1. Catching up with Donald Sultan

    We caught up with artist Donald Sultan in his incredible Manhattan studio.
    The artist is best known for his massive still lifes and landscapes, and noted for his use of abstracted black forms against areas of bright color.

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  2. Good news for those planning a trip to romantic Paris this summer: After a multimillion restoration and nearly 10-year-long absence, the Louvre’s beautiful collection of 18th-century decorative arts will go back on view starting June 6. 

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  3. Banksy strikes again - the street artist’s latest mural pokes fun at government surveillance 

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  4. Take a look at the top 10 most expensive British artists working today. 

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  5. Easter has come to Dean & Deluca #nycegghunt (at Dean & Deluca Cafe)

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  6. From the Guggenheim’s censorship issues to the top 20 New York shows, catch up on the latest art world news. 

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  7. Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

    Pablo Picasso 

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  8. Alvar Aalto Beehive Pendant Lamp is a Scandinavian Design Classic. Aalto (1898-1976) was one of the greatest names in modern architecture and Scandinavian design and a pivotal figure in the international modernist movement. From light fixtures and furniture to modern architecture, his design was minimal yet sophisticated while offering a timeless quality. The brilliant Beehive pendant lamp is a flawless modernist design icon.

    An elegant classic that would be an excellent addition for any design-lover’s home, this ceiling lamp is coming up at auction at Bukowskis Helsinki

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  9. In bed with Marilyn 

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  10. The art world on Instagram: our top picks this week. 

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  11. Planning a little gallery hopping over the weekend? We’ve got you covered with reviews of 20 spectacular shows by 7 art critics. 

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  12. Kasia Kay Art Projects

    If you’re in Chicago, Kasia Kay Art Projects is celebrating the opening of their latest show tonight, Rim Lee: Father’s Law. 

    An internationally collected Korean artist, the exhibition features mixed media paintings showcasing a range of Rim Lee’s practice from her realist and surrealist approaches to her most recent abstract inventions. An overall focus on the intensity of human emotion is palpable throughout, while an evolution of her ideas is revealed as the pieces unfold. 

    Rim Lee: Father’s Law opens tonight at Kasia Kay Projects, a space known for creating a continuous dialogue with both a local and global communities. 

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  13. Arts Conference in Luxembourg

    We’re delighted to to be a sponsor of Deloitte’s 7th annual Art & Finance Conference in picturesque Luxembourg, which takes place on September 18 this year. The conference takes place in a different major cultural city each year, and has already been held in Maastricht (2013), London (2009), Paris (2010), Miami (2011), and Basel (2012). Covering a range of topics from the Tax aspects of the Luxembourg Freeport to the transformation of the global art market, we’re excited to be in attendance again this year. 

    Find out more. 

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  14. Portrait of an icon: the inimitable Kate Moss captured by Chuck Close

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  15. Browsing the James Franco show at @pacegallery

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