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Art Industry News: Italian Museums Could Raise Admission Fees to Fund Their Fight Against Climate Protesters + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, November 22. NEED TO READ Artists are fighting to change this mountain’s racist name – Artists, historians and activists have come together …

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IN-Q to promote the 2022 FIFA World Cup alive

Doha: IN-Q Enterprises WLL (IN-Q), the commercial arm and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar Museums (QM), promotes the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 to the fullest by creating moments with culinary experience extraordinary in the restaurants and authentic meaningful souvenirs from the gift shops of the museums. Enjoy Qatar’s museum …

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Germany has injected more than 30 million euros of public money into the commercial art market during the pandemic. Was it really necessary?

A new investigative report titled “The Art of Lobbying” has challenged the allocation of funding in the German art world. When the pandemic threatened the future of cultural institutions in Germany, including its art market, the federal government rushed to support businesses with its mammoth program Culture Neustart (New Start …

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The New Jersey Art Fair You Didn’t Know About

Art Fair 14C returns to Jersey City for its fourth year this weekend, bringing together artists and galleries from across the Garden State as well as international and overseas creatives seeking alternatives to New York’s high entry barriers . Located in the historic Armory building in McGinley Square and named …

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Man repatriates 19 antiques after reading Guardian article | Inheritance

An American has returned 19 antiquities to the four countries they came from after reading articles in the Guardian about the repatriation of looted antiquities. John Gomperts, who lives in Washington, realized that ancient pieces worth up to £80,000 – including two Cypriot vases from the 7th and 8th centuries …

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A new photo salon is coming to New York, but it won’t replace PhotoPlus

The group behind Photofairs Shanghai, Asia’s largest photography trade event, is holding their event in New York. Called Photofairs New York, it promises to be a new contemporary art fair dedicated to photo-based works. Photofairs New York will take place at the Javits Center – the former headquarters of PhotoPlus …

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JKC Gallery “Twosday Talks” Monthly conference of photographic artists scheduled for November 8, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Trenton, NJ – The James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at Mercer County Community College at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton is proud to present its upcoming photography presentation “Twosday Talks” on November 8, 2022 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. feature works and presentations by artists Mel Evans and Jackie Neale. The …

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Art Basel and UBS Collector Survey Reveals Desire to Continue Buying Art

Collectors appear poised to continue buying art despite rising inflation, economic uncertainty and fluctuating currency prices, according to a report released Thursday by Art Basel and UBS. High net worth individuals surveyed globally in August expressed confidence in the market and said they plan to continue buying art this year, …

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Our Community: New art installation unveiled, collecting socks for those in need

The newest addition to Victoria’s Commercial Alley’s ever-growing outdoor art ‘gallery’ is now on display, as the Victoria Cool Aid Society launches its annual effort to collect 10,000 pairs of socks for those in need Art installation unveiled in Commercial Alley The newest addition to Victoria’s Commercial Alley’s ever-growing outdoor …

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Art gallery moves to ‘lively’ part of Middlesbrough

An art gallery opens tonight, following its move to central Middlesbrough. Formerly based in Boho Zero, pythongallery has relocated to the central Linthorpe Road district to continue its success story and will be an important addition to the thriving art scene. Commercial real estate specialists, Python Properties, officially open pythongallery …

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Art’s appetite for destruction | FinancialTimes

Strange, isn’t it, the allure of denigrating art? Disfiguring and destroying images and statues seems to have an enduring appeal – the danger, the violation, the power to shock. There’s nothing quite like drawing attention to sincere causes: in 1914, suffragette Mary Richardson, protesting the violent arrest of Emmeline Pankhurst, …

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How to buy art for your home on a budget

Galleries may appear to be elite and reserved only for buyers with unlimited funds. “I would always advise, for example, to ignore all of that,” says Nicola Charles, who runs 11:Eleven in Washington, DC, a contemporary art gallery that covers a wide price range. “If you like the vibe, then …

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17 Best Things to Do in Charming Ellicott

