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Exhibition at Crystal Bridges features artworks gifted to the museum by Gordon W. Bailey

Leroy Almon, The Slave, c. 1994, carved and painted wood bas relief, 22 3/4 x 36 in. (57.78 x 91.44 cm). Almon’s wood bas relief testament features several panels illuminating the history of enslavement. Bearing witness to the atrocities, Almon carved the eye of God as a reminder that the dreadful deeds would be judged. Photo: Gordon W. Bailey Collection.

BENTONVILLE, ARK.- What I Know: Gifts from Gordon W. Bailey opens at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville AR June 26 and runs through October 11, 2021. The exhibition features artworks created with a variety of media by Leroy Almon, Thornton Dial Sr., Sam Doyle, Minnie Evans, Josephus Farmer, Roy Ferdinand, Bessie Harvey, Clementine Hunter, Joe Light, Ronald Lockett, Sister Gertrude Morgan, J.B. Murray, Sulton Rogers, Nellie Mae Rowe, Welmon Sharlhorne, Herbert Singleton, and Purvis Young. The works are gifts from advocate, scholar and collector Gordon W. Bailey and reflect his decades-long advocacy on behalf of African American artists from the South. In the recent past, Bailey has gifted more than 500 artworks to American museums. “Gordon W. Bailey’s generous gifts are a welcome addition to our collection,” said Rod Bigelow, Crystal Br ... More

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Getty Museum acquires pastel by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard   Morton will be auctioning an NFT for the first time in Mexico   Dutch 'Golden Coach' exhibition revives racism debate

Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (French, 1749-1803), Portrait of Madame Charles Mitoire with Her Children, 1783. Pastel on three sheets of blue paper, mounted on canvas, 98.5 x 79 cm (38 ¾ x 31 1/8 in.).

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The J. Paul Getty Museum has acquired the greatest pastel by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard, one of the leading women artists in 18th-century Europe. The work was purchased at auction at Christie’s in Paris on June 16. Portrait of Madame Charles Mitoire with Her Children (1783) depicts a fashionably dressed woman with her two young sons. Well-known in Parisian art circles, Madame Mitoire was the granddaughter of Carle Vanloo, a famous artist who had been First Painter to French king Louis XV. Though its composition echoes traditional representations of the Virgin and Child with Saint John the Baptist, the portrait radically signals the modernity of its subject and her approach to motherhood. “This work is acknowledged as Adélaïde Labille-Guiard’s finest pastel, which she first exhibited in the Paris Salon of 1783, the year of her admission to the Royal Academy of Paintings ... More

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MEXICO CITY.- “Esto es Ahora. Subasta de Arte Contemporáneo” will take place next Thursday, June 24, an event in which an NFT will be auctioned for the first time. NFTs, named after their acronym in English "NonFungible Token", are digital files encrypted and authenticated with blockchain technology; And like cryptocurrencies, they have a unique digital signature which allows, for the first time in history, for digital art to be collectible despite its virtuality. Just as art is considered a value investment, so are now NFTs. The NFT that Morton Subastas will auction is a work entitled "VIVA" by contemporary artist Juan Carlos del Valle. Conceived to exist and pulse eternally in digital space, it is an essentially painterly work composed from matter and animated by the painter's own hand. Its dense impasto suggests a heart. The physical work from which "VIVA" originated was modified by the artist so it no longer exists today. "VIVA" is a nod to life and love; for Del Valle there is an equi ... More

In this file photo taken on September 15, 2015 Dutch King Willem-Alexander (L) and Queen Maxima arrive in the Golden Carriage at the Binnenhof in The Hague, on 'Prinsjesdag' (Prince's Day). Sander KONING / ANP / AFP.

by Jan Hennop

AMSTERDAM (AFP).- On a blustery autumn day in 2015 Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima for the last time stepped out of the golden coach which traditionally transported them to the opening of parliament. Nearly six years later, the monarch was back on Thursday to unveil a newly-restored carriage -- but this time as the centrepiece of an exhibition at the Amsterdam Museum exploring the Netherlands' troubled relationship with its colonial past. The horse-drawn carriage called the "De Gouden Koets" has been embroiled in a racism controversy over a picture on the left-side panel of the opulent coach, which has undergone an extensive refit. Called "Tribute of the Colonies", the image depicts kneeling black people handing over produce like cocoa and sugarcane to their white masters ... More

