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A rare appearance for 'Six Persimmons,' a 13th-century masterpiece

In a image provided by Asian Art Museum shows, “Six Persimmons” is displayed by itself in a gently lit gallery with off-white walls reminiscent of a Japanese temple at the Asian Art Museum. An 800-year-old ink painting, regarded as the “Zen Mona Lisa,” has made a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the United States. (Asian Art Museum via The New York Times)

by Will Heinrich

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- This may be your only chance to see “Six Persimmons.” Painted with ink on paper in the 13th century, probably by a Chinese monk named Muqi, as part of a handscroll that also included “Chestnuts,” it was acquired in the 1500s by a Japanese merchant; cut out of the scroll and mounted on sumptuous green-and-white fabric inlaid with golden peonies; and donated to Daitokuji Ryokoin Temple, the Zen Buddhist institution in Kyoto, Japan, that has been its guardian ever since, displaying it to the public only once a year for a single day. But in 2017, after visiting San Francisco to give a talk about the tea ceremony, Kobori Geppo, the abbot of Daitokuji, decided to share with the city the most significant treasure he had to offer. So “Six Persimmons” and “Chestnuts” crossed the Pacific Ocean to go on display at the Asian Art Museum here for exactly three weeks each, in a gently lit, dedicated gallery with off-white walls reminiscent of a Japanese temple. ... More

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The National Gallery of Art acquires an important painting by Anne Vallayer-Coster   Hindman gives the baseball season a curtain call with the auction of an incredible collection of signed baseballs   Larry Zox has third solo exhibition at Berry Campbell comprised of works on paper from 1963 to 1969

Anne Vallayer-Coster, Still Life with Flowers in an Alabaster Vase and Fruit, 1783. Oil on canvas (unlined), overall: 108.5 x 89.5 cm (42 11/16 x 35 1/4 in.) National Gallery of Art, Washington. Chester Dale Fund 2023.40.1

WASHINGTON, DC.- The National Gallery of Art has acquired an important painting by Anne Vallayer-Coster (1744–1818), Still Life with Flowers in an Alabaster Vase and Fruit (1783). One of the greatest still life painters of 18th-century France, Vallayer-Coster achieved remarkable success in the male-dominated art world of her time. She not only attracted the patronage of some of the most powerful collectors of the time, including Marie Antoinette, but she also became one of the few women to be admitted to the prestigious Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture and to show her work at its official public exhibition, the Salon. Still Life with Flowers in an Alabaster Vase and Fruit is the first painting by Vallayer-Coster to enter the National Gallery's collection. Despite the limited access ... More

A 1934 New York Yankees Team Signed Autograph Baseball, Including Babe Ruth,Lou Gehrig, Earle Combs, Tony Lazzeri, Bill Dickey, Lefty Gomez, and Red Ruffing. Opening Bid: $3,000

CHICAGO, IL.- The 2023 Major League Baseball season may be over, but Hindman isn’t done celebrating the National Pastime just yet. Hindman is excited to present a single owner collection of signed baseballs in its Having a Ball auction, biddable now through November 29. “This is one of the most thorough and exciting collections we have presented at auction,” said James Smith, Hindman’s Director of Sports Memorabilia. “The passion it took from this private collector to assemble this remarkable collection will undoubtedly make this auction a Fall Classic in its own right and is a must for baseball enthusiasts and sports fans.” Featuring over 571 lots, the auction features balls signed by legends of the game like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Roberto Clemente, and Jackie Robinson along with hard-to-find team signed ... More

Larry Zox in his New York studio, c. 1969.

