July 27, 2021

Heatherwick In Talks for U.K. Covid Memorial, Garrett Bradley to Film Octavia E. Butler Novel, and More: Morning Links for July 27, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines BRACE YOURSELF! The relentlessly ambitious architect Thomas Heatherwick, the man behind whiz-bang spectacles like Vessel and Little Island in New York, has been chatting with the British government about creating a Covid-19 memorial, the Times of London reports. As Architects’ Journal points out, if Heatherwick gets the nod, it would represent a reunion, of sorts, with Prime

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“Bikini” Beach

Bikinis do not make a woman beautiful, but only allow others to enjoy her grace. Original Digital painting, Acrylic, Natural Canvas on stretcher One of a kind artwork Size: 40 × 50 × 2 cm (unframed) This artwork is sold unframed – First, I paint digital painting. After digital painting, I use Acrylic to add

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Yarrow Slaps Curates “Ginga” @ Chandran Gallery, San Francisco

Yarrow Slaps, as both an artist and gallery director/curator, has always had a nimble eye. He has always been able to combine established and emerging artists side-by-side, and with his own artwork, has a certain juxtaposition of high and emerging cultures. This summer, Slaps curated Ginga, a group show at Chandran Gallery’s multi-level space in downtown

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Wing Yau: Earth Connection

The four carved granite faces of Mount Rushmore may claim status as the world’s largest, but other forms of sculpture carry their own weight, remarkable texture, subtle meaning and private statement. Wing Yau creates moonbeams from seedlets of pearls and drops of rainbow from the confetti of opals she carefully sources.  Her jewelry sculptures reflect a

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Thinking, Staring & Smoking: An Interview with Robert Pokorny

Chances are a lot of you caught yourself more than once staring at the distance and thinking while smoking and/or drinking during the past year or so. And this simplest act of escapism is precisely what inspired the entire body of work which Robert Pokorny will be presenting between July 31st until Sept 18th 2021

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British Museum Conservators Will Painstakingly Piece Together Eight Ancient Vessels Destroyed in the 2020 Beirut Explosion

The British Museum and the European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) will help to restore eight ancient glass vessels that were damaged during the devastating explosion in Beirut last August. The blast, which killed more than 200 people and injured 7,500 others, damaged the vessels when the glass case they were in at the Archaeological Museum at American

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