August 3, 2022

Sabra Moore on heritage and heresy

Sabra Moore is known for her mixed-media paintings and artists’ books that use quiltmaking techniques of sewing and collage to incorporate photographs, fabrics, beads, and other found materials into

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Mexico’s Best-Kept Secret Is Zacatecas’s Vibrant Art Scene

Rolling high-desert hills painted with a sprawl of colorful Colonial Baroque architecture punctuated by plazas, cathedral spires, and the occasional park. Narrow cobblestone streets lined with small shops selling handicrafts, leather goods, liquor, sweets, and gemstones from nearby mines. Cable cars pass high overhead on their way to the peak overlooking the city where people

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Multicultural Art

In Portugal, a Series of Concrete Cabins Becomes One with the Landscape

The summer of 2022 has been coined the season of “revenge travel.” With nearly all pandemic restrictions now lifted, an unprecedented surge of demand has seen tourists flocking to Europe in droves. But while many high-profile destinations have been inundated with bookings, there’s also plenty to explore off the beaten path. Syntony Hotel Paradinha, recently

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Candy Darling Biopic to Star Hari Nef, Storied SoHo Developer Dies, and More: Morning Links for August 3, 2022

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE SCREENING ROOM. More details have been released about the forthcoming biopic on Candy Darling, the transgender pioneer, Andy Warhol superstar, and subject of one of the Velvet Underground’s greatest songs, Deadline reports. Transparent actress Hari Nef is starring, and Transparent writer Stephanie Kornick  is handling the script. “The dream was always to play Candy, and it is the

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