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How Auctions Identify the Next Big Artists and Trends

Phillips’s 20th-century & contemporary art auction, 2017. Courtesy of Phillips. Auctions prophesize the rise of art stars and identify trends in the contemporary scene through …

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We Sent an Illustrator to Frieze New York to Capture All the Action—See Images Here

Susan Coyne made her way through the fair, hobnobbing with visitors, to offer us an illustrator’s sense of what the show looks like. The post …

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5 Under-the-Radar Works to Seek Out at Frieze New York, From an Edward Said-Themed Dance to an Artist’s Poignant Memorial

Keep an eye out for these hidden gems at the fair. The post 5 Under-the-Radar Works to Seek Out at Frieze New York, From an …

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Cindy Sherman

More than forty years ago, Cindy Sherman debuted “Cindy Sherman,” the polymorphous persona that, since then, has been the artist’s primary subject: a reflection not …

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From the Multi-Billion Dollar Auction Week to the Most Expensive Art Fairs: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week’s news, fast. The post From the Multi-Billion Dollar Auction Week to the Most Expensive Art Fairs: The Best and Worst …

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Kendrick Lamar’s New Music Features Two Major Texas Landmarks

Days after releasing Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, his first new album in five years, rapper Kendrick Lamar has unveiled a music video featuring …

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Anna Delvey Calls Into Her Art Show’s Opening from Prison

Anna Delvey, the notorious scammer who traversed the upper echelons of the art world prior to being caught and arrested for grand larceny, finally opened …

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Marco Brambilla

The superlatives “genius” and “masterpiece” are often applied overzealously—so we won’t use them here. Yet these qualities suffuse film director and artist Marco Brambilla’s video …

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Maestro Dobel Celebrates the Legacy of Mexican Tequila With a Quietly Bold Pop-Up Lounge for Frieze New York

The esteemed tequila brought Ricardo Legorreta’s modern Mexican designs to the fair. The post Maestro Dobel Celebrates the Legacy of Mexican Tequila With a Quietly …

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5 Highlights at the 2022 AIPAD Photography Show, From an Archive of an Artist’s Everyday Life to New Prints by a Lost Master

Forty-nine galleries from 23 cities are partaking in the event. The post 5 Highlights at the 2022 AIPAD Photography Show, From an Archive of an …

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Germany Bumps Up Culture Spending By 7 Percent to $2.4 Billion, Citing Link Between Arts and Democracy

The budget represents a 7 percent rise over last year’s. The post Germany Bumps Up Culture Spending By 7 Percent to $2.4 Billion, Citing Link …

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“Short Cuts” by Artist Charlie Roberts

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Atlas with Human or Animal Form: Outstanding Illustrations by Fernando Vicente

Fernando Vicente Sánchez is a Spanish painter and illustrator, born in Madrid in November 1963. His early work as an illustrator was published in the …

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Andy Warhol Museum Is Building a Six-Block $60 Million ‘Pop District’ to Turn Pittsburgh Into a Cultural Hub

The museum aims to create job opportunities for young people, in the spirit of Warhol’s Factory. The post Andy Warhol Museum Is Building a Six-Block …

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An Ukrainian Artist Creates Handmade Blown Glass Creatures

Glass in his hands is as plastic as clay; gracefully transparent, and conveys the finest nuances of the structure of all kinds of insects. You …

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David Zwirner Faces Further Roadblocks in Planned Hamptons Artist Retreat

The Hamptons is a battleground of epic proportions: the world’s rich fight to develop the highly sought after land of the East End while planning …

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Ukraine-Born American Artist Boris Artzybasheff’s Anti-Nazi Illustrations

Boris Artzybasheff (25 May 1899 – 16 July 1965) created many of these abstract anti-Axis illustrations for America’s Wickwire Spencer Steel Company (1901 – 1963) …

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Wife Embroidered the Iconic DOOM Logo on Her Husband’s Jeans Jacket

People’s creativity never ceases to amaze. DTF magazine user Victor Matveev shared the work of his wife, who embroidered the logo of the iconic DOOM …

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A Brilliant Orange Orb Shape-Shifts Through Time in a Meditative Animated Short

 A metaphor for the way fragments of time both accumulate and mutate as they slip from one moment to the next, a glowing sphere …

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What Sold at New York’s Spring 2022 Auctions

Portrait of Sotheby’s Senior International Specialist and Auctioneer Michael Macaulay during “The Now Evening Auction,” 2022. Courtesy of Sotheby’s New York. On the same day …

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London’s Victoria & Albert Museum Moves Closer to Historic Bayeux Tapestry Loan

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum has signed an agreement with the French city of Bayeux that will see them work together on scholarship surrounding the …

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Artists Disappear From This Year’s List of the U.K.’s Richest People While Collectors With Russian Ties Fall Down the Ranks

Here’s who’s on and who’s off. The post Artists Disappear From This Year’s List of the U.K.’s Richest People While Collectors With Russian Ties Fall …

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Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation to Send 23 Artifacts Back To Namibia

A group of artifacts from the collection of the Ethnological Museum of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation will be brought to Namibia as the conclusion …

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Catch the Sensation! London’s Design Museum Hosts the World’s First Exhibition Dedicated to ASMR

The exhibition takes feeling to a whole new level. The post Catch the Sensation! London’s Design Museum Hosts the World’s First Exhibition Dedicated to ASMR …

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The hard lessons of Europe’s soft power

Through her films, images, installations, and objects, Jasmina Cibic pulls back the curtain on hegemonic powers, exposing the formulations and ideologies that create and maintain …

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Oscar-Winning Filmmakers Bring Fashion to Life in the Met’s Period Rooms

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is an institution that not only shapes the history of art but also the history of fashion, as becomes clear …

