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Hundreds of Ceramic Marine Creatures Radiate in Gradients to Show the Effects of Coral Bleaching

Detail of “Revolve” (2021), glazed stoneware and porcelain, 168 x 335 x 35 centimeters. All images © Courtney Mattison, shared with permission Two new site-specific …

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Art Industry News: Anderson Cooper Sold His Mom’s Art on Instagram for Years (Even From Baghdad) Under a Fake Name + 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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Artist Hides Clever And Funny Signs Around His City For People To Find

Streets can get quite boring, I mean, we see them every day. The same sidewalks, the same crosswalks, and signs. However, there are certain ways …

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This Artist Shows What Everything Would Look Like If It Had A Cat’s Face

Are you a huge cat lover and would want to be surrounded by them at all times? Well, you’re not the only one! Galina Bugaevskaya …

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Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photos of Edwin Smith

Kentish Town station, London Edwin Smith (born Edwin George Herbert Smith) was an English photographer best known for his distinctive vignettes of English gardens, landscapes, …

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‘Vote Leave’ Campaigners Have Shortlisted Venues in Two U.K. Cities as Potential Sites for a Brexit Museum

Campaigners who voted for the U.K. to leave the European Union are inching forward on plans to create a Museum of Brexit. Organizers have narrowed down …

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$546 M. Roman Villa with Caravaggio Heads to Auction, Prison for Fake Goya Sellers, and More: Morning Links for October 26, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE GREAT BEAUTY. What is better than a 16th-century villa in central …

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“A-Z” by Artist Jonah Gebka

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Breathtaking Winning Images of The 2021 Drone Photo Awards

Photo of the year: Pink-Footed Geese Meeting the Winter by Terje Kolaas The Drone Photo Awards is the largest aerial photography and video competition. The …

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Domestic Spaces

If you happened to be walking around Mile End, East London in 1993, you might have met with the extraordinary sight of a lone terraced …

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Artist Spotlight: Anna Calleja

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Tabula Rasa: A Conversation with Kajahl

That Kajahl was looking at a painting from 1573 as we conducted this interview says a lot about his process and the history is looking …

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Speed Wheels Stories: A Conversation with Natas Kaupas

Coinciding with are recent feature in our Fall 2021 quarterly on the Art of the Speed Wheels and the current exhibition, The Art of the Santa Cruz Speed …

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At the Seams: The Timeless Works of Danielle Orchard @ Perrotin, Seoul

Perhaps we use the phrase “timeless” too often, and when we do, we tend to think of an already established “time” that isn’t so much …

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Coffee Cantata

“Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht” – BWV 211, also known as the Coffee Cantata, is a secular cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it probably …

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Stepping Out: Rebecca Ness’ Parisian Debut With Galerie Marguo

An artist we’ve been following since her Yale days has recently opened her Parisian debut by introducing a new suite of large oils and guaches …

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Arches

I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and …

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Antique improvisation

I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and …

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Improvisation

I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and …

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Static motive

I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and …

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Baroque tale

I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and …

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Ancient memories

I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and …

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“Love Letters” by Artist Mikey Yates

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Is Reviewing 45 Antiquities That Cambodian Officials Believe Were Stolen From the Country

Government officials from Cambodia are calling on the Metropolitan Museum of Art to review a collection of ancient artifacts they believe were stolen from the …

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Tschabalala Self’s Debut Performance Is a Powerful Extension of Her Painting Practice

Tschabalala Self, performance view, from left to right, of Vuyolwethu Sotashe, April Webb, Alexis Lombre, and Mary Akpa in Sounding Board, 2021, at the Performa …

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Spiraling Nautili Rooftops Cover a Multi-Story School Made Entirely of Bamboo in Bali

All images courtesy of IBUKU A series of monumental spiraling structures with vaulted roofs and balconies overlooking a 45,000-square-meter site in Sibang Kaja, Bali, is …

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Christie’s Brings in Deidrea Miller as Head of Communications

Global auction house Christie’s has hired Deidrea Miller as head of communications for its Americas division. Miller is a veteran of the PR industry and …

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ARTnews in Brief: LACMA Receives Major Gift of Korean Art—and More from October 25, 2021

