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Cambodia says it's found its lost artifacts - in gallery 249 at the Met

Antiquities on display in Gallery 249 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan, on July 29, 2022. Cambodia says it suspects that a half dozen objects on display in this corner of Gallery 249 were looted, including two artifacts that were given to the Met by British-Thai businessman and collector Douglas Latchford. Jeenah Moon/The New York Times.

by Tom Mashberg and Graham Bowley

NEW YORK, NY.- In the 1970s, long after its encyclopedic collection had been acknowledged as among the world’s finest, the Metropolitan Museum of Art recognized it had slender holdings in South or Southeast Asian art. One in-house estimate suggested that no more than 60 objects were worth exhibiting. But over the next two decades, it built a world-class collection, acquiring hundreds of artifacts for new galleries that now occupy the equivalent of more than a city block. The massive undertaking brought the glories of ancient Cambodia and India, Thailand and Vietnam to New York, where they took pride of place alongside the Western masterpieces that had long defined the museum. Significant to this effort was Douglas A.J. Latchford, a British-Thai businessman who had become a leading collector, scholar and dealer in Khmer art — and would later be indicted as an illegal trafficker of Cambodian artifacts. Starting in 1983, Latchford gave or sold the museum 13 artifacts — a modest amount, bu ... More

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David Hockney takes the lead at La Belle Epoque Auction House's Multi-Estates-Auction   Andréhn-Schiptjenko opens an exhibition of fourteen works by Argentinian artist Julio Le Parc   Pace opens an exhibition of works by Lynda Benglis and Arlene Shechet

David Hockney signed lithograph Four Flowers in a Still Life. Sold for $20,480.

NEW YORK, NY.- New York City’s newest full-service boutique auction house La Belle Epoque Auction, on August 13th, enjoyed its first new auction after temporarily shutting down since suffering extreme water damage in the spring of this year. A David Hockney signed lithograph took the lead in the sale, along with fine silver and other artwork. The live online-only Multi-Estates Summer auction featured over 300 lots with a varied selection of fine art, decorative items, furniture, Mid Century Modern pieces and silver. The David Hockney signed lithograph,“Four Flowers in a Still Life" signed, dated and numbered 6/50 circa 1990, floating on a rag mat with eight ply opening gold leaf molded frame. Approx sight size 27" x 38". Approx overall size 35" x 46, sold to a collector in the U.K. for $20,480, making it the top seller of the day. While in the silver arena, a set of Kirk Sterling Silver flatware Approx 127ozt 102 pcs. sold for $2300 ... More

Julio Le Parc, Ondes 156 no.8, 1972. Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 100 cm (39 3/8 x 39 3/8 in.).

STOCKHOLM.- Andréhn-Schiptjenko presents an exhibition of fourteen works by Argentinian artist Julio Le Parc from August 18 to October 1, 2022. A pioneer of Op Art and Kinetic Art, this is one of few exhibitions ever held in Scandinavia with Julio Le Parc and includes a large-scale kinetic sculpture as well as a selection of vibrant geometric paintings and collage work ranging from the 1970’s to today. Upon moving to France and there becoming acquainted with other young, like-minded artists such as François Morellet, Horacio Garcia Rossi and Francisco Sobrino, Julio Le Parc co-founded the Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel (Visual Art Research Group, 1960–68). This was an artist collective which aimed to make art more accessible and politically relevant, shifting the focus from the solitary artist to the public and moreover, conceiving the public as co-creators of the work. Using industrial, mechanical ... More

Lynda Benglis, B-Witched, 2022. Everdur bronze (golden), 35-3/4" × 19" × 16-1/2" (90.8 cm × 48.3 cm × 41.9 cm).

EAST HAMPTON NY.- Pace is presenting an exhibition of works by Lynda Benglis and Arlene Shechet. This two-person presentation situates recent bronze sculptures by Benglis in conversation with cast paper drawings by Shechet, conjuring new exchanges among the artists’ works. Benglis’s three bronze sculptures in the exhibition belong to a lexicon of sculptural forms that the artist has been developing, refining, and reworking over the course of her career. These works began as small ceramic sculptures that Benglis refers to as “Elephant Necklaces.” The artist transposes her formal experimentations with clay into her undulating, luminous, and reflective bronze sculptures that register the presence and pressure of her fingers at the moment of contact with the original material. Domestically scaled, these bronze works evoke waves, eddies, and whorls frozen in tim ... More

The naked truth behind these impressive paintings offered at Heritage Auctions in September   Hanae Mori, Japanese couturier who melded East-West styles, dies at 96   Her art comes without trigger warnings

Joe Bowler (American, 1928-2017), Tea with Lemon, 2010. Oil on canvas, 16 x 20 inches. Estimate: $800 - $1,200.

