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Bizarre, Biomorphic Housing Structures Known as ‘Binishells’ Are Popping Up in Los Angeles

Binishells are made by inflating a gigantic neoprene bladder with air, then covering it in a thin coat of reinforced spray-on concrete. The post Bizarre, …

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An Artist Has Transformed an Abandoned Las Vegas Gas Station Into a Neon Oasis in the Desert

The artist known as Neon Saltwater re-envisioned the 1930s relic for the Life Is Beautiful Festival. The post An Artist Has Transformed an Abandoned Las …

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Banksy To Release Screenprint Edition for Ukraine Benefit

One of the world’s most famous artists, Banksy, who recently released a series of images and photos from his stencils he painted in Borodyanka, Ukraine, …

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Major Art Collector Yusaku Maezawa Chooses DJ Steve Aoki and BIGBANG’s Top For SpaceX Moon Mission

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The Art World Redoubles Its Support of Iranian Protests, With Actions in New York and Miami, and an Open Letter Signed by 500 Cultural Figures

This past weekend saw art world actions at Untitled Miami Beach, and in New York at Four Freedoms Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. …

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Valuations: Creative Director Alexander May Tells Us About the Monochromatic Spaces and Objects That Feed His Soul

We asked the founder of art-and-design platform Sized about the things he values most—in art and in life. The post Valuations: Creative Director Alexander May …

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Top 10 of 2022: The Year’s Best Architecture

What defined the best architecture of 2022? As the year comes to an end, we add another chapter to an annual tradition of celebrating the …

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Christie’s and Phillips Are Closing Their Sprawling Outposts in Southampton

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Here Are the Most Popular Art and Culture Searches on Google in 2022—From Burden and Basquiat to Delvey and Doubtfire

We pick through the noteworthy entries in Google’s 2022 Year in Search. The post Here Are the Most Popular Art and Culture Searches on Google …

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Spectacular Winning Photos of The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2022

Here are the winning photos of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2022. The Overall Winner of this year’s competition is Jennifer Hadley, for her classic …

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Roman Treasure Stolen from British Museum After Metal Detectorists Forfeited it by Law For Safekeeping

Thousands of dollars worth of historical artifacts are suspected of being stolen in England, according to a report Thursday by the Daily Mail. The lost …

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150 Artists and Culture Workers Are Boycotting a Finnish Museum Over Its Ties to Zionist Arms Heir Poju Zabludowicz

A petition says the billionaire funds organizations that “support the apartheid regime imposed on Palestine.” The post 150 Artists and Culture Workers Are Boycotting a …

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Artists Voice Concerns Over The Signatures In Viral LensaAI Portraits

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A Rare, Exceptional Piece of Beatles Memorabilia—John Lennon’s Floral-Patterned Toilet—Goes on View at a Liverpool Museum

John’s john will be exhibited at the museum for the foreseeable future. The post A Rare, Exceptional Piece of Beatles Memorabilia—John Lennon’s Floral-Patterned Toilet—Goes on …

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The Artistry of Park Chan-wook: A Closer Look at Decision to Leave

Acclaimed director Director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Stoker, The Handmaiden) returns with his first feature film in six years. Decision to Leave blends investigative drama and …

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Hurricanes Washed a Mysterious Wooden Structure Ashore in Florida. Now, Archaeologists Say It’s a 19th-Century Cargo Ship

Residents had previously speculated that the 100-foot enigma was the work of extraterrestrials. The post Hurricanes Washed a Mysterious Wooden Structure Ashore in Florida. Now, …

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The Career of Willy Guhl, Creator of the Iconic ‘Shell Seat,’ Gets Another Look With an Exhibition in Zürich

On view through March 28, 2023, the retrospective highlights one of Switzerland’s most influential industrial designers.  The post The Career of Willy Guhl, Creator of …

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Textile Sculptures by Lauren Pruen Preserve Elegant Botanical Specimens Under Glass

All images © Lauren Pruen Protected under tall glass cloches, Lauren Pruen’s botanical specimens sprout from root to bloom. The artist shapes thin strips of wire into …

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Netherlands Returned More Than 200 Pre-Hispanic Artifacts to Mexico

Netherlands repatriated 223 pre-Hispanic artifacts to Mexico, thanks to the “active cooperation” between the two nations, Mexico’s foreign ministry announced last week. In a statement, the …

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Celebrities Who Promoted Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs

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Pace Gallery To Pay $6.2 Million To The Real Estate Brokerage CBRE: Lawsuit

