Daniel Lie, installation view of Unnamed Entities, in “Daniel Lie: Unnamed Entities,” 2022 at New Museum, New York. Photo by Dario Lasagni. Courtesy of New Museum. Although land art is commonly associated with the movement of site-specific earthworks that flourished in the 1970s, today, spurred by the reality of climate collapse, a new generation is
June 22, 2022
German Librarians Just Discovered a Drawing by Albrecht Dürer on the Title Page of a Seldom Looked-at Book From the 16th Century
The illustration was found during a recent audit of the institution’s collection of books published by Venetian printer Aldus Manutius. The post German Librarians Just Discovered a Drawing by Albrecht Dürer on the Title Page of a Seldom Looked-at Book From the 16th Century appeared first on Artnet News.
French critic and curator Jérôme Sans, who twenty years ago cofounded the Palais de Tokyo in Paris with Nicolas Borriaud, will serve as the inaugural creative director of cultural center Lago/Algo,
Julia Ibbini. All images courtesy of Heron Arts, shared with permission One of the most reliable communication materials for centuries, paper historically has served as a vessel, a container for notes or the foundation of an artwork. An upcoming group exhibition at Heron Arts, though, focuses on the humble medium itself and highlights 14 contemporary
‘Ultra-Contemporary’ Artists Lucy Bull, Trey Abdella and Ayako Rokkaku Stand Out in Hong Kong Auction
In an evening sale dedicated to modern and contemporary art held by Phillips in Hong Kong on Tuesday that brought in $27 million, Lucy Bull, Trey Abdella and Ayako Rokkaku were among the select few artists who grabbed attention when their works soared past expectations. As always, works by young contemporary artists, to whom art
EJ Hill Is One of 63 Artists Participating in This Year’s Whitney Biennial. So Why Can’t Anyone Find His Work?
The artist offered only a mysterious pink page in the exhibition catalogue. The post EJ Hill Is One of 63 Artists Participating in This Year’s Whitney Biennial. So Why Can’t Anyone Find His Work? appeared first on Artnet News.
Curators Reveal Their Picks for This Year’s Carnegie International, a Time-Tested Showcase for New Talent and Ideas
The 58th edition will feature 150 artists, creative collectives, and institutional collections. The post Curators Reveal Their Picks for This Year’s Carnegie International, a Time-Tested Showcase for New Talent and Ideas appeared first on Artnet News.
A brilliantly colored illustration believed to be the work of Albrecht Dürer has been discovered in the pages of a book at Germany’s Oldenburg State Library. The book, a Greek volume printed by the Venetian printer and publisher Aldus Manutius in 1502, was presented to the public on Tuesday night. It’s a small picture, measuring only 16.5 by
Organizers of the Carnegie International today released the names of the artists who will be participating in the event’s fifty-eighth edition, to take place from September 24, 2022 to April 2, 2023,