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Collection of German Artworks Worth $331.9 M. Disappears, Leaving Artist Markus Lüpertz Distraught: Report

What happened to a group of works by Anselm Kiefer, Renate Graf, and Markus Lüpertz that’s said to be worth €300 million (about $331.9 million)? According […]

Caught Impeachment Fever? This Gallery Is Selling Watergate Courtroom Drawings, and the Chance to Own a Piece of History | artnet News

The world watched today as the Donald Trump impeachment hearings took a surprise turn when Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland essentially flipped on the […]

The Met Hires Denise Murrell, Curator of Acclaimed ‘Posing Modernity’ Exhibition

Denise Murrell, the curator behind the highly praised exhibition “Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today” that opened last year, will now […]

At Rive Droite, an Experimental Boutique in the Heart of Paris, Saint Laurent’s Anthony Vaccarello Is Selling Clothing and Art Side-by-Side

Since coming on board as the creative director of Saint Laurent in 2016, Anthony Vaccarello has brought a fresh, modern vision to the French fashion brand […]

Syrian Artist Calls Out BP Sponsorship of ‘Troy: Myth and Reality’ Exhibition at British Museum

After British Museum director Hartwig Fischer reaffirmed the institution’s long-standing relationship with the oil company BP earlier this year, the museum has faced backlash on several […]

French Court Upholds Jail Sentence for Picasso Electrician Accused of Stealing Artworks

A decades-long legal saga between Picasso’s estate and the artist’s electrician involving a trove of hoarded artwork has ended with a decisive verdict from the French […]

Ancient Emojis? Archeologists Discover Epic New Nazca Lines in Peru | artnet News

A group of archaeologists from Japan’s Yamagata University, assisted by A.I. technology, have announced the uncovering of a new cache of giant, prehistoric Land Art made […]

Ask a Curator: A New Column by Venice Biennale Veteran Francesco Bonami

Even as the word “curate” has become commonplace—from curated music playlists to The Curator restaurant at Heathrow Airport, which sells seven kinds of burgers—the actual job of the art […]

Juxtapoz Magazine – Reunion: Chen Fei Opens First Exhibition in North America @ Perrotin NYC

As globalization encapsulates the globe and polarization intensifies our societies, it’s interesting and refreshing to see art made on the “other side of the world,” where […]

Beijing Censors Have Forbidden the Ullens Center From Staging a Survey on the Chinese-American Artist Hung Liu | artnet News

The city of Beijing has canceled a survey of the work of 71-year-old Chinese-American artist Hung Liu, which was scheduled to open at the Ullens Center for Contemporary […]