Art Industry News: Tate Pays Six Figures to Artist Who Sued Discrimination + Other Stories – artnet News | Candle Made Easy

Art Industry News: Tate Pays Six Figures to Artist Who Sued Discrimination + Other Stories - artnet News

Art Industry News is a daily round-up of the most momentous developments in the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Monday, August 8th. MUST READ Horniman Museum returns 72 Nigerian objects – London’s Horniman Museum will return 12 Benin bronzes, a brass tap, a key to the Royal Palace … Read more

Unfolded Landscapes – Landscape and Poetics in Contemporary Ukrainian Art at the Art and History Museum in Brussels | odessa-journal.com – Odessa Journal | Candle Made Easy

Unfolded Landscapes – Landscape and Poetics in Contemporary Ukrainian Art at the Art and History Museum in Brussels |  odessa-journal.com - Odessa Journal

Main photo: Stepan Ryabchenko “Unfolding Landscapes” A unique collaboration between the European External Action Service, the Museum of Art and History and Horizon 50/200 asbl brings this impressive exhibition to Brussels. 42 Ukrainian artists or artist groups in the fields of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, installation and video present more than 80 works in the … Read more

Recognizing the talents of women | TheSpec.com – Hamilton viewers | Candle Made Easy

Rita Letendre, Mirage, 1958, oil on canvas.

There is a great little exhibit upstairs in the Art Gallery of Hamilton. It features a dozen works by women artists – Canadian and international, historical and contemporary – all from AGH’s permanent collection. The AGH says about 12 percent of their permanent collection is from women. Female artists, especially historical ones, still don’t get … Read more

Philly Culture on a Budget: Where to Find Discounts on Art, Nature, and History – Billy Penn | Candle Made Easy

Philly Culture on a Budget: Where to Find Discounts on Art, Nature, and History - Billy Penn

In a world full of bougie tourist guides and TikTok travel destination suggestions, it’s easy to forget that there’s plenty to see in Philadelphia without breaking the bank. Whether you’re visiting the city or are a resident wanting to see more sights, there’s plenty to do at a discounted price — too much to fit … Read more

What does the future hold for the Asian art market? A Q&A with Hong Kong collector Alan Lo on the awakening of the next dormant regional hub – artnet News | Candle Made Easy

What does the future hold for the Asian art market?  A Q&A with Hong Kong collector Alan Lo on the awakening of the next dormant regional hub - artnet News

Asia has long been one of the most lucrative art markets in the world. For years, the art world flocked to Hong Kong, regarded as the shimmering capital of the Asian art market, driven by the “one country, two systems” principle that gave Hong Kong a measure of freedom from the mainland Chinese government. For … Read more

Comment: Ancient ceramic art is alive and well in St. Louis – St. Louis Public Radio | Candle Made Easy

Comment: Ancient ceramic art is alive and well in St. Louis - St. Louis Public Radio

I recently interviewed the young Vincent Stemmler about his artistic work. He describes himself as a multimedia artist and uses many non-traditional materials. When he first started talking about ceramics, he said he was pushing ceramics beyond the traditional boundaries of what the medium is thought to be. Then I thought of my friend and … Read more

Editorial: We see ourselves through the self-portraits of Roanoke Valley artists – Roanoke Times | Candle Made Easy

Editorial: We see ourselves through the self-portraits of Roanoke Valley artists - Roanoke Times

The task: Create a self-portrait. Art history is full of self-portraits. The great masters of all times – Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Albrecht Dürer, Jan Van Eyck, Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo – have infused their depictions of themselves with flourishes of their style and pieces of their soul, creating captivating images to last forever. … Read more

Commentary: Teachers should be free to teach | Opinion Columns | union-bulletin.com – Walla Walla Union bulletin | Candle Made Easy

Commentary: Teachers should be free to teach |  Opinion Columns |  union-bulletin.com - Walla Walla Union bulletin

The pandemic-related chaos of the past two years has brought to light a decades-old scandal in American education: Education bureaucrats have failed the communities they claim to serve. As students were forced to stay at home during the COVID-19 lockdowns and online classes were streamed into their homes, many were parents – who send their … Read more