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‘I Got an Illicit Thrill’: Watch Artist Brian Jungen Cut Up Nike Sneakers to Expose How Consumer Culture Exploits Native Americans

What do Nike sneakers and Native American art have in common? For Vancouver-based artist Brian Jungen, it’s clear: they’re both highly commodified. When the artist, …

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There’s a Gaming Pc Hidden Inside This Incredible Gaming Den Diorama

There’s no shortage of ingenuity and creativity when it comes to gaming PCs, but this build takes the cake in 2021 so far. It’s a …

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Iwan and Manuela Wirth Drop $8.75 Million on Richard Neutra’s Iconic Lovell Health House

Interior view of the Lovell Health House designed by Richard Neutra. After more than one and a half years on the market with an asking …

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Liste, the Beloved Satellite Fair for Emerging Talent, Lobbied Art Basel to Set Up Shop Inside the Messeplatz. The Gambit Paid Off

Like so many other major art events planned for this year, trepidation about the prospects for Liste—the long-running, highly-regarded Basel satellite fair for emerging art—began …

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A Photographer Captures a Dwindling Herd of Elephant Slides Across Taiwan

All images © Pi Cheng Hsiu, shared with permission Wander into a playground in Taiwan, and you might stumble upon an elephant in the midst …

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Art Industry News: The French Aren’t Sold on Christo’s Wrapped Arc de Triomphe (One Politico Called It a ‘Garbage Bag’) + 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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“FOAMY SEA” diptych blue set sea waves foam sand. The Sea Waves & Stihl

Diptych, set of 2 paintings, each painting is 40*40*1,6 cm(unframed) The price is for the 2 paintings together. Ready to hang. The artwork is written …

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Wrapped Arc de Triomphe Draws Criticism, Art Institute of Chicago Staffers Organize, and More: Morning Links for September 23, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE MOMENT HAS ARRIVED. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris has been wrapped, as …

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Artist Spotlight: Kohshin Finley

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“Isolation Windows” by Artist Catherine Knight

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Photographer Spotlight: Carmen Colombo

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Pomegranate

fruit red-blue pomegranate, conveys the feeling of a sunny summer,

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Prima

My amazing picture, I painted it today and I am pleased that the portrait of this woman turned out the way I wanted, when the …

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Cristina BanBan’s Elegant “Melancolía” @ Perrotin, Shanghai

When I spoke with Cristina BanBan this past summer, I was struck by something she said. ” I can only say that my work reflects what …

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Midnight: Jingze Du @ Steve Turner, Los Angeles

Steve Turner is pleased to present Midnight, a solo exhibition of recent paintings by Dublin-based Jingze Du that were inspired by art, fashion, film, urban life, …

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Deborah Roberts: O’ Say Can’t You See @ Vielmetter Los Angeles

Vielmetter Los Angeles is thrilled to announce O’ Say Can’t You See, Deborah Roberts’ second solo exhibition at the gallery. Roberts’ work is on view until …

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Radical Beauty: Mask, Veils & Headgear: Pamela Joseph @ Michael Warren Contemporary, Denver

A clown’s sad greasepaint and a wicked witch’s gaunt green, shadowed face are intriguing classics. Why so sad, why so angry? Miss America’s tiara framed, …

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Real Lives

In a photograph (possibly) taken by Claude Cahun in 1936, the artist Sheila Legge appears as a “Surrealist phantom” in Trafalgar Square, her head encased …

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Door in an old house.

Why am I painting old windows and doors? There is something alluring about this … They make me stop and start looking at every crack. …

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Amanda Banker

Kouri + Corrao Gallery is thrilled to present Amanda Banker’s first solo exhibition “Saturday Morning Still Life”, on view from October 8 to November 19, …

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Dawn over the lake

Dawn over the lake

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David Velasco in conversation with Jack Pierson

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The 10 Best Booths at Art Basel in Basel 2021

Exterior view of Art Basel, Basel, 2021. © Art Basel. Courtesy of Art Basel. With its 2020 edition held only online, and its 2021 edition …

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Diane Arbus

How are we meant to look at what we were never meant to see? This is the unavoidable question raised by “DARK ROOM,” a surprising …

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Jean-Michel Basquiat Inscribed a Cocktail Book for His Favorite Bartender Before He Died. See His Personal Sketches Inside

In the mid-1980s, a young Jean-Michel Basquiat, struggling with addiction, rented a studio from Andy Warhol at 57 Great Jones Street. The bar across the …

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The other side 3

I don’t know why I keep believing That one day they’ll bring us together When they’ve shown, in more ways than one That all they …

