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ARTES MAGAZINE

Fine Art Notebook

  • Articles by Jenifer Mangione Vogt

    Articles by Jenifer Mangione Vogt

    Leonardo Lost & Found Leonardo Lost & Found- South Florida Opulence/SPRING 2014 South Florida Opulence, Spring 2014 Rosenbaum Contemporary at Art Wywnood 2014 http://rosenbaumcontemporary.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/rosenbaum-contemporary-at-art-wynwood…
    - 24 Jan 14, 6:40am -
  • A Beautiful Gift from Andrew Stevovich

    A Beautiful Gift from Andrew Stevovich

    If you follow my blog and writing, you know that Andrew Stevovich is one of my favorite American artists.  I was first introduced to Andrew’s work in 2009 when I reviewed his show at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.  It was love at first sight.  I…
    - 17 Jul 13, 12:34pm -
  • Slapping God’s Hand

    Slapping God’s Hand

    HBO has been replaying one of my all-time favorite films, “Six Degrees of Separation.”  Have you seen it?  I suppose the reason I love this film so much has a lot to do with the fact that art plays a starring role and it was released the same y…
    - 19 Jun 13, 10:44am -
  • The Cat Show @ White Columns

    The Cat Show @ White Columns

    How could I not post about this ? Cats are finally getting their day at an exhibit that opens on June 13th at White Columns in New York City.  I have to admit that when I first got the email about this show, I quickly deleted it. I love cats, but I…
    - 31 May 13, 5:14pm -
  • Filling the Void: Fabiano Parisi in Miami

    Filling the Void: Fabiano Parisi in Miami

    There are a few days left to catch the exhibit Fabiano Parisi: Empire of Light at the Diana Lowenstein Gallery in Miami.  The show ends this Saturday, May 31st. Empire of Light is a series that Parisi began in 2007 and in which he photographs abando…
    - 30 May 13, 7:15am -
  • Solo Show for Elle Schorr

    Solo Show for Elle Schorr

    Tomorrow night, Saturday, May 25, 2013, a one-woman exhibit of the work of Palm Beach-based artist Elle Schorr will be on view from 7 till 11 pm at Project Fine Art by Helium Creative in the FAT arts district in Fort Lauderdale.  For more info visit…
    - 24 May 13, 1:04pm -
  • Cheryl Maeder in Icons & Images

    Cheryl Maeder in Icons & Images

    The exhibit “Icons & Images” opens tomorrow night, Saturday, May 18, at Curator’s Art Voice Projects during the monthly Wynwood Art Walk.  The show will feature work from Palm Beach-based artist Cheryl Maeder. I’m a fan of Maeder’s work wh…
    - 17 May 13, 5:45pm -
  • Manet: Portraying Life

    Manet: Portraying Life

    Earlier tonight I saw the one-night only documentary, “Manet: Portraying Life” that chronicled the exhibit at the Royal Academy in London.  The film’s producers said that they were looking to reach the over 40 crowd.  Well, from what I saw in…
    - 11 Apr 13, 10:12pm -
  • Gaelin Rosenwaks at the Liman Gallery

    Gaelin Rosenwaks at the Liman Gallery

    I caught a great show last week on my second visit to Palm Beach’s Liman Gallery.  This time it showcased work by a young artist named Gaelin Rosenwaks.  I was as equally impressed by this show as I was by the Emily Zuch show I’d seen there a f…
    - 27 Mar 13, 10:46am -
  • Charmed by Palm Beach’s Liman Gallery

    Charmed by Palm Beach’s Liman Gallery

    Last week, I trekked up to Palm Beach — and I mean way up beyond Worth Avenue to near where The Breakers is — to review a show of work by Emily Zuch at the Liman Gallery.  I’m so glad I did.  I really fell in love with this gallery, which occ…
    - 7 Mar 13, 1:59pm -
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Saatchi Online Magazine

  • One to Watch: Jean-Luc Almond (United Kingdom)

