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An art historian recently discovered that a Mondrian painting has been hung upside down for decades. How does something like that happen, and what made them realize the mistake? Plus: Quinn tries to guess which way abstract paintings are supposed to be oriented.
After Lynn Goldsmith took photos of Prince in 1981, she gave Andy Warhol permission to make a silkscreen illustration. However, she had no idea that he made a series of illustrations, some of which have been licensed for thousands of dollars. Now she has a case in front of the Supreme Court that may shape the future of copyright.
Presidential portraits! Why are so many so boring and a few actually quite interesting? How does Pikachu fit in to this? Let's find out.
Well, there was a fun TikTok trend about everyone's favorite art pieces, but then the sound got taken down and all the videos are unavailable now, so you're going to have to take our word for it. I mean it's fine, we describe the videos and we link to all the art, but still. Rude.
Betty and Quinn return after a brief hiatus to discuss the life and work of JMW Turner... the father of Modernism?
Quinn walks Betty through the life, work, and hot takes of the iconic painter Keith Haring.
Betty walks Quinn through select pavilions and artworks at the 2022 Venice Biennale. This art show has everything: sculptures, paintings, deeply moving artist statements, a paper maze, dreams made out of milk(?)
A brief overview of Venice's biannual international art exhibition, but primarily the most scandalous controversies in its 127 year history.
Augusta Savage was a sculptor, teacher, and part of the Harlem Renaissance. While she was relatively unknown when she passed away, today she's been rediscovered and recognized for her work and for her mentorship to the next generation of artists.