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Douglas Huebler, Sherrie Levine, Walid Raad

“No More Than Three Other Times” brings together three generations of conceptual artists whose work explores the slippage between image and text, or image and …

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A Family of Burrowing Rabbits Accidentally Unearthed Ancient Pottery and Stone Age Tools on a Welsh Island

Just in time for Easter, a family of rabbits—you heard that right—has assisted in a major archaeological discovery on Skokholm Island in Wales. The Welsh …

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‘It’s a Strength’: Watch Artist Barbara Kasten Explain Why Beautiful Art Isn’t as Powerless as She Once Thought

Can an artwork be too beautiful? That’s the question that prompted artist Barbara Kasten to abandon a series of experimental photographs she made early in her …

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A Devastating Fire Broke Out in a Brazilian Storage Unit Housing Thousands of Artworks From the Country’s Top Galleries

A fire erupted at an art storage facility used by Brazilian galleries last week in Taboão da Serra, a city outside of São Paulo. Top …

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This French Daycare Centre Will Melt Your Heart

“From the first sketches and virtual photography to the construction, our job has only one objective: to leave the control to two-year-old children.” So write …

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Princess tears

Princess tears,lagrimas de princesa…ella tiene todo o casi todo,ella vive en un mundo de costumbres,de obligaciones,de compromisos,posee belleza mas no una verdadera felicidad,la felicidad de …

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Looking to Expand Digital and NFT Offerings, Pace Gallery Hires Its First Online Sales Director

With an eye toward the fast-growing digital art market, Pace Gallery, which has nine locations on three continents, has made a substantial new hire, appointing …

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Supporting Hispanic/Latino Owned Businesses and its Leaders | Nonprofit Report

Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on supporting Hispanic/Latino owned businesses and its leaders during the pandemic with Laura Murillo, President & CEO of the Houston …

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The City of Venice Vows to Build a New Port for Giant Cruise Ships to Get Them Out of Its Historic Canal Once and for All

When it comes to historic Venice, the ship may have finally sailed—and that’s good news for preservationists. The Italian government issued a ruling on Wednesday …

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SAME PLACE NEXT YEAR

Many different layers of paint that meet and mix on the canvas creating different contrasts. I really enjoyed using very bright colours, and then adding …

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How the New Director of a Prestigious Asian Art History Program Collaborated With Museums to Keep Object-Based Learning Alive

How do you study an object that you can’t see in person? It’s a conundrum art historians have faced this past year, and one that’s …

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ART021 Co-Founder and Collector David Chau Picks His Favorite Artworks From Our Contemporary Asian Art Sale on Artnet Auctions

From stamps and coins to comic books and sports cards, David Chau began collecting at a young age—and he hasn’t been able to get enough …

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Antonio Caro (1950–2021)

Antonio Caro, who was known as the father of Conceptualism in Colombia for his works placing iconic logos in the service of political and social …

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Art of Bug (mini 9)

Series “Art of Bug (mini)” I am concatenating three symbols: – Ikat ornament (my identity), – the glitch effect (which I compare to social change), …

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Wolseley-Vickers “Wheel-Cum-Track” Car, 1926

If you’ve ever gotten a car stuck in the mud, snow, or any other kind of slippery surface, then you have an idea of how …

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April 2021 Opportunities: Grants & Open Calls for Artists

Han Cao © 2021 Every month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you’d …

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David Cristóbal Lozano

Using pencil graphite as a unique technique, I always try to create in a personal style. I started to draw because I was very attracted …

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Artists Stage Sit-Ins to Protest South Africa’s Mismanagement of Pandemic Aid and ‘Disappeared’ Funds for the Culture Sector

South Africa’s culture ministry is facing anger from the public for ineffectively supporting the arts during lockdown. Artists’ complaints reached a fever pitch at the …

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#FleshEmoji: Enthusiasts Fed Emojis Into a Neural Net and Made Them Human, Creepy Results Will Be Sold as NFTs

#FleshEmoji is the inaugural NFT project from the art collective ArtEveryDay. Each artwork is based on the Unicode emoji faces, with each one being fed …

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Nazi-Looted Poussin Painting Found in Italy, Returned to Owners

A painting by Nicolas Poussin, looted from its Jewish owners in France by the Nazis during occupation, has been discovered in Italy. The work, titled …

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“Broken Promises”: 80s Anime Aesthetic in Artworks by Ana Aleksov

Anime emerged when Japanese filmmakers discovered and began to use American, German, French and Russian animation strategies within the first 1900s. The preliminary consultant of …

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10 Questions with Skinder Hundal

The Future Now Symposium is an exploration of 21st century culture through the mechanism of art, running 28 April – 1 May. This multidisciplinary four-day virtual …

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New York’s Closely Watched Artists Space Hires MoMA Curator

As part of its continued growth since moving to a new location in Tribeca at the end of 2019, the New York–based nonprofit Artists Space …

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Danielle A. Jackson Joins Artists Space as Curator

