Art Industry News: Why Does This $10 Million Painting of Dutch Boys Drinking Beer Keep Getting Stolen? + Other Stories | artnet News

NEED-TO-READ German Museums Revise Rules for Handling Human Remains – The German Museum Association is reviewing its eight-year-old guidelines on the handling of human remains. The new […]

Pablo Escobar’s ‘Cocaine Hippos’ Culling – LSD Magazine

Colombian Government Discuss Culling Escobar’s Hippos The most famous drug dealer on earth was shot dead in 1993. A man with more cash than Bezos, Pablo […]

Juxtapoz Magazine – Reggie Burrows Hodges Haunting Paintings on View @ Karma, NYC

Karma is pleased to present the first New York solo exhibition of Reggie Burrows Hodges. Source link

How a Group of Scrappy Young Curators Is Landing Artists Below-Market Studios in London’s Ritziest Neighborhood

London—one of the priciest cities in the world—is not an easy place to live as an artist. But a semi-nomadic organization in the UK capital wants […]

Slow Down the Mega-Galleries, Empower Black Collectors, and 13 Other Changes Art-World Insiders Hope to See in 2021

After the doozy of a year that was 2020, most of us are eagerly looking ahead to better things in the year to come. So, in […]

After Trump’s Inauguration, Matthew Barney Installed a Giant Clock Counting Down His Days in Office. Now, It’s Finally Going Dark

Many onlookers never knew what the glowing numbers signified because the artists intentionally left the meaning obscure. “All this time I just thought it was some […]

The Devilish Life and Art of Lucian Freud, in Full Detail

William Feaver’s “The Lives of Lucian Freud: Fame, 1968-2011” completes a two-volume biography of the pioneering realist painter. Source link

UK Galleries Will Benefit From a Court Ruling Forcing Insurers to Pay Businesses for Losses Incurred During Lockdown | artnet News

Art galleries are among the hundreds of thousands of UK businesses that are celebrating after the country’s highest court ruled that insurers must pay out to […]

Juxtapoz Magazine – Gerald Lovell “all that I have” @ P.P.O.W. Gallery, NYC

P.P.O.W. is pleased to present all that I have, Gerald Lovell’s first solo exhibition in New York City. Garnering immediate recognition for his candid approach and heavily […]

Trump’s Arts Record, Oval Office Replicas, a Museum Vaccination Site, and More: Morning Links from January 18, 2020

The Headlines WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP SET TO LEAVE OFFICE IN ABOUT 48 HOURS, reporter Graham Bowley revisited the president’s repeated proposals to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the […]