August 5, 2022

Art News

Anwar Carrots Teams with Instacart and NTWRK to Benefit Feeding America

This year marks a decade of Instacart delivering on their mission to create a world where everyone has access to the food they love and more time to enjoy it together. In celebration of where they’ve been and where they’re headed next, today they’re excited to announce a first-ever collaboration with renowned designer Anwar Carrots,

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UV Light Unveils the Extraterrestrial Luminescence of the American West in Cody Cobb’s Photos

All images © Cody Cobb, shared with permission In his ongoing Spectral series, Las Vegas-based photographer Cody Cobb projects an ultraviolet light source across desert shrubs and secluded, rocky coves, unveiling an invisible spectrum of blues and oranges. Lichens, fallen leaves, and the bacteria growing from lava tubes become radiant lifeforms and transform locations in

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Creative Celebration

“Nairobi is going through a creative renaissance,” Thandiwe Muriu told UNESCO in 2020, referencing the city’s burgeoning experimental music scene, cultural festivals and local sense of style. The self-taught photographer was born and raised in Kenya’s capital, and, over the years, has developed a particular interest in showcasing and celebrating Africa’s vibrant mix of cultures,

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John Waters Gifts to Go on View at Baltimore Museum, Uffizi Plans $51.1 M. Boboli Gardens Project: Morning Links for August 5, 2022

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines GARDEN PARADISES. It has been a big week for art and parks! The Storm King Art Center in New York just announced a $45 million upgrade of its grounds, and now the Uffizi Galleries in Florence, Italy, has said it will spend €50 million (about $51.1 million) to renovate its

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Mercy of the Mundane: An Interview with Zachary Oldenkamp

On the occasion of San Francisco-based painter Zachary Oldenkamp’s solo show, Mercy of the Mundane, opening at Harman Projects in NYC on August 6, Raul Barquet sat down with the the artist to discuss being drawn to grayscale, growing up in rural America and the meaning of the mundane. 

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