Question: What do you get when you drive through a historic downtown with a scenic river and the oldest passenger railroad station in the United States? Answer: Ellicott City, Maryland. Ellicott City is the sixth largest city in Maryland. Located in Howard County, it is about 15 miles west of …

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‘Just Above Midtown’ opens at MoMA; The Studio Museum of Harlem co-publishes the accompanying catalog

In New York in the 1970s and 1980s, black artists settled at Just Above Midtown (JAM), cultivating a seminal space for their community as the art world focused its exhibitions on presenting and amplifying white artists. “At the time, being an artist of color in one of the stables of …

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The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum reopens the renovated site of the National Mall in Washington DC

WASHINGTON– Attention air and space fans traveling to DC: your wait will soon be over. From historic first flight to futuristic planet exploration, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall in Washington will open eight revised exhibits on Friday, Oct. 14, CNN reported. And if you …

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The Empire State Building hosts the annual race, presented by Turkish Airlines and powered by the Challenged Athletes Foundation

Photos/videos of the race can be downloaded here. Notable runners in this year’s race included TV host Nev Schulman and Iraq War Veteran Anthony Smith NEW YORK, October 7, 2022 /CNW/ — The Empire State Building (ESB) today hosted the 44e Annual Run-Up, presented by Turkish Airlines and powered by …

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Scovil Hoe Factory in Haddam slated for mixed-use development

HADDAM — A developer has proposed repurposing a late 19th-century manufacturing site on Candlewood Hill Road as a retail destination that would boost the city’s revitalization effort, an official said. Farmington-based Parker Benjamin has submitted an application to the Planning and Zoning Commission for a mixed-use development at the former …

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Souvenir of the life of local artist Robin Nance Metz + art

Robin with two works of art. (Robin Nance Metz) Birmingham is a little grayer today as we remember beloved local artist Robin Nance Metz, who died on September 23. Here’s a look at Robin’s career and how she brought sunshine to The Magic City. About Robin As a child of …

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Old City Fest returns with food, drink, circus, art, design and music in October

The Old Town district will feature the seventh annual Old Town Festival on Sunday, October 9, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. along N. 3rd Street (Market to Race) and Arch Street (2nd to 4th). Activities will include the Family Fun Zone presented by Adventure Aquarium, Piano Duels presented …

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Audi Center Toowoomba Weetwood photo gallery social photos events events

It is considered Toowoomba’s biggest racing competition of the year with many travelers from across the state coming to experience the Audi Center Toowoomba Weetwood. The historic event with more than 130 years in the making, overcame Covid-19 measures and restricted numbers in 2020, but has only flourished since with …

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Spend a gallery weekend in Toronto and discover art in the city in a new way

Sasha Pierce’s Shippo opening reception at the Zlucky Contemporary Gallery. (Contemporary Zalucky Gallery) Gallery Weekend Toronto began last year with the aim of bringing people back to Toronto’s commercial art galleries after an extended closure. It included artist talks and guided tours and on-site gallery owners to help speak to …

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Devon Turnbull’s Ojas: The sound systems that make you feel like you’re on psychedelics

Over the next decade, while focusing on streetwear, Turnbull began making his own hi-fi systems – avant-garde works he called “sound sculptures” – and he eventually glimpsed a chance to turn the sideline into a new career. Using his old graffiti tag, Ojas, he began producing large-scale brutalist sound systems …

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3 San Francisco Art Galleries to Check Out This Month: September 2022

English San Francisco’s art gallery scene is filled with exciting works by talented painters, sculptors, photographers and multimedia artists from the city, region and around the world. Thanks to its world-class art schools and cosmopolitan tastes, SF has played a role in shaping some of the greatest artists of all …

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Affordable Art Fair names established Brooklyn gallery as first grant recipient

The Affordable Art Fair celebrates a banner year with its return to Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion next week (September 22-25). The beloved fair, which was founded in London in 1999, made its New York debut in 2002, bringing with it a mission to democratize art collecting across income brackets. Now, 20 …

