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Her 'Chagall' is headed for the trash. How's that for caveat emptor?

Stephanie Clegg, an art collector who purchased a purported Marc Chagall painting at Sotheby’s in 1994 that has now been declared a fake, in Beach Haven, N.J., July 1, 2022. An expert panel in France now wants to destroy it as a fake. “I trusted them through all those years,” Clegg said of Sotheby’s. “They were supposed to be reputable experts and I relied on their expertise.” Aaron Richter/The New York Times.

by Colin Moynihan


NEW YORK, NY.- The question of whether a valuable artwork is genuine can be surprisingly fluid, changing over time based on evolving and sometime competing evaluations. In 1973, for example, the Metropolitan Museum of Art reattributed roughly 300 paintings in its collection, including works long thought to have been created by masters such as Rembrandt, Goya, Vermeer and Velázquez. “I believe that attributions are like medicine or any field in which knowledge is constantly changing or advancing,” offered Everett Fahy, the Met’s curator of European paintings at that time. Some 37 years later, the museum decided it had actually been right the first time around, and flipped back the attribution for one of those works, a portrait of Phillip IV by Velázquez. But this sort of history is of little solace to Stephanie Clegg, who paid $90,000 for a painting attributed to Marc Chagall at auction at Sotheby’s in 1994, just nine years after the artist’s death. ... More


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U.K. museums face a sticky problem from climate protests   Cortesi Gallery presents four generative artists whose artistic research focuses on the creative process and movement   dan guz man opens "The Rise of the Observed" at Armario916: Interview part III


Activists are gluing themselves to the frames of iconic paintings. They say it does not matter whether their actions are popular — only whether they are noticed. © National Gallery, London.

LONDON.- Room 34 of the National Gallery in London was jammed on Monday afternoon with tourists studying the masterpieces of British art on its walls, including J.M.W. Turner’s “The Fighting Temeraire,” which depicts a warship being towed to a breaker’s yard, and George Stubbs’ “Whistlejacket,” a huge painting of a horse rearing skyward. Then, suddenly, two visitors broke the reverential mood. At 2:15 p.m., Eben Lazarus, 22, a music student, pulled three posters from a tube. Then, with the help of Hannah Hunt, 23, a psychology student, he stuck them over John Constable’s “The Hay Wain,” a famed 19th-century painting, transforming its bucolic landscape into one with airplanes, fire-ravaged trees and a rusty car. The couple then removed their jackets to reveal T-shirts bearing the slogan “Just Stop Oil,” glued themselves to the painting’s frame and shouted about the need ... More
 

Four international artists with similar yet different and unique backgrounds, united by their ability to write their own codes that give rise to generative artworks with strongly characterizing features.

MILAN.- With the 20th century and the advent of the historical avant-gardes, the artist's role underwent considerable analysis and was revised for the aesthetic result. Even as figurative art was abandoned, the artist took on a different and new role compared to tradition. With the progress and development of technology, accompanied by the related and consequential increasing involvement of the viewer, the focus was no longer exclusively on the artistic result but more on the overall creation process. Proof of this new trend lies in the emergence of art movements focused on the active role of the viewer, including kinetic art, where the viewer individually determines the result, and generative art, where the artwork is the product of an autonomous system capable of determining the characteristics of the work. As anticipated, especially since the last century, ... More
 

The physical effort that my paintings demand of me sometimes makes me paint on the floor or sometimes paint upside down. All in order to finish the work and show the public new works, painted between 2021 and 2022.

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 third part of a conversation ArtDaily ... More



MSU Broad Art Museum announces Interim Director Steven L. Bridges   San Antonio Museum of Art announces new acquisition   With rising book bans, librarians have come under attack


Bridges is a curator, art historian, and writer based in Lansing, Michigan.