Bonhams offers NFTs in special CryptOGs sale in partnership with SuperRare   Rediscovered Mies van der Rohe design under construction, dedicated at Indiana University   Brontë auction is on hold as group tries to keep library intact

Alotta Money, Pauline at the Mall. Estimate: $40,000-60,000. Photo: Bonhams.

LONDON.- Bonhams is to host the world’s first curated collaboration between a digital art platform and an auction house, offering for the first time an exclusive sale of NFTs in partnership with SuperRare, the Authentic Digital Art Market. The sale, entitled CryptOGs: The Pioneers of NFT Art, will be the first to highlight unique artworks by the originators – the OGs – of Crypto Art, and will run online from 21-30 June on Bonhams will also accept payment in Ethereum for this auction. The artworks will also be screened at Bonhams HQ in New Bond Street during Contemporary Art Week which concludes with Bonhams’ Modern & Contemporary Art sale on 30 June. Bonhams Head of Digital Art, Nima Sagharchi, commented: “This will be the first-ever auction exploring the originators of the crypto art movement – those who were minting NFTs before they were in the global spotlight. These artists have had a lasting imp ... More

Interior view of the southeast corner of the exterior atrium courtyard of the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, a Mies van der Rohe Design, on the campus of Indiana University Bloomington. Image courtesy the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, Indiana University. © Hadley Fruits.

BLOOMINGTON, IND.- Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie welcomed Sidney and Lois Eskenazi, IU alumni and principal donors, and architect Dirk Lohan, grandson of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, on June 17 to the dedication ceremony for the new, shared facility for IU’s Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design. The building, now under construction, realizes a recently rediscovered 1952 design created by Mies for the IU Bloomington campus. As adapted for contemporary use by the architectural team of Thomas Phifer and Partners, the Mies Building for the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design is scheduled to open in fall 2021. Thomas Phifer and Partners is also the architect for IU’s new Ferguson ... More

Thomas Bewick’s “A History of British Birds,” part of a recently surfaced private library of rare books and manuscripts that had been set for auction at Sotheby’s. Sotheby’s via The New York Times.

by Jennifer Schuessler

NEW YORK (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- Sotheby’s has agreed to delay the much-publicized auction of a “lost” library containing rare manuscripts by Robert Burns, Walter Scott and the Brontës, as a consortium of British libraries and museums has begun an effort to raise $21 million to preserve it for the nation. That private library, the Honresfield Library, was assembled in the 19th century and had gone virtually unseen since the 1930s. The news last month that the library had resurfaced and would be sold at a series of auctions starting in July had drawn excited reactions from scholars and fans, as well as alarm that cultural treasures could be dispersed anew into inaccessible private collections. In a statement on Thursday announcing the ... More

LiveAuctioneers announces proposed acquisition by Auction Technology Group   A towering figure in South Korean art plans his legacy   Walters Art Museum receives $2.5 million endowment gift and English majolica collection will continue to operate with its headquarters in New York City and be led by CEO Phil Michaelson. Photo provided by LiveAuctioneers.

NEW YORK, NY.- LiveAuctioneers, one of North America’s favorite destinations for fine and decorative arts, antiques and luxury goods, today announced its agreement to join Auction Technology Group’s family of curated online marketplaces and auction-technology solutions. LiveAuctioneers is delighted to have a new partner with a long history of empowering arts and antiques auctioneers with a suite of online tools, content, and services available to maximize the value of assets auctioneers sell for their consignors. The acquisition by Auction Technology Group (LON:ATG) will more easily enable North American auction houses to access global bidders, accelerating LiveAuctioneers’ continued growth as well as driving the appeal of secondhand items and the circular economy. The auction industry is going through a structural shift from offline to online and in so doing ... More

