Museum art – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ Mon, 16 May 2022 18:16:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://expo-monet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-63-120x120.png Museum art – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ 32 32 Four Cool Museum Art Exhibits You Can See Right Now in Phoenix https://expo-monet.com/four-cool-museum-art-exhibits-you-can-see-right-now-in-phoenix/ Mon, 16 May 2022 18:16:38 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/four-cool-museum-art-exhibits-you-can-see-right-now-in-phoenix/ As the temperatures warm up, it’s good to know where to go for indoor fun. Even as we move closer to summer, the museums of the Phoenix metro continue to offer exciting new art to discover and enjoy. Here are four exhibits currently on display that you should check out. “Desert Rider” Phoenix Art Museum1625 […]]]>

As the temperatures warm up, it’s good to know where to go for indoor fun. Even as we move closer to summer, the museums of the Phoenix metro continue to offer exciting new art to discover and enjoy.

Here are four exhibits currently on display that you should check out.

“Desert Rider”

Phoenix Art Museum
1625 North Central Avenue
602-257-1880

The new exhibition “Desert Rider” at Phoenix Art Museum “explores the ways in which automotive culture in the Southwest has influenced the work of contemporary Latino and Indigenous artists who examine the intersection of motion and movement, migration, gender, sexuality, work and life. identity”, explains Gilbert Vicario, who organized the exhibition. “It is important to recognize all of the artists represented who are members of communities that have been forced to the margins of our geographic space, experiences that parallel the history of the lowrider itself. I hope guests see the impact that the local culture has had on the artists working in the Southwest and enjoy this piece of history from the land they were born in. Attendees will see artwork such as the Rainbow Painted Tires and the Pinata in lowrider form by Justin Favela; photography by Liz Cohen; and politically charged skateboard decks by Douglas Miles. The exhibit opened April 24 and runs through

While there, you can also check out “Figural Variations”, a collection of interpretations of the human form; “Farewell Photography: The Hitachi Collection of Postwar Japanese Photographs, 1961-1989,” which ends Sunday, June 26; and “Generation Paper: Fast Fashion of the 1960s”.

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Lalo Cota, The CarreraMixed media, 79 x 52 inches.

Lalo Cota/Mesa Arts Center

‘LALOLAND’

Mesa Museum of Contemporary Art
1 Main Street East, Mesa
480-644-6560

The vibrant work of local artist Lalo Cota can be found in the form of murals all over the Phoenix metro. But the new exhibition “LALOLAND” in Mesa Museum of Contemporary Art brings together 20 years of Cota’s work for a retrospective exhibition full of color and energy. The show kicked off on April 15 and will run until August 7.

While you’re there, you can also see MCAM’s other summer exhibitions, all of which end on Sunday, August 7: “Nothing In Stasis,” a collection of Monica Aissa Martinez’s depictions of the complex structures and intricate diversities of living organisms ; “Choice Cuts,” in which Tucson-based artist Laura Tanner explores social constructions of gender and class; “Sanctuary”, an in situ installation by Texan artist Eliza Au on sacred spaces; and “Somos Southwest,” an exhibit featuring works inspired by the Chicano art movement.

An image of the new Heard Museum exhibition

An image from the Heard Museum’s new exhibition “Between the Lines: Art from the No Horse Ledger Book”.

Heard Museum

“Between the Lines: The Art of the Horseless Book”

Heard Museum
2301 North Central Avenue
602-252-8840

As indigenous peoples were displaced from their native lands, traditional art forms such as rock painting and animal skins evolved. Accounting or general ledger books have become an important medium for these artists, and one of them is the subject of the most recent exhibition at the Heard Museum. “Between the Lines” is a collection of 28 drawings from a Cheyenne/Arapaho ledger created between the late 1870s and 1882. Named after the man who is said to have been the first artist to draw in the book, the book captures the work of up to six Indigenous artists who depict images of warfare, dances and horseback riding. The exhibition opened on May 6 and runs until April 23, 2023.

Also in the Heard Museum right now are “Southwest Silverwork, 1850-1940” and “Remembering the Future: 100 Years of Inspiring Art.”

