The Art Newspaper reports on an Amsterdam exhibition about Vincent van Gogh’s medical problems: The exhibition also reveals new evidence discovered by the writer Bernadette Murphy, as revealed in her book Van Gogh’s Ear: The True Story (Chatto & Windus). Show More Summary
The Art Newspaper has revealed the answer to a nagging, sensational art historical/corporeal/aural unknown — the recipient of Vincent Van Gogh’s self-severed ear. The publication named the lucky gal for the first time ever: a certain Gabrielle Berlatier. Show More Summary
Well over a century after Vincent Van Gogh cut off his ear, the name of the lucky lady who received it has been revealed. Art Newspaper discovered that the recipient was Gabriel Berlate, a farmer’s daughter working in a whorehouse.
Arthur Radebaugh drew a newspaper comic called Closer Than We Think in the late 1950s and early ‘60s. While his art was firmly planted in that era, the ideas were supposed to be of the future. Some of his fantastical predictions have...Show More Summary
The subtitle basically says it all: Catherine Hickley, 'What Germany’s tough new law could mean for the antiquities market', The Art Newspaper 27 June 2016 "Warning that the world’s most stringent trade rules could see dealers moving abroad". Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will continue to have access to the European Union's single market, Boris Johnson, leader of the successful Brexit campaign and favorite to become the country's next prime minister, said in a newspaper article published on Sunday.
“The three museum’s plans, all announced within four weeks of each other, illustrate a growing problem in cultural fundraising today. While there seems to be ample money to finance expansions—a recent survey by The Art Newspaper found that US museums spent $5bn on building projects between 2007 and 2014—there is less money available to pay […]
The newspaper is cutting pages from its arts section, and freelance critics will no longer write art, music, theater and dance reviews for the paper.
Dr Donna Yates is clearly considered very newsworthy north of the Border, yet another article has appeared in the national newspaper which is clearly following her work with fascination (Martin Hannan, 'Dr Donna Yates makes her research...Show More Summary
The Daily Telegraph was the first broadsheet newspaper to abolish its arts editor, her deputy and the dedicated arts desk a couple of years ago. After the clearout, arts stories in the paper were handled sensitively and by Andrew Pettie, who held the title Head of Arts and Entertainment. Today (we hear) Andrew is among […]
The Art Newspaper reported last week after examining EU documents, that Italy has been stripped of €151m in culture funding next year because regions have failed to spend funds allocated. This includes the loss of funding for Aidone,...Show More Summary
by Jen Graves Nobody knew that The New Foundation would suddenly close its doors, but Martha Rosler's installation was full of indicators, like this newspaper clipping from the 1980s, that art and wealth have historically been happiest together when they are separated from social issues. Show More Summary
Cattelan’s Hitler statue breaks record at Christie's 'curated' auction in New York yesterday https://t.co/erQkL7Fiim pic.twitter.com/s2KNyKpCMB — The Art Newspaper (@TheArtNewspaper) May 9, 2016 This past Sunday, a sculpture by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan hit Christie's auction block. Show More Summary
“Only 27% of the 590 major solo shows organised by nearly 70 institutions between 2007 and 2013 were devoted to women, The Art Newspaper’s annual attendance survey reveals.”
Catherine Hickley, 'Storm clouds gather over German art market' Art Newspaper 14 April 2016 One sector of the art market that may leave the country for ever because of the law is the antiquities business. The bill requires an exportShow More Summary
Jason Felch and Bastien Varoutsikos write ('The lessons of Palmyra: Islamic state and iconoclasm in the era of clickbait', Art Newspaper 7th April) that anyone with a social media profile should consider the images of destruction they share: the Islamic State’s destruction of historical monuments was motivated less by twisted ideology than a far simpler craving for attention.[...]Show More Summary
Henri Neuendorf tells the international art market "Why You Should Worry About Germany's Radical New Cultural Protection Laws" (Art Newspaper, April 6th 2016). He is concerned about the draft amendments to the KulturgutschutzrechtsThe...Show More Summary
Topic: Museums Museums in the US are growing rapidly—and so is the money at stake. They spent nearly $5 billion between 2007 and 2014, according to the Art Newspaper. The publication’s study of 75 museums across 38 countries found that,...Show More Summary
A Pennsylvania Republican proposed drastic budget cuts described by a newspaper columnist as “a medieval crusade against the arts, culture and learning.” State Rep. Brad Roae, who represents Crawford County, proposed a flat funding formula for public schools and ending some educational...
Waiting to be taken away The trophy use of archaeological material as interior decoration is illustrated by this Art Newspaper photo in the article 'Sekhemka to leave the UK as export license deadline passes'. Just one slimy step down from the peak of dubious taste from ADCAEA's Mr Swope making dugups into wearable jewellery. Stop them, stop the interior decorators.