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Photographer Spotlight: Kate Truisi

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I lost myself , I found you

About the greatness of nature and awareness that humanity is just a small part of nature. This image was taken in July 2021, on Mont …

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In Search of Possibilities of Hope: Arghavan Khosravi at Carl Kostyál, London

Continuing a busy year that included solo exhibitions with Rachel Uffner Gallery in NYC, M+B Gallery in LA, and Stems Gallery in Brussels, Arghavan Khosravi …

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Paradigm of Charcoal: Lee Bae @ Perrotin, Hong Kong

Perrotin Hong Kong is pleased to present Paradigm of Charcoal, a solo exhibition from Korean artist Lee Bae, based in Paris, France, and Cheongdo, South Korea. It is Lee Bae’s …

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Huntz Liu: Strata @ Thinkspace Projects, Los Angeles

Thinkspace Projects is pleased to present Huntz Liu’s latest solo show, Strata. Using his signature techniques of cutting and layering paper, Liu crafts a collection …

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Hip-Hop is Alive as Joe Conzo Curates “The Elements” with 1XRUN

The beautiful part of hip-hop culture is the how widespread it permeates through not only music, but art, photography, fashion, graffiti and folklore. Our friends …

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The Pandemic May Have Killed the Blockbuster Exhibition. Museum Veteran Chris Dercon Says That’s a Good Thing

Before taking off for his summer vacation, Chris Dercon, president of the Réunion des musées nationaux Grand Palais (RMN-Grand Palais), invited Artnet News to his …

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Old door in Bukhara

This is my first job after a trip to Bukhara. I wanted to paint the old doors so much that I photographed almost all of …

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Tomás Saraceno Convinced His New Art Gallery to Shorten Its Hours and Switch to Renewable Energy for His Debut Exhibition

For Argentine artist Tomás Saraceno, air is not light matter. It carries symbolic and sociological weight, and is a major consideration in the suspended interactive …

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Yayoi Kusama Outdoor Pumpkin Sculpture Damaged During Typhoon in Japan

One of Yayoi Kusama’s iconic pumpkin sculptures was dislodged from its base on the edge of Japan’s Naoshima Island and tossed about in the sea …

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Sotheby’s Is Suing a Miami Couple for Consigning Millions of Dollars Worth of Allegedly Fake Diego Giacometti Works

Sotheby’s is suing two Florida consignors and an auction house they own for nearly $7 million after several pieces of furniture and decorative art purported …

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ARTnews in Brief: National Gallery of Canada Receives Support For Major Initiatives—and More from August 9, 2021

Monday, August 9 National Gallery of Canada Receives Support For Major Initiatives   The National Gallery of Canada has received funding from the Royal Bank of Canada to support three …

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Francis Bacon’s Ex-Handyman Threatens Tate with Lawsuit over Donated Works

Barry Joule, Francis Bacon’s former handyman and close friend, has threatened to sue Tate over its failure to publicly display any of a trove of …

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Hung Liu, Painter of Empathic Portraits of Immigrants, Refugees, and More, Is Dead at 73

Hung Liu, an artist whose childhood in Maoist China inspired intimate explorations of identity, has died at the age of 73. In her work, Liu …

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Harvard’s Striking Engineering Complex Lands in Boston

On the edge of the Charles river, a new campus is set to rise in Boston’s Allston neighbourhood. Headed by Harvard University, the mega-project will …

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Hung Liu (1948–2021)

Hung Liu, the pathbreaking Chinese-born American painter who foregrounded the working class, immigrants, and women in haunting, incandescent portraits that mingle Chinese and Western traditions, died

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Banksy May Have Just Gone on an Art-Making Spree, With Murals and Installations Popping Up Across Five English Coast Towns

Stenciled paintings bearing the trademarks of Banksy have appeared in nearly a half dozen English coastal towns, with potential new works by the street-art legend …

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Lights and Painted Blocks of Color Intersect in a Perspective-Bending Installation by Luftwerk

All images © Luftwerk, shared with permission A deceptively trippy installation by Chicago-based duo Luftwerk (previously) immerses viewers in a distorted environment of color and …

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A Typhoon in Japan Has Swept a Famous Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin Sculpture Out to Sea

A large polka-dotted pumpkin sculpture by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama was swept out to sea today from its usual perch in a park in the southwestern …

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Reframed Moments

How do you create an original image? It’s a question that is hard to grapple with in the digital age, when 95 million photos are …

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Voice Partners with Emerging Artists to Launch a New Carbon-Neutral NFT Platform

“Don’t mind me, I’m just chasing the sun” (2021) by Ayanfe Olarinde This month, Voice is launching the first environmentally friendly NFT platform where users …

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Plans for a Public Art Show in Florida Have Been Derailed After the Mayor Accused Two of the Artists of Being Communists

The curator of a major public art show in Florida has resigned after the local mayor claimed two of the artists spoke too favorably about …

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Upcycled Railbikes Travel through California’s Ancient Redwood Groves as Pedal-Powered Designs

All images by Brendan McGuigan, © Mendocino Railway Following the same route of the long-running Skunk Train that thrums through California’s Mendocino County, a new …

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Headed to Spain for an Art-Filled Adventure? Here’s How to Spend a Luxurious Week in the Land of 1,000 Rivers

