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Ho Rui An

Ho Rui An’s first solo exhibition in Southeast Asia delves into the compromises that the East made to achieve capitalist modernity—and the repercussions thereof. The …

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Japanese Photographer Captures Stunningly Gorgeous Photoshoot of Tokyo Station During a Typhoon

Japanese photographer ‘7’ tends to focus their lens on some of the beautiful night photography locations available in the Kanagawa and Tokyo area. While the …

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Tom Zetterstrom’s Moving Point of View

Raising questions about established photographic realities, Tom Zetterstrom’s silver prints, made throughout the 1970s and 80s, synthesize traditional landscape photography with a cinematic sweep of …

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Graphic Artist Reimagines Children’s Board Games As Superb Horror Movie Posters

Most of us probably remember playing board games when we were little, maybe even now when we’re all grown up. Usually, they are designed to …

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Madeline Hollander’s Latest Installation Is Made Entirely Out of BMW Headlights. Watch the Artist Discuss Her Inspirations Here

American artist Madeline Hollander looks for the choreography that exists in the everyday and examines how the human body navigates space within systems of technology …

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Santa Wants to Keep You and His Friends at The North Pole Safe This Christmas so He’s Wearing a Mask

Santa is an iconic symbol of Christmas, and that’s why Santa Christmas ornaments have become so popular. Santa Claus ornaments come in many shapes and …

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‘How Does Information and the Body Travel Now, When People Cannot?’: Frieze Live’s Experimental New Format Probes New Possibilities for Performance Art

A performer was stomping around on the second floor of a vacant townhouse on London’s Cork Street last weekend, as Frieze’s Live program played out …

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Facing Illness with Art: 4 Powerful Artworks That Reveal Artists’ Experiences with Breast Cancer

Art has long provided a way to explore some of life’s most deeply personal subjects, including sex, intimacy, disease, and death. Over the years, artworks …

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Member Profile: Kyaien Conner

Kyaien (Kya) Conner, PhD, LSW, MPH, began studying West African Dance at the age of six and became a professional West African Dancer at 14. …

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Little Amal: An Enormous Puppet Is Traveling 8,000km to Shine Light on the Refugee Crisis

Photograph by Bevan Roos. All images shared with permission To draw attention to the ongoing refugee crisis, an oversized puppet will traverse 8,000 kilometers on …

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Museum of Chinese in America Gets $3 M. Grant and More: Morning Links from October 12, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. Museums The Black Trustee Alliance for Art Museums, which met for the first time …

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Art Industry News: Art-World Scammer Anna ‘Delvey’ Sorokin Is Being Granted Early Parole + 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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“An eye for un ail” by Illustrator Julien Posture

Julien Posture                                 Julien Posture’s Website Julien Posture on Instagram

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“Permit Me Voyage” by Photographer Christian Michael Filardo

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Volcán de agua

Obra perteneciente al proyecto expositivo “Soy nube” Se investiga sobre el medio, creando efectos fractales. Se descubre un paisaje marino a partir de elementos fragmentados …

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The Decisive Moment

Harry Gruyaert (b. 1941), grew up in a traditional Flemish family, forbidden to pursue a career in the arts. Later, he decided to go on …

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Recognising Innovation

“Architecture has never been created by a singular, star architect. The concept of the ‘lone design genius’ is outdated and in need of an overhaul.” …

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Marilyn Minter: A Constant Rebel

Isolation, that most disquieting quiet, and perhaps the cruelest of all tortures devised by our penal systems is very unlike the contemplative silence and purposeful …

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En chœur… (ESPRIT VOILE 2020)

The sea and the sail still inspire me as much and I continue to paint my sailboats suspended between sky and sea in 2017. This …

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Le Pic Saint-Loup, a mountain in the South of France

This oil painting was made on location, not far from my studio, in five different sessions with a fortnight drying time between each.The Pic Saint-Loup …

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Pink Lady

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Bullseye

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Editors’ Picks: 21 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From the Inaugural Show at Duane Thomas Gallery to New York City Trivia Night

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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The Art World at Home: Curator Sara Raza Is Working on a Mid-Career Survey of Ahmed Mater and Consulting Her Turkic Recipes

The curator Sara Raza has spent much of the past few months doing what she does best: organizing exhibitions and serving as a locus of …

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The Innovators List: 51 Trailblazers, Dreamers, and Pioneers Transforming the Art Industry

A version of this list first appeared in the fall 2020 Artnet Intelligence Report, which you can download in full for free here. Profiles of the innovators …

