World Art News


May 24, 2022

Influential Artworks Find Wearable Reinterpretations in Handmade Garments by Ariel Adkins

 ArtDesign #art history#fashion#museums#painting Influential Artworks Find Wearable Reinterpretations in Handmade Garments by Ariel Adkins May 25, 2022 Kate Mothes Ariel Adkins in a skirt inspired […]
May 24, 2022

Influential Artworks Find Wearable Interpretations in Handmade Garments by Ariel Adkins

 ArtDesign #art history#fashion#museums#painting Influential Artworks Find Wearable Reinterpretations in Handmade Garments by Ariel Adkins May 25, 2022 Kate Mothes Ariel Adkins in a skirt inspired […]
May 24, 2022

Sale of William Barak works breaches ‘Aboriginal cultural lore’, says Australian Wurundjeri elder

The Melbourne-based Wurundjeri Corporation hopes to crowdfund $175,000 to secure the return of two never-before-seen works by William Barak destined for auction at Sotheby’s New York […]
May 23, 2022

Chinese Canadian Museum aims to rewrite Canada’s racist history

May 23, 2022

Chinese Museum in Vancouver aims to rewrite Canada’s racist history

May 23, 2022

Twice-postponed Marina Abramovic show will finally come to London in 2023

A much-anticipated exhibition of the Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic has been confirmed at the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) in London. The show, which was […]
May 23, 2022

Away with the fairies: works by Maggi Hambling and Raqib Shaw make waves at Glyndebourne

Opera goers, including the artist Maggi Hambling in her first public appearance since a major heart attack in New York only a few weeks ago, arrived […]
May 23, 2022

Dealer Inigo Philbrick sentenced to seven years in prison

The disgraced art dealer Inigo Philbrick has been sentenced by a Manhattan federal court to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to an $86m wire […]
May 23, 2022

The enigma of Philip Guston: two books unpack artist’s fascination with dualities

The stellar and rigorous catalogue accompanying the exhibition Philip Guston Now addresses head on the Ku Klux Klan imagery that forced the show’s controversial postponement. These […]
May 23, 2022

London’s Elizabeth Line finally opens—we take a look at the ambitious art commissions across the train stations of the £19bn project

Nearly four years late and costing around £19bn, London’s east-west Crossrail project is at last (almost completely) open for business. Now known as the Elizabeth Line […]