November 4, 2020

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Art Industry News: The Official Plan to Save Venice From Flooding Has One Big, Wet Problem + 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 to know on this Wednesday, November 4. NEED-TO-READ China Has Reportedly Wrecked Two-Thirds Of Uyghur Mosques – The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has released a devastating report showing that, since 2017,

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Bangkok Art Biennale’s Politics, Museums Act as Polling Places, and More: Morning Links from November 4, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Does the Bangkok Art Biennale have a hidden political agenda? Some art historians and artists in Thailand and beyond believe that the young biennial is helping mask dissent in a country that is seeing fierce protests. [South China Morning Post] An SS uniform was

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Spectacular Winning Photos from The 2020 Spotlight Photography Awards

Fashion Category Winner: Astrid Obert (Germany) The winners of the Production Paradise Spotlight Awards 2020 have been released, after months of photographers across the world entering the 15 categories. The shortlists, which were announced last week included the top 10 photographers from each category and gave a peek of the quality of the photography of

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Interview: Ishi Glinsky Talks About His Stance Holiday 2020 Collection

Ishi Glinsky is a sculptor, painter and installation artist, who works and resides in Los Angeles, California. Glinsky investigates traditional techniques of his tribe, the Tohono O’odham Nation, as well as other Nations to create contemporary homages to sacred events and practices. Ishi Glinsky’s limited collaboration with Stance embraces performance and technology to create intertribal

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Meditative Landscapes

Don McCullin’s (b. 1935) childhood years were tumultuous. He was born in St Pancras and grew up in Finsbury Park, before being evacuated to Somerset during the Blitz. Following the death of his father, he left school at the age of 15 – without qualifications – for a catering job on the railways, before being

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J. Leigh Garcia: Refining and Adapting at Kent State University

If you don’t regard Ohio as a trendsetter, keep in mind that it’s known as the Swing and Bellwether State, so, as we seek direction, let’s look beyond the Coasts and consider Kent State University. Boasting coursework from Italy to India, while bearing both an Eastern and Midwestern presence, it’s a good place to gauge

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