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Top Picks from Artland’s Emerging and Contemporary Art Auction
Discover stunning works by established and emerging artists currently at auction. Bid now and secure your favorite piece!
Artland Magazine
The Year Ahead: The Art World in 2023
Discover the major art fairs, trends, and blockbuster exhibitions that are set to dominate the art world in 2023.
Artland Magazine
Lost (and Found) Artist Series: Lynne Drexler
Lynne Drexler left the vibrant New York art scene in the '80s for the peaceful Monhegan Island. Her paintings are now being sold for millions.
Artland Magazine
AI-Generated Art Controversy: The Future of Creativity or a Replacement for Human Talent?
AI created a frenzied interest in its unparalleled capabilities. But what does it mean for art and human creativity?
Artland Magazine
The Other E. E. Cummings: The Poet’s Modernist Paintings
Read about E. E. Cummings, the famous 20th-century experimental poet who was equally drawn to visual art.
Artland Magazine
Issue 96
The Artlander
Warhol Foundation to Give $4 M. to 48 Organizations in Fall 2022 Grants
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts will dole out over $4 million to 48 nonprofit arts organizations as part of its Fall 2022 grant cycle.
Art News
Kusama and Louis Vuitton: Who is signing on the (polka) dotted line for artist's mega-brand deals?
Yayoi's signature style is currently adorning 400 objects in a collaboration with the French luxury fashion house—but it is not clear how involved she is.
The Art Newspaper
The Best Booths at the Inaugural Edition of Singapore’s ART SG, From Bold Paintings to Cheeky References to Consumerism
After several delays, the first edition of ART SG, the world’s newest art fair, has finally arrived.
Art News
NFT Platform SuperRare Lays of 30 Percent of Staff, Claiming That It ‘Over-Hired’
SuperRare, a leading NFT marketplace, has cut its staff by 30 percent, citing efforts to right its business strategy as the NFT bubble appears to burst.
Art News
ART SG, Explained: Why Asia’s Most-Anticipated Fair Took Years to Launch, and How It Will Compare to Its Regional Rivals
Marina Bay Sands will be the venue for the inaugural edition ART SG, opening this week in Singapore.
Art News
Art Basel parent company MCH Group cancels Masterpiece fair in London
"Escalating costs and a decline in the number of international exhibitors" were cited as factors in decision
The Art Newspaper
Banksy Ukrainian print project blighted by 'hostile attacks from Russia'
When Banksy announced he was offering a set of editioned screenprints to help “our friends in Ukraine”, there was an inevitable mad dash to register for the sought after work showing a bemused mouse falling down the side of a box.
The Art Newspaper
The 10 Best Art Books We Read in 2022
Explore a roundup of our favorite art publications this year.
Artland Magazine
Issue 95
The Artlander
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The Artlander
Issue 93
The Artlander
Finnish Fetish? A New L.A. Exhibition of 20th-Century Design Explores How Scandinavian Objects Won Over America
Scandi-core and "hygge" are modern legacies of the midcentury design exchange.
Collector Bernard Arnault Surpasses Elon Musk to Become Richest Person in the World
Bernard Arnault, one of the world’s top collectors and the CEO of the luxury goods conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, is officially the richest person in the world, Forbes reported this week.
Art News
India’s Top Biennial Delays Its Opening at the Last Minute, Citing ‘Organizational Challenges’
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India’s top art biennial, has postponed the opening date of most of its offerings less than a day before they were expected to open to the public.
Art News
London Police Barge Into Gallery After Provocative Sculpture Is Mistaken for Person in Need of Help
A pair of bemused officers forced their way into a London gallery on Sunday, reportedly under the misconception that a sculpture of slouched-over woman was a real person in need of help.
Art News
Ai Weiwei Handed Out Free Artworks in London’s Hyde Park to Support Global Refugees and Protesters in China
For those who couldn't attend the event in London, the work is also available for sale online for £100, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Refugees International.
Is the Old Masters market in terminal decline?
Last year, European Old Masters represented just 4% of the world’s $26.3bn art auction sales. In our contemporary-obsessed world, we’re just not paying them enough attention
The Art Newspaper
Sculptor Veronica Ryan Wins the Turner Prize, the U.K.’s Most Esteemed Art Award
Having appeared earlier this year in the Whitney Biennial, artist Veronica Ryan has now added another accolade to her portfolio: the biggest art award in the U.K.
Art News
2024 Venice Biennale pavilions: your go-to list
Estonia is the first country to reveal its plans for the exhibition’s 60th edition
Art Review
Read This Before You Jump on the Lensa “Magic Avatar” Trend
Lensa AI’s digital avatars have captivated users, but some say the app is stealing from artists and reflects racial stereotypes.
Online art fairs changed the game for Indigenous art. Here’s how to buy it
This weekend’s Tarnanthi Art Fair is selling works from $40 to $15,000, gathered from more than 50 art centres around Australia. And all you have to do is log on
When a Solo Exhibition Is Created by a Community
Maria Maea’s All in Time continues an intergenerational conversation and exemplifies the artist’s process, not simply the finished pieces.
The Fragile Male Ego Is Explored in a New London Show Confronting Sexual Dysfunction, Hair Loss, and Body Image
British artist Guy J. Oliver's new body of work is currently on view at London's Brooke Benington gallery.
‘I Could Go Full Throttle for Decades’: How Generative Art Sensation Tyler Hobbs Is Defying a Shrinking NFT Market
The digital artist was a breakout talent amid NFT mania and will test his luck next year in the traditional art market with an exhibition at Pace Gallery.
The British Museum Has Been in Secret Talks with Greece Over the Return of the Parthenon Marbles
The 200-year-old dispute over ownership of the Parthenon Marbles may soon end, following a report that secret talks between the British Museum and Greece to return the artworks are in “advanced stages.”
Art News
The Best Of Art Basel Miami Beach 2022
As the famed fair celebrates its 20th anniversary, celebrity collectors—from Leonardo DiCaprio and Pharrell to Venus Williams and Martha Stewart—are in full force again.