5 Press Releases

Tag: Donald Trump

  • Auction Result

    The Graffiti Spaghetti of Mr. Doodle

    Mr. Doodle. Image from Sotheby’s. “I want to label myself ‘Mr. Doodle’ – the person who doodles everywhere,” says Sam Cox. Better known as Mr. Doodle, Cox debuted in the auction industry last spring. In August of 2020, he became an art market sensation when his painting Spring (2019) sold…

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  • Art Industry

    'Baby Trump' blimp acquired by Museum of London

    Museum of London rotunda view © Museum of London. LONDON(AFP).- The infamous blimp of outgoing US President Donald Trump dressed as a baby could soon greet visitors to the Museum on London, which on Monday announced it had acquired the inflatable effigy. "Having toured the world, the Trump Baby blimp is…

    Baby Trump blimp acquired by Museum of London
  • Art World

    State of the Market: Looking Ahead in the Aftermath of the U.S. Elections

    As the heat of the U.S. elections begins to dissipate, the art market is turning toward the future. Issues relating to wealth inequality, art funding, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will continue to affect artists, galleries, and auction houses. Some are looking to 2021 as America edges away from the…

  • Auction Industry

    Artists and Auction Houses Brace for the U.S. Elections

    In the days leading up to a major presidential election in the United States, the art market joined the push to get out the vote. Many creators turned their attention to spreading education and encouraged U.S. citizens to exercise their rights.  Shepard Fairey broke into the fine art scene with…

    Artists and Auction Houses Brace for the U.S. Elections1
  • Art Industry

    The 'Black Lives Matter' street art that contain multitudes

    The Black Lives Matter mural at Foley Square in lower Manhattan. The location has meaning because of its proximity to the federal courthouse and the African Burial Ground. Topiary Productions/Manhattan Borough President via The New York Times.by Julia Jacobs NEW YORK(NYT NEWS SERVICE).- The first word, Black, was designed by Tijay…

    The Black Lives Matter street art that contain multitudes