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Kehinde Wiley denies accusation of sexual assault by artist

Kehinde Wiley at “An Archaeology of Silence” at the de Young Museum with his monumental 2022 painting, “Femme piquée par un serpent (Mamadou Gueye)," in San Francisco, Calif., on March 14, 2023. (Ian C. Bates/The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- After an artist accused the painter Kehinde Wiley of sexual assault in an Instagram post Sunday, Wiley denied the allegations, saying on his own Instagram account that “someone I had a brief, consensual relationship with almost three years ago is now making a false accusation about our time together.” “These claims are not true and are an affront to all victims of sexual abuse,” Wiley added. Wiley, who was born in Los Angeles, is one of the best known painters in the United States, and is famous for his 2018 portrait of President Barack ... More


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Exhibition of Good Paintings by Neil Jenney on view at Gagosian   Lark Mason Associates announces "The Consummate New Yorker: Books and Other Collections from Robert Gottlieb"   Christie's announces landmark rediscovery of Quentin Metsys's masterpiece 'The Madonna of the Cherries'


Neil Jenney, North America Divided, 2012–23. Oil on wood, in artist's painted wood frame, 44 5/8 x 30 1/2 x 3 inches (113.3 x 77.5 x 7.6 cm) © Neil Jenney. Photo: Maris Hutchinson. Courtesy Gagosian.

NEW YORK, NY.- Gagosian is presenting Idealism Is Unavoidable, an exhibition of Good Paintings by Neil Jenney. Balancing idealism and realism, Jenney’s landscape paintings are highly stylized and rendered with a careful attention to detail. Begun in 1971, the Good Paintings are differentiated ... More
 

Jane Austen's four-volume first edition set of Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, (London: John Murray, 1818) (Estimate: $4,000-6,000).

NEW YORK, NY.- Lark Mason Associates announced that “The Consummate New Yorker: Books and Other Collections from Robert Gottlieb” will open for bidding on iGavelAuctions.com, from May 30th to June 13th, 2024. Robert Gottlieb–renowned for his editorial stewardship at Simon & Schuster, Alfred A. Knopf, and The ... More
 

Quentin Metsys (Leuven 1465/6-1530 Antwerp), The Madonna of the Cherries. Oil on panel, 29.5/8 x 24.3/4 in. (75.3 x 62.9 cm.) Estimate: £8,000,000-12,000,000. © Christie's Images Ltd. 2024.

LONDON.- The Madonna of the Cherries is one of the most celebrated paintings by Quentin Metsys, the father of the Antwerp school, to whom the National Gallery in London devoted a focused exhibition last year. The picture will be a highlight of the Old Masters Part I sale at Christie’s headquarters ... More



Gérard Depardieu punches the 'King of Paparazzi' outside Rome cafe   Babe Ruth's 'Called Shot' jersey steps up to the plate at Heritage Auctions in August   Kasmin opens the gallery's third solo exhibition of work by Alma Allen


In this file photo taken on February 18, 2018, French actor Gerard Depardieu poses during a photocall for the second season of the French TV show "Marseille" broadcasted and co-produced by US streaming video giant Netflix in Marseille, southern France.

ROME.- French film star Gérard Depardieu repeatedly punched Rino Barillari, known as the “king of paparazzi,” on Tuesday at Harry’s Bar on the Via Veneto, the grand hotel and cafe-lined avenue that was a lively haunt for celebrity-hunting paparazzi decades ago, according to the photographer ... More
 

1932 Babe Ruth game worn New York Yankees World Series "Called Shot" jersey photo matched.

DALLAS, TX.- Babe Ruth’s fifth-inning home run against the Chicago Cubs during Game 3 of the 1932 World Series “has been argued about and debunked and reconsidered and investigated for almost a century,” Joe Posnanski wrote in 2023’s bestselling Why We Love Baseball. The Called Shot, as it’s been known ever since Babe’s swing met Cubs pitcher Charlie Root’s pitch that first day of October in Chicago — three ... More
 

Psychologically charged and compulsively expressive, Alma Allen’s works evoke a curiosity regarding the life of objects and the ways in which form and material can circumnavigate the utility of language. Photo: Diego Flores.