    One to Watch: Jean-Luc Almond (United Kingdom)

    Jean-Luc Almond is a UK-based artist who received his BFA in 2013 from the City & Guilds of London Art School. He was the winner of The Cass Art Commission of the National Open Art Competition, Somerset House (2014); he was […]
    - 15 May 15, 4:44pm -
  • One to Watch: Gala Knörr (United Kingdom)

    One to Watch: Gala Knörr (United Kingdom)

    Gala Knörr is an emerging artist from Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. She earned her BFA in Fine Arts from Parsons The New School for Design in Paris; she later received her MFA from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. Her […]
    - 8 May 15, 6:24pm -
  • One to Watch: Georg Oskar Giannakoudakis (Iceland)

    One to Watch: Georg Oskar Giannakoudakis (Iceland)

    Georg Oskar Giannakoudakis is an emerging artist living in Iceland. He studied at Akureyri School of Visual Art in Iceland and will be graduating from his MFA at Bergen Academy of Art and Design in Norway in 2016. Georg primarily […]
    - 1 May 15, 2:07pm -
  • #SaatchiArtCelebrates This Month’s Art Submissions

    #SaatchiArtCelebrates This Month’s Art Submissions

    Thanks to everyone who participated in this past month’s #SaatchiArtCelebrates on Instagram! For those who don’t know, this is Saatchi Art’s way of celebrating the creative community of artists on Instagram. Not only is this a great way to sha…
    - 29 Apr 15, 2:39pm -
  • Inside the Studio: A Closer Look Inside Several Saatchi Art Artist Studios

    Inside the Studio: A Closer Look Inside Several Saatchi Art Artist Studios

    Christopher Stacey At Saatchi Art, we know that one of the most exciting ways to discover a new artist is to see them in action inside their studio space. Every week, we invite our collectors to take a peek into […]
    - 23 Apr 15, 5:48pm -
  • One to Watch: Iliad Sabchi (Turkey)

    One to Watch: Iliad Sabchi (Turkey)

    Iliad Sabchi is an emerging artist who currently lives and works in Turkey. Originally from Tabriz, Iran, his current body of work deals with themes of nothingness, the concept of matter, and peace. He creates large-scale and colorful abstract pain…
    - 23 Apr 15, 12:59pm -
  • Inside the Studio: Nigel Bird (France)

    Inside the Studio: Nigel Bird (France)

    Nigel Bird What are the major themes you pursue in your work? Much of my work originates from the landscape and the natural environment. My recent work has as much to do with the process of making it, as it […]
    - 22 Apr 15, 8:53pm -
  • Inside the Studio: Ute Laum (Germany)

    Inside the Studio: Ute Laum (Germany)

    Ute Laum What are the major themes you pursue in your work? My works are very much inspired by nature. I live in a very thinly populated area on the German Baltic Sea coast which is characterized by very special […]
    - 22 Apr 15, 8:23pm -
  • Inside the Studio: Anna Schueler (Germany)

    Inside the Studio: Anna Schueler (Germany)

    Anna Schueler What are the major themes you pursue in your work? My paintings are created from an attempt to capture the unknown that moves us. I want to make the invisible, visible. I may feel inspired by a situation, […]
    - 22 Apr 15, 8:13pm -
  • Saatchi Art has been Nominated for a Webby Award: Please Vote!

    Saatchi Art has been Nominated for a Webby Award: Please Vote!

