The Art Angle Podcast: How the Universe Taught Wolfgang Tillmans to Make Art

The Art Angle Podcast: How the Universe Taught Wolfgang Tillmans to Make Art

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story down to earth. Join us every week for an in-depth look at what matters most in museums, the art market, and much more, with input from our … Read more

Art Industry News: Anxious U.K. Art Organizations Suddenly Realize They Need to Court the New King + Other Stories

Art Industry News: Anxious U.K. Art Organizations Suddenly Realize They Need to Court the New King + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Monday, September 19. NEED-TO-READ Zürich’s Art Scene Is Booming – It’s a good time to visit Zürich. The city’s annual Art Weekend is increasingly becoming a … Read more

$70 Million Worth of Art That Hung in MoMA Is Hitting the Auction Block

 Million Worth of Art That Hung in MoMA Is Hitting the Auction Block

A trove of Modernist masterpieces from CBS founder William S. Paley’s art collection, including works by Picasso and Bacon, which have been on long-term loan to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, will be sold through Sotheby’s this fall. The proceeds from the sales, first reported in the Wall Street Journal on … Read more

MoMA Is Selling a Picasso to Help Fund Potential Push into NFTs

MoMA Is Selling a Picasso to Help Fund Potential Push into NFTs

NFTs shown at the 0X.17 Gallery in lower Manhattan include Bored Apes, CyrptoPunks and other nonfungible token “art.” Everyone knows the best artwork comes with a hashtag and number to let you know just how many similar versions there are out in the world.Photo: Kyle Barr (Gizmodo) The Museum of Modern Art mission statement is … Read more

7 Can’t-Miss New York Museum Shows to Check out During Armory Week 2022

7 Can’t-Miss New York Museum Shows to Check out During Armory Week 2022

It’s Armory Week. That means that if you’re traveling to New York (or even just live here and need a refresher), you’re probably looking for a handy round-up of exhibitions to see while you’re in town. From Robert Colescott at the New Museum to James Joyce at the Morgan Library, here are seven must-see shows … Read more

Art Industry News: National Portrait Gallery Will Raise a Whopping $50 Million to Buy ‘Portrait of Omai’ + Other News

Art Industry News: National Portrait Gallery Will Raise a Whopping  Million to Buy ‘Portrait of Omai’ + Other News

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Wednesday, August 31. NEED-TO-READ A Podcast on the Death of Ana Mendieta – In an upcoming podcast by Pushkin and Somethin’ Else called “Death of an … Read more

New law requires New York museums to label Nazi-looted works

New law requires New York museums to label Nazi-looted works

A new New York state law that requires museums to identify works of art looted during the Nazi period may affect hundreds of paintings and sculptures in famed Manhattan institutions — including MoMA and the Met. The law, which passed last week, is part of a legislative package that seeks to combat anti-Semitism and is also … Read more