Art News From Around the World: Inside NYC’s underground art museum – in the subway. In Bogotá, street artists do not have to hide. And this core of women artists work hard to make an impact. Women are welcome in the art worlds of the Middle East and North Africa – because most men ignore […]

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It’s November, and while people everywhere are wrapping up warmly, at Agora Gallery we’re enjoying the inner glow we get from the publication of our contemporary fine art magazine, ARTisSpectrum, whose 32nd volume has just hit the shelves. You can get it at bookstores and other institutions around Manhattan, at Agora Gallery, or by mail […]

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Art News From Around the World: Fighting harassment with feminist street art. It might not seem like a natural pairing, but England’s stately homes are opening up to contemporary art. The Picasso ‘thefts’ trial begins – and the question is, did trusted employees of the Picasso family use their position to steal artwork? Have you […]

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Art News From Around the World: Epic-scale art fraud – this is the woman who really painted all those big-eyed paintings. It wasn’t her husband. Matured and complex, Chris Ofili’s new exhibit shows the artist – and the media – are ready to leave dung behind. The tangible, valuable benefits of arts education in wider […]

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Art News From Around The World: US art landscapes are in danger of disappearing due to decay or development – including right here in NYC. Complement rather than competition? Toronto has two art fairs on, at the same time. It looks like DIA’s art might be safe – thanks to an 11th hour settlement. The […]

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Art News From Around the World: China arrests artists planning pro-democracy demonstrations. Are popular art fairs becoming like ‘Ikea for millionaires‘? Younger and mid-career artists do well at auction – though blue-chip artists are less successful than expected. Bloomberg Foundation offers cities up to $1 million each for public art. Turkey had a biennial planned […]

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