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Major new exhibition now open at The King's Gallery, London

Installation view. Royal Collection Trust / © His Majesty King Charles III 2024.

LONDON.- An unseen family photograph marking the birth of four royal babies; The Queen Mother’s personal copy of her daughter’s Coronation portrait; and the earliest surviving colour photographic print of a member of the Royal Family are among the highlights of the new exhibition Royal Portraits: A Century of Photography, at The King’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. The exhibition charts the ... More

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French masters Édouard Vuillard and Louis de Schryver lead Heritage's June 4 Fine European Art event   Thaddaeus Ropac exhibits a new series of paintings and ink drawings by Georg Baselitz   Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, opens newly renovated gallery for world-renowned jewelry collection

Édouard Vuillard (French, 1868-1940), Full-length self-portrait, circa 1900. Oil on board laid on canvas, 30-1/4 x 19-1/2 in.

DALLAS, TX.- "I don't make portraits. I paint people in their homes." Édouard Vuillard The statement may seem tame today, but at the time the French artist Vuillard made it – the turn of the last century – he was in a sense asking the general public to reconsider ... More

Georg Baselitz, Kein Bergwerk, 2023. Oil and application on canvas. 270 x 230 cm (106.3 x 90.55 in).

SALZBURG.- Created in the artist’s studio north of Salzburg, this new series of paintings and ink drawings features eagles – a motif that has resurfaced in Georg Baselitz’s oeuvre throughout his life. Depicted in tactile, multicoloured impasto, the works feature eagles rendered in gestural strokes, ... More

Castellani, micromosaic lion brooch, about 1870. Gold and glass (micromosaic). Gift of Susan Beth Kaplan.

BOSTON, MASS.- Believed to be one of the earliest art forms, examples of jewelry date back more than 100,000 years and tell complex stories about human history. Beyond Brilliance: Jewelry Highlights from the Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, showcases ornaments crafted over ... More

Exhibition of new paintings by Danica Lundy on view at White Cube Mason's Yard   Exhibition of works by award-winning artist and author Vaginal Davis opens in Stockholm   Louis Stern Fine Arts exhibits works that were created in the last years of Matsumi Kanemitsu's life

Danica Lundy portrait. © The artist. Photo © Sierra Lundy. Courtesy the artist and White Cube.

LONDON.- White Cube is presenting ‘Boombox’, an exhibition of new paintings by Danica Lundy. In her second exhibition with the gallery, the artist explores structures of power and how these inform and determine the fabric of the everyday – their influence over our bodies, our relationships and how they permeate our industries ... More

Ann Summa, ¡Cholita!, ca. 1990 (left to right: Melanie Sparks, Greg “Jailbait” Velasquez, Fertile LaToyah Jackson, Vaginal Davis, Alice Bag) Photo © Ann Summa.

STOCKHOLM.- Vaginal Davis’s work is a home for everyone who feels different. In her pioneering and incredibly diverse oeuvre, punk meets glamour, queer activism meets racial justice and resistance meets joy. Magnificent Product is her first major solo exhibition internationally, presented ... More

Matsumi Kanemitsu (1922-1992), Untitled (L), c. 1992. Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 24 inches; 91.4 x 61 centimeters.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Louis Stern Fine Arts is presenting a selection of late works by influential Japanese American artist and educator Matsumi Kanemitsu (1922-1992). The works exhibited were created in the last years of the artist’s life, during which he lived and worked in the historic Joannes Brothers Company Building at 800 Traction Avenue, located ... More

Arts school settles sexual abuse lawsuit for $12.5 million   Hauser & Wirth explores Mary Heilmann's ongoing interest in drawing as a form of transcribing memory   You can't live in the past, even in a period-accurate frock

Former students described a stunning array of abuse at the school in their 236-page complaint, which was initially filed in late 2021.

NEW YORK, NY.- The prestigious University of North Carolina School of the Arts announced Friday that it had settled a lawsuit brought by dozens of alumni who described widespread sexual and emotional abuse that they said took place on and off campus, and that spanned decades. Lawyers said ... More

Mary Heilmann, Untitled Watercolor Study, c. 1991-1992. Watercolor on paper, 17.8 x 12.7 cm / 7 x 5 in. Photo: Thomas Müller.

NEW YORK, NY.- Hauser & Wirth opened ‘Daydream Nation’ at its 22nd Street gallery, exploring Mary Heilmann’s ongoing interest in drawing as a form of transcribing memory. Curated by artist Gary Simmons, Heilmann’s friend and former student and colleague at New York’s School of Visual ... More

Abbie and Casey Samson, and their daughter Payton, at the tent where they were selling colonial era goods and reproductions during the 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick State Park in Big Pool, Md., April 28, 2024. (Justin T. Gellerson/The New York Times)

LEBANON, IND.- In 2012, not long after he decided to dedicate his professional life to 18th-century wares, Casey Samson spent a weekend at a colonial-era fair in Bardstown, Kentucky, selling leather mugs out of a tent. On his first night there, Samson sat ... More

Chantal Joffe presents a group of large new paintings at Skarstedt, New York   Lonnie Holley and Lizzi Bougatsos debut new collaborative exhibition at the MFA St. Petersburg   Look closely: Can you spot the butterfly? Two masterpieces by Jan Van Huysum

Chantal Joffe, Es in the Kitchen, 2024 (detail). Oil on canvas, 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches.