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Catch Brad Kahlhamer’s “Swap Meet” show in Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

“Brad Kahlhamer: exchange meeting”

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
7374 East Second Street, Scottsdale
480-874-4666

Speaking of the ledger, this art form is one of Tucson-born artist Brad Kahlhamer’s inspirations. The work of his exhibition “Swap Meet” at SMoCA reflects his two dominant influences: indigenous iconography and the downtown art scene of 1980s and 1990s New York. The two come together in the form of paintings, sculptures, and found objects, anchored by a trailer that Kahlhamer, who currently lives in the Southeast Valley, purchased at a Mesa swap meet. The show started on February 26 and continues until October 9.

Other exhibits at SMoCA currently include “Beverly McIver: Full Circle,” which summarizes 25 years of the artist’s paintings; and “Teresa Baker: Capturing Space,” which features large-scale mixed-media murals by Los Angeles-based Mandan/Hidatsa artist.

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Quality and Quantity Analysis of the Museum Art Discount Market https://expo-monet.com/quality-and-quantity-analysis-of-the-museum-art-discount-market/ Tue, 10 May 2022 06:53:38 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/quality-and-quantity-analysis-of-the-museum-art-discount-market/ JCMR recently announced Delivery of works of art to the museum study with more than 250 market data tables and figures spread across the pages and an easy-to-understand detailed TOC on “Museum Art Handing. Delivery of works of art to the museum Industry Report allows you to get different methods to maximize your profits. The […]]]>

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– Transportation
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Market segment by Application, split into
– Public museum
– Private museum
– Museum exhibition

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Return of works of art to museums industry Estimated year: 2022

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Museum Art Handover Market – growing demand from industry professionals – Blackswan Real Estate https://expo-monet.com/museum-art-handover-market-growing-demand-from-industry-professionals-blackswan-real-estate/ Wed, 20 Apr 2022 09:15:40 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/museum-art-handover-market-growing-demand-from-industry-professionals-blackswan-real-estate/ the Market for the return of works of art from the museum accounted for XX million/billion US$ in 2022 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period 2022-2030, to account for XX million/billion US$ in 2030. Global Delivery of works of art to the museum Market is segmented by […]]]>

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Easter Peep Show! Go inside the museum’s art exhibit featuring and inspired by the beloved marshmallow treat https://expo-monet.com/easter-peep-show-go-inside-the-museums-art-exhibit-featuring-and-inspired-by-the-beloved-marshmallow-treat/ Sun, 17 Apr 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/easter-peep-show-go-inside-the-museums-art-exhibit-featuring-and-inspired-by-the-beloved-marshmallow-treat/ peepzilla Jon Bolton/Racine Art Museum “Peepzilla”, created by Cremona Weisser ask around Peeps – the sweet marshmallow treats that make it into many Easter baskets this time of year – and love-or-hate opinions are formed as fast as those that welcome enduring Christmas (and, some might say, equally indestructible) fruit cake. But the reception now […]]]>

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Jon Bolton/Racine Art Museum “Peepzilla”, created by Cremona Weisser

ask around Peeps – the sweet marshmallow treats that make it into many Easter baskets this time of year – and love-or-hate opinions are formed as fast as those that welcome enduring Christmas (and, some might say, equally indestructible) fruit cake.

But the reception now saluting Peeps on display at the Root Art Museum in Wisconsin is “over the moon,” says Lisa Englander, the museum’s director of guest relations. “When the groups arrive, we have to stop the children from running. They are so excited.”

“And then,” she says, “about 10 percent of people who come say, ‘Why didn’t I think of that?'”

What Englander thought of in 2009 was a one-of-a-kind exhibition of curated artwork incorporating or inspired by sticky candy, which in its original and most familiar forms resembles a fluffy-billed little chick or a rabbit with long ears. in neon yellow, pink, purple or blue colors.

This year 13th Annual International Peeps Art Exhibition – In sight in line, or in person through April 23 – shows 162 entries, mostly from Wisconsin and Illinois, but also from states as far apart as Massachusetts and California. Artists ranging in age from 3 to 90 submitted works including paintings, quilts, photographs and ceramics. Some are interactive; at least one is motorized.

Prince Peeps

Prince Peeps

Jon Bolton/Racine Art Museum “Peeple Rain”, a tribute to Prince, created by Julie Serbiak

But it’s the ones that incorporate the actual marshmallow that stand out, prompting a gentle warning note to visitors that reads, “Please don’t touch or eat the artwork.”

