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Cleveland Has at Last Renamed Its Baseball Team—and the New Name Pays Homage to Beloved Art Deco Sculptures

Major League Baseball has a new team name, and it comes from an unlikely source: public art. The newly christened Cleveland Guardians take their moniker …

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MVRDV’s Zig Zag Building Meets the Mainz Harbour

Off the German port city of Mainz’s Neustadt neighbourhood, the Zollhafen — German for “customs port” — has long sat undisturbed along the Rhine river …

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Once Smuggled Out of Iraq, the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet Has Been Seized by U.S. Authorities and Will Be Returned

A U.S. District Court in New York has ordered the craft chain Hobby Lobby to forfeit the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet, a rare cuneiform text from ancient …

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Beautiful creature 2

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Posed Women Rendered in Vibrant Gradients by Hanna Lee Joshi Embody Loss and Acceptance

“Alignment of Virtue.” All images © Hanna Lee Joshi, shared with permission Twisting into subtle backends or hunching into a cross-legged crouch, the faceless women …

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MoMA PS1 Reveals Artist List for 2021 Greater New York Show

After delaying its recurring Greater New York show a year because of the pandemic, MoMA PS1 has revealed the artist list for the touted exhibition’s …

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U.S. Government Sells Felon Martin Shkreli’s One-of-a-Kind Wu-Tang Clan Album

The United States government sold the sole copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s 2015 album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which had been seized from …

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A Kind Pine Cone Helps an Elderly Man Survive a Cold Winter in a Heartwarming Stop-Motion Animation

 Sometimes help comes from unexpected sources, especially when you need it most. That’s the central message behind a heartfelt stop-motion short written, directed, and …

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Sweet carnival

I was working on my last painting and I thought it would be great to go back to my childhood. To dive into the eternal …

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Jamieson Webster on Louise Bourgeois and psychoanalysis

I WONDER HOW people will think of psychoanalysis after they see the show “Louise Bourgeois, Freud’s Daughter,” currently at the Jewish Museum in New York. …

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The Centre Pompidou Has Tapped 39-Year-Old Xavier Rey to Direct the Museum as It Embarks on a Crucial Three-Year Revamp

In the latest round of musical chairs at French museums, 39-year-old Xavier Rey has been appointed director of the Centre Pompidou, the major Paris institution that umbrellas …

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Kristy Luck

“Know thyself,” commands the age-old adage; yet no matter how hard one tries, the true depths of one’s history and identity remain inscrutable. This inscrutability …

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L.A.’s Ace Gallery Founder Douglas Chrismas Arrested on Embezzlement Charges

Douglas Chrismas, a longtime Los Angeles gallerist whose reputation began to dim around a decade ago after allegations of suspicious business dealings, was arrested by …

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A Republican Congressman Just Introduced a Bill That Would Require the White House to Report Hunter Biden’s Art Sales

Earlier this month, the White House reportedly reached an agreement with Hunter Biden’s art dealer stipulating that all information related to the sale of the …

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A New Graphic Novel Tells the Origin Stories of the Superheroes of Feminist Art History—See Images Here

A new graphic novel about four of the leading figures in feminist art history does more than celebrate the legacies of Judy Chicago, Faith Ringgold, …

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London Officials Spent $2.7 Million to Build an Experience With ‘Soaring’ City Views. Its First Visitors Were Very Disappointed

London’s efforts to draw shoppers back to its main retail neighborhood by building a massive grass-covered mound at the bottom of Oxford Street have backfired …

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Everyday Moments

As national lockdowns lift, it’s becoming clear just how much coronavirus has altered our day-to-day lives. In April 2020, more than 46% of people in …

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This UFO Spaceship McDonald’s Used to Exist in Alconbury, England in the 1990s

For many kids, getting a McDonald’s on a long drive would be the ultimate treat. And if you grew up in or around Cambridgeshire in …

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Artist Who Turned To Painting After Finishing Her Studies In Radiation Chemistry

Today, Zoya Kriminskaya lives in a small town near Moscow and devotes most of her time to creativity. Zoya edits books and creates dreamy illustrations …

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Interlocking Cable Ties Form Undulating Water and Biomorphic Sculptures by Sui Park

“Undulating Beauty” (2018), black cable ties, 21 x 7.5 x 2.5 fee. All images © Sui Park, shared with permission Artist Sui Park (previously) zips …

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Illustrator Creates Posters With Deep And Hidden Meanings

32% Of British Women Don’t Feel Safe Walking Alone At Night Survey Says According to Laurie Allen: “I am an editorial illustrator that works in …

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Collaborations, Mentorship, and Support for Native Artists on a National Scale

The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is the only national philanthropic organization focused exclusively on Native arts and cultures with a deep commitment to …

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The Art That Collectors Care about Today

This article is part of “Art Collecting 2021: An Artsy Report.” To download a PDF of the complete report, click here. In addition to asking …

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Art Industry News: Pop Artist Peter Max’s Children Are Locked in a Bitter Battle Over His Empire + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need …

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Old Schoolboard with Alphabet on Gallery canvas