NEW YORK, NY.- Berry Campbell is opening its third solo exhibition of works by the important Color Field painter, Larry Zox (1937-2006). The exhibition is accompanied by a 20-page catalogue with an essay by Patricia L Lewy, Ph.D., director of the Friedel Dzubas estate and author of the Friedel Dzubas catalogue raisonné. Gemini, is comprised of 20 paintings and works on paper from 1963 to 1969 and is on view November 22 – December 22, 2023. Zox, along with Frank Stella and Kenneth Noland, played a central role in the Color Field movement and helped to define geometric abstract painting in the 1960s. Zox uses the framework of hard-edged painting as a starting point. The recurring motif in Zox’s Gemini series, a flattened four-pointed star, serves as a visual tool for contemplating color relationships and tensions. With an expert understanding of color and their relationships to each other, this star motif can shift from dynamic and ... More

Hake's season finale hits $2.4M, with elusive collectibles setting record prices at their auction debuts   Over 235 trains and accessories go up for bid on Sunday, December 3   Brooklyn Museum expands its collections with more than 300 acquisitions

1856 Fremont & Dayton Club Spencerian-style hand-painted folk art parade banner promoting ultimately unsuccessful Republican presidential/VP candidates. Hand-inked by artist F W Wells onto two vertical sections of unglazed cotton joined at center. Attached to horizontal wooden pole with 31 handmade square nails. Sold for $15,851.

YORK, PA.- Hake’s wrapped the year with a $2.4 million auction that traversed the pop-culture panorama, from 19th-century political memorabilia to modern-era toys and original comic book art. The November 14-15 sale defied a collectibles market that had leveled after a prolonged upward run, knocking down excellent prices in an increasingly competitive landscape. Hake’s president, Alex Winter, observed: “With all that is going on in the world, the state of the economy and prices on many collectibles coming down from the dramatic increases of the past two years, none of that had much of an effect on this auction. Countless record prices were paid across the many different categories of collectibles we handle. The sale was a real testament to how strong the hobby can be ... More

Lot 52: Lionel Standard Gauge 392E Loco & Tender with 424 and 426 Passenger Cars. Estimate $500-$1,000.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to present The Armond Conti Collection of Model Trains, Part 4, on Sunday, December 3, 2023, at 10:30 am PST. Offering over 235 lots from the estate of a Northern Californian who collected trains for over 75 years, the auction features mostly post-war and modern-era train offerings – some new old stock, some unused, and many in their original boxes. These include locomotives, tenders, cabooses, numerous sets and groupings; a diverse array of train cars, including freight, box, reefers, stock, hoppers, passenger, sleeper, diner, gang, mail, beer, pullman, sleeper, and flat cars; water tenders; TTOS, TCA and LCCA club cars; and more. There are also accessories and train and controller parts on offer. Many lots are Lionel model trains; other manufacturers in the sale are K-Line, MTH, Atlas, Williams, 3rd Rail, Rail King, Weaver, Pecos River, Crown Model, and Peterson Supply. Almo ... More

Golden Gate, Yellowstone (1889), by Grafton Tyler Brown, Gift of Charlynn and Warren Goins.

BROOKLYN, NY.- Highlights include works by 2023 MacArthur Fellows María Magdalena Campos-Pons and Dyani White Hawk, contemporary work by Rashid Johnson, historical calligraphic pieces by Korean scholars, decorative arts from the Wedgwood x Sheila Bridges collaboration, and other exciting additions that strengthen the Museum’s Asian, African, and feminist collections. The Brooklyn Museum has made more than 300 noteworthy acquisitions this year, adding to our historic collections representing 5,500 years of human creative excellence. Notably, the American holdings have continued to broaden to represent the diversity of the United States, creating more space for Black and Asian American artists such as Laura Wheeler Waring, Grafton Tyler Brown, and Hisako Hibi. These additions will be unveiled in the Museum’s reinstalled American Art galleries, slated to open in late 2024. Furthermore, the Museum has strengthened its Contemporary Art ... More

CUE Art Foundation now showing solo exhibition by Ling-lin Ku   Never-before-seen artwork by artist Natalie Ball at the Whitney   BMA debuts Raúl de Nieves: and 'imagine you are here' Meyerhoff-Becker Biennial Commission

Portrait of Ling-lin Ku, 2023. Photo by Ryan Crowley. Insight Outsight by Ling-lin Ku with mentorship from Agnieszka Kurant. Exhibition essay by Constanza Salazar, mentored by Carson Chan. Graphic design by Olivia Norris. Presented by CUE Art Foundation, 2023.

