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Gaëlle Choisne

Gaëlle Choisne’s exhibition—her first at this gallery named for its production of artists’ editions—feels at home here, as her work consistently addresses porous boundaries between …

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Eddie Martinez

Eddie Martinez New Paintings 2 March 18 – May 15, 2021 Loyal, Stockholm

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Shona McAndrew

CHART is pleased to present “Haven,” an exhibition of new works by Shona McAndrew. Occupying both floors of the gallery, McAndrew will debut nine new …

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In Pictures: See Highlights From the Brooklyn Museum’s KAWS Extravaganza, From Early Graffiti to Sneakers and Sofas

KAWS, aka Brian Donnelly, is one of the hottest artists in the world. Which means that the Brooklyn Museum has the hottest ticket in town …

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Inmersión en la Música

Printmaking: Indian Ink, Digital, Pencil After several years of experimenting with different techniques and procedures, I find the mixture of pencil and textured ink visually …

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Major Layoffs Expected at Victoria & Albert Museum

Deep cuts are expected to touch a number of departments at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, considered to be the world’s top decorative arts museum, …

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The Victoria and Albert Museum Will Cut a Fifth of Its Curatorial Staff as Part of a Sweeping Round of Layoffs

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum is making drastic cuts to its workforce as cultural institutions around the globe struggle amid extended and repeated closures. Unions learned that the …

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La Contemplación

De la serie “Memorias para un Presente”. Inspirado en el arte de observar sin reacciones.

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Amy Taubin on the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

THE PRIZES WERE AWARDED a month ago, some very big deals have closed in recent weeks, and the Sundance Film Festival has closed its streaming …

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Debating the Troubled Legacy of Brazil’s Cannibalist Art Movement + 4 Other Great Art Essays Worth Reading From This February

It’s near impossible to keep up with everything that comes at you through the news feed each day—let alone everything that was published about art …

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Picasso ‘Guernica’ Tapestry Leaves U.N. After Request from Rockefeller Family Member

Since 1984, New Yorkers didn’t have to travel far to see Pablo Picasso’s Guernica—or, at least, a version of it. For years, the replica of …

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From the Mind-Boggling NFT Frenzy to Major Art Job Losses: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST The Crypto Craze Rages On – An NFT work by Beeple sold for $6.6 million, while bidding for the artist’s work Everydays skyrocketed up to $2.3 million …

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Everything smells different when it rains

Everything smells different when it rains oil painting on canvas without frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high quality oil and palette …

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Nina Chanel Abney’s Vibrant Work Is Attracting Universal Art Market Appeal

Catfish, 2017. Nina Chanel AbneyICA LA As far as art market success stories go, Nina Chanel Abney’s strong and steady ascent is a remarkable one; …

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Tree of love

Tree of love oil painting on canvas without frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high quality oil and palette knife, a picture …

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British and Irish Institutions Reach Agreement on Disputed Collection of French Art

Art institutions in England and Ireland have come to a new agreement regarding the collection of Hugh Lane, who died in 1915 when the Lusitania …

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“Space in Itself is a Language”: A Conversation with Joar Nango

When I call Sámi artist and architect Joar Nango, he’s sitting in his shared studio in Tromsø, Norway, illuminated in part by a wash of …

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Joe Biden Has Revoked Trump’s Executive Order Mandating Classical-Only Architecture for Federal Buildings and Restored ‘Freedom of Design’

Trump’s order to “make federal buildings beautiful again”—a move that many believed echoed mandates by fascist leaders of the 20th century—is no more, thanks to …

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A Bargain Hunter Picked Up This Small Ceramic Bowl for $35 at a Junk Sale. Now, It Could Sell for Up to $500,000 at Sotheby’s

A keen-eyed flea market shopper in Connecticut who bought a delicate blue-and-white porcelain bowl for just $35 is now sitting on a fortune, as the small object …

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The Director of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Will Explore a String of High-Profile Chinese Art Heists in His Next Film

Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu is adapting the story of a mysterious rash of Chinese art and antiquities heists for his next film. Warner Bros. …

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Weekly Web Roundup: Feb. 26, 2021

Friday, February 26, 2021 Category:  Americans for the Arts News In a week when we’ve seen renewed attacks on Capitol Hill over federal arts funding, we …

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See Inside a Beautiful New Coffee-Table Book Celebrating 50 Leading Artists and Curators of Color

In her new coffee table book We Are Here: Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World, Jasmin Hernandez wants to inspire young Gen Z-ers of …

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A Field of Dried Grass Is Suspended from the Ceiling in ‘French Exit’ by Artist Tadao Cern

“French Exit,” (2020-2021). All images © Tadao Cern, shared with permission In Tadao Cern’s sweeping installation “French Exit,” a cloud of feathery grasses looms over …

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Al J Thompson: Remnants of an Exodus

Remnants of an Exodus is Al J Thompson’s love letter to his second home of Spring Valley, a once-thriving Caribbean immigrant community under threat of …