The inspiration for the show was as novel as the show itself.

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“I was depressed,” Englander says of the moment she pictured it. “It was during the dreary winter after the holidays, and February, March in Wisconsin is dark. And I walked into an aisle at my local drug store and saw all these kind of spring colors. And it’s there I got the idea.”

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peeps-brite

Jon Bolton/Racine Art Museum “Peeps+Brite”, created by Ann Burke

“At first I thought it was going to be outrageous, because it’s the ‘Peep Show’,” Englander added. “We had to work our words around it. So it became family.”

And while many Peep competitions and shows are held each spring (like this one promoted by The Washington Post on TikTok), Englander doesn’t know of any other that comes with a museum imprint and a curatorial selection.

This first year attracted about three dozen entries. The number displayed in subsequent years exceeded 200. Puns predominate. (“Hare-Do,” “Candy Warhol,” “Give Peeps a Chance,” and, of course, “Peeple” magazine, to name a few.)

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Jeff Truedell Lisa Englander with the Peeps exhibition at the Racine Art Museum

Is there a pun Englander hasn’t seen? “Pepsa’s Leaning Tower – I’ve never seen that,” she says.

But the mind matters a lot.

“One of my favorites this year is the Barbie doll in the phone booth with Peeps all over it, and you realize it’s a tribute to Teepee Hedren in The birds, threatened by seagulls. Only this doll is attacked by Peep chicks,” says museum director Bruce W. Pepich.

Art exhibition on Peeps

Art exhibition on Peeps

Jeff Truedell “Candy Warhol”, created by Darcie Muckler

“One year, we had two versions of the psychology shower scene executed at Peeps,” adds Pepich. “Hitchcock shows up pretty regularly.

When designing themes for other exhibits (the museum takes up space in a redesigned bank once robbed by John Dillinger), Pepich says he’s not afraid of humor.

“What I found wonderful about Peep’s proposal is that we are not an ivory tower,” he says, “and that makes it very clear to the public.”

Art exhibition on Peeps

Art exhibition on Peeps

Jeff Truedell “The Village People”, created by Thea Errickson

Glass artist Amanda Cosgrove Paffrath, of Racine, has participated nearly every year and crafts the Golden Peeps glass awarded to selected winners in each of three categories: adults, youth “peeps” and family/group/organization.

“It kind of takes away the goofy aspect of the art,” she says. “It’s a fun and whimsical way to get people like me, who are working artists, to work outside of our normal realm. And I think for other people, it gives them the opportunity to play with an item you might buy at Walgreens and turn it into something that goes on display in a world-class museum.”

RELATED: Baltimore Museum of Art Asks Security Guards to Host Their Own Exhibit

Danny Ferron, 51, is a film and television actor and special effects makeup artist in Delaware Water Gap, Penn., who describes himself as a “Peeps artist extraordinaire.” He says being chosen as a first-time exhibitor this year has legitimized his passion for photographing Peeps in cellphone dioramas among those who, he admits, look skeptically on his pursuit. His entry, “Peeps in a Tub,” placed them in a soap dish which he filled with bubbles made from whipped cream, or maybe shaving cream (he can’t remember which),” and two little rubber duckies with the felt napkins.”

Peep Floyd

Peep Floyd

Jon Bolton/Racine Art Museum “Peep Floyd: One More Peep in the Wall”, created by Paul and Rob Madsen and Mike Meyer

“Especially during the pandemic, it’s become my therapy,” Ferron says.

Why photography? “Because photographs don’t go soft,” he says, “and they don’t melt.”

Says Englander: “There are people who work with Peeps as a medium outside of the show. I didn’t know about that. It’s all a cult thing.”

Art exhibition on Peeps

Art exhibition on Peeps

Jeff Truedell “Peep Zoom Meeting”, created by Evelyn Vorwald

The call for applications goes out each fall, with submissions due March 31; about 90 percent are walk-in.

“We don’t take everything. We can’t,” says Englander.

Size Matters; one rejected piece was over 4 feet long.

Ukraine Peeps

Ukraine Peeps

Jon Bolton/Racine Art Museum “Peepidarity”, created by Rebecca McGowa

And apart from horror films, other themes emerge. In 2016, Trump portraits — “some were pro and some were dumb” — were a thing.

