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Bonhams to offer the Eddie Basha Collection: A Selection of Western American Art

Bonhams announced the sale of select works from The Eddie Basha Collection: A Selection of Western American Art on November 25 at Bonhams Los Angeles. The carefully curated sale represents key artists in the collection acquired over four decades and reflects the strong bonds of friendship that developed between the artists and Eddie Basha during his lifetime. The collection is distinguished for... | Read More

Ludwig Museum exhibits works by The Bosch+Bosch Group of Subotica

The Bosch+Bosch Group of Subotica (1969–1976) was one of those artistic collectives that sprung up across Europe and elsewhere in the world in the 1960s. Most of these were active in music, but quite a few engaged in the visual arts. We now look back on the group on the occasion of its being founded 50 years ago, as the second such collective in Yugoslavia. There was no firm, unified and... | Read More

German artist Sabine Hornig unveils major new permanent public artwork at Barangaroo

The Lendlease Art Advisory Panel today unveiled the largest permanent public artwork to date at Barangaroo, created by respected German artist Sabine Hornig. Titled Shadows, the large-scale photographic installation, inspired by the native flora of Sydney, articulates a 170-metre walkway connecting Barangaroo South’s three International Towers. Commissioned by Lendlease in 2017 and... | Read More

Wembley Park presents Saturation Surge by Maser to coincide with London Design Festival

Wembley Park unveiled a new public commission by visual artist Maser on 13 September ahead of London Design Festival 2019. The Spanish Steps, which connect Wembley Stadium to The SSE Arena, Wembley, have be transformed by the artist into a bright public realm artwork, called Saturation Surge, using bold geometric shapes and patterns to draw attention to the distinctive perspective of the site,... | Read More

Carpenters Workshop Gallery exhibits sculptural works by Karl Lagerfeld

Carpenters Workshop Gallery | New York, brings Karl Lagerfeld’s exhibition of sculptural works, Architectures, to New York City. This the first time the pieces are exhibited in North America and offers audiences a chance to experience first-hand Mr. Lagerfeld’s enduring impact on design. Architectures is an art collection of functional sculptures designed by Karl Lagerfeld and... | Read More

Jaguar E-Type owned by screenwriter and television producer Brian Clemens offered at H&H Classics

This stylish Jaguar E-Type was supplied new to the acclaimed screenwriter and television producer Brian Clemens OBE (1931-2015) whose credits included The Avengers, The Persuaders and The Professionals. It is estimated to sell for £65,000 to £85,000 with H&H Classics on 16th October at Duxford, Imperial War Museum. The car appeared on screen in The Avengers alongside John Steed and Emma Peel... | Read More

Czechs summon Russian envoy amid Soviet-era statue row

The Czech foreign ministry summoned Russia's ambassador Friday amid a row over a controversial Soviet-era statue in Prague that city authorities want to replace with a World War II memorial. Prague authorities put a tarp over the vandalised statue of Soviet General Ivan Konev in August, triggering a sharp reaction from Moscow. Russian Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky called Ondrej Kolar, mayor... | Read More

MKG Hamburg opens exhibition of new graphic design from the Netherlands

Poster design has developed in several different directions in recent years. Digital layout and printing techniques enable almost anyone to design posters without major effort and to distribute them on a massive scale. But more and more professional graphic designers are taking a stand against this mass phenomenon. Although they take advantage of the versatile possibilities offered by digital... | Read More

Fralin Museum of Art commits at least half of its exhibitions to underrepresented artists going forward

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia announces that historically underrepresented artists will be a focus in at least half of its exhibitions moving forward. This action is the result of recent data showing that the majority of artists featured in U.S. museum exhibitions continue to lack diversity well into the 21st century. The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of... | Read More

Deborah Roberts’ unique take on blackness featured in new book

Artists often use their medium to express identity — both how society views others and how we view ourselves. Texas-based artist Deborah Roberts has run with this idea and made it her own. Her first book, “Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi,” was just published by Spelman College Museum of Fine Art and the Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia, which... | Read More
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