NEW YORK, NY.- CUE Art Foundation presents Insight Outsight, a solo exhibition by Ling-lin Ku with mentorship from Agnieszka Kurant. The exhibition, now on view at CUE’s gallery space will remain on view until December 22, 2023. Insight Outsight is a solo exhibition by Pittsburgh-based artist Ling-lin Ku, with mentorship from Agnieszka Kurant. The exhibition playfully interrogates relationships between natural, built, and digital environments through the lens of insects. Ku’s sculpture and installation works utilize digital fabrication to generate a world that leaps between macro and micro scales, questioning familiar dichotomies between animal and human, ecology and technology, and the metaphorical and the physical. Insight Outsight presents a playground of discovery, exploring the tensions and collaborations inherent in our turbulent digital age. The ... More

Natalie Ball, Burden Basket, 2023. Elk rawhide, cotton, newspaper, wood, leather, plastic beads, willow branches, artificial hair, aluminum foil, chalk, metal clamps, rope, makeup, and graphite, 80 × 60 × 24in. (203.2 × 152.4 × 61 cm). Collection of the artist. Photo by Audrey Wang.

NEW YORK, NY.- Natalie Ball: bilwi naats Ga’niipci opened at the Whitney Museum of American Art, November 17, 2023, is the first New York solo exhibition for boundary-breaking artist and community leader Natalie Ball. The exhibition presents a group of never-before-seen sculptural assemblages that deepen and destabilize understandings of Indigenous life in the United States. Ball, who is Black, Modoc, and Klamath, lives and works in her ancestral homelands in Southern Oregon and Northern California, where, in addition to creating artworks, she serves as an elected official on the Klamath Tribes Tribal Council. Her artwork draws from various sources, including found, hunted, purchased, and gifted objects. Ball explores how the lives and meanings of materials interconnect with her sense of self. Through the layering of quilt ... More

Installation view of Raúl de Nieves: and imagine you are here at the Baltimore Museum of Art, November 2023. Photo by Mitro Hood.

BALTIMORE, MD.- On November 19, the Baltimore Museum of Art debuted Raúl de Nieves: and imagine you are here, an exuberant installation by the Mexican-American multimedia artist, performer, and musician that celebrates the beauty, wonder, and power of the natural world. Created especially for the BMA’s East Lobby—a primary entrance and gathering space—as part of the museum’s second Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker Biennial Commission, and imagine you are here reflects de Nieves’ interest in connecting with audiences through universally accessible themes and inspirations. At the heart of the installation are de Nieves’ large-scale, kaleidoscopic faux stained-glass window and flamboyant hybrid figures that capture many aspects of metamorphosis in the natural world from form to gender. The fantastical works bathe the two-level lobby in brilliant color and light and invite visitor engagement through their distinct materi ... More

Fancy intense orangy-pink diamond leads Moran's Fine Jewelry and Watches sale   PAI's $1.6M sale is led by seldom-seen lithographs; Rare Posters Auction XCI on November 12   Fine porcelain and Hermés bag lead the November gallery auction

A Fancy Intense Orangy Pink Diamond Ring. Set with a marquise-shaped fancy intense orangy pink diamond weighing 5.43 carats. Accompanied by GIA report number 2185225177 stating that the marquise-shaped diamond is Fancy Intense Orangy Pink, Natural Color, I1 Clarity

LOS ANGELES, CA.- With the holidays quickly approaching, John Moran Auctioneers has just what you need for this gift-giving season! On Tuesday, December 5th, 2023, at 12 pm PDT, Moran’s will present their final Jewelry & Watches sale of the year—filled with 225 lots of stunning jewelry and an impressive selection of watches! For fine jewelry, the offerings will include fine gemstones, specifically a wide array of diamonds, emeralds, aquamarine, rubies, amethyst, peridot, citrine, and blue and pink sapphire, and feature designers such as Bulgari, Cartier, Poiray, Seaman Schepps, Tiffany & Co., Van Cleef & Arpels, Verdura, and more. Collectors are sure to take notice of the spectacular collection of watches, including ... More

