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Discover, buy, and sell art by the world’s leading artists.

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Breaking down representation at Manifesta 13’s “Traits d’union.s” exhibition. https://t.co/P9xOEhKMom
7/3
2020
This artist wants to build bridges between members of the African diaspora. https://t.co/ZN9USHbYi7The selected artists work in a range of media. https://t.co/fHpfMIs8BLThe original in Washington, D.C. remains. https://t.co/n1HVn6bnse
7/2
2020
From Zhang Huan to Hans Holbein. https://t.co/a6twtd34eZScholars say the work is a copy. https://t.co/fhG7fEyehV
7/1
2020
She estimates that she owns work from 65 percent of the artists with whom she's worked. https://t.co/zX7FiFI4oNThis week, works by Hank Willis Thomas, Katherine Bradford, and more are trending on Artsy. https://t.co/PF9zFmz8s8
6/29
2020
Arthur Jafa's "Love is the Message, the Message is Death" — tune in this weekend. https://t.co/AXBBeHdI7IIncluding major works by Louise Bourgeois and Joan Mitchell. https://t.co/uYg7Bq3XbVAn homage to the overlooked small businesses most at risk of displacement. https://t.co/QQORYzI7xp
6/26
2020
The artist wants you to consider what you *really* think about the work you're seeing. https://t.co/vNK5hDoeLvSee in Black hopes to uplift Black photographers creating work around Black visibility and shift the gaze that has… https://t.co/La7mQYwr5zIn this weekly series, Artsy’s Curatorial team offers a look at artworks that are currently gaining traction among… https://t.co/hLyRxADgQQGenesis Tramaine’s portraits are an attempt to give the rest of the world a glimpse into the splendor of her spirit… https://t.co/CNCWHk0IKo
6/25
2020
By the time it reopens, the museum will have been shuttered for five months due to COVID-19. https://t.co/B4HTL5UMwODemanding change, the letter states that the museum leadership lacks “the knowledge, skills or humanity to steer th… https://t.co/wa5cc7va6bRuscha first made a splash with affordable artist’s books; now his canvases from the 1960s are driving demand at th… https://t.co/XP2WOuZKyh
6/24
2020
Collectors, take note. https://t.co/lzmc9BQtoKIt’s about building coalition. https://t.co/8peDG041lZA portion of sale’s proceeds will go toward the Art for Justice Fund. https://t.co/75myuaafmqThe curators demanded more diversity and equitable practices within their work environment as part of a global reck… https://t.co/qyF5eOnx91
6/23
2020
“His depiction of nightlife as transcendental, connecting people with a higher power, seems almost religious.” Via… https://t.co/Y5rI4YET1ZFrom arts administration workshops to exhibitions, these nonprofits serve Black voices in the arts. https://t.co/KI1eF0k7EaOf over 280 presentations, these 10 were our favorites. https://t.co/wWfmkfy9Ab
6/22
2020
“All subjects were ephemeral, each with its own decisive moment.” https://t.co/bfprFqpAII
6/21
2020
It’s important to question where erotic interpretations are coming from. https://t.co/2WRTMQAFxu
6/20
2020
Facetime is the new studio visit. https://t.co/yZqAo37afp
6/19
2020
!!! https://t.co/tQgEErfKT4The Jewish Museum has since responded, saying that 38 (34.5 percent) of its 110 staff members do not self-identify… https://t.co/hWpKNQ9zGsThe project aims to raise awareness about the U.S. census, which historically has tended to underrepresent people o… https://t.co/nKWp8LXRws
6/18
2020
Recent graduates from four schools tell us what it means to be an artist right now. https://t.co/ArOr2xRma8The art world is still reeling from the initial outbreak. https://t.co/DlEKMbEm9sThe U.K.’s cultural sector is “on the brink of devastation.” https://t.co/luHISbLy8LDiscover over 1,000 works by emerging and established artists at @ArtParisArtFair, online through June 20th.… https://t.co/cYatoZ4oK8
6/17
2020
“I thought, because there is so much taking place on the ground, it only makes sense for something to happen in the… https://t.co/slWvdArTQpThe museum will also examine its collection for opportunities for restitution. https://t.co/8v63wTC8kLThe school will facilitate conversations about how to end racism in its community. https://t.co/on22HZRdNyRabbit Town has faced similar accusations since it opened in 2018. https://t.co/xCB9duR0YP
6/16
2020
The work is a collaboration between the artist and the international think tank Incarceration Nations Network. https://t.co/3OPQVvbZCmMissing museums? Follow a curator. https://t.co/cGhwh4BZBQBlack-owned galleries to support in the U.S. right now. https://t.co/HyBRGNLGvG
6/12
2020
The chosen artist will be announced early next year. https://t.co/W8aEAgirke
6/11
2020
The apology comes as museums reckon with their contributions to systemic racism. https://t.co/FTemg7Mqu5Safariland will sell off its divisions that produce chemical agents, munitions, and batons to for law enforcement. https://t.co/Yb7c8EAYxU
6/10
2020
This Pride Month, 14 artists share what love means for them and their work. https://t.co/fJ3Lu9xH6rProtestors around the world are tearing down racist, colonialist statues. https://t.co/mbjTFD63Hq