NEW YORK, NY.- Kasmin is presenting the gallery’s third solo exhibition of work by Alma Allen (b. 1970). The presentation, on view at 509 West 27th Street through June 22, brings together new freestanding sculpture and wall reliefs alongside the debut of the artist’s oil paintings. This new body of work evolves various compositional and ... More


Edgar Payne, Jessie Arms Botke, and Eyvind Earle lead Moran's 'California and American Fine Art' sale results   Folger Shakespeare Library names Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper as Director   Design popularized by Internet 'it' girls gets a pop-up


Lot 72 presented Marguerite Stuber Pearson’s work, Young Girl Seated, which sold for five times its $1,000-2,000 estimate, bringing in $10,560

LOS ANGELES, CA.- John Moran Auctioneers presented their bi-annual California and American Fine Art auction on Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 at 12:pm PDT. This sale featured 140 hand-picked works by noted California & American artists such as Alson Clark, Maurice Braun, Elmer Wachtel, Hanson Puthuff, Armin Hansen, Angel Espoy, Mischa Askenazy, Phil Dike, and Emile Gruppe. ... More
 

Dr. Karim-Cooper is a proven leader and respected scholar with 20 years of experience at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.

WASHINGTON, DC.- The Folger Shakespeare Library’s Board of Governors announced today that they have appointed Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper as the new director of the 92-year-old institution following a 10-month international search. Karim-Cooper currently serves on the executive leadership team at Shakespeare’s Globe as the Director of Education (Higher Education ... More
 

A couple examine a silver magazine rack at Gustaf Westman’s pop-up shop in Los Angeles, May 18, 2024. (Michelle Groskopf/The New York Times)

NEW YORK, NY.- On Saturday afternoon, the multi-hyphenate creatives of Los Angeles found a new reason to line up on Sunset Boulevard. Instead of sipping natural wine outside El Prado or waiting hours for a seat at Pijja Palace, they showed up for designer Gustaf Westman’s pop-up shop. “I love Gustaf in general,” said Billie Black, 27, a digital creator who snagged the first spot in line. “I have my eye ... More


The Morse Museum appoints Hugh F. McKean Curator   Imperial Fabergé & Romanoff family treasures lead to groundbreaking $5.69 million sale   Artists Alia Farid and Camille Utterback to create new campus artworks


Dr. Rideout earned her Ph.D. in American Studies at Boston University where her research focused on American decorative arts and material culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, particularly the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933).

WINTER PARK, FLA.- The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art announced Dr. Kayli R. Rideout as the new Hugh F. McKean Curator. The position is named in honor of the Museum’s first Director, who ... More
 

Empress Maria Feodorovna: An Imperial Fabergé Diamond Set and Enameled Gold-Mounted Bowenite Egg-Shaped Frame.

DALLAS, TX.- The Imperial, Pre-Soviet Russia was awash in extraordinary art and culture, and on May 17 Heritage presented an Imperial Fabergé & Russian Works of Art Signature® Auction — its first auction dedicated to the country’s stunning cultural history and output predating the Russian ... More
 

Alia Farid photographed by Myriam Boulos, 2024.

STANFORD, CALIF.- Stanford University Public Art Committee announced two major art installations to be unveiled on campus in the next academic year. Sculptor and filmmaker Alia Farid has been chosen to create a temporary work as part of the Stanford Plinth Project, and interactive installation artist and Stanford faculty member Camille Utterback has been commissioned to develop ... More




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Jenny Erpenbeck's 'Kairos' wins the International Booker Prize
LONDON.- Jenny Erpenbeck’s “Kairos,” a novel about a torrid love affair in the final years of East Germany, won on Tuesday the International Booker Prize, the renowned award for fiction translated into English. Erpenbeck shares the award of 50,000 British pounds (about $63,500) with Michael Hofmann, who translated the book into English. The pair received the prize during a ceremony at the Tate Modern art museum in London. After receiving the award, the pair seemed lost for words. Erpenbeck thanked her family, and Hofmann thanked Erpenbeck: “I want to thank Jenny for her trust in me,” he said. “Er, that’s about the size of it.” Eleanor Wachtel, the chair of the judges, said in a news conference that “Kairos” was more than a simple evocation of a romance. The “self-absorption of the lovers” — a student and a 50-something novelist ... More

