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A Youth Minister Spent Five Years Photographing Orion to Create This Stunningly Detailed, 2.5 Gigapixel View of the Constellation

A massive, 2.5 gigapixel photograph that was five years in the making shows the Orion constellation in stunning detail. Astrophotographer Matt Harbison has presented the ambitious image, titled ORION …

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Strengthening Healthcare Systems Through the Arts

The Ancient Greeks anointed Apollo as the god of both the arts and of healing—a hefty portfolio even by early mythology standards. As different as …

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Struggling French and German Museums Are Plunged Into a Second Lockdown as Coronavirus Cases Surge Across Europe

With coronavirus transmission rates bursting across Europe, Germany and France announced sweeping new rules yesterday, closing cultural institutions as they try to prevent hospitals from …

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Art Industry News: After Its Delay Sparked a Global Uproar, the Divisive Philip Guston Show Will Now Open Much Earlier + 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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Evening Sale at Sotheby’s Brings in $284 M., Ghana Appoints New Museum Committee, and More: Morning Links from October 29, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. Auction Action In a dramatic turn of events just two hours before they …

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The Art Angle Podcast: Ed Ruscha and Jimmy Iovine on How Art Can Help End the Trump Era

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each …

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Bullet Lips – Hippie Edition

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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Photographer Spotlight: Erli Grünzweil

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Photo Vogue Festival Presents Shifting Perspectives in Fashion Photography

Photographs are inherently political, as acts of choosing and displaying them. Fashion photography is layered and complex, a dream factory that is more and more …

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Sorano

Ancient Town of Sorano in Tuscany. Panoramic wiew from San Rocco realized in Agoust 2017.

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Concrete Platforms

Minh T is an art director and photographer based in California. With a background in graphic design and architecture, his work eschews an overly technical approach …

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Hernan Bas: Creature Comforts @ Perrotin, Paris

There are just those artists that all the other artists admire. For painters, you often hear of Neo Rauch, Jenny Saville and Kerry James Marshall …

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Niels Shoe Meulman “What The Fuck?” @ STRAAT, Amsterdam

In celebration of the long-awaited opening of STRAAT (which we wrote about last week), Amsterdam’s museum for graffiti and street art Amsterdam, Dutch urban art …

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‘I Don’t Mind Being Repulsive’: Swiss Painter Louise Bonnet on the Lure of Ugliness and How Horror Films Inspire Her Work

On the corner of 75th Street and Park Avenue in New York, inside Gagosian’s smallest gallery, are five large-scale paintings by the Swiss-born, Los Angeles-based painter …

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Subscriptions Work for Wine and Razors—So Why Not Art? Here’s How One Gallery Is Adapting the Model to Make It Through Lockdown

Welcome to New Models, a series that highlights galleries innovating beyond the traditional ways of exhibiting and selling art in the primary market. From forward-thinking …

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Amy Sillman

Dear Reader, The time we’re living in is crazy, horrible, almost medieval. I was supposed to have a show last May at Gladstone and I …

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Awol Erizku

The FLAG Art Foundation is pleased to present Mystic Parallax, a solo exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Awol Erizku, on view September 26 – November 14, 2020, on the 9th …

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Harald Klingelhöller

We are pleased to present “DIE WELT ERZÄHLT (ZWEIFACH, STERNFÖRMING)”, Harald Klingelhöller’s ninth solo exhibition. The sculptor, who teaches at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden …

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Tatjana Valsang

We are pleased to present LOGBUCH, the fourth solo exhibition of Tatjana Valsang at Konrad Fischer Galerie. The painter, who lives in Wuppertal, graduated in …

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Sotheby’s Two Evening Sales Bag a Muted $283.9 Million, Fueled by the Unorthodox Inclusion of Three Alfa Romeos

Before the sales even began, a shocking announcement turned the entire evening into an extended anti-climax. At the last minute, the Baltimore Museum of Art …

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Rokkaku Ayako and AllRightsReserved Collaborate on the “Ceramic Stool”

In what continues to be a great year for collectible releases and houseware collaborations with contemporary artists, Japanese artist Rokkaku Ayako has teamed up with …

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Art World Conference 2020 Review: Defining Value(s) in the Art World

Over the past two weekends I attended the October edition of the Art World Conference, which due to the pandemic was conducted online over the …

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Amid a Growing Outcry, the Baltimore Museum of Art Withdrew Its Controversial Sale of Three Works Through Sotheby’s at the Eleventh Hour

Just hours before the Baltimore Museum of Art was about to auction off a group of multimillion-dollar works at Sotheby’s New York, the institution withdrew them from sale. …

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Cauleen Smith was named the recipient of the 2020 Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize.

Cauleen Smith at the Whitney Museum’s annual Studio Party in 2017. Photo by Paul Bruinooge/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images. The Los Angeles–based multidisciplinary artist Cauleen …

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“Gindin Mangoro: Under the Mango Tree”: Collins Obijiaku @ ADA Contemporary, Ghana

Something to celebrate in 2020 would be the stunning spotlight on contemporary African artists opening shows around the world.  Back in 2008, Juxtapoz traveled to …

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Collectors Lisa Young and Steven Abraham Are Building Community with Asian Diasporic Artists

Portrait, from left to right, of Steven Abraham and Lisa Young with, from left to right, Conrad Egyir, Agape. Allegory of Love, 2019; and Nadia …

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Baltimore Museum of Art Pauses Contentious Deaccession Hours Before Auction

