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“American Holidays” by Photographer Julia Gillard

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“Infected Mind”: The Superb Everyday Crypto Artworks of Klarens Malluta

Klarens Malluta is a self-taught Visual Artist, creating something new everyday, since 2017. His style is considered retro-futuristic, vaporwave, glitchy and trippy, but he likes …

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Hidden Forces

The title of Joanna Piotrowska’s new collection, Stable Vices, yields many possible readings. A vice could be a bad habit, or a tool for gripping …

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Unsatisfying Moments Animated

A video about unsatisfying situations: the frustrating, annoying, disappointing little things of everyday life, that are so painful to live or even to watch

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Equity and the Ephemeral: A Conversation on Copyright with Jeffrey Gluck

In the transient world of street art, you are as likely to engage a defense attorney for criminal charges as you are a copyright lawyer …

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Vhils Builds a “Portal” @ MAGMA Gallery, Bologna, Italy

MAGMA gallery and Vhils Studio are proud to announce the solo show Portal, a large-scale and immersive project by Alexandre Farto aka Vhils at the …

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Get Down: Tomoo Gokita @ Dallas Contemporary

On the back of Tomoo Gokita’s current solo presentation Fresh at Blum and Poe in LA, Japanese artist we’ve featured in the Fall 2019 issue …

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Keith Haring Mural in Barcelona Faces Uncertain Future

A little known mural created by Keith Haring in a Barcelona club in 1989 is at risk of being demolished to make way for an …

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Nine Massive Waves of Deadwood Surge Across a Forest Floor Near Hamburg

All images © Jörg Gläscher, shared with permission As the fear of a second wave of COVID-19 swept through Germany in the fall of 2020, …

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Thomas Cole Painting Controversially Sold by Newark Museum Heads to Philadelphia

A masterwork by Thomas Cole that was at the center of a deaccessioning controversy last spring has found a new home at the Philadelphia Museum …

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In Its L.A. and Paris Stores, Saint Laurent Debuts a New Collection Inspired by the Art-World-Favorite Memphis Group

The stamp of Anthony Vaccarello’s Saint Laurent is a kind of pointy insouciance—black cigarette jeans, a killer tuxedo, a patent leather trench. Cumulatively, these elements …

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‘The Future of the Art World Is Here’: Johannesburg-Based Curator Londi Modiko on Her Mission to Empower Black Women Creatives

Londi Modiko has unabashedly set out to change the South African art world. For over a decade, the Johannesburg-based curator and art advisor has been …

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8 LGBTQIA+ Artists on Self-Portraiture and Expressions of Pride

For artists, self-portraiture can be a powerful act of self-reflection. In making themselves the focus of their work, the artist reveals and expresses elements of …

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Yoshi Wada (1943–2021)

Experimental sound artist and multi-instrumentalist Yoshi Wada died at his home in New York on May 18 at the age of seventy-seven. The news was …

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The Detroit Institute of Arts Commissioned a Mural for the Local Police Department. Amid Backlash, the Artist Who Made It Wants It Gone

A piece of public art sponsored by the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) and installed at a local police station has fomented a wave of …

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Pumarosa II

Se envia en un tubo resistente. Se envia con certificado de autenticidad. — Nacio en Mérida, Venezuela, y vive en Barcelona, España. Su pintura intenta …

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Historias de Metro (Subway Stories)

Se envia en un tubo resistente. Se envia con certificado de autenticidad. — Nacio en Mérida, Venezuela, y vive en Barcelona, España. Su pintura intenta …

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Conserving America’s National Parks and Public Lands | Nonprofit Report

Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of conserving America’s National Parks and public lands, with guests; Laura Herrin, President & CEO of American …

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Pumarosa

Se envia en un tubo resistente. Se envia con certificado de autenticidad. — Nacio en Mérida, Venezuela, y vive en Barcelona, España. Su pintura intenta …

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Toppled Statue of Slave Trader Goes On View in Bristol, Generating Controversy

The display of a toppled statue of a 17th-century slave trader at a Bristol museum has renewed controversy over monuments to problematic figures in the …

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6 Rising Contemporary Artists Using Traditional Craft Techniques

Spandita Malik, Parween Devi, 2020. © Spandita Malik. Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Hasted, Brooklyn. The popular practice of reviving ancient and traditional crafts …

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Old schoolboard with memories

The painting is painted in the form of a classic blackboard. This artwork symbolizes the memory of our development path from ABC to complex formulas. …

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Abu Dhabi Will Pump Another $6 Billion Into Its Culture Industry as It Looks to Transition Its Economy From Oil to Tourism

The city of Abu Dhabi has announced plans to spend $6 billion in the next five years on the cultural and creative industries, adding to …

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Star Studio Museum Curator Legacy Russell Has Been Named Director of Pioneering Art Space the Kitchen in New York

Legacy Russell, a rising star curator and author, has been named chief curator and executive director of the Kitchen, one of New York’s oldest and …

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Legacy Russell Named Executive Director of the Kitchen

Storied New York arts nonprofit the Kitchen has appointed Legacy Russell executive director and chief curator. Russell, who since 2018 has served as associate curator …

