"Artful Storytelling" is an all-female panel discussion taking place during Miami Art Week. Featured panelists will be engaging in an intimate conversation exploring storytelling across various platforms, including visual art and digital media. Panelists will further explore the evolving modes of artist representation as they relate to the contemporary art market, and the trends, both digital and analog, in the industry.
A contrasting pair of record-breaking portraits helped art drive wine off the top of the Yeelen Group Luxury Investment Index in 2017. Andrew Shirley is blown away by the numbers
Kensington Palace Gardens, also known as Billionaire's Boulevard, is the most expensive street in Britain. The average property price on this half mile strip of road overlooking Kensington Gardens is £41 million and at the top end homes can fetch £200 million or even more.
The gallery seeks to nurture a vibrant art scene outside Miami’s Art Basel season, with an eclectic assembly of artists reflecting the city’s many global influences.
Last year's record-setting Basquiat sale inspired forgers to come out of the woodwork, says one art authenticator.
YEELEN Group is pleased to present SUBTEXT, a large-scale exhibition featuring the work of New York City-based artist Wyatt Gallery in collaboration with Hank Willis Thomas, during Art Basel Miami Week, Dec 5th-10th 2017 and extended through March 16, 2018.
More than 150 years after his death, J.M.W. Turner’s reputation stands as Britain’s favourite artist. ‘He shocked his contemporaries with loose brushstrokes and vibrant colours,’ says art critic Alastair Sooke as he walks through galleries at Tate Britain, an institution he describes as ‘the storehouse of Turner’s artistic legacy’.
Artists are selected by the Museum’s curatorial staff with each represented by a number of works, a kind of mini solo exhibition, so that visitors gain a deeper understanding of the artist’s current practice. The exhibition is also accompanied by a substantive catalog.
In Six Self-Portraits, Warhol assembles six variations of his iconic 1986 ‘fright wig’ self-portrait, his disembodied face emerging from darkness in a series of intimate 22 x 22-inch canvases. His sculpted, mask-like face, bathed in dramatic contrast, resembles a skull.