting their Los Feliz home into a shared studio space during the pandemic examining how working closely side-by-side has impacted their own approaches to creative expression. The show allows the viewer to examine how both push each other to delve deeper into their practices. Candice will debut her largest scaled works to date and her first investigations in lighting. In ... More
 

Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli, called ‘il Morazzone’ (1573–1626), Self-Portrait as a Knight, with a horse, an easel with painter’s palette and a page, about 1605–10 Oil on canvas, 78.6 x 59.3 cm.

LONDON.- Self-Portrait as a Knight, with a horse, an easel with painter’s palette and a page’ by Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli, also known as ‘il Morazzone’, is at risk of leaving the country unless a buyer can be found. The painting is an example of Lombard art, which has its origins in Lombardy in northern Italy during the early 17th century and remains a relatively unexplored field in art history. The style combines natural realism with intense spirituality and piety. A work by il Morazzone is rare outside of northern Italy and this painting was presumed lost until its appearance on the London art market in 2020. A departure from the UK of this newly discovered self-portrait would amount to a significant loss. Arts Minister Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay said: There are no significant self-portraits by il Morazzone in any public collections in the UK, ... More



Maxim Zhestkov presents his first solo show Waves with WI immersive at FLANNELS LONDON   Crozier Fine Arts announces acquisition of art storage and logistics leader IFAS as part of Asian expansion   Antique Arabic short sword, Victorian decoration, Patigian artwork, a large unmounted diamond, and dore at Michaan's


Together W1 Curates and FLANNELS LONDON will become a new breeding ground for experimentation and collaboration at the intersection of fashion, art and music.

LONDON.- On August 18, 2022, the first solo exhibition of digital artist Maxim Zhestkov, titled Waves, will illuminate every surface of London’s W1 Curates exhibition space — inside and out. With new work displayed across the facade’s 3 floors of bespoke LED screens and on every wall of the interior, Maxim will make his London debut via an immersive digital art experience in the commercial heart of the city. Waves meditate on its titular phenomena as the fundamental elements of change in digital and physical systems; waves merge, waves disrupt, and, if synchronized enough, they acquire system-shifting force. Cultural shifts, spiritual breakthroughs, and wi-fi connections can all be better understood as products of the interactions of waves. As physical and digital systems become less and less distinct, the ability to acknowledge similarities ... More
 

This recent acquisition marks Crozier’s first in Hong Kong, an important and growing market for the art world.

NEW YORK, NY.- Crozier, a global leader in fine arts storage and logistics, is pleased to announce its expansion into Asia with its acquisition of IFAS, a leading provider of art storage, logistics, and installation in Hong Kong. This recent acquisition marks Crozier’s first in Hong Kong, an important and growing market for the art world. With 30 locations across 11 global markets in the US, Europe and now Asia, Crozier is well positioned to support artists, museums, collectors, institutions, and galleries with the safe movement and storage of art, on a global scale. This expansion follows the recent launch of Crozier's sea freight initiative; a bespoke transport shipping service between London / New York and London / Hong Kong. Transporting art by sea is a more sustainable alternative to airfreight and already in high demand by clients seeking more ... More
 

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ALAMEDA, CA.- On Saturday, August 20, Michaan’s Auctions will hold its monthly Gallery Auction. This sale presents an array of desirable items from every genre and period, from rare Victorian decoration to acclaimed modern art. A treasure for any bidder can be found at Michaan’s this month, whether it’s Victorian Tunbridge ware boxes, a Persian Rosicrucian rug, several Haig Patigian artworks, a 2.20 carat VS1 diamond, or a Longquan ‘ice-crackled’ vase. Several rare decorative items will be offered at Michaan’s in August, such as an antique Arabic gilt inlay short sword, slightly curved and with a detailed shell motif cross guard ($1,000-$1,500). Bidders can find a Persian Rosicrucian pictorial rug as well, depicting architectural designs in vibrant color and detail ($3,000-$5,000). This month also brings three exquisite Victorian Tunbridge ware boxes, all with mirrors to lids and velvet-lined interiors ... More


Monumental "TARPESTRIES" by FUTURA suspended throughout Eric Firestone Gallery and The Garage this August   Shakenhurst Hall: An English Country house collection to be sold at Bellmans   Gramophone belonging to Sir Thomas Beecham's protegé conductor comes up for auction at John Nicholson's


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EAST HAMPTON NY.- This August, Eric Firestone Gallery debuts a new series of ambitious, large-scale painted “TARPESTRIES” by FUTURA at its flagship East Hampton gallery and The Garage, the Gallery’s newest East Hampton space, which recently opened to the public. Created with layers of spray paint on manipulated tarp, the abstract paintings are displayed unframed and unstretched in the same manner as traditional tapestries throughout the gallery’s combined 8,000-square-feet of exhibition space. On view from August 6 through September 18, 2022, TARPESTRIES marks the second solo presentation of FUTURA’s work at the Gallery. Comprising more than 20 paintings, ranging from 7 to 25 feet, the works on view explore what FUTURA playfully refers to as his “Van Wrinkle” approach, a fragmenting technique in which the artist spray paints on industrial tarps instead of canvas. The resulting ... More
 

It briefly left the Meyseys in 1901 but returned in 1961 having been passed back to Michael Meysey Wigley Severne and his wife, Rachel, a famous model and socialite in the 1950s.

