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Nicolaes Maes (Dordrecht 1634 – Amsterdam 1693), A Portrait of a 27-Month-Old Boy. Signed, inscribed and dated in the lower left: Æ 27 M*** MAES F. 1687. Oil on canvas, 38 x 28 inches (96.7 x 71.2 cm.)

NEW YORK, NY.- Anthony Van Dyck emerged as a dominant force in portraiture around 1617. He was admitted to the Antwerp Guild, working under Rubens, and traveled extensively in England and Italy, returning to Flanders for brief periods while working mainly as a court painter. Van Dyck’s influence on painting during this time is evident, and despite the lack of direct mentorship, Nicolaes Maes became one of his star pupils. Nicolaes Maes was born in January 1634 in Dordrecht, a coincidence since this is one of the few years that ... More

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John Singer Sargent work among new acquisitions at the Raclin Murphy Museum of Art   Nye & Company announces two-day Chic and Antique auction, July 31st -Aug. 1st   Captain America Comics #1 could pack a mighty punch at Hake's July 30-31 pop culture memorabilia auction

John Singer Sargent (1856–1925), George Frederick McCorquodale,1902. Oil on canvas, 58 ¼ x 38 in. Gift of Joe Szymanski in honor of his life-long friend, Andy Musser 2023.020.

SOUTH BEND, IND.- The Raclin Murphy Museum of Art announced important recent acquisitions to the Museum’s collection. These works add to the Museum’s ever-growing, nationally-distinguished collection-adding both important historical and contemporary voices to the collection. All gifts are cornerstone to the Museum’s sesquicentennial campaign, highlighting the origins of the collection in 1875. An important three-quarter portrait by the iconic American ex-patriot painter John Singer Sargent adds to the strength of the Museum’s collection of nineteenth-century paintings. Portrait of George ... More

Chalk on paper by Keith Haring (American, 1958-1990), titled Dogs Eating Man.

BLOOMFIELD, NJ.- Nye & Company Auctioneers’ two-day Chic and Antique auction slated for Wednesday and Thursday, July 31st and August 1st, starting at 10 am Eastern time both days, is so big it’s being sold over two months. The online-only auction will feature around 825 lots in a wide variety of fine and decorative arts from the 17th century all the way up to the modern day. The sale is packed with collections and estates primarily from the tri-state area. One of the top highlights is a pair of Keith Haring subway drawings, titled Dogs Eating Man. The diptych drawings from circa 1980-1984 are illustrated in the 1984 edition of Art in Transit, Keith Haring’s tome of subway drawings, with photographs ... More

‘Captain America Comics’ #1, March 1941, CGC 5.5 Fine-, with origin and first appearance of Captain America, Bucky Barnes, and their nemesis The Red Skull. Action-packed World War II cover shows the Captain punching Hitler. Stories by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Cover art by Kirby; interior art by Simon, Kirby and Al Liederman. Key Golden Age comic book with historical significance. Estimate: $200,000+. Image courtesy of Hake’s Auctions.

YORK, PA.- Original comic book cover art by iconic creators, Star Wars rarities to delight even the most advanced collectors, and a prized Golden Age comic, Captain America Comics #1, form a powerful leaderboard for Hake’s Premier Auction taking place online, July 30 and 31. The top-notch 2,120-lot selection, fully vetted by the Pennsylvania company’s team of specialists, ... More

At this photography festival, the camera points below the surface   'Electric Dreams: Art and Technology Before the Internet' at Tate Modern this November   Keeping the lights on at the Met Museum is an art in itself

Sophie Calle, Finir en Beauté, 2024. Courtesy of Anne Fourès.

ARLES.- Deep beneath the town hall in Arles, France, past some unassuming service counters and down several flights of narrow steps, artist Sophie Calle has buried some things that she can’t bear to part with. Her show, called “Neither Give Nor Throw Away,” is a standout exhibition at this year’s Rencontres d’Arles, an annual summer photography festival founded in 1970 that presents group and solo shows of new and old photographic works in museums, churches, ... More

Hiroshi Kawano, KD 29 - Artificial Mondrian, 1969. © Hiroshi Kawano, Photo, ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe.

LONDON.- This autumn, Tate Modern will celebrate the early innovators of optical, kinetic, programmed and digital art, who forged a new era of immersive environments and art works engaging with new technologies. Electric Dreams will bring together an international network of more than 70 artists working between the 1950s and the dawn of the internet age, who took inspiration from science to create art that expands ... More

Andrzej Poskrobko, who has been a lamper at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 16 years, in New York on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. (Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- There’s a job opening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And it’ll give you the opportunity to skulk around the museum’s treasures when the public isn’t there. The catch: It requires you to not be afraid of heights. To embrace them, even. The opening is for a head lamper. That’s right. The people who change the lights at the Met ... More

Art Institute of Chicago presents Foreign Exchange: Photography between Chicago, Japan, and Germany, 1920-1960   The Portland Art Museum announces 'Paul McCartney Photographs 1963-64: Eyes of the Storm'   Early humans left Africa much earlier than previously thought

Shoji Osato. Chicago, 1926. Gift of Blumberg-Emmerich Family Trust.