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Henry Street is New York City’s new experimental and affordable center for contemporary art. But his dealers wonder how long the good times can last

Real estate in New York regularly overturns an old adage: if you give it up, they will come. Most visibly, this was the case on the Lower East Side in the 1980s, where artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol were able to find cheap rents, due to state neglect …

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Spanish artist Alehsy has strict rules for Instagram

For our NYFW Kickoff Dinner hosted by Paloma Elsesser to celebrate her new Vans “Classic Since Forever” campaign, we decided to invite Spanish artist Alehsy to customize a variety of classic Vans sneakers for our guests. The mysterious artist – he rarely shows his face to the public or creates …

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“I have to buy a bigger house for my art” – Anna Jackson, Gallery Director

Anna Jackson, director of the Auckland Gow Langsford Gallery, has worked at the gallery for almost 15 years and says acquiring many works of art for her own home is a professional hazard. She lives in New Lynn with her husband and two children. ANNA JACKSON: We live in New …

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Fleetwood leads as storm clouds gather at BMW PGA Championship

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) – Stormy weather provided a fitting backdrop for the opening round of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Thursday, where players from both sides of golf’s bitter power struggle were in action on soggy fairways. The …

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Buy art? Sydney Contemporary counts on a buying spree

“Destroyed. Canceled. At the end of the day. Stopped. Swan song. Terminated. That’s all. That’s it. The end.” These words – all synonymous with “the end” – are spoken eerily by Siri’s voice over three bright window frames constructed to replicate the facade of the Sirius Building at The Rocks. …

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At The Galleries: Vibrancy fills the walls of Greater Victoria

As fall approaches, the galleries of Greater Victoria bring the vibrancy and beauty of nature to their audiences. Avenue Gallery is spotlighting Lorna Dockstader, Tanya Bone and Naoko Takenouchi this month. Lorna Dockstader is an Edmonton-born, Calgary-based visual artist who works with acrylic paints and mediums. His strong subject is …

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Are you going to Seoul for Frieze? Here’s where to go, where to stay and where to eat Korean fried chicken, according to Art-World Insiders

In recent years, the South Korean capital has transformed into a global art hub, home to powerful collecting families, world-class museums and a thriving international gallery scene. It’s no wonder Frieze chose the city to host its first Asian art fair, launching later this week (September 2-5). Despite its growing …

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Bruce Museum in Greenwich appoints new chief financial officer as part of major expansion project

Carolyn Hamrak, who has over 30 years of diverse financial experience in the not-for-profit and for-profit sector, is the new Chief Financial Officer of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. She has held tax management positions at cultural institutions such as the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Botanical Garden. “Carolyn …

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All trade shows, fairs and other essentials

Not everything seems “normal” yet, but a busy September art calendar certainly does. And the series of shows like the revival of a monumental Diane Arbus retrospective and the screening of Meriem Bennani’s deliciously wacky lizard videos which will open in the coming weeks are just the beginning: October will …

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Australian art dealer goes on the run after allegedly ripping off emerging artists

He hasn’t been seen for weeks. According to people familiar with the matter, art dealer Tristian Koenig, once co-owner of the Neon Parc gallery in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick, has a reputation for finding excuses not to pay its artists. (Koenig is no longer associated with Neon Park after …

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How Copenhagen’s Chart Fair helped transform Scandinavia’s conservative contemporary art scene

Chart art fair (August 26-28) launched its first edition ten years ago in Copenhagen with the aim of bringing serious collectors to the Nordic countries: where money and public funding for culture are plentiful but the The contemporary art market was, at that time, relatively conservative. “Over the past decade, …

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Brooklyn’s Amant Arts Center – Urban Raw, Refined

Some of the businesses around East Williamsburg between Grand and Maujer streets are visible – such as large self-storage warehouses, meatpacking warehouses, building supply stores, and tire and ditch repair shops. cars. Others, the recording studios and rehearsal rooms for strippers and pole dancers, are a little less visible. And …

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Shanghai’s Champs Elysées are getting better

Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE No need to travel to the outskirts because a bonded exhibition of luxury items is coming to downtown Shanghai. The expo will take place in Zhangyuan, or Zhang’s Garden, in Jing’an District, when its highly anticipated urban renewal project partially opens later this year. Located south …

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Seventh Rebel x Fundacion Sansó at Art Lounge Manila

MY LIPS ARE SEALED… SOMETIMES – Maurice Arcache – The Philippine Star August 10, 2022 | 00:00 Art Lounge Manila is not your typical art gallery, palanggas. Since opening at the Podium, it has specialized not only in creating unique experiences for guests, but also in showcasing Filipino fine art …

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The latest work by eminent artist Madhuri Bhaduri is a combination of realism and abstraction in its u

It’s been about a decade since art found its place outside of conventional galleries. First they graced open exhibition spaces followed by hotel galleries, restaurants and cafes. And now it’s time to meet art with luxury collections. While fashion designers use works of art in their collections, owners of furniture, …

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Jordy Kerwick paintings sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars

Kerwick’s paintings are colorful and vibrant: they often depict exotic animals like tigers and two-headed cobras. The Tiger was Kerwick at its fullest Kerwick, an acrylic painting of a two-headed tiger. Kerwick’s painting The Tiger sold for just over $400,000 in March. And that’s not the only job that collectors …

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A collage of two spaces

art Imaintenance New York is known for its elaborate art scene. With shopping galleries scattered across Manhattan and Brooklyn, this city has learned to keep artistic spirits alive and thriving. A place that has been associated with Jeff Koons and home to museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, …

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Camp + King announces two promotions

Camp + King announced that they have promoted Katie Burleson to Senior Art Director and Justin Marimon to Senior 3D Artist in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the team. Katie Burleson is promoted to Senior Art Director from Art Director. For the past four years, Katie has used visual …

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5 memories of the old Old Port

Old Port Tavern, 11 Moulton Street This restaurant and bar opened in 1973, in the historic 1828 Mariner’s Church building. It’s a lively place with TVs to watch sports and DJs to get people dancing on the weekends. Greenhut Galleries, 146 Middle St. Greenhut Galleries opened in 1977, initially on …

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Spectacular: Renovated historic loft

SPECTACULAR. Historical mill completely renovated. in the village of Housatonic in Great Barrington. Very unique in the Berkshires. Offices, non-profit organisations, light industry… NUMEROUS possibilities! Bright, three floors of stunning open spaces. The first floor comprises a studio, recording studio, kitchen and bathroom with private, enclosed gardens to either side. …

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Building Automation Systems Market to Grow with Robust Growth

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 26 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global building automation systems market is expected to reach a valuation of US$44.6 billion in 2021. Once the initial impacts of COVID-19 are fully countered, the market is expected to grow. at a robust CAGR of 7.8% through 2031. …

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Art Gallery Management Software Market Size, Scope, Growth Opportunities, Trends by Manufacturers and Forecast to 2029 – This is Ardee

New Jersey, United States – The Art Gallery Management Software Market research guides new entrants to get accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. It …

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PHOTO GALLERIES | Tragedy and Recovery: The 45th Anniversary of the 1977 Flood Brings Stories of Survivors and Reflections on the Future | New

JOHNSTOWN, Pennsylvania – On the night of July 19, 1977, Susan Burns and her mother were arrested on Cooper Avenue by emergency crews as they were returning home to Tanneryville after “Bingo Night.” Warned that they could not enter Tanneryville because of floodwaters, they were sent to a nearby gas …

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AGI Denim supports artists with exhibition at NYC Gallery – Sourcing Journal

Art is at the center of AGI Denim’s first major public event, and indigo is its medium of choice. The vertical denim manufacturer and Pakistan’s first certified B Corp company will open ‘Exquisite Blue Towers’, an exhibition of collaborative and individual artworks that celebrate indigo as a color by artists …

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The best shows in Scottish galleries this week