EAST LANSING, MI.- The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University announced that Steven L. Bridges has been appointed to the role of Interim Director, effective July 7, 2022. “I care deeply for this museum and university, along with the many communities we serve—all have enriched me personally and professionally over the years," says Bridges. "As such, it is an immense honor to assume the role of Interim Director in further service of MSU’s commitment to the arts. During this important anniversary year marking 10 years of the MSU Broad Art Museum, there is much to be excited about, not only in celebration of the achievements of the past but also our current and future direction. I look forward to working with the incredible staff of the museum and the communities to which we belong to usher in the next decade of growth and cultural advancement.” Throughout his time at the MSU Broad Art Museum, Bridges has hel ... More
 

Julian Onderdonk, American, 1882 - 1922, Evening - Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, 1911 (detail). Oil on canvas, 27 1/4 × 37 1/4 in. (69.2 × 94.6 cm). Purchased with funds provided by the Kelso Endowment for Texas Art.

SAN ANTONIO, TX.- The San Antonio Museum of Art announced today the addition of several works to its collections, furthering the Museum’s ongoing commitment to expanding its holdings of contemporary art and works that reflect the artistic communities of Texas. Among the acquisitions is Amnía (Echo) (2021), an important multi-media work by acclaimed artist Wendy Red Star. SAMA recently presented Wendy Red Star: A Scratch on the Earth, a major traveling exhibition of Red Star’s work. With the purchase of Amnía (Echo), SAMA continues its focus on expanding the range of voices and narratives represented within its contemporary collection. The new acquisitions also include four photographs from the Family Portrait Series by Judy Gelles, paintings by Texas-based artists Julian Onderdonk and Rodolfo (Rudolph) Guzzardi, ... More
 

Martha Hickson, a librarian at North Hunterdon Regional High School, in the school’s library in Annandale, N.J., on June 14, 2022. Bryan Anselm/The New York Times.

by Elizabeth A. Harris and Alexandra Alter


NEW YORK, NY.- Martha Hickson, a high school librarian in Annandale, New Jersey, heard last fall that some parents were going to call for her library to ban certain books. So at 7 p.m., when she and her husband would usually watch “Jeopardy!” she got comfortable in her recliner and turned on a livestream of the local school board meeting. A parent stood up and denounced two books, “Lawn Boy” and “Gender Queer,” calling them pornographic. Both books, award winners with LGBTQ characters and frank depictions of sex, have been challenged around the country and were available at the North Hunterdon High School library. Then the woman called out Hickson, who is the librarian there, by name, for allowing her 16-year-old son to check out the books. “This amounts to an effort ... More



Fridman Gallery and Voloshyn Gallery present 'Women at War'   Academy Museum appoints Jacqueline Stewart as Director and President   Newly discovered Stubbs dog portrait sells at Bonhams Old Master Paintings sale


Zhanna Kadyrova, Palianytsia, 2022, mixed media installation ©Zhanna Kadyrova. Courtesy of the artist and Galeria Continua.

NEW YORK, NY.- Fridman Gallery and Voloshyn Gallery (Kyiv, Ukraine) are presenting Women at War, curated by Monika Fabijanska. Women at War features works by a selection of the leading contemporary women artists working in Ukraine, and provides a context for the current war, as represented in art across media. Several works in the exhibition were made after February 24, 2022, when Russia began full-scale invasion; others date from the eight years of war following the annexation of Crimea and the creation of separatist “republics” in Donbas in 2014. War is central to history. History has been written (and painted) by men. This exhibition provides a platform for female narrators of history and examines the perception of war as gendered. Women are generally absent from the historical accounts of war, but violating a woman is seen as a violation of land and nation. Media images reinforce the perception of gender divide. But is war ind ... More
 

She succeeds Bill Kramer, who was appointed CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences last week.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Board of Trustees of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures today announced the appointment of Jacqueline Stewart as the institution’s Director and President. One of the world’s leading scholars, curators, and public educators on cinema, she was appointed in 2020 as Chief Artistic and Programming Officer of the museum. She assumes her duties as Director and President on July 18 and will guide the vision of the Academy Museum and oversee all aspects of its operations. She succeeds Bill Kramer, who was appointed CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences last week. Ted Sarandos, Chair of the Academy Museum’s Board of Trustees and Co-CEO of Netflix, said, “The Board warmly and unanimously agrees that Jacqueline Stewart is the ideal choice to lead the Academy Museum into the future. A strong and inspiring partner to Bill Kramer throughout the period leading up to our opening, she gave indispensab ... More
 

Detail of A Black and White Spaniel Pointing by George Stubbs. Sold for £252,300. Photo: Bonhams.