CHICAGO, IL.- The Art Institute of Chicago is presenting Foreign Exchange: Photography between Chicago, Japan, and Germany, 1920–1960, on view May 4–September 9, 2024. This exhibition features more than 100 works by more than 30 artists in the museum’s permanent collection, and provides an opportunity for visitors to learn about the new visual language that came to prominence in photography after World ... More

Paul McCartney, John Lennon, London photoshoot, 1964. © 1963-1964 Paul McCartney under exclusive license to MPL Archive LLP.

PORTLAND, ORE.- Paul McCartney Photographs 1963–64: Eyes of the Storm is an unprecedented exhibition, revealing extraordinary photographs taken by the beloved musical icon. Organized by the National Portrait Gallery in London, the exhibition will open at the Portland Art Museum on September 14, 2024, and run through January 19, 2025. Comprised ... More

Scientists have found evidence of several waves of migration by looking at the genetic signatures of human interbreeding with Neanderthals.

NEW YORK, NY.- Hundreds of thousands of years ago, our species arose in Africa. Research on the DNA of living people has indicated that early Homo sapiens stayed on the continent for a long while, with a small group leaving just 50,000 years ago to populate the rest of the world. But those findings have raised a puzzling question: Why did our species take so long ... More

Heritage Auctions' All-Star Weekend, the July 12-13 Summer Sports Card Catalog, slugs $8.7 million   The photographs that made Trump the incarnation of defiance   Telfair Museums appoints David Brenneman as new Executive Director and CEO

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DALLAS, TX.- Heritage Auctions' long, hot sports summer heated up over the weekend when the two-day Summer Sports Card Catalog Auction realized $8,717,622 thanks to some surprise scores from numerous All-Star offerings. The nearly sold-out event, which drew more than 2,400 bidders worldwide, proved the perfect set-up for the hotly anticipated August 23-25 Summer Platinum Night Sports Auction, which counts among its numerous Hall of Fame-worthy treasures Babe Ruth's Called Shot jersey ... More

A photo provided by the Library of Congress shows an illustrator imagined the attack on President James Garfield, who was assassinated in 1881. (Library of Congress via The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- If we had seen the attack on former President Donald Trump only through television footage, it would have appeared shocking, but also chaotic and muddled. The candidate dives to the rostrum after an assassin’s bullet grazes his ear. Secret Service agents jump in. He gets back on his feet, gestures to the crowd and is rushed out to cheers. The still images of the assassination attempt — by Doug Mills ... More

Formerly the Director of the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University, Brenneman supervised the transformational $30 million renovation of the museum’s signature I. M. Pei building.

SAVANNAH, GA.- Telfair Museums announced the appointment of Dr. David A. Brenneman as its new Director and CEO, effective September 1, 2024. Brenneman brings a wealth of experience in museum leadership and a deep commitment to cultural stewardship, positioning Telfair Museums for continued growth and community engagement. Formerly the Director of the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University, ... More

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Exiled in London, but still focused on his Russian audience
LONDON.- Hundreds of Russians packed an auditorium in central London on a recent warm evening to listen as Boris Akunin, the author of a wildly popular detective series, told them that when it came to the Ukraine war, “I believe that the actions of the Russian army are criminal.” Akunin’s series, set in late czarist times, made him rich and famous, but outspoken statements like that one have made him more infamous of late back home in Russia. The Kremlin recently labeled the author — who went into self-imposed exile in London a decade ago — a “terrorist” and effectively banned his works. When President Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Akunin wrote on Facebook, “Russia is ruled by a psychologically deranged dictator and worst of all, it obediently follows his paranoia.” At that time, he began contemplating how ... More

Joe Namy, 'Radio Underground' at Waterloo Underground station
LONDON.- ‘Radio Underground’ is a new sound work by London-based artist Joe Namy – developed over a period of collaboration with three organisations supported by the Mayor of London’s Culture and Community Spaces at Risk programme. Joe Namy works in sound, performance, radio and video – this new project continues Namy’s interest in the politics of listening, music and translation by inviting creatives connected to different cultural and community spaces in London to contribute to a new 10-minute sound work. ‘Radio Underground’ has been developed through dialogue and co-creation with Sister Midnight, a cooperative community radio station in south London; Colour Factory, a live music venue and nightclub in Hackney; and PalMusic UK, a music education charity supporting young Palestinian Musicians and celebrating Palestinian music. Spoken ... More

mumok and ImPulsTanz present: nowhere / now here. A Performance Festival
VIENNA.- In the summer of 2024 mumok in cooperation with ImPulsTanz will present a jointly curated performance festival on level +4 of the museum. Contemporary choreographers such as Trajal Harrell and others not only occupy the gallery level with live performances but also, in collaboration with curators Marianne Dobner and Christine Standfest, select historic film works from the mumok collections that have galvanized and shaped them in their artistic practice—including current references. This creates a meshwork of historical and contemporary positions—a relational fabric of inspiration. The festival thus also negotiates the question of how to archive ephemeral art forms that not only address but outright embody presence, the present, and change. The performance festival culminates in Nikima Jagudajev’s performative exhibition ... More