LONDON.- Bellmans will present a unique collection of books, jewellery, silver, works of art and fine paintings from historic Shakenhurst Hall in Shropshire. This collection from one of the most exclusive residences in the West Midlands will be included in forthcoming 2022 auctions. The English country estate boasts a lineage back to the Domesday Book and had been owned by the Meysey family, with outright ownership from 1349. It briefly left the Meyseys in 1901 but returned in 1961 having been passed back to Michael Meysey Wigley Severne and his wife, Rachel, a famous model and socialite in the 1950s. Known as 'The Swan', Rachel Severne (nee Fitzgerald) was the daughter of the 28th Knight of Glin, growing up at the family home Castle Glin in County Limerick. Michael passed away ... More
 

C.1930 machine would have been used to play landmark record collection now housed at the University of Southampton.

LONDON.- Norman René Del Mar CBE (1919-94) enjoyed a distinguished career as a conductor, having been a horn player in the original Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Thomas Beecham in 1946. In fact, it was Beecham who recognised his potential on the podium, appointing him as his assistant conductor within months of the RPO forming, with Del Mar making his professional debut as a conductor with the RPO in 1947. His career included a period as principal conductor of the English Opera Group (1949-54) and work with the BBC, starting in 1952 when he conducted the world premiere of Franz Reizenstein’s radio opera Anna Kraus with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Del Mar became chief conductor of the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra (1954), the BBC Symphony Orchestra (1960-65), the Royal Academy of Music orchestra ... More



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Bowdoin College Museum of Art appoints next Mellon Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow
BRUNSWICK, ME.- Sean Kramer, who recently completed his Ph.D. in the History of Art at the University of Michigan, has been appointed the next Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the Museum announced today. Since 2016, Kramer has held an array of positions at the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), focusing most recently on UMMA’s collections of European and American art. He has previously held positions as an IMLS collections researcher focused on UMMA’s photography collection, and at the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, he worked on programs in European and American art and in the Spencer’s education department. Kramer’s research interests include nineteenth-century art and visual culture, masculinity, militarism, nationalism, and imperialism—all ... More

PATRON presents Heft, a three-person exhibition featuring works by Daniel G. Baird, Dominique Knowles, and Kaveri Raina
CHICAGO, IL.- PATRON is presenting Heft, a three-person exhibition featuring works by Daniel G. Baird, Dominique Knowles, and Kaveri Raina. Occupying all four galleries of PATRON, these paintings, sculptures, and installations stage a ceremonial procession of loss and becoming. The exhibition includes Dominique Knowles’ suite of dark ochre paintings, The Solemn and Dignified Burial Befitting My Beloved for All Seasons that express the passing of the artist’s beloved horse. The warm, moody amber tones and painterly gestures articulate the movement of the animal against dream-like landscapes that appear to collapse figure and ground. Within the individual compositions and amongst them as a suite, the form of spirit ... More

The Fahey/Klein Gallery opens an exhibition of works by multidisciplinary California artist Steven Arnold
LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Fahey/Klein Gallery is present Theophanies, an exhibition of works by multidisciplinary California artist Steven Arnold. The exhibition has been curated as a limited retrospective of Arnold’s surrealist tableau photographs, supported by a small selection of drawings, paintings, sculpture, and films. Theophanies features previously unseen photographs and includes an installation inspired by Arnold’s elaborate Los Angeles-based Zanzabar Studio. Steven Arnold’s work engages themes of spirituality and sexuality, often with great humor, while referencing traditional world religious iconographies and philosophies. Through his tableau photographs, films, sculptures, and drawings, Arnold explored myth and mystery, androgyny and beauty, humor and artifice, life and mortality. His intricate black and white photographs showcase the artist’s ... More

Tang Contemporary Art opens a new solo exhibition by the young Japanese artist Kaito Itsuk
BANGKOK.- Tang Contemporary Art announced the launch of a new solo exhibition "Tools are Validated" by the young Japanese artist Kaito Itsuki at the Bangkok Space on August 4th, 2022. The exhibition presents 17 fabulous paintings by Kaito Itsuki. When we use software, the word "validate" pops up a lot. After checking that each tool is working correctly, the application would display "Tools are validated" on the screen. In Kaito Itsuki's paintings, "Tools are validated" appears as both text and image. Human identity (personality) is used as a medium for information exchange. While utilizing various tools in validation and connection with other people, humans are being transformed into tools. Bruno Latour believes that man is not a transcendental subject, but an embodied existence. This embodiment exists through the process of "internalization" (dans le rabat) ... More

Chase Mishkin, Tony-winning producer of 'Dame Edna,' dies at 85
NEW YORK, NY.- Chase Mishkin, a prolific theatrical producer who received two Tony Awards, one for bringing the uninhibited Australian character Dame Edna Everage to Broadway, and who was something of flamboyant figure herself, chauffeured around town in her London taxicab, died July 24 at her home in the New York City borough of Manhattan. She was 85. Her sister Julie Kahle confirmed the death, adding that Mishkin had dementia. She had also had two strokes. After her husband died, Mishkin arrived on Broadway in 1996 with her first play, “The Apple Doesn’t Fall . . . ,” which she had produced in Los Angeles. Over the next two decades, she became one of the most prominent female producers on Broadway, with a hand, and her money, in 29 more shows. “She had a real commitment to be a Kermit Bloomgarden” — who produced ... More

Finding a collective groove in church and in house dance
NEW YORK, NY.- “In the beginning, God had a groove. And from that groove came the groove of all grooves.” Those lines, spoken by Reverend CJ (Carl Robinson Jr.) in a new dance by choreographer Rennie Harris, refer to the opening of a classic house song, “Can You Feel It” by Mr. Fingers (Larry Heard): “In the beginning there was Jack, and Jack had a groove.” And if any dance artist could groove out a church, it would be Harris, the hip-hop master who has become one of the most exacting and exciting choreographers of his generation. In “Lifted: A Gospel House Musical,” Harris — celebrating the 30th year of his Philadelphia company, Rennie Harris Puremovement — delves into spirituality by way of Charles Dickens’ “Oliver Twist.” It’s a look at redemption, in which Harris’ imagination and heart are displayed side by side. “Lifted,” making ... More

The Virginia Museum of History & Culture continues its opening celebrations with a toast to Virginia beer and spirits
RICHMOND, VA.- Celebrate the brewing, distilling and fermenting craft and the makers whose art fills your glass. Alcohol has been a part of life in the Commonwealth for more than four centuries. From the arrival of the first Europeans, winemaking, brewing and distilling have been the work of Virginians, and their products have been enjoyed widely. Shaped by the land and the innovation and creativity of its makers, Virginia continues to play a unique role in the story of alcohol in America. Cheers, Virginia! explores how makers have used their talent and enthusiasm to connect with and represent the people, places and history of the Commonwealth. The exhibition explores how these makers have affected life ... More

Rediscovered stained glass panels to be unveiled at the Reading Public Museum
READING, PA.- The Foundation for the Reading Public Museum announced significant new scholarship on two sixteenth century stained glass windows in the permanent collection. The panels will be displayed in the European Gallery on The Museum’s second floor beginning Thursday, September 15, 2022, in custom-built light boxes, and accompanied by text detailing their newly discovered history and attribution. Two stained and painted glass panels depicting the Crucifixion and the Virgin and Child have been in the collection of the Reading Public Museum since they were purchased in 1933. After they were acquired by The Museum, scholars worldwide lost track of their whereabouts. The windows were last displayed in 2012 in The Museum’s Arms and Armor Gallery, before being removed for gallery renovations. At that time, they were described as “sixteenth century Baumgartner ... More

OpenSea and Friends with Benefits Devote $100K to commissioning NFT artworks
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MFA St. Petersburg announces new exhibition in partnership with The Art Bridges
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.- The Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg announced today its participation in the Art Bridges Collection Loan Partnership, an innovative art lending model among museums dedicated to American Art, to showcase eleven nineteenth century, modern, and contemporary works from Joslyn Art Museum. Titled In Dialogue: Unexpected Visual Conversations, the installation will be within the MFA’s collection galleries and on view from August 6, 2022 through June 25, 2023. The intention behind In Dialogue is to use unexpected combinations to inspire visual conversations, foster close looking, and encourage deeper thoughts about the meaning and importance of art.
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José Da Silva announced as curator of 2024 Adelaide Biennial
ADELAIDE.- The Art Gallery of South Australia today announces José Da Silva as curator of the 2024 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. Appointed following a national callout, Da Silva brings more than twenty years of curatorial experience in Australian art museums including his current role as Director of UNSW Galleries and former roles at the Australian Cinémathèque and Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art. Art Gallery of South Australia Director Rhana Devenport ONZM says, ‘As the country’s longest standing survey of contemporary Australian art, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art has continually broadened audiences, gained national and international attention and provided a dynamic platform for artists during its 30-year history. We welcome José Da Silva to the role of curator of the 2024 Adelaide Biennial, whose ... More



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On a day like today, American painter Paul Jackson Pollock died.
August 11, 1956. Paul Jackson Pollock (January 28, 1912 – August 11, 1956), known as Jackson Pollock, was an influential American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. He was well known for his uniquely defined style of drip painting. In this image: Former Museum of Fine Arts, Houston director Peter Marzio poses near works by Jackson Pollock on display Friday, Oct. 17, 2003, in Houston. The works are titled, from left to right, "Echo (Number 25, 1951)," "Number I, 1948" and "Gothic."



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