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ViewZine's Art News Roundup

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ViewZine's Art News Roundup

Monet's glowing haystacks set alight Sotheby's Impressionist and Modern art sale with a new £97m record

Market is alive and kicking at the top for prime Impressionist works, though Bouguereau's uncomfortably placed, 19th century Bacchanalian scene failed to sell, via The Art Newspaper

‘I Didn’t Want My Art to Come Out While I Was an Actress’: At the Venice Biennale, Rose McGowan Reflects on Her New Life as an Artist

In Venice, the intersection of Hollywood and the art world is less pronounced and a more refined and European sensibility reigns, via Artnet

Sexual Outlaws in a Venetian Prison

The collateral exhibitions at the 58th Venice Biennale tackle social issues from class to surveillance, via Frieze

Whitney Biennial 2019: why is this year's show so safe?

The show, increasingly typified by controversial resistance art, is presenting a mostly safe front this year despite a growing protest over a Whitney trustee, via The Guardian

IMAGE: Monet's Meules (1890) set a new world record for the Impressionist artist when it sold for $110m at Sotheby's in New York