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Category: Photography

  • Auction Industry

    University Archives' online auction on Wednesday, August 19, promises to be the biggest, most diverse in company history

    The full catalog, showing all 351 lots, is online for bidding and viewing now, at the newly revamped University Archives website (www.UniversityArchives.com). United States flag flown aboard the Apollo XIII space mission in 1970, with a NASA certificate signed by all three astronaut crew members (est. $18,000-$20,000). WESTPORT, CT, UNITED…

    University Archives online auction on Wednesday August 19 promises to be the biggest most diverse in company history
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    The Athlete- Photographs by Walter Iooss, Jr.

    With a career of more than four decades, Walter Iooss is considered one of the world’s foremost sports photographers. His photographs mostly capture the renowned athletes of the 1960s through the early 2000s, from Muhammad Ali to Lebron James. The upcoming auction, presented by Christie’s, will offer 38 photographic prints…

    WALTER IOOSS JR. (B.1943) Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles, CA, 2000
  • Exhibitions

    Youth for Human Rights Announces Virtual Art Contest for International Day of Peace 2020

    Human rights inspire artists to create works of art to spread the message of tolerance and peace Art Contest WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- This year, as tensions rise in communities across the country, Youth for Human Rights is launching its National Human Rights Contest to inspire…

    Youth for Human Rights Announces Virtual Art Contest for International Day of Peace 2020
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    Design

    A Swiss sculptor, painter, printmaker, and draftsman, Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966) lived mostly in Paris but often paid visits to his hometown of Borgonovo to connect with his family and art. Surrealism and Cubism were the two major artistic styles that influenced his body of works. One of the highlights of…

    YOICHI OHIRA
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    Legends, Landscapes, and Lovelies | Photographs

    The assassination of Robert Kennedy on June 5th, 1968 came as a shock to many Americans. Three days after the unfortunate incident, a funeral train took Kennedy from New York to his final resting place in Washington, D.C. As the train carried on its journey, thousands of people gathered along…

    CHRIS LEVINE - EQUANIMITY
  • Auction Industry

    Hindman to Offer Unique Blend of Post War Art and Design in One July Auction

    Chicago – This carefully curated collaborative auction offers works from some of the most important names in art and design from the second half of the 20th century. Sophisticated acquisition opportunities are available for connoisseurs and savvy emerging collectors alike, including examples by Sol LeWitt, Chuck Close, Keith Haring, Christo,…

    Hindman to Offer Unique Blend of Post War Art and Design in One July Auction
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    Firearms, Militaria, & Ephemera

    18th-century powder horns served as both utilitarian items and canvases for art and political dissent. One of the leading American powder horn carvers of the time was Jacob Gay, a craftsman who signed many of his pieces with his initials. A powder horn from 1758 attributed to Gay will be…

    William M. Boss Tweed, signed portrait
  • Art Fairs

    Step Into the Online Viewing Rooms for Intersect Aspen

    Stephen Wilkes, Grizzly Bears Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada, Day to Night, 2018. Courtesy of Robert Klein Gallery, Boston. Intersect Art and Design (formerly Art Aspen) is the new name of the reenvisioned art fair. It will be an online-only event in 2020 due to COVID-19, and will resume its…

    Step Into the Online Viewing Rooms for Intersect Aspen
  • Exhibitions

    Six-Decade Career Retrospective of Photographer Martha Cooper Opens This October at Urban Nation Museum in Berlin

    180th Street Station Platform, the Bronx, 1980. Copyright Martha Cooper. Combining photographs and personal artifacts, MARTHA COOPER: TAKING PICTURES traces her life from her first camera in nursery school in 1946 to her reputation today as a world-renowned photographer. This retrospective (from October 2nd 2020 to August 1st 2021) is the…

    Six Decade Career Retrospective of Photographer Martha Cooper Opens This October at Urban Nation Museum in Berlin
  • Exhibitions

    “Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal…” brings contemporary art and urgent insight to Cincinnati

    Hank Willis Thomas (American, born 1976), Amandla, 2014. Silicone, fiberglass, metal finish, 51 3/16 × 29 15/16 × 20 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. © Hank Willis Thomas CINCINNATI— See, listen and speak clearly with powerful multimedia art addressing equality and the power of joy.…

