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A Rubens returns to a German castle, 80 years after it was stolen

Peter Paul Rubens, St. Gregory of Nazianzus, 1952-14. Albright–Knox Art Gallery.

NEW YORK, NY.- Among the most valuable art treasures once held at Friedenstein Castle, a vast baroque palace in eastern Germany, was a series of five oil sketches depicting saints by Peter Paul Rubens that disappeared at the end of World War II. The castle had long been the home of the dukes of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, a duchy that lost its powers, titles and much of its land after the 1918 revolution in Germany. The palace complex then became a public museum, filled with the art once owned by the ducal family and operated by an independent foundation. But representatives of the ducal family returned to the castle in 1945 as American and Soviet forces closed in on the city of Gotha. ... More

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How Black librarians helped create generations of Black literature   Kunsthaus Zürich actively implements new provenance strategy   Lokiceratops, a horned dinosaur, may be a new species

The 135th Street branch of the New York Public Library in 1915. (New York Public Library Archives, The New York Public Library via The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- It was a banner day in the history of American libraries — and in Black history. On May 25, 1926, the New York Public Library announced that it had acquired celebrated Afro-Latino bibliophile Arturo Schomburg’s collection of more than 4,000 books, manuscripts and other artifacts. A year earlier, the library had established the first public collection dedicated to Black materials, at its 135th Street Branch in ... More

Claude Monet, L’Homme à l’ombrelle, 1865/1867. Oil on canvas, 99 x 61 cm Kunsthaus Zürich.

ZURICH.- The Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft, the patron association of the Kunsthaus Zürich and owner of its collection, on 5 June 2024 agreed with the heirs of the Jewish industrialist and art collector Carl Sachs on a ‘just and fair solution’ for the painting ‘L’Homme à l’ombrelle’ by Claude Monet. This is an important step in the systematic implementation of the new provenance strategy which the Kunsthaus Zürich presented in March 2023. The work is now to be sold under the ... More

The study authors Brock Sisson, left, and Mark Loewen, with a completed reconstruction of Lokiceratops mounted for display. (Mark Loewen via The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- In the late Cretaceous period, a remarkable flowering of horned dinosaurs occurred along the coastal floodplains of western North America. Two different families — each sporting every imaginable combination of spikes, horns and frills — diversified across the landscape, using their headgear to signal mates and challenge rivals. Seventy-eight million ... More

"Fulfillment" marks Joan Linder's first solo exhibition with Cristin Tierney Gallery   Sous Les Etoiles Gallery opens an exhibition of works by Italian artist Gianfranco Chiavacci   Judy Garland Museum is raising money to bid on stolen ruby slippers

Installation view of Joan Linder: Fulfillment (Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York, June 21 - August 9, 2024). Photograph by Adam Reich.

NEW YORK, NY.- Cristin Tierney Gallery is presenting Fulfillment, a solo exhibition of new and recent work by Joan Linder. The exhibition opened today and will be on view through August 9th. Fulfillment marks Linder’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. ... More

Gianfranco Chiavacci, GF0416, 1973 Acrylic on Cardboard, 21.25 x 21.25 in.

NEW YORK, NY.- Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is presenting “ Binarieta” by Italian artist Gianfranco Chiavacci. This is the second show by the gallery dedicated to the artist. The exhibition will be on view through July 26th, 2024. A self-taught and innovative Tuscan artist, Gianfranco Chiavacci ... More

The famed ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” that will be sold at auction in December. (Heritage Auctions via The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- In 2018, the FBI recovered a pair of the famed ruby slippers Judy Garland wore in “The Wizard of Oz” that had been stolen in a brazen robbery from a museum in the actress’s hometown, Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Now, the museum ... More

Matthew Teitelbaum to retire as Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston   Louisiana Museum of Modern Art opens "Franz Gertsch: Blow-Up"   Tanya Bonakdar Gallery opens "The Objects We Choose"

Ten-year tenure prioritized access, engagement, and excellence of collection building and gisplay.