Broders:Roger Broders, La Plage de Calvi. Corse. 1928. ($13,750)

NEW YORK,NY.- Poster Auctions International’s (PAI) third sale of the year, on November 12, finished at $1,650,500. Rare Posters Auction XCI proved bidders’ vested commitment to bolstering their collections. The cool November morning began with a flurry of interest from a small crowd of interested buyers in the gallery. “It is always my great pleasure to see collectors at the gallery,” Jack Rennert, President of PAI, mused. “This auction welcomed both regular clients and several new faces. For me, there is no better feeling than watching someone fall in love with a poster—and clients at this sale certainly demonstrated passion for the medium.” The sale started off strong with a small but choice selection of Winter Images. Roger Broders’ 1930 Les Sports d’Hiver / St. Pierre de Chartreuse sold for $9,375 (est. $7,000-$9,000) and Martin Peikert’s MOB swiftly surpassed its estimate of $2,000-$2,500 for a win ... More

Hermès Kelly Bag in Black Clemence Leather.

ALAMEDA, CA.- Michaan’s Auctions November Gallery Auction, held on Friday, November 17th realized a strong sell-through rate as Michaan’s Auctions orchestrated another successful sale for its cosigners. The sale was headlined by a collection of Twelve Lamm Porcelain Cabinet Footed Cups and Saucers, which sold for $11,070, and Eight Dresden Porcelain Portrait Plates Including Wagner selling for $9,840. A beautiful Hermès Kelly Bag in Black Clemence Leather reached $7,995. In the Asian Art Department, a Set of Nine Chinese Export Canton Rose Medallion Figural Porcelain Dishes inspired intense bidding which brought the items total to $5,842.50. Mary Deneale Morgan’s "Springtime Carmel Valley, Budding Oaks" reached $5,842.50, and Ira Yeager’s, “Fox in Floral Garland” achieved $5,535. The jewelry department had another strong showing with a Men’s Diamond, 14k Yellow Gold Ring reaching $5,227.50, while an Antique 14k ... More

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Colorful and semi-fictional fabrications of interior spaces depicted in Erin Holly's new exhibition at JD Malat
LONDON.- Embodied, scored, and arranged. These are the words British artist Erin Holly uses to describe the deeply personal artistic process behind her highly anticipated debut London exhibition, A Trans Arrangement of The Painted Space. On view in Mayfair’s JD Malat Gallery since 16 November until 9 December, the exhibition unveils Holly’s new series of oil paintings depicting colourful and semi- fictional fabrications of interior spaces. Coinciding with Trans Awareness Week (13 – 19 November), the exhibition offers a critical exploration of interior environments, their connection with the politics of space and inclusion, contemporary social categorisations, and most pertinently, Holly’s journey with her identity and understanding of embodiment. The series presents luminous and imaginary depictions of lounges, hallways, studies, and ... More

'Mykola Ridnyi: The Battle Over Mazepa', a new moving image work by acclaimed Ukrainian artist
SOUTHAMPTON.- John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, in partnership with Pushkin House, is delighted to present a new moving image work by acclaimed Ukrainian artist and filmmaker Mykola Ridnyi. The Battle Over Mazepa conceptualises the historical significance and contemporary perception of Ivan Mazepa, a political and military leader of the Zaporizhian Sich and Left- bank Ukraine in the late-17th and early-18th century. Addressing codes of hip-hop culture, Ridnyi borrows the popular form of a rap battle to collide two great works of world literature associated with this historical figure: Mazeppa by Lord Byron in 1819 and Poltava by Alexander Pushkin in 1828–29. While Byron envisions Mazepa as a romantic hero, seized by love, Pushkin portrays him as a traitor in accordance with the colonial attitude ... More