LONDON.- A Black and White Spaniel Pointing by George Stubbs that had been considered lost sold for £252,300 at Bonhams Old Master Paintings sale in London on 6 July. It had been estimated at £200,000-300,000. The 71-lot sale made a total of £1,589,000. Lisa Greaves, Bonhams Head of Old Master Paintings, said: “Although Stubbs made his name as a painter of horses for the grandees of racing and horse breeding, he developed an equally lucrative career as a painter of dogs – often as commissions from the aristocratic owners of the horses. This was a wonderful example of his dog painting and a great rediscovery.” Other highlights of the sale included: Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden by the Master of the Embroidered Foliage (active in Brussels and Bruges 1480-1510). The unusual name of the artist was coined in the 1920s. Subsequent research has shown that the Master's works were created by a variety of artists from different wo ... More



Online exhibition at Janet Rady Fine Art considers the beauty of nature   Philbrook hosts major Frida Kahlo exhibition   Design Exhibition Scotland reveals new park bench designs at Mount Stuart


Adam Lowenbein, Pool, 2021 Acrylic on canvas, 152.4 x 121.9cm Janet Rady Fine Art.

LONDON.- Janet Rady Fine Art is presenting “Bubble In The Grass”, an online group show of international artists running from 6th July to August 3rd 2022. Inspired by a line in Laurie Lee’s poem “Apples”, this online show considers the beauty of nature, and the joy and optimism of life through still-life and landscape paintings by Shadi Abousada, Daniel Freaker, William Lim and Adam Lowenbein. Daniel Freaker’s work explores the painterly qualities of print, video, film and photography through the medium of painting. The filmic reminiscence of film-scenes suggest fragments of a broader narrative which the viewer can interpret. Sitting between abstraction and figuration, Freaker’s paintings play as much emphasis on the materiality of paint as they do the form of the image itself. Where some aspects of the painting are defined and detailed, others are more suggestive and evocative. ... More
 

Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907–1954). Diego on My Mind (Self-Portrait as Tehuana), 1943. Oil on Masonite, 29 7/8 x 24”. The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection of 20th Century Mexican Art and The Vegel Foundation. ©️ 2022 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

TULSA, OKLA.- It’s time to experience Frida at Philbrook. In what’s sure to be one of the region’s premier cultural attractions of Summer 2022, Philbrook Museum of Art presents the special exhibition, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism. Experience work by one of the art world’s most famous power couples though original paintings, drawings, prints, clothing, and over 100 photographs. “One of the things I love most about museums is their capacity to bring communities together,” said Philbrook President and CEO Scott Stulen. “This special exhibition gives us the potential to do just that and take a it to a new level.” Drawn from the collection Jacques ... More
 

Designer C.A. Walac in the Gardens of Glasgow Sculpture Studios with her new bench design.

ISLE OF BUTE.- Sitting Pretty is a new project by Design Exhibition Scotland to showcase ambitious new park bench designs as part of a temporary exhibition at Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute. Running from 9 July until 15 October, five new benches have been created by Scotland-based design talent. This project complements Mount Stuart’s long tradition of commissioning site-specific installations. Through an open call that received over 60 submissions, Design Exhibition Scotland prompted Scottish designers to produce original benches for Mount Stuart reflecting on the potential of these objects to connect people to nature, offering the luxury of calmness and stillness in an ever-changing and fast-paced world. Park benches are used to explore alternative lifestyles focused on wellbeing and community values as the design structures ground ... More



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A conductor's career, cut short, still blazes on recordings
NEW YORK, NY.- Frost glazed the ground, and mist hung in the air, as a brand-new Douglas DC-6B took off from Orly Airport near Paris early on Nov. 24, 1956. The plane was headed for Shannon, Ireland, and then New York. It would arrive at neither. About 15 seconds after it left the ground, the plane dipped slightly below its path, clipped an unlit house, and plunged into the village of Paray-Vieille-Poste. The authorities never found the cause of the crash; all but one of the 35 people aboard died. Among them was Guido Cantelli, 36, a “comet of a conductor,” as one critic called him, and the protégé of Arturo Toscanini. In just eight years, Cantelli had shot from obscurity to a career whose brightness still blinds today. Frequently a guest of the New York Philharmonic, which he was on his way to conduct, he had been announced as the music director ... More