BOSTON, MASS.- The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, announced today that Matthew Teitelbaum, Ann and Graham Gund Director and CEO since 2015, intends to retire from the Museum in August 2025, marking ten years as Director. Under his leadership, the MFA, which was founded in 1870, has introduced new initiatives, programs and partnerships to invite, welcome and engage diverse audiences and build a more inclusive community ... More

Installation view of the exhibition.

HUMLEBAEK.- The Swiss artist Franz Gertsch (1930-2022) is considered a pioneer of photorealism and a true master of the modern woodcut. The new exhibition in the Louisiana's West Wing presents a panorama of the artist’s work – large-scale paintings of the 1970s, iconic portraits of women from the 1980s, epic landscapes and nature close-ups from his last two decades, plus monumental woodcuts. ... More

Installation view, The Objects We Choose, Curated by Pedro Alonzo, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, 2024. Photo by Pierre Le Hors.

NEW YORK, NY.- Tanya Bonakdar Gallery is presenting The Objects We Choose, curated by Pedro Alonzo, an exhibition featuring important work by Meschac Gaba, Ximena Garrido-Lecca, Shilpa Gupta, Brian Jungen, Kimsooja, Laura Lima, Patrick Martinez, Moris, Rivane Neuenschwander, Clarissa Tossin, Marie Watt, and Héctor Zamora. As consumers who navigate existence through ... More

Thomas J. McCormack, who transformed St. Martin's Press, dies at 92   Videos show that leeches can jump in pursuit of blood   Apóstolos Georgíou joins Michel Rein, Paris/Brussels

Playwright and editor Thomas McCormack at his home in New York, 2002. (Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- Thomas J. McCormack, an iconoclastic CEO and editor who transformed St. Martin’s Press into a publishing behemoth with bestselling books such as “The Silence of the Lambs” and “All Creatures Great and Small” and its own mass- ... More

In a screen grab from a video provided by Mai Fahmy shows, land-dwelling leeches. (Mai Fahmy via The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- Land-dwelling leeches can seem like placid creatures. But when they’re on the hunt for blood, look out. An appetite for blood may have provoked acts of startling athleticism, documented in a pair of videos released Thursday by two ... More

Apóstolos Georgíou, artist's studio, ph. Boris Kirpotin.

PARIS.- Michel Rein, Paris/Brussels announced representation of the greek artist Apóstolos Georgíou (b. 1952, lives and works in Athens and Skópelos) « Apóstolos Georgíou work is deeply humanist. Starting from short and anecdotal stories, he succeeds in creating images that talk to the best part of ourselves, outside of any fashions ... More

Abstract art was for us (the Dadaists) tantamount to absolute honor. Richard Huelsenbeck

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Kunsthalle Bern to open "Back to the Future / George Steinmann, 2003"
BERN.- Kunsthalle Bern will begin with their new program announced a few weeks ago, entitled Fermenting Kunsthalle. Anticipating the launch of the renovated building in Spring 2025, the museum starts with inaugurating a series of programming titled Back to the Future an exhibition and events series which addresses climate catastrophe through activating the Kunsthalle Bern’s extensive and important archive. The museum is thinking of re-cycling, as a process of remembering, honouring and highlighting. Back to the Future resurfaces questions that were asked in the past but that are still pertinent today and that might hold answers for our future. The series begins with an exhibition/intervention by acclaimed Swiss artist George Steinmann on June 28, revisiting his exhibition at Kunsthalle Bern in 2003 and his overall collaboration with the institution ... More

