Ii Tech Suspicion on Robbins’ painting, ‘white’ painted, and more – Morning Links for September 27, 2021

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The real paragraph? Friday, Vatican Museums The long title “Peter and Paul by St. Raphael and Fran Bartholomew – Roman supporters” unites those two pictures of the apostles Frame Bartholomew Conceived, held by the Vatican, and its design, by Uffizi In Florence. It is the first type of cooperation between the two institutions, the A.P. Reports, and for the renovation and research of the event, confirm this Raphael Many believe that St. Paul was finished. Meanwhile, A. Rubens as if National Gallery In London, Samson and Delilah (1609-10) Decides that he does not accept 150 other paintings by the artist. Guardian Reports. The work was purchased at the museum in 1980 for 2.5 2.5 million, and some have questioned this behavior. A spokesman for the museum said he was awaiting the publication of the investigation so that it could be “properly evaluated.” Last but not least, and b Guardian: Inheritance Francis Bacon In the new book, the artist’s friend suggests that he may have done some of the work that was included in his bacon donation. Tate In 2004. That friend, Barry JuulHe said he was “angry” and considered legal action.

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Branch: The power plant Miami Design The exhibition will be part of a three-year partnership with the local real estate threat, and will host a trade fair in Doha, Qatar. Art Newspaper Reports. The exhibition has a similar show on the pipeline for Shanghai in November. Miami, meanwhile Rubel Museum It aims to open the much-anticipated Washington DC branch by the end of next year. Art News Reports. Collectors Don And Mera Rubel The incoming branch (formerly junior high school) in 2010 from Corcoran Art College + Design. Real Estate Enterprise Lowe He is preparing a project that will include a 12-story apartment building. Details of the new location exhibition program are still unknown.


Billionaire philanthropist Walter Scott, Long-term business associate Warren Buffett Served as chairman Jossen Art Museum He died in Omaha, Nebraska, for ten years, on Saturday at 90. [Georgia Public Broadcasting]

After the entire epidemic was closed, Lium, A large Seoul museum operating in the cell Samsung Cultural Foundation, Will reopen next month. He said the museum had been renovated during the long sleep period. [The Korea Herald]

A chain of crafts that hinder the Bible Hobby Lobby Filed a lawsuit Dirk Obbink, McArthur’s “Genius” winner and former University of Oxford Professor, while I was selling the stolen artifacts from the university collection to him Bible Museum In Washington, D.C., the objection denies such allegations. [The New York Times]

More heritage: News says Mexico has recovered 16th-century copies it claims were stolen from Mexico City’s national archives with the help of US officials. [The Art Newspaper]

Want to spend some time with artists? That is a good day.

  • Tom Sachs Took Designbom Through the latest space-themed show on it Deichtorhallen Hamburg In Germany.
  • Shazia Cicander Spoke to PBS NewsHour About the current exhibition at Morgan Library and Museum In New York.
  • Korakrit Arunanchachai Interviewed with Art Newspaper He spoke about the opening exhibition at Migros Museum In Zurich.
  • And Amalia Ulman Discussed with Vogue About the first film director, El Planet, Now filtered in New York; Wide release on the road.


The colors are coming – Artist Anish Copper He is using the darkest in the world. His arch-nemesis, Stuart Sample, He developed the most precious rose in existence. Now Professor of Mechanical Engineering at University of Durham, Xiulin Ruwan, Created the whitest white β€” perhaps the whitest β€” and may be able to help cool features that can withstand global warming. Architecture Grinding Reports. Sounds great, but how? One interior designer told the magazine: β€œIt’s a beautiful shade with modern vibration. Of course, your space should look big and reflect light. It looks like something out of the ordinary Daniel Arsham Can he be happy? [Architectural Digest]

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