July 9-September 18. Free admission. Climate House, Royal Botanic Garden, Arboretum Place, Edinburgh, EH3 5NZ. This joint exhibit by 2021 Turner Prize nominees Cooking Sections and Sakiya draws attention to the degradation of ecosystems through the removal of plants. Following a three-year research project, Cooking Sections sheds light on the …

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Hoboken City Council signs Yards Redevelopment Agreement

Hoboken City Council had a number of major items on its agenda. Screenshot via City of Hoboken on YouTube. Hoboken City Council approved an agreement for the Works Redevelopment Plan, implemented a citywide 20mph speed limit, and passed the new budget and a resolution for the proposed City Complex. Worksite …

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Performance Exchange 2022 opens this Friday.

Emily Perry, Woman With Salad, 2017, performance, courtesy of Seventeen Performance Exchange has announced full program and performance schedule details for its 2022 edition. Produced in partnership with a selection of London’s most cutting-edge commercial galleries, the second edition of the acclaimed performance program takes place across London over three …

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The art of reconciling creativity and business

Rachel Klaver is a marketing strategist, specializing in lead generation and content marketing. OPINION: In the past, there was a choice. Be creative and poor or choose something else. (Except of course, for the privileged few who miraculously managed to make money). I’m incredibly grateful that we now live in …

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Acclaimed Artist Derrick Adams Launches Derrick Adams and FUNTIME UNICORN Editions

At the crossroads of entrepreneurship and the fine arts sector, Derrick Adams Editions is pleased to present its first edition, FUNTIME UNICORN. It is a continuation of Adams’ signature iconography and imagery of the black unicorn in Adams’ signature “floaters”.“ series, a collection of bold and vibrant portraits depicting black …

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USI MAC/PACE Galleries Host Two Summer Sculpture Exhibitions

This summer, two sculpture exhibitions are presented simultaneously at the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries at the University of Southern Indiana. Converters 2 features two artists, Josh Johnson and Travis Townsend, contemporaries working mainly in wood, whose aesthetics question traditional approaches to the material. Townsend was juror for ISU’s …

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Top 5 New York Office Building Sales — May 2022

PropertyShark has compiled the city’s best deals of the month for the area. Source: PropertyShark, a company of Yardi Systems Inc. 475 Fifth Avenue, ManhattanSelling price: $291,000,000 A partnership between Nuveen Real Estate and Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has sold the 24-story office building totaling 275,738 square feet to …

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San Francisco’s forgotten avant-garde apartments

The most famous event in San Francisco’s avant-garde literary history was Allen Ginsberg’s reading of “Howl” at the Six Gallery at 3119 Fillmore St. on October 7, 1955. This frantic reading, the later publication by Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s City Lights “Howl and Other Poems” books, and subsequent arrests and obscenity trial …

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TGI Solar Power: ADVENT GALAXY INC., headquarters of ADVENTEXPO™, a subsidiary of TGI, announces its intention to launch a Reg A public offering.

ADVENT GALAXY INC., headquarters of ADVENTEXPO™, a subsidiary of TGI, announces its intention to launch a Reg A public offering.Press release | 06/23/2022 Press release TSPG| 06/23/22 Miami, Florida, June 23, 2022 –TGI SOLAR POWER GROUP (OTC markets: TSPG) (“TGI”), a technology-diversified, eco-friendly real estate development company currently developing Advent …

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The visual arts face serious challenges

Echoing previous research, a sobering new report on the impact of Brexit on the visual arts. Early last year, a firm The Artists Information Company and Contemporary Visual Arts Network England (CVAN) commissioned BOP Consulting to investigate how visual arts workers have been affected by post-Brexit regulations redefining our interactions …

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Virtual galleries selling fine art through an app

Physical art exhibitions allow you to enter the gallery room and enjoy the artwork at a specific time in a specific location for a limited period of time. But now you don’t need to go to a gallery to view and buy artworks if you are too busy with work. …

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Can NFTs help stop art piracy?

