The Monochrome. A History of Simplicity in Painting
Exploring the monochrome: Simple yet complex, paintings made with only one colour or hue have been a staple of the avant-garde for more than 100 years...
Artland Magazine – a day ago
Pamela J. Joyner’s ‘Mission-Driven Collection’ of African-American Art Looks to Reframe History
Pamela Joyner has some advice for collectors who are just starting out: “Figure out where the vacuum is, where the void is, where the need is. So whatever the void is, find the need and fill the gap.”
Art News – 3 days ago
Damien Hirst medicine cabinet bought for £600 goes on sale for over £1m
In 1989, when Robert Tibbles bought Damien Hirst’s Bodies, one of the first medicine cabinets the artist created for his degree show at Goldsmiths College that year, little did the bond trader and art collector know that his £600 purchase would become a milestone in the history of contemporary British art.