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MOTHER-DAUGHTER DUOS THAT ARE CHANGING THE WORLD

There’s nothing quite like the bond between a mother and daughter. From entertainment to STEM to activism, mother-daughter duos have accomplished some incredible things. Inspired by Mother’s Day, we are going to highlight some extraordinary mother-daughter duos who are working hard to change the world. There’s nothing these women can’t accomplish with dedication and a…

NETFLIX SERIES SHINES NEW LIGHT ON ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM HEIST

In the early hours of March 18, 1990, two men dressed in police uniforms pushed the buzzer of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Only 81 minutes later, the two thieves walked out of Gardner's museum with $500 million worth of works of art, committing the single largest property theft in the world –…

THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART LAUNCHES “THE NEXT BIENNIAL SHOULD BE CURATED BY A MACHINE”

The Whitney Museum of American Art is taking a further step into the world of merging artificial intelligence with art, or rather the future of curating. The museum recently launched The Next Biennial Should Be Curated by a Machine on their artport - their portal to Internet art and online gallery space for commissions of net…

HOW TO TRAVEL VIRTUALLY, ANYWHERE

Though COVID-19 vaccines are giving people hope of soon returning to normalcy, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still recommends postponing any long-distance travel plans. Luckily, this doesn’t mean that people cannot still experience the world. One silver lining of travel restrictions is that many tourist attractions are brought directly to you and…

ART FOR FREEDOM: ARTISTS AT FRONT LINES OF MYANMAR PROTESTS

The roar of demonstrators has been echoing in the streets of Myanmar for over a month now as civilians continue to protest the Feb. 1 military coup against the democratically elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi. As Myanmar police continue to use violence and brutal crackdowns against peaceful protesters, unexpected allies stand out from the…

“KAWS: WHAT PARTY” OPENS AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

KAWS: WHAT PARTY The Brooklyn Museum From February 26 - September 5th, 2021 As the first New York Institution to present a survey of contemporary artist KAWS's decades-long career, the Brooklyn Museum is presenting KAWS: WHAT PARTY sponsored by Dior from Feb. 26 to Sept. 5, 2021. Brian Donnelly, professionally known as KAWS, is set…

URBANGLASS PRESENTS AN ALL NEON EXHIBITION WITH “STIRRING GLOWS” ON VIEW THROUGH MARCH 5TH

Stirring Glows UrbanGlass Robert Lehman Gallery From January 20 - March 5th, 2021 Closing night is glimmering upon the horizon for the Stirring Glows exhibit at Brooklyn's UrbanGlass as they prepare to end a nearly six-week-long run. Showing from Jan. 20 to March 5, the exhibit features an array of brightly colored neon artwork created…

WHAT WILL ART LOOK LIKE IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD?

Taking one step further into the future, Christie's Auction & Private Sales, or simply Christie's, is making history in the art world with a new unique piece. Everydays: The First 5,000 Days, is the first fully digital work of art to be put on sale by a major auction house. As Mickey Rapkin wrote for…

“GOYA’S GRAPHIC IMAGINATION” AN OVERVIEW OF PRINTMAKING BY THE SPANISH MASTER TO OPEN AT THE MET MUSEUM IN FEBRUARY

Goya's Graphic Imagination The Metropolitan Museum From February 12 - May 2nd, 2021 An exhibit of works by Francisco Goya, Goya's Graphic Imagination, is set to open at The MET Fifth Avenue this coming Friday, February 12th. The premier artist of Spain in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Francisco Goya produced roughly 900…

THERE’S STILL A LONG ROAD AHEAD FOR THE SMITHSONIAN’S TWO NEW MUSEUMS DEDICATED TO WOMEN AND LATINX

The two newest upcoming additions to the Smithsonian, The National Museum of the American Latino and the American Museum of Women’s History, will be fantastic strides in the soon-to-be Biden Administration’s slow but assuring work towards widespread cultural education and acceptance. In December 2020, Congress officially approved legislation that will create the two museums, backed…

THE ART WORLD IS NOT AS PREPARED AS IT SHOULD BE FOR BREXIT

The never-ending story of Brexit is seemingly hitting it’s next significant landmark. Four and a half years since Britain officially voted to leave the European Union in May of 2016, the two parties have reached an agreement, which was subsequently accepted by Parliament, regarding upcoming trade and travel guidelines. On Friday, January 1, 2021, these…

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM IS THE LATEST TO SELL ARTWORK IN ORDER TO STAY AFLOAT DURING THE PANDEMIC

Earlier this week, the Brooklyn Museum announced its plan to sell 12 historical paintings in order to pay for the maintenance of their full collection. The auctions will take place on October 1 and 15 at Christie’s, and includes lauded works by Courbet, Corot and Cranach, amongst others, with works ranging in estimated value from…

ART BASEL’S MIAMI BEACH SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19, WHILE NADA PLANS TO GO ON WITH A NEW FORMAT

After previously optimistic plans, coupled with the news of New York’s most prominent museums reopening, Art Basel has officially announced that their annual Miami Beach show has been cancelled. This comes somewhat recently following the organization’s arranging of the proper social distancing and quarantine regulations they would have needed to host the event. Art Basel,…

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