Art Industry News: An Illustrator Had Her Work Co-Opted by the Alt-Right, Then by A.I. + Other Stories, δημοσίευση στο Artnet News [4/1/2023]Marilena Pateraki
Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Wednesday, January 4.
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NASA Shared Some Truly Incredible Space Imagery in 2022 – From the James Webb Space Telescope’s stunning shot of the Pillars of Creation, to the Juno probe’s captivating views of the planet Jupiter, to the Perseverance rover’s otherworldly snapshots from the surface of Mars—there was plenty of gorgeous extraterrestrial imagery to consume last year. (Daily Mail)
How Ukrainian Children Visualize War – A child clinging to a solder and a teddy bear; the spirit of a soldier standing in a gold wheat field waving the Ukrainian flag; and the Russia’s attack of Mariupol framed by a disturbingly bright orange sky are among the images of the war-torn country painted by Ukrainian children that are currently on show at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago. Some of the works are for sale to raise funds to help those impacted by the war. (New York Times)