Marlene Hays, who with her late husband Spencer Hays has already given 187 works of art to the Paris museum, is donating another 106 pieces.Her latest gift consists of mostly Post-Impressionist works by artists like Matisse, Bonnard, Modigliani, and Camille Claudel.The artist who will create the monument has not yet been selected, but will receive a budget of 0,000.(Apartheid-Era Artist and Activist David Koloane Has Died – Koloane started communal art institutions at a time when black South Africans were not allowed in art schools or museums, and he became a crucial figure in the movement against apartheid as an administrator, curator, painter, and writer.Pompidou president Serge Lasvignes told “We’re not looking for blockbusters but cross-cutting and accessible exhibitions” heavy on photography, architecture, and design.However, a show on the theme of biomorphism will include works by Picasso, Miró, Calder, and Matisse.The top prize goes to photographer Kathrin Swoboda, who documented the cold morning breath of a singing red-winged blackbird (pictured bottom left).
In a statement, Zuckermann complained about the Met’s “published provenance errors and misplaced documents.” (A New York judge has ruled that the committee overseeing the artist’s catalogue raisonné acted within its right when excluding 13 paintings owned by the dealer James Mayor.
(In order to improve its knowledge of visitor tastes as well as visitors’ experiences of its museum, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta has launched its Heartmatch app.
Visitors can swipe left or right on artworks to help tailor their day at the museum and, hopefully, fall in love with some art at the same 2019 Audubon Photography Awards Winners – The 10th edition of the North American award dedicated to the wonders of bird life has announced its six winners for 2019.
The prefabricated structures are inspired by Luke Skywalker’s childhood home on Tatooine, he explained.
Sharing the same austere aesthetic as his own home, West has devoted the same attention to designing them as he has the details of his Yeezy brand sneakers.
(132 Years Later, Journalist Nellie Bly Gets a Monument – The intrepid 19th-century investigative journalist Nellie Bly will get a monument on Roosevelt Island in the East River—specifically, on the grounds of the insane asylum that she helped to shutter 132 years ago.