The Korean painter Park Seo-Bo at his studio in Seoul, June 6, 2021. As Seo-Bo, 89, pursues two museums for his art, the shows keep coming — along with a candid book by his daughter. Woohae Cho/The New York Times.

by Andrew Russeth

SEOUL (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- In 1951, as the Korean War dragged on, a young artist named Park Jae-Hong headed toward Seoul. The conflict had cut short his first year at art school, and he had been forced into service, first by the North, then by the South, stationed in coastal Masan. He had survived aircraft attacks, meager rations, bitter cold — and had managed to get discharged. Back in the capital, trying to raise tuition money, Park asked soldiers from the United States if he could do their portraits. He traded their dollars for won — Korea’s currency — and bought art supplies and congee made with leftovers from military bases. “One cup of that and a glass of soju, and I would ... More

Minton Ceramics Manufactory; Artist: Paul Comoléra, Figure of a peacock, 1876. Lead-glazed earthenware, 59 7/8 x 27 1/2 x 17 1/4 in.

BALTIMORE, MD.- The Walters Art Museum has received a $2.5 million gift from Baltimore art collectors Deborah and Philip English to endow and hire a new curator to specialize in the areas of decorative arts, design, and material culture. In addition, the Englishes committed to donating more than 500 objects in their collection of Majolica to the museum. The Walters will conduct a national search for this position, known as the Deborah and Philip English Curator of Decorative Arts, Design, and Material Culture. “This new position funded by the Englishes gives us the ability to further the study of ceramics like Majolica and other examples of material culture, which expands the types of stories we are able to tell and restores this art to its rightful place in history,” said Julia Marciari-Alexander, Andrea B. and John H. Laporte Director. “We are simply thrilled to have this opportunity ... More

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art opens an exhibition of works by Mamma Andersson   Egypt souvenir market pins hopes on tourism resurgence   Kettle's Yard and Tate acquire Alfred Wallis sketchbooks from last year of his life

Mamma Andersson, The Day After, 2020. Oil on canvas, 228 x 168 cm. Courtesy of the artist, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stephen Friedman Gallery and David Zwirner .

HUMLEBÆK.- Mamma Andersson ranks as one of the most important painters of her generation. The exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is the first major presentation of Mamma Andersson’s work in Denmark and her first large-scale show at a Nordic museum in several years. The artist has made 10 new works especially for the exhibition, which is on view in Louisiana’s East Wing. Over the years, the art of Mamma Andersson (b. 1962) has been tied together by distinctive subject matter and painterly moves: The Nordic landscape with steep slopes, pine forests and a unique, high-contrast light. Dolls, often standing in for people, giving the painting a coagulated, object-like look. Back-turned figures with hidden faces adding mystery to the picture. And the colour black, often in many nuances and materials, sprayed on or roughly applied, creating a distinct darkness in the painting that the artist herself ... More

Eid Yosri, 32, an Ancient Egyptian artefact replica craftsman and seller, poses for a photo with a mini sarcophagus of his own creation. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP.

by Emmanuel Parisse

CAIRO (AFP).- Pyramids, Tutankhamun masks, Nefertiti busts -- Egypt's souvenir-makers are pinning their hopes on a new lease of economic life, after tourism was battered by the coronavirus pandemic. In the shadow of the magnificent Giza Pyramids, Eid Yousri manufactures polyester Pharaonic figurines from a humble workshop erected on the roof of his family home. "We've lost nearly 70 percent of our business," he told AFP, lamenting the plunge in visitors to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Before the pandemic, "we had about 15 workers -- compared to five today," he said, noting that even the remaining staff were not full-time. He sells his products from as little as 20 Egyptian pounds (about $1.30, or one euro) to 200 pounds. Hundreds of small business owners and artisans have been forced to mothball much of their ... More

Alfred Wallis sketchbooks, 1941-2. Purchased jointly by Tate and Kettle’s Yard with funds provided by the National Heritage Memorial Fund, Tate Members, Friends of Kettle’s Yard and with Art Fund support 2020. Courtesy Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge.

