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Storm on the sea, Light of God and the flood

What will we do if our planet is tired of us and our destructive activity? Do you remember the legend of the worldwide flow. Sometimes …

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Artist Spotlight: Dewangga Lidansyah

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Paul Wackers’ Still Life Fantasies @ Eleanor Harwood, San Francisco

Paul Wackers paints the fantasy worlds I want to live in. His still-lifes are teeming with abundance and growth, plants and domestic life, abstraction and …

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Mindful Documentation

“Traces of beauty exist everywhere around us,” says Mark Forbes (b. 1980), an award-winning photographer recognised for atmospheric images of streets and urban landscapes. The …

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EPHEMERAL PART II: SNIK’s Exhibition Without an Audience

Urban contemporary art duo SNIK present EPHEMERAL PART II, an exhibition both created and presented in isolation from the world, in a fitting homage to …

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Kristof Santy’s Solo Debut @ Galerie Thomas Serruys

An absolute gem of an exhibition was recently held in Bruges, Belgium, where painter Kristof Santy teamed up with a local designer Thomas Serruys, for a …

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“Falling” by Photographer Gabby Laurent

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Joan Cornellà Readies His “POOPY PANTS” Vinyl Figure with AllRightsReserved

One of the most sinister and hilarious artists of this generation, Spanish artist Joan Cornellà is set to release a new vinyl figure with AllRightsReserved. The …

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What is the human mind?

To explore the mind of God?

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What Unites Brilliant Artists Who Died in Their Twenties? Here Are 8 Case Studies From a New Book About Starry Lives Cut Short

In examining the many artists who died before the age of 30, authors Angela Swanson Jones and Vern G. Swanson examine 109 stories in their …

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A New Book Looks at the History and Work of Artists Who Died Young. Here Are 8 of Their Stories

In examining the many artists who died before the age of 30, authors Angela Swanson Jones and Vern G. Swanson examine 109 stories in their …

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Sueño Rosa

De la serie “Memorias para un Presente”. Inspirado en los sueños, aspiraciones, expectativas y la asunción de la realidad.

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Houston Artist Jamal Cyrus Tells Us About Finding Inspiration in the City’s Under-Researched Art History and His Studio Rituals

Album covers from an imaginary record label, textiles made from redacted FBI files on Black activists, a sculpture bisected with metal rods that map the …

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Warm night

In this photo, I conveyed the state of warmth enveloping the female figure. rays of warm light illuminate the drafts of the body, dissolving into …

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Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Congratulations to the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) class of 2021, from B.F.A. students to M.F.A. graduates! SCAD has M.F.A. programs in over …

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(M.F.A., Photography, 2021)

“My Skin My Logo” captured subjects in places they had felt most comfortable. Most of the time, I found myself in the worst parts of …

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(M.F.A., Sculpture, 2021)

“Plastics” showcases the nature of nostalgic, consumer products. Behind product function and its mass marketing lies a deeper significance to the formal elements of line, …

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Arc de Triomphe to Receive Christo Wrap in September

Famed Parisian landmark the Arc de Triomphe will be swathed in silvery-blue fabric and bright red rope this fall, courtesy of the late installation artist …

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Otherworldly Sandstone Pillars Appear Like Totems of Billowing Fabric

All images © Zac Henderson, shared with permission Between 140 and 180 million years ago, a cluster of Entrada Sandstone developed in a remote region …

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An Investigation Into Uighur Detention Camps Funded by Eyebeam Art and Technology Center Has Won a Pulitzer Prize

A project funded in part by Brooklyn’s Eyebeam Art and Technology Center has won a Pulitzer Prize in international reporting. “Built to Last,” a four-part investigative series …

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Settlement Reached in Multimillion-Dollar Legal Battle Over Robert Indiana Estate

A three-year-long, multimillion-dollar legal battle between the estate of Robert Indiana and the Morgan Art Foundation, which represented Indiana during his lifetime and owns the …

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ARTnews in Brief: Orange County Museum of Art Will Relaunch California Biennial—and More from June 14, 2021

Monday, June 14 Orange County Museum of Art Will Relaunch California Biennial in 2022 The Orange County Museum of Art in Costa Mesa, California, will …

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High-Tech Works at Tribeca Film Festival Ambitiously Ponder What Makes Us Human

In 2018, a study conducted in Japan by a team of researchers led by Ryota Kondo, Maki Sugimoto, Kouta Minamizawa came to a striking conclusion …

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An Annual Exhibition Features Over 1,000 Illustrated Coasters at Nucleus Portland

Top left: By Kelly Louise Judd. Top right: By Lydia Nichols. Bottom left: By Mariya Pilipenko. Bottom right: By Molly Egan. All images via Nucleus …

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David Altmejd

Poignant, bizarre, and frequently perverse, David Altmejd’s figurative sculptures stun on multiple levels. Be it the subtle tension of an eyelid or the considered positioning …

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Women Artists of the Middle East and South Asia Are Reinventing Miniature Painting

Hiba Schahbaz, installation view of “In My Heart” at Rockefeller Center, New York, 2021. Photo by Olympia Shannon. Courtesy of the artist and Art Production …

