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Getting out of the cage

Once you realize that your freedom is taken from you, you have to act, listen to your inner voice , meditate , and slowly take …

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“Maiden Voyage” by Photographer Samantha Cabrera Friend

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New Release!: Sage Vaughn’s “Keep On Pushing” Print Available Now in the Juxtapoz Print Shop

As part of our ongoing releases in conjunction with our new Juxtapoz Print Shop, today we are excited to announce the release of Los Angeles-based …

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Cindy Sherman Transforms Herself into a Series of Androgynous Characters

For her latest body of work, Cindy Sherman has transformed herself into an extraordinary cast of androgynous characters, expanding her career-long investigation into the construction …

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Peace, Justice and Strength: A Conversation with PricklySauce

Ready or not, 2020 has slammed the future before us, and it’s time to sink or swim.  Climate change, transparent communications, accessible healthcare, and social …

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Monolith

I often like simplicity in my paintings. A single stone can evoke a kind of calmness and meditation, rather than a picture overloaded with content. …

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5 to See: Photo London Digital

Photo London Digital is the first international photography fair to take place online, bringing together over 100 exhibitors from across the globe from 7-18 October. …

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‘What Happens When You Don’t Know What’s Going to Happen?’: Tavares Strachan’s New Performance Illuminates Histories Once Left in the Dark

I am thrust into darkness as I enter Tavares Strachan’s latest exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery in London. My fellow masked companions and I funnel awkwardly …

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9 Megawatt Museum Shows to See During Frieze Week, From a Bruce Nauman Survey to Artemisia Gentileschi’s Big Retrospective

Fall in London is usually synonymous with Frieze Art Fair taking place under massive white tents in Regents Park. This year is a little different, …

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Two Amateur Metal-Detector Enthusiasts Have Discovered the Remains of an Ancient Pagan Warlord

Members of an amateur metal-detector club have discovered the 1,400-year-old remains of an Anglo-Saxon warlord—and the burial site is challenging what archaeologists think they know …

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A $28 Million T-Rex Skeleton Was the Undisputed King of Christie’s Otherwise Muted $341 Million Contemporary Art Auction

Christie’s 20th-century evening art auction, which included one major and notable non-art item (more on that below), was conducted via livestream from Rockefeller Center on Tuesday …

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Ibrahim Mahama

White Cube is pleased to present an online solo exhibition of recent jute sack paintings by Ibrahim Mahama. In these works, Mahama continues his interrogation …

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Magdalena Abakanowicz and Anselm Kiefer

Marlborough Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of artwork by Magdalena Abakanowicz and Anselm Kiefer that is at once timely and representative of a …

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Austyn Weiner

These paintings have been made through a pandemic, through a civil unrest in my country, and now through fires ablaze all around me. The title …

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The ‘Godfather of Street Art’ Ron English Irreverently Mashes Up Pop Culture in a New Show—See Images Here

Since the 1980s, prolific American artist Ron English, nicknamed the “Godfather of Street Art,” has been mashing up imagery of comic strip characters, famous product …

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Before He Died, Curator Okwui Enwezor Conceived an Exhibition About Black Grief. It’s Set to Debut at the New Museum Next Year

Prior to his death in March of 2019, legendary curator Okwui Enwezor was in the process of completing an exhibition centered around the intersection of …

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5 Artists on Our Radar This October

“Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced collaboratively by Artsy’s Editorial and Curatorial teams. Utilizing our editors’ art expertise and our Curatorial team’s …

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Through a Tumultuous Year, Sam Friedman’s “Island” is Where We Want to Be

If there was ever a year for an island to be both a physical and spiritual aspiration, 2020 is definitely the one. A return to …

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Hello, the Future Is Certain: Ivy Haldeman @ François Ghebaly, Los Angeles

Ivy Haldeman’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles invites viewers into a world of stiletto clad hot dogs, strolling hands, slithering banana peels and jockeying …

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Mega-Collector Ronald Perelman’s $28 Million Gerhard Richter Carried Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Auction in Hong Kong

Sotheby’s held its first globally livestreamed auction in Asia today. At the evening contemporary sale in Hong Kong, auctioneer Ian McGinlay took bids in real …

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Portrait: Adam Neate’s Stunning 3D Painting Works @ Fluorescent Smogg

Fluorescent Smogg presents Portrait, a virtual exhibition by British artist Adam Neate, exploring the bounds of human expression through the innovation of technology. Featuring 3D work, …

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Why Did the National Gallery Postpone Its Guston Show? The Museum’s Director Says the Public Doesn’t Need a ‘White Artist to Explain Racism’ Right Now

Museum schedule changes rarely incite impassioned editorials and mobilize opposition from dozens of the world’s most eminent living artists. But the announcement, two weeks ago, …

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4 Tips for Designing a Creative Studio Space at Home

The artistic process can be a delicate one, and your surroundings often play a vital role. Although everybody approaches their work differently, there are a …

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Artist Ralph Lemon and Theorist Fred Moten Win Vaunted $625,000 MacArthur ‘Genius’ Awards

The MacArthur “genius” fellows this year include two art-world figures whose work is entrancing and unclassifiable: Ralph Lemon and Fred Moten, both of whom have …

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Veronica

Veronica,expresa la alegria propia del verano,expresa color y felicidad,amor y optimismo. La obra se envia con certificado de autenticidad.