Abstract painting made in a style of an old green schoolboard with alphabets. I use different languages to decorate the artwork: Russian Cyrillic letters, Greek …

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Quarantine Life With A Cat In Cute Illustration By Annada Menon

Food Baby With Floof Baby According to Annada: “These were made in the month of February of 2021. Several people during the lockdown were unable …

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Artist Pension Trust Hit with Complaints, Feds Sell Unique Wu-Tang Album, and More: Morning Links for July 28, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines JUST HOW PRECARIOUS IS LIFE AS AN ARTIST? In the L.A. Artist Census, …

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Lamborghini Athon, an Amazing But Forgotten Concept Car From 1980

At the 58th Turin Motor Show, held in April 1980, Bertone introduced a new concept car based on a Lamborghini chassis – a slightly unusual …

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Toymaker Creates Creepy But Cute Toys

According to an artist, LeleaCreatures: “Hello! I am lelea_creatures, and I am an aspiring toymaker. I want to share some of my recent work with …

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Artist Creates Captivating Animal Portraits From Seashells Found At The Beach

It seems that during the pandemic, a lot of us found some new hobbies and interesting things to do. Some of us learned some useful …

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Fire

Red hair fluttering in the wind, in the rays of the sun, like flames. The picture is summer, warm, reminiscent of the beach season, and …

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Artist Spotlight: Johan Barrios

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Beyond the Streets on Paper: A Conversation with Shepard Fairey

In conjunction with the newest exhibition, BEYOND THE STREETS on PAPER, on view at the SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CENTER in Southampton, New York through August 28, 2021, the BTS …

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Revolutions Per Minute— Side B: Idowu Oluwaseun @ Reiners Contemporary Art

After introducing the Side A of this body of work with Galerie Voss in Düsseldorf, Germany in October 2020, Nigerian-born and Houston-based artist is currently …

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PREF Bends and Blurs Text @ La Galerie Centrale, Liège

I chose to self-title the exhibition because I wanted it to be a reflection of everything that Pref is about. Where I’ve been, where I …

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Cammie Toloui: 5 Dollars for 3 Minutes

In the early 1990s, Cammie Toloui worked as a stripper in San Francisco to fund her photojournalism degree. Customers who paid to view her naked …

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“mónos” by Photographer Vincenzo Pagliuca

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love and pomegranates

In this picture, I perfectly conveyed the height of the love relationship. The image of a warrior man bowing his head in front of a …

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Foiled! How Advanced Technology Is Stopping Art Thieves, Looters, and Fraudsters From Hatching Their Schemes

Since the art market became a multibillion-dollar industry, art thieves and looters have taken note—and taken advantage. The FBI’s Art Crime Team, for example, which employs …

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Sarah Entwistle at Galerie Barbara Thumm

Artist and architect Sarah Entwistle traces her familial history and reimagines failure as possibility in the exhibition, “The knots of tender love are firmly tied” …

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9 Standout Artists at L.A.’s Felix Art Fair

Installation view of Felix Art Fair 2019 at the Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles. Photo by Eric Minh Swenson. Courtesy of Felix LA. The appeal of …

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“Highwaymen”

Beginning in the 1950s, a group of young Black men, faced with the prospect of toiling in Florida’s citrus groves, instead learned to paint the …

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The U.S. Government Just Sold the One-of-a-Kind Wu-Tang Album It Seized From Martin Shkreli

The Wu-Tang Clan’s one-of-a-kind record Once Upon a Time in Shaolin has a new owner. The United States Department of Justice has found a buyer for the …

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Takeout Containers and Worn Sketchbooks by Artist Yoonmi Nam Explore the Permanence of Everyday Disposables

“Sketchbook (small #10)” (2019), porcelain, cobalt slip inlay, and glaze, .75 x 8.5 x 6.25 inches. All images courtesy of Paradigm Gallery, shared with permission …

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Xavier Rey Named Director of Centre Pompidou

Xavier Rey has been announced as the next director of the Centre Pompidou. The thirty-nine-year-old, who is currently director of the Musée de Marseille, will …

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Christie’s Will Quadruple Its Sales Room Footprint in Hong Kong With a New Location—and Triple Its Number of Auctions in the City

Christie’s has signed a 10-year lease on a new Hong Kong office space that will massively expand its presence in the booming Asian art market. …

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The flower of Life

We were told that we should be divided. We were told that we must declare war on each other. But according to the Law of …

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Centre Pompidou Picks Up-and-Comer Xavier Rey for Director Post

As it prepares to undergo a years-long closure amid a renovation, the Centre Pompidou in Paris has named a new director. Xavier Rey, who currently …

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9 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Canine Cocktails With the Museum of the Dog to Carrie Mae Weems’s Watermill Festival

Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events, both digitally and in-person in the New York area. See our …

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New York Court Dismisses Collector Michael Steinhardt’s Lawsuit Against Hirschl and Adler Gallery Over a $12 Million Portrait

A New York Supreme Court judge has shot down a lawsuit filed by prominent collector and philanthropist Michael Steinhardt last fall. In his claim, Steinhardt accused …

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