December 2023 Art News

Here are 11 of the most surprising facts about the history of the Louvre.

It’s a thrifter’s dream: buy a small painting for $4, find out it's incredibly rare, and come out on the other side of an auction with over $100,000. That is what happened to Tracy Donahue, a New Hampshire resident who became famous in 2017 for finding a work by American painter and illustrator N. C. Wyeth at a thrift store.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that it will be repatriating looted sculptures to the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Thailand.
For our third piece on Marco Almaviva, we explore the meaning of the archive.
This week, the Louvre Museum in Paris announced that it will raise its entrance ticket price by nearly 29 percent to €22 ($23.70) on January 15, 2024.

What started as a small avenue in which Pantone could engage with the design community in 1999 has blossomed into a worldwide event each December when the Color of the Year (COTY) is announced.

Updating a landmark 2001 exhibition, art historian and curator Robert Storr brings together 40 artists for Eye Infection, a show that examines the blemishes in America’s self-image.
A conflict broke out on the platform X between New York Magazine’s senior art critic Jerry Saltz and artist Refik Anadol over a negative review of Anadol's 2022 A.I.-fueled work Unsupervised—Machine Hallucinations—MoMA.
The Metropolitan Museum has announced the artists for the 2024 commissions: Petrit Halilaj, Lee Bul, and Tong Yang-Tze.
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