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The Gray Market: What the Rampaging Success of a T-Rex Skeleton Says About Major Imbalances in the Auction Market (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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A New Book Traces the Visual Symbolism of the Zodiac Throughout Art History—See the Trippy Astrological Images Here

Art theorist, intellectual historian, and cultural scientist Aby M. Warburg mused: Was bedeutet es, sich im raum zu orientieren?, a physical and spiritual mouthful which …

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Barry Le Va

Emblematic of Le Va’s installations of the late 1960s, the meat cleaver works were iconoclastic for their aggressive materiality and enigmatic elegance. They followed Barry …

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Ariana Papademetropoulos

Vito Schnabel Projects presents “Ariana Papademetropoulos: Unweave a Rainbow,” the first New York City solo exhibition for the Los Angeles-based artist. “Unweave a Rainbow” will …

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Daphne Wright

Daphne Wright’s work maneuvers things into well-wrought but delicate doubt. Shifting between tautness and mess, it sets imagery, materials and language in constant metaphorical motion. …

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Miz Cracker interviews Laurie Simmons on her art

Miz Cracker talks with artist Laurie Simmons about her early black and white photography and how questions of gender inform her process.

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Espacio Vital (Díptico ll)

Díptico ll, perteneciente a la serie Transporte Público

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Espacio Vital (Díptico l)

Díptico l, perteneciente a la serie Transporte Público

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La Oferta

Obra perteneciente a la serie Memorias para un Presente

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Avni Sethi Wins Vera List Center’s Jane Lombard Prize for Art and Social Justice

The Vera List Center for Art and Politics at New York’s New School has named Avni Sethi as the recipient of the 2020–2022 Jane Lombard …

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Autumn in Montana

Autumn in Montana. oil painting on linen canvas, painted expressively using a spatula. Autumn landscape with a river. A warm autumn day, the beautiful nature …

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This Artist Began Drawing These Comics About His Family Every Day During The Lockdown

According to an artist Karl Whiteley: “I was looking forward to going to some job interviews in March. But COVID-19 has hit a pause button …

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This is Reportage: Award-Winning Wedding Moments Captured During The 2020 Pandemic

Lori-Anne Crewe, Canada Coronavirus has taken its toll on all of us and has seen hundreds of thousands of weddings either postponed, canceled, or pared …

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Runo Lagomarsino, A line can now be drawn, 2020, carved wood and iron stirrup from 19th century South America, motor and electricity, 7 3/4 × 6 × 7 1/3″.

* carved wood and iron stirrup from 19th century South America, motor and electricity, 7 3/4 × 6 × 7 1/3″.

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Gemeinschaft II (Community)

Here Wolff approaches the theme of animals in a graphic manner, emphasizing the symbolic, almost decorative, which is reminiscent of primitive pictorial representations in cave …

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Tanya Akhmetgalieva

The blurred edges of reality form the center of Tanya Akhmetgalieva’s practice, in which weighty metaphysical issues are handled with a light, neo-Pop touch. Visitors …

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David Graeber’s Unaccomplishments

YOU SHOULD READ HIM, remember him. He is an important person and thinker. More than that, he was kind. He did good things for many people …

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Found Photos Show Fashion Styles of Young Women in the Late 1980s and Early ’90s

Fashion in the 1990s was defined by a return to minimalist fashion, in contrast to the more elaborate and flashy trends of the 1980s. In …

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French Artist Bruno Pontiroli Twists the World Around Him in His Paintings

Some artists have a knack for turning our world upside down with a stroke of a brush. Bruno Pontiroli is one of those artists. Bruno …

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With This Ride-On Trump Costume It Looks Like Donald Is Giving You a Piggyback Ride

This ride-on Trump costume will make you look like Donald himself is giving you a piggyback ride. This hilarious thing is sure to be a …

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Journey.

Journey. An original modernist abstract painting with different shapes in a vibrant palette. The painting has a delicate balance of free, spontaneous application of shapes …

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This Artist Delivers “The Good News” With Upbeat Street Flyers

South African artist Jaco Haasbroek thinks there should be more good news in the world. To combat all the horrible news stories we come across …

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This Artist Makes a Living Selling Terrible Origami On Etsy

Etsy user MrImprov is testing the adage that art is what you can get away with, selling terrible origami for $50,000 or less. Below are …

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The Against The Wall Christmas Tree: Introducing a Christmas Tree That’s Perfectly Fits for Homes with Limited Space

Hammacher Schlemmer If you live in a small apartment or simply have limited space in your home, every Christmas becomes a little nightmare. You want …

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Philippe Caza’s Surreal Futurist Artworks

French artist Philippe Caza creates some truly amazing surreal, futurist, psych artworks. 

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