July, 2020

440 Gallery Announce Pura Vida Fundraiser Virtual Opening

440 Gallery announce Pura Vida, a cross-platform exhibition by artists Karen Gibbons, Fred Bendheim, Sara Edkins and Gail Flanery. The exhibition of 40+ paintings, drawings and collages may be seen in person at 280 Nevins Street Studio and also virtually on the 440 Gallery website. The artists have generously agreed to donate 100% of the […]

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NICOLAI FECHIN PAINTING SELLS FOR $262,500 IN ANDREW JONES DESIGN SALE

NICOLAI FECHIN PAINTING SELLS FOR $262,500 IN ANDREW JONES DESIGN SALE

Andrew Jones Auctions achieved phenomenal results across multiple categories in its Design for the Home & Garden auction held online, July 26th. The auction was 95 percent sold and grossed $1.6 million. The top lot was a spectacular still life oil on canvas painting by Nicolai Fechin (Russian, 1881-1955). It changed hands for $262,500. Bidding […]

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Michener Art Museum Brings Art to the Streets

Michener Art Museum Brings Art to the Streets

As people are spending more time outside, the Michener Art Museum is delighted to “paint” Doylestown with reproductions of its artwork strategically placed throughout the town for a free outdoor exhibition, entitled Paint Dtown. This project, funded through the generosity of Art Bridges and fully supported by the Borough of Doylestown, was imagined to delight […]

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Save The Murals at Industry City Brooklyn New York Petition

Save The Murals at Industry City Brooklyn New York Petition

Hi Friends: I need your help. Two of my recent murals, “Evolution” (2019), located at Industry City, Brooklyn, NY are in danger of being destroyed by Industry City. The murals are much loved by the community, and are important creations for me. Innumerable hours and effort went into their creation. Their destruction would be a […]

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Christie’s First Online Asian Art Week

Christie’s First Online Asian Art Week

Christie’s first-ever Asian Art Week Online totaled $8,952,625, establishing the highest total achieved for Asian art online-only sales with global participation from 22 countries. The top lot of the week was an important painting by Tyeb Mehta (1925-2009), one of his earliest explorations of the Falling Figure, which realized $975,000, achieving the highest price for […]

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Andy Warhol Museum shortlisted for Award

The Andy Warhol Museum has been shortlisted for the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award From Home. For the past 15 years, London-based charity Kids in Museums has run a prestigious award recognizing the most family-friendly heritage sites in the UK. This year, the charity asked families and museums to vote for what they […]

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London Tate Modern to Reopen

London Tate Modern to Reopen

The Tate Modern in London, is to reopen, after four months of closure, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Visitors are only allowed in if they have booked in advance online, and will have to follow specially signposted routes through the collections and exhibitions. Exhibition director Achim Borchardt-Hume said the gallery is aiming for a more […]

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