NEW YORK, NY.- Skarstedt is presenting Chantal Joffe: My dearest dust. The show marks Joffe’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery, and her first solo show in New York since 2017. In My dearest dust, Joffe presents a group of large new paintings. Having painted ... More

Lonnie Holley, Water Line (Made in America), 2020, Glass jar, metal statue, and water. Courtesy of the artist, BLUM Gallery (LA/NYC/Tokyo), and Edel Assanti Gallery (London). Photo Truett Dietz.

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.- The Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg opened Never the Same Song, the first institutional exhibition dedicated to the works ... More

Jan Van Huysum, Flowers in a Vase with Crown Imperial and Apple Blossom at the Top and a Statue of Flora, 1731-2, Private Collection.

TWICKENHAM.- Strawberry Hill House is presenting two exquisite 18th century masterpieces by one of the most celebrated painters of still life, Dutch artist Jan Van Huysum (1682-1749). Flowers in a Vase ... More

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Are we in a new golden age for the movie soundtrack?
NEW YORK, NY.- After watching “I Saw the TV Glow,” the new film from director Jane Schoenbrun, I felt a sensation I hadn’t felt in a while: I need this soundtrack. The genre-defying movie is a surreal story about two high schoolers in the 1990s who become obsessed with a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”-like show called “The Pink Opaque.” It’s a rich film that draws on horror, ’90s television and Schoenbrun’s experience coming out as transgender. But it also boasts some incredible tunes, like a hypnotic cover of Broken Social Scene’s “Anthems for a Seventeen Year-Old Girl” by the artist yeule and performances from King Woman, Sloppy Jane and Phoebe Bridgers, who appear on-screen as musicians at a club the characters visit. The full soundtrack has more to love: The swelling emotion of Caroline Polachek’s “Starburned and Unkissed” and ... More

'The Camera Never Lies: Challenging images through The Incite Project' opens at The Sainsbury Centre
NORWICH.- Joining the Sainsbury Centre’s 6-month long investigation into What is Truth? is an exhibition re-evaluating the most iconic images of the past 100 years. The Camera Never Lies: Challenging images through The Incite Project explores the impact and influence photography has had on shaping – and in some cases distorting the narrative of major global events. Featuring more than 100 works by legendary photographers including Don McCullin (b.1935), Stuart Franklin (b.1956), Robert Capa (1913-1954) and Dorothea Lange (1895-1965), as well as modern practitioners, this extensive exhibition charts a global century of iconic documentation and manipulation. Sometimes seen as superior to text, photographs are now a mainstay of how the media and the public consume events such as war, famine, and celebrity. But ... More

The James Museum welcomes Lise Dube-Scherr as new Deputy Director for Art & Education
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.- The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art announced the appointment of Lise Dube-Scherr as its Deputy Director for Art & Education, starting on May 20, 2024. With an extensive background in art and historic house museum management, Dube-Scherr brings over 20 years of expertise to her new role at the museum. She will lead efforts to elevate the museum’s exhibitions and educational programming, enriching the visitor experience and developing programming that cements The James Museum as a cultural and community hub in Tampa Bay and the Southeast. Dube-Scherr’s arrival completes The James Museum’s senior leadership team, joining Deputy Director for Development & Communications Debbie Sokolov and Deputy Director for Finance & Operations Jeremy Gray. Together, they will advance ... More

Fondazione Merz announces finalists for the Mario Merz Prize, 5th Edition
TURIN.- Fondazione Merz announced the five artist finalists for the Mario Merz Prize, 5th Edition’s Art category, and the three composers shortlisted for the Music Category. Elena Bellantoni (Italy), Mohamed Bourouissa (France/Algeria), Anna Franceschini (Italy), Voluspa Jarpa (Chile), Agnes Questionmark (Italy) are the artists selected by this year’s jury composed of Beatrice Merz (President, Fondazione Merz); Claudia Gioia (Independent Curator), and Samuel Gross (Special Project Manager Musée d’Art e d’Histoire, Geneva). In late spring 2025 Fondazione Merz will present a group exhibition of the shortlisted artists in Turin. The winner will be commissioned to produce a new site-specific solo exhibition at the Foundation in 2026. In the Music Category, the three shortlisted composers are: Arturo Corrales (El Salvador), Natalia ... More

