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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.

Suhanya Raffel Gets Appointed CIMAM President from 2023–2025
Article date: Saturday, November 26, 2022

Suhanya Raffel Gets Appointed CIMAM President from 2023–2025

Suhanya Raffel, Director of M+ Hong Kong, has been appointed CIMAM President for the 2023-25 period by the outgoing and newly elected Board members.

M+ Presents the Asia Premiere of HUMAN ONE by Pioneering Digital Artist, Beeple in Hong Kong
Article date: Friday, November 25, 2022

M+ Presents the Asia Premiere of HUMAN ONE by Pioneering Digital Artist, Beeple in Hong Kong

M+, a museum of contemporary visual culture in Hong Kong, is set to present the Asia premiere of groundbreaking generative digital sculpture HUMAN ONE by Beeple, a leading figure in digital art and design.

LS Lowry’s Iconic Painting "Going to the Match" is Back Home at The Lowry to Public Display
Article date: Friday, November 25, 2022

LS Lowry’s Iconic Painting "Going to the Match" is Back Home at The Lowry to Public Display

This important work of art has been on public display in The Lowry’s galleries since it opened in 2000, on loan from the Professional Footballers’ Association. Following their decision to sell it, there were no guarantees that future owners would share the commitment to keeping the work on public view and free to access.

Norval Foundation and The Sovereign Art Foundation Reveal Shortlist for The Norval Sovereign African Art Prize 2023
Article date: Friday, November 25, 2022

Norval Foundation and The Sovereign Art Foundation Reveal Shortlist for The Norval Sovereign African Art Prize 2023

Norval Foundation and The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) today announced the names of 30 artists shortlisted as finalists for the second edition of The Norval Sovereign African Art Prize, an annual award for contemporary artists from Africa and its diaspora.

Lina Ghotmeh to Design 2023 Serpentine Pavilion, Design Revealed
Article date: Thursday, November 24, 2022

Lina Ghotmeh to Design 2023 Serpentine Pavilion, Design Revealed

Lebanese-born, Paris-based architect Lina Ghotmeh, has been selected to conceive the 22nd Pavilion. Ghotmeh’s Pavilion will be unveiled at Serpentine South in June 2023 with Goldman Sachs supporting the annual project for the 9th consecutive year.

Art Basel Hong Kong Promises to Stage it's Largest Show Since 2019 with Leading International Galleries and Robust Program
Article date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Art Basel Hong Kong Promises to Stage it's Largest Show Since 2019 with Leading International Galleries and Robust Program

Art Basel has announced the list of 171 leading international galleries selected for its 2023 Hong Kong show. Coming from 32 countries and territories across Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Africa, participating galleries will present Modern and contemporary works of the highest quality by emerging and established artists.

Huge Horde of Celtic Gold Coins Stolen from Celtic and Roman Museum in Manching, Germany
Article date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Huge Horde of Celtic Gold Coins Stolen from Celtic and Roman Museum in Manching, Germany

Huge horde of ancient gold coins dating back to around 100 B.C. has been stolen from a museum in southern Germany, police said Tuesday.

The Brooklyn Museum Expands Collection with Over 200 Acquisitions
Article date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

The Brooklyn Museum Expands Collection with Over 200 Acquisitions

Highlights include a rare example of nineteenth-century Lenape (Delaware) beadwork; contemporary works by Miles Greenberg, Oscar yi Hou, and Liza Lou; photographs by Laurie Simmons and Mahtab Hussain; an important Egyptian talatat relief block; and several additions to the Arts of the Islamic World, Asian, Contemporary, Decorative Arts, and Feminist Art collections.

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