Art Industry News: The Met Promotes Jamie Kelleher to Director of Operations as Part of the Museum’s Leadership Restructuring + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments emerging from the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Thursday, January 12th. Need to read Destruction of the original Juneteenth Museum site – The Fort Worth building of the Juneteenth Museum, founded by the so-called “Juneteenth … Read more

A scientist has sued the United States Copyright Office, claiming that protection should be given to his art generated by artificial intelligence.

A computer scientist has sued the United States Copyright Office, asking a federal court in Washington, D.C., to overturn the office’s refusal to grant copyright protection to a work of art created by an artificial intelligence system it created. Work in the lawsuit center entitled A modern entrance to heavenCreated in 2012 by DABUS, it … Read more

Parallel shows in London and Berlin create political utopias using artificial intelligence and celebrity faking

This is going to sound very languid, but in the spirit of honesty: Artists Anika Coleman and Christopher Cullendran Thomas presented two types of exhibitions that I would normally walk away from. On the first floor of their exhibition at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin is a political video documentary; In the … Read more