CAMBRIDGE.- Kettle’s Yard announced the acquisition, jointly with Tate, of three important and rare sketchbooks by self-taught artist and mariner Alfred Wallis (1855-1942). All three sketchbooks were made in the last year of the artist’s life, which he spent in a workhouse in St Ives due to illness and poverty. The sketchbooks are currently on display in ‘Alfred Wallis Rediscovered’, at Kettle’s Yard until 20 June 2021. Prior to this exhibition, they had not been exhibited in a public exhibition for over 50 years and very little was known about them or researched. They have now been purchased jointly by Tate and Kettle’s Yard with funds provided by the National Heritage Memorial Fund, Tate Members and Friends of Kettle’s Yard, and with Art Fund support. Most of Wallis’s works are difficult to date, but these sketchbooks are the exception to this rule, definitively produced in the last year ... More

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UK heritage charity flags Enid Blyton's 'racism'
LONDON (AFP).- For generations of children, British children's author Enid Blyton conjured up a cosy world of boarding schools, beaches and freedom from parents. But The Daily Telegraph reported Thursday that English Heritage, a charity that maintains historic buildings and commemorates famous residents, had updated its website to say her work has been criticised "for its racism, xenophobia and lack of literary merit". This prompted accusations in right-wing media that Blyton had fallen victim to "cancel culture", where people whose views are deemed unacceptable are ostracised and shamed on social media. "Five get cancelled!" wrote The Daily Express, referring to her Famous Five series of adventure novels. The update comes as the Black Lives Matter movement is prompting reexamination of popular culture including Disney films. Born in 1897, Blyton is known for her ... More

Artcurial announces Impressionist & Modern Art and Post-War & Contemporary Art sales
PARIS.- On 28 and 29 June, the Impressionist & Modern and Post-War & Contemporary Art departments will hold their major sales presenting key pieces by great 20th century artists. The afternoon sale dedicated to Impressionist & Modern Art, starting at 14.00 on Tuesday 29 June, comprises around one hundred works of art. Notable pieces include gouaches by Maurice Utrillo and Fernand Léger, drawings by Paul Gauguin, Aristide Maillol and Henri Matisse, along with oils on canvas by Marquet, Survage and Bernard Buffet. The evening sale, starting at 19.00, will highlight 31 key pieces by major artists, including an oil on canvas by Pablo Picasso, Le verre taillé sur fond rose from 1922, estimated to sell for 550 000 - 650 000 €, a drawing from 1933 by the same artist, Flûtiste assise et dormouse and a number of bronzes by Ossip Zadkine, Aristide Maillol and Emile-Antoine Bourdelle. There will also ... More

Can streaming pay? Musicians are pinning fresh hopes on Twitch.
NEW YORK (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- Each weekday at 8:30 a.m., after getting his twin 2-year-olds dressed, fed and set up with their nanny, Matthew K. Heafy decamps to an unoccupied bedroom in his home in Orlando, Florida, and flicks on three computers, three cameras and a battery of guitar equipment in preparation for his morning livestream shredfest. Heafy, guitarist and lead singer of the metal band Trivium, is one of the most dedicated musicians on Twitch, the livestreaming platform that began a decade ago as a gaming haven but has grown into an always-on smorgasbord of entertainment — one that has proved especially attractive to musicians during the pandemic. Twitch, which is owned by Amazon, attracts an average of 30 million visitors a day, and its users watched more than 1 trillion minutes of content last year, according to the company. Livestreaming apps are a dime ... More

Roman marble torso top lot at ground-breaking Male Form sale at Bonhams
LONDON.- A Roman marble male torso circa 1st-2nd Century A.D. was the top selling lot at Bonhams innovative The Male Form sale in London yesterday (16 June). The statue sold for £60,250. Held during Pride Month, The Male Form was the first-ever sale by an international auction house dedicated exclusively to a celebration of the male form in art and spanned centuries and genres, from Antiquities and Old Master Painting to Sculpture and Decorative Arts, from Contemporary Art to Photography. It made a total of £615,438 with 80% sold by lot and 64% sold by value. More than a third of the buyers were new to Bonhams. The sale was curated by Bonhams Greek Art Specialist Anastasia Orfanidou and Bonhams Head of Books and Manuscripts, Matthew Haley, who said: “We are very pleased the Male Form sale attracted so much attention and so many bidders and new buyers on the day. ... More

