October 8, 2020

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How Does a Top Collector Navigate a Very Unusual Frieze Week? We Tagged Along With Muriel Salem Around London to Find Out

The regency-era houses that surround Regent’s Park have always held an air of mystery for me. Damien Hirst owns one of them, and I’ve heard whispers about others, but the goings-on beyond those coveted John Nash-designed terraces felt worlds away from the scrappy London I know. (For context: the famous British architect’s other notable residences

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From Here to Eternity: A Sunil Gupta Retrospective

Born in New Delhi, India, relocated to Montreal, Canada, before studying in London, Sunil Gupta has been using photography as a critical practice since the 1970s. Subversive, impulsive, personal and political, Gupta’s socially engaged projects have focused on such issues as family, race, migration and the complexities and taboos of sexuality and homosexual life. His

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How Seth Godin Answered This Artist’s Question

One of my favorite writers is Seth Godin. I’ve been reading his books and blog for years because his advice for creatives is paradigm-changing. But life was throwing me some challenges. I wished I could ask Seth Godin about it. “Seth Godin would know what to do,” I thought to myself. “He always has the

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Human Journeys

IWM London has launched a new season exploring a century of refugee experiences, from WWI to the present day. The powerful programme looks at the devastating impact of conflict, putting human stories at the centre. Refugees: Forced to Flee is one such exhibition, revealing the challenges people face in making their journey to safety and

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María Berrío at Victoria Miro

María Berrío discusses “Flowered Songs and Broken Currents,” an ongoing exhibition at Victoria Miro that chronicles the aftermath of tragedy in a fictional Colombian fishing village. In a series of

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Adrián Villar Rojas

Galerie Marian Goodman is pleased to announce its first major exhibition by Adrián Villar Rojas. It is perhaps one of the most comprehensive interventions in the history of the gallery in Paris,

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Gabriel Orozco

For this exhibition, Orozco presents a new series of tempera paintings, and a selection of new watercolor collages which expand upon his Suisai series, begun in 2016. All of the works were completed

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