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Painter of the Month | Maryam Rahimi Namin

  •   How Artists Are Bypassing Their Dealers and Selling Directly to Collectors

    How Artists Are Bypassing Their Dealers and Selling Directly to Collectors

    In 2008, Damien Hirst dodged his long-time dealers and took a complete exhibition of his work straight to Sotheby’s. The unprecedented sale surpassed all estimates, bringing in roughly $200 million (of which his galleries at the time, Gagosian and White Cube, did not partake), and raising a major question: Do artists need galleries to sell their work?

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  • Hannibal Alkhas

    Hannibal Alkhas

    Hannibal Alkhas (1930 – 2010) was a sculptor, painter and author. He was born in 1930 in Iran into an ethnic Assyrian and Christian family and spent his childhood and teenage years in Kermanshah, Ahwaz and Tehran. In 1951, Hannibal Alkhas moved to the United States in pursuit of his education and studied philosophy for three years at Loyola University of Chicago, Illinois.

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  • Former School of Rock CEO Wants Making Art to Be Like Taking Guitar Lessons

    Former School of Rock CEO Wants Making Art to Be Like Taking Guitar Lessons

    On August 1st, it was announced that New York gallerists James and Jane Cohan, along with business leaders Steve Cohan and Jim Karr, would be spearheading the first Chicago franchise location of One River School of Art + Design.

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