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The course of this global pandemic has left many feeling shattered and searching for distraction. Derived from two small Japanese words meaning golden and joining, kintsugi is fundamentally about ‘beautifully mending a broken thing.’
Mid-April, Italian authorities announced the rediscovery of a first-century Roman statue, missing for nearly a decade. Two off-duty art policemen spotted the artwork while perusing a Belgian antique shop in the Sablon neighborhood.
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce the expansion of its presence in Seoul, South Korea with a new expanded space occupying two floors of Le Beige Building in the Hannam-dong neighborhood.
The exhibition title, Soaring, is an homage to the late Dr. David Driskell’s essay, Soaring with a Painterly Voice, written on the occasion of Burwell’s 1997 survey exhibition at Hampton University Museum, Virginia.
Last year, a man bought a Chinese bowl for $35 at a yard sale in Connecticut. In March 2021, the very same bowl went for auction at Sotheby’s and was sold for $721,800.
Experimental Relationship is the central focus of the first museum solo exhibition of Pixy’s works at Fotografiska in New York, Your Gaze Belongs to Me.
Saatchi Gallery is pleased to present JR: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognized French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years.
While the world is confined by the coronavirus, Mono Petra has decided to leave the locked-down planet Earth and exhibit his works on the Moon.
Art & Object recently caught up with the in-demand artist to discuss her initial interest in art, opportunities that have come her way and how they have impacted her work, and her new paintings in "Loose Screw," her LA solo show premiere at Blum & Poe.
The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art (mowna), a newly opened one-of-a-kind online museum born out of the pandemic and specifically designed for the digital age, will launch their first online Biennial show