October 2020 Blog Posts

Yesterday, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and HUGO BOSS announced that artist Deana Lawson has been awarded the Hugo Boss Prize 2020.
With the fall art season in full swing, we turn our lens to the galleries of Los Angeles.
A valuable Gustav Klimt painting that was missing for twenty-three years is at last set to go on back on view at its home museum.
Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes captures the complex nature of Brazilian culture in her captivating kaleidoscopic painting, ‘Maracorola’. In this video, learn how the artist took inspiration from her home town of Rio de Janeiro, and how she captured the beauty and vibrancy of the city on a large canvas.
The Peabody Essex Museum takes a more personal look at the Salem Witch Trials this fall.
Damein Hirst's In and Out of Love (Butterfly Paintings and Ashtrays) will be shown in its entirety for the first time in many years, alongside works of historic, modern, and more contemporary art from the Yale Center for British Art's collections.
How did obelisks, monuments of the ancient Pharaohs, end up in modern metropolises?
In lieu of its Annual Gala in New York City, Storm King Art Center will host a series of online artist talks and panel discussions featuring Storm King artists, curators, and collaborators as the museum celebrates 60 years of art in nature.
Master artist Zao Wou-Ki was a Chinese-French painter who was one of the very first to make the link between eastern and western art. In this Sotheby’s video, hear how his painting ‘12.12.68’ is inspired by nature.
With social isolation now a way of life, it’s unsurprising that mid-century American realist painter Edward Hopper is having a moment.