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The Phillips auction sale New Now in London on the 13 July 2021 presented a collective artwork The ‘Phytocene’ NFT, a « non fungible token », sold for £10 000, created by the musician Agoria, the Oscar-winning sound designer Nicolas Becker and the biophysicist Nicolas Desprat, produced and curated by the artist residency 91.530 Le Marais.
Using the human condition as a guideline, Jean David Nkot builds through his work, the archives of the anonymous of his time. He exposes the faces history will forget. Those the governments ignore. Workers, migrants, but above all, human beings. The composition of his paintings – detailed, almost cinematographic – track the lives of the characters of the captured moment. No word is needed. Their gaze pierces the visitor until it reaches their soul.
Han Bing, a young Chinese versatile artist, openly accuses the consequences of globalization and stresses us to focus on love as the answer to the contemporary crisis. around past and present art memory, taking form in an immense body of photography artworks.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi, in partnership with the watch brand Richard Mille, is launching a new annual exhibition to spotlight the work of emerging artists who will also receive $50,000.
The new exhibition series, titled “Louvre Abu Dhabi Art Here,” will be conducted via an open-call process for contemporary artists working in any media to submit proposals to show work in the museum’s Forum space.
Tokyo’s Olympic Agora opened on 1 July. The cultural hub features works by artists from Japan and around the world. Among the highlights are a light sculpture called Solidarity + Collaboration (2021) by Japanese artist Makoto Tojiki and an installation by French artist Xavier Veilhan called The Audience (2020), which consists of five life-size spectators of different ages, genders and ethnicities—one in each of the Olympic colours.
A small pen-and-ink drawing attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, which lay buried unrecognized in a box for decades, is at the middle of a battle between its owner and France’s culture ministry that will play out in a Paris court on Wednesday.
The court will begin hearing if the drawing of a martyred Saint Sebastian lashed to a tree is allowed to leave France for eventual purchase by a foreign buyer.
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