A shock of red for a royal portrait
NEW YORK, NY.- Royal portraits, as a rule, tend to be fairly staid, predictable affairs. Full of symbolism, sure, but generally symbolism of the traditional, establishment kind: symbols of state, of office, of pomp and lineage. Which is why the new official portrait of King Charles III by Jonathan Yeo, the first since the king’s coronation, has created such a controversy. A larger-than-life (7.5 feet by 5.5 feet) canvas, the portrait shows the king standing in his Welsh Guards uniform, hands on the hilt of his sword, a half-smile on his face, with a butterfly hovering just over his right shoulder. His entire body is bathed in a sea of crimson, so his face appears to be floating. Although the butterfly was apparently the key piece of semiology — meant, Yeo told the BBC, to represent Charles’ metamorphosis from prince to sovereign and his long-standing ... More

NOMA unveils new installation by artist Thomas J Price in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden
NEW YORK, NY.- The New Orleans Museum of Art has installed a new outdoor sculpture by artist Thomas J Price in the museum’s Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. Price’s sculpture, titled Time Unfolding, 2023, is a nine-foot-tall statue of a woman looking down at her cell phone, seemingly paused in contemplation. The work is part of a series depicting everyday fictional subjects at a monumental scale—combining traditional sculpting and digital technology to question how society projects ideas and expectations through public space. “Through his work, Price has ignited important public conversations about space, monuments, and personhood,” said Susan M. Taylor, The Montine McDaniel Freeman Director of NOMA. “Price asks viewers to reconsider what a monument is—and what they can be—and how monuments can reimagine and reflect everyday lives.” ... More

Guild Hall launches first Virtual Reality exhibit featuring Indigenous Shinnecock language
EAST HAMPTON, NY.- Guild Hall announced today the final phase of the First Literature Project, developed over a 2-year period by Guild Hall Community Artists-in-Residence Wunetu Wequai Tarrant and Christian Scheider. The First Literature Project is being presented in Guild Hall’s Marks Family Gallery South from May 18 through July 15, 2024, featuring the first VR media produced in the Shinnecock Language. First Literature Project (FLP) proposes to support Native nations in their efforts to maintain and further their languages, narratives, and oral traditions, making them available to both their tribal communities and surrounding areas. By utilizing FLP’s new immersive storytelling platform in Virtual Reality (VR), advanced 3D technology is repurposed to recreate an important tradition— sitting face-to-face with a storyteller. ... More

The man who made Roulette into New York's music lab
NEW YORK, NY.- Saturated in sunlight on a recent afternoon, the spacious Tribeca loft that once housed Roulette somehow feels smaller than it looms in memory. For nearly 25 years, an array of established and emerging composers, improvisers, electronic producers and choreographers held court in the long, tall main room. Visitors had to pass through a kitchen: a reminder that the loft was also the home of Jim Staley, the trombonist and composer who was a founder of Roulette. Unlike many similar experimental arts venues now lost to time, Roulette has thrived and grown, now occupying a 14,000-square-foot space in downtown Brooklyn. But Staley, 73, who still lives in the Tribeca loft, has decided that the time has come to step away. When this season ends in June, he will give up his role as artistic director. It’s another evolution for a vital institution ... More

1891 Netherlands 25 cents brings record $1.13 million at Heritage Auctions-Europe
DALLAS, TX.- Wilhelmina, who was Queen of the Netherlands from 1890-1948, is now royalty of the numismatic realm. An 1891 Netherlands 25 Cents, or kwartje, sold for €1.045.000 ($1,130,376) at HA-Europe Monday, becoming the most expensive Dutch coin ever sold. Heritage Auctions Europe-Cooperatief is an affiliate of Heritage Auctions, the world's leading auctioneer of coins and currency. The previous record for the most ever paid for a Dutch coin was €700.000 ($757,190) paid in 2021 for an 8-fold gold rosenobel; the best result for a Netherlands Kingdom (1806-present) was the €200.000 paid last year for an 1867 gold double ducat. "This coin was the cover piece for our catalog, but we expected a hammer price between €300.000 and €400.000," says Jacco Scheper, Managing Director of HA-Europe. "Nobody expected this world record." ... More

After a season of protest, PEN America's literary gala goes forward
NEW YORK, NY.- PEN America’s annual gala, held under the giant blue whale at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, typically draws writers and deep-pocketed supporters to toast the group’s mission of defending free expression at home and abroad. But as this year’s event approached, many in the literary community were wondering if the show would go on at all. For months, PEN America has been roiled by internal and external criticism of its response to the war in the Gaza Strip. Last month, the group canceled its literary awards ceremony and then its annual World Voices Festival, after dozens of writers withdrew to protest what they said was a failure to adequately speak out about the dire threats to Palestinian writers and culture posed by Israel’s military campaign. The gala, which was expected to raise roughly $2 ... More




On a day like today, Flemish painter and illustrator Jacob Jordaens was born
May 19, 1593. Jacob (Jacques) Jordaens (19 May 1593 - 18 October 1678) was a Flemish painter, draughtsman and tapestry designer known for his history paintings, genre scenes and portraits. After Peter Paul Rubens and Anthony van Dyck, he was the leading Flemish Baroque painter of his day. In this image: Jacob Jordaens, The Tribute Money - Peter finding the silver coin in the mouth of the fish, 1630-1645, Collection Rijksmuseum.

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