    Have you heard? Saatchi Art has been nominated for a Webby Award! The Webby’s annually recognize excellence in digital design, advertising, mobile, and more. The Saatchi Art App has been nominated for Best Mobile App in the Lifestyle category. Th…
    - 20 Apr 15, 7:36pm -

Tips for Fine Arts Collectors

  • Restore a Painting

    Restore a Painting

    Should you do the minimal amount of work or make it look its best? (See the short video testimonial) Virginia Panizzon, Art Conservator   Restoring a vintage oil painting often involves options of treatments to choose from. If you are not experience…
    - 26 Sep 16, 2:17pm -
  • Oil Painting Rip Repair – Las Vegas – Steve Wynn’s Picasso

    Oil Painting Rip Repair – Las Vegas – Steve Wynn’s Picasso

     When Steve Wynn put his elbow through his $165 million Picasso, he probably got more world-wide publicity value that the painting was worth!! And that doesn’t include the “help” in selling the “damaged” painting through the insurance sett…
    - 23 Dec 15, 2:44pm -
  • Examine a Painting with UV Light Art Collector Use of Black Light
    If you invest seriously, then you understand the concept of “due diligence.” Never was this caveat more applicable than in the purchase of art and antiques. But I constantly talk to veterans in the art field that think that looking at a painting…
    - 24 Aug 15, 10:54pm -
  • Valuable Ripped Oil Painting Is Thrown in the Trash!

    Valuable Ripped Oil Painting  Is Thrown in the Trash!

    A damaged, ripped vintage oil painting from about 1915 of Saint Mark’s Square in Italy by American expatriot artist Colin Campbell Cooper was pulled from a dumpster by an antiques scavenger and sold to an art dealer who knew the works of the artist…
    - 18 May 15, 6:16am -
  • Was the Mona Lisa Painted Twice? Well, actually…

    Was the Mona Lisa Painted Twice? Well, actually…

    Maybe 30 years ago I was visiting the conservation lab at the LA County Museum of Art and was surprised to see on the easel the Mona Lisa. I was mostly surprised because I knew that the one we’ve all seen never leaves the Louvre… so, what was THI…
    - 16 Dec 14, 11:34am -
  • Thug Who Punched $10 Million Monet Painting Convicted

    Thug Who Punched $10 Million Monet Painting Convicted

    Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, Monday, December 8, 2014 for Artnet News Andrew Shannon, the man who punched a hole through a Claude Monet painting worth $10 million in June 2012, has been sentenced to five years in prison, Metro reports. The attack took pl…
    - 9 Dec 14, 10:57am -
  • 200 year old painting newly restored returns to Mission San Juan Capistrano

    200 year old painting newly restored returns to Mission San Juan Capistrano

    A 200 year old painting that is original to the mission but had fallen into disrepair was covered over and hidden for 40 years in the Mission San Juan Capistrano’s Serra Chapel. Newly discovered a few months ago, the deplorable condition of this pr…
    - 31 May 14, 1:56am -
  • What Is A Collectible Worth? Risk Management Issues

    What Is A Collectible Worth? Risk Management Issues

    What is junk and what is a treasure? Is it authentic? What is something worth? This is the mystery and business of collectibles, antiques, memorabilia and art industry and the appeal behind the Antiques Roadshow. As you might imagine, just anybody’…
    - 8 Mar 14, 10:13am -
  • Patch a Painting? Here’s the Proof!!

    Patch a Painting? Here’s the Proof!!

    I’m often asked, “Should I patch a painting on canvas”? When I answer that there are a myriad of problems that result in the long term preservation and appearance of the artwork, the “listener” doesn’t seem to get it, because I’m often…
    - 26 Feb 14, 10:51pm -
  • LA ART SHOW – Booth of Fine Art Conservation Laboratories
    THE LA ART SHOW HELD AT THE LA CONVENTION CENTER PROMISES TO BE A BIG DEAL ONCE AGAIN THIS YEAR (LAST YEAR WAS THE BIGGEST ATTENDANCE EVER) WITH LOTS OF CREATIVITY AND BEAUTY TO SEE AND ENJOY. IN FACT, IT’S A PARTY! I LOVE THIS SHOW AND LOVE BEING…
    - 20 Dec 13, 1:26pm -

Too Much Art

  • Interview at “Savvy Painter”

    Interview at “Savvy Painter”

