Damien Hirst is on a roll. Hot on heels of the launch of his stunning private museum, Newport Street Gallery, and selling one of the most expensive artworks at Frieze, … Continue reading Damien Hirst Builds Facility To House His 3,000-Work Art Collection
For those who are not going to make this year’s edition of the Biennale contemporary art fair in Venice, there is no reason to despair. Officials on Wednesday announced that … Continue reading Google Makes Biennale Art Show Available Online
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For All Those Who Have Served and Are Currently Serving, Thank You. Happy Memorial Day from GallArt.com! Head on over to GallArt.com & our eBay store for our Memorial Day … Continue reading Happy Memorial Day From GallArt.com
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In 1977, Robert Indiana, the artist of the famed LOVE sculpture, designed a Pop art basketball court for the Milwaukee Bucks, but not everyone was a fan of his work. According to Co.Create, some balked at the $27,500 it … Continue reading Robert Indiana Will Finally Get His Year In The Sun
“Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has recently installed a rare sculpture by 1980s graffiti artist Keith Haring on the Museum’s outdoor patio area known as Walker Landing. The sculpture, … Continue reading Rare Keith Haring Sculpture Recently Installed At Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
” One of the largest restoration projects in Europe is due to begin this August in the French capital. The Centre des Monuments Nationaux, the French body responsible for caring for … Continue reading 100 Million Euro Restoration of the Panthéon in Paris
The Ministry of Culture in Beijing has rejected Warhol’s works based on Chinese ruler Mao Zedong essentially censoring part of the Warhol traveling show. “The show includes more than 300 paintings, photographs and films, … Continue reading Warhol’s Mao Portraits Banned from Beijing Exhibition
The Tel Aviv Museum has begun moving some of its most prized works to into fortified vaults underground to protect them from the current Israel-Palestinian Fighting. “For nearly a week, … Continue reading Tel Aviv Fine Art Moves to Underground Vaults Amid Conflict
“Almost 30 years ago, the vast east wing of this 19th-century building – that wing alone contains 800 rooms – was gifted to the Hermitage. What to do with it? … Continue reading The Hermitage Museum in Russia pushing for modernity