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Chen Cheng Mei (1929–2020)

CHEN CHENG MEI, who died last December at the age of ninety-one, will be most remembered as the woman behind the Ten Men Art Group. …

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2021 National Arts Action Summit Activates Full Registration Support

Friday, February 26, 2021 Category:  Americans for the Arts News Thanks to the continued commitment from this year’s organizational partners—and in response to the financial challenges …

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The Intersection of Place and Process

As the second choreographic center of its kind in the country, NCCAkron often asks what it means to be a “national” center that is neither …

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Sheets of Frosted Glass Obscure Floral Bouquets in a Photographic Series About Ambiguity

All images © Studio Lernert & Sander Exuding elegance and obscurity, Foggy Flowers is a two-photograph series by Sander Plug and Lernert Engelberts that centers on …

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“Russian Riviera”: Resort City of Yalta in Stunning Photos by Martin Parr

Gay guys on the shore of the Black Sea Images from a British photographer Martin Parr who visited Yalta, Russia, in summer 1995. At that …

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Art Industry News: Damien Hirst Declares ‘I Love the Crypto World’ and Offers to Sell His Artworks for Robo-Money + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need …

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President Biden Stops Trump Architecture Order, Swiss Museum Reopenings, and More: Morning Links from February 26, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines PRESIDENT BIDEN HAS REVOKED AN EXECUTIVE ORDER signed by President Trump that called on …

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Spanish Artist Prudencio Irazábal’s New Paintings Have Gem-Like Luminescence. See His Captivating Works Here

Spanish artist Prudencio Irazábal’s intensely luminescent artworks can give the impression of being somehow magically lit from within. Currently on view at Majorca’s Galería Pelaires …

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Art Historian Darby English on Why the New Black Renaissance Might Actually Represent a Step Backwards

This article is part of a series of conversations with scholars engaged with Black art for Black History Month. See also Ologundudu’s interviews with Richard J. …

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Attractive Female Portraits By Natalia Ivanova That Show How Diverse And Beautiful Humans Are

Natalia Ivanova is a Paris-based Russian photographer and documentary filmmaker who started the Les origines de la beauté (The Ethnic Origins of Beauty) project back …

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Snow Cuteness or Unusual Winter Hobby: Artist Creates Tiny Snow Sculptures in Dreary Russian Neighborhoods

Zubaidat Omarova, native to Dagestan who lives in Moscow now, has an unsual and cute hobby – she makes popular cartoon and movie characters from …

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Danza Kuduro

– I inspired from the famous song of Don Omar with same name. I guess spinning all the way around, we will never know your …

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Abrazame

A hug is an amazing thing. It’s just the perfect way. To show the love we’re feeling. But can’t find the words to say…. Never …

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Baikal Zen: Rare Phenomenon Makes Rocks Look Like They Are Floating Above Water

savva_25 Lake Baikal in Siberia is the deepest freshwater lake in the world, and its particular relationship to the land that surrounds it produces fascinating …

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Before Bikini: Cool Photos of Women in Swimsuits From the 1930s

The silhouette of the 1930s swimsuit took on direct inspiration from men’s swimsuits (which were still one pieces). Men were encouraged to build a muscular …

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Japanese Illustrator Tacomaru Provides Stylish Take on Popular Cartoon Characters

Instagram is a perfect place to finding good art and following talented content creators. Featuring Japanese artist Tacomaru. She has released a modern-day takes on …

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Artist Spotlight: Seppe De Meyere

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Sanary sur mer

This watercolour was painted on location in may 2018 in the evening. It shows the picturesque harbour of Sanary with its old fishing boats. Painted …

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We‘re Not Here For Long by Friedrich Kunath

Back in September 2019, coinciding with his solo show at Blum & Poe in Tokyo, Friedrich Kunath released a limited edition print through VogelART which …

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From Arcadia to Dystopia: Dennis Scholl and Adam Stech in Prague

DSC Gallery in Prague, Czech Republic is currently running a final week of a two men show which brings together works by the German artist, …

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Lost

Lost Colors disappear in the mist I am overwhelmed by silence, alone, afraid that I’ve lost my way But then I realize, to find the …

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The Last Light

Golden flakes of light float through the cold evening air, bringing the last light of the day into the darkening forest. A walk through the …

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The Art Angle Podcast: The Haunting History of the Benin Bronzes

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each …

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The Art Angle Podcast: Benin Bronzes Part 1

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each …

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The Baltimore Museum Walked Back Plans to Sell Art to Fund Equity Initiatives. Now, It’s Raised $1.5 Million the Old-Fashioned Way

The Baltimore Museum of Art sparked a national conversation about deaccessioning last year when it proposed—and then ultimately called off—plans to sell a group of …

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How I Learned To Be An Artist By Going To Church

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been curious about the religions of the world. I started visiting different churches when I was a …

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