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UK Government Announces New Legislation Protecting Historic Monuments

The UK government has announced new legislation meant to protect the country’s historic monuments. If the bill passes Parliament, anyone wishing to remove a historic …

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How Female Artists Are Subverting Mainstream Portrayals of Women

Patty Chang, still from Untitled (Eels), 2001. © Patty Chang. Courtesy of the artist and Pérez Art Museum Miami. The late 1960s and 1970s saw …

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Ethereal Still Life

Throughout the pandemic, Cornelia Parker (b. 1956) has been working on a new body of work. Titled called Through a Glass Darkly, it draws on early …

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black&white whirlwind

This sculpture is made in an abstract style. The composition of the sculpture is dynamically directed upwards. The inner plane of the sculpture is painted …

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UK Galleries Will Benefit From a Court Ruling Forcing Insurers to Pay Businesses for Losses Incurred During Lockdown

Art galleries are among the hundreds of thousands of UK businesses that are celebrating after the country’s highest court ruled that insurers must pay out …

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The Complete Guide to 2021 Artist Grants & Opportunities

The Complete Guide to 2021 Artist Grants & Opportunities Across the world, arts organizations continue to adapt to …

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Gerald Lovell “all that I have” @ P.P.O.W. Gallery, NYC

P.P.O.W. is pleased to present all that I have, Gerald Lovell’s first solo exhibition in New York City. Garnering immediate recognition for his candid approach and …

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“From the Volcano to the Sea. The Feminist Group Le Nemesiache in 1970s and 1980s Naples”

This display of archival material from the Italian feminist collective Le Nemesiache, curated by Giulia Damiani with the support of Sara Giannini and Arnisa Zeqo, …

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Trump’s Arts Record, Oval Office Replicas, a Museum Vaccination Site, and More: Morning Links from January 18, 2020

The Headlines WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP SET TO LEAVE OFFICE IN ABOUT 48 HOURS, reporter Graham Bowley revisited the president’s repeated proposals to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for …

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Brooklyn Museum to Host Controversial Nick Cave Artwork

Nick Cave’s Truth Be Told, 2020, a massive text work currently on display on the exterior of the School, an outpost of Jack Shainman Gallery, …

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This Is For Real! Sahara Desert Is Witnessing Snow

Bav Media A photographer has captured images of camels after a snowfall in the Tabuk region in northwestern Saudi Arabia. The area – which is …

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The UK Government Plans to Make It Harder to Remove Public Monuments to Controversial Figures, With One Minister Referring to Protestors as ‘Baying Mobs’

The UK government could make it more difficult for local authorities to take down public monuments to controversial historical figures. A UK minister announced the …

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Gerald Lovell

P·P·O·W is pleased to present “all that I have,” Gerald Lovell’s first solo exhibition in New York City. Lovell began painting at the age of twenty-two, garnering …

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Editors’ Picks: 17 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a New Deitch-Gagosian Collaboration to a Look at the US Presidency

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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One of Italy’s Leading Contemporary Art Museums Will Be Transformed Into a Vaccination Center

The Castello di Rivoli has offered up its galleries to help the vaccination effort in Italy. The Turin museum will be the first cultural venue …

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Look

Quiet, Clean, Infinite…

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Art Industry News: Artists Create Powerful Digital Tributes to Martin Luther King Jr. for the Billboard of a Brooklyn Institution + 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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Radio Juxtapoz, ep 062: Thinkspace Projects’ Andrew Hosner is Going Big and Building a New Art Universe

We are back with a new season and new year of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast! And while we were at it, we wanted to talk …

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The Museum of London Has Acquired That Giant ‘Trump Baby’ Balloon for Its Collection of Protest Art

Ahead of the inauguration of the US president-elect Joe Biden this week, the Museum of London has acquired a large balloon depicting an unflattering caricature …

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“Federal Triangle” by Photographer Mike Osborne

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Aurora James and Brother Vellies: Primed for the Pledge

Maybe she was born for the role, but the founder of Brother Vellies and the 15 Percent Pledge is named Aurora, the mythical goddess who …

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Cherry Log Road: Danica Lundy Candid Look at Growing Up @ Super Dakota, Brussels

“You hit 16 and bam, ou do whatever you can to get your hands on a puttering hunk of hand-me-down metal to just get you …

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How Working Artists Survive Rejection

Rejection is an important part of being an artist – or any creative field actually. So it’s something that you need to learn how to …

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What I Buy & Why: St. Louis Collector Susan Barrett on Her Most Gratifying Purchase and Why Amy Sherald Is ‘the Holy Grail’

Like many of us, collector Susan Barrett has had a lot of time on her hands this past year. Deprived of the usual circuit of …

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The Gray Market: Why Silicon Valley Is Not Going to Be Able to Save In-Person Art Fairs in 2021 (and Other Insights)

