Climate Activists Stage Glue Protest at the Uffizi—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines A STICKY SITUATION. G-wielding climatelu have hit another art museum, this time in Italy, the Associated Press reports. After a string of high-profile incidents in the United Kingdom in recent weeks that have involved the protesters … Read more

Climate Activists Glue Themselves to a Van Gogh at London Gallery 

At 3:30pm today, June 30, two protesters glued their hands to the frame of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Peach Trees in Blossom” (1889) at the Courtauld Gallery in London in an action orchestrated by the climate advocacy group Just Stop Oil. Standing in front of — andd to — Van Gogh’s 19th-century adherence to an idyllic … Read more

Climate Protestors Arrested at Glasgow Museum—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines POLICE BLOTTER. Two Belgians who were arrested by Dutch police following the jewelry robbery at TEFAF in Maastricht earlier this week have been released without charges, the Associated Press reports. An investigation has cleared them; no … Read more

Experts Discuss Protecting Cultural Heritage Amid Ukraine War And Climate Change – ARTnews.com

The war in Ukraine and the looming threat of climate change have thrust the issue of cultural cultural heritage to the center of conversation among arts and professionals. On Saturday, the New York edition of Tefaf, Europe’s premier art fair, featured a panel discussion devoted to the subject under the title “First Aid to Cultural … Read more

World Press Photo Awards Highlight Indigenous Communities and Climate Disaster

The winners of the 2022 World Press Photo Award were announced last week. Started in 1955, the contest recognizes the work of professional photographers for publications. The four global winners were selected from a group of 24 regional awardees announced in March, narrowed down from a pool of 64,823 photographs submitted by 4,066 photographers across … Read more

For Artists Living by the Pacific, Climate Change Is Always on Their Minds

SAN FRANCISCO — On their first date about 30 years ago, Richard Lang and Judith Selby went to Kehoe Beach in Point Reyes National Seashore. Lang bent down to pick up a piece of plastic in the sand. So did Selby. They talked and found out that for several years each had been collecting plastic … Read more