British - Iranian artist Hana Shahnavaz creates new work for long-awaited Jeff Bridges spy drama, FX's The Old Man
LONDON.- Hana Shahnavaz is known for her highly stylised, vibrant paintings which depict the stories and legends of her Iranian heritage. This work - inspired by Persian miniatures and their accompanying literature - is made using pigments from rare, natural materials that are hand ground in her studio. Her chosen techniques are testament to a blending of traditional and contemporary arts, gold leaf and diamond dust make light emanate from the hand-made parchment that is her canvas. The Old Man’s producers, Jon Steinberg and Dan Shotz, along with director Jon Watts, approached FX’s Design team to develop the series’ opening titles. Deep into explorations, the group began to rally around a unique concept which ... More

70 years on: Helsinki revitalises its 1952 Olympic sites, leading the way in circular architecture
HELSINKI.- 2022 marks 70 years since the Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games, and the 10th anniversary of Helsinki as the World Design Capital in 2012. Throughout, the city has prioritised the reuse and revitalisation of its original Olympic architectural landmarks, offering improved cultural spaces that contribute to the evolving character and shape of the city, whilst respectfully preserving the national value of each site. Although the smallest city to have hosted the summer Olympics, Helsinki’s functionalist structures were conceived as versatile recreational venues and have been preserved to become modestly emblematic of successful circular design 70 years later. With functional design and sustainably-driven innovation as core priorities for Helsinki’s future, the city and the partners undertaking renovation work to the heritage sites have echoed ... More

Azikiwe Mohammed's 'Forever is Twice as Long from the Ground' opens at Anna Zorina Gallery
NEW YORK, NY.- Anna Zorina Gallery is presenting Forever Is Twice As Long From The Ground, the Gallery’s second solo exhibition with Azikiwe Mohammed. Mohammed's practice centers on creating an alternative space for people of color. His paintings, objects, videos and installations act as celebrations of Black continuance. He shares rich and vibrant offerings of comfort food and othered moments of leisure that touch on a nerve that is joyful, nostalgic and intimate. How far away is a future that has already come, that we are currently living inside of. Has it always been the future or is it now a horizon that we look back upon and act inside of. The promise of the flying car to take us to places lacking that which concerns us here was a lie, a distraction from the ground that we have neglected. There were never any Black people in The Jetsons. We ... More

Heritage holds a blockbuster auction featuring props, scripts and costumes from producer Joel Silver's Collection
DALLAS, TX.- You know his movies, among them the billion-dollar franchises and big-screen blockbusters that will play on small screens until the electricity runs out. For starters: all four Lethal Weapons, the first two Die Hards, the first three entries in The Matrix series, the Sherlock Holmes movies, 48 Hrs., the first two Predators, Road House, Demolition Man, Commando, V for Vendetta, Weird Science, the Tales from the Crypt TV series. It goes on. And on. You know his name, too, the rare producer whose name would appear above the title: Joel Silver, who likes to say that in 1975 he “went from college to Hollywood.” Silver has more than 125 productions to his credit, dating back to 1979’s The Warriors. Ever since, he’s come out to play: “I am in the business to make movies seen by the audience,” he once said. “That is my intention.” That, ... More

Director of The Musée des Arts Décoratifs Olivier Gabet leaves to join the Musée du Louvre
PARIS.- On the occasion of Olivier Gabet’s departure to join the Musée du Louvre as Director of the Decorative Arts department, Johannes Huth, president of the board of directors of Les Arts Décoratifs, and Sylvie Corréard, its chief executive officer, wish to acknowledge Mr Gabet’s achievements during his tenure as director of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and the Musée Nissim de Camondo. Mr. Gabet was appointed in 2013 by former board president Jean-Jacques Aillagon. Over the course of nine years, under the successive chairmanships of Bruno Roger, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, and Johannes Huth, Olivier Gabet thoroughly transformed the two museums under his leadership. He oversaw a number of exhibitions reflecting the multidisciplinary scope of Les Arts Décoratifs, ranging from fashion to decorative arts, from non-Western ... More