“It was really good,” says Englander.

Tributes to Ukraine have made an appearance this year.

“I always get asked, ‘Has this been done?'” she says. “And I say, ‘Well, it’s been done, but you’ll do it differently. “”

It’s a matter of consequence that food is banned as an element of displays – which only begs the question, what is a Peep anyway, other than a creative building element?

Englander does not eat them. Paffrath, the glass artist either.

“I’m not a huge marshmallow fan,” says Paffrath. “But I buy them every year for my kids’ Easter baskets and the kids love them.”

“I’m more of a chocolate eater than a marshmallow eater,” she adds. “But I’m not a hater.”

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Art by a UTC student presented at the Hunter Museum Art Symposium | Features https://expo-monet.com/art-by-a-utc-student-presented-at-the-hunter-museum-art-symposium-features/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/art-by-a-utc-student-presented-at-the-hunter-museum-art-symposium-features/ A UTC student was again one of the presenters at the Hunter Museum of American Art’s annual student symposium, titled “The Politics of Choice” and hosted by a UTC professor. Madison Cothern presents John Milton’s portrayal of Satan in Lost paradise. Saturday, April 9, 2022 Screenshot by Allie English, photo editing assistant Madison Cothern, UTC […]]]>

A UTC student was again one of the presenters at the Hunter Museum of American Art’s annual student symposium, titled “The Politics of Choice” and hosted by a UTC professor.






Madison Cothern presents John Milton’s portrayal of Satan in Lost paradise. Saturday, April 9, 2022




Madison Cothern, UTC senior, presented her slideshow on John Milton’s Paradise Lost during the April 9 online event. Dr. Stephen Mandravelis, assistant professor of art history, led the Zoom discussion with Adera Causey, curator of education at the museum.

“I was very excited because it was a project I had been working on for almost two years,” Cothern said.

The Hunter’s Spring 2022 exhibition, “Beyond the Frame,” inspired the theme for the symposium. The exhibition celebrates the 70th anniversary of the museumand anniversary and explores their acquisitions during this period.

Cothern explained how Milton transformed the character of Satan into a more relatable figure and how it has stood the test of time since the poem was published in the 1600s. She included the characters Hamlet, Harley Quinn and Rick from ” Rick and Morty” in his presentation.

“One of the main reasons these works are still preserved today is their cultural relevance,” Cothern said. “Because these works of art were deemed artistically significant, so they survive.”

Mandravelis suggested the theme as a “distraction” and an alternative to COVID.

“Embracing the politically charged nature of artistic creation and collecting is a compelling mirror of our own broader social values,” she said.

Presenters spoke about race, feminism, masculinity and the AIDS crisis. They discussed Wall Street’s Charging Bull and illustrator Oscar Wilde as well as other paintings, installations and photography. Students from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Rhode Island and New York took part. Mandravelis and Causey had their own follow-up questions afterwards.

“We don’t always have UTC representation at the symposium, it really depends on that year’s submissions,” Causey said. “But this year we were thrilled to have a student from UTC who did a terrific job,” she said, referring to Cothern.

Causey said the symposium, now in its ninth year, has always been open to students across the country. The announcement is aimed at academic mailing lists from several different departments, not just art. She receives dozens of responses. Causey contacts professors, usually at a regional university, and invites them to participate and help select those invited.

“Each year we have a theme loosely related to an exhibit we have,” Causey said. “We always try to choose a theme that fits well into all programs and we will work with students working on innovative research across the country.”

“Beyond the Frame” features artwork ranging from the museum’s very first acquisition in 1952 to its latest purchase in January 2022. The museum has recently been very intentional about the type of work it has pursued, according to an interview. from the WUTC with director Virginia Anne Sharber and chief curator Nandini Makrandi. They looked at gaps in the collection and set priorities for women artists, artists of color and new media.

“The general public doesn’t really understand what artists and art historians do,” Mandracelis said. “(They) explore how the social, political, religious, racial, gender, and economic conditions of society have (been) shaped, influenced by, and in dialogue with visual culture, both past and present.”

Some other themes were crossing borders, creating and marking space, cultural exchange and “We the people”.

Mandravelis said these events provide an invaluable experience.

