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In Today’s Art Market, the ‘Male Gaze’ Is Not a Good Look [The New York Times]

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PDF By Scott Reyburn July 14, 2018 LONDON — Taste is changing. When private collectors and public museums acquire works of art, these acquisitions are being made in a very different cultural climate from that which prevailed in the late 20th century, let alone the late 19th. The market for contemporary art is, for example, being transformed by some curators’ desire to rehabilitate underrepresented names, particularly female and African-American artists. Similar imperatives are driving museum purchases of pre-20th-century works. This month, the National Gallery in London announced that it had bought Artemisia Gentileschi’s “ Self Portrait as St. Catherine of Alexandria ” for 3.6 million pounds, or about $4.8 million. Artemisia, though, is hardly an unknown talent. Hailed in her own lifetime as a “prodigy of painting, easier to envy than to imitate,” the most renowned female artist of the Italian Baroque was the subject of solo exhibitions in Milan in 2011 [Read more]

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