Archive for April, 2019

Christie’s to offer Picasso works from the Norman Granz Collection

This May, Christie’s will present a remarkable collection of drawings and prints by Picasso from the Collection of Norman and Grete Granz. A Close Friendship: Picasso From The Collection of Norman and Grete Granz will be offered across 20th Century Week (estimate $4 - 6 million). The collection is led by Pablo Picasso’s Baigneuses et crabe, 1938 (estimate: $1.2 – 1.8 million),... | Read More

Exhibition features forty-four photographs by five legendary members of Group f/64

Modern Masters: Group ƒ/64: Works from the Bank of America Collection opened to the public on Saturday, April 27, 2019. The exhibition features forty-four photographs by five legendary members of Group f/64—Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Willard Van Dyke, Brett Weston, and Edward Weston—who are regarded as some of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. It remains on display... | Read More

Jutta Koether Is Headed to Lévy Gorvy

The artist was previously repped by Bortolami, which made the announcement. Read More

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Texas’ Best High Schools Make a Major Impact in New National Rankings

When it comes to the best public high schools in the United States, the smart money’s on Texas. It’s one thing to have that Lone Star State pride, but it’s another to have it proven in facts and figures. And while our best and brightest could definitely crunch the numbers, U.S. News & World Report has … Continued

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How The Next Wave Of Wearable Tech Will Amplify Our Intelligence

“The need for an intelligence-amplifying device that is less obtrusive than a smartphone and more discreet than a voice interface is clear. Many technologists and entrepreneurs are working to create the next revolutionary intelligence-amplifying device that will solve the problems of its predecessors while giving users seamless access to advanced AI systems.” – Harvard... | Read More

At Art Brussels and Berlin Gallery Weekend, Severed Heads, ‘Great White Fear,’ and a Paul McCarthy Blowout

Collectors were busy in Belgium in Germany over the past week, and the market seemed to be humming. Read More

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Koenraad Dedobbeleer at Clearing, Brussels

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Neuroscience Tries To Figure Out Why Music Gets Hold Of Us

“We’re starting to comprehend how melodies affect our feelings, why certain music makes us want to get up and dance and why some harmonies trigger fear. Some studies have already had direct applications in the field of music therapy, which uses music to treat neurological, emotional and physical disorders.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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The New Black Market For Fakes? Instagram

Selling counterfeit goods is illegal on Instagram, but according to a recently released report by data analysis firm Ghost Data, Instagram has become “the top showcase platform for counterfeiters” on the web, and anyone with an Instagram account has a doorway to a “multibillion-dollar underground economy.”  – Fast Company

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UK Statistics Authority Blasts Arts Council England Over Bad Methodology

A public letter from Ed Humpherson, head of UKSA’s regulatory arm, castigates ACE for an array of statistical misdemeanours that fail to meet the official Code of Practice, and which led to a “lack of clarity” in the presentation of visitor numbers in the funder’s latest annual report. But ACE still denies that its presentation of the figures was misleading, and says it has no plans... | Read More

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