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‘I have been chasing that golden hour ever since’ – Christina Quarles talks about her new Artspace & Phaidon edition with Skowhegan

The acclaimed contemporary artist describes the processes that led to her creating Magic Hour (2016/2021)

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Emily Bills – The Art for Home Interview

The author, urban studies professor, and photography expert picks her favorite pieces by Carrie Mae Weems, Catherine Opie, and Candida Höfer from the Artspace archive …

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A Guide to New Orleans’ Best—From Boutique Hotel Maison de la Luz

The Warehouse District in New Orleans teems with contemporary art galleries, hip new restaurants, a renowned Southern art museum—and of course, strong, strong drinks.

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James Huniford – The Art for Home Interview

The New York-based interior designer makes his pick from the Artspace archive of works he thinks would work in waterfront houses, West Village apartments, and …

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Tania Kovats – Why I Draw

The British artist describes her relationship with the sea, how drawing enables her to explore different value systems and why her works can be ‘right’ …

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The Artspace Art for Life Interview with Pilar Corrias

The Gallerist recalls her mother’s stories of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, a tricky time at art school, and the artwork that captures who she …

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5 Artistic Collaborations That Could Have Been Terrible – but Turned out Great

Warhol and Basquiat, Duchamp and Man Ray, Picasso and Mili – 5 collabs that changed the course of art history

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Art History In Action: 7 Contemporary Artworks That Reference The Revered

Art History Lives And Breathes In These Artists Who Are In Conversation With The Greats

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The Artspace Art for Life Interview with John Pawson

The English architect describes the art he loves, the family connections within his collection, and the one piece people just cannot keep their hands off

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World Exclusive: ‘I’ve never done a black painting as a print before and they’re such an important body of work for me.’ Cecily Brown talks about her debut Phaidon/ Artspace edition

The painter reflects on the twists and turns of her incredible career and the increasing importance of the Black Paintings in her practice

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Deanna Petherbridge – Why I Draw

This Vitamin D3-featured artist uses pen, ink and her internal moral compass to create her detailed images of urban landscapes characterized by vertiginous perspective and …

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Emma Talbot – Why I Draw

The contemporary artist tells us about the immediacy and freedom that she finds in works on paper, and what she listens to on her drawing …

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Kyle Thurman – Why I Draw

Careers advisers suggested this American artist should become a soldier or an athlete. In response, he worked those roles into drawings of normative masculinity

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6 Artists To Watch: Online Edition

Cutting edge artists catching our attention in ‘the digital space’ right now

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Critic Calvin Tomkins on Vija Celmins (And Her Cat)

Vija Celmin’s retrospective is on view at the Met Beuer until January 12th. Here, renowned New Yorker critic Calvin Tomkins offers an intimate glimpse into …

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Art for the In Crowd – 8 Artworks Depicting The Great Indoors

Have you been spending a little too long examining your own domestic aesthetic? Well take a look at how these artists depicted theirs

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Charmaine Watkiss – Why I Draw

This brilliant British artist channels colonial history in her beautiful, narrative works

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The Artspace Art for Life Interview with Valeria Napoleone

The Italian-born arts patron describes her most loved pieces, her advice for new collectors, and recalls the work that got away

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Matthew Patrick Smyth – The Art for Home Interview

The interior designer picks some of his favorite pieces from the Artspace archive and gives some expert advice on how to hang and present them

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John Wood and Paul Harrison – Why We Draw

The Vitamin D3-featured artists tell us how being clueless can be a good thing, that uncertainty is the only certainty, and why all politicians should …

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Matthew Patrick Smyth – Art at Home

The interior designer picks some of his favorite pieces from the Artspace archive and gives some expert advice on how to hang and present them

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Six Works for the Chinese New Year

Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Ox by getting to know some of the many great contemporary works coming out of China

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Martin Wilner – Why I Draw

The artist and psychiatrist on the link between drawing as an artist and a child, and why one of the oldest forms of expression is …

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Christina Quarles – Why I Draw

The Vitamin D3-featured artist describes the great accessibility of drawing, her childhood influences and how she knows when a picture is finished

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Nathaniel Mary Quinn – Why I Draw

This Vitamin D3-featured artist channels tough early memories into his visceral and fragmented drawings

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Mauro Giaconi – Why I Draw

At primary school the artist would exchange his drawings for homework, at college the medium pushed him to study architecture, now he prefers to construct …

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Anton Kannemeyer – Why I Draw

Drawing is about visual communication and the hardest thing to get right is to convey your message as clearly as possible,’ says the occasional comic …

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Rachel Goodyear – Why I Draw

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Pale and Interesting? No! These Works are White Hot. . .

