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On the corner against the wall of windows

The work is inspired by chance meetings on the street corner, which leave a lasting memory. The work is painted using original, author’s technology, which …

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Photographs of Excited Dutch Boys Hanging on a Moving Train After the Liberation, 1945

In 1945, photographer Menno Huizinga took these photos of excited Dutch boys hanging on the door of a moving train after the Liberation from German …

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Meet Solita Cohen and Raphael Castoriano, Art-World Multi-Hyphenates and Curators of Our ‘Art of the Americas’ Sale on Artnet Auctions

The Americas are a hotbed for creativity and innovation; from the icy northern provinces of Canada to the arid plains of the United States, all …

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Now on Artnet Auctions: Meet Solita Cohen and Raphael Castoriano, Art-World Multi-Hyphenates and Curators of Our ‘Art of the Americas’ Sale

The Americas have are a hotbed for creativity and innovation; from the icy northern provinces of Canada to the arid plains of the United States, …

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Artist Repaints Dolls In A More Realistic Way

Dolls are a beloved toy out there and most kids love to play with them, although sometimes, people take their fondness for dolls into adulthood …

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A Dazzling Series of Photos Captures the Soft Glow of Firefly Mating Season in Japan

All images © Daniel Kordan, shared with permission An enchanting series by Russian photographer Daniel Kordan (previously) frames a sea of flickering fireflies as they …

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Lexus Unveils the UX Art Car 2021 “Zen Garden” by Clap Studio Valencia

An interpretation of a classical Japanese meditation garden is the winner of the second UX Art Car design competition. “Zen Garden,” by Valencia’s Clap Studio, …

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We Regret to Inform You That Grimes Just Sold $5.8 Million Worth of Her NFT Crypto Art in Less Than 20 Minutes

Canadian musician Grimes just got $5.8 million richer by selling a suite of her artworks in the form of NFTs (non-fungible tokens), the latest blockchain …

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Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Receives an Official Logo

The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone receives an official logo. It was developed by a Ukrainian creative agency, who are famous for creating the branding of Ukraine …

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A Black Design Collective Will Temporarily Obscure Architect and Nazi Sympathizer Philip Johnson’s Name From a Gallery at MoMA

A collective of artists and designers will obscure architect Philip Johnson’s name from a gallery dedicated to him at the Museum of Modern Art during the …

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Dr. Seuss Enterprises Is Discontinuing Six Books by the Beloved Children’s Author Due to Racist Imagery

Six books by beloved children’s book author Dr. Seuss are being discontinued because of racist imagery. “These books portray people in ways that are hurtful …

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Juxtapoz Shop Exclusive: Yusuke Hanai “Get Together and We Could Go Higher” Print

We are excited to announce our newest print release with Japanese painter and muralist, Yusuke Hanai. The new print, Get Together and We Could Go Higher, …

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NEVER LOOK BACK

Never look back, if you don’t go that way, here represented by a flower with a back view

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Editors’ Picks: 15 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons to a Virtual Visit With Kenny Scharf

Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health crisis, we are currently highlighting …

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

As we continue to report on the dire impact that COVID-19 has had on the arts and cultural sector, one question that frequently comes up …

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Poetic Sculptures by Valérie Hadida Cast Composed Women with Coiffed Hair in Bronze

“Seaside,” bronze, 42 x 23 x 15 centimeters. All images © Valérie Hadida, courtesy of Galry, shared with permission For Valérie Hadida, the deep, protective …

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Winston Churchill Made a Painting and Gave It to FDR. Then Angelina Jolie Got It. She Just Sold It for $11.6 Million at Christie’s

A painting by Winston Churchill from the collection of Hollywood star Angelina Jolie fetched $11.6 million at Christie’s surprisingly successful Modern British art evening sale …

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Angelina Jolie’s Winston Churchill Nets $11.6 M., Veteran Singapore Space Will Close, and More: Morning Links from March 2, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines ANGELINA JOLIE HAD A VERY GOOD DAY YESTERDAY. A 1943 Winston Churchill painting she …

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New Dimensions

Geometric shapes bend and interlock. Arcs, circles and straight lines pile up on top of each other. Shadows intersect and create deep crevices. These are …

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Art Industry News: Great, Now Mega-Collectors Are Turning Their Superyachts Into Floating Museums + 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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Fumino Ishino’s New Handmade Book “Index of Fillers”

Composed of found images of Japanese culture from the late 1980s and 1990s along with his own photographs, Index of Fillers is a recreation of …

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Fumino Ishino’s New Handmade Book “Index of Filters”

Composed of found images of Japanese culture from the late 1980s and 1990s along with his own photographs, Index of Fillers is a recreation of …

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SOMEWHERE

Don’t we all need colours in our life? This painting will brighten up every room, will make you happy even on a cloudy day! Somewhere …

