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Simone Leigh Wins 2018 Hugo Boss Prize

October 20th, 2018

Simone Leigh, via Art NewsSimone Leigh was has won the 2018 Hugo Boss Prize, given every two years to a contemporary artist. The prize includes a $100,000 check and an exhibition next April at the museum. 
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FBI Investigating Alleged Art Fraud

October 19th, 2018

Antonio Marco, via Associated PressA fine art consultant in New York and an interior designer in Florida are facing charges of fraud after allegedly using an elderly woman’s identity to buy a Mark Rothko for $6.4 million and an Ad Reinhardt work for $1.16 million at Sotheby’s, AP reports. “Our discussions with the purchasers raised significant suspicion and concern for the elderly client they purported to represent and we felt it was necessary to contact the FBI,” Sotheby’s said in a emailed statement. “We are pleased that the appropriate action has been taken and the victim has been protected.”
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Jenny Holzer Profiled in New York Magazine

October 19th, 2018

Jenny Holzer, via New York MagazineJenny Holzer gets a profile in New York Magazine this week, reviewing her recent work and her approach towards creating her bracing, direct brand of text art. “I have made much of my work sex-blind and anonymous so that it wouldn’t be dismissed as the work of a woman,” she says. “I don’t want to be looked at or dismissed, or even attract anybody, as a female.”
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Mitchell-Innes and Nash

Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Lucy Mitchell-Innes and David Nash are the founders of this gallery, initially started as a private art consultancy and exhibition gallery. It specializes in featuring Impressionist, Modern, and Contemporary artists, while exclusively representing the estates of Jack Tworkov and Roy Lichtenstein. Mitchell-Innes and Nash offers many services to experienced and novice private collectors such as recommending suitable pieces for acquisition, market analysis of all fine art disciplines, and appraisals, just to name a few. 19th and 20th century paintings, drawings, and sculptures have been incorporated into its public exhibitions program, and many famous artists have displayed their works at this gallery.

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