February 2024 Art News

Elton John said goodby to his Atlanta home through a series of eight sales.
The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism, The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s blockbuster exhibition, defines the Black cultural movement as a contemporary force.
Major Miami art collector and patron, Rosa de la Cruz, who founded one of the first art galleries in Miami, died on February 25 at the age of 81.
A work by Austrian Expressionist artist Egon Schiele is currently the subject of a battle between the Art Institute of Chicago and the Manhattan District Attorney’s office.
Brice Marden’s large-scale painting, Event, is expected to bring in over $30 million when it goes up for auction in May, setting a new record for the artist, and more news from the week.
While renovating the childhood home of Paul Cézanne in Aix-en-Provence, restorers found a mural by the artist, which will be celebrated in 2025.
In these final chilly days of winter, Art & Object offers a selection of interesting films to watch about artists and the art world. Enjoy!
These rock formations and their carvings have been found to date back a staggering 8,200 years ago.
Jeff Koons sends 125 sculptures to the moon, a museum director calls for the return of a missing painting, and more news.
Widely recognized as a symbol for love and affection, the heart shape has evolved over centuries.
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