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The Dog Shaming 2021 Wall Calendar Features Thirteen Photo Collages with Themes Like “Learned My Lesson”, “That’s Not Cool”, “Please Come Home”, and “Let’s Play!”

It’s hard to stay mad at the adorable, misbehaving pups in the Dog Shaming 2021 Day-to-Day Calendar. This daily calendar showcases photos of a variety …

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Beautiful Landscapes Of The Speicherstadt in Hamburg, Germany By Alexander Schoenberg

According to Alexander Schoenberg: “I started this project in November 2016 and still working on it. The Speicherstadt in Hamburg, Germany is the largest warehouse …

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Limitations of thinking

It is also the limitation of language. The more advanced the point of view, the more cosmic the problem, the more difficult it is to …

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Amazing Portraits of a Young Demi Moore in the 1980s

In the 1980s, a young Demi Moore quickly turned her General Hospital TV stardom into a full fledged movie career that made her one of …

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SUMMER ENDS

This painting is part of my field series. My freedom-loving personality was always been drawn by the fields. I love the feeling of endless, freedom …

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NEW SPRING CAME

This painting is part of my field series. My freedom-loving personality was always been drawn by the fields. I love the feeling of endless, freedom …

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2021 Sarcastic Monthly Calendar with Vintage Ads and Funny Captions Is Here!

Sassy, snarky, and honest, Anne Taintor’s vintage ladies serve up wicked wit, dark humor, and just the right dose of bad behavior. This hilarious wall …

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This Woman Quits Her Job To Pursue Her Dream Of Travelling, And Here’s Where She’ve Been

According to Michelle von Kalben: “Hi, I’m Michelle. I’m a 23 year-old living in Germany and making my dreams come true as an entrepreneur and …

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“When the Rain Passes”: The Superb Digital Art Works of Wenqing Yan

Wenqing Yan, also known as Yuumei, is an artist with a focus on creating artworks and graphic novels that promotes environmentalism and cyber activism. “The …

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Artist Takes A Different Drug Every Day And Draws A Self-Portrait Under The Influence, Suffers Brain Damage

Psilocybin Mushrooms (2 Caps Onset) In March 1995, artist Bryan Lewis Saunders made a promise to himself to create a new self-portrait every day for …

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Indianerland im Winter

In this series Wolff dealt for the first time with the use of patterns in painting. Through the use of stamps she experiments with the …

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“A Look at London:” Emily Fromm @ Stolenspace

StolenSpace Gallery is excited to debut work by Emily Fromm, for her solo show, A Look At London. Fromm’s paintings focus on urban landscapes and locales …

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La vieille Sorcière

Acrylics and oil on gessoed Fabriano paper 400 grammes.

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Circonspecte

– Acrylics and oil on gessoed Fabriano paper 400 gms.

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DAY FOR SONGS

This painting is part of my field series. My freedom-loving personality was always been drawn by the fields. I love the feeling of endless, freedom …

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Felipe Rivas San Martín

Homosexuality was decriminalized in Chile 1999, around the same time that the concept of “sexual diversity” entered the national consciousness. For thirteen years, LGBTQIA+ artist …

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Pace Gallery Is Launching a Legal Investigation Into Two of Its Top Presidents Following Allegations of Workplace Abuse

Pace Gallery has launched a legal investigation into the alleged misconduct of two of its top sellers and longest-serving dealers, Douglas Baxter and Susan Dunne. …

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Koo Jeong A

Since the early 1990s, the subtle, mesmerizingly ethereal works of Koo Jeong A have sought to intensify the spectator’s perceptive capacities and defamiliarize quotidian surroundings. …

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Longlati Foundation to Open in Shanghai, Pledges $450,000 Annually to Support Young Chinese Artists

The Longlati Foundation, a new private nonprofit organization founded by Singapore investor David Su and Chinese artist Chen Zihao, will open May 2021 in Shanghai …

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How to Succeed on Instagram as an Artist

When used correctly, Instagram can be a huge asset to artists. Artists can freely display their artwork, connect with followers, and meet like-minded artists – …

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‘Enjoy It When You Have It, But Don’t Have Too Much’: Artist Wayne Thiebaud on How to Savor Cake While Staying Healthy at 100 Years Old

On November 15, Wayne Thiebaud, the cherished American painter of cakes and sweets, hits an impressive milestone: his 100th birthday. Born November 1920 in Mesa, …

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Step Into the Sensory World of Hélio Oiticica’s ‘Tropicália’ at Lisson Gallery With This Video Narrated by the Late Brazilian Artist

The godfather of the Brazilian mid-century avant-garde culture, Hélio Oiticica, in his brief lifetime (he died in 1980, in Rio, at the age of 42), …

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Statue Commemorating Mary Wollstonecraft Elicits Passionate Responses

“I do not wish women to have power over men; but over themselves.” So wrote eighteenth-century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft in 1792. However, one woman, …

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Dealers Spent Weeks in Isolation to Participate in Shanghai’s Art Week, the First Major In-Person Event Since Lockdown. Was It Worth It?

