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Ottograph has made artwork for clients like Greenpeace, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mars, Ford, and Merecedes-Benz. recently ottograph has been getting international acclaim for his ‘fight …

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Street Art Trailblazer Lady Pink on Painting Unsung Heroes of Graffiti and Her New Museum Survey in Miami

As soon as Lady Pink can get a vaccine, she’s headed down to Miami. The legendary street artist’s solo show—only her second in the last decade—opened …

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Studio Visit: London Artist Vanessa Endeley on the Tech Tools She Can’t Live Without, and the Importance of Dance Breaks

Nigerian-born photographer Vanessa Endeley is in the mood to work, which is a good thing because she’s having her career documented as part of a …

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WINTER MIRROR

I love the thin line between seasons. It creates an uniquely wonderful mixture of colors and shades. Especially when autumn meets the winter. Autumn colors …

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REFLECTIONS THROUGH THE SNOW

I love the thin line between seasons. It creates an uniquely wonderful mixture of colors and shades. Especially when autumn meets the winter. Autumn colors …

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Rodando por una Isla

De la serie “Reversible”. Inspirado en la actitud de fluir y no resistencia

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Mariane Ibrahim to Open Paris Gallery Featuring Art from the African Diaspora

Just two years after moving her eponymous gallery from Seattle to Chicago, Marian Ibrahim is to open an outpost in Paris in response to growing …

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10 Women Artists with Major Museum Shows in 2021

Hilma af Klint, The Ten Largest, Group IV, No. 3, Youth, 1907. Courtesy of the Hilma af Klint Foundation and The Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden. …

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A Battle in the Legal War Over Robert Indiana’s Legacy Ends as His Estate Settles With the Artist’s Longtime Representative

One chapter in the protracted legal battle over the legacy of the late Pop artist Robert Indiana has come to a close. Last week, Indiana’s …

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Retoño

De la serie “Sustrato”. Inspirada en los aspectos internos de aquellas cosas que se muestran en la superficie.

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Florine Stettheimer’s ‘Cathedrals of Art’ Celebrates and Critiques New York’s Secular Shrines. Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About It

When Florine Stettheimer died in 1944, at the age of 72, the New York artist, poet, and salonnière, was still putting the final touches on …

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Diverse, Inclusive Design Requires a More Diverse, Inclusive Design Profession

Our industry is shifting and evolving in ways that I didn’t entirely see coming. Maybe years of seeing the same faces represent the same approaches …

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ARTnews in Brief: David Kordansky Gallery Now Represents Lucy Bull—and More from March 8, 2021

Monday, March 8 David Kordansky Gallery Now Represents Lucy Bull David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles has added painter Lucy Bull to its roster. The artist, who has …

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A Van Gogh Painting Has Been Unveiled for the First Time Since It Was Painted in 1887

“Street scene in Montmartre (Impasse des Deux Frères and the Pepper Mill)” (1887), oil on canvas,  46.1 x 61.3 centimeters. Image courtesy of Sotheby’s After …

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To Mark International Women’s Day, ‘Fearless Girl’ on Wall Street Has Been Surrounded by Jagged Shards of Broken Glass

Four years after Fearless Girl first faced off against Wall Street’s Charging Bull, the finance company behind the marketing stunt-turned beloved public artwork has installed shards of …

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Ai Weiwei Is Making a Monument to Mikhail Gorbachev, the Liberalizing Final Leader of the Soviet Union, in Berlin

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is dropping a major hint to the leaders of his home country by creating a monument to Mikhail Gorbachev, a major force …

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Amy Sherald’s Breonna Taylor Portrait Acquired by Smithsonian and Speed Art Museum

Amy Sherald’s portrait of Breonna Taylor will be jointly acquired the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., and the …

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‘It’s Just Time for Us to Go’: Metro Pictures Co-Founder Janelle Reiring on Closing the Legendary Gallery Amid a Rapidly Changing Art World

Many art-world players were surprised to receive a candid email from legendary contemporary art gallery Metro Pictures—on a Sunday afternoon, no less—announcing the founders’ decision …

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Encyclopedia

Illustration for animal encyclopedia

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Acid Refluxx

Animal visions

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Loxodonta Somnium

Dreaming of elephants

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What?

