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You Should Know Linder, the Art World’s Original Punk Provocateur

Artnet News

The radical feminist artist will be the subject of a major retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in London in early 2025. The post You Should Know Linder, the Art World’s Original Punk Provocateur appeared first on Artnet News.

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‘It's stuck with me all my life’: David Hockney on Piero della Francesca’s Baptism of Christ

The Art Newspaper

Ahead of an exhibition at the National Gallery in London that will pair two of his works with the Renaissance masterpiece, Hockney talks about what makes the work so special

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Jim Carrey Sends His Collection of Art and Modern Design to Auction

Artnet News

The sale at Bonhams L.A. spans artworks, design objects, and photography. The post Jim Carrey Sends His Collection of Art and Modern Design to Auction appeared first on Artnet News.

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French culture sector expresses relief after parliamentary elections—but what's next?

The Art Newspaper

After a successful campaign to help block the far-right National Rally from winning a majority, arts bodies, much like the rest of the country, face an uncertain future

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The Story Behind a Rare 19th-Century Portrait of a Person of Color Emerges

Artnet News

The painting is a promised gift to the Baltimore Museum of Art. The post The Story Behind a Rare 19th-Century Portrait of a Person of Color Emerges appeared first on Artnet News.

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The 5 most valuable sought after sterling silver flatware patterns

Sarasota Antique Buyers

Sterling silver dinnerware has a rich and illustrious history, and sterling silver flatware is essential to any antique sterling silver set. In addition to their functional use at the dinner table, sterling silver flatware pieces are highly prized collectibles that can hold significant value. Often, families pass down sterling silver flatware sets from generation to generation.

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A Marble God Is Found in an Ancient Roman Sewer

Artnet News

The shock discovery sheds new light on the preservation of Pagan culture under Christian rule. The post A Marble God Is Found in an Ancient Roman Sewer appeared first on Artnet News.

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Armenian Artist Blasts Hong Kong Exhibition of Her Inflatable Art

Artnet News

The exhibit features replicas of world-famous monuments like Stonehenge and the Pyramids. The post Armenian Artist Blasts Hong Kong Exhibition of Her Inflatable Art appeared first on Artnet News.

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Artists shine a light on historic Black communities in Texas

The Art Newspaper

Art projects in Dallas and Houston are looking to preserve what is left of neglected ‘freedmen’s towns’ created by formerly enslaved African Americans

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Art Bites: What’s Up With This Museum’s Cabinet of Noses?

Artnet News

An eccentric museum display inspired an equally quirky new artwork. The post Art Bites: What’s Up With This Museum’s Cabinet of Noses? appeared first on Artnet News.

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Under a new director, Art Basel Miami Beach rolls out smaller stands to attract emerging galleries

The Art Newspaper

The Florida fair's 2024 edition, its first led by Bridget Finn, will feature 283 galleries and an increased Latin American presence

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6 Must-See Summer Shows on New York’s Gallery-Rich Upper East Side

Artnet News

From a sweeping group show of contemporary self-portraits to a New York solo debut, here is the best of an exhibition hot spot this month. The post 6 Must-See Summer Shows on New York’s Gallery-Rich Upper East Side appeared first on Artnet News.

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France’s leading arts PR firm Claudine Colin Communication acquired by Finn Partners

The Art Newspaper

Founder Claudine Colin says she made the decision to secure the future of the communications company and to promote its development

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Swiss Artist Ugo Rondinone Returns to His Roots in a Career Retrospective at Museum Luzern

Artnet News

"Cry Me a River" invites visitors to be immersed in the artist's creative world. The post Swiss Artist Ugo Rondinone Returns to His Roots in a Career Retrospective at Museum Luzern appeared first on Artnet News.

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Anselm Kiefer to meet Vincent van Gogh in Royal Academy exhibition

The Art Newspaper

Plus, Kerry James Marshall blockbuster to take over the main RA galleries next autumn

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Miami Basel 2024 Will Feature 32 First-Time Exhibitors: Who’s In, Who’s Out

Artnet News

More than 280 galleries are set to appear at the Miami Beach Convention Center in December. The post Miami Basel 2024 Will Feature 32 First-Time Exhibitors: Who’s In, Who’s Out appeared first on Artnet News.

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Highly desirable firearms top the 630-lot offering at Montrose July 20

Auction Central News

MONTROSE, GA — A fine and collectible array of firearms comes to market July 20 at Montrose Auction. The offering includes military arms, sporting arms, and classic American, Israeli and European weapons. The complete catalog is now open for bidding at LiveAuctioneers. Topping the list is a fine, pre-ban IMI Uzi A-series carbine chambered in 9mm. The […] The post Highly desirable firearms top the 630-lot offering at Montrose July 20 appeared first on Auction Central News.

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Frieze Taps New Director for Armory Show

Artnet News

Kyla McMillan, a veteran of Gavin Brown's Enterprise and David Zwirner, will lead the New York fair. The post Frieze Taps New Director for Armory Show appeared first on Artnet News.

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The art lover’s summer reading list: from insider encounters with Damien Hirst to the changing face of Nigerian art

The Art Newspaper

Make room in your suitcase for novelist Chibundu Onuzo’s must-read titles of the season

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Night at the Museum—Literally: Carsten Höller Invites You to a Sleepover

Artnet News

In collaboration with a sleep researcher, Höller promises dreams of flying. The post Night at the Museum—Literally: Carsten Höller Invites You to a Sleepover appeared first on Artnet News.