Every Monday morning, Artnet News brings you The Gray Market. The column decodes important stories from the previous week—and offers unparalleled insight into the inner …

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Painter Mernet Larsen Turns Space and Reality on Their Heads—See Images From Her Topsy-Turvey Show at James Cohan Here

“Mernet Larsen” at James Cohan Gallery through January 23, 2021 What the gallery says: “For over six decades, Mernet Larsen has created narrative paintings depicting hard-edged, …

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The Capitol Rioter Dressed Up as a Native American Is Part of a Long Cultural History of ‘Playing Indian.’ We Ignore It at Our Peril

Of all the images to emerge from the white supremacist invasion of the US Capitol building, there is one that epitomizes this contradictory moment: Jacob …

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Olaf Breuning

Olaf Breuning presents “RAIN,” an exhibition of colorful new woodcut landscape paintings and carved stone sculptures that draw upon the natural world to consider the …

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Douglas Melini

Miles McEnery Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of Douglas Melini. A solo exhibition will open in Fall 2021. Melini’s hard-edged abstract paintings use …

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Tara Donovan

Pace Gallery is pleased to present “Intermediaries,” a solo exhibition bringing together discrete yet interrelated bodies of work created by Tara Donovan throughout 2019 and …

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“Olaf Breuning: RAIN” 2020-21 Exhibition

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El Velador

De la serie “Reversible”. Inspirado en la mujer y sus relaciones sociales.

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Descolladas

De la serie “Memorias para un Presente”. Inspirada en la mujer y sus relaciones sociales

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Ariadna princesse de mon coeur

Ariadna princesse de mon coeur,one Beautiful Abstract Portrait of my collection 2020.

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ХХ

Sculpture “XX” is made in an abstract style. The dynamic spiral assembly is directed upwards. The name of the sculpture “XX” reflects the female chromosome. …

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Hipnotizado

De la serie “Reversible”. Inspirada en los estados de la mente de desconexión e inconciencia de la realidad.

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La Caricia

De la serie ” Reversible”. Inspirada en las muestras de afecto entre las relaciones sociales.

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Frozen Caveman Sculpture Compared To Monolith Appears In Minneapolis

Zach Schumack Move over monoliths, there is a new surprise rectangle popping up in the frozen tundra of Minnesota. What appears to be a frozen …

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The truth will come

Here is one of the reviews of an art lover who came to my studio. “In the picture, I see a modern girl who will …

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This Elaborately Armored Samurai Was Folded From A Single Sheet of Paper

All images © Juho Könkkölä, shared with permission Juho Könkkölä spent upwards of 50 hours scoring and folding just one sheet of Wenzhou rice paper …

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Secretaria con Sombrero

De la serie “Reversible”. Inspirada en los estereotipos.

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Pier Paolo Calzolari

In the midst of the pandemic, with museums closed and private spaces operating with reduced hours or by appointment, gallerist Sara Zanin has transformed an …

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Amazing Rare Photographs of The Romanovs’ Final Ball In Color, St Petersburg, Russia 1903

The last emperor of Russia Nicolas II dressed in the golden brocade of 17th-century Russian tsar Alexey Mikhailovich, standng with Empress Alexandra Fedorovna. All the …

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Inspired by Space 1999, a Miniature Volkswagen Space Transporter

Alvis Pi, a Space 1999 fan, created this model, the Volkswagen Space Transporter, mixing an Eagle with a Volkswagen van, the end result is fantastic. …

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Metamorphosis III

Jazz up your walls and bring life to your space with Bold and Psychedelic Pop Art from Erik Brede Photography. Erik Brede – All rights …

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“When God Comes Back”: Dark Brutal Macabre Illustrations by Ash Thorp

Ash Thorp is a graphic designer, illustrator, artist, and creative director for a multitude of media, including feature films, commercial enterprises, and print. With an …

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Japanese Artist Colors Anime-Inspired Paper Cutouts With Real-World Environments

Japanese artist Kotetsu blends illustration photography and kirie (Japanese traditional paper cutting) to create beautiful works of art that bring anime heroines into the real …

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Bone Church of Rome: Amazing Vintage Photos Show Inside Rome’s Capuchin Crypt From the Late 19th Century

Popularly known as the Capuchin Crypt, the ossuary displays the bones of over 3,700 Capuchin friars, who died between 1528 and 1870. It is ornately …

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Buscadores de Tesoros

Obra perteneciente a la serie “Transporte Público”. Inspirada en el estilo de vida de ciudad contemporánea

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New York Mayoral Candidate Andrew Yang Has a Plan to Boost the City’s Art Community: Subsidize TikTok Hype Houses

This week, Andrew Yang formally announced his candidacy for New York City mayor. And he did so with a splash, tapping Darren Aronofsky—a Hollywood director …

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