.The Turkish government is currently seeking the return of 18 objects from the Ancient Near East Galleries of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art (initially reported by Martin Bailey in the Art Newspaper earlier this month, now discussed...Show More Summary
Molly Crabapple sez, "While cultural institutions, from record labels to newspapers, are crumbling around us, the fine art world has remained relatively unchanged. Medici is The Crowd is an article about how I decided to create large, elaborate, political art without waiting for permission, and to fund it with the speed and populism of the [...]
Two or three times a week, our dining room table turns into a giant art project. We cover the table with paper, crayons, markers, safety scissors, glue, watercolor paints, and other items and our children get down to the important business of creating something. One time, it might be paper snowflakes. The next time, they’ll [...]
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The Art Newspaper reports that Turkey has refused to lend objects to museums in the US and UK until issues over disputed objects are resolved. The British Museum had asked for 35 items for the exhibition “Hajj: Journey to the Heart of Islam” (until 15 April). Show More Summary
The Art Newspaper (Martin Bailey) The International Council of Museums (Icom) published an “emergency red list” of Egyptian cultural objects at risk of being illegally traded earlier this month. It presents categories of objects (rather...Show More Summary
Despite rumors that it is a fading art, architectural criticism continues to play an important role in the field, but what is that role, exactly? New York’s Center for Architecture, AIANY, and The Architect’s Newspaper are determined to find out this evening in a critic-stuffed panel, the first in a four-part series on Architecture and the Media. Show More Summary
Gallerist: The Art Newspaper reports that nonprofit organization Word Above the Street has signed up a bevy of artists for a 12-week project to transform 300 of New York’s water towers into public artworks. Ed Ruscha, Lawrence Weiner, Marilyn Minter, E.V. Show More Summary
.Late last year, Italian authorities raided two homes as part of a two-and-a-half-year investigation into a gang suspected of trade in archaeological artefacts, robbery and fraud, The Art Newspaper reports online today. Seven arrests were made and a further seven suspects are under investigation. Show More Summary
Leave it to the Los Angeles Times to give us yet more ‘Like Duh!’ film coverage. Little wonder why the newspaper is now irrelevant in the Hollywood community. So its study finds that Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences membersShow More Summary
French police have opened an investigation into the sale at auction of 153 vintage photographs that are suspected of being forgeries, according to a report in The Art Newspaper. The sale took place last March at Artcurial Deauville, an auction house in the city of Deauville near Le Havre on the English Channel. The auction [...]
The arts scene today. The theatre reviewer of a newspaper with fast-falling readership blasts an arts writer on a web…
Newspapers are getting smaller and smaller, and the cubicles within them are growing emptier and emptier. At the same time, the buildings that house those empty newspaper cubicles are getting more and more expensive. The San Francisco...Show More Summary
As a citizen that lives in a small town I feel a responsibility to rave upon my local art gallery, The Speakeasy Art Center, 353 Court in Pekin Illinois – across the street from the courthouse! Former newspaper publisher and award winning investigative reporter, Holly Eitenmiller, has taken it upon herself, along with local artist [...]
Thomas Demand's "public art" project includes putting photographs inside hotel rooms. Putting art above hotel beds isn't exactly public art. [The Art Newspaper] Tomorrow night, net art pioneers JODI will premiere a hyper-hybrid performance/dance/mobile app. Show More Summary
Today's shockers: A Republican Who Wants to Cut Arts Funding! GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has penned an Op-Ed for the USA Today newspaper that takes aim at the National Endowment for the Arts.
Last week, when a painting student dropped by my office with a newspaper clipping of one of Damien's Hirst's spot paintings I hit a patch of real despair. In an art world where a figure like Hirst can rise to the top who needs painting classes?
According to The Art Newspaper, a copy of the Mona Lisa has been uncovered at the Prado in Madrid. The Prado curators had always assumed their Mona Lisa was made after Leonardo’s death, but now it appears as though was actually painted by one of his assistants at the same time as the original. Show More Summary
Your Experts Academy job is not truly to write the story, but to produce a convincing situation for the personalized story being of acceptable curiosity in direction of the journalist’s readers. That would imply not just treating it being an opportunity to publicise your job, and clearly not bringing up your business considerably way too [...]