Quebec artist Gaëtane Dion sells elegant nature paintings and colorful illustrations of female faces. Although she sells her paintings from her studio, her work can also be seen all over the internet.Roger Paquette/Document The career of Quebec artist Gaëtane Dion can be considered a resounding success: not only does she …

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Lake Metroparks Amateur Photography Contest Offers Fascinating Glimpses of Area Landscape and Life

Create it, and they will come? No. Art lovers won’t take much interest in your work unless you show it somewhere first. Fortunately, there are plenty of local opportunities to do so. Participating in art exhibition competitions is the easiest way to present yourself. I provide many calls for entry …

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Indigenous Australian art takes center stage as Tate Modern and Sotheby’s embrace First Nations designs

From London to New York and Singapore to Paris, the global art world is taking notice of Australian Indigenous works. Key points: Australian Indigenous art is receiving increasing global attention Several major galleries, auction houses and museums have held exhibitions It inspires more emerging First Nations artists to create work …

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We hire! The Art Newspaper is looking for an Associate Editor (New York)

About the Art Journal For more than 30 years, The arts journal covered the art world – and the world in which art occurs. We write about all the latest developments, but also analyze the most significant events and trends, examining how the international art and culture landscape shapes – …

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Rickie Fowler has a few days ahead of him to determine his short and long term future | Golf News and Tour Information

DUBLIN, Ohio — Playing poorly is private hell for a professional golfer, unless you’re someone like Rickie Fowler — a hugely popular player who carries the weight of his own expectations as well as the added pressure of an audience whose support teeters on the edge of adoration and demand. …

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What are the best American art cities? – ARTnews.com

Each year, UBS and economist Clare McAndrew publish a report on the global art market. For the first time, to accompany it, McAndrew has also published a second report devoted to the role that cities in the United States play in the global art market. According to McAndrew, the United …

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Mira Awards honor creative high school students : NorthEscambia.com

The Escambia County Public Schools Foundation recently recognized local high school students for their creative and artistic talents through the annual Mira Awards. Mira, which means “brightest star”, was conceived by a group of teachers from Tate High School in 1987. Since then, the Mira Awards have been extended to …

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Global Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) Market Expected

Westford, USA, May 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The rise of mainstream influencers, gaming communities and growing demand for digital artwork will continue to fuel the Global Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) Market boom over the next five years. The growing influence of celebrities to fuel the momentum of the sale of …

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What do artists wear and why is it important?

In 2015, writer Charlie Porter was visiting an Agnes Martin retrospective at London’s Tate Modern when he stopped in front of a photograph of the artist herself. In the image, Martin stands halfway up a ladder, in front of a canvas covered in lightly faded stripes – the first step …

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Major announcement at former Camp Picton site

(Photo: Andrew Clarke / Quinte News) It was a packed house for the announcement of the renaming and reimagining of Loch Sloy Business Park and Airport in Prince Edward County. 05/20/2022 – PEC Community Partners Inc. is a group of community builders including Tercot Communities, DECO Communities, PEC Placemaking …

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Against all odds, Hong Kong’s gallery scene is booming

In the first year of the pandemic, a sweeping new security law and clashes on the streets of Hong Kong have raised concerns among art industry insiders with ties to the city, who have predicts the end of Hong Kong as an international metropolis. The restrictions that accompanied the city’s …

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TerraCRG and Compass sell neighboring residential development sites for $5.45 million in East Williamsburg

TerraCRG, Brooklyn’s leading commercial real estate brokerage firm, has completed the $2,350,000 sale of 30 Bushwick Avenue, a residential development site in East Williamsburg. Daniel Lebor, partner of TerraCRG, and Andrew Manasia, partner, exclusively represented the seller and the buyer in connection with this transaction. 30 Bushwick Avenue, the 2,081 …

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Wim Roefs, Passionate Columbia Arts Advocate, Gallery Owner and Founder, Dies | Free time

Wim Roefs, owner of Columbia’s If ART Gallery and founding member of the 701 Center for Contemporary Art, died May 12. Roefs died of a heart attack, the gallery announced in an email. “He was an honest critic, if he was on your side you couldn’t find a better advocate …