DALLAS, TX.- The appeal of the nude form has gripped artists for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks and Romans set the bar high; since then artists from Michelangelo to Auguste Rodin to Gustave Courbet to today's Charles Ray and John Currin have dug into this timeless subject with the combination of sensitivity and boldness the nude requires. We return to the human body again and again because it speaks directly to our universal and intimate daily existence. The late, great Dallas philanthropist Cary M. Maguire (1928-2021) amassed a fascinating collection of modern and contemporary nudes in two and three dimensions. These bronzes and paintings were a prominent part of his family's overall collection, which also includes presidential artifacts and historical documents. The Maguire nudes tell the story of 20th century artists' evolving relationship with the naked form, ranging from the idealized neoclassical in the bronze sculptures to more personal and domestic portraits in the paintings. Maguir ... More

Hanae Mori, Japanese, b. 1926, dress, 1970s, silk velvet.

by Robert D. McFadden

NEW YORK, NY.- Hanae Mori, the Japanese couturier who emerged from the ruins of World War II on the wings of her signature butterfly to build a $500 million fashion house that popularized East-West styles and symbolized the rise of postwar Japan, died Aug. 11 at her home in Tokyo. She was 96. Her office confirmed her death Thursday, without specifying a cause. It said she had fallen ill two days before her death. From a dressmaking shop catering to the wives of American GIs in what had been a bombed-out section of Tokyo, Hanae Mori (pronounced HA-na-eh MO-ree), the daughter of a surgeon, climbed to global fame in a 50-year career that brought fabulous wealth; the creation of 20 companies; palatial homes in Paris, New York and Tokyo; and remarkable standing for a woman in a male-dominated profession and society. After decades of struggle to refine and market her styles, she was admitted in 1977 to the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Coutu ... More

Tiona Nekkia McClodden, In the artist’s studio, 2022.

by Roberta Smith

NEW YORK, NY.- In the past three years, Tiona Nekkia McClodden has emerged as one of the most singular artists of our aesthetically rich, free-range time. She announced her presence with a standout piece in the 2019 Whitney Biennial — which received its Bucksbaum Award — and has continued her rise with two impressive gallery solos, one at Company, a gallery on the Lower East Side in late 2019, and another currently at 52 Walker, in Tribeca. McClodden’s work, like that of any true artist, derives from the complex, multifaceted nature of her identity, who she is and has become: a Black woman, a lesbian drawn to weight training and bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism, or BDSM, play, a priestess of Santeria. She studied film in the early 2000s, becoming known as an underground filmmaker before turning to video installation and sculpture. McClodden’s works are meticulously grounded in their physical nature, evidenced by the way she always enumerates their material components. This ... More

Food Galore in Baroque and Contemporary Art opens at Gammel Holtegaard   Original 'Sandman' pages and one miraculous cover in Heritage's September Comics Art Auction   Rago/Wright to auction Keith Haring Radiant Baby Wall Drawing from artist's childhood home

Abraham Mignon, 'Østers, frugter og et vinglas på et stenbord', (1671-1679). Belongs to SMK National Gallery of Denmark. Photo SMK.

HOLTE.- A spitting oyster woman in a fountain, a seven-metre-long skewer with more or less edible ingredients, a disturbing washing-up scenario, rotting lemons, and paintings of decadent food displays that remind us of our own vanity. All of this and more is part of the new exhibition Food Galore – in Baroque and Contemporary Art at Gl. Holtegaard, a journey through food, food culture and art past and present. Food Galore presents baroque paintings and new Danish contemporary art. The exhibition takes food as its theme – a surfeit of food, guilty pleasures, the sensory delight of eating and decadent feasts that make your mouth water. It also presents the flip side, looking at portrayals of food in a privileged world through the historical lens of baroque art. Artists have painted food throughout history, shedding light on its significance as more than just fuel to keep our bodies up and running. In FOOD GALORE food is seen as a sy ... More

Steve Ditko Amazing Spider-Man #18 Splash Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1964).