    Hank Willis Thomas All Things Being Equal brings contemporary art and urgent insight to Cincinnati
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    Photography Auction

    Antonio Caballero’s journey as a photographer started when he received a Brownie Fiesta camera from his stepfather. He started his career as a photojournalist working for major Mexican media houses. However, his career took a pivotal turn in 1955 when he worked for Cine Mundial, a publication specializing in celebrity…

    MARCEL DEL CASTILLO, Analogías orgánicas #5, Unsigned, Inkjet print
  • Exhibitions

    Pets Of The Pandemic: Artist Open Call

    Alpha 137 Gallery announces an artist Open Call and online charity art exhibition to benefit Best Friends Animal Society. Many pets have been helping us through the COVID-19 crisis, but many have also been left homeless due to changing circumstances brought on by the pandemic. In an effort to help…

    Pets Of The Pandemic Artist Open Call
  • Art Fairs

    Lawrence Fine Art to participate in Hamptons Virtual Art Fair

    Lawrence Fine Art is delighted to announce that it will participate in the first Hamptons Virtual Art Fair.  The gallery will present work by a group of well-known first and second generation New York School artists, including Robert De Niro, Sr., Vivian Springford, Amaranth Ehrenhalt, Seymour Fogel, Melville Price and…

    Lawrence Fine Art to participate in Hamptons Virtual Art Fair1
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    July Summer Art & Antiques

    Tinsel pictures gained popularity in 19th-century America as an evening activity between mothers and daughters. Crafting these pictures was later used to calm wounded soldiers in the Civil War. Coming to auction as part of the July Summer Art & Antiques event, presented by Neue Auctions, is a set of…

    Jimi Hendrix Poster
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    Antique American Stereoviews

    Stereoviews were considered among the first forms of 3D photography. Popular between 1860 and 1920, two nearly identical photos were taken with a stereoscopic camera and then developed, printed, and mounted next to each other. They were then looked at through a stereoscope, where the image could be seen in…

    Antique Real Photo Stereoview Train Bridge New York
  • Art Industry

    Lot-Art CEO Francesco Gibbi Discusses Art as a Financial Investment

    "Art investment is a synergy between passion and finance," says Mr. Gibbi Francesco Gibbi at the 2018 Venice Film Festival. Much of Auction Daily’s coverage focuses on the aesthetic value and historical significance of pieces coming to auction. Francesco Gibbi, founder and CEO of Lot Art- The Art Investment Platform,…

    Lot-Art CEO Francesco Gibbi Discusses Art as a Financial Investment1
  • Auction Industry

    Crocker Art Museum Hosts a Series of Exclusive Benefit Auctions on Bidsquare

    NEW YORK — Bidsquare is proud to partner with the Crocker Art Museum in hosting a series of auctions now through July 18th, benefitting many aspects of the valued institution. The catalogs feature 200 + artworks, many of which are created by artists in the Museum’s permanent collection. The support…

    Crocker Art Museum Hosts a Series of Exclusive Benefit Auctions on Bidsquare6
  • Exhibitions

    Museum of Russian Icons reopens July 17 with two new exhibitions

    CLINTON, MA– The Museum of Russian Icons will be reopening on Friday, July 17 with two new exhibitions: The Long Way Home: A Photographic Journey with Gordon Lankton, featuring 40 stunning photographs from the museum founder’s life-changing mid-20th century motorcycle adventure from Germany to Japan; andTradition & Opulence: Easter in Imperial Russia, an…

    Museum of Russian Icons reopens July 17 with two new exhibitions
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    20th Century, Modern & Contemporary Fine Art

    In the upcoming 20th Century, Modern, & Contemporary Fine Art auction, pieces from Charles Demuth, Marcel Duchamp, Gene Davis, and Andy Warhol will be featured. Demuth was an American painter from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He primarily worked with watercolors, then turned to oils later in his career. He developed a style…

    David Shapiro (1944-2014)- Mudra II
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    Music Memorabilia Online Sale

    From a John Lennon gift box to an Elvis Presley hand-painted poster, the upcoming Bonhams Music Memorabilia Online Sale presents a range of items from the music industry. A signed guitar from Keith Richards is among the featured lots. According to the auction house, this is believed to be the…

    A BEATLES FOUR-TIMES PLATINUM DISC AWARD FOR THE BEATLES LIVE AT THE BBC