The most expensive artwork ever sold at auction, a charity benefit at Gagosian, and participatory art were among the stories in the week’s news. Read on for ArtWeLove’s news digest, now also available in email form—bringing a comprehensive roundup of the week’s art developments to your digital doorstep. If you aren’t signed up, click here. As always, we welcome your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Art Basel Miami Beach brought the art world’s jet set down to Florida, while in France museum workers went on strike and a Guggenheim Bilbao official was thrown in jail. Read on for ArtWeLove’s news digest, now also available in email form—bringing a comprehensive roundup of the week’s art developments to your digital doorstep. If you aren’t signed up, click here. As always, we welcome your feedback at email@example.com.
This is such an interesting story I couldn’t help but share it. On his third visit to the United States Nepalese poet and journalist, Pradeep Thalpa, was detained by immigration authorities at Newark’s Liberty International Airport. At first he wasn’t upset, he thought it was a mistake and he’d be released soon enough with a [...]
In Art21 artist-related news… How cool is Flyp Media? Cooler when Martin Puryear’s featured in it. Coming soon to Pratt’s Manhattan Gallery: Broadcast, featuring Art21’s Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Siebren Versteeg, and many other cool artists. Collier Schorr does fashion in the latest issue of i-D Magazine. See images here. Don’t miss Judy Pfaff: Paper at Ameringer [...]
This just in (via The Art Law Blog and Artnet): Who knew that Obama (you can read my earlier post on the contested copyright here) was sitting next to George Clooney and that it would become a subject of debate? You can read Shepard Fairey’s complaint against the AP here. According to Charlie Finch, Jim [...]
Who owns Barack Obama’s image? Does Shepard Fairey? Does the Associated Press? Does Obama? Whose expression is it? Who wears it? Who transmitted it? Who captured it? Who created it? Who reproduced it? Who sold it? What would Walter Benjamin say? What would Mikhail Bakhtin say? Who uttered it? from when? to where? to whom? Who infringed? Who doesn’t infringe? What do we owe each other for what we’ve [...]
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