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OMA and Library Street Collective reveal plans for Detroit’s sprawling art space in a former bakery

The Library Street Collective (LSC) contemporary art gallery builds further on its vision to reanimate Detroit’s East Village neighborhood as a community-driven cultural hub for the Motor City. As announced late last week, LSC, which itself is housed in the historic LB King and Company building in downtown Detroit, has …

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Stately Historic Residence + Retractable TV Screens: VA/DC Dream Homes

VIRGINIA/DC – This week’s featured homes in Virginia and DC include a gorgeous five-bedroom mansion in McLean with serene landscaped grounds and a stately single-family home on one of Georgetown’s most desirable streets. The McLean estate allows residents to enjoy summer barbecues in a covered outdoor kitchen. A saltwater pool …

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Historic Gonzales Shopping Center Will Be Redeveloped, Could House Grocery, Owner Says | Business

The owners of a historic mall in Gonzales are tearing it down and planning to develop a new mall with a grocery store, injecting new investment into an older part of a town that has seen more business growth in recent years. LeBlanc’s Plaza, also known as Mall on Burnside …

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Float through the dreamlike worlds of Barbara Takenaga at the Robischon Gallery exhibition

When the economy is good and the art is attractive, the gallery business can be quite lucrative. Of course, there are ups and downs like any business venture, but with high prices and 50% commissions, a savvy gallery owner can reap reliable rewards over time. The way galleries repay this …

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You can see all of Houston from POST

At least a few hundred of us found ourselves in early April on a rooftop above the city. Buildings on one of Houston’s six or seven skylines seemed close enough to hit. Children lurked and searched unabashedly, climbing over everything, their parents singing aloud to the deafening, inescapable music, only …

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AD Airlines offers flight service from Brainard Airport to Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod and the Islands

Aquiline Drones (AD), a full-service commercial drone solutions company in downtown Hartford, has always prided itself on its advanced aviation experience. Founder and CEO Barry Alexander has spent over 25 years as an airline pilot, primarily as a captain with his final assignment flying the massive Boeing 747 around the …

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Fishers Mayor DELV Design Announces Details of New Fishers Town Hall Current Editions

A very popular public business destination, the Cité des Pêcheurs wants to make its future town hall as welcoming as possible. City officials also want it to be multifunctional and unique. DELV Design co-founder Jeremy Welu and Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness spoke in detail about the project during a Twilight …

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Explained: As India Art Fair returns, a brief history of art fairs and their importance

The India Art Fair (IAF) opening on April 28 in New Delhi after a year-long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is the biggest event for Indian art and artists, besides the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, which, unlike the fair, is not intended for trade. This will be the 13th edition …

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Pebblebrook set to buy 5th inn in Naples for $156 million – Trade Observer

These buyers are all “inns,” but the Naples, Florida hotel deal has yet to be finalized. Pebblebrook Hotel Trust is in negotiations to acquire Inn on the 5thto 699 5th Avenue Southaccording to the buyer. The asset, which belonged to the hotel manager Phil McCabe since the early 1990s, has …

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LAXART secures permanent space in Los Angeles and joins galleries in Melrose Hill in Los Angeles

A rendering of LAXART’s new home by John Frane of HGA Architects (image courtesy of LAXART) Los Angeles-based nonprofit arts organization LAXART announced last week that it had acquired a building in East Hollywood and would move into its “permanent residence” in the fall. The new site, a brick and …

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There’s a lot of business done at biennials. This is how the art market does a delicate dance in Venice

The first rule of sales at the Venice Biennale is that we don’t talk about sales at the Venice Biennale. The sole purpose of the exhibition is “to make art accessible to people to encourage new thoughts and ways of seeing the world, rather than to sell works”, said Ralph …

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Toronto Biennale founder previews this year’s art

Oh, Italy. Reflecting on the five years she worked in Italy, in and around the art world, Patrizia Libralato pauses, painting a picture of Venice: Piazza San Marco, the Zattere at sunset. Although she spent a lot of time in the floating city, helping with shows and festivals, she technically …

