January 6, 2021

Witch Hunt

At Kunsthal Charlottenborg, the witch becomes a figure for contemporary crises of representation and identity, as well as the epistemological violence inherent to Western modernity. While the broad

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Asian Art

Kim Tschang-Yeul, Influential Korean Artist Whose Water Drop Paintings Created New Possibilities for Abstraction, Has Died at 91

Kim Tschang-Yeul, the influential postwar artist whose groundbreaking water drop paintings heralded new frontiers for abstraction, died on Tuesday at the age of 91. A cause of death was not given. The news of his passing was announced in emails by his two galleries, Tina Kim Gallery and Almine Rech. Kim’s most well-known paintings, in which

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Use Mailing Lists to Boost Your Art Business

Use Mailing Lists to Boost Your Art Business While creating and maintaining a thriving website is a huge part of a successful art business, you need more to keep people interested and coming back. Although your audience may enjoy your work, they likely follow hundreds of artists. They

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Stones and Rocks

I. Feldman is an Moldova native who now lives and creates in Hamburg, Germany. His belief in the importance of using top-grade materials is apparent to all who see his work. He finishes all his pieces of art with a high-grade varnish which protects them from harsh sunlight and dust, preserving them in the best

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I. Feldman is an Moldova native who now lives and creates in Hamburg, Germany. His belief in the importance of using top-grade materials is apparent to all who see his work. He finishes all his pieces of art with a high-grade varnish which protects them from harsh sunlight and dust, preserving them in the best

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Coachella Officials Have Rejected a Proposal for an Ambitious Desert X Artwork, Claiming It Would ‘Exploit’ Local Plight for Tourism

Desert X, Southern California’s Coachella Valley art biennial, has always confronted environmental themes head on, using the harsh desert landscape to speak to global concerns about climate change. But during preparations for the event’s third edition, Coachella natives took umbrage with a planned installation about water insecurity by Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey. The city has

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Art News

India’s Supreme Court Has Green-Lit the Prime Minister’s Controversial $3 Billion Plan to Revamp Delhi’s Historic Parliament

The Supreme Court of India has approved prime minister Narendra Modi’s controversial £3 billion plan to overhaul the historic buildings of the Central Vista in Delhi. In 2020, the Supreme Court blocked the plan to revamp the three-kilometer stretch that runs from the India Gate war memorial to the prime minister’s residence, Rashtrapati Bhavan, due to concerns over environmental safety

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Kim Tschang-Yeul (1929–2021)

Korean artist Kim Tschang-Yeul, who was widely known for his “water drop” paintings, which he characterized as a way of erasing his ego, died January 5 at the age of ninety-one. Along with Nam June Paik

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Art News

In a Win for UK Antiquities Dealers, Britain Will Abandon the EU’s Strict Regulations on Importing Cultural Heritage Now That It’s Finalized Brexit

In April 2019, the European Union passed an unprecedented set of rules governing the importation of cultural heritage from outside the continent. But whether or not Britain would honor those rules after its departure from the union last month remained an open question. Now, it seems we have an answer: The UK will not adhere to

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