De Kooning’s “ocher woman” from the robbery home

It was a robbery that was as shameless as it was simple. On the morning of November 29, 1985, a couple entered the University of Arizona Museum of Art in Tucson, Arizona. Within minutes, “Woman-Ocher” – a painting by Dutch-American artist Willem de Kooning – was gone. Museum curator Olivia Miller described the theft in … Read more

MoMA sells Picasso to help fund potential payment to NFTs

NFTs on display at Gallery 0X.17 in Lower Manhattan include Boring Monkeys, CyrptoPunks, and other distinctive indestructible “art”. Everyone knows that the best artwork comes with a hashtag and number to let you know how many similar editions there are in the world.picture: Kyle Barr (Gizmodo) MMA’s mission statement is to “connect people from all … Read more