Emma Stone, Jesse Plemons and Willem Dafoe crack the Yorgos Lanthimos code
CANNES.- In the new Yorgos Lanthimos film “Kinds of Kindness,” a character played by Emma Stone recounts a dream in which she was the denizen of a bizarre world. “There, dogs were in charge,” she murmurs. “People were animals, animals were people.” But being brought to heel by their canine masters wasn’t as bad as it sounds, she says: “I must admit, they treated us pretty well.” Compared with how the human beings treat each other in “Kinds of Kindness,” a dark new comedy that just premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and is in theaters June 21, the dogs would surely be an improvement. Comprised of three separate stories with the cast members recurring in different roles, “Kinds of Kindness” begins with the tale of Robert (Jesse Plemons), a corporate underling whose every interaction in life — including what to eat, how to speak or even ... More

One Japanese word changed the course of her career
NEW YORK, NY.- In January, travel and fashion influencer Devin Halbal decided to take a trip to Kurashiki, a city in the Okayama prefecture of Japan. Halbal, a Queens-born 26-year-old who goes by the username “Hal Baddie” on TikTok, had spent four years traveling around Europe with an extra-long selfie stick and a dream, sharing videos with hundreds of thousands of followers. Halbal had become known for coining inspirational phrases, like “doll check-in” as a proud calling card to her fellow trans girls, and “Met Gala behavior,” for when you’re feeling and acting confident about what you’re wearing. Her fame seemed to peak in 2022 when she was profiled by W magazine and Rolling Stone, and invited on a brand trip to Ibiza by Loewe. But after globe-trotting and a few months off with friends in New York, she wanted to do more than “fashion and affirmations,” ... More

Hunt Slonem debuts his first-ever garden exhibition
SAN ANTONIO, TX.- In partnership with the San Antonio Botanical Garden and the Mays Family Foundation, internationally acclaimed artist Hunt Slonem premiered his first major garden exhibition, Huntopia: Bunnies, Birds, & Butterflies. The exhibition, on view May 4 through November 3, 2024, at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, features larger than life outdoor sculptural installations emulating the lush and vibrant realm of Slonem’s work. Across the Garden’s 38-acres, Huntopia includes a series of monumental pieces and installations thoughtfully curated with the San Antonio Botanical Garden. The exhibition’s debut celebrates Slonem’s lifelong dream to create an immersive and grand outdoor sculpture experience, marking a pivotal moment in his 50-year career. “Botanical gardens fascinate me,” says Artist Hunt Slonem. “Nature ... More

Smart Museum of Art announces new Deputy Director, Curator
CHICAGO, IL.- Vanja V. Malloy, the Dana Feitler Director of the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago, announced today the appointment of two key positions. Marcus E. Margerum joins the Smart as Deputy Director. A native of Chicago, Margerum was most recently the Deputy Director & Chief Business Officer at the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), Cincinnati. At the Smart, Margerum assumes a significant scope of responsibilities overseeing museum operations and administration, leading the collections and registration, exhibition production and management, publications, communications, facilities and security management, and guest services teams. As a member of the senior leadership staff, Margerum serves as a collaborator and advisor to the Dana Feitler Director to achieve strategic goals and implement organizational initiatives. ... More

Rago/Wright to auction major works by Warhol, Koons, more in Spring Post War & Contemporary Art
LAMBERTVILLE, NJ.- Rago/Wright announced the spring presentation of Post War & Contemporary Art at auction on May 22nd, featuring a robust offering of high-value artworks from artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Among the more than 100 works on offer, top lots include Andy Warhol’s complete 1972 Mao Portfolio (est. $600,000-800,000) and Jeff Koons’s 1992 canvas Puppy (est. $500,000-700,000), accompanied by works from Günther Förg, Joan Miró, Dana Schutz, Vladimir Dubossarsky and Alex Vinogradov, Damien Hirst, Sol LeWitt, J.B. Blunk, Tony Smith, Keith Haring, Louise Lawler, Sheila Hicks, and many more. Leading the auction is Warhol’s Mao Portfolio (est. $600,000-800,000),an infamous and controversial work published in 1972 that reflects the political and cultural zeitgeist of the early 1970s. As both a prescient consumer ... More

Exhibition of new paintings by Keith Mayerson to open at Karma
LOS ANGELES, CA.- Karma presents My American Dream: City of Angels, an exhibition of new paintings by Keith Mayerson, open from May 23 to July 20 at 7351 Santa Monica Boulevard. Keith Mayerson’s sprawling, non-linear narrative painting series My American Dream (2000– ) weaves hundreds of discrete images from his personal life, popular culture, and the national landscape into a portrait of America as he sees it, full of potentiality. City of Angels, Mayerson’s latest chapter in the series, addresses his personal national imaginary, honing in on Los Angeles, the city where he came into his own as an artist in the 1990s and one that he has, since returning from New York in 2016, once again come to call home. The exhibition’s two rooms—the first an homage to the figures who are central to the artist’s California mythology, the second a meditation on the changing landscape of the American West—together comprise Mayerso ... More

