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Things to Do in N.Y.C. This Weekend While Staying Inside

A weekly guide to maintaining a social life while social distancing. Source link

Renato Danese, Celebrated New York Gallerist and Ardent Supporter of Artists, Is Dead at 76

Renato Danese, a New York dealer who passionately supported the artists with whom he worked, has died at 76 after a short battle with cancer. Carol […]

How Much Are Kanye West’s (Quite Skillful) High School Drawings Worth? Around $20,000, According to Antiques Roadshow

Kanye West’s ego might be even bigger these days, thanks to a rave review of his high school artwork from an appraiser on PBS’s long-running , who […]

The World’s Great Photographers, Now Insiders, Are Posting Quarantine Pics

Stephen Shore, Catherine Opie, Todd Hido and others have turned to Instagram — to cure corona claustrophobia or show how life has changed. Source link

J. Paul Getty Trust to Give $10 M. in Coronavirus Relief Funds to Los Angeles Arts Organizations

Over the past week, many have demanded that the J. Paul Getty Trust—one of the richest arts funds in America, with an endowment of $7 billion, […]

David Driskell, the Celebrated Painter and Scholar Who Championed the Long History of Black Art in America, Has Died at 88 | artnet News

The influential artist, curator, and scholar David Driskell has died at the age of 88. News of his passing was announced by the David C. Driskell Center […]

Music, Theater and More to Experience at Home This Weekend

Our writers offer suggestions for what to watch, read or listen to while we’re housebound. Source link

The Getty Trust and Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Will Give $15 Million in Emergency Relief to Artists and Art Organizations

The J. Paul Getty Trust and the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation are the latest nonprofits to offer aid to artists and arts organizations hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic […]

Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Commits $5 M. to Crisis Relief: ‘A Moment to Step Up’

As the impacts of the coronavirus crisis continues to roil the art world, more and more grant-giving organizations have announced efforts to provide relief to those […]

In Open Letter, San Francisco Art Institute’s Potential Closure Is Mourned by Bay Area Scene

Last week, the San Francisco Art Institute, one of the oldest and most esteemed art schools in America, issued a letter that hinted at a bleak future. […]