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07/08/2023 by: Ryan Lutz

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Fernando Botero (1932–2023)

Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero, whose whimsical, ballooning figures gained him worldwide acclaim and elevated the global profile of Latin American art, died in Monaco on September 15 at

MMCA Names Kim Sung-hee as Next Director

The Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism on September 14 announced that Kim Sung-hee will be the next director of South Korea's National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

Three Museums Forced to Part with Possibly Pilfered Schiele Works

The Manhattan district attorney’s office on September 13 seized from three US institutions a trio of works by Austrian Expressionist Egon Schiele that are believed to have been stolen during

MoMA Jacks Admission to $30 Claiming Increased Costs

New York’s Museum of Modern Art has announced that it will raise admission prices effective October 16. Adult admission at the door will rise to $30 from $25, while seniors

John Baldessari Estate Sues, Is Sued

The estate of late Pop Conceptual artist John Baldessari (1931–2020) is staggering under the weight of dual multimillion-dollar lawsuits, one of which it filed, and one of which it is

Vija Celmins, Olafur Eliasson, and Diébédo Francis Kéré Win Praemium Imperiales

Latvian American artist Vija Celmins has been named a winner of Japan’s 2023 Praemium Imperiale Award for painting while Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson received the honor for sculpture, and

Art Basel Miami Beach Reveals 2023 Exhibitors List

Art Basel Miami Beach has named the 277 galleries participating in its 2023 iteration, slated to run December 8–10, with preview days on December 6–7. The number represents a slight

Mara Manus to Lead Pioneer Works

Brooklyn nonprofit Pioneer Works today announced Mara Manus as its next chief executive officer. Manus was previously executive director of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA). In

Purloined van Gogh Returned in Ikea Bag

A $6.9 million painting by Vincent van Gogh that was stolen in a 2020 smash-and-grab at a Laren, Netherlands museum, was handed over to a detective this past weekend in

Curatorial Team Announced for 16th Sharjah Biennial

The Sharjah Art Foundation, which organizes the Sharjah Biennial, today revealed the five-person curatorial team that will shape the event’s sixteenth iteration. Natasha Ginwala, Amal Khalaf, Zeynep Ö

Investor Group in Talks to Buy San Francisco Art Institute Campus

A group of philanthropists and arts patrons are said to be looking into purchasing the recently bankrupted San Francisco Art Institute’s two-acre Russian Hill campus with the intention of reopening

STEVE RODEN (1964–2023)

Minimalist artist Steve Roden, whose discipline-spanning work explored the interstices between sound, form, and color, died at home in Pasadena, California, on September 6 at the age of fifty-nine. He

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Updated July 8, 2023  by Ryan Lutz