Monumental sculptures by Arthur Carter on view at the Wadsworth Atheneum
HARTFORD, CT.- Thirty-two works by Connecticut-based sculptor Arthur Carter are now on view at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. Carter’s art explores the proposition that mathematical logic has an innate beauty, while beauty itself conforms to mathematical logic. In addition to indoor metal sculptures installed throughout the galleries and two monumental works placed outside the museum building, the exhibition includes a newly-commissioned film by Harry Moses The Blur of Motion: Works by Arthur Carter, exploring the artist’s process for creating works on view. Arthur Carter: Mathematical Beauty is on view November 17, 2023–January 14, 2024 at the Wadsworth. “Arthur Carter is a true Renaissance man, a real polymath whose talent and purity of vision has produced a remarkable sculptural imagination. We are delighted ... More

A multisensory show of wide-spectrum photography, music, light, flora, and fauna examines the Amazon rainforest
BENTONVILLE, ARK.- In a rich, emotionally-charged immersion in light, sound, and imagery, the Momentary explores the drama, allure, and delicate balance of life in the Amazon rainforest. A campus-wide experience, Enduring Amazon: Life and Afterlife in the Rainforest has been anchored by a groundbreaking ultra-high-definition film from humanitarian and environmental photographer Richard Mosse. The exhibition features a multi-gallery soundtrack by award-winning composer Ben Frost, a new video and sound installation by Susannah Sayler and Edward Morris, and a captivating living sculpture drawn from the forest’s basin by David Brooks. In addition to Mosse’s “Broken Spectre” film, the visually ... More

'Gardens of Anuncia' review: The Broadway star and the women who molded her
NEW YORK, NY.- At the heart of “The Gardens of Anuncia,” Michael John LaChiusa’s sweet reverie of a musical, is a respect and recognition for the renowned Broadway choreographer Graciela Daniele, a longtime friend and collaborator. The show, which opened Monday at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, debuted in 2021 at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego. It arrives in a Lincoln Center Theater production with its original cast mostly intact, and Daniele back directing and sharing choreography duties with Alex Sanchez. But now the acclaimed stage veteran Priscilla Lopez is the star, and her knowing performance as Anuncia (a present-day version of Daniele) enriches this lovely, slightly repetitive, but beautifully sung tribute to sisterly admiration. While tending to her garden on the day she’s set to receive a lifetime achievement award, ... More

Roberts Projects announces representation of Mia Middleton
LOS ANGELES, CA.- Roberts Projects announced representation of Australian artist Mia Middleton, whose pictorial works explore interiority, memory and evocation. Middleton’s small-scale paintings capture a tension and threshold between conscious and subconscious, desire and aversion, reality and fantasy. The gallery will exhibit a series of works alongside other artists at Art Basel Miami Beach this December. This announcement follows the gallery’s first exhibition of Middleton’s work–Love Story–this past April. Middleton is a semiotician in a profoundly visual sense. Often working in a sequence of poetic vignettes, Middleton’s uncanny ability to delve into the transience of existence invites viewers to contemplate the interplay between interiority and exteriority, corporeality and the world beyond. The artist’s skillful manipulation of composition, ... More

Herbert Gold, postwar novelist of love and marriage, dies at 99
NEW YORK, NY.- Herbert Gold, a novelist whose verbal inventiveness and keen eye for the complicated emotional transactions of love and marriage established him as one of the most promising of the young American writers to emerge after World War II, died Sunday at his home in San Francisco. He was 99. His death was confirmed Monday by his daughter Ann Gold Buscho. Born in Ohio, Gold brought a Midwestern skepticism and a deflating sense of humor to his tales of ordinary men and women trying to gain a foothold in the slippery terrain of romance — or, like him, struggling to connect the world of their Jewish immigrant parents with the realities of American life. He was hard to categorize, and perhaps for that reason never had the kind of celebrated career that peers such as Norman Mailer and Philip Roth enjoyed and that his early ... More