First major survey of art by Dušan and Voitre Marek opens at the Art Gallery of South Australia
ADELAIDE.- Dušan and Voitre Marek: Surrealists at sea at the Art Gallery of South Australia will be the first major survey of the art of Czech-Australian brothers Dušan and Voitre Marek. The exhibition will draw together over 200 works from public and private collections across the country, many of which will be on public display for the first time. AGSA Director Rhana Devenport ONZM says, ‘Necessary and illuminating, this exhibition follows a similarly remarkable story of rediscovery as AGSA’s recent Clarice Beckett survey. Surrealists at sea aims to reinsert the art and influence of Dušan and Voitre Marek back into the pages of Australian art history, where the contributions of many émigré artists have been too often overlooked.’ From their arrival in Adelaide in 1948, Dušan and Voitre set into motion a surge of new ideas that challenged the conventions of Australian art. Their pioneering ... More

'13 American Artists: A Celebration of Historic Work' on view at Eric Firestone Gallery
NEW YORK, NY.- In honor of their first season in a new ground floor space at 40 Great Jones Street, Eric Firestone Gallery presents 13 American Artists, an exhibition showcasing artists from the gallery’s unique, wide-ranging historical program. The gallery has made central a mission to explore the ever-expanding canon of Post-World War II American art. Over the last several years, the gallery has presented major retrospectives to champion artists whose stories needed to be re-told. Their significant contributions to art history have been further reinforced by recent institutional acquisitions and exhibitions. 13 American Artists celebrates this ongoing endeavor, and the new location, presenting several artists and estates for the first time in our New York City location. Shirley Gorelick (1924-2000) is known for her humanist paintings of subjects who have traditionally not been ... More

Patek Philippe men's watch climbs to $50,150 at Miller & Miller auction
NEW HAMBURG.- A Patek Philippe Reference 3940 perpetual calendar men’s watch with 18kt white gold case and clasp, one of the most iconic perpetual calendar wristwatches available today, sold for $50,150 in Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.’s online-only Watches & Jewelry auction held June 12th. It was the top lot in a sale that grossed $305,354. All prices quoted in this report are in Canadian dollars and include an 18 percent buyer’s premium. The Patek Philippe Reference 3940 is mostly found in yellow gold, with far fewer examples in 18K white gold, making the watch in the sale that much more desirable. Originally purchased in 1999 from Tourneau in New York, it was signed on the case, movement, dial and clasp, and included the original presentation box and literature. The auction was filled with a generous offering of pocket watches unlocked from longtime collections; railroad ... More

Phillips to offer property from the collection of California philanthropist Robin Quist Gates
NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips announced the sale of property from the estate Robin Quist Gates, the Northern California native who spent the past four decades building a museum-quality collection of 20th century art. The collection features works by Milton Avery, David Hockney, William Turnbull, Henri Matisse, Deborah Butterfield, and Yves Klein, as well as Bay Area artists Paul Wonner, Theophilus Brown, David Park, Richard Diebenkorn and Wayne Thiebaud. Ms. Gates also served her arts community in countless ways over the course of her lifetime. She sat on the board of trustees at SFMoMA and donated artwork to institutions close to her heart and home, including Stanford University and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Works from her collection will be offered in Phillips’ Day Sale of 20th Century & Contemporary Art on 24 June, followed by the Editions auctions in New York ... More