6/8
2020
We've been keeping track so you don't have to. https://t.co/mCN8kJA27LEstimates put the price close to Basquiat's auction record of $110.4 million. https://t.co/d6N5GJhQkP“I saw that the camera could be a weapon against . . . all sorts of social wrongs. I knew at that point I had to ha… https://t.co/UaC1hJPna5How COVID-19 Has Thrown Museum Exhibition Planning into Disarray https://t.co/JuVF2K9f5q via @artsy
Retweeted by Artsy"I dedicate these films to George Floyd and all the other black people that have been murdered, seen or unseen, bec… https://t.co/GoZoHOcbWz“It wasn’t a show where we needed to have any doubts about whether it was appropriate to open it.” https://t.co/5j0OAce2oP
6/5
2020
The new grant, applications for which are due by the end of the day on June 8th, provides need-based, one-time gran… https://t.co/U4H2VGiuzGThese decisions come after a week of nationwide protests. https://t.co/Sy42O3rj98The cover will appear on newsstands on June 5th. https://t.co/QyCQdtI9Pm
6/4
2020
The art world’s engagement with #BlackoutTuesday came under fire from critics and activists. https://t.co/XdK9Xj1LGKArtsy stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. https://t.co/BIjAcjcrds
6/3
2020
The portal offers over 100 resources for talking about race and racism in the U.S. https://t.co/P2nVUqpxfKPlanes pulled banners emblazoned with “Please I can’t breathe” and “They’re going to kill me.” https://t.co/MLZaOzLTb1
6/2
2020
A roundup of the artworks that have changed our lives. Produced in collaboration with @ElephantMag. https://t.co/lXCuD9IBbkStreet scenes are especially captivating right now. https://t.co/b0hFjPcGb9Ellsworth Kelly, Julio Le Parc, John Baldessari 😍@IFPDA is not to be missed: https://t.co/VJKa2JYUxl https://t.co/fpKJRyPDZn
5/29
2020
Over 1,600 artists and cultural workers have signed a petition denouncing the new security measures. https://t.co/bfSP6ibPoDThe museum is using the funds to launch three new initiatives. https://t.co/ycs1mcflZpAn inside look at Portugal's dynamic contemporary art scene with @FeriaArco: https://t.co/w0gjOtmZuB https://t.co/KLaoUAjBjB
5/28
2020
A look into the life and work of Amoako Boafo. https://t.co/lc0cbDBtioTitian’s “Diana and Actaeon” is considered a Renaissance masterpiece, yet one central figure, the black woman, stan… https://t.co/1twsw6zWbhThis is the second time the fair is being pushed back. https://t.co/v9Bdfdz4PKA new study looks at 175 auctions that took place during France’s period of confinement. https://t.co/ETF8nov8IgWe do what we can! https://t.co/MhgRJW1IqB
5/27
2020
Inspired by loved ones and strangers alike. https://t.co/HZiWVnWyv0The suspect was disguised in a HAZMAT suit. https://t.co/MEW0KRZvoPGrantees will be announced in June. https://t.co/icEsGorfmKRest in peace, Emma Amos. https://t.co/vCSUb56fMm🕵️ Everything you want to know about private art sales. https://t.co/Xyb9dN3Ms7
5/26
2020
Two-dimensional prints translate well on-screen. https://t.co/U8kAXeFtcM
5/23
2020
Neil Mendoza was appointed to get the U.K.’s art scene back on its feet. https://t.co/qklG2524gpSotheby’s will auction over 450 works from the collection. https://t.co/KAwRwULCiQ
5/22
2020
We have a winner! https://t.co/OPAJRpSbDHA startling statistic. https://t.co/svGpfZWrr3
5/21
2020
The contemporary African art market was already doing a large portion of business online. https://t.co/SwdMbubO35How this Noah Davis painting took on a new meaning during COVID-19. https://t.co/irqBJxx3KxWhen the museum reopens, it will likely reduce its days and hours of operation. https://t.co/8IAKqYAK4FA survey found that galleries in the U.S. project a 73% loss in revenue this quarter. https://t.co/EfyW9QDA9rOn art and change. https://t.co/oyAKNurH54Hot tips from your favs. https://t.co/iyHewq96nV
5/20
2020
Stream art online. https://t.co/kkpxOSa9LZ“Art is important, but health comes first.” https://t.co/B78mwF04VhGo inside. https://t.co/bFs3ZIMpDh😱 😱 😱 https://t.co/nY0d51M9lv“Perhaps we all just want to be near the art, and around other people who are too.” Via @ElephantMag. https://t.co/sCzsqX5FvL
5/19
2020
A big day for Sotheby’s. https://t.co/VAW0ebb3TRA rare occurrence. https://t.co/xvGbus9CsDJR’s latest project is “the largest yearbook, ever.” https://t.co/X6o1M2aseN“Every artwork I've truly loved has tapped me roughly on the shoulder, demanding I climb inside of it.” Produced in… https://t.co/LlA1l1kOX7
5/18
2020
She’s stayed connected with the art world online. https://t.co/giSHLYnwQ7
5/16
2020
In addition to working as an artist, she co-founded a program that helped children develop through arts education. https://t.co/LtXvC7RoFO
5/15
2020
From larger-than-life sculptures to collaborations with fashion designers. https://t.co/eQqRhibvH7Exhibitors will present one to four artworks over the course of the fair. https://t.co/y1SXwBkxeL
5/14
2020

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