Sunday, September 19, 2021
Bharti Kher. Photo: Courtesy the artist

Bharti Kher, Contemporary Indian Art

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Born in 1969 in London, United Kingdom, and from Indian parents, Bharti Kher is a contemporary British-Indian artist. Her areas of expertise are painting, collage, photography, installation, and she had worked with sculptures too.
Peju Alatise - Just-One-Night (photo: afroculture.net)

Trending Contemporary African Artists to Keep an Eye on

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The large continent is full of artists, not just El Anatsui, who has been the only artist that Westerners can cite as an African artist for the last 40 years. For years, contemporary African art has been attracting the attention of investors and collectors worldwide and even more in recent years.
Darren Bader launches Inventory for artists and galleries. Photo: Christies

Online Inventory for Artists and Sotheby’s Prepares Reopening of Galleries – Art News

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The world seems to be running at a slower pace at the moment with more than half of humanity being confined due to the coronavirus pandemic. But this didn’t stop the art world from moving forward.
Tonto and the Lone Ranger, 2014, bronze with patina. Photo: Courtesy of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

A Portrait of David Bradley

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David Bradley’s art tells you stories about his commitment to social and political issues, especially those affecting first nation Americans. His paintings tell tales about American commercialism and the Indian tourist culture. But his love of native Americans doesn’t stop him from some gentle ridicule.
Revue Noire 01, published in 1991. Photo: revuenoire.com

The Magazine of African Art “Revue Noire”, and Art News of the Week 2...

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The magazine “Revue Noire” had shown the artistic creation of the African continent within the international scene. Now the book “Revue Noire—Histoire Histoires—History Stories” tells how this famous magazine was created in 1991. Art news of the week 2-8 November 2020.
Installation by Liu Wei. Photo: Mousse Magazine

Liu Wei – A Bold and Aggressive Artist

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He’s a rebel and an unconventional artist. Liu Wei has ambition; his work is fearless and chaotic, known as a thorn in the side of the Chinese art world, this artist is a student of change.
Almost Gone, 1959. Photo: Christies

Canada Speaks to Peter Doig

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Peter Doig was born in 1959 in Scotland, lived in Trinidad and Canada, moving back to Britain in 1979. It is easy to see the influences of these countries played in Doig’s work. Doig is an expert in mood and texture; his work draws the viewer into the scene with his ability to create depth and feeling. The results are often solitary, cold and bleak without being dull or flat.
Eniwaye Oluwaseyi, The Breakfast (2020). Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Destinee Ross-Sutton 2020

Speculation on the Black Artists Market and Art News of the Week 10 –...

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Luchita Hurtado died last August 13 at age 99 in his home in Santa Monica, United States. Tarek Atoui has won the Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation prize for 2022.
Artwork in the GAWU series. Photo: WikiCommons

El Anatsui – The Godfather of Recycled Art

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El Anatsui is a very clever and gifted artist. No one else can do what he does and make it look that easy. Born in 1944 in Ghana the youngest of 32 children, El Anatsui is the godfather of recycled art.
Benny Andrews. Photo: macdowell.org

Benny Andrews and Art News of the Week 31 November – 06 December 2020

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The exhibition “Benny Andrews: Portraits, a Real Person Before the Eyes” includes the largest number of Benny Andrews’ works that have been shown together and that represent a period of work of 35 years....