Artnet News – 5 Surprising Lessons From a Year of Online Sales
Art Historian Sarah Lewis on Why Black Artists Have Been ‘Over-Exhibited and Under-Theorized’
Lewis has literally changed the curriculum via the Vision & Justice Project.
A Second Missing Jacob Lawrence Painting Turns Up on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, This One Hanging in a Nurse’s Apartment
The Ukrainian nurse walked over to the Met after they failed to respond to her inquiries.
Yayoi Kusama’s Simple Forms Hide Complex Realities—Here Are Three Facts You May Not Know About Her Widely Admired Work
Kusama uses uncomplicated shapes and colors to build bridges between audiences.
Winston Churchill Made a Painting and Gave It to FDR. Then Angelina Jolie Got It. She Just Sold It for $11.6 Million at Christie’s
The top lot of the sale set a new auction record for a work by the wartime prime minister.
Half the Board Overseeing Pompeii Has Resigned in Protest Against the Hiring of a New Director They Say Lacks Experience
Last month, Gabriel Zuchtriegel was hired to lead the famed archeological site for the next four years.
After a Year of Being Forced to Sell Art Online, Gallerists Have Learned 5 Surprising Lessons—and It’s Clear There’s No Going Back
We spoke with more than a dozen gallerists to learn their biggest takeaways, both positive and negative, from online viewing rooms.
Debating the Troubled Legacy of Brazil’s Cannibalist Art Movement + 4 Other Great Art Essays Worth Reading From This February
A round-up of ideas from around the art web.
Art Industry News: Great, Now Mega-Collectors Are Turning Their Superyachts Into Floating Museums + Other Stories
Plus, the UK is expected to offer arts organizations an additional £400 million and the Bayeux Tapestry is getting a makeover.