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Lucien Smith Drops First NFT Collection ‘Seeds’

Lucien Smith is famous in his 20s for his process-based abstractions drawn with a fire extinguisher. The artist released his first series of NFTs in a collection called Seeds. The collection is currently being marketed through Lobus. It`s an artist asset management company that recently brought in Smith to run its Cultural Innovation Lab.

Jonathas de Andrade, Picked to Represent Brazil at 2022 Venice Biennale

In April 2022 Venice Biennale is going to be held. The Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, which manages Brazil's participation in the 2022 Venice Biennale, has announced the curator and artist of the Brazil Pavilion. The curator is Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, who was also the chief curator of the 34th Sao Paulo Biennale, and the artist he...

Thieves Hacks & Steal Gallery Owner’s Todd Kramer Multimillion-Dollar NFT Collection: ‘All My Apes Gone’

“I have been hacked. All my apes gone. This just sold please help me,” wrote gallery owner Todd Kramer, of New York’s Ross + Kramer Gallery, in a since-deleted tweet posted on December 30. A phishing scam had drained his Ethereum wallet of 15 NFTs valued at a total of $2.2 million, including four apes from the “Bored Ape...

UNESCO has added Arabic calligraphy to its Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list

UNESCO has added Arabic calligraphy to the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. It was suggested by a coalition of 16 Arabic-speaking countries, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine. The countries will create a report on their progress in supporting the arts next year. The proposal was led by Saudi Arabia,...

Earliest Gold-Plated Bronze Buddha Statues Found in China’s Shaanxi Province

Two statues that archaeologists say are the oldest known gilded bronze Buddha statues found in China have been discovered in Shaanxi province. News about the statues appeared in Chinese state media last week. According to the Xinhua news agency, the excavation was supervised by the Shaanxi Academy of Archaeology. Archaeologists have found objects in...

The Kunstmuseum Bern in Switzerland will return several works donated by the late dealer Cornelius Gurlitt

The Kunstmuseum Bern in Switzerland will return the works of art. They were donated by the dealer Cornelius Gurlitt. Several years ago, the collector Cornelius Gurlitt was the subject of widely publicized Nazi art theft cases. The Gurlitt collection consists of 1,600 items. It has been the subject of polemic since 2014. Gurlitt collection...

Ford Foundation will team up with the MoMA to launch scholars in residence program at that New York institution

To find new perspectives on art history, the Ford Foundation will team up with the Museum of Modern Art to launch a scholarly fellowship program at the New York-based institution. In September 2022, as part of the first iteration of the program, three scientists will conduct research at MoMA over a one-year period. In...

Hong Kong’s ‘Pillar of Shame’, a monument to the victims of Tiananmen Square, Becomes Even More Powerful With Its Removal

For more than 20 years the "Pillar of Shame" sculpture stood as a memorial to the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, in which the Chinese military crushed protests led by college students in Beijing with deadly force. Atop a podium in the University of Hong Kong's (HKU) campus, the 26-foot-tall (8 meters) statue of contorted human torsos...

France’s National Heritage and Architecture Commission has approved proposed plans for Notre-Dame Cathedral’s restoration

French authorities have approved a proposal to redecorate the interior of Notre Dame Cathedral despite objections from a hundred cultural figures and criticism that the changes are "Disneyify" the historic landmark. The French National Heritage and Architecture Commission approved this proposal. The proposals, submitted by the Parisian diocese in charge of the cathedral, include...

McDonald’s Loses Appeal to build a restaurant in Baths of Caracalla, Rome

McDonald’s has locations in every corner of the world, from San Bernardino, California, where it was founded, to Astana, Kazakstan. One place it won’t have an eatery is the Baths of Caracalla, an ancient site in Rome where the fast food chain was trying to open a drive-through. Italy’s Council of State has officially nixed...

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