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London art exhibition addresses Arab pasts to ‘envision bright futures,’ says artist

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Source: Arab News

An art exhibition “addressing Arab pasts to imagine futures full of solidarity, progress and unity” has debuted at a gallery in London, drawing people from different Arab backgrounds, according to the artist.

Born in Los Angeles, Massoud Hayoun draws upon his Tunisian, Moroccan and Egyptian heritage to explore notions of belonging, identity and systems of power through his work, exhibiting 14 canvases drawn from his critically acclaimed memoir “When We Were Arabs: A Jewish Family’s Forgotten History,” published in 2019 by The New Press in New York.

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What are the best galleries in London? Artists choose their favorites

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Artists named some of London’s most visited galleries including the Royal Academy and Tate Modern among their favorites.

They also picked smaller, contemporary galleries such as The Gilbert & George Centre and the Estorick Collection, a townhouse in the Islington area.

The artists also gave insider tips — such as going to an auction house to see top art for free.

London has long been home to some of the world’s leading art galleries — Tate Modern, Somerset House and the National Gallery are among the U.K.’s most visited attractions.

Read more: https://www.cnbc.com/2024/07/03/what-are-the-best-galleries-in-london-artists-choose-their-favorites.html

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London’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition presents mix of art stars and newcomers

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From a sculpted athletic torso pierced by metal rods to a skull adorned with glittering decorations, the Royal Academy’s eclectic Summer Exhibition has something for everyone.

The Royal Academy of Arts’ legendary summer exhibition is underway in London.

From big name artists, like Tracey Emin, to new and emerging talent, more than 1,700 works are on display across 13 gallery spaces.

The Royal Academy selects renowned artists like Emin as Royal Academicians, granting them membership in the historic institution. Currently, there are fewer than 100 Academicians, so each year, about two-thirds of the exhibited works are by non-members.

Read more: https://www.euronews.com/culture/2024/06/28/londons-royal-academy-summer-exhibition-presents-mix-of-art-stars-and-newcomers

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PuckA Preview of Christie’s and Phillips’ London Art Sales

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A preview of the Phillips and Christie’s London sales, including a number of important works that may define—or rewrite—the narrative coalescing around the current art market.

Sotheby’s London Evening sale took in £83.6 million ($106 million) with 46 of 51 works sold. The hammer ratio was a passable 1.03. Those are the official statistics. But three lots were withdrawn, including the £6 million Tamara de Lempicka nude. If we included those lots, the hammer ratio falls to .94, or pretty much where we’ve been all through the first half of the year.

Even in soft sales there can be strong showings. Tonight, Françoise Gilot posted her ninth-highest auction price, for a 1944 self-portrait that made $457,200. A bouquet of lilacs that Pierre-Auguste Renoir painted in 1878 sold for more than 2.5 times the estimate to make $8.7 million. Cy Twombly, Lucio Fontana, Alberto Giacometti, Alexander Calder, Agnes Martin, and Lucy Bull all had good nights, too. Jean-Michel Basquiat “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Derelict”MARION MANEKER • June 23, 2024London Art Fogloic gouzerMARION MANEKER • June 18, 2024Loic Gouzer’s Imaginary Collectionlarry gagosianMARION MANEKER • June 16, 2024Basel’s New Money & a Gagosian Ouster.

Read more: https://puck.news/preview-of-christies-philiips-london-art-sales/

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