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Thea Ballard on Alvin Lucier’s I am sitting in a room

FOUR YEARS AGO, the composer Alvin Lucier, then 86, performed his best-known piece, I am sitting in a room (1969), at ISSUE Project Room in …

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A Star-Studded Exhibition Backed by Three European Presidents (Including Putin) Celebrates the Diversity of Europe’s Contemporary Art

An astoundingly ambitious show hopes to capture the many artistic languages across the continent of Europe at a time when nationalism is on the rise and …

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Closely Watched Curator Legacy Russell to Direct The Kitchen in New York

The Kitchen, a New York alternative space with a reputation for showing cutting-edge performance, video, and sound art over the past 50 years, has picked …

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The New Art Hotspot in Asia: Seoul’s Fast-Rising Scene Is Attracting International Attention

When South Korea’s richest man, Lee Kun-hee, died this past October, at 78, rumors immediately began swirling about his art collection, a trove said to …

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Asparagus, Cucumbers, and Cabbage Leaves Take a Fresh Twist on the Iconic Hermès Birkin Bag

All images © Ben Denzer, shared with permission Ben Denzer cultivates what could be the next trend in sustainable fashion with a green redesign of …

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Pierce Brosnan on the Centennial Birthday of American Painter, LeRoy Neiman

LeRoy Neiman was one of America’s most prominent and famous sports artists, documenting some of the most iconic athletes and moments in the 20th Century …

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How Processing COVID-19 as an Artist Transformed My Arts in Health Practice

No one living in New York last spring will forget the tension and the morbidity that enveloped the city when COVID-19 hit. In that period, …

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Art Industry News: Disgraced NYC Mayoral Candidate Anthony Weiner Wants to Cash In on NFTs of His Own Infamy + 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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Damien Hirst Takes Rome, Gunfire Damages Iowa Museum, and More: Morning Links from June 8, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines NOT ONE BUT TWO STATUES OF LIBERTY WILL BE STANDING in New York …

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For the Serpentine Pavilion’s 20th Anniversary, Architect Sumayya Vally Built an Ideal Meeting Place for Perfect Strangers—See It Here

After a year’s delay, London’s Serpentine Galleries have unveiled the latest iteration of the summer architectural pavilion. Designed by up-and-coming architecture studio Counterspace, which is …

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Jardin del Alma

Se envia en un tubo resistente. Se envia con certificado de autenticidad. — Nacio en Mérida, Venezuela, y vive en Barcelona, España. Su pintura intenta …

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Horizonte del Alma

Se envia en un tubo resistente. Se envia con certificado de autenticidad. — Nacio en Mérida, Venezuela, y vive en Barcelona, España. Su pintura intenta …

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“Cybermancer”: The Superb 3D Digital Concept Artworks of Kirill Maksimchuk

Kirill Maksimchuk is an art director, digital artist, motion designer based in Kaliningrad, Russia. Has been contracted for Nike, Google, Mercedes, Samsung, Bayer, Macallan and …

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The Cyberflora Kinetic Art of Julia Nizamutdinova

Julia Nizamutdinova (Julia Cyberflora) — multidisciplinary artist, designer, inventor. Her work is a continuous experiment with materials, technologies, and form. The study of the boundaries …

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Beautiful stranger

I present to you Marilyn Monroe, whom you have never seen. A true and real, unhappy woman. The picture is made in the author’s “stone …

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Photographer Spotlight: Oumayma B. Tanfous

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“Light Spreads Out Forever” by Artist Lindsey Kircher

Lindsey Kircher                                               …

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Vish Maradia Photographed Herself To Portray Anxiety With The Help Of Photo Manipulation

“I never knew this feeling until I lost my job in April 2019. Made some wrong career decision and I got stuck. Didn’t know what …

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Spectacular Winning Images of The Siena Creative Photo Awards 2021

Here is the list of winners of the Siena Creative Photo Awards 2021. Photo of the year won by Iranian photographer Masoud Mirzaei for his …

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Science and Technology Ads from the 50s and 60s

Somebody on Flickr has put together this random assortment of advertisements collected from various science and technology magaiznes from the 50s and 60s. Much of …

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Questions of Being

What does it mean to be human? This question is at the heart of works by 29-year-old Brazilian photographer Paulo Abreu. The following images probe …

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The Natural Way of Things: A Studio Visit Matthew Craven

On the occasion of his solo show, IN BLOOM, Matthew Craven sat down with Hashimoto Contemporary’s Vanessa Indies (as well as welcomed Shaun Roberts to …

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In The Neighbourhood: Trey Abdella @ T293, Rome

Acrylic, plastic, resin, glass, fabric, denim, thumbtack, red lights, plastic bugs, hot glue, door knob, clock hands, and rocks sounds less like a description of …

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The Uncanny Scenery Of A Dream: Stanley Donwood Works Inspired by Thomas Hardy’s “Selected Poems”

Jealous are proud to announce the opening of The Uncanny Scenery Of A Dream, a solo exhibition by award-winning artist and author Stanley Donwood, displaying …

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Leap into the Unknown

When it gets too easy or too comfortable, when you feel unhappy or unchallenged, or board, or depressed – you should definitely leave the comfort …

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