A new bipartisan bill aims to sharpen the United States’ response to looting in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and other countries impacted by war, political instability, or natural disaster, The Art Newspaper reported. New York Democratic...Show More Summary
We are at least a decade into panicked conversations about whether the U.S. newspaper industry can save itself — or evolve its way through our transformation to a digital culture. For a while, apathy, denial, and the inaction that comes with both were the worst reactions to this wakeup call. But over the past few...
He worked at the newspaper from 1965-91; "criticism must aspire to be art," he once said read more
A report in the newspaper Hurriyet has revealed that museum staff participated in a $250 million art heist of 302 works in their own institution between 2005 and 2009. The organized crime scheme replaced paintings with fake replicas, selling the original ones to businessmen. Show More Summary
A new report in the newspaper Hurriyet has revealed that museum staff participated in a $250 million art heist of 302 works in their own institution between 2005 and 2009.
Sheikh Saud bin Mohammed Al-Thani of Qatar has died at his home in London apparently of natural causes announced the Art Newspaper (Georgina Adam and Cristina Ruiz, 'One of the world’s top collectors Sheikh Al-Thani dies suddenly, aged 48' Art Newspaper 10 November 2014). Show More Summary
There are blogs devoted to all subjects, but one I’ve been reading for a long, long time is Josh Fruhlinger’s blog The Comics Curmudgeon, devoted entirely to the art of those lovely syndicated panels that reward newspaper buyers on days when the front page is less than beautiful. Occasionally he wanders into topics that might […]
"In the Golden Age we were all friends..." The Art Newspaper (Garry Shaw, 'St Louis society attempts second sale of antiquities', Art Newspaper online only 06 November 2014) has a text on the sale by the St Louis branch of the AIA of...Show More Summary
The most astonishing thing about AOL breaking news and original content managing editor Ryan Gorman‘s scoop (with a Twitter assist from Ryan Chittum) isn’t so much that Amanda Knox is covering the arts for a hometown weekly newspaper. Show More Summary
Continuing our series on newspaper cartoonist Feg Murray, here’s an updated repost featuring a fabulous piece of original art! Here’s a stunning portrait of The Monster and his Bride by celebrity cartoonist and broadcaster Feg Murray, created for his Seein’ Stars feature syndicated to newspapers in 1936. Show More Summary
The formula for Feg Murray’s Seein’ Stars was typical of newspaper cartoon features: Large drawings accompanied by a short caption, usually some trivial or curious factoid. Here, in two examples from 1938 recycled as comic book filler,...Show More Summary
The Italian newspaper La Repubblica reported one of the great recent discoveries in the art world last week. It claimed that 90-year-old Mina Gregori, one of the doyennes of Italian art history, had found the famously lost masterpiece of the Magdalene in Ecstasy in a European private collection outside Italy. Show More Summary
This is a newspaper article to promote a photography workshop I’ll be giving on November 15, 2014. The Art of Mindful Seeing by Jennifer Schlick It can take as long as twenty minutes to give myself full permission to forget the worries of the world and be mindful as I walk. To be fully present […]
Roaring lions and knights that fear neither death nor the devil are on parade in Munich on 21 November just as a group of children playing blindman's buff and an elderly gentleman waiting for the paper. For the grand finale of Ketterer Kunst's 60th anniversary the auction of Old Masters & Art of the 19th century presents a manifold range of offers. Show More Summary
The debut issue of Artefact, the new newspaper for the University of the Arts London, features well-honed student journalism, imagery by a range of established artists and photographers and an influential name in the art director's chair: Scott King. I talked to him and the London College of Communication's Simon Hinde about the launch of the new project...
We’ve all heard of the golden ratio. Most likely, it’s filed away with all the rest of your memories from your college art class or you read about in passing when perusing an article in the newspaper a couple of weeks ago. But, did you know that the golden ratio also plays a role in […] The post Why You Should Use The Golden Ratio In Your Decor appeared first on Freshome.com.
A politically engaged Ukrainian curator was attacked and beaten in an incident in Kiev late last month, The Art Newspaper reported.
The Art Newspaper has been acquired by a Russian art collector and entrepreneur, according to a release from the publication this morning.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will be adding a second location in New York, the Art Newspaper reported. A job listing on the Guggenheim's website containing all the information mentioned in the report seems to be the source.
Even in our digital age of constant information, the rhythmic cycle of the daily newspaper is still a central form of organizing the world around us. The paper?s front page records in the present tense what will eventually become history. Show More Summary