6 Press Releases

Tag: Ruth Asawa

  • Art World

    2021 Art Market Predictions From Art Advisor Elisa Carollo

    Photo of Elisa Carollo. After witnessing the cancellation of almost every major art fair in 2020, making art market predictions for 2021 is an intimidating task. Elisa Carollo, art advisor and Milan Editor of Art She Says, was nonetheless up for the challenge when Auction Daily spoke with her earlier…

    2021 Art Market Predictions From Art Advisor Elisa Carollo1
  • Art Industry

    San José's Museum of Art's 50X50: Stories of Visionary Artists from the Collection

    San José, California (August 13, 2020)— In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the San José Museum of Art (SJMA) has published a free digital publication titled 50X50: Stories of Visionary Artists from the Collection, highlighting fifty artists from its permanent collection.50X50 focuses on the lifelong work of visionaries such as Ruth Asawa, Firelei Baez, Enrique…

    San Josés Museum of Arts 50X50 Stories of Visionary Artists from the Collection
  • Auction Preview

    Post War + Contemporary Art

    In an interview with the Smithsonian American Art Museum, contemporary artist Deborah Butterfield connected her work with her passion for karate and horseback riding: “Each day, whether it’s in the studio or with your horse or in the dojo, you hope that you come to some point of harmony and…

    Julian Stanczak Conservative Green- Minus
  • Auction Preview

    Contemporary Art Day Auction

    In the upcoming Contemporary Art Day Auction presented by Sotheby’s Auction, are pieces that explore modern art and abstraction. Categories in the auction include oil on canvas, mixed media, photographs, sculptures, and more. A leading lot in this auction was sculpted by Ai Weiwei, a Chinese artist Representing Ai  in…

    Wayne Thiebaud RIPLEY STREET RIDGE (1)
  • Auction Preview

    Made in California

    Bonhams presents the Made in California auction. Each of the auction’s 86 lots is a piece of contemporary fine art produced by an artist with a strong connection to California. The lot with the highest estimated value is an untitled set of two hanging forms made of brass wire by…

  • Disputing the Origins of Four-Legged Treasures

    New York and Boston butt heads over more than sports teams: Try 18th-century walnut chairs whose origins are at the center of a controversy. The chairs, unsigned pieces with shell carvings on their knees and backs, descended in wealthy New York families including the Apthorps and Van Cortlandts. Some scholars…

    Gossamer webs of wire by Ruth Asawa