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Artist Douglas Mandry’s Latest Installation Emerges Like a Mirage From a Swiss Mountaintop

‘Gravity Flow’ is an intriguingly surreal ecological statement in the Alps. The post Artist Douglas Mandry’s Latest Installation Emerges Like a Mirage From a Swiss …

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In Pictures: See Inside the Albertina’s Legacy-Defining Basquiat Retrospective

More than 50 major works have been lent for the exhibition in Vienna, from public and private collections. The post In Pictures: See Inside the Albertina’s …

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Are You Ready to Become a Professional Artist?

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Is The Working Artist Masterclass the Right Art Course for You? – An honest assessment

Investing time and money into a course for artists is a great way to build your knowledge, expand your skill set, and develop confidence. And …

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Iridescent Wall Art by Lyès Olivier Sidhoum

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John Edlund and His Life-Preserving Valise, 1915

When the Titanic sunk in 1912 south of Newfoundland, the world mourned the deaths of more than 1,500 people, and were outraged by the news …

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The Best Shortlisted Photos From Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Contest 2022

“Treefrog pool party” by Brandon Güell, Costa Rica/USA Here are the 15 best-shortlisted photos from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest 2022. Photographers from …

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The Winning Photos Of Animal Friends Comedy Pet Photo Awards 2022

Overall Winner – Boom Boom by Kenichi Morinaga Here are the winning photos of Animal Friends Comedy Pet Photo Awards 2022. The overall competition winner …

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Board Members of Toronto Museum Resign En Masse In Dispute Over Management Issues

The Power Plant, a leading contemporary art space on Toronto’s waterfront, has lost nearly its entire board of directors, with 24 out of 27 of …

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A 3,000 Year-Old Gold Burial Mask Found in Shangcheng Dates to One of China’s Earliest Recorded Dynasties

A stunning 3,000-year-old gold burial mask was uncovered by archaeologists working in central China recently, in a royal tomb belonging to a high-level noble from …

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Filipino Artist Pio Abad Turns Ferdinand Marcos and Ronald Reagan’s Cozy Correspondence Into Art at the Carnegie International

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At MoMA, Wolfgang Tillmans Reflects on His Decades-Long Career without Fear

There is something wonderful about seeing tape on the walls at the Museum of Modern Art. In “To look without fear,” a new retrospective chronicling …

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Works by Vincent van Gogh, Lucian Freud, Jasper Johns, Gustav Klimt Unveiled as Part of Paul Allen Collection, Valued at $1 B.

Works by Vincent van Gogh, Lucian Freud, Jasper Johns, Gustav Klimt, Georgia O’Keefe, and other major artists have been revealed to be part of the …

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Fernanda Gomes

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Guggenheim Eliminates $100,000 Hugo Boss Prize

New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is discontinuing its $100,000 Hugo Boss Prize, Artnews reports. The institution gave no reason for the cancelation of biennial prize, …

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The Amazing Combined Photos by Steve Mcmennamy

Steve Mcmennamy is a graphic designer. The premise of this Instagram account is pretty simple: combine two unrelated images together into a single interesting photo. …

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Introducing Dataism: the Art Movement We Need to Understand How Our World Is Shaped by Big Data

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An Art Gallery Founded By Famous Art World Heirs Is Opening in the Former CBGB Spot

New York City mourned when famed rock club CBGB closed in 2006. The legendary home of rock and roll, punk, and dance, CBGB was where …

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Cats Stealing Food In Renaissance Still Life Paintings

Alexandre-François Desportes, 1705 Are you looking for a new hobby? Maybe you should join us in looking for cats who are stealing food in still …

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This Artis Creates Creative Cartoon Drawings On Pictures Of Everyday Objects

Indian artist Vidhi Naik has created a fun and smart way to showcase her artistic talent. She draws cartoonish-looking characters and places them in real-life …

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Guggenheim Museum Nixes Closely Watched $100,000 Hugo Boss Prize

The Guggenheim Museum in New York will no longer award the prestigious Hugo Boss Prize, the museum told ARTnews Friday. The closely-followed biennial award has …

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Collage Artist Deborah Roberts Sues Fellow Artist, Gallery Claiming ‘Willful Copyright Infringement’

Deborah Roberts, a well-known collage artist based in Austin, Texas, is suing artist Lynthia Edwards, who is based in Birmingham, Alabama, and her Brooklyn gallery, …

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At a Famous Florence Old Masters Fair, Italy’s Impending Elections Have Dealers Fretting About the Future of Its Art Market

At BIAF, dealers expressed both hope and fear over an expected right-wing win. The post At a Famous Florence Old Masters Fair, Italy’s Impending Elections …

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Ukrainian Museum in New York Appoints Peter Doroshenko as New Director

The Ukrainian Museum in New York announced Friday that Peter Doroshenko will be its new director. Prior to his appointment at the Ukrainian Museum, Doroshenko …

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Junya Ishigami Designs a Cave-Like Culinary Experience in Japan

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Charles Ray on Claes Oldenburg

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The Late ‘Golden Girls’ Star Betty White’s Art Collection, Emmys, and Other Personal Belongings Are Up for Auction

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For a Year, New York’s Artists Space Will Transform Its Basement Into a Venue for Cutting-Edge Performance

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Archaeologists Discovered 7,000-Year-Old Structure Older Than Stonehenge or Pyramids of Giza

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Rachel Harrison on Claes Oldenburg

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Kristi Cavataro Is a Fast-Rising Sculptor Breathing New Life Into an Ancient Medium: Stained Glass

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What Art Lovers Should See in Mexico City, One of the World’s Top Art Destinations

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Vintage Baubles and Foliage Encircle the Enchanting Glass Dioramas of Artist Amber Cowan

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Announcing India Carney as the 2022 National Arts & Humanities Month Ambassador

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Art Industry News: How Pace Gallery Progenitor Arne Glimcher Found Himself Back at a Gallery Front Desk + Other Stories

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Citing Murky Copyright Territory, Getty Images Bans A.I.-Generated Art

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Christie’s Details Paul Allen Collection Sale, Duro Olowu’s Latest Curated Exhibition, and More: Morning Links for September 23, 2022

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After a $50 M. Gift to Celebrate 30 Years, Bard’s Center for Curatorial Studies Looks Toward the Future

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Acaye Kerunen Joins Pace Gallery After Showing at Venice Biennale’s Award-Winning Ugandan Pavilion

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Watch: Casey Jones is KROOKED Skateboarding’s Guest Artist

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“Clayton Sisterhood Project” by Photographer Laila Annmarie Stevens

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Dusk of the Gods: New Work by Czech Artist Vojtěch Kovařík

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Levi’s x Who Decides War Capsule Collection

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Artist Spotlight: Lauren Clay

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Beyond the Visible

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Baldwin Lee’s Intimate Portrayal of Daily Life in the American South

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The Art Angle Podcast: How the Universe Taught Wolfgang Tillmans to Make Art

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See the Hypnotic Immersive Experiences Coming to Frameless, the U.K.’s First Permanent Home for Experiential Art

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What Is An Artist?

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Archaeologists Have Uncovered a Mysterious Stone Roundel in Prague That’s Older Than Stonehenge and the Pyramids

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