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Correspondances, an exhibition based around the art of Gérard Garouste and philosophical conversations with Marc-Alain Ouaknin will open on March 25 until May 22 at Templon’s Grenier-Saint-Lazare space.
The Benin Bronzes of Nigeria, their provenance, and the possibility of restitution have been making headlines of late. Currently scattered across the world, this collection of a thousand plus statues and plaques was stolen in 1897 from the African Kingdom of Benin, modern-day Nigeria, by British troops.
On March 23, Basquiat’s seminal work, Warrior, sold at Christie’s in a live-streamed sale for $41.9 million (HKD 323,600,000) just above its high estimate of $31 million - $41 million (HKD 320,000,000) becoming the most expensive artwork ever sold in a sale in Asia and is the fourth-highest price achieved by Basquiat at auction.
The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art (mowna), a newly opened online museum specifically designed for the digital age, announces the Avant Premiere special event as part of mowna's Opening Show, which will feature the world debut screening of MUD WATER, a coming-of-age dance film starring Xavier Days, written and directed by My-Linh Le, and “Freedom” a cutting-edge music video directed by Lisa Bonet featuring Dorothy and Angel Haze and an extremely talented, award-winning ensemble of talent, in front of and behind the camera.
MFA Boston's multipart community mural project is co-led by artists-in-residence Rob “Problak” Gibbs and Rob Stull—a key initiative of the MFA’s 150th anniversary that draws inspiration from Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation, which was originally set to run in April, 2020. 
As the old saying goes, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and in Ashley Bickerton case it’s completely true.
Ross Rossin goes beyond his trademark super-realism to crack the surface of his subjects and bring out what lives within and around them in Captivated – Rossin’s SouthWest & Beyond, May 15 through September 26, 2021 at the Booth Western Art Museum.
In a zoom presser on March 18, Sherald sat down with Franklin Sirmans, Director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, to talk about her work. “The great American fact is a statement that we've been here all along,” she says of the show’s title, borrowed from the writings of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown.

Last year offered innumerable compelling subjects to photographers around the world. The 2021 Sony World Photography Awards honor the best single images from 2020. Images are judged within one of the following ten categories: architecture, creative, landscape, lifestyle, motion, natural world & wildlife, object, portraiture, street photography, and travel.

CJ. One Gallery is pleased to present All in Your Head, a solo exhibition of Tommaso Fattovich. An abstract painter, Fattovich deploys the surrealist strategy of automatism to create raw, layered, emotive works that convey feelings of desolation and decay.