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Roger and Vicki Sant’s Joan Mitchell Heads to Christie’s, ruangrupa Reflects on Documenta 15, and NBA Players’ Tattoos Are Part of a Fair-Use Lawsuit

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines HEADING TO AUCTION. Melanie Gerlis at the Financial Times reports on two forthcoming sales. First, …

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Artists’ Estates, Museums, and Platforms are Cashing In By Minting Traditional Artists’ Work into NFTs

This past Valentine’s Day, as the booming NFT market suffered an unexpected dip that proved to be an omen for this summer’s “crypto winter,” Vienna’s …

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BEYOND THE STREETS Opens CONTROL Gallery in Los Angeles with “Post Graffiti”

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Artist Spotlight: Alexandra Smith

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Artist Spotlight: Lola Dupre

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Lady Pink @ MASS MOCA

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Naima Green: I Keep Missing My Water

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‘Risks Come With the Concept’: Documenta 15’s Curators Reflect on a Controversial, History-Making Show

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The Singer Seal Is a Photographer Too, and He Just Designed a Custom Leica Camera to Accompany a Show of His Pictures in L.A.

The camera comes with a Rag & Bone scarf and a strap featuring “Kiss from a Rose” lyrics on it. The post The Singer Seal …

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See How a Colombian Collector Turned Pablo Escobar’s Former Mexican Hideout Into an Art-Filled Hotel

Lio Malca’s vast collection is spread across his homes, a hotel and a foundation in Spain. The post See How a Colombian Collector Turned Pablo …

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‘Beyond the Visible,’ a Documentary Illuminating the Life and Work of Hilma af Klint, Is Free to Stream

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Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Delays Opening to 2025

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A Berlin Museum’s Interactive ‘Nosferatu’ Show Will Give Visitors the Chance to Donate Blood on Site

The show celebrates the 100th anniversary of the legendary German silent film. The post A Berlin Museum’s Interactive ‘Nosferatu’ Show Will Give Visitors the Chance …

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10 Women Artists Shattering Expectations of Feminist Art

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The disappearing architecture of Jean Welz

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Graffiti Art Gets a Permanent Home in L.A. With the Opening of Beyond the Streets Gallery

The first show is a celebration of graffiti and its transition from the streets to the gallery. The post Graffiti Art Gets a Permanent Home …

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Agnieszka Gratza at LIAF and the 2022 Bergen Assembly

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Los Angeles’s Lucas Museum Delays Opening To 2025 Due to Supply Chain Issues

The forthcoming Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles announced on Tuesday that construction plans for its museum campus has been delayed from to …

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Social-Media Star ‘Jerry Gogosian’ Curated a Sotheby’s Sale Based Entirely on Instagram’s Algorithmic Suggestions

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Photos by Noritaka Minami Document the Famed Nakagin Capsule Tower Prior to Demolition

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The Opening of George Lucas’s Narrative Art Museum Has Been Delayed Again, But It’s Collection Continues to Grow

The museum’s 2022 acquisitions include contemporary works by Chitra Ganesh, Laura Aguilar, and Jaime Hernandez. The post The Opening of George Lucas’s Narrative Art Museum …

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‘It’s About Me as a Blind Person and Painter’: How Artist Manuel Solano Conjures Vivid Canvasses From Memory

The works are filled with memories from the artist’s childhood growing up in Mexico. The post ‘It’s About Me as a Blind Person and Painter’: …

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Prado to Search Its Collection for Works That May Have Been Seized During the Spanish Civil War

The Prado Museum, one of Spain’s top art institutions, said it would investigate its holdings to find works that may have been seized during the …

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A Palestinian Farmer Was Planting an Olive Tree, and Accidentally Unearthed an Extraordinary Byzantine Tile Floor

The mosaic may be just the first in a whole series of discoveries at the site. The post A Palestinian Farmer Was Planting an Olive …

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Senga Nengudi Wins $100,000 Nasher Prize for Sculpture

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2023 Gwangju Biennale Names Initial Artist List, Including Latifa Echakhch, Christine Sun Kim, Guadalupe Maravilla, and More

Ahead of its opening next April, the 2023 Gwangju Biennale has named the initial 58 artists (of an estimated 80 total) that are set to …

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STANCE x DJ JAVIER Collection

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Groundbreaking Artist Senga Nengudi Wins $100,000 Nasher Prize

The 2023 Nasher Prize, presented by the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, will go to Senga Nengudi, an artist whose influential five-decade career has undergone …

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Bard College to Reinstall Keith Haring Wall Work That Sat for Years in Professor’s Office

After receiving $3.2 million donation, Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, will reinstall a wall work that Keith Haring made there more than 40 years …

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“I Want to Create Values That Are Perceptible” – A Conversation with Sameep Padora

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Folkloric Portraits in Acrylic by Artist Paul Lewin Envision an Afrofuturistic World

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Art Industry News: Jonathan Jones Penned a Rave Review of Brad Pitt’s Art Debut Without Actually Seeing It + Other Stories

Plus, the Lucas Museum’s opening is pushed back to 2025 and Almine Rech plans a 10,000-square-foot Tribeca gallery. The post Art Industry News: Jonathan Jones …

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Open for Proposals: Changing Rooms Prize 2022

In 2021, over 10,000 chain store branches disappeared from Britain’s high streets – with major retail giants, including Topshop and Debenhams, closing their doors. As …

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Lucas Museum Delays Opening, Brussels Psychiatrists Offer ‘Museum Prescriptions,’ and More: Morning Links for September 21, 2022

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines UNDER CONSTRUCTION. The opening for the long-awaited Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los …

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An Interview with Shane Lavalette of Assembly

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Art Escapes

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Common Place: Scott Rossi’s Visual Meditation on Central Park

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Besides: A Studio Visit with Emilio Villalba in San Francisco

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Bathing: A Solo Exhibition by Drew Bennett

Chandran Gallery in San Francisco is pleased to present Bathing, a solo show of new paintings on wood by Oakland, California based artist, Drew Bennett. …

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Princess Diana’s Custom Ford Escort Sold For a Startling $823,000 at Auction

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Princess Diana’s Custom Car Sold For a Startling $823,000 at Auction

The 1985 Ford Escort is a remarkably ordinary vehicle—though it has its custom features. The post Princess Diana’s Custom Car Sold For a Startling $823,000 …

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David Velasco speaks with Arthur Jafa about “Live Evil” at LUMA Arles

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Feeding the Hungry | Nonprofit Report

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Valerie Maynard, Artist Who Explored the Complexities of Identity, Dies at 85

Valerie Maynard, a sculptor and printmaker whose works ambitiously sought to chronicle the nuances of the Black experience, has died at 85. Her death was …

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How Online Art Platforