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ARTFUSE News

07/08/2023 by: Ryan Lutz

ARTFUSE ranked #14 for art news is NYC-based online magazine with International covering of major galleries.  Much of the exhibitions featured highlight diversity and underrepresented artists and topics. Established in 2009, ARTEFUSE began showcasing contemporary art exhibitions, reviews, and artist interviews. Its home office is located in New York City, USA.

FBI Detains Estranged Husband of Slain Manhattan Art Dealer, Citing Potential Flight Risk

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has taken into custody Daniel Garcia Carrera, the estranged husband of murdered Manhattan art dealer Brent Sikkema, following suspicions of his involvement in the

Art Basel Hong Kong 2024 closes to significant sales and a bristling local scene, marking the show’s return to full scale and largest edition since 2019

The 11th edition of Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Basel’s premier fair in Asia, concluded today, offering local and international audiences a vibrant overview of the region’s flourishing art scenes. Marking

Artist Opportunities: April and May 2024 via Creative Capital (Artist Opportunities)

American Library in Paris Visiting Fellowship Deadline: April 1, 2024 The Visiting Fellowship offers writers and researchers an opportunity to pursue a creative project in Paris for a month or

Renowned Artist Richard Serra, Master of Monumental Sculptures, Passes Away at 85 (News)

Richard Serra, the visionary artist whose monumental abstract sculptures reshaped museums, public spaces, and landscapes, has passed away at the age of 85. His lawyer, John Silberman, confirmed that Serra

Gallery Hopping in Chelsea: Delcy Morelos at Dia Chelsea | Lee Krasner at Kasmin Gallery | Noritoshi Mitsuuchi at Ross + Kramer Gallery | Salomón Huerta at Harper’s Gallery, NYC (Video, Exhibitions)

 0:00 Delcy Morelos at Dia Chelsea 3:24 Lee Krasner at Kasmin Gallery 5:15 Noritoshi Mitsuuchi at Ross+Kramer Gallery 7:21 alomón Huerta at Harper’s Gallery Delcy Morelos: El abrazo at

Pro-Palestine Activists Stage Protest at the Met, Displaying Oversized Quilt on Museum’s Steps, NYC (News)

In New York City, a large assembly of activists convened outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, urging the institution and its board members to sever connections with companies profiting from

Artist Lynthia Edwards claims that Deborah Roberts’ lawsuit alleging infringement is tantamount to defamation.

Lynthia Edwards, an artist represented by Richard Beavers Gallery, recently responded to a lawsuit by collage artist Deborah Roberts in September 2022. Roberts alleged that Edwards deliberately infringed upon her

Making Their Mark Curated by Cecilia Alemani at The Shah Garg Foundation, NYC (Exhibition)

The Shah Garg Foundation is currently presenting "Making Their Mark," an extraordinary exhibition featuring the works of over 80 pioneering women artists spanning eight decades. Curated by Cecilia Alemani, Director

Noah Becker’s Double Portraits at Not For Them Studio, NY (Review of Exhibition)

Noah Becker: Real & Imaginary  at Not For Them Studio 28 Locust Street, Brooklyn, NY February 22 – April 1st, 2024. What does it mean to have a twin? When

The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2024 (News)

The art market remains resilient, despite a slowdown in sales. In 2023, the market value eased, decreasing by 4% to an estimated USD 65 billion The eighth edition of The Art

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ARTFUSE News
Updated July 8, 2023  by Ryan Lutz