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OVERJOYED

Acrylic on canvas. Really enjoyed the creative process for this painting, I changed it so many times, it was much more geometrical at the beginning, …

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Inhabitants of the abyss

The original oil painting “Inhabitants of the abyss” belongs to the “world of instincts” series. Sharks are painted in the picture. In the modern world, …

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War Paint

A woman sits facing away from us, pausing whilst in the act of applying lipstick. Painted on a professionally stretched linen canvas using the finest …

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Cut and Blow Dry

A woman stands, with her hair swept sideways by a lively wind, holding a pair of scissors. The implication is that she has given herself …

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Parklife

A woman sits on a weathered bench, captivated by what she is holding, oblivious to whatever is going on around her. Social commentary with a …

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Straw Hat

A woman sits in partial shade. The sunlight penetrates a reed roof, thereby casting shadows on everything. The straw hat has frayed edges, adding to …

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Sun Worship

A woman stands on a white sand beach, her head tilted upwards facing the sun. Painted on a fine textured, professionally stretched canvas, using Michael …

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Appropriate Headwear

A woman, naked to the elements, wears an outsized straw sun hat. A playful, partial nude study, with an uplifting twist. Painted on a fine …

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A Favourable Wind

Viewed as a pair, this and the previous work entitled “An Unfavourable Wind” depict our perception of the same thing in two differing ways, namely …

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Artist’s Block

An artist sits on her studio steps, head in hands, contemplating her work and the constant struggle, for ideas, recognition, and a basic living. This …

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Dreamlike Horizons

Judith Sayrach is a graphic designer and photographer from Barcelona. Finding inspiration when out alone in nature, she creates hazy images of solitary spaces: seascapes, …

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An Unfavourable Wind

A woman seeking a place to swim, gets caught by a gust of wind, clutching her wide-brimmed hat. Painted on a fine textured, professionally stretched …

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The Villain Never Dies: Jason Jägel Honors MF Doom

When MF Doom released Operation: Doomsday in 1999 (and the split EP with MF Grimm on Brick Records), the record’s complex significance blew my mind. …

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I Am Here Because You Were There: A Studio Visit With Esiri Erheriene-Essi

The lockdowns, quarantines, and social distancing informed so many new bodies of work that were created in the past year. For some, the pandemic triggered …

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“Sunrise” by Illustrator Evan M. Cohen

Evan Matthew Cohen (previously featured here).                                   Evan Matthew …

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Photographer Spotlight: Sergiy Barchuk

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In an Astounding New Book, a Neuroscientist Reveals the Profound Benefits Art Has on Our Health

What can art do to help us? In the midst of a global health crisis, this question becomes even more urgent. While museums remain shuttered …

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Hanif Abdurraqib in conversation with Devonté Hynes

In the premier episode of “Artists On Writers | Writers On Artists,” author Hanif Abdurraqib talks to producer/composer Devonté Hynes about their love of sports, their …

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Jackie Nickerson

Jack Shainman Gallery is pleased to present Field Test, a new body of work by Jackie Nickerson. With photographic compositions that are almost sculptural in nature, there …

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Paul Anthony Smith

Jack Shainman Gallery is pleased to present Tradewinds, a new body of work by Paul Anthony Smith and the artist’s second solo show with the gallery. Held at …

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MoMA to Temporarily Obscure Philip Johnson’s Name

After a group of well-known artists, architects, and academics in January penned a letter to New York’s Museum of Modern Art asking it to remove …

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A Wildlife Habitat Has Cancelled Judy Chicago’s Smoke Sculpture for Desert X After Environmental Activists Raised Alarms

Desert X, the open air biennial staged in California’s Coachella Valley, has run into roadblocks with another one of its projects. The Living Desert Zoo …

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Second Long-Lost Jacob Lawrence Painting Located in NYC Home

Just two weeks after a visitor to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art discovered a painting from Jacob Lawrence’s thirty-panel 1954–56 series “Struggle: From the …

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A Second Missing Jacob Lawrence Painting Turns Up on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, This One Hanging in a Nurse’s Apartment

One of the 20th century’s abiding art-historical mysteries has been the location of seven paintings in a renowned series of 30 by the painter Jacob …

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New Banksy Work Shows Man Who Resembles Oscar Wilde Scaling Down a Wall at the Old Reading Prison

Lots to digest in the new Banksy work that showed up on the side of a brick facade of Reading Prison last night. According to …

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A Retrospective of Xenia Hausner’s Cinematic, Electrically Colorful Paintings Will Open at Vienna’s Albertina Museum This s

Xenia Hausner’s vividly hued paintings have the feel of cinematic snapshots: a couple embraces in the backseat of a car; a woman holds a gun …

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Swaths of Tulle Billow from Site-Specific Installations by Ana María Hernando

All images © Ana María  Hernando, shared with permission Fueled with a sense of rebellion, yards of colorful tulle cascade from windows and down staircases …

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