Scarlett Johansson said no, but OpenAI's virtual assistant sounds just like her
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.- Days before OpenAI demonstrated its new, flirty voice assistant last week, actress Scarlett Johansson said, Sam Altman, the company’s CEO, called her agent and asked that she consider licensing her voice for a virtual assistant. It was his second request to the actress in the past year, Johannson said in a statement Monday, adding that the reply both times was no. Despite those refusals, Johansson said, OpenAI used a voice that sounded “eerily similar to mine.” She has hired a lawyer and asked OpenAI to stop using a voice it called “Sky.” OpenAI suspended its release of “Sky” over the weekend. The company said in a blog post Sunday that “AI voices should not deliberately mimic a celebrity’s distinctive voice — Sky’s voice is not an imitation of Scarlett Johansson but belongs to a different professional actress using her own natural speaking voice.” ... More

In 'Three Houses,' a dark karaoke night of the soul
NEW YORK, NY.- It’s only fitting that a bar, replete with liquor and raised like an altar, presides over Dave Malloy’s “Three Houses,” which opened Monday at the Signature Theater. Malloy’s music is, after all, intoxicating. Alcohol is the accelerant for the show’s linked monodramas. And hung over is how it leaves its pandemic-sozzled characters at the end of a dark karaoke night of the soul. You may feel that way, too: lost in a morning-after fog like Malloy’s three protagonists, each having radically relocated during lockdown. Susan (Margo Seibert) found herself in her dead grandmother’s ranch home in Latvia, pointlessly alphabetizing the library. Sadie (Mia Pak) moved into her auntie’s New Mexico adobe, where a life-simulation game akin to Animal Crossing was her only companion. Having holed up in a “red brick basement in Brooklyn,” Beckett (J.D. Mollison) soon turned into an Amazon shopaholic. ... More

Retro, kitsch and vintage: The best of horror film posters at auction from Ewbank's on May 24
WOKING.- Spiders, vampires, zombies, werewolves and evil spirits abound among the classic designs of Ewbank’s Vintage Posters auction on May 24. Led by the magnificently retro kitsch Tarantula, here is a fine selection. Tarantula (1955), US One sheet. Rolled, with heavy linen backing, the 42 x 28½ inch (107 x 72cm) poster, has an estimate of £400-600. The Flesh and the Fiends (1959), linen backed, 30 x 40 inch (76 x 102cm) British Quad film poster. The film starred Peter Cushing. Estimate £100-200. The Prowlers, a 1981 slasher movie that starred the later great Farley Granger, who also co-starred in Hitchcock’s Strangers On A Train. One of a collection of vintage posters offered together as a single lot with an estimate of £100-200. Peter Cushing and Dennis Price co-starred in Twins of Evil (1971), a Hammer Horror cult classic for which this 30 ... More

Castellani Art Museum unveils "Colors Sing to Me: The Life and Art of Polly King"
NIAGARA FALLS, NY.- Castellani Art Museum, in collaboration with the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area, presents Colors Sing to Me: The Life and Art of Polly King. This exhibition, which spans May 22 to September 1, 2024, stands as a poignant homage and homecoming for an artist deeply intertwined with the heart and history of Niagara Falls, New York. The public is warmly invited to the opening reception on June 6, 2024, from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Castellani Art Museum. This special event marks the beginning of an extraordinary showcase of King's work, offering a chance to experience her legacy and influence firsthand. From the roaring twenties (1925) to the early nineties (1993), artist Polly King watched Niagara Falls, NY, undergo a remarkable metamorphosis. She saw it evolve from an industrial powerhouse to the famous "Honeymoon ... More




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On a day like today, Belgian author and illustrator Hergé was born
May 22, 1907. Georges Prosper Remi (22 May 1907 - 3 March 1983), known by the pen name Hergé, was a Belgian cartoonist. He is best known for creating The Adventures of Tintin, the series of comic albums which are considered one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. In this image: Georges Remi aka Hergé, Le Lotus Bleu, 1936, vendu 1,1 M€ / 1,25 M$ / 9,6 MHK$ (estimate : 1 000 000 – 1 500 000 € / 8 600 000 - 13 000 000 H$K) © Hergé/Moulinsart 2015.



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