Why does Kendrick Lamar want Drake to return Tupac Shakur's ring?
NEW YORK, NY.- When Kendrick Lamar made his entrance to his sold-out show at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California, on Juneteenth, he did so with a bang. He performed “Euphoria,” a track he released in April during his well-documented feud with Drake, adding a new lyric: “Give me Tupac ring back and maybe I’ll give you a little respect.” The internet went wild. This was Lamar’s first time performing since his testy dispute with Drake escalated into a volley of dis tracks this spring. For the show, titled “The Pop Out: Ken & Friends,” he brought out fellow West Coast artists such as Dr. Dre, YG, Tyler the Creator, Schoolboy Q and Steve Lacy, the next generation of musicians from the region after Tupac Shakur. It was a victory lap after unofficially winning the war. Lamar had been questioning Drake’s authenticity and status among ... More

Asya Geisberg Gallery now representing Jakub Tomáš
NEW YORK, NY.- Jakub Tomáš's exuberant paintings are based on sculpture and collage, using cardboard models and theatrical lighting to generate enigmatic or absurdist scenes. Disturbingly flattened faces are painted within illusively familiar environments, and friendly robots sometimes join gatherings. His paintings are off kilter, and there is a palpable awkwardness in the relationships between figures, whose faces sometimes seem to be masks. Tomáš’s style – by turns Cubist with his penchant for building maquettes and collaging fragments of internet-sourced imagery, and more recognizable figuration – seems perfect for the task. The work’s forebears include the slightly out of sync timelines of Neo Rauch, harshly plotted limbs of Max Beckman and the Expressionists, and adherents of contemporary surreal figuration such ... More

BAMPFA presents nationally acclaimed contemporary art exhibition that explores the Great Migration
BERKELEY, CALIF.- The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive is presenting A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration, an exhibition that explores the profound impact of the Great Migration on the social and cultural life of the United States from historical and personal perspectives. Co-organized by the Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) and the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), the award-winning exhibition features newly commissioned works across media by twelve acclaimed artists, including Akea Brionne, Mark Bradford, Zoë Charlton, Larry W. Cook, Torkwase Dyson, Theaster Gates Jr., Allison Janae Hamilton, Leslie Hewitt, Steffani Jemison, Robert Pruitt, Jamea Richmond-Edwards, and Carrie Mae Weems. Through the artists’ distinctive and dynamic installations, A Movement in Every Direction reveals ... More

Fridman Gallery opens a group exhibition curated by Maty Sall
NEW YORK, NY.- Fridman Gallery opened A Billion, Brilliant Points of Unity, a group exhibition curated by Maty Sall. The belief that different cultures are not separate but rather inherently interconnected, sharing past and present influences, is generally known as polyculturalism. And, in as much as it is a belief, it is also an observation of perpetual flux that points us towards an obvious truth: human beings are engaged in an eternal process of cultural exchange. Our history is one of mutual influence, a constant migration and exchange of people, ideas, and objects. The current popular understanding of how cultures interact has morphed into a simplified notion of cultural exchange as a system of top-down oppression that frames non-Western people and their art as "source material." This both denies non-Western people ... More

From the Darién Gap to 'The Great Dictator'
NEW YORK, NY.- Some common jobs of recent Venezuelan migrants in New York: delivering meals or washing dishes; cleaning house or minding children. And then there’s the uncommon work that eight such migrants got, for something like two weeks this past winter: watching comedies by Charlie Chaplin about migration, poverty and dictatorship; working up a screenplay that riffed on those movies; finally, playing the roles of both the downtrodden in Chaplin and also their oppressors, in a peculiar art film called “Amerika” that came out of their group effort. The film is screening in a Greenwich Village space called the Center for Art, Research and Alliances, as the centerpiece in a solo show by Venezuelan New Yorker Javier Téllez. Although his films and videos have made him a favorite in museums and nonprofits abroad, it’s been almost ... More

Linda Thompson can't sing her new songs. Her solution? 'Proxy Music.'
NEW YORK, NY.- For years, singer Linda Thompson faced a problem that, for someone in her line of work, seemed insurmountable. Slowly over time, and then suddenly all at once, she lost the ability to hold a note surely enough to sustain even the simplest tune. “I first noticed something wrong back in 1972 when I got pregnant for the first time,” she recalled recently. “My voice became precarious — in and out.” Consultations with doctors eventually brought a brutal diagnosis: spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological disorder in which the muscles in the larynx tighten or lapse into spasms, strangulating speech while making singing a significant challenge. (It’s an entirely different diagnosis from stiff person syndrome, which Celine Dion announced she has in 2022.) “It’s a progressive disease,” Thompson said of her condition. “So, for ... More

