Download the HENI News app

Artists Ed Ruscha, Marilyn Minter, and More Donate Works to Fight Big Oil

Artists Ed Ruscha, Marilyn Minter, and More Donate Works to Fight Big Oil

Artnet News · 08 Apr, 2024 @ 17:00

A selection of works donated by leading artists to The Art for a Safe and Healthy California will be auctioned by Christie’s in May, while the rest will be sold in a Gagosian show in Beverly Hills later this summer.

Related Articles
Fernão Cruz e Rita Ferreira na Rialto6
Fernão Cruz e Rita Ferreira na Rialto6

As a curator he has regularly collaborated with the INSTITUTO, in Porto, from which we highlight exhibitions such as "How to find the centre of a circle" by Emma Hornsby and "Handmade" by Ana Paisano.

Kunstmuseum Bern, hosting Tracey Rose retrospective, branded ‘despicable’ by artist
Kunstmuseum Bern, hosting Tracey Rose retrospective, branded ‘despicable’ by artist

The artist Tracey Rose says her solo show at Kunstmuseum Bern was censored and she was not told of, nor invited to attend, a public discussion on artistic freedom programmed to run alongside the retrospective.

Mary Laube: Unsettles the Archive at Morgan Lehman Gallery
Mary Laube: Unsettles the Archive at Morgan Lehman Gallery

In her earlier works, influenced by Ellsworth Kelly’s approach to abstraction, Laube would meticulously study a single object, distilling its visual essence to guide her toward increasingly abstract forms.

Gavin Jantjes: ‘To Be Free! A Retrospective 1970-2023’ at Whitechapel Gallery review
Gavin Jantjes: ‘To Be Free! A Retrospective 1970-2023’ at Whitechapel Gallery review

And South African-born artist Gavin Jantjes uses it with brutal force.

Queering the Crescent: in Conversation with Soufiane Ababri & Raúl Muñoz de la Vega
Queering the Crescent: in Conversation with Soufiane Ababri & Raúl Muñoz de la Vega

For a second important perspective, she also brings into the conversation curator of the show, Raúl Muñoz.

Revamped MLK Statue Returns to Springfield's Freedom Corner
Revamped MLK Statue Returns to Springfield's Freedom Corner

“His relentless efforts to build a fairer society and his life-long devotion to civil rights make him one of the world’s most influential individuals.”

Luc Tuymans: the “crime” paintings that will disappear in under a year
Luc Tuymans: the “crime” paintings that will disappear in under a year

The scene takes place at the Louvre.