April 2020 Art News

This short video explores Jean-Honoré Fragonard's iconic 1767 painting The Swing. 
In a move to adapt to the changing art market, auction powerhouse Sotheby’s has announced a new platform for online art sales.
Since the early 2000s, architects Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello (Rael San Fratello) have developed numerous proposals for interventions and alternatives to the United States-Mexico border wall. Many of their designs were inspired by stories of “people who, on both sides of the border, transform the wall, challenging its existence in remarkably creative ways.” Their work reimagines the wall in ways that range from playful (volleyball net) and infrastructural (solar panels) to natural (cactus wall).
When a small Dutch museum reported that a precious Vincent van Gogh painting was stolen from their galleries in a raid overnight, authorities were left scrambling for clues.
A five-minute slow-looking exercise to enjoy the details of Joseph Mallord William Turner's 'Rain, Steam and Speed'.
Longing for social interaction during this time of isolation and lockdown, we looked to Los Angeles—the City of Angels—to find solo shows exhibiting artists who deal with communal concerns from a variety of individual angles.
Los Angeles Harbor College Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Evenso, current works by Katy Crowe and Coleen Sterritt.
In the decades since its completion in 1970, Robert Smithson’s massive work has become the most famous work of Land Art in the world.
Victoria Heilweil's ongoing project, #dailybeautyintheageofcoronavirus, began with a shelter in place order. Each day she photographs the beauty that she finds on her daily walk in the Mission District, SF where she resides.
Curated from the art collection of Gary Nader, this Sale is now live for bidding.
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