Art in the News: August 19 – September 1

Art in the News collects international, national and local tidbits to bring the art world to you.  What news escaped our radar?  Email us at gallery@kiechelart.com to have news included in our biweekly roundup.

International: 

  • A $250,000 “gamma ray camera” may be the key to finding da Vinci’s missing painting.  Read more.
  • Berlin show brings major renaissance portraits together for the first time.  Read more.
  • Rhino horns stolen across Europe and the U.S. Read more.
  • Why has art theft increased two-fold in the last decade? Read more.
  • One hundred years of famous art heists.  Read more.

National:

  • Picasso, Stein and Dutch masters in four San Francisco shows.  Read more.
  • LACMA’s bond rating drops. Read more.
  • American Folk Art Museum future dims as it runs out of options.  Read more.
  • Charlotte’s Mint Museum shows Southern influence on  Romare Bearden.  Read more.
  • An exhibition devoted solely to Degas nudes to open in Boston.  Read more.
  • Former NYC dealers lift $15m in art.  Read more.
  • After 30 years, collector recovers stolen paintings, is awarded $3m. Read more.
  • Thief walks out of NY gallery with $100,000 painting.  Read more.
  • New documentary offers insight on Mona Lisa theft.  Read more.

Local

  • Kiechel Fine Art presents mini-exhibitions, Work Under $500, on display through September 9. See show. 
  • Exhibit of paintings and drawings by Keith Jacobshagen opens Sept. 6 at Gallery 92 West.  Read more.
  • Lincoln’s fall performing arts calendar available at LJS.  Read more.
 
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