Debussy and Final Fantasy are peers on this radio stream
NEW YORK, NY.- A treacherous puzzle that lies near the end of Myst, the 1993 point-and-click video game, involves a pipe organ and a spaceship. But Jennifer Miller Hammel, a pianist who got the game as a child for Christmas that year, did not have much trouble finding the solution. The experience even showed her that video games could deeply incorporate music. Hammel, 44, is now a trained opera singer and a host at Classical California, a classical musical radio network that is a collaboration between KUSC in Los Angeles and KDFC in San Francisco. But she still loves video games, gravitating toward action-adventure and role-playing series like Fallout and Mass Effect. After nearly 150 hours of space exploration, she recently completed Starfield. The musical themes to Fallout 3 or Skyrim would occasionally be played ... More

It seemed to have it all: 9 dancers, 5 guitars, 5 amps
NEW YORK, NY.- The dance started — or seemed to start — with people walking onto the stage before finding a spot and lying down. The bright, blisteringly white lights made the view murky, yet through the haze random bodies were stretched out on backs and sides, utterly limp. Above them was a suspended zeppelin: Imagine a giant balloon of a baked potato floating over 34th Street in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. But, really, the scene was somber. Eventually, others — dancers, recognizable by their bare feet — helped those on the floor, who turned out to be volunteers from the audience, rise to cross the stage. And some time later, they escorted them off the stage and back to their seats. In “takemehome,” by French choreographer Dimitri Chamblas in collaboration with musician Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, there is always ... More

'Hell's Kitchen' review: How Alicia Keys got her groove
NEW YORK, NY.- Even in the Golden Age of musical theater, shows so commonly died after intermission that critics came up with a name for the disease. “Second act trouble” presented in many ways: unmoored songs, desperate cutting, illogical crises, hasty workarounds. Yet, all those second-act symptoms arose from the same underlying condition: first-act ambitions. So, it’s not really surprising that an enormously ambitious new musical such as “Hell’s Kitchen,” a semi-autobiographical jukebox built on the life and catalog of Alicia Keys, disappoints after the midshow break, tumbling directly into the potholes it spent its first half so smartly avoiding. What’s surprising in this promising show, which opened at The Public Theater on Sunday with the obvious intention of moving to Broadway, is how thrilling it is until then. Surprising to me ... More

South London Gallery exhibits Pope.L's wide ranging practice
LONDON.- Pope.L's wide ranging practice spans writing, painting, performance, installation, sculpture and video, which is being explored across both the SLG's Main Gallery and Fire Station. With roots in philosophy and theatre, Pope.L's career since the 1970s has centred on society, politics and contemporary culture. The work often reveals contradictory and provocative themes in language, gender, race, economics and community. At the core of an expansive new installation in the SLG's Main Gallery is a set of three towers, all in different states of gradual collapse. The 3 metre high wooden structures, each topped with a toilet, are based on that used in one of Pope.L's seminal performances, Eating the Wall Street Journal (2000). For this latest reworking Pope.L has removed the live performance element from public view, shifting ... More

SJ Auctioneers' online-only silverware, toys, decor & glass auction
BROOKLYN,NY.- With the holidays fast approaching, SJ Auctioneers is the place to find that perfect gift for that special someone, young and old alike. The firm will host an online-only Silverware, Toys, Décor and Glass Art auction on Friday, December 15th, starting at 6 pm Eastern time. Rest assured, winning bidders will have their items arrive in time for the holidays. The catalog features a fine selection of jewelry, silverware, trains, toys and collectibles from artists, designers and silversmiths like Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Dominick & Haff, Jose Hess, Emile Delaire, Gorham, Movito, Reed & Barton, Watson, Wallace, WM B Kerr, Sackermann Hessenberg & Co, Vetreria, Murano, Arte, American Flyer, Lionel, Nintendo, Tootsie Toy, Buddy L, Matchbox and Lesney – in all, 227 lots will be sold. Half of the top 24 lots in ... More

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On a day like today, Mexican painter and illustrator Miguel Covarrubias was born
November 22, 1904. Miguel Covarrubias also known as José Miguel Covarrubias Duclaud (22 November 1904 - 4 February 1957) was a Mexican painter, caricaturist, illustrator, ethnologist and art historian. Miguel's artwork and celebrity caricatures have been featured in The New Yorker and Vanity Fair magazines. In this image: Covarrubias's caricature of himself as an Olmec.

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