Artists Space, a long-running New York nonprofit gallery dedicated to elevating the work of emerging artists, has announced that Danielle A. Jackson will be joining …

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For April Fool’s Day, Here Are 12 Art News Stories From the Past Year That Sound Like Jokes But Are Actually Real

Today’s April 1, which means April Fool’s Day, of course. As everyone knows, the last 12 months have been a particularly wild ride in the …

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Spanish Hairdresser Develops a Digital Printing Technique on Hair

The Barcelona-based stylist and hairdresser Alexis Ferrer presents an amazing printing technique developed with the studio X-presion Creativos that offers a new look to your …

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The Creative Impact of COVID-19 on Intentionally Marginalized Artists and Creative Workers

In the initial days of the pandemic, I—like many of you, I’m sure—imagined that I’d have so much more time to create. As a writer, …

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Art Industry News: DC’s Portrait Gallery Will Unveil a Placeholder Trump Portrait While the Fancy Real One Gets Cooked Up + 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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“Tubeland”: Artist Yi Chul Hee Ceates Amazing and Innovative Pipe Sculptures

Korean artist Yi Chul Hee makes astounding, imaginative sculptures out out of stacked layers of pipes. Carefully shaped hollow tubes are the foundation of surprising …

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KEVIN COSTNER

An original graphite pencil drawing of famous actor, Kevin Costner. Drawn on high quality paper (size: 30 x 42 cm). The artwork is mounted and …

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Cherry blossom in New York

Cherry blossom in New York oil painting in a single copy on canvas without a frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high-quality …

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A Japanese Artist Created a Minimalist Campaign for Sony PlayStation

Japanese artist Cokohore11 transposes PlayStation’s codes into real life. It’s not an official campaign, but it’s very clean. Unfortunately, there is no information about the …

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Rejection

Sometimes I use fruits like cherries to embody human behaviour or feelings. In this painting the cherry on the left seems to turn its back …

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Green corals

A series of sculptures “Ecological underwater world” ​ In this series of sculptures, I depict the underwater world that I saw with my own eyes …

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“Chinese Food” by Photographer Carmen Chan

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Headline Speakers:Future Now 2021

The Aesthetica Future Now Symposium returns for a virtual edition in 2021. This four-day event brings together key institutions, galleries, publications and artists for live- …

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New York’s Mayoral Race Is in Full Swing. We Asked Each Candidate How They Plan to Support Arts and Culture

New York City is heading into one of its most consequential elections in decades. And the pool of mayoral candidates, which once seemed impossibly large, …

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The Cooper Union Says It Is on Track to Restore Tuition-Free Education by 2029, Despite Pandemic-Related Setbacks

The Cooper Union, home to a storied and once tuition-free art school in New York, is on track to restore its original mission to make education …

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Adam Curtis

Adam Curtis is a British documentary filmmaker and a journalist at the BBC. His most recent film, the six-part Can’t Get You Out of My …

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PROJECT: WICKERHAM & LOMAX

> If it is a human thing to do to put something you want, because it’s useful, edible, or beautiful, into a bag, or a …

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Jonathan Horowitz

In 1942 Ben Shahn, employed by the United States Office of War Information to create propaganda in support of the Allied cause, borrowed imagery from …

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David Rimanelli on Jack Pierson’s Silver Jackie, 1991

JACK PIERSON’S SILVER JACKIE looks like nothing much: a rickety little postage stamp of a stage, just a raised platform made by the artist himself, …

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Julia Pelta Feldman on the limits of accessibility

IN AN INTERVIEW with the Sundance Institute’s Adam Piron this past November, filmmaker and video artist Sky Hopinka discussed the freedom he has found in …

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Tourmaline

A debut solo show is typically a watershed moment for an artist. But for Tourmaline, it was more of an object lesson in self-understanding, underscored …

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Karen Archey on the art of Evelyn Taocheng Wang

THERE IS NO ONE THING that we could call the “immigrant experience,” but certainly everyone who has immigrated is familiar with how mundane misunderstandings can …

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Taipei Biennial

Right away, the latest edition of the Taipei Biennial announced itself as a thesis exhibition with its pseudo-provocative title: “You and I Don’t Live on …

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Mira Schor

Perhaps you know of Mira Schor as an alumna of the legendary “Womanhouse” exhibition of 1972, a coeditor of the journal M/E/A/N/I/N/G (1986–96, 2002–16), and …

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Ralph Hotere

“Ātete (to resist),” the first posthumous retrospective of one of New Zealand’s most significant modern artists, Ralph Hotere (1931–2013)—which after closing in Dunedin is now …

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Sohrab Hura

Images bombarded the retina in quick succession in Sohrab Hura’s furiously fast-paced single-channel video The Lost Head & The Bird, 2016–19. A live performance by …

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“The Forgotten Exhibition and a Reading of Four Chilean Artists”

Curated by Mariana Marchesi and Sebastián Vidal Valenzuela, “La exposición olvidada y una lectura a cuatro artistas chilenos” (The Forgotten Exhibition and a Reading of …

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