September 14, 2021

Art News

In Review: The Armory Show, Future Fair and the NY Art Fair Week

Armory Art Fair week has come back in full force (with certain precautions of course), despite the surge in Delta variant cases. Several fairs took place this past week around Manhattan including: the Armory Show at Javits Center, Independent Art Fair at the old Maritime building next to Battery Park, Art on Paper at Pier 36,

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Michele Sibiloni Photographs Uganda’s Grasshopper Catchers

Nsenene are a delicacy and an important source of income in Uganda. Technically bush crickets but generally referred to as “grasshoppers”, nsenene migrate en masse twice a year, right after the two rainy seasons. Huge swarms fill the sky shortly before sunrise. So, night after night during cricket season, many Ugandans stay up till dawn

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‘I Want to Get People’s Attention’: Artist Adam Pendleton on Taking Over MoMA’s Atrium With a Monumental Tribute to Black Dada

For his first solo exhibition at a New York institution, the 37-year-old American artist Adam Pendleton has taken a big swing in the heart of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).  Scaling three sides of the soaring atrium space, modular black 60-foot scaffolds support black-and-white text-based paintings as big as 10 by 20 feet; large-scale

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Warm autumn

The picture is made on canvas with a stretcher with light-resistant oil paints in the size of 60×60 cm. After purchase, the picture will be carefully packed and sent on time.

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