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Enìyàn (Human) 3

Eniyan is what we call human in my dialect Which means (created to make choices) The choices we make in life determine who we become …

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Purpose of existence 4

People believe money is power in my society – because the leaders steal money to oppress and suffer the poor. But I realize the opposite …

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State of mind 3

Our mindsets dictate our product and output. The mind presides over our endeavors The Power of mindsets should be trained and nurtured towards achieving the …

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Jakob Rowlinson

Jakob Rowlinson’s exhibition “Visions of a Whispered Past” transports viewers to a bucolic setting with two statement walls in shades of fern and forest green …

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Anish Kapoor Asks $26 Million for one of Central London’s Largest Homes

Mumbai-born British-Indian artist Sir Anish Kapoor—after a short stint in Israel where he studied electrical engineering, he moved to London in 1973 to study art and …

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A Heartening Documentary Follows the Community Harvesting Ice in Minnesota’s North Woods

 Each winter in Ely, Minnesota, a crew treks out onto a frozen lake to cut hefty blocks of ice from its surface. They haul …

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Cameron Clayborn and Hana Miletić Win 2021 Baloise Art Prize

American sculptor Cameron Clayborn and Croatian textile artist Hana Miletić have been awarded the twenty-second Baloise Art Prize. The CHF 30,000 ($32,500) award is presented …

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Mariam Ghani on Afghanistan’s unfinished histories

Our conversation began as a requiem for Afghanistan—its violent unwinding corresponds horrifically with the name of Mariam Ghani’s film. What We Left Unfinished (2019) is a feature-length documentary

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After Nearly a Decade of Planning, the Academy Museum of Moving Pictures Is Ready for Its Close Up—and It’s Not Hiding Its Flaws

During the press conference for the soon-to-open Academy Museum of Moving Pictures in Los Angeles, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano had one request. “Please,” …

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Blanton Museum Names Collector Suzanne McFayden as Board Chair

Collector and patron Suzanne McFayden will serve as the next board chair of the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin. …

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Brancusi’s ‘Kiss’ Sculpture Won’t Be Removed from Paris Cemetery, French Court Rules

A decades-spanning legal battle over a Constantin Brancusi sculpture that has long been a beloved fixture of Paris’s Montparnasse Cemetery has ended in a win …

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Chicago Architecture Biennial: A Meaningful (and Colourful) Engagement with the City

Biennials have a notoriously hard time connecting with members of the general public. Their high-minded exhibitions on the state of architecture and design, held in …

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Ripe bunches

Warm autumn this year gave a lot of impressions and emotions. Admiring the surrounding nature, you can endlessly explore color and shape. The picture is …

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Seena Hodges Named Board President of Walker Art Center

The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, has announced the election of Seena Hodges as president of its board of trustees. Hodges is the first African American …

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“Water”

One of the closest galleries to the Port of Beirut, Marfa’ Projects was gutted in the August 4 blast last year. Gallerist Joumana Asseily rebuilt …

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The road ahead

I caught this moment on the route to Omu Peak in the Bucegi Mountains in Romania. I compared this road “The road ahead” with the …

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Tom Anholt

In “Artificial Light,” Tom Anholt showcases paintings and works on paper exploring the experience of solitude with sensitivity and radiance. The works on canvas are …

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Blue melody

This small and stylish oil painting on special paper is a sketch of my new large painting, in which I conveyed the pure sound of …

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Picasso’s Daughter Is Donating Nine Artworks by Her Father to a Paris Museum to Settle a Tax Bill

The collection of Paris’s Picasso Museum, the world’s largest trove of works by the Spanish artist, is about to get even bigger. The late artist’s …

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As It Expands the Canon, Dia Art Foundation Names Jordan Carter Curator

The Dia Art Foundation, a New York–based organization known for its prized collection of Minimalist and Conceptual art, has named Jordan Carter as its new …

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Building Bound to the Ground: A 1,400-Page Book Surveys Centuries of Global Architecture Embedded in the Earth

Friendship Centre, Gaibandha, Bangladesh, RBANA, 2011, © Iwan Baan. All images courtesy of Taschen, shared with permission Despite being physically secured to the ground, much …

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“Art of The Doodler”: Fyodor Dostoevsky Draws In His Manuscripts

More than 200 sheets of Russian writer Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky’s notebooks and manuscripts contain drawings, among them mainly portraits, sketches of Gothic windows and arches, …

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‘This Is My Swan Song’: After a Brush With Death, Tracey Emin Has Returned to Her Hometown to Build a Museum and Write Her Legacy

Tracey Emin was talking to me from her bed. I was also in bed, but I didn’t tell her this, because I didn’t have a …

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