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Robert Indiana Legacy Battle Resolved

The dispute as to who should retain control of the legacy of late artist Robert Indiana has reached a conclusion after three fraught years. The …

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Thinkspace Presents ‘Cluster Fudge’: A New Body of Paintings and Articulated Figures by Reen Barrera

All photos © Thinkspace and Reen Barrera, shared with permission Candid, passionate, and uninhibited, Ohlala is the character at the center of Reen Barrera‘s practice. …

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Thinkspace Presents Cluster Fudge: A New Body of Paintings and Articulated Figures by Reen Barrera

All photos © Thinkspace + Reen Barrera, shared with permission. Candid, passionate, and uninhibited, Ohlala is the character at the center of Reen Barrera‘s practice. …

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5 to See:London Festival of Architecture

After a 2020 edition that was exclusively digital, the London Festival of Architecture returns to the city. Throughout the month of June, a programme of …

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Damien Hirst’s Fake Antiquities From an Imaginary Shipwreck Are on View Alongside the Real Thing at the Galleria Borghese—See It Here

Damien Hirst‘s over-the-top art has landed in Rome, where works from his love-it-or-hate-it series “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable” are on view alongside antiquities …

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The girl in the boat

To swim in placating, you need to find your current. Original Digital painting, Acrylic, Natural Canvas on stretcher One of a kind artwork Size: 70 …

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The life beyond me

A visual poem about the human presence and existence, about the “act” of living. The photos are for sale in a limited edition art print …

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Circle

Series “Art of Bug” Stretched canvas (cotton), oil, mixed media, 70x70cm, 2021. The artwork is signed on the back and accompanied with a certificate of …

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Ancient Necropolis Discovered in 17th-Century Croatian Palace Garden

Experts have discovered an ancient necropolis dating to the 4th and 5th centuries C.E. at a 17th-century palace on the Croatian island of Hvar. The …

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Sculptor Phyllida Barlow Made a Dame by Queen of England

The sculptor Phyllida Barlow has been given a damehood by Queen Elizabeth II, as part of the monarch’s annual birthday honor’s list. Represented by mega-gallery …

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Police Accuse ‘Disloyal Employees’ of Stealing $30 Million Worth of Art From the Italian Broadcast Company Rai

The Italian press has dubbed it the “sack of Rai.” Investigators believe disgruntled former staff members stole a trove of artworks worth an estimated $30 …

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Christo’s Arc de Triomphe Wrapping Planned for September

After multiple delays, a Christo project that will wrap Paris’s Arc de Triomphe in blue fabric is officially set to be unveiled in September. The …

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Christo’s Arc de Triomphe Wrapping Planned for September Unveiling

After multiple delays, a Christo project that will wrap Paris’s Arc de Triomphe in blue fabric is officially set to be unveiled in September. The …

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Robert Indiana’s Estate Has Reached an Agreement With His Longtime Financial Backer After a Bitter Three-Year Legal Fight

A bitter, years-long legal dispute over the legacy of famous Pop artist Robert Indiana has come to an end. The artist’s estate, the Star of …

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Outgoing Gwangju Biennale President Speaks Out Against ‘Unfounded Claims’ Amid Investigation

A controversy at the top of South Korea’s most important biennial has deepened, with its outgoing president calling claims of misconduct by its union “unfounded.” …

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Member Spotlight: Allyson Esposito

Executive Director of Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) Allyson Esposito is an arts administrator, lawyer, and dancer with more than 12 years of …

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“Intimacy and Spectacle in the Age of Social Media”

Named for the capital city of Sofia, Bulgaria’s first sports car was designed by engineer Velizar Andreev in the 1980s. One of its rare prototypes …

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Wildlife Shines Bright in the 2021 Nature TTL Photographer of the Year

The winners of the 2021 Nature TTL Photographer of the Year have been revealed, highlighting a stunning set of images that showcase the diversity and …

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Artists Launch Fundraiser in Support of Looted West Bank Arts Center Dar Jacir

The nonprofit Association for Modern and Contemporary Arab Art (AMCA) has launched a fundraiser in aid of the Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and …

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Art Thefts Rock Italian Broadcaster, David Bowie Work to Auction, and More: Morning Links from June 14, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines IN WHAT HAS TO BE ONE OF THE MOST PECULIAR ART …

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Art Industry News: Dorothea Rockburne Sues Ex-Twitter CEO After His Bathroom Leak Ruined Dozens of Her Artworks + 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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This Instagram Account Creates Sinister Parodies of Kid’s Cooks To Ruin Your Childhood Memories

Thomas Columbo is the creator of Digital Meddle. He alters vintage children’s books through the use Photoshop, adding the text in order to give the …

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The Biggest Questions Artists Ask

Artists live in the realm of magic. But we also live in the real world, often at the fringes of culture. It’s difficult to navigate …

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Forensic Artist Reconstructs Face From A Skull-Shaped Vodka Bottle

Nigel Cockerton, a forensic artist based in Scotland, has created a cool and creepy sculpture artwork that made use of his very rare set of …

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