Monday, February 18, 2019

Gallery’s New Exhibition Model Takes Over Collectors’ Homes

How to increase engagement with—and spending in—galleries is a perennially hot topic, as the much-documented strife of the middle market continues. Instead of exhibiting at Art...

Abraaj Group’s Partnership With Art Dubai to Continue, Despite Reorganisation

An abrupt reorganisation of the Dubai-based private equity firm Abraaj Group after questions arose over its investments will have “no bearing” on Abraaj’s sponsorship...

Two Decades of South Korean Corner Store Illustrations by Me Kyeoung Lee

Artist Me Kyeoung Lee has spent the last two decades documenting the tiny convenience stores and corner shops that dot the streets of South Korea....

What Kind of Sculpture is Shown in Warsaw?

Palace Krulikarnya in Warsaw, where the museum of the Polish artist Ksaveri Dunikovsky is located, the exhibition of one of the largest in Europe...

Sinuously Curved Benches Made with Thin Strips of Steam-Bent Hardwood

Brooklyn-based furniture designer and sculptor Matthias Pliessnig creates sumptuous, twisting benches by steam-bending hardwood. He first developed the process in 2006 while studying wooden boat building...

WSJ Offers Time Line of 1MDB Funding That Went Toward $100m in Art Purchases

The Wall Street Journal is assembling a time line on the 1MDB embezzlement story that gives us a better of sense of how the...

The metal wire sculptures by Candice Bees

Artist Candice Bees creates elegant animal sculptures from bound wires, capturing graceful movements of both winged and four-legged creatures. Originally trained as an illustrator,...

1980s Art Star Donald Sultan Reflects on His Career

Donald Sultan is promoting a travelling show of his paintings from the 1980s which has prompted Adam Lehrer to interview the artist for Forbes....

What to see at New York’s fair?

The Association of Fine Printers in New York opened the largest event dedicated to print media, in its new location, at the pavilion of...

Fairy Tales With The Paper And Porcelain

American artist Kirtsten Hassenfeld can bring jewels and lightweight chandelier to any window front, room or space with her paper installations. She lives in New...

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