A bird like creature observing mankind

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Watchers

7 elephants and a horse’s spirits watching us

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Mandrillis Sphynx

Fingerpainted mandrill spirit

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Alexandro Segade on WandaVision

IN SECOND GRADE, I told everyone my mom was a witch. It was the early 1980s, and my mother had long black hair, like Miss …

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Amy Sherald’s Portrait of Breonna Taylor Has Been Jointly Acquired by the Smithsonian and the Speed Art Museum in Louisville

The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC, and the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky, have jointly acquired Amy Sherald’s portrait of Breonna …

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A Stop-Motion Animation Full of Inappropriate Office Behavior Questions the Professional Impact of Motherhood

 What poses the biggest threat to women’s careers? That’s the question behind a new animation by Swedish director Anna Mantzaris (previously) that follows a …

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‘Monuments Men’ Actor George Clooney Is Calling for the UK to Repatriate the Elgin Marbles to Greece

The actor George Clooney has called for the UK to return the Elgin Marbles to their place of origin, Greece, in a letter to a …

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Chicago’s Mariane Ibrahim Gallery Plans New Location in Paris, Expanding Reach for Art from the African Diaspora

Two years after moving her fast-ascending gallery from Seattle to Chicago, Mariane Ibrahim will open a new location of her namesake enterprise in Paris with …

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What I Buy and Why: Art Advisor to the Stars Gardy St. Fleur on the Work He Most Wants to Collect for Himself

The Haiti-born, New York-based art advisor Gardy St. Fleur had one of the most high-profile collectors in the world as his first client: the late …

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Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From International Women’s Day Celebrations to a Look at Artemisia Gentileschi’s Influences

Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health crisis, we are currently highlighting …

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New Naaan Bread Clocks Made from Real Bread Take Inspiration from Dali and a Japanese Pun

PAMPSHADE by Yukiko Morita (previously) is a brand of handmade goods that literally light up the life of bread lovers. The company’s name, a hybrid …

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Floral Motifs Are Digitally Printed onto Blonde Hair in a New Baroque-Inspired Collection

All images © Alexis Ferrer/Rafael Andreu, shared with permission As a way to extend the floral designs woven into garments, Barcelona-based stylist Alexis Ferrer has …

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A 1960 Era Atlas E Missile Site that Has Been Converted Into a Self-Sufficient Home

Eighteen Acres enclosed with barbwire cattle fence This property is a 1960 era Atlas E Missile Site that has been converted into a self-sufficient home. …

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Metro Pictures, the Fabled New York Gallery That Launched the Pictures Generation, Will Close After More Than 40 Years

The storied New York art gallery Metro Pictures will close permanently at the end of 2021. Representatives for the gallery, a fixture of the city’s …

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The van Gogh Industrial Complex Grows, Metro Pictures to Close, and More: Morning Links from March 8, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines AFTER MORE THAN FOUR DECADES IN BUSINESS, the influential New York …

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Art Industry News: The New York Times Calls Artnet’s Wet Paint the ‘Essential’ Chronicle of NYC’s Downtown Art Scene + 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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Lettering Artist Rafael Serra Creates Popular Logos in A Vintage Spirit

Pizza Hut, Spotify, Liddl… Inspired by advertising and marketing from the 70s, Portuguese type designer and lettering artist Rafael Serra imagined what modern brand logos …

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1970 Lancia Stratos Zero: A Crazy Concept from The Wedge Era

Pininfarina and Bertone were two of Italy’s best recognized and most successful postwar coachbuilders. Both Milanese carrozzerie competed for commissions and they debuted outrageous concept …

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Artist Spotlight: Devra Fox

Devra Fox                                     Devra Fox’s Website Devra Fox …

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Photographer Spotlight: Amina Gingold

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The World Revisited

Is documentary photography dead? Recent years have seen a proliferation of work that intentionally subverts the genre – images that blur fact and fiction or …

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Radio Juxtapoz, ep 067: Khari Turner Knows How to Fall

There are those moments in an interview where you know as soon as the subject has said something profound that it will become the centerpiece …

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Tiffany Alfonseca: A Not So Subtle Rebellion

With a population of a little more than 200,000, Washington Heights is 1.7 square miles sitting at the north end of Manhattan. It was first …

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Murray Fredericks Seeks Release From Vanity

Australian photographer Murray Fredericks’ ongoing relationship with Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre, where this series “Vanity” is captured, commenced in 2003, and consists of more than twenty …

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Ginny Casey is Combing the Honey Home @ Half Gallery

The interplay between organic and man-made was already an important notion in Skeleton Key, Ginny Casey’s last show with Half Gallery back in 2018. Three …

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Art Dealer Rudolf Zwirner on What Starting a Family Empire in the 1960s Taught Him About How Dealers Can Survive the Pandemic Era

It’s hard to sum up a career like Rudolf Zwirner’s. The 87-year-old German art dealer played a decisive role in shaping the art market as …

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The Gray Market: Why Winston Churchill’s Multimillion-Dollar Paintings Should Make Boomers Think Twice About Slamming Young Collectors (and Other Insights)

Every Monday morning, Artnet News brings you The Gray Market. The column decodes important stories from the previous week—and offers unparalleled insight into the inner …

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25 Art-World Women Celebrate the Women Who Inspire Them, From Feminist Art Critic Linda Nochlin to Arte Povera Legend Marisa Merz

It is not always easy being a woman in this world, and being a woman in the art world can be doubly challenging. Gallery rosters …

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The Magic Formula For Success

I was taking a week-long Deep Writing workshop with the extraordinary creativity coach Dr. Eric Maisel. I’ve been writing for a long time now, so …

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