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Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Monday, February

Apple’s Jimmy Iovine Is Making a Splash in L.A.’s Art Scene | Hollywood Reporter

The former Interscope Records CEO and Beats co-founder and his wife, Liberty Ross, are donating a painting by global superstar Mark Bradford to LACMA. [CDATA[<p There’s a new player making

Jim Carrey Spent the Last Six Years Painting. Now, See What the Actor-Turned-Artist Has Created. | artnet News

Jim Carrey is not a man to do things by halves—at least not when it comes to his art. For the last six years, he has thrown himself into painting,

How This Art-World Entrepreneur Is Rethinking Social Justice

Art world curator and gallerist Cheryl Haines does not consider herself an activist. Yet, through her work with artists, she is changing the public’s connection to society. From a young

How Many Animals Have Died for Damien Hirst’s Art to Live? We Counted. | artnet News

Damien Hirst is back. More than a decade after he last made headlines, the artist has a new exhibition at François Pinault’s Palazzo Grassi and Punta Della Dogana in Venice with

Will Cryptocurrencies Be the Art Market’s Next Big Thing? – The New York Times

But when buying into the world of cryptocurrencies, it can be difficult to determine what is real. Consider this Twitter post from Mr. Prince on Jan. 6: I have no

Is Instagram Ruining Art? Social Media’s Impact On Artists « CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Social media is taking over the art world. That’s the message various New York City artists told CBS2’s Elle McLogan. On The Dig, several artists invited McLogan

Is Virtual Reality the Future of Fine Art? – Resource

Virtual reality has gradually made its way into movies, advertising, video games, and now, it’s even being picked up by the fine art world. According to Engadget, Icelandic singer and

Try these 18 destinations for 2018 – LA Times

ELEMENTS HERE DISPLAY ON TOP OF THE LEAD ART Try these 18 destinations for 2018 By Christopher Reynolds Jan 7, 2018 You know that saying about eating dessert first because

Radical women and climate change: what to expect from the US art world in 2018 | Art and design | The Guardian

The Brooklyn Museum, which will be home to an exhibition of feminist art called Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 on 13 April. Photograph: Jon Grizzle Sexual misconduct reports, vital