DALLAS, TX.- Neil Gaiman's sprawling Sandman, a 75-issue epic long thought untranslatable to screens of any size, is a dream made tangible at long last. And its leap from the comics to Netflix has been (mostly) celebrated by admirers and acolytes who once believed Gaiman's Morpheus, Dream of the Endless, would (and should!) forever roam the printed page. Yet the true believer will insist, endlessly, that Sandman must be consumed first and foremost in its original form – as the "comic strip for intellectuals" (said Norman Mailer!) written by Gaiman and drawn by his small army of collaborators from the fall of 1988 through the spring of '96. Sandman, which stretched over 2,000 pages and introduced readers to the unseen universes that co-exist with our own, was a sprawling, moving, eerie and disquieting epic. It blended new myths with old legends, commingled manufactured fables with recognized history, and offered a universe populated by gods and monsters, Shakespeare and serial killers and super ... More

“The piece is amazing because it’s on the wall of [Haring’s] bedroom where he grew up,” says Dr. Christine Isabelle Oaklander, an art historian who is assisting the Garners in bringing the work to auction. She adds, “It’s really a tag [saying] that this is Keith Haring’s room…There’s literally nothing else like this.”

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ .- A singular Keith Haring drawing from the artist’s childhood home will be among the headlining lots of Rago/Wright’s fall Post War & Contemporary Art auction on September 14th. Never-before available or offered on the market, this signature Radiant Baby was drawn by Haring directly onto the blue wall of his bedroom in the Harings’ Kutztown, PA, home. The Victorian house’s current owners, Angela and Scott Garner, purchased the property in 2004 and recall that the seller was considering painting over the five-inch drawing. The Garners, however, cherished the trace of the artist and, after preserving and living with the drawing for nearly two decades, they have now allowed the portion of the wall that includes the drawing – and the light switch directly below it – to be extracted. “The piece is amazing ... More

Carbon 12 and Macaulay & Co set to open a cooperative exhibition space in New York   Exhibition of works by Dana-Fiona Armour on view at Collection Lambert   Noonans to sell Thomas Henry Kavanagh's famous Indian Mutiny Victoria

Amba Sayal-Bennett, Blur, 2020, Powder coated mild steel, magnets, tape, faux leather, 38 x 30 x 22 cm.

NEW YORK, NY.- Carbon 12 (DUBAI), Macaulay & Co (VANCOUVER, Macaulay & Co (NEW YORK) announced the opening of DIANA, NEW YORK, a cooperative exhibition space in New York at 127 Henry Street, Chinatown. DIANA will feature rotating exhibitions organized by the founding partners as well as by guest galleries and independent curators. An exhibition at DIANA, up to two months in duration, will allow for sustained engagement with the critics, collectors, curators, and artists both based in and traveling through New York. The gallery space itself is a small storefront steeped in the New York history of independent galleries presenting ambitious work. Originally the studio space of Bozidar Brazda and subsequently Ryan Foerster, 127 Henry Street has hosted over fifteen years of exhibitions while Bureau, Chapter NY, and FIERMAN have held tenancy. As programming develops, DIANA will solicit exhibition proposals from galleries and independent curators. Th ... More

Man is here metamorphosed into a plant, but do not think this is a fiction in the style of those of Ovid.1

AVIGNON.- After Theo Mercier, Stéphanie Brossard, and Quentin Lefranc, Dana-Fiona Armour is taking over the spaces of the Rendez-vous, Sous-sol program, dedicated to artistic research and emerging practices. Born in 1988 in Willich, Germany, Dana-Fiona Armour operates in a world in which forms invent themselves in veritable mutagenic agents, transforming each other, and modifying the organisation of the spaces that they occupy, provoking in us a feeling of unsettled strangeness. Man is here metamorphosed into a plant, but do not think this is a fiction in the style of those of Ovid.1 The “Project MC1R” was envisioned as part of a residency of the artist within the company Cellectis, describing itself as “a clinical-stage biotechnology company using its pioneering gene-editing technology TALEN® to develop innovative therapies for treating serious diseases”. The collaboration gave rise to the conception of a hybrid plant, both human and plant, a Nicotiana Benthamiana (a spe ... More

This was the first civilian V.C. of five to be awarded and is one of only two that is not currently in a museum, it is estimated at £300,000-400,000.