Oolite Arts exhibit captures our newfound connection to nature amid the pandemic
MIAMI, FLA.- The pandemic disrupted our way of life, but it also delivered us back to nature and the wilderness during a time of confinement. This month Oolite Arts kicked off Natural Transcendence, a lens-based exhibition where artists focus on the many ways we have recalibrated our relationship with nature while being forced to stay home, away from public spaces and other people, causing a Natural Transcendence, and renewed sense of gratitude for the natural elements that surrounds us. Curated by acclaimed filmmaker and video artist Rhonda Mitrani, Natural Transcendence features thought-provoking works by seven artists, providing new perspectives on the intersection between humanity and nature in domesticated landscapes, including parks, bodies of water, sidewalks and even their own backyard. The participating artists include Adler Guerrier, Megan McLarney, Colleen ... More

P·P·O·W opens an exhibition of works by Ann Agee
NEW YORK, NY.- P·P·O·W presents Madonnas and Hand Warmers, Agee’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. Showcasing the latest wares from the “Agee Manufacturing Company”, the fictitious enterprise that has motivated Agee’s three-decade career in ceramics, this tour de force exhibition will be comprised of more than one hundred unique works that form two elaborate series of aesthetically and materially diverse sculptures. Alongside Kathy Butterly, Arlene Shechet, and Annabeth Rosen, Agee is a leading member in a pioneering generation of feminist ceramicists. Since her residency at the Kohler Arts Center in 1991, Agee’s practice has focused on replicating objects by hand, a process employed to simulate mass production and engage ambiguous delineations between fine art, design, and craft; histories of cultural appropriation and exchange; and the range of women’s lived ... More

Sotheby's sets new record for a jewel sold in online auction
NEW YORK, NY.- Earlier today, Sotheby’s sold an exceptional 50.03 carat round diamond for $2.7 million – marking a new record for a jewel sold in an online auction. Offered without reserve, the diamond attracted fierce competition from the moment online bidding opened on 9 June, receiving a total of 30 bids, from 11 individual bidders across 7 countries. Estimated at $2.5 – 5 million, the 50.03 carat G Color diamond was the highest valued jewel ever offered in an online sale and only the fifth round diamond of over 50 carats to be offered at auction in the past 15 years. Speaking after the sale, Quig Bruning, Head of Sotheby’s Jewelry Department in New York, commented: ‘It’s no surprise that, as the rarest object of natural beauty on the market, this 50+ carat diamond was viewed by dozens of bidders to be the ultimate acquisition. Indeed, this exceptional work of nature is only the ... More

Biggest ever Artes Mundi Prize awarded to all six shortlisted artists
CARDIFF.- The jury for the UK’s largest international contemporary art prize Artes Mundi 9, has unanimously decided to award the prize to all six artists shortlisted this year in recognition of this time of exceptional social and economic upheaval and to acknowledge the outstanding quality of their individual practices, and the powerfully relevant work that has been either been newly created or reconfigured especially for the exhibition. Artists Firelei Báez (Dominican Republic), Dineo Seshee Bopape (South Africa), Meiro Koizumi (Japan), Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (Puerto Rico), Prabhakar Pachpute (India) and Carrie Mae Weems (USA) will each receive £10,000. The jury for Artes Mundi 9 comprises Cosmin Costinas, Executive Director and Curator of Para Site, Hong Kong and Artistic Director of Kathmandu Triennale 2020; Elvira Dyangani-Ose, Director of The Showroom gallery in London; and ... More

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On a day like today, Flemish painter Rogier van der Weyden died
June 18, 1464. Rogier van der Weyden (1399 or 1400 - 18 June 1464) was an Early Netherlandish painter whose surviving works consist mainly of religious triptychs, altarpieces and commissioned single and diptych portraits. He was highly successful and internationally famous in his lifetime; his paintings were exported - or taken - to Italy and Spain, and he received commissions from, amongst others, Philip the Good, Netherlandish nobility, and foreign princes. In this image: Rogier van der Weyden, Werkstatt, Kreuzigung Christi (Abegg-Triptychon), um 1445, Eichenholz, Mitteltafel: 103,5 x 72,4 cm, Flügel: je 103,5 x 32,8 cm. Riggisberg bei Bern, Abegg-Stiftung. © Riggisberg, Abegg-Stiftung, Christoph von Viràg, 1999.

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