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When a Comic Book Hillbilly and Milton Collide

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 19:24:19 GMT

Gary Panter in his studio in Brooklyn.Gary Panter — known for his punk graphics, the sets of “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” and Jimbo — returns to graphic novels with a phantasmagoric take on “Paradise Regained.”


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Art Review: High-Flying Art for a Wall-Building Time

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 19:01:58 GMT

“No to the Invasion,” a linocut print by the artist Thuraya al-Baqsami, shows two tense, alert faces set above the Arabic phrase “No to the Invasion.” The work, made in 1990, is featured in an exhibition of 29 artists from the Middle East at CCS Bard College.At Bard College, a history-rich cache of new art from the Middle East.


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Art Review: Richard Gerstl’s Art Isn’t Even the Half of It

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 17:40:21 GMT

Richard Gerstl (1883-1908) painted “The Schoenberg Family” in July 1908, shortly before his affair with Mathilde Schoenberg was discovered by her husband, the composer Arnold Schoenberg. Gerstl took his own life in November. Over his brief six-year career, he pursued a range of styles enlivened by texture and chromatic daring.Gerstl had an ill-fated affair, destroyed his work, then killed himself. By the way, you can now see his work at Neue Galerie.


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Exhibition Review: This Time, the Muppets Take Queens

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 17:41:27 GMT

Kermit the Frog sits next to Jim Henson’s headset at “The Jim Henson Exhibition,” opening Saturday at the Museum of the Moving Image.In “The Jim Henson Exhibition” at the Museum of the Moving Image, the man behind the Muppets and other puppets is the star of the show.


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What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 20:09:49 GMT

An installation view of Becky Beasley’s exhibition “A Gentle Man” at 80WSE.Becky Beasley communes with Bernard Malamud at 80WSE; Andrew Kreps offers a group show on power; and Meschac Gaba raises flags at Tanya Bonakdar.


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Painting From Goering’s Collection Is Returned to Banker’s Heirs

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 17:26:58 GMT

“The Raising of Lazarus” (circa 1530–1540), by an anonymous German artist, was salvaged by the Monuments Men at the end of World War II. The painting was returned to an heir, Frank Winkel, at a ceremony in Munich on Friday.Nearly 80 years after it was stolen from a German family by the Nazis, a 16th-century painting was returned to the family’s descendants in Munich.


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Copyright Case Over Richard Prince Instagram Show to Go Forward

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 18:57:10 GMT

The artist Richard Prince in 2014. His show at the Gagosian Gallery that year, “New Portraits,” has led to several lawsuits.A photographer has sued Mr. Prince over the use of an Instagram photo in a gallery show. A New York federal judge has declined to dismiss the case.


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Getty Museum Buys Art by Michelangelo, Parmigianino and More

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 19:17:20 GMT

Jean-Antoine Watteau’s “La Surprise,” circa 1718, was the lone painting in the acquisition. It was thought lost until 2008.The museum’s acquisition of 16 drawings and a painting from an unidentified British collector is its “biggest in terms of financial value,” its director said.


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De Blasio, With ‘Cultural Plan,’ Proposes Linking Money to Diversity

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 16:39:13 GMT

Images from museums and others in the Cultural Institutions Group, which will continue receiving financial support under New York City’s first cultural plan for arts organizations across the five boroughs.The Metropolitan Museum of Art and other major institutions escape city budget cuts, while smaller arts groups outside Manhattan may receive new resources.


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Check In: A Maltese Hotel with Baroque Design and Mediterranean Flair

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 09:00:01 GMT

The Palazzo Consiglio in Malta is a small boutique hotel with a 360-degree view of the city and the harbor. The rooftop freshwater pool is a draw.The 13-room Palazzo Consiglia represents the Mediterranean island’s varied cultural influences — Roman, Arab, French and British, to name a few.


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Live Auctions End at Christie’s South Ken. Will Online Sales Fill the Void?

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 15:58:21 GMT

“Last Rights: The Spirits of the Dead Are Watching” (1992) by Robert Colescott.More than 40 years of history at the London salesroom closed with the sale of a walnut table used for auction house board meetings.


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Art and Museums in NYC This Week

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 22:15:21 GMT

A gelatin silver print from 2000 of Irving Penn’s “Girl Drinking (Mary Jane Russell), New York, 1949,” included in the Metropolitan Museum of Art retrospective “Irving Penn: Centennial.” The exhibition will close on July 30; see listing below.Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.


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A Bill Funding Arts and Humanities Endowments Passes House Committee

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 17:21:04 GMT

Funding from the National Endowment for the Arts helped the Dallas Museum of Art buy this Chris Burden work, “All the Submarines of the United States of America” (1987), shown in 2013 at the New Museum in New York.Months after President Trump proposed eliminating the N.E.A. and the N.E.H., a bill to finance them was approved by the appropriations panel.


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Modigliani Exhibit Closes Early Amid Allegations of Fakes

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 17:18:16 GMT

The painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani, circa 1909.Italian prosecutors doubt the authenticity of 21 works attributed to Amedeo Modigliani in an exhibit at the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa.


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De Villalpando’s Holy Canvases Arrive at the Met

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 16:39:49 GMT

“Moses and the Brazen Serpent and the Transfiguration of Jesus,” a 1683 painting by the Mexican artist Cristóbal de Villalpando, will be on display at the Met through Oct. 15.Many works in this exhibition, by a 17th-century Mexican painter, have not been shown in the United States before.


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A ‘Sanctuary’ of Prayer Rugs That Respond to the Refugee Crisis

Tue, 18 Jul 2017 21:02:25 GMT

Tammam Azzam’s prayer rug design, which will appear at the “Sanctuary” exhibition in San Francisco.A former chapel in San Francisco will house prayer mats designed by 36 artists, including Ai Weiwei.


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Critic's Notebook: How Sanrio Makes Anti-Capitalism Adorable, and Profitable

Tue, 18 Jul 2017 16:16:35 GMT

Aggretsuko (pronounced ah-GRET-su-KO), a red panda with anger issues, is the latest character from Sanrio, the Japanese consumer goods empire that plasters adorable images on lunchboxes and stationery sold around the world.In the shadow of Hello Kitty, its famously cute emblem of consumerism, this company has created a more rebellious genre of heroes in Aggretsuko and Gudetama.


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Antiquities Dealer Sues Wall Street Journal Over ISIS Article

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 23:31:56 GMT

Hicham Aboutaam, co-owner of the Phoenix Ancient Art gallery in Manhattan, in the gallery in 2007.In the libel suit, the dealer, Hicham Aboutaam, said he has never handled antiquities looted by terrorists, and that an article had damaged his reputation.


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Show Us Your Wall: Meet Archie Warhol, the Art World’s Second-Most-Famous Dachshund

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 21:01:47 GMT

Jamie Wyeth at his country home with a recent portrait of Andy Warhol holding his dog Archie.Andy Warhol carried his beloved dog everywhere, even to Studio 54, Jamie Wyeth said, “Just like Andy, he didn’t say a word.”


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Refugees Confront the Past Through Art, at a Pop-Up Museum

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 21:24:42 GMT

Latif Mukasa, center, an artist and refugee from Uganda, giving a tour of the Temporary Museum in Amsterdam, a pop-up exhibition showcasing the experience of migrants. Mr. Mukasa and a visitor sit on a metal bed taken from an asylum-seeker’s bedroom, part of “The Maquette of Dreams” by Mounira Al Solh.Inside a former prison in Amsterdam, now a haven for asylum seekers, migrants tell their stories and stir up their ghosts.


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