After nearly eight months of lockdown and travel restrictions that led to the cancellation of almost every major art fair around the globe, the members …

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Shaped Using Precisely Cut Maps, Nikki Rosato’s Busts and Portraits Connect Place, Memory, and Identity

All images © Nikki Rosato, shared with permission Through mesh busts and delicate portraits, Nikki Rosato visualizes the connections between place and identity. The Washington, …

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From John Waters’s Cheeky Donation to a Mega-Gallery Under Fire: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST State of the Arts – What will happen to the arts and culture scene under a Biden/Harris administration? Our market reporter Eileen Kinsella delves into …

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Michael Rakowitz on the US presidential election

Artforum has invited artists to share a text, image, or video in the immediate wake of the United States presidential election and will be posting their …

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Michelangelo May Have Carved This Portrait Into the Side of a Wall in Florence, New Research Suggests

A wall carving of a man’s face in profile on the facade of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, often attributed to the hand of Michelangelo …

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Judy Chicago and Stanley Whitney will receive their first major exhibitions in China.

Earth Birth, 1983. Judy ChicagoJudy Chicago Studio An arts foundation in Shanghai will put on a joint exhibition by Judy Chicago and Stanley Whitney, marking …

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Is This Year Like the Cross Section of a Grapefruit?

I have a hard time understanding my own emotions sometimes. I think it’s why I’m so attracted to art, yet I don’t make it myself. …

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Studio Visit: Artist Jim Shaw on the Music He ‘Blasts’ to De-Stress at Work and the Documentaries He’s Binge-Watching

Jim Shaw’s studio brims with vintage magazine and newspaper cut-outs, posters, comic books, and gimmicky advertisements, all of which the artist began collecting as a …

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The Uproar Over a Nude Mary Wollstonecraft Monument Has Powered Efforts to Build New (Clothed) Statues of Inspiring British Women

A recently unveiled idealized nude sculpture honoring feminist philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft has been widely seen as a step backward for feminism. But the much-derided artwork has …

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Artist Nari Ward Has Spent Decades Revitalizing Found Objects to Elucidate Counter Narratives

“We the People” (2011), shoelaces, 96 x 324 inches. All images courtesy Nari Ward and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London Jamaica-born …

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With Art Cologne Moving Online, German Galleries Shift Focus Again

Installation view of RCM Galerie’s booth at Art Cologne 2019. Courtesy of Art Cologne. Originally delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in April, Art Cologne …

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Shanghai’s West Bund District to Get 7,530-Square-Foot Foundation for Emerging Artists

A new foundation devoted to emerging and under-recognized Chinese artists will open in Shanghai’s West Bund district, where many of the city’s blue-chip art spaces …

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Turkmenistan’s President Has Installed a 19-Foot-Tall Gold Statue of His Favorite Dog in the Nation’s Capital

As countries throughout the world rethink monuments to notable figures from the past, asking whether they reflect current values, the president of Turkmenistan, one of …

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Hat Woman

Jazz up your walls and bring life to your space with Bold and Psychedelic Pop Art from Erik Brede Photography. Erik Brede – All rights …

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ektor garcia

ektor garcia’s site-responsive exhibition is a humble, poetic offering for Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, the heart of the city’s Mexican community. His installation features handmade ceramics …

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Weekly Web Roundup: Nov. 2-13, 2020

Friday, November 13, 2020 Category:  Americans for the Arts News It’s been a busy two weeks in America! In this double digest roundup, read our …

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Wet Paint: New York Galleries Open Miami Outposts for Zombie Art Basel, a Shakeup at the Top of Frieze, & More Juicy Art-World Gossip

Every week, Artnet News brings you Wet Paint, a gossip column of original scoops reported and written by Nate Freeman. If you have a tip, …

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Lithuania’s Famed Venice Biennale Pavilion Heads to Berlin, Notes on MoMA’s Rehang, and More: Morning Links from November 13, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Ahead of a 50th anniversary of the seminal convention on the trafficking of antiquities, Unesco …

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Art Industry News: Damien Hirst—Net Worth, Nearly $400 Million—Blasts the Teen Who Stole His Phone + 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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Smell Like A Million Books With Powell’s Books New Fragrance ‘Eau de Bookstore’

Waft this new scent for hints of wood, violet, and… musty paperback? Powell’s Books, the beloved independent shop in Portland, recently announced a limited-edition perfume …

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Oscar Murillo’s Beautiful Process

The multidisciplinary artist Oscar Murillo has been busy. Earlier this year, David Zwirner presented etica y estetica, an off-site exhibition of new paintings in a …

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D’heygere’s Collaboration with Pepo Moreno’s is Deviously Surreal

The Paris-based Belgian-born accessories designer Stéphanie D’heygere doesn’t remember the first time she met Spanish painter Pepo Moreno. Moreno, on the other hand, remembers it …

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In Good Taste, for a Good Cause

I, for one, would like to win a bottle of Tart vinegar and a virtual writing workshop with Naomi Fry. In the midst of T-shirts, …

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Ryan Johnson’s Endless Silhouettes

Ryan Johnson: Dear Shadow, at Nina Johnson in Miami, exhibits sculptures of striking silhouettes made from black epoxy clay in an interplay of light and shadow. Solemn and …

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Lisa Anne Auerbach’s Political Needles

Transport yourself, if you will, back to 2004, the heady era when Von Dutch trucker hats paired with aviator sunglasses were the celebrity uniform du …

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The Dinner Party of Dreams

Listening to a recounted dream can be a tricky business, but stick with me here: We’re on a beach, sand in between toes. There are …

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Plates for the People

For GARAGE Issue 19, we commissioned artists Maya Barrera and Brianna Capozzi to create eight custom plate paintings—or “plaintings”—to accompany a dinner party-centric feature on …

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