Given the color white’s rich store of cultural associations – not only holiness, healing and hygiene, but also erasure, death and new beginnings – it’s …

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The Most Important Artists Drawing Today are in Phaidon’s Vitamin D3

New survey showcases 100 of the best contemporary artists, capturing the beautiful range of new works created in this oldest of media

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2020 Vision

From the pandemic to poetry, Black Lives Matter to AIDS activism, angels to pandas, here’s what was said – and read – on Artspace this …

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Minimuse Debuts New Consumerism Ashore Series

A walk along the beach during quarantine led to a big and colorful idea for Colby Mugrabi

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Smile! You Made it Through 2020

Laughter has been central to the cultural politics of movements including Dada, Surrealism and Situationism, and the practices of so many artists who defy categorization. …

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Spring Studios and Artspace Team up to Offer Lockdown Photography Shot at Home

During the lockdown the fashion, lifestyle, and luxury brands communications company Spring Studios, found new ways for their community to share personal experiences in photography. …

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INTERVIEW: Adam Pendleton on the Impulse to Transform and Transfigure, Why Errors Make the Image Worth Looking at and How You Should Hang his New Artspace Edition

The artist also tells us what’s on his reading list, about next year’s upcoming MoMA show, and how art has helped him through this difficult …

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The Art of Giving

To give is not merely a matter of handing over an Amazon parcel. We might give our thanks, our time, or our attention. Here are …

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Red Hot founder John Carlin Talks About AIDS, the Art World of the 80s and Reimagining David Wojnarowicz and Jenny Holzer’s Iconic Teeshirts for a New Age

30 years ago a different kind of pandemic required a different kind of response. As two well loved teeshirts are relaunched on World AIDS Day, …

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Derrick Adams Just Launched Some Very Cool Swimwear With Vilebrequin

The artist has used his Floater series of paintings on colorful trunks and totes for the brand in a statement about community, accessibility and connectivity

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The Artspace Group Show: Mothers

It’s a figure that forms us all and a role that some of us play. Small, wonder, then, that motherhood has shaped artistic output throughout …

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The Artspace Group Show: Youth

Physical beauty and emotional ardor has made youth a perennially popular subject for great artists. Here are 6 works that shine like newly made stars

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The Artspace Group Show: Winter

With its visual distinctiveness, winter has given rise to numerous great works of art. Here we bring together six contemporary pieces that take this chilliest …

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Color Coordinated

Kandinsky saw color as a power which directly influences the soul, Matisse saw it as the light that exists in the artist’s brain. Here are …

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Raise Your Eyes to The Heavens

The rising sun, banks of clouds, starlight twinkling above – visions of the sky have been a constant presence in the history of art, here …

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The Art Space Group Show: Red

It’s the color of love in our hearts and the blood in our veins, the perfection of nature and the imperfections of politics. These pulse-quickening …

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The Art of The Plant

Terrariums are on trend, the WSJ named gardening as a key look in menswear this season and we’ve never needed the green leaves of nature …

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The Artspace Group Show: The Moon

In the week that NASA announced it had found water on earth’s nearest neighbor we look at artists inspired by its inconceivable mystery

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‘Just like when we feel the urge to hold someone in our arms, art can connect people ‘ – Iman Raad

New York-based artist Iman Raad on why he’s in the Dear Beirut benefit auction

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‘The streets were straight out of an apocalypse movie’ – visual artist Tarek Moukaddem on the Beirut explosion

The Beirut-based artist tells us why the Dear Beirut auction is vital to cultural and human life in the ruined city

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Buy Art And Help Beirut Get Back On Its Feet

Denise Maroney of Dear Beirut talks about a very special auction in aid of those made homeless by the explosion

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The Artspace Group Show: The Supernatural

Rational empiricism has replaced a belief in ghouls and goblins, but as these artworks demonstrate, the notion of the supernatural still has much to teach …

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