Damien Hirst’s New A.I. Project, Which Asked Collectors to Generate Their Own Paintings, Earned Him $20 Million in Nine Days

Richard Whiddington, April 21, 2023 Damien Hirst with a Beautiful Painting, 2023. Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd. The Beautiful Paintings, Damien Hirst’s most recent project of A.I.-generated works, has proved a lucrative venture for the British artist and his technological collaborator, HENI. In a nine-day sale that ended on April 10, Hirst sold 5,508 paintings…

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‘Homes are a mirror of ourselves’: Annie Leibovitz joins Ikea as inaugural artist in residence

As part of Ikea’s Artist in Residence Programme, Annie Leibovitz will spend 2023 travelling the globe to capture how people live in their homes Emma O’Kelly21 April 2023 Until 30 April 2023, the Flexform Milano showroom in Via della Moscova is hosting a mainly black-and-white photography exhibition celebrating the company’s history. The show – ‘Portraying Design,…

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How Anna Weyant became the art world’s hottest property

By Erica Nardozzi For Dailymail.Com 11:46 22 Mar 2023, updated 15:39 22 Mar 2023 Anna Weyant has become the toast of the art world after several of her works fetched more than $1 million at auction last year, but it’s not just her paintings that have raised her profile. The figurative painter, 27, set tongues…

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Art Dub-AI: artificial intelligence is latest buzzword at fair

The event’s 16th edition has an expanded digital section—here’s what sold so far Aimee Dawson 3 March 2023 The Artnewspaper.com   Artist Refik Anadol has created a new immersive installation Glacier Dreams in the Julius Bär Lounge at Art Dubai 2023 Art Dubai (until 5 March) is always a momentous occasion in the local glitterati…

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Art world insiders on Brexit, three years on

Vitriolic, resigned, hopeful: Brexit has undoubtedly caused upset and inconvenience to the UK art world, but opinions are divided on the industry’s prospects in the longer term Lasting scars: Anish Kapoor’s 2019 work A Brexit, A Broxit, We All Fall Down makes his views clear on the UK’s decision to leave the EU. Three years…

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Emotional Landscapes and Eco-Surrealism: L.A. Art Insiders Ponder What Comes Next After the End of the Figuration Boom

Alina Cohen (Artnews) Joshua Nathanson, Already Gone (2022). Courtesy of Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Seoul. When Frieze Los Angeles opens to the public this week, cultural stakeholders from all over will swarm the Santa Monica airport, seeking an intelligible narrative about the state of contemporary art—in a city famous for its lack…

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The best photographs of 2022

December 27, 2022   The AP Team, core AP Contributors and Picture Editors share their favourite photographs of 2022. The AP Team’s best photographs of 2022 Our images of the year. At AP we see thousands of stunning images each year, so it’s a challenge to pick out the best. Here are our favourites from…

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Investing In Art in 2022 – Where To Start

Chris Kendall looks at how to start investing in art This week I’d like to talk to you about why this is a great time to be investing in art, but first I’d like to set out some of the thinking behind what we offer. Those that I’ve been fortunate to chat with previously will…

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