July 2020 Blog Posts

With galleries slowly reopening across the Americas, especially in cities where the curve has been flattened, we took a look at the solo shows on view and found a number of exhibitions dealing with concepts of art-making in fresh and exciting ways.
The mysteries of the life and inner-working of Vincent van Gogh have captivated art lovers for over a century. This month, a researcher with a keen eye made a discovery that gives us further insight into his last days and final masterpiece.
Unseen since 1949 and set to appear at auction for the first time, this beautiful work is a quintessential example of Henri Matisse’s sensuous odalisques.
So much of what we know about art comes from art historians, but how much do we know about the art historians themselves?
A stunning, intimate portrait by Baroque master Peter Paul Rubens is set to make waves at auction this week.
Grandiose. Monumental. Chas and Dave? Find out what people had to say about Holbein's 'The Ambassadors'.
With a half a century of experience behind the camera, Walter Iooss has photographed the biggest sports stars in the largest arenas under the brightest lights. "There is a certain way to speak to an athlete", - admits Walter as he describes how he captured his iconic images of Micheal Jordan, Joe Montana, Kobe Bryant and Muhammad Ali.
Conservators at the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) have discovered a treasure hidden in one of their most famous Picasso works.
The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) released the findings of a new survey this week that has grim implications for America’s museums.
Following in the footsteps of such pioneering art dealers as Phyllis Kind (1933-2018) and Sidney Janis (1896-1989), more and more contemporary galleries are now exhibiting Outsider Art.