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Antidote: Organic Lifeforms Rendered with Prussian Blue Create Vivid Ecosystems by Yellena James

All images © Yellena James, courtesy of Stephanie Chefas Projects, shared with permission Using a combination of acrylics, gouache, and ink, Yellena James cultivates brightly-hued …

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Ralph Lemon and Fred Moten Among 2020 MacArthur “Genius” Grant Winners

Cultural theorist Fred Moten and choreographer Ralph Lemon are among this year’s cohort of MacArthur “Genius” grant winners, all of whom will each receive a …

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Dana Schutz has joined David Zwirner’s artist roster.

Dana Schutz in 2019 at the New York Academy Of Art Gala at Sotheby’s. Photo by Mark Sagliocco via Getty Images. The painter Dana Schutz …

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Archaeologists Have Discovered an Extraordinary New Style of Aboriginal Rock Art That Honors the Human-Animal Bond

Archaeologists have discovered a new style of ancient Australian rock art that features unusual depictions of human and animal figures, seemingly living in harmony. The …

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Cecily Brown’s New Paintings Are Beautifully Sinister Visions of British History

Portrait of Cecily Brown in her studio, 2019. Photo by Tom Lindboe. Courtesy of Blenheim Art Foundation. Britain’s stately homes have meant a lot of …

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Crystal labyrinth

Crystal labyrinth. A modernist abstract painting with overlapping different shapes in a bright palette against a light background. The painting has a delicate balance of …

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Are You a Small-Town Museum In Need of a Big-Time Loan? Congratulations! TV Host John Oliver Will Lend You His Weird Art Collection

To close out his latest episode of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver mused on the plight of museums—or “history’s Instagram,” as he calls them. …

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Experiential Art Center Superblue to Open with teamLab, James Turrell Works

In August, it was announced that Superblue, a series of experiential art centers, would be opened by Pace Gallery president Marc Glimcher and former Pace …

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Midnight Talk

group of women having great time

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International Open Call: Submit Your Art to Create! Magazine’s Winter Issue

We’re thrilled that our editor-in-chief, Christopher Jobson, is curating the winter issue (#24) of Create! Magazine. Founded by Ekaterina Popova in 2013, the independent arts publication …

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Big Financial Deals, Private Museums, and a Potential Run for Mayor: What the Top 200 Collectors Did This Year

Selecting and purchasing artworks that sell for top dollar can be a time-consuming endeavor, but it’s hardly the only thing collectors do with their time. …

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Editors’ Picks: 16 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a Virtual Print Fair to an IRL Show Inspired by the 19th Amendment

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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With Right-Wing Extremism on the Rise, the Albertinum Museum Has Become an Epicenter of Germany’s New Culture Wars

On a recent visit to the Albertinum museum in Dresden, the guestbook was flipped open to an entry that read: “You have three rooms dedicated …

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This Artist Turns His Dog And Himself Into Adorable Cartoon Characters

A well-known American digital artist named Ross Tran has over 1 million followers on Instagram and 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube. He has gained popularity …

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Baker Comes Up With The Spookiest Halloween Pies, And Here Are Her Best Ones

The spookiest time of the year is flying toward us like a bat out of hell, and if there’s one thing that we can’t do …

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Why the Arts are Valuable in Business School Curriculum

When you think of MBA coursework, you think of core classes in marketing, finance, economics, operations, decision sciences, strategy, and so on. You don’t think …

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Eerie Photographs Reveal the Unseen Ruins of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in a New Book

A tame fox poses in front of the sign pointing the way to Pripyat from the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. All images © Darmon Richter/FUEL …

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Artist Created These Creepy Illustrations To Help Cope With This Crazy Year

According to an artist Mark Gagne: “I’m a multi-media illustrator from Ontario, Canada, and during the last couple of months, I’ve been blending my two …

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Art Industry News: Architect Peter Zumthor Says He ‘Doesn’t Give a [Bleep]’ About Staying on Budget for LACMA’s New Building + 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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This Tattoo Artist Specializes in ‘Secret Tattoos’ on the Roof of the Mouth

Belgian tattoo artist Indy Voet has earned a reputation for executing permanent tattoos in the most unconventional places, from people’s finger webs, to the hidden …

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Peter Zumthor Holds Forth, Okwui Enwezor’s Posthumous Star Turn, and More: Morning Links from October 6, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Dana Goodyear profiled Peter Zumthor, the architect behind the closely followed reimagining of …

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Vibrant Abstraction

Can a photograph be an abstraction? This is the question Barbara Kasten (b. 1936) has been asking for over 40 years. Influenced by Constructivism, the …

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Carmen

This artwork integrates the “Madams” series. They are women created from an artist’s imagination and experience to show different feelings, emotions, and personalities. The reading …

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Radio Juxtapoz ep 054: Super Future Kid’s “Seaweed Sunrise”

A few years ago when we published our first interview with East German-born, London-based painter and almost mythical figure Super Future Kid,  deputy editor Kristin …

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Lost Angels: Paul Jasmin’s Seductive Portraits of L.A.’s Young Dreamers

Paul Jasmin’s photographs are a dreamy tableau that takes the viewer on a journey of seductive beauty and erotic ennui. Lost Angeles highlights the last …

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