Exhibitions

KEY TAKEAWAYS Twitter, now owned by Elon Musk and rebranded as “X,” has made its first acquisition by buying job search startup Laskie. Laskie was a San Francisco-based startup that aimed to streamline the job hunt by connecting tech talent with employers and making the process extra environment friendly. Before its acquisition, Laskie achieved a high success fee, with over 80% of job seekers pursuing matches suggested by the platform. The specific details of the acquisition, including the deal quantity, stay… KEY TAKEAWAYS Njideka Akunyili Crosby is a Nigerian-American artist known for her meticulous approach and intricate analysis course of in creating her artwork. Her consideration to element is evident in the accuracy and precision of her depictions, including scientific classifications of vegetation.

This previous May, Lisa Schiff, an art adviser with deep connections to the upper echelons of the market, received hit with multiple lawsuits from aggrieved collectors and galleries. Among them, Candace Barasch and Richard Grossman accused Schiff of defrauding them in the gross sales of artworks collectively worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. The lawsuits, and their aftermath, have offered a singular window into all-too-common enterprise practices that permeate the art world’s shadowy corridors. By September, at …

Exhibitions

KEY TAKEAWAYS Twitter, now owned by Elon Musk and rebranded as “X,” has made its first acquisition by buying job search startup Laskie. Laskie was a San Francisco-based startup that aimed to streamline the job hunt by connecting tech talent with employers and making the process extra environment friendly. Before its acquisition, Laskie achieved a high success fee, with over 80% of job seekers pursuing matches suggested by the platform. The specific details of the acquisition, including the deal quantity, stay… KEY TAKEAWAYS Njideka Akunyili Crosby is a Nigerian-American artist known for her meticulous approach and intricate analysis course of in creating her artwork. Her consideration to element is evident in the accuracy and precision of her depictions, including scientific classifications of vegetation.

This previous May, Lisa Schiff, an art adviser with deep connections to the upper echelons of the market, received hit with multiple lawsuits from aggrieved collectors and galleries. Among them, Candace Barasch and Richard Grossman accused Schiff of defrauding them in the gross sales of artworks collectively worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. The lawsuits, and their aftermath, have offered a singular window into all-too-common enterprise practices that permeate the art world’s shadowy corridors. By September, at …