How architecture became one of Ukraine's essential defenses
NEW YORK, NY.- When the German army finally broke through in central Ukraine in September 1941, pasting up ordinances around Kyiv to announce a new occupying authority, they had only a few days’ calm. Less than a week after the occupation began, bombs started exploding right in the city center. The Soviets were dynamiting Kyiv, reducing their own city to ungovernable rubble, in a ferocious counteraction that would be commemorated very differently in Russia and in Ukraine. Walk through central Kyiv today, down the Khreshchatyk, past the grand Independence Square and the ritzy Tsum department store, and you can read the history of postwar and post-independence Ukraine in the subsequent architecture. The marble of the Stalinist skyscrapers, the concrete of the cheap Khrushchevka housing blocks, the glass and chrome of the oligarchs’ ... More

James Chance, no wave and punk-funk pioneer, dies at 71
NEW YORK, NY.- James Chance, a singer, saxophonist and composer who melded punk, funk and free jazz into bristling dance music as the leader of the Contortions, died Tuesday in New York. He was 71. His brother, David Siegfried, said Chance had been in declining health for years and succumbed to complications of gastrointestinal disease at the Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center in upper Manhattan. During the late 1970s explosion of punk culture in New York City, the Contortions were at the forefront of a style called no wave — music that set out to be as confrontational and radical in sound and performance as punk’s fashion and attitude were visually. Contortions songs like “I Can’t Stand Myself” and “Throw Me Away” filled the rhythmic structures of James Brown’s funk with ... More

R.O. Kwon's jade rings
NEW YORK, NY.- R.O. Kwon asks her ancestors for help. Two jade rings in particular, passed down by her mother, serve as a direct line and source of comfort. Kwon, an award-winning author, wanted to be a Christian pastor or a religious recluse when she was growing up. She had, as she put it, “what felt like a conversation with the Lord going.” But she lost her faith as a teenager. Now, in her writing, Kwon explores the challenge of questioning long-held beliefs. Her first novel, “The Incendiaries,” tackled religion, while her second, “Exhibit,” out last month, is about hidden desire. She wanted to write a book “centering desire, including queer desire and kinky desire,” she said, because in the past, she has felt “desperately alone in wanting as I do.” Kwon spoke, in an edited and condensed ... More

'Pre-Existing Condition' review: Recovering from a traumatic relationship
NEW YORK, NY.- Marin Ireland’s new play, “Pre-Existing Condition,” doesn’t come with trigger warnings; it barely even comes with a marketing description. The show’s website says it’s about the aftermath of “a life-altering, harmful relationship,” but doesn’t explicitly mention domestic violence. Let’s state right up front then that physical abuse is this play’s catalyst. And that the Connelly Theater Upstairs in the East Village is a tiny space, where if the performance became overwhelming it would be difficult for an audience member to leave unobtrusively. Does it seem overly delicate to foreground that? For a less potent playwriting debut in a less shattering production, it might not be necessary. But in Maria Dizzia’s quietly unadorned staging, and with a superb four-person cast that at the moment stars an emotionally translucent Tatiana ... More

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On a day like today, painter and academic Ed Paschke was born
June 22, 1939. Edward Francis Paschke (June 22, 1939 - November 25, 2004) was an American painter of Polish descent. His childhood interest in animation and cartoons, as well as his father's creativity in wood carving and construction, led him toward a career in art. As a student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago he was influenced by many artists featured in the museum's special exhibitions, in particular the work of Gauguin, Picasso and Seurat. In this image: Ed Paschke, Menagerie, 1969.

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