    * * * I’m pleased to announce that Antrese Wood, host of the invaluable podcast Savvy Painter, has posted a conversation we had a while back about the vagaries of representation, abstraction and other pictorial concerns. I hope you give it a list…
    - 20 days ago, 27 Jul 17, 8:49am -
  • “Vik Muniz/Afterglow: Pictures of Ruins” at The Palazzo Cini Gallery

    “Vik Muniz/Afterglow: Pictures of Ruins” at The Palazzo Cini Gallery

    Installation view of “Afterglow: Pictures of Ruins” at Palazzo Cini; courtesy of ArtNews * * * Just off Campo San Vio, at roughly the midpoint between the Gallerie dell’Accademia and The Peggy Guggenheim Collection, is The Palazzo Cini Gallery,…
    - 40 days ago, 7 Jul 17, 12:16pm -
  • “Mark Tobey: Threading Light” at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    “Mark Tobey: Threading Light” at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    Mark Tobey, Crystallizations (1944), tempera on board, 18 x 13″; courtesy the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University * * * There are numerous ironies hovering around “Mark Tobey: Threading Light,” not least of whi…
    - 55 days ago, 22 Jun 17, 12:25pm -
  • “Wildly Erratic/Utterly Coherent”: The Art of John Graham

    “Wildly Erratic/Utterly Coherent”: The Art of John Graham

    John Graham, Head of a Woman (1954), oil, chalk, ballpoint pen, colored pencil, pencil, brush, pen, and ink on tracing paper, 24-1/4 x 18-7/8″; Collection of Leonard and Louise Riggio, New York. Photo by John Labbe. * * * The following review was o…
    - 63 days ago, 15 Jun 17, 12:00am -
  • “New Gallery/New Work” at Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NY

    “New Gallery/New Work” at Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NY

    * * * I’m pleased to announce that a recent painting of mine will be on display in “New Gallery/New Work”, an exhibition at Elizabeth Harris Gallery. More information can be found here.
    - 72 days ago, 6 Jun 17, 12:00am -
  • “Independent Visions: Helene Schjerfbeck and Her Contemporaries” at Scandinavia House

    “Independent Visions: Helene Schjerfbeck and Her Contemporaries” at Scandinavia House

    Helene Schjerfbeck, Self Portrait with Red Spot (1944), oil on canvas, 45 x 37 cm; courtesy Ateneum Art Museum/Finnish National Gallery * * * The magic of painting is in how an accumulation of color can encapsulate and elaborate upon lived experienc…
    - 76 days ago, 1 Jun 17, 12:19pm -
  • Candor Not Kitsch; The Paintings of Florine Stettheimer

    Candor Not Kitsch; The Paintings of Florine Stettheimer

    Florine Stettheimer, Nude Self-Portrait (ca. 1915), oil on canvas, 48-1/4 x 68-1/4″; courtesy Art Properties, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, gift of the Estate of Ettie Stettheimer * * * The following review originall…
    - 84 days ago, 24 May 17, 9:24am -
  • “Alexei Jawlensky” at The Neue Galerie

    “Alexei Jawlensky” at The Neue Galerie

    Alexei Jawlensky, Portrait of Marie Castell (1906), oil on board, 21 x 19-1/2″; courtesy of The Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome O. Eddy * * * Among the initial observations prompted by “Alexei Jawlensky” at…
    - 1 May 17, 12:00pm -
  • Barkley L. Hendricks (1945-2017)

    Barkley L. Hendricks (1945-2017)

    Barkley L. Hendricks, Slick (Self-Portrait) (1977), oil on canvas; Collection of the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA * * * This review was originally published in the December 16, 2008 edition of The New York Observer. In an interview with Thelm…
    - 24 Apr 17, 7:20am -
  • “The Mysterious Landscapes of Hercules Segers” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    “The Mysterious Landscapes of Hercules Segers” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Hercules Segers, The Mossy Tree (ca. 1625-30), lift-ground etching printed in green, on a light pink ground, colored with brush/unique impression, 6-5/8 x 3-7/8″; Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of A…
    - 1 Apr 17, 12:00am -
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