Choosing a European destination is never easy, but planning a trip to Spain—the land of 1,000 rivers, as it’s also known—is always the right choice. …

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Skye Arundhati Thomas on Danish Siddiqui (1983–2021)

THIS APRIL, Danish Siddiqui flew a drone over New Delhi’s Seemapuri neighborhood. A second wave of Covid-19 was sweeping through India, and the capital had emerged …

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Possible Banksy Works Appear in U.K., Pompeii Snack Bar to Open, and More: Morning Links for August 9, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines HAS BANKSY STRUCK AGAIN? A painting that looks like a work by …

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Art Industry News: Artists of Color Say Aspen’s Very White and Very Self-Congratulatory Art Fests Are ‘Jarring’ and ‘Gross’ + 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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Turkish tram

Trams are almost history. Each of us has a period in his life when he traveled by tram. School, institute, work … We all remember …

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Francis Bacon’s Former Handyman Has Threatened to Sue Tate Because the Works He Donated Are Sitting in Storage 

A onetime friend of Francis Bacon who donated an archive of materials from the artist’s studio to Tate has threatened to withdraw the gift because, …

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Cem Çevikayak’s Cartoons Of A Yellow Pencil And Pop Culture

According to an artist: “Hello, I’m Cem Çevikayak. I have been drawing cartoons since 2008. I participated in various national and international cartoon competitions. I …

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Japanese Artist Makes Rice Balls Of Popular Characters, Animals, Folklore That Are Too Good To Eat

Art, no matter how well-preserved, is still temporary. But that’s ok, and some artists even embrace this. This artist from Japan creates art out of …

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Spacelander was the Bicycle of the Future, 1946-1960

The Spacelander bicycle was designed by Benjamin Bowden for the 1946 exhibition Britain Can Make It. Originally known as the Classic, the streamlined design was …

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New Banksy Artworks Spotted in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft

Looks like Banksy is spending his summer holidays in the UK as a few pieces have just popped up in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. …

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“Some Things Last a Long Time” by Photographer Daniel Ribar

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Produce

60*60cm, oil on cotton stretched canvas, 2021. The artwork is signed on the back and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity. The canvas is stretched …

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Forklore: Marisa Adesman @ Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles

Anat Ebgi recently opened their first solo exhibition with Marisa Adesman, presenting a new body of paintings entitled Forklore. Featuring only one single human form …

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Radio Juxtapoz ep 074: Khruangbin is the Future Sound of Soul

When Houston, Texas-based band Khruangbin came onto the music scene over the last decade, the breath of fresh air that came along with the trio …

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Youth Rising in the UK 1981-2021

A new exhibition at Amber Film & Photography Collective brings together the work of nine photographers who have documented the young people in the UK over …

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Facing the Current: Yusuke Hanai @ BELOWGROUND, LANDMARK, Hong Kong Presented by AllRightsReserved

Following the release of “DOWN BUT NOT OUT” and “WE WILL FLY AGAIN” in 2020, acclaimed Japanese artist and Spring 2021 cover story Yusuke Hanai …

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The Turner Prize-Nominated Art Collective Cooking Sections Wants to Change the Way You Think About Food

These days, aisles of fresh groceries are a savory equivalent to all of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons concerti. No matter the time of the year, you’ll …

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Why Do Forgeries Sometimes Deceive Even the Most Venerable Experts? Because We All Want to Believe

As the author of the Egon Schiele and Grandma Moses catalogues raisonnés, I see an average of one fake a week. Most are so inept …

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‘There Is an Unseen World Behind Our World’: Artist Cai Guo-Qiang on What the Cosmos Can Reveal About Humanity

Cai Guo-Qiang is no stranger to spectacle. The Chinese artist, who is known for his explosive fireworks displays and daring experiments with gunpowder, served as …

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travel melody

In this picture, I created an atmosphere full of drama and hope for a brighter future. Musical instruments seem to have fused together and set …

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Artist Classified Pop Culture Characters By Species And Here Are What 11 Teams Look Like

According to Linda Bouderbala: “This is what inspired me to create this new series, in which I classify all these characters with their fellow creatures …

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Wide-Leg Jeans: The Weird Fashion Style of the 1990s

Wide-leg jeans, colloquially called baggy pants, are a style of clothing that were popular from the early 1990s to the mid 2000s. The quintessential brand …

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The Rimpoche

The Rimpoche Óleo sobre tela Oil on canvas 50 x 35 cm 2021

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“Between Heaven and Hell”: The Dark Digital Artworks of James Suret

James Suret is a UK based artist who specializes in creating dark and emotive artwork. Using 3D and 2D techniques to create digital sculptures and …

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“Life is Peachy”: The Superb Brightful Girly Characters by Igor Lomov

According to an artist: “Hi, I am Igor and my nickname is Blik_47. I am a certified art teacher, used to work as a graphic …

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Late summer

August. The foliage is touched by gold. trees leaning over water. humid warm air. Autumn will come soon, but I still want to enjoy the …

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Bizarre Pair of Shoes Called “Soles” Ardèche From the Late 19th Century

This footwear, called “Soles”, made in the Ardèche region of France in the 19th century. The soles are heavy duty shoes whose soles are studded …

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