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Penske Media Acquires Leading Art Publication ARTFORUM
Article date: Thursday, December 8, 2022

Penske Media Acquires Leading Art Publication ARTFORUM

Penske Media Corporation (PMC) has acquired Artforum International Magazine, a leading voice in the contemporary art world. Artforum will join PMC’s constellation of brands as it celebrates its 60th anniversary year.

Veronica Ryan Wins Turner Prize 2022
Article date: Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Veronica Ryan Wins Turner Prize 2022

The Turner Prize 2022 has been awarded to Veronica Ryan it was announced this evening at a ceremony at St George’s Hall, Liverpool. The £25,000 prize was presented by musician Holly Johnson during a live broadcast on the BBC.

Museum to Return Original Beethoven Score to Heirs
Article date: Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Museum to Return Original Beethoven Score to Heirs

A musical manuscript handwritten by Ludwig van Beethoven is getting returned to the heirs of the richest family in pre-World War II Czechoslovakia, whose members had to flee the country to escape the Holocaust.

Art Basel's 20th Anniversary Edition Closes with Buoyant Sales and Large Attendance
Article date: Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Art Basel's 20th Anniversary Edition Closes with Buoyant Sales and Large Attendance

Art Basel celebrated its landmark 20th-anniversary edition in Miami Beach, signaling two decades of growth and impact by Art Basel as a cultural cornerstone in South Florida, across the Americas, and beyond.

DISENTANGLING ARCHIVES - How We Are Entering a New Era: The Case of Pixelache Helsinki
Article date: Saturday, December 3, 2022

DISENTANGLING ARCHIVES - How We Are Entering a New Era: The Case of Pixelache Helsinki

Disentangling archives give us the ability to enter a new era as we disposition between organic and artificial telepathic communication. In this article, the aim is to overcome digital colonization of the human brain by analyzing the 20 years of the Pixelache archive.

Daniel Libeskind Selected to Transform the Iconic Antwerp Boerentoren into a New Public Cultural Hub.
Article date: Friday, December 2, 2022

Daniel Libeskind Selected to Transform the Iconic Antwerp Boerentoren into a New Public Cultural Hub.

Daniel Libeskind and his studio have been selected to transform the iconic Boerentoren into a new public culture tower where visitors can enjoy spectacular exhibitions, a sculpture garden, a bookshop and a panoramic viewpoint over Antwerp.

National Gallery Secures Resolution to Grant Planning Permission for Suite of Capital Projects
Article date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022

National Gallery Secures Resolution to Grant Planning Permission for Suite of Capital Projects

The National Gallery has secured resolution to grant planning permission from Westminster City Council for a series of sensitive adaptations to its buildings on Trafalgar Square to create a world-class welcome to the millions of visitors it receives each year.

Rijksmuseum Acquires Monumental Ebony Cabinet Designed with Mother of Pearl Masterwork by Herman Doomer
Article date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Rijksmuseum Acquires Monumental Ebony Cabinet Designed with Mother of Pearl Masterwork by Herman Doomer

A rare cabinet by the Netherlands’ leading cabinetmaker of the 17th century was recently acquired by the Rijksmuseum and goes on display from tomorrow in the Gallery of Honour.

The 59th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia Closes with Over 800,000 Tickets Sold
Article date: Monday, November 28, 2022

The 59th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia Closes with Over 800,000 Tickets Sold

The 59th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia registered a record attendance with over 800,000 tickets sold – plus the 22,498 people who attended the preview – the number of visitors marked a 35% increase over the 197 days of the exhibition.

Yto Barrada and Füsun Köksal Win The 4th Edition of Mario Merz Prize in Art and Music Category Respectively
Article date: Monday, November 28, 2022

Yto Barrada and Füsun Köksal Win The 4th Edition of Mario Merz Prize in Art and Music Category Respectively

Yto Barrada has been selected as the winner of the Mario Merz Prize fourth edition in the Art category. Füsun Köksal has been selected as the winner of the Mario Merz Prize fourth edition in the Music category.

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Anna Melnykova, "Palace of Labor (palats praci), architector I. Pretro, 1916", shot with analog Canon camera, 35 mm Fuji film in March 2022.

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