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Rare and desirable supercar dealership signage comes to Donley July 19

Auction Central News

UNION, IL — Donley Auctions has announced its Friday, July 19 Ferrari Signs, Sports Cars, & Memorabilia sale, featuring items from the former Lake Forest (Illinois) Motorsports independent dealership. The complete 138-lot catalog is now open for review and bidding at LiveAuctioneers. As with any dissolved motorsports company, the sale includes a wide variety of […] The post Rare and desirable supercar dealership signage comes to Donley July 19 appeared first on Auction Central News.

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Weekday Online Sales and Live Gala Previews

Maine Antique Digest

Leland Little Auctions, Hillsborough, North Carolina Photos courtesy Leland Little Auctions For auctioneer Leland Little, the days of large in-house audiences at weekend sales are over. His auctions now are smaller, weekday online affairs. Large gatherings in his gallery are for community events, lectures, and previews of upcoming sales.

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Haley antique toy collection crossed the Atlantic to earn $2.5M at Bertoia

Auction Central News

VINELAND, NJ — The John and Adrienne Haley collection of antique toys and banks soared far above its estimates to command $2.5 million at Bertoia Auctions May 18. Complete results are available at LiveAuctioneers. The 340-lot sale confirmed what the hobby had always suspected: the Yorkshire, UK-based Haleys adhered to the same standards when purchasing […] The post Haley antique toy collection crossed the Atlantic to earn $2.5M at Bertoia appeared first on Auction Central News.

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New York Gallerist Rain Lu on ‘How to Survive Smartly’ as a Small Art Business

Artnet News

'Asia's voice in the West may still be small,' she says, but immigration is changing that. The post New York Gallerist Rain Lu on ‘How to Survive Smartly’ as a Small Art Business appeared first on Artnet News.

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The Mile High Collection of Moser art glass comes to market July 13 at Soulis

Auction Central News

LONE JACK, MO —Assembled over a period of 40 years, the Mile High Collection from the Denver area heads to market at Soulis Auctions on July 13 with more than 180 lots, described by the house as “one of the largest and most significant collections of Ludwig Moser Art Glass ever offered at auction.” The […] The post The Mile High Collection of Moser art glass comes to market July 13 at Soulis appeared first on Auction Central News.

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Miami Basel 2024 Will Feature 32 First-Time Exhibitors: Who’s In, Who’s Out

Artnet News

More than 280 galleries are set to appear at the Miami Beach Convention Center in December. The post Miami Basel 2024 Will Feature 32 First-Time Exhibitors: Who’s In, Who’s Out appeared first on Artnet News.

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Two Days at the Liberty Antiques Festival

Maine Antique Digest

Liberty Antiques Festival, Staley, North Carolina Photos by Pete and Donna Prunkl M.A.D. has covered the April or September opening at the Liberty Antiques Festival for the past 19 years. This year’s spring opener was Friday, April 26, or “Retirees’ Day,” in the words of one dealer.

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A storied public art collection in California makes space for emerging artists

The Art Newspaper

The Stuart Collection at the University of California San Diego is launching an emerging artist programme with a trio of new commissions

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Nominate a colleague or team for a MAAM Award

The Mid-Atlantic Museum Association

Nominate someone today and help us shine a spotlight on the remarkable achievements of individuals and institutions in the Mid-Atlantic museum community. Together, let’s celebrate excellence and inspire future generations of museum professionals. Katherine Coffey Award : Recognize an individual in the Mid-Atlantic region for distinguished achievement in the museum field.

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Kyla McMillan is The Armory Show’s new director

The Art Newspaper

McMillan joins as the New York City fair, which was acquired by Frieze last summer, prepares for its 30th anniversary edition in September

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Television Toys from the Mid-Century Era

WorthPoint

Today, television shows and movies always have merchandise tie-ins. Sometimes, it’s a toy line or clothing, and other times, it might be collectible cards or figurines. During the American mid-century, however, toy advertisements on television were just beginning, and some of the more popular shows were the genesis of toys and games that are collectible now.

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Wealth Enhancement Group Buys $123M Hybrid RIA In Massachusetts

Private Wealth

Wealth Enhancement Group has expanded its footprint in Massachusetts with the acquisition of Peak Financial Services, Inc., a hybrid registered investment advisor that oversees more than $123 million in client assets, according to a news release.

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This Week in Thrifting: Are Bells Worth Flipping?

WorthPoint

What are souvenir bells worth? If you’re an avid thrifter, you start to see the same types of items at almost any store you visit: basic T-shirts, old computer keyboards, mountains of plates, and shelf after shelf of glassware. In this episode of This Week in Thrifting, I decided to finally pursue one of the stranger items I see repeatedly when I’m thrifting: bells.

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July's Birthstone: Did You Know the Historic 'Timur Ruby' Is Not a Ruby at All?

Jewelry Judge

In honor of July’s official birthstone, we present the bizarre story of the “Timur Ruby,” one of the world’s largest and most historic “rubies.” We use the word "rubies" in quotes, because the massive unfaceted 352.5-carat gem, which resides among the British Crown Jewels, was exposed in 1851 as a red spinel.

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GReminders-Osaic Partnership Aims to Boost Advisor Efficiency

Private Wealth

Fintech GReminders said its technology will "significantly increase office efficiency.

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Kirkland Museum and Denver Art Museum Merge

Maine Antique Digest

On May 9 the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art and the Denver Art Museum (DAM) announced a merger.

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