“There really isn’t any other opportunity for undergraduates to practice presenting their own original research,” he said, noting that it’s more typical for graduate students. “For the arts community…(they) are hinting at the changes in the field over the next few years,” he said.

Cothern is one of many students considering expanding their project. She is also a tutor at the Center for Writing and Communication and contributes to the social media team at UTC Honors College. Scholar Brock graduated from Hamilton County Collegiate High at Chattanooga State Community College with a high school diploma and an associate’s degree in history concurrently.

This summer, Cothern will work and teach ballet and American Sign Language. She plans to graduate at the end of 2023 with a secondary school diploma in history and go to doctoral school.

The museum posted this year’s and last year’s symposia on its YouTube channel. Last year’s theme was “Bringing Identities Together” and had two presenters from UTC.

“If we could get even one more person thinking about how an image influenced one of their decisions, I think the symposium would have served its purpose.” said Mandravelis.

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UTC student’s research presented at the Hunter Museum Art Symposium | Features https://expo-monet.com/utc-students-research-presented-at-the-hunter-museum-art-symposium-features/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/utc-students-research-presented-at-the-hunter-museum-art-symposium-features/ A UTC student was again one of the presenters at the Hunter Museum of American Art’s annual student symposium, titled “The Politics of Choice” and hosted by a UTC professor. Madison Cothern presents John Milton’s portrayal of Satan in Lost paradise. Saturday, April 9, 2022 Screenshot by Allie English, photo editing assistant Madison Cothern, UTC […]]]>

A UTC student was again one of the presenters at the Hunter Museum of American Art’s annual student symposium, titled “The Politics of Choice” and hosted by a UTC professor.






Madison Cothern presents John Milton’s portrayal of Satan in Lost paradise. Saturday, April 9, 2022




Madison Cothern, UTC senior, presented her slideshow on John Milton’s Paradise Lost during the April 9 online event. Dr. Stephen Mandravelis, assistant professor of art history, led the Zoom discussion with Adera Causey, curator of education at the museum.

“I was very excited because it was a project I had been working on for almost two years,” Cothern said.

The Hunter’s Spring 2022 exhibition, “Beyond the Frame,” inspired the theme for the symposium. The exhibition celebrates the 70th anniversary of the museumand anniversary and explores their acquisitions during this period.

Cothern explained how Milton transformed the character of Satan into a more relatable figure and how it has stood the test of time since the poem was published in the 1600s. She included the characters Hamlet, Harley Quinn and Rick from ” Rick and Morty” in his presentation.

“One of the main reasons these works are still preserved today is their cultural relevance,” Cothern said. “Because these works of art were deemed artistically significant, so they survive.”

Mandravelis suggested the theme as a “distraction” and an alternative to COVID.

“Embracing the politically charged nature of artistic creation and collecting is a compelling mirror of our own broader social values,” she said.

Presenters spoke about race, feminism, masculinity and the AIDS crisis. They discussed Wall Street’s Charging Bull and illustrator Oscar Wilde as well as other paintings, installations and photography. Students from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Rhode Island and New York took part. Mandravelis and Causey had their own follow-up questions afterwards.

“We don’t always have UTC representation at the symposium, it really depends on that year’s submissions,” Causey said. “But this year we were thrilled to have a student from UTC who did a terrific job,” she said, referring to Cothern.

Causey said the symposium, now in its ninth year, has always been open to students across the country. The announcement is aimed at academic mailing lists from several different departments, not just art. She receives dozens of responses. Causey contacts professors, usually at a regional university, and invites them to participate and help select those invited.

“Each year we have a theme loosely related to an exhibit we have,” Causey said. “We always try to choose a theme that fits well into all programs and we will work with students working on innovative research across the country.”

“Beyond the Frame” features artwork ranging from the museum’s very first acquisition in 1952 to its latest purchase in January 2022. The museum has recently been very intentional about the type of work it has pursued, according to an interview. from the WUTC with director Virginia Anne Sharber and chief curator Nandini Makrandi. They looked at gaps in the collection and set priorities for women artists, artists of color and new media.

“The general public doesn’t really understand what artists and art historians do,” Mandracelis said. “(They) explore how the social, political, religious, racial, gender, and economic conditions of society have (been) shaped, influenced by, and in dialogue with visual culture, both past and present.”