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Americans For The Arts Debuts Improved Arts + Social Impact Explorer

Friday, May 20, 2022 Category:  Americans for the Arts News Americans for the Arts has introduced a new 2.0 version of the Arts + Social …

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Four Tet’s KH moniker Drops “Looking at Your Pager” Video with Visuals by Trevor Jackson

On a Friday afternoon, we often put Four Tet on in the Juxtapoz universe for a little pick me up. Today, we get an exclusive …

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‘Painting Is Like Keeping a Diary’: Artist Cristina BanBan on Exploring Her Psyche by Depicting the Lives of Others

The Spanish-born painter is especially interested in depicting women. The post ‘Painting Is Like Keeping a Diary’: Artist Cristina BanBan on Exploring Her Psyche by …

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Cloaked in Bold Motifs, Ceramic Vessels by Ariana Heinzman Sprout Playful Botanical Forms

All images courtesy of J. Reinhart Gallery, shared with permission From her studio on Vashon Island in Washington, artist Ariana Heinzman channels the lithe forms …

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Want to Wear a Basquiat? Inside the Big Business of Artist Merch

From Barbies to Coach bags, Basquiat is everywhere. The post Want to Wear a Basquiat? Inside the Big Business of Artist Merch appeared first on …

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Art Industry News: The World’s Most Expensive Car Was Just Sold at a Secret Auction for $143 Million + Other Stories

Plus, Instagram posts from a Louise Bourgeois show are censored, and a Bogota gallery’s repeat win at Frieze. The post Art Industry News: The World’s …

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A Conservationist Teaches Geese to Use Safer Migration Routes by Flying With Them Across Europe

 Back in 1995, Christian Moullec embarked on his first migration alongside a flock of lesser white-fronted geese that he intended to introduce to Sweden. …

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Rare Mercedes Goes for $143 M., Fundraiser Launched for Aboriginal Art, and More: Morning Links for May 20, 2022

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines RECORDS RESET. The marquee May auctions continued on Thursday in New York, …

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Visions of Utopia

“Do you think that the first space colony created by mankind will happen during your lifetime?” asks Serena Dzenis, a lens-based artist from Australia, who …

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“Consider Things” by Photographer Erli Grünzweil

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In “Coniunctio”: Christian Rex van Minnen @ Ross + Kramer, NYC

It almost seems like Christian Rex van Minnen, in his mind-bending and contemporary take on the past Masters of Western European painting, hasn’t named a …

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Creature Presents: Space Bat Killer

Take a stroll through Brielle, NJ, and link up with Sean Bernhardt, aka Space Bat Killer, to get a glimpse of his hand-cut, glue and scissors, …

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INTERCONNECTION: Fernando Chamarelli @ Mirus Gallery, San Francisco

INTERCONNECTION is an invitation to realize that we are connected to a network that goes beyond what we can see. For this, Fernando Chamarelli creates illustrative …

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Entre la Sombra: Natalia Juncadella’s Debut @ Hashimoto Contemporary, NYC

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Entre la Sombra, a solo exhibition by Miami-based artist Natalia Juncadella. The exhibition will be Juncadella’s inaugural solo presentation …

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Sotheby’s Closes the Spring New York Auction Season With a Double-Header Contemporary Art Sale That Nets $283.4 million

The house hosted two sales Thursday night to round out two weeks of auction action. The post Sotheby’s Closes the Spring New York Auction Season …

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Metaphysical Landscapes, Playful Ceramics, and a Revelatory Rediscovery: Here Are Five of the Best Booths at Frieze New York

These galleries stood out for their abstract, thoughtful, and surreal stagings. The post Metaphysical Landscapes, Playful Ceramics, and a Revelatory Rediscovery: Here Are Five of …

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Back to the Future: A Luxury Curation of Art From Many Eras (Including a Warhol NFT) Lands in New York

Tourneau and Bucherer’s “Time Machine” is part of an ongoing fine art-meets-luxury Initiative. The post Back to the Future: A Luxury Curation of Art From …

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‘It Honors Millions of Ancestors’: Watch Artist Kara Walker Build a Mobile Musical Monument to Enslaved People

As part of a collaboration with Art21, hear news-making artists describe their inspirations in their own words. The post ‘It Honors Millions of Ancestors’: Watch …

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In Justin Yoon’s Sci-Fi Suburbia, Queer Friendships Shine

Dews of Dusk, 2021. Justin YoonTaymour Grahne Projects Justin Yoon’s paintings and drawings of glossy figures literally sparkle. The Brooklyn-based artist adds light traces of …

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The Best Engagement Photos Of 2022 By Junebug Weddings

Photographed By Orlando Suares Of Viridian Images Photography In Atlanta, Georgia, USA Here are the best engagement photos of 2022 by Junebug Weddings. Thousands of …

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The U.K. and Greece Will Hold Landmark Talks on the Contested Parthenon Marbles

The United Kingdom will hold formal talks with Greece regarding the potential repatriation of the Parthenon Marbles, which have been in the British Museum since …

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Wildflowers, Trees, and Quaint Cabins Spring From Su Blackwell’s Book Sculptures

“Nature in Britain” (2012). Photo by Jaron James. All images © Su Blackwell, shared with permission The enchanting, imaginative narratives usually bound between the covers …

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Dayalets’ Hellish Vitamin Mascots Intended to Promote a Healthy Diet From the 1950s

Nothing really prepares you for the Dayalets. As you can gather from the cover, they were vitamins, but they were so much more: they were …

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At Frieze, a 45-Foot Herb Garden Is an Unlikely, and Highly Effective, Visualization of the Threat to Women’s Reproductive Rights

The garden maps the states with the strictest anti-choice laws. The post At Frieze, a 45-Foot Herb Garden Is an Unlikely, and Highly Effective, Visualization …

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