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Five Artists in the Headlines: Murakami Meets Hiroshige, Pierre Soulages Stars at Sotheby’s, Juergen Teller’s Show and Tell

3 min read  ·  14 Dec 2023

Hiroshige’s 100 Famous Views Of Edo (feat. Takashi Murakami) Heads to Brooklyn

Brooklyn Museum will present "Hiroshige’s 100 Famous Views Of Edo (feat. [Takashi Murakami](", with Murakami's paintings inspired by the Japanese master's prints. April 5 until August 4. (HENI News)

Pierre Soulages Leads Sotheby's $22.15m Auction in Paris

Works by [Pierre Soulages]( and [Francois-Xavier Lalanne]( were among the 98% of lots selling above their low estimate at Sotheby's 'Collection Hubert Guerrand-Hermès, Vente du Soir' auction on December 13 in Paris. (HENI News)

50 Questions With Juergen Teller

As [Juergen Teller](’s largest exhibition so far, “I Need to Live”, opens at the Grand Palais in Paris, the photographer answers 50 quickfire questions. (AnOther)

The Female Artists Pushing the Boundaries of Abstraction

The resurgence of abstraction, led by younger female artists including [Rachel Jones]( and [Pam Evelyn](, coincides with a cultural moment of self-reflection. (W Magazine)

Writer Julian Barnes on the Myths About Claude Monet

The critic Clement Greenberg didn’t believe in buying art “but he liked receiving it from artists and art dealers whom his words had assisted or would assist.” When and where did conflicts of interest start? Probably in the Paris of [Claude Monet](, writes Julian Barnes (London Review of Books)