Kyung-Me's drawing 'The Prostration (2022)' acquired by the Whitney Museum of American Art
HONG KONG.- Kiang Malingue announced that Kyung-Me's drawing The Prostration (2022) has been acquired by the Whitney Museum of American Art. Included in the exhibition “Sister” at Bureau, New York in 2022, the meticulously composed tripartite drawing shows three distinct perspectives of a solemn, haunting incident—the ascension of a fall—proposing a way through which the experience of a triptych altarpiece could be associated with that of a highly symmetrical trompe-l'œil. Kyung-Me (b. 1991, lives and works in New York, NY) has since 2015 been creating intricate works on paper that combine and subvert artistic traditions such as handscroll or emakimono, as well as Western technical drawing by emphasising the labyrinthine and psychological aspects of architectural environments. For the exhibition "The House in the Trees" ... More

'Acting is a trick': Anthony Hopkins on 'Those About to Die'
NEW YORK, NY.- Anthony Hopkins has advice for any aspiring actor: Speak clearly. “If you whisper, you sound sexy,” he said during a recent video call. “But I can’t hear you. What’s the story? Tell the story. Stop mumbling.” Though Hopkins, 86, has won two Oscars (“The Silence of the Lambs,” “The Father”), a pair of Emmys and a Laurence Olivier award, he still insists that acting is mostly just enunciating. “It’s just showing up,” he said. This summer, he can be heard, clearly, in “Those About to Die,” a 10-episode series set amid the blood and sand of a Roman amphitheater. It premieres on Peacock on July 18. Hopkins plays Vespasian, a general-turned-emperor who ordered the construction of what would become the Roman Colosseum. “Those About to Die” allowed Hopkins to return to Cinecittà, the famed Italian studio where he filmed “The Two Popes.” ... More

Ellie Buttrose announced as curator of 2026 Adelaide Biennial
ADELAIDE.- The Art Gallery of South Australia today announces Ellie Buttrose as curator of the 2026 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. Buttrose’s appointment follows the outstanding success at this year’s Venice Biennale. For the first time ever, under her curation Australia won the prestigious Golden Lion award for Best National Participation at the Venice Biennale. The Australia Pavilion has been transformed into a dramatic installation, kith and kin by Kamilaroi and Bigambul artist Archie Moore is a sprawling hand-drawn family tree extending back 65,000 years and memorial to First Nations peoples who have died in police custody. Art Gallery of South Australia Acting Director Emma Fey says, ‘As the country's longest-running survey of contemporary Australian art, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art has continuously expanded its audience, ... More

How do you tell immigrant stories? Dinaw Mengestu has an answer.
NEW YORK, NY.- Novelist Dinaw Mengestu thinks deeply about how stories are told, especially migrant tales. His earlier books — “The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears,” “How to Read the Air” and “All Our Names” — explored the psychic tolls on Ethiopian immigrants of being adrift in an alien American landscape. With “Someone Like Us,” out this week from Knopf, Mengestu approaches this essential material from a variety of angles. The main character, Mamush, who was born in the United States but lives in France, is a disillusioned journalist. He returns to visit his mother outside Washington, D.C., and finds that Samuel, an enigmatic father figure and member of the local Ethiopian community, has mysteriously died. Mamush embarks on a quest to unravel the secrets of Samuel’s life and death, searching his own foggy ... More

The book bag that binds Japanese society
TOKYO.- In Japan, cultural expectations are repeatedly drilled into children at school and at home, with peer pressure playing as powerful a role as any particular authority or law. On the surface, at least, that can help Japanese society run smoothly. During the coronavirus pandemic, for example, the government never mandated masks or lockdowns, yet the majority of residents wore face coverings in public and refrained from going out to crowded venues. Japanese tend to stand quietly in lines, obey traffic signals and clean up after themselves during sports and other events because they have been trained from kindergarten to do so. Carrying the bulky randoseru to school is “not even a rule imposed by anyone but a rule that everyone is upholding together,” said Shoko Fukushima, associate professor of education administration at the Chiba ... More

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On a day like today, Dutch painter and etcher Rembrandt was born
July 15, 1606. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (15 July 1606 - 4 October 1669) was a Dutch draughtsman, painter, and printmaker. An innovative and prolific master in three media, he is generally considered one of the greatest visual artists in the history of art and the most important in Dutch art history. In this image: Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-69), The Mill, 1645/1648 (detail). Oil on canvas, 87.6 x 105.6 cm. Collection: National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA. Widener Collection.

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