All images © Catie Newell, shared with permission In the township of Hume in rural eastern Michigan, an unassuming barn stands sentry in a wide-open field, partially covered in wild vines and grasses. Like many Midwestern farm structures, it’s weathered and has seen years of use and repairs, but one recent alteration makes it a
June 21, 2022
Charles Gaines Will Plant a Grove of Sweetgum Trees Upside Down in Times Square as Part of an Ambitious Public Art Project
The artist’s first-ever public art project will make stops at Times Square, Governors Island, and Cincinnati. The post Charles Gaines Will Plant a Grove of Sweetgum Trees Upside Down in Times Square as Part of an Ambitious Public Art Project appeared first on Artnet News.
An illustration by American artist and designer KAWS, also known as Brian Donnelly, graced the cover of New York Magazine this week. The pen drawing, which makes use of the artist’s infamous cartoon character, takes “cancel culture” as its inspiration. The magazine’s cover story, for which KAWS was commissioned, explores the reality of cancel culture
A British Dealer Accused of Conspiring With Inigo Philbrick in His Elaborate Art-Fraud Scheme Now Faces Extradition to the U.S.
Newland is home on bail and under electronic monitoring in London. The post A British Dealer Accused of Conspiring With Inigo Philbrick in His Elaborate Art-Fraud Scheme Now Faces Extradition to the U.S. appeared first on Artnet News.
Aesthetica takes a look at the six months ahead, spotlighting one unmissable show for each month. This selection spans the globe, from explorations of robotics in Germany to surrealist icons in New York. July | Steve McQueen, Sunshine State “My influences come from real life. I’m not interested in cinema for cinema’s sake. I’m interested
Art Basel in Basel wrapped up its latest edition on Sunday and once again proved that it remains the gold standard of contemporary art fairs. Returning to its usual June dates for the first time since 2019—COVID-19 having forced changes in the interim—the fair welcomed over 70,000 guests who visited displays from 289 international galleries
Rashid Johnson Debuts New Ocean-Inspired Sculptures and Paintings at Hauser and Wirth’s Lush Menorca Island Outpost
Bronze boat sculptures and new paintings are on view in the gallery’s space in the Mediterranean. The post Rashid Johnson Debuts New Ocean-Inspired Sculptures and Paintings at Hauser and Wirth’s Lush Menorca Island Outpost appeared first on Artnet News.
We live in a brave new world — where IRL meets the digital realm. And the AZ Awards 2022 trophy captures this spirit. An NFT created by international designer Garth Roberts, AZZY is Azure’s special, one-of-a-kind gift to the winners of our 12th annual competition. “Being from Toronto, the AZ award has always had a
All images © Kokemusu Mokkou, shared with permission Japanese artist Tomohiro Suzuki is behind the minimal wooden menagerie of Kyoto-based workshop Kokemusu Mokkou. From hunks of walnut, Suzuki carves miniature sculptures of wildlife like antelope, elephants, and bears, with innumerable divots and gouges forming the distinct textured patterns of their coats or skin. The artist