A nearly five-year dispute between art world juggernaut Pace Gallery and one of New York City’s largest real estate firms, CBRE, was put to bed …

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Pace Gallery To Pay $6.2 Million In Damages To The Real Estate Brokerage CBRE 

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5 Artists on Our Radar This December

“Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced by the Artsy team. Utilizing our art expertise and access to Artsy data, we highlight five …

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New DAO Crypto Group Aims to Crowdfund to Buy Constitution at Auction

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BTS’s RM Releases Concert Film With Performances at Dia Beacon

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Photographer Masayuki Oki Focuses a Humorous Lens on Japan’s Feline Residents

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Korean Illustrator Kim Jung Gi’s ‘Resurrection’ via AI Image Generator Is Orientalism in New Clothing

It took exactly three days for someone to resurrect beloved Korean artist Kim Jung Gi after his death in early October at the age of …

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New Year, New Plans: 2023 Calendars to Organize Your Year

2022 is quickly coming to a close, and wrapping up the year also means looking forward to the next. To start charting a course for …

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Police Broke Into the Gallery of Banksy’s Former Agent, Mistaking a Sculpture for a Dead Woman

“The work is to provoke and it’s definitely achieving that,” said a gallery employee. The post Police Broke Into the Gallery of Banksy’s Former Agent, …

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Art Industry News: Mega-Collector and Luxury Tycoon Bernard Arnault Has Displaced Elon Musk as the World’s Richest Man + Other Stories

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Asif Hoque is a “Golden Boy”

Asif Hoque is myth-finder and myth-maker. His paintings are a combination of fantasy, folklore and family heritage. There are warriors, fire, animals, beasts, fabled lands …

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Bianca Nemelc Becomes One with Nature in “Eutierria”

“There is a story,” Bianca Nemelc told us about the bodies in her paintings in an interview a few years back. “It usually starts with …

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Playing in Still Life

It is estimated that total food waste is over 2.5 billion tonnes, close to 40%. A proportion of this figure is made up of so-called …

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Artist Spotlight: Karlotta Freier

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Cerámica Suro and SCAD Teamed at Design Miami for One of the Highlights of Miami Art Week

We are still going through all of our notes from the Miami art week, and one of the standout booths we visited was at Design …

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Peter Opheim and Adam Handler are Warriors and Ghosts

GR Gallery is pleased to present Warriors and Ghosts, a primary duo exhibition of Peter Opheim and Adam Handler. The show will feature a total of …

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Artist Spotlight: Lewis Chamberlain

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The Art Angle Podcast: Are Climate Activists’ Art Attacks Helping or Hurting Their Cause

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A Genre-Defying Brooklyn Gallery Opens With an Exhibition of Masks Spanning 200 Years

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Furniture Works by Jorge Zalszupin, Master of Brazilian Modern Architecture, Go on View at Sean Kelly Los Angeles

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Archaeologists Have Discovered One of the World’s Oldest Pieces of Narrative Art, and It’s NSFW

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I Uploaded Photos of Myself to the New Lensa A.I. Portrait Generator. The Results Were Stunning, Strange… and Super Creepy

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Mel Kendrick

For more than five decades, sculptor Mel Kendrick has created visual puzzles by taking things apart and putting them back together again. The resulting works …

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Archaeologists Uncover ‘Significant’ Palace Door Threshold in Ancient Iraqi City of Nimrud During Major Recovery Dig

Archaeologists have discovered a 6.5-foot-high door threshold in the ancient Iraqi city of Nimrud. The threshold was found during the first major dig in the …

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A Second Group of Ukrainian Artworks Has Been Rescued From the War-Torn Country and Put on View in Switzerland

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K.R.M. Mooney

K.R.M. Mooney’s first exhibition with this gallery (and in New York) features a selection of suggestively deformed equipment, from architectural and industrial materials to nearly …

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Archaeologists Have Unearthed the First Full-Color Portraits of Egyptian Mummies in More Than a Century

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11,000-Year-Old Carving of Man Holding His Penis, Surrounded by Leopards is Oldest-Known Depiction of a Narrative Scene

The world’s oldest narrative scene, depicting humans and animals in a two-panel carving, has been discovered by archaeologists in Turkey. The research, published in the …

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Pakui Hardware to Represent Lithuania at 60th Venice Biennale

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One Year After a DAO Tried and Failed to Buy a Copy of the Constitution, a Second One Will Try Its Luck at Sotheby’s

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