After weeks of raging debate surrounding the Baltimore Museum of Art’s decision to auction three major works by Brice Marden, Clyfford Still, and Andy Warhol …

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Baltimore Museum of Art Calls Off Controversial Deaccession Plan Hours Before Sale

In a shocking last-minute move, the Baltimore Museum of Art has “decided to pause” its plans to sell three works from its collection with Sotheby’s, …

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Set Against Lavishly Patterned Backdrops, Photographer Cecilia Paredes Disguises Herself in Stunning Self-Portraits

“Zanzibar” (2019). All images © Cecilia Paredes, shared with permission Whether immersing herself in swathes of ornamental textiles or against paisley-style backdrops, Cecilia Paredes is …

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Tate Suspends Curator for Publicly Criticizing Postponement of Guston Show; Postponement Moves from 2024 to 2022

Tate Modern has reportedly suspended senior curator Mark Godfrey after he posted to his personal Instagram account a lengthy criticism of the controversial decision to …

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Artist Jim Shaw Unleashes a Dystopian, Dantesque Vision of American Politics in a New Show in London—See Images Here

“Jim Shaw: Hope Against Hope” at Simon Lee Gallery Through January 16, 2021 What the gallery says: “Shaw has never been one to shy away from …

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Sustrato

Inspirada en nuestra sociedad contemporánea. Perteneciente a la serie “Transporte Público”

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Baltimore Museum Deaccessioning Controversy, Explained: Why a Plan to Sell $65 M. in Art Ignited Debate

When museums sell art from their collections, the proceedings rarely become the stuff of national news, but such is the case with the Baltimore Museum …

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The US Government Has Filed a Lawsuit Demanding the San Francisco Asian Art Museum Return Two Ancient Artifacts to Thailand

The US government has filed a civil lawsuit demanding that the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco return two ancient Thai artifacts to their country …

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What I Buy and Why: Fashion Consultant Kristen Cole on the Joys of Decorating With Great Artworks and the Ones That Got Away

Fashion consultant and advisor Kristen Cole has always been drawn to art. The former president and chief creative officer of the Dallas-based boutique chain Forty …

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Covid-19 Sparks Second Museum Shutdown in Brussels—and a New Art Fair in Antwerp

With coronavirus cases spiking across Europe, museums in Brussels are shutting down for the second time since March, while Art Brussels has announced plans for …

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A Fresh Vision of Minimalism Foregrounds Female Artists

Cube 1,2,3, 1984. Lydia OkumuraGalerie Thaddaeus Ropac Untitled, ca. 1940-1947. Marlow MossGalerie Thaddaeus Ropac The sculptures are black and white, angular, almost mesmerizing in the …

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Frieze New York Dramatically Slims Down, Relocates to the Shed for 2021 Fair

For the first time since launching in 2012, Frieze New York will leave Randall’s Island. Organizers of the contemporary art fair announced today that its …

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Metaphorical Editorial Illustrations by Eleni Debo Incite Reflections on Contemporary Life

All images © Eleni Debo, shared with permission Belgian illustrator Eleni Debo works within subdued color palettes rendering curious scenes that illuminate the human condition …

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Between Reality and Fiction

Chris Zhongtian Yuan utilises video, fiction, sound, design and performance, and looks into the messy web of human construction. Counterfictions, which won the Emerging Award …

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Frieze New York Is Moving From Randall’s Island to The Shed for a Pared-Down Fair in 2021

Frieze has announced a surprising change of location for the next in-person edition of the New York fair: The Shed, the new Hudson Yards arts …

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U.S. Government Demands That Asian Art Museum Return Thai Artifacts

A civil complaint filed by the U.S. federal government this week alleges that two artifacts in the collection of San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum were …

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U.S. Government Demands That Asian Art Museum Return Allegedly Looted Thai Artifacts

A civil complaint filed by the U.S. federal government on Monday alleges that two stone lintels in the collection of San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum …

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Tate Has Suspended Curator Mark Godfrey for Openly Criticizing Its Decision to Postpone the Philip Guston Show He Co-Organized

Mark Godfrey, a star curator at Tate Modern in London and a co-organizer of “Philip Guston Now,” has been suspended by his museum for speaking …

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Robert L. Lynch and Americans for the Arts Featured in New Episode of PBS’s “Craft in America” Focused on Democracy

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 Category:  Americans for the Arts News A new episode of the PBS docuseries “Craft in America” focused on the arts and …

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Megan Marrin

Megan Marrin’s solo exhibition “Convalescence” features a quartet of life-size oil paintings: renderings of Edwardian-era shower stalls (“a relic of treatment, hygiene, and rejuvenation,” says …

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This Dog Muzzle Is Perfect To Scare The Hell Out Of Neighbors On Halloween

This dog muzzle makes your nice and friendly dog look like a snarling werewolf that’s about to take a chomp out of your neighbor’s butt, …

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Blue Haze: Beautiful Desert Photographs By Mariyan Atanasov

“The project Blue Haze is from the Sahara desert and more specifically Merzouga, Morocco. I couldn’t have a chance to travel abroad this year because …

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Tate Senior Curator Reportedly Suspended for Comments on Guston Show Controversy

Mark Godfrey, a senior curator at Tate Modern in London, has been suspended after criticizing the museum’s decision to postpone a Philip Guston retrospective, the …

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Why Not Add an Art-Inspired Accessory to Your Fall Look? This Online Marketplace Offers Thousands of Options

Autumn is typically the year’s most famed fashion season, with the well-heeled among us donning the latest styles and accessories. This year, of course, there …

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