Some other themes were crossing borders, creating and marking space, cultural exchange and “We the people”.

Mandravelis said these events provide an invaluable experience.

“There really isn’t any other opportunity for undergraduate students to practice presenting their own original research,” he said, noting that it’s more typical for graduate students. “For the arts community…(they) are hinting at the changes in the field over the next few years,” he said.

Cothern is one of many students considering expanding their project. She is also a tutor at the Center for Writing and Communication and contributes to the social media team at UTC Honors College. Scholar Brock graduated from Hamilton County Collegiate High at Chattanooga State Community College with a high school diploma and an associate’s degree in history concurrently.

This summer, Cothern will work and teach ballet and American Sign Language. She plans to graduate at the end of 2023 with a secondary school diploma in history and go to doctoral school.

The museum posted this year’s and last year’s symposia on its YouTube channel. Last year’s theme was “Bringing Identities Together” and had two presenters from UTC.

“If we could get even one more person thinking about how an image influenced one of their decisions, I think the symposium would have served its purpose.” said Mandravelis.

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In-depth research of the global museum art handing market, industry statistics 2022 https://expo-monet.com/in-depth-research-of-the-global-museum-art-handing-market-industry-statistics-2022/ Wed, 23 Mar 2022 16:21:07 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/in-depth-research-of-the-global-museum-art-handing-market-industry-statistics-2022/ The Global Market for the return of works of art from the museum The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. Further, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth […]]]>

The Global Market for the return of works of art from the museum The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. Further, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and expansion strategies employed by leading companies in the “Museum Art Handing Market”.

Global Museum Art Handing market research report analyzes leading players in key regions such as North America, South America, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific. Provides insights and expert analysis on important market trends and consumer behaviors, as well as insights into key market data and brands. It also provides all the easily digestible information.

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The authors of the report draw up an encyclopedic assessment of the most important regional markets and their evolution in recent years. Readers are provided with accurate facts and figures on the Museum Art Discount market and its significant factors such as consumption, production, revenue growth, and CAGR. The report also shares gross margin, market share, attractiveness index, and value and volume growth for all segments studied by analysts. It highlights key developments, product portfolio, markets served and other areas depicting business growth of major companies profiled in the report.

The report has been prepared using the latest primary and secondary research methods and tools. Our analysts rely on government documents, white papers, press releases, reliable investor information, financial and quarterly reports, and public and private interviews to gather data and information about the market in which they operate.

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  • fine arts logistics
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  • Grace
  • Helu-Trans
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A tantalizing clue emerges in the unsolved art heist of the Gardner Museum | Smart News https://expo-monet.com/a-tantalizing-clue-emerges-in-the-unsolved-art-heist-of-the-gardner-museum-smart-news/ Thu, 03 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/a-tantalizing-clue-emerges-in-the-unsolved-art-heist-of-the-gardner-museum-smart-news/ The empty frames in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are a tangible reminder of the 1990 flight. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons Authorities say new information about a cold-blooded murder in 1991 has provided new clues that may lead to the culprits behind the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum heist, Bob Ward reports for Boston News […]]]>

The empty frames in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are a tangible reminder of the 1990 flight.
Public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Authorities say new information about a cold-blooded murder in 1991 has provided new clues that may lead to the culprits behind the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum heist, Bob Ward reports for Boston News 25.

The 1990 theft was the largest art theft in modern history. On the night of March 18, two robbers disguised as police entered the poorly secured Boston museum after midnight. After taping off two hapless security guards, the men escaped with 13 paintings now valued at some $500 million, including priceless works by Rembrandt van Rijn and Johannes Vermeer.

Over the years, investigators have identified several suspects who may have been involved in the crime. Yet despite a Netflix TV series, a successful investigation podcast from World and WBUR and a $10 million reward promised by the FBI, the location of the stolen paintings themselves remains a mystery. “The FBI said they believe the artwork was moved by organized crime circles to Philadelphia, where the trail went cold around 2003,” Shelley Murphy reported from the boston globe last fall.

Now the authorities could be on the verge of solving it. Antoine Amorechief of security at the Gardner museum, says Boston News 25 that a recent informant prompted officials to re-examine the murder of career criminal Jimmy Marks, a known career criminal, as the murder may have possible links to the heist.

