Just the 5 art world updates you should know this week.

1. FIAC Arrives in Paris This past weekend saw the 42nd edition of the FIAC art fair at Paris’ Grand Palais. Director Jennifer Flay allowed only 170 participators from 22 … Continue reading Just the 5 art world updates you should know this week.

Happy Memorial Day From GallArt.com

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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Comprehensive Retrospective Exhibition Of Joan Miro’s Work Opens At The Albertina

VIENNA.- Catalan artist Joan Miró is the third of a series of prominent artists connected to Surrealism to become the focus of a comprehensive retrospective exhibition at the Albertina. Following … Continue reading Comprehensive Retrospective Exhibition Of Joan Miro’s Work Opens At The Albertina

Sotheby’s Paris to present the largest and most important sale of works by Man Ray in 20 years

Sotheby’s Paris to present the largest and most important sale of works by Man Ray in 20 years.

Yves Klein: The Man Who Invented A Color

One summer’s day in 1947, three young men were sitting on a beach in Nice in the south of France. To pass the time, they decided to play a game … Continue reading Yves Klein: The Man Who Invented A Color

Picasso’s Daughter To Donate His Works To Paris Museum

Picasso’s eldest daughter has promised to donate one of her father’s drawings and a notebook of sketches to the newly-renovated Paris museum dedicated to his life’s work. Maya Widmaier Picasso … Continue reading Picasso’s Daughter To Donate His Works To Paris Museum

The $20,000 Picasso Catalog The Art World Has Been Waiting For

    In the early 1930s, Christian Zervos, a refined and somewhat quirky art critic and publisher, and a fixture in Parisian artistic and literary circles—began cataloging Picasso’s work. It was … Continue reading The $20,000 Picasso Catalog The Art World Has Been Waiting For

Picasso Museum To Re-Open After Five Years Of Renovations

PARIS (AFP).- Five years after it closed for a two-year renovation, Paris’s Picasso museum — which houses one of the world’s most extensive collections of the Spanish master’s work — … Continue reading Picasso Museum To Re-Open After Five Years Of Renovations

“Art Everywhere” Project Comes To America

Museum directors across the country have joined forces for what will be the largest outdoor exhibition in history. This summer, famous works from American artists will go on display across … Continue reading “Art Everywhere” Project Comes To America

Important Monet Found Among Nazi-Era Art Trove, Valued At $13 Million

  Claude Monet‘s Waterloo Bridge, London (1903) is the latest famous canvas recovered from Cornelius Gurlitt’s hidden stash of priceless artwork, AFA News reports. The long-lost masterpiece is part of a … Continue reading Important Monet Found Among Nazi-Era Art Trove, Valued At $13 Million