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Deana Lawson’s intimate portraits invent new truths about her subjects

At MoMA PS1, the public discovers the whole evolution of Lawson’s profession, starting with the first remarkable works. Take, for example, Assembly (2010-present), which was also featured in MoMA PS1’s five-year “Greater New York” exhibition in 2010. Assembly features a collage of several hundred “personal” images – images that both …

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Galleries Commit and Art to Acres campaign leads to cloud forest conservation in Peru

In a major show of collective climate action, sustainability group Galleries Commit has announced its support for a new 200,000-acre plot of land, a permanently protected area in Peru. Called the Chuyapi-Urusayhua Regional Conservation Area, the location has been conserved with the support of matching funds from more than 40 …

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What does it mean to live in the ruins of the future? At the Mass MoCA, Marc Swanson’s answer is catastrophic beauty | theater arts

Marc Swanson describes “A Memorial to Ice at the Dead Deer Disco” as being “one-part museum diorama, one-part memorial/cemetery, one-part Busby Berkeley Ziegfeld Follies, and one-part disco”. PHOTO PROVIDED BY TONY LUONG NORTH ADAMS – In the 1830s, Thomas Cole began painting the Catskill Mountains as a way to preserve …

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Standard Real Estate Investments makes its first investment in New York

Standard Real Estate Investments, LP (Standard), a national minority-owned real estate private equity firm, today announced its first foray into the New York City real estate market with the closing of an equity investment in a mixed-use development project located at 1333 Broadway in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY. …

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Brazil’s SP-Arte fair will focus on the design and digital art sectors

The 18th edition of the Brazilian art fair SP-Arte opens this week at the São Paulo Biennale pavilion in Ibirapuera Park. This iteration of the fair brings together 100 art galleries, including eight international galleries, and more than 30 design galleries, a sector introduced in the last edition that provided …

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Why galleries are moving to New York and LA

This decentralization also means galleries don’t have to compete as hard for real estate, and getting more square footage for less money is a major draw. “New York is a very densely populated vertical city. It’s become extremely difficult to find reasonable space,” said Allegra LaViola of Lower East Side …

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A trip down Galmory [Gallery-Memory] Way | Art space | John A. Barry and Bill Carmel

By John A. Barry This overview of the Danville gallery scene over the years is not intended to be comprehensive or exhaustively researched. Rather, it is based primarily on my recollections and personal experience, supplemented with information and images from Bill Carmel. Gallery: mid-15th century: alley or covered passage, narrow …

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British Museum removes Sackler surname from galleries | English Museum

The British Museum has become the latest cultural organization to remove the Sackler surname from the galleries and rooms they have supported. George Osborne, the president of the museum, announced the move on Twittersaying, “We’re entering a new era, showcasing our great collection in new ways for new audiences.” For …

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Artist Rana Begum at Pitzhanger Manor: Fleeting Moments of Infinite Beauty

I If you’re anything like me, when you find yourself trotting through an exquisite stately home, you’ll be the one to sniff “a bit dark but innit” as you pass intricately carved moldings and elaborate wooden doors. Not, however, at Pitzhanger Manor, the country estate owned by late 18th-century architect …

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Why Private Jet Companies Are Accepting More One-Seater Charters – Robb Report

Sharing a private jet ride may seem counterintuitive during a pandemic, but of the handful of companies involved in single-seat charter sales, most say their business has increased since the Covid-19 outbreak. Yet a schism remains between the young pilots targeted by these new business models and the customers of …

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9 remarkable lots on Artsy this week

got his start in the art world as a member of the Hairy Who, a group of six recent graduates from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago who showed their work together in the mid-1960s under this nickname weird. This particular work, a luminous watercolor depicting what appears …

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Redefining and rethinking the airport hotel

Skift grip The stigma behind airport hotels is changing and with it comes a greater number of “destination travellers” versus displaced travellers. Carley Thornel It’s far from a return to business as usual for airport hotels congested by a nadir in business travel, especially as the corporate world rethinks its …

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