El Ultimo Grito creates an exhibition proposal for Bombas Gens Centre d'Art
VALENCIA.- Within the framework of World Design Capital Valencia 2022, Bombas Gens Centre d’Art – under the artistic direction of Sandra Guimarães— has invited El Ultimo Grito to create an exhibition proposal based on the Per Amor a l’Art Collection. In this exhibition, design operates as a conceptual and material narrative and curatorial device, sketching a sort of language of the interlude, engaging in a dialogue that opens a speculative approach into the nature of this collection and its individual works. For El Ultimo Grito, design is an inbetweener. Design is an action, a verb, and not a noun or object. Although these are commonly mistaken as design, they are just by-products of these processes. Design lives in those in-between spaces that exist between humans and their surrounding worlds, both real or fictional, conceptually ... More

New exhibition at Isaac Bell House revisits the full-length portrait
NEWPORT, RI.- In collaboration with Art&Newport, The Preservation Society of Newport County is hosting “Pictus Porrectus: Reconsidering the Full-Length Portrait” at Isaac Bell House. This exhibition will be available for public viewing on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Labor Day weekend, and afterward, on Saturdays and Sundays through October 2. The exhibition is included with admission to Isaac Bell House. Admission is by Preservation Society membership, or the One-House, Duo, Trio or Experience 5 tickets. For more information, visit NewportMansions.org. “Our contemporary art initiative presents installations and exhibitions that explore and honor innovation, craftsmanship, and artistic creation,” Preservation Society CEO and Executive Director Trudy Coxe said. “These principles correlate our past with our present and inform our future. ... More

MCA Australia and Tate announce new joint acquisitions
SYDNEY.- he Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and Tate have today announced the acquisition of six artworks by five artists as part of the International Joint Acquisition Program for contemporary Australian art. Since its inception the program has made possible the acquisition of 35 artworks by 24 artists for the Collections of Tate and MCA. This ground-breaking acquisition program which has brought the work of Australian artists to the attention of a global public was made possible through a $2.75 million corporate gift from the Qantas Foundation in 2015. The most recent acquisitions include the sculptural work Untitled (Interiors) (2008) by Simryn Gill (Sydney and Malaysia), canvas painted in natural earth pigments Garnkiny (2013) by senior Gija artist Mabel Juli (East Kimberley, Western Australia), bark painting, Baratjala (2020) by senior ... More

Art Gallery of Burlington announces appointment of new Executive Director
BURLINGTON, ON.- The Board of Directors of the Art Gallery of Burlington announced the appointment of Ms. Emma Quin as AGB’s next Executive Director (ED). After a comprehensive national search, the Board has selected Ms. Quin to lead the organization at this important moment of transformation and as the AGB prepares to embark on its next strategic plan later this year. As ED, Ms. Quin will help lead the organization through the next phase of its evolution, where the AGB uses art to activate the creativity within individuals, organizations and communities to enhance wellness, spark innovation and build economic opportunity. Ms. Quin comes to the AGB with 30 years of experience working with cultural, charitable, and not for profit organizations in Ontario, paired with deep knowledge of the arts and craft sector. Ms. Quin has been ... More

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art presents a retrospective of Joan Semmel's work
ITHACA, NY.- Joan Semmel: Skin in the Game, a retrospective of the artist’s six-decade career is on view now at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY from July 2 through August 21, 2022. For sixty years, Joan Semmel (American, born 1932) has steadfastly pursued her “self” through painting. She is finally, with this exhibition, having her first retrospective. Joan Semmel: Skin in the Game traces her career from early abstract expressionist paintings through her movement-defining feminist art and activism to the vital work that she is making of her own mature body today. The exhibition includes nearly thirty of her groundbreaking paintings and drawings, which together show the remarkable continuity and assiduity of her practice—evidencing Semmel’s key role in the history of art in the United States from ... More



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On a day like today, Belarusian-French painter Marc Chagall was born
July 06, 1887. Marc Zakharovich Chagall (6 July [O.S. 24 June] 1887 - 28 March 1985) was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin. An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic format, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. In this image: Marc Chagall, Paradise, 1961. Oil on hardboard. H: 43.5 cm, W: 58 cm. Musée National Marc Chagall, Nice © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Marc Chagall) / Gérard Blot / ADAGP, Paris - SACK, Seoul, 2018.



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