A young girl sits at a piano and practices in a stately room with a black and white checkered floor and canvases on the walls

Johannes Vermeer, The concertcirca 1664, is one of the missing works stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on March 18, 1990.

Public domain via Wikimedia Commons

One evening in February, 11 months after the robbery, Marks was shot as he opened the front door of his apartment in the Boston suburb of Lynn, Massachusetts. The killer had unscrewed the light bulb above the door to ensure the victim wouldn’t see what was about to happen, ‘making Marks the victim of a classic Mafia-style hit,’ reports Boston News 25.

The assailant shot Marks twice in the back of the head and fled. The crime remains unsolved.

According to the tip Amore received, days before his death, Marks was heard bragging about owning two of the stolen paintings and hiding some of the stolen artwork, reports Edmund H. Mahony for the Boston Herald.

What else, “[Marks] had ties to subjects suspected of involvement in the Gardner Museum robbery,” Lynn Deputy Police Chief Mark O’Toole told Shelley Murphy, reporting this month for the boston globe. “We don’t know what role he played, if any,” warns O’Toole. “But it was very probably linked” to his death, specifies the person in charge.

Amore tells 25 News that Marks was friends with fellow mobster, the late Robert “Bobby” Gaurente, who was the prime suspect in the heist for a long time, and his family. Gaurente and his friend Bobby Donati may have helped transport some of the stolen paintings from Boston to Connecticut and eventually to Philadelphia.

A poster with a red banner on top reads FBI SEARCHING FOR INFORMATION, with a reproduction of a painting of a ship in stormy waters

A 2013 FBI poster shows The storm on the Sea of ​​Galilee, Rembrandt’s only seascape and one of the works stolen by thieves in 1990 and never found. (Note that the reward offered has since been increased to $10 million.)

Public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Marks spent time in jail for a bank robbery in the 1960s, according to the Boston World. As a drug dealer with extensive ties to Boston’s criminal elite, Marks also spent a lot of time at the Guarentes’ Maine home, Amore told 25 News.

Marks’ niece, Darlene Finnigan, who was 26 at the time of the murder, says World that shortly before his death, Marks told him that he “had something big coming up and he wasn’t sure about it”. At the time, Finnigan assumed that Marks was referring to selling cocaine.

Another link between Marks and the robbery emerged in 2015, when Elene Gaurente, Bobby’s widow, pointed to a photo of Marks during an interview with investigators and said her husband killed him. (Bobby Guarente died in 2004 and Elene died in 2018.)

“She was very emotional when she talked about the fact that he was killed by her late husband,” Amore, who participated in the interviews, told Boston 25 News.

Amore presented these findings to the media in hopes that renewed press attention might provide more clues, he says. Those who may have information about the circumstances of Marks’ death or the fate of Gardner’s paintings in general can contact the museum’s hotline at [email protected].

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Unsolved murder could shed new light on art theft from Gardner Museum – ARTnews.com https://expo-monet.com/unsolved-murder-could-shed-new-light-on-art-theft-from-gardner-museum-artnews-com/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/unsolved-murder-could-shed-new-light-on-art-theft-from-gardner-museum-artnews-com/ A murder that hasn’t been solved for decades could offer the last lead for investigators trying to recover works stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum more than 30 years ago, according to a report by Boston 25. During this famous heist, 13 works of art, including major paintings by Vermeer and Rembrandt, were taken […]]]>

A murder that hasn’t been solved for decades could offer the last lead for investigators trying to recover works stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum more than 30 years ago, according to a report by Boston 25.

During this famous heist, 13 works of art, including major paintings by Vermeer and Rembrandt, were taken in the early hours of March 18, 1990. Collectively valued at $500 million, the works have never been found. Many names have been floated over the years as to who might have taken the works and who might have taken possession of them shortly after the theft.

Now a new name has been added to the mix: Jimmy Marks, who was shot twice on February 20, 1991, outside his apartment in Lynn, Massachusetts, about 25 minutes northeast of Boston. Marks’ murder is currently unsolved and no arrests have been made in connection with the case.

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Marks was a convicted bank robber and an associate of Robert Guarente, who was a long-time person of interest in the case and died in 2004. Guarente had been with Marks earlier in the day of his death and is suspected for being the one to pull the trigger on Marks.