Monday, October 25 LACMA Receives Major Gift of Korean Art The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has received a gift of 100 works of Asian art …

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The Real Life Art Dealer Behind Wes Anderson’s ‘French Dispatch’

Few dealers have made as significant a contribution to the art market as Jospeh Duveen, who, in the first half of the 20th century, made …

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Just feed me

In this series, the so-called napkin depicts the main character’s food. These heroes are meat-eating. Before sending, I sign the works on the reverse side …

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Sam Roeck talks about his time-bending self-portraiture

Sam Roeck’s second solo exhibition at New York’s OCDChinatown, “Sam Roeck, Sam Roeck.,” features a dozen black-and-white photographs of the artist at sixteen along with …

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Brazilian Dentist Felipe Rossi Treat The Teeth Of Poor People

Some people just can’t stop doing good deeds. One of them is Felipe Rossi, the founder of Por1sorriso. Felipe is a Brazilian dentist who has …

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Parodies of “Deep” Melodramatic Instagram Captions

So deep, so though-provoking, so… perfect for making fun of. h/t: sadanduseless

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Seriously, 2022 Social Justice Kittens Calendar Is Here!

The creator of Crap Hound and the online LiarTownUSA blog returns with kittens who will delight and amuse. This is a full-color, 12” x 12” …

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The Best Winning Photos Of Close-Up Photographer Of The Year 2021

Overall winner & Insects winner by Pål Hermansen Close-up Photographer of the Year (CUPOTY) is a celebration of close-up, macro, and microphotography. A global competition …

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What Sold at FIAC 2021

Torso III, 2018 -2021. Martin MargielaZeno X Gallery George Condo, Inside Out, 2021. © George Condo. Photo by Lance Brewer. Courtesy of the artist and …

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Former Casino Boss Steve Wynn’s Picasso Collection Fetched $109 Million in a Special Sotheby’s Event in Las Vegas

If the pandemic has proven anything about the art market it’s that auction houses will adapt—with remarkable speed—to any condition in order to sell their …

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This Prankster Art Collective Is Making an Elaborate Commentary on Authenticity by Hawking 999 Fake Warhols (Plus One Real One)

“I don’t know where the artificial stops and the real starts,” Andy Warhol once said.  In a gesture that the artist himself would have likely …

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Absent State Funding, Ghana’s Rising Stars Are Building an Art Infrastructure of Their Own to Cultivate the Next Generation of Creatives

On a newly tiled outdoor stage in a grassy plot of land just off Achimota Road in Dzorwulu, just outside of Accra, Ghana, a few …

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Swirls of Air-Dry Clay Compose Vibrant Sculptural Landscapes

All images © Alisa Lariushkina, shared with permission Russian artist Alisa Lariushkina molds countless coiled ribbons and small twists from air-dry clay to create idyllic …

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Greg Ito

Greg Ito’s solo show here, “Apparition,” assumes the form of an immersive installation and is suffused with yearning—for a deeper connection to the past or, …

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Illusion

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. …

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Baroque

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. …

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Looted Objects to Go on View in France Ahead of ‘Historic’ Return to Benin

Ahead of their long-awaited repatriation to Benin, 26 looted objects will go on view for one last time at Paris’s Musée du Quai Branly before …

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Vintage interior

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. …

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Baroque interior

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. …

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Renaissance

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. …

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Christie’s Taps Deidrea Miller, an Arts Pro Who Previously Worked in the Mayor’s Office, to Lead Its Communications Strategy in the Americas

Auction houses have seen major shakeups in their executive ranks over the past year. The latest changing of the guard is happening at Christie’s, where …

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26 Royal Objects Looted From Benin by French Soldiers Are Going On View in Paris—Briefly—Before Being Returned

More than two dozen objects being restituted to the Republic of Benin will make a brief stopover at Paris’s Musée du Quai Branly before heading …

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A Striking Photo Series Documents the Melting Glaciers Along 4,000 Kilometers of Greenland’s Coast

All images © Olaf Otto Becker, shared with permission What began in July 2003 as a single visit to the frigid Ilulissat Icefjord in western …

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