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Friday 22 October

Modern art now represents René Daniels
Modern Art gallery in London now represents the Dutch painter René Daniels. Based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Daniëls often makes use of allegories and ambiguities. In one of his best-known series, a three-walled structure is sometimes shown floating above an abstract landscape amid bow ties. This fall, the gallery presented a group of paintings the artist made between 1980 and 1987, the same year he suffered a brain hemorrhage that left him unable to paint or draw for decades. Daniëls has been the subject of personal exhibitions in places such as the WIELS Contemporary Art Center in Brussels, the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid and the MAMCO in Geneva.

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Madison Avenue Fall Gallery Walk to Spotlight 44 Art Spaces
More than 40 galleries are lined up to participate in this year Madison Avenue Fall Gallery Walk, an event which will take place on Saturday in New York and which is organized in collaboration with ARTnews. Among the events scheduled for the series are a talk by a director of Galerie Gmurzynska on an exhibition of Christo on view and a guided tour of Hauser & Wirth’s Erna Rosenstein exhibition by a director there. The Acquavella galleries, the Petzel gallery, Skarstedt and many others are also expected to participate. Full programming is available on the Madison Avenue Fall Gallery Walk website.

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Tuesday 19 October

Sotheby’s sells Hebrew manuscript for a record $ 8.3 million.
Tuesday, Sotheby’s set a record price for an illustrated prayer book in German Hebrew dating from the late 13th century to the beginning of the 14th century for $ 8.3 million. The book sold twice its low estimate of $ 4 million. The result makes the manuscript the most expensive Hebrew prayer book ever sold at auction. The book was sold from the collection of the Alliance Israélite Universelle (AIU) support the educational initiatives of the establishment. An American collector with significant holdings of medieval Hebrew manuscripts purchased the book, according to Sotheby’s.

The Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement unveils the list of artists for the 2021 edition
The Biennial of the Moving Image announced the artists participating in its 2021 edition, which opens in Geneva on November 11. Entitled “A Goodbye Letter A Love Call A Wake-Up Song”, it is organized by Andrea Bellini, director of the Center d’Art Contemporain Genève, and DIS, a New York collective made up of Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso and David Toro, who will also present a new film. Participating artists are Emily Allan & Leah Hennessey, Theo Anthony, Riccardo Benassi, Will Benedict & Steffen Jørgensen, Hannah Black & Juliana Huxtable & And Or Forever, Giulia Essyad, Simon Fujiwara, GRAU, Mandy Harris Williams, Camille Henrot, Sabrina Röthlisberger, Akeem Smith and Telfar. Each artist will produce a new piece of moving images for the exhibition.

Toledo Museum of Art appoints curator of American art
The Toledo art museum in Ohio appointed Erin Corrales Diaz as the new curator of American art, starting next month. Corrales-Diaz will be responsible for leading the museum’s American art collection and working with the curatorial team on the relocation of the museum’s collections, with the goal of making art historical narratives more accessible to the public. In a report, Adam levine, the director of the museum, said: “Erin sheds new and original light on the history of American art. His important perspective will expand our view of what defines American art.

Monday, October 18

Emma Enderby appointed Chief Curator of Haus der Kunst
The Haus der Kunst in Munich appointed Emma Enderby as its chief curator. Enderby is currently a curator at The Shed, an arts space in New York City where she has curated exhibitions dedicated to Ian Cheng, Agnes Denes and others. She will remain as General Curator there and is expected to continue working on an exhibition by Tomás Saraceno for the Shed before starting at the Haus der Kunst in November. “Emma’s broad interdisciplinary expertise combined with her deep commitment to visionary artistic practices will be a fundamental contribution to the new avenues of Haus der Kunst” Andrea Lissoni, said the artistic director of the institution in a statement.

Hawai’i Contemporary announces details of Hawai’i Triennale
Contemporary Hawaii announced the list of artists and locations for the inauguration Hawaii Triennial, which will take place from February 18 to May 8 in seven exhibition venues spanning the Hawaiian island of O’ahu, including the Bishop Museum, Foster Botanical Garden, Hawai’i State Art Museum, Honolulu Museum of Art and the Royal Hawaiian Center. Entitled “Pacific Century – E Ho’omau no Moananuiākea”, it will feature 43 international and native Hawaiian artists, including Ai Weiwei, Theaster Gates and Herman Pi’ikea Clark. Each artist and collective will present new commissions exploring the themes of post-colonization and climate change in a local context.

The Getty Museum acquires a rare painting by Bassano
The Getty Museum in Los Angeles acquired the monumental 16th century painting The miracle of the quail (1554) by the Venetian artist Jacopo Bassano. Measuring around seven feet tall, it is one of the largest works executed by the artist and has never been exhibited publicly before. The painting depicts the biblical episode of Moses and the Israelites avoiding famine in the desert after a flock of quails fell from the sky. In a statement, Getty director Timothy Potts said the work would be installed in early November as a centerpiece in the museum’s 16th-century gallery of northern Italy paintings, alongside works by Titian, Véronèse, Savoldo, Lotto and Dosso Dossi.


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