“[Marks] had ties to subjects believed to be involved in the Gardner Museum robbery,” Lynn Deputy Police Chief Mark O’Toole said. Recount the boston globe. “We don’t know what role he played, if any. But most likely, it was related” to his death.

Investigators believe that Guarente was at one time in possession of two of the stolen works, which he later turned over to another person named Robert Gentile. Gentile, who died in 2021, continually denied involvement in the theft or possession of any of the works until his death.

A recent tip to investigators said that before his death, Marks “bragged that he was not only in possession of some of Gardner’s stolen artwork, he bragged that he hid it,” according to Boston 25. Police recently searched Lynn’s apartment where Marks once lived, but found nothing.

“At the time when [Marks] was killed, the main suspect in this homicide [Guarente] is someone who we believe owned two of Gardner’s paintings,” said Gardner museum security chief Anthony Amore. Boston 25. “It certainly sets off flashing lights that this needs to be investigated further.”

Shortly after Marks’ death, investigators were first able to place Guarente and Gentile in the same location. love said Boston 25“The fact that these people are converging here around the time of Marks’ homicide certainly makes anyone looking for Gardner’s paintings sit up and pay attention.”

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Out & About: the weekend kicks off with the Art After Hours at the Westmoreland Museum https://expo-monet.com/out-about-the-weekend-kicks-off-with-the-art-after-hours-at-the-westmoreland-museum/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 12:01:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/out-about-the-weekend-kicks-off-with-the-art-after-hours-at-the-westmoreland-museum/ The Westmoreland Museum of American Art stayed open late Friday for Art After Hoursa happy hour style event that offered a little something for a variety of tastes and interests. Pittsburgh Fiber Artist Tina Williams Brewer was on hand to talk with guests about her artistic process and the storytelling quilts featured in her exhibit, […]]]>

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art stayed open late Friday for Art After Hoursa happy hour style event that offered a little something for a variety of tastes and interests.

Pittsburgh Fiber Artist Tina Williams Brewer was on hand to talk with guests about her artistic process and the storytelling quilts featured in her exhibit, “Culture: career path”, a career retrospective until April 24.

Art lovers with a sleuthing bent could go on an art scavenger hunt, finding a series of tiny vignettes contained in artworks on display throughout the Greensburg Museum.

Music lovers will be able to listen to the repertoire of easy-to-listen songs of the Greensburg musical duo, Laurie Fox and Eric Schaus.

Shirley McMarlin | Tribune-Review

Eric Schaus and Laurie Fox, both of Greensburg, provided music for the February 25 Art After Hours event at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg.

For those who needed a bite to eat, a cold drink and some relaxation at the end of the work week, there was socializing in the community room.

P.J. Colligan and jessica Volochboth from Greensburg, were exploring the facility for another reason — they’re planning their October Halloween-themed wedding reception there.

The site has special meaning for the couple. They knew each other when they were students at Hempfield Area High School. They reconnected years later through mutual friends, with band parties including the Art on Tap happy hours which was the predecessor to Art After Hours.

Pat Maloney and Linda Hammers, also from Greensburg, were among those working on the treasure hunt. The exercise tested their powers of observation, Maloney said, but also “makes you really look at the art and appreciate it.”

If hunters couldn’t locate any of the objects, he added, museum workers and other attendees were willing to share clues.

Those who found all of the artwork featured were listed in a drawing for the book, “Picture America: Signature Works From the Westmoreland Museum of American Art,” by the museum’s chief curator, Barbara L. Jones.

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Shirley McMarlin | Tribune-Review

Greensburg’s PJ Colligan and Jessica Voloch, seen at the Feb. 25 Art After Hours event at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, are planning their October wedding reception at the museum.

Seen after hours: Keith and Shirleah Kelly, Marcia Dolan, Wendy Hager, Chuck Bowman, Barbara Ferrier, Greg Murman, Jackie Tumulty, Linda Damico, Brandi Slider, Julie Greathouse, Andrew Barnette, Brynn Denny and Brittany Sines, Georges and Cindy McFarland, Jim and Jackie Willkomm, Rowan and Marie Reid, Matt and Demetra Czegan, Pat Parsons and museum staff Rhonda Madden and Doug Evans.

Shirley McMarlin is editor of Tribune-Review. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, smcmarlin@triblive.com or via Twitter .

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