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KAWS Prevails in Counterfeit Suit
Renowned artist Brian Donnelly, professionally known as KAWS, recently won a lawsuit amounting to $900,000 in damages against counterfeit products featuring his artworks. According to The Art Newsp...
Donatella Fioretti Elected Rector of Düsseldorf Art Academy
Pledges to Keep Workshops Open and Highlight Annual Tour
Donatella Fioretti has been elected as the new rector of the Düsseldorf Art Academy after a repeat election. The first round of voting was declared invalid due to procedural errors, but Fioretti em...
Gerhard Richter Proves He's Far From Retired
91-Year-Old Artist's First Solo Show with David Zwirner
At 91 years old, renowned artist Gerhard Richter is proving that he is far from artistically retired. His first solo show with his new gallerist, David Zwirner, features 14 abstract paintings from ...
From Creator to Creator
How Digitalization is Bringing More Justice to the Art World
Looking back on our history, we can see that change sometimes comes about gradually but sometimes with a considerable jolt. Often this jolt, for example, in a market like the art market, occurs so ...
Colonialism and Resistance
Cy Gavin's Exploration of Power Structures
Gagosian Gallery has recently announced the global representation of the artist Cy Gavin. The announcement came after Gavin's solo exhibition debut at the gallery in New York in February 2023. As p...
Carsten Höller's Artistic Journey
The Gagosian Gallery is thrilled to present "Clocks," a groundbreaking exhibition featuring the renowned artist Carsten Höller. This show will unveil a series of new and previously un...
Anselm Kiefer Honored with High Distinction
Another award? Anselm Kiefer can genuinely not be said to lack recognition, both in his native Germany and in his adopted country of France. The 77-year-old German painter and sculptor was recently...
A new home
The Gilbert & George Centre finally opens its doors
April 1 is the day it's supposed to happen. The Gilbert & George Centre will open in the Spitalfields district. There, in East London, the artist duo has now realized what had long been planned...
Artwork only for a short time
Banksy aims at Valentine's Day
Banksys has been active again. This time on Valentine's Day. And it's no coincidence. His latest work, "Valentine's Day Mascara" in Margate, UK, has again caused a stir. What's on display? A 1950s-...
Square, Rhombus, Triangle, Circle and Bar Shape
How Victor Vasarely Brought Geometry to Life
Shrill colors and quirky patterns characterized the living culture of the 1970s. With the special exhibition "Op, Pop, Top! Wallpapers of the 70s", the Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel is currently ...
Is it Art? Is it Commerce?
How Takashi Murakami Gives Depth to the Surface
One question can never be answered with Takashi Murakami: Is what he produces art or does it only serve commerce? Or is it precisely this ambiguity that constitutes the essence of his art? Th...
From Beirut to London to the US
Do you know who Juman Malouf is? If not, then you're in for a treat. She's an artist who has a unique perspective on the world. In this little article, we'll take a short look at her and what makes...
Like the Wild West
Dangerous NFT market
The fact that the lack of transparency in the art market is a problem has been known for a long time. However, the current NFT boom has exacerbated the problems. This becomes clear in an interview ...
At Rockefeller Center
BMW by Jeff Koons to be Auctioned
The auction house Christie's will auction today at Rockefeller Center in New York a BMW designed by artist Jeff Koons, it is the last of a limited series of 99 copies. The money will benefit an Ame...
Earth is Not Enough
Jeff Koons Plans a Moon Project
One is not entirely wrong if one places Jeff Koons in the vicinity of those artists whose work is primarily concerned with criticism of modern consumption. For this reason alone, the current projec...
Who May Call Himself a Creator?
The Supreme Court Decides a Critical Question
Jeff Koons and Richard Prince have already had their experiences with this. As soon as artists use the works of other artists as raw material, the question arises as to whether this is still "fair ...
Neo Rauch and the Post-Socialist Surrealism
Neo Rauch has broken new ground with his work as an artist. Born and still living in Leipzig, he developed a new form of surrealism from the socialist realism of his homeland. With this, he caused ...
Gerhard Richter Permanently in Berlin
Nationalgalerie Shows 100 Works
Painter and sculptor Gerhard Richter calls an agreement that will allow the Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz to permanently show around 100 of the artist's works in Berlin - and send them on their...
Excitement in Saint-Pilon
Destruction of the naked Mary Magdalene
Vandals have destroyed a statue of Mary Magdalene in the chapel of Saint-Pilon in Var, southeastern France. The sculpture, created by an unknown artist, shows the saint naked, carried by two angels...
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