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Dutch Artist Viviane Sassen Made Her Name Photographing People in Africa. Now, She’s Reconsidering Her Own Legacy | artnet News

Dutch contemporary photographer Viviane Sassen, who has been the subject of solo exhibitions at such decorated institutions as the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and […]

‘This Feels Worse Than Trump’: Artists Voice Anguish After Boris Johnson’s Landslide Victory in the British Election

The artist Peter Liversidge has been posting mail art with a no-Brexit message to Number 10 Downing Street for months. Politely addressed to the “current Prime Minister,” […]

Want to Win a €1 Million Picasso? This Charity is Raffling Off €100 Lottery Tickets for a Shot at the Big Prize | artnet News

An original painting by Pablo Picasso valued at a cool €1 million ($1,113,735) could be yours for just €100. The Paris-based non-profit Aider les Autres (translated from French […]

50 Art Collectors to Watch, Schnabel-Designed Home Lists for $18.5 M., and More: Morning Links from December 13, 2019

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Sotheby’s New York will stage an auction of contemporary Indigenous art today, marking […]

From Banksy’s Holiday-Themed Mural to a Banana Protest: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week | artnet News

Hiding in Plain Sight – A gardener found a Gustav Klimt painting stolen more than 20 years ago from a gallery in Italy—hiding behind the ivy-covered walls of […]

On the Frontier, the Lubumbashi Biennial Makes Art From Obstacles

The global mushrooming of fairs has reached Congo’s remote but resilient mining hub, where politics find its way into artists’ work. Source link

Beware of Fake Stik Street Art Prints – LSD Magazine

Advertisement Fake Stik Prints Warning to Buyers On 12th December street artist Stik posted a warning regarding fake prints being offered to collectors in recent weeks. […]

New Court Filing Reveals Further Details in Case of Embattled Dealer Inigo Philbrick

Rudolf Stingel’s 2012 painting Untitled which sold at Christie’s New York in May for $6.5 million but has not been paid for in full, remains under […]

Juxtapoz Magazine – Radio Juxtapoz, ep 31: Jenny Morgan and the Art of the Self

We love when we get two former cover artists on Radio Juxtapoz, and following up on our conversation with Jean Jullien during Miami Art Week where […]

Some People Think Cattelan’s Banana Is Genius. This Law Professor Thinks It’s Illegal | artnet News

Just when you thought you would never have to swallow another banana, here comes a law professor with a jocular legal argument against Comedian, the artwork […]

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