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Albertz Benda Now Reps Tsibi Geva

Tsibi Geva is now represented by Albertz Benda. The Chelsea gallery announced its first exhibition with the Israeli artist will be in October 2017. It will feature new work alongside pieces from his presentation at the 2015 Venice Biennale, where he represented Israel. Geva’s work ranges from loose, abstract paintings to installations and assemblages pieced together with industrial and everyday materials. For his show...

In New York, Scammers Who Sold Fake Pictures of Fake Damien Hirsts Was Found

In New York court docket in advance these days Vincent Lopreto became charged with selling $400,000 worth of faux Damien Hirst prints over two years. Lopreto, who previously served time in new york nation prison for promoting solid Hirst's, pleaded no longer responsible. different guys, Marco Saverino and Paul Motta, have additionally been charged with the alleged scheme and...

In Antarctica Was Found A Picture Drawn 100 Years Ago

The research group of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, New Zealand, discovered on the southernmost and coldest continent a painting written 118 years ago. The author of the work is the British Edward Wilson. Despite the fact that he was a physicist by profession, Edward was fond of painting. The painting, which was found, was able to survive quite by...

Michelangelo Pistoletto’s “One and One Makes Three” at the Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore

Amidst the artistic cornucopia that is the 57th Venice Art Biennale, where apart from the main venues of the Arsenale and the Giardini, every palazzo, campo and basilica is a potential gallery, resulting in sometimes overwhelmed visitors in need of a little guidance as to which exhibitions not to miss. One such exhibition is “One and One makes Three”...

Artist Subodh Gupta Dishes Up A Feast At Art Basel

Fed up with fondue? All rösti-ed out? Then head over to Unlimited at Art Basel, where Subodh Gupta is dishing up a delectable Indian feast from inside one of his giant sculptures made from old cooking utensils. “I love cooking, and food is my passion,” declares the Delhi-based artist, whose gastronomic performance Cooking the World is taking place four...

John Graham’s Modernist Portraits Will Leave The Walls of Parrish Art Museum

Born in Kiev in 1886, John Graham was, among other things, a cavalryman in the Russian Czar’s army in the First World War, a refugee from the Bolsheviks after 1917, an expert and dealer in African art, and a vital one-person link between working artists in Paris and New York in the interwar years. He wrote the legendary, influential,...

Art Basel Festivities Begin With Liste, the Town’s Young Fair

Upon arriving in Basel after a weekend of gallery-going in Zurich, I saw an image on the Messeplatz that reminded me of the vibe at Liste, the satellite fair here that focuses on smaller galleries showing mostly up-and-coming artists. The vision on the Messeplatz wasn’t a work, really: on the side of a truck full of Feldschlösschen, a Rhineland beer, it was an image...

The Symbols Hidden On The Frescos Of The Sistine Chapel Are Deciphered

Many call the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel the top of the fine art of the Renaissance. At 1000 square meters, Michelangelo managed to depict more than 300 human figures. Despite the fact that the artist chose the biblical subjects himself, he was forced to adhere to certain canons, because the Catholic Church suppressed any manifestations of free-thinking. Nevertheless,...

Google Plans To Launch An International Platform About Art And Fashion Industry

Digital large Google has partnered with 180 institutions, schools and information around the world for a brand new online assignment focusing on the records of favor. We put on lifestyle, which released on the Google Arts & Culture website and cellular apps look at “how fashion is stitched into the cloth of our societies”, in line with a press...

A Branching River Etched into the Ground by Krisztián Balogh

World Tree is a 2012 land art installation by Hungarian artist Krisztián Balogh. Dug into the ground like a network of roots or tree branches, the piece measures nearly 32 feet (10m) across and has the uncanny perfection of a digital rendering, though it’s most certainly a physical artwork.

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