LO.- The famous Indian Mutiny ‘Siege of Lucknow’ Victoria Cross awarded to Irishman Thomas Henry Kavanagh will be sold by Mayfair-based Auctioneers Noonans on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 in a sale of Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria. This was the first civilian V.C. of five to be awarded and is one of only two that is not currently in a museum, it is estimated at £300,000-400,000. Kavanagh, who was born on July 15, 1821 in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, Ireland, was employed as a clerk in the Lucknow Office prior to the Siege. In November 1857, he volunteered to leave the safety of the Residency disguised as a Sepoy (an Indian soldier serving under British or other European orders), accompanied by a Brahmin scout. The pair jostled past armed rebels through the narrow Lucknow streets and talked their way past sentries in the moonlight, crossed deep rivers, tramped through swamps and narrowly avoided capture after startlin ... More

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Rediscovered Gold Rush sketchbook turns up in UK auction, sells for $25,000
LONDON.- A previously unknown sketchbook of watercolours and pencil drawings relating to the California Gold Rush and the famous Forty Niners has sold at auction on August 4 for $25,000 (including buyers premium). The rare 76-page document records the places and characters seen by the amateur artist and adventurer Joseph Goldsborough Bruff (1804-89) as part of an expedition to California from 1849-51. Head of rare books and manuscripts at Chiswick Auction, Clive Moss said : “The book was bought to Chiswick Auctions by a private seller in June this year and it was bought by a member of the book trade probably on behalf of an institution although we cannot confirm that.” Born in Washington, DC, Joseph Goldsborough Bruff (1804-89) attended West Point from 1820-33 but was forced ... More

Hancock Shaker Village announces new Executive Director & CEO
HANCOCK, MASS.- The Board of Trustees of Hancock Shaker Village announced today that Nathaniel Silver has been appointed Executive Director and CEO, following a 4-month search and a unanimous decision by the Board. Silver comes to Hancock Shaker Village from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where he worked for eight years and serves as the William and Lia Poorvu Curator of the Collection and Division Head, overseeing collections, conservation, publications and archives. Silver will assume his new role on September 19. At the Gardner, Silver was instrumental in shaping and fulfilling the institution’s strategic plan. He played a key role in making the collection accessible to the widest possible audience and supervised content creation for the museum-wide digitization project. Silve ... More

A swarm of 13-year-olds took a Broadway stage. What could go wrong?
NEW YORK, NY.- It’s one thing to wrangle a few Von Trapp kids. Some Matildas. A Gavroche or two. But a baker’s dozen of newly minted teenagers, raging hormones and all, packed into a handful of dressing rooms backstage in a Broadway theater? And aside from the crew, the musical director — and, yes, three child wranglers — no adults in sight? This was the great experiment of “13,” the 2008 coming-of-age musical both about and performed by a group of kids going through one of the more chaotically vulnerable stages of life. The show, about a 13-year-old named Evan juggling his parents’ divorce, his upcoming bar mitzvah and a seemingly life-shattering move from New York to the middle of Indiana, was not just a test in managing this particular company — an all-teen cast and band — but in finding exactly wha ... More

'Access as an ethic': Giving dance myriad points of entry
NEW YORK, NY.- Two dancers are suspended high above the stage, shadowy light glinting off the hand rims of their wheelchairs. They hold long strands of barbed wire that stretch, weblike, across the proscenium. As a haunting a cappella score builds momentum, they descend, twisting slowly through the semidarkness, until their chairs come to rest on the floor. At least that’s how I, a non-disabled writer, experienced the first moments of Kinetic Light’s “Wired.” But as with everything this disability arts ensemble creates, there are myriad other ways to encounter the work. Before the show, a tactile exhibition allows for exploration of the show’s set, props and costumes. Some seating features haptic technology, enabling audience members to feel the vibrations of the soundtrack. Several forms of audio descrip ... More

Nantucket Historical Association enjoys banner summer for collections acquisitions
NANTUCKET, MASS.- The Nantucket Historical Association announced it has had a successful summer of new acquisitions. The NHA uses its extensive collections of art, artifacts, and archives to tell the stories of the island and its people. The curatorial staff, assisted by friends and supporters in the community, are constantly on the lookout for historic items that advance the collection and help the NHA to tell new stories. The NHA is pleased to share a number of new acquisitions listed below. Special thanks to the Friends of the NHA and supporting donors for their contributions in making these acquisitions possible. • Three Nantucket-made hunting decoys from the 19th century, representing Golden Plovers, birds that are now rare due to historic overhunting on island and elsewhere. Gift of the Friends of the NH ... More

FotoFocus announces free passport program for 2022 FotoFocus Biennial
CINCINNATI, OH.- FotoFocus announced it has launched a free Passport Program for the 2022 edition of the FotoFocus Biennial, the largest photography biennial in America, which takes place September 29 through the end of October. Accessibility is central to the mission of FotoFocus and the organization is proud to announce this is the first time in its history that the Passport Program is free. The Passport Program provides access to more than 100 projects, invitations to exclusive events, and entry to the September 29–October 8 FotoFocus Biennial Program Week, which includes keynote lectures, talks and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, film screenings, receptions, and tours. The free 2022 Passport Program is made possible due to the kind support of: Cummins Law LLC, Bruc ... More

Marika Agu, Maria Arusoo, Kaarin Kivirähk and Sten Ojavee to curate Sequences XI
TALLINN.- The 11th edition of Sequences will take place in October 2023. Marika Agu, Maria Arusoo, Kaarin Kiviähk and Sten Ojave are this edition’s curators,who work together at the Estonian Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), based in Tallinn, Estonia. The curatorial collective was appointed as the next festival’s curators through the selection process of an open call. The curatorial collective is formed by four Estonian based curators and writers: Marika Agu, Maria Arusoo, Kaarin Kivirähk and Sten Ojavee who have worked together since 2017 at the CCA. More clearly, they defined their platform in a collectively curated exhibition A-tishoo, A-tishoo, We All Fall Down (2019) which exhibited in EKKM, the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia. Other than this, they have curated and organized lecture series, semina ... More

Hnatyshyn Foundation establishes $200,000 fund to support Ukrainian artists
OTTAWA.- The Hnatyshyn Foundation is celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year by establishing a series of prizes for performing artists of Ukrainian-Canadian heritage, and for Ukrainian performing artists, including those displaced by war. The Hnatyshyn Foundation will offer twenty awards of $10,000 each across ten categories - from traditional Ukrainian choral music and dance to modern vocal and classical performance. The awards programme is focused on Ukrainian-Canadian and Ukrainian artists 35 years of age and younger. “This special awards programme recognizes the deep roots of the Hnatyshyn family in both Canada and Ukraine. With Russia’s war on Ukraine, we wanted to use our 20th anniversary year to celebrate the vibrancy and resilience of Ukrainian culture, identity and spirit - here in C ... More

Sculpture in the City announces public programme for inaugural Sculpture Week London
LONDON.- Sculpture in the City is launching a week-long series of free guided tours of its 11th edition to coincide with the inaugural Sculpture Week London, a new initiative celebrating sculpture in the capital’s public realm, taking place from 12 - 18 September 2022. Born out of a collaboration between Sculpture in the City, Frieze Sculpture, and the Mayor of London’s Fourth Plinth Programme in Trafalgar Square, Sculpture Week London will encompass the opening of Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park (14 September – 13 November 2022) and the unveiling of the new Fourth Plinth Programme (14 September) alongside the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City which opened in June 2022. The overarching ambition is for these distinct, yet interconnected programmes to encourage a wider audience to d ... More

OSL Contemporary opens 'Vanessa Baird: The Good Times Used to Kill Me'
OSLO.- Vanessa Baird lives to draw – she says she has drawn every day for fifty years - and her life is her subject matter. In her images of her domestic environment, which particularly during the Covid 19 lockdown must have constituted her entire universe, she features as a character along with her mother and three children, the generations coexisting and mirroring each other as variations of a single persona - or the stages of life. She perhaps perceives her mother as her future self and her daughters as herself in retrospect; of course, as the artist she has the prerogative to project onto her subjects anything she chooses, and probably much that she does not consciously intend. Through the repeated exercise of picturing this larger-than-life family, seemingly squashed into rooms they have outgro ... More

Museum of East Texas presents a solo museum exhibition of Houston Artist Sarah Fisher
LUFKIN, TX.- The Museum of East Texas presents a solo museum exhibition of Houston-based, multidisciplinary artist Sarah Fisher, which opened August 6, 2022 and on view through October 15, 2022. A reception with the artist is planned for Sunday, September 11 at 2:00pm. An artist talk is planned for Saturday, October 15, at 6:00pm. In You Won’t See It Coming, Fisher shares new work from her years-long self-portraiture practice, including two- and three-dimensional pieces that are painted, drawn, etched, printed, collaged, assembled and written. Repurposed found objects ranging from a discarded vintage baby bed to sheared-off crape myrtle bark, from dry cleaning identification stickers to pallet separator board, weave into a narrative Fisher experiences as an ongoing series of “sideswipes,” explosive mome ... More

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August 19, 1848. Gustave Caillebotte (19 August 1848 - 21 February 1894) was a French painter, member and patron of the group of artists known as Impressionists, though he painted in a much more realistic manner than many other artists in the group. Caillebotte was noted for his early interest in photography as an art form. In this image: An employee looks at a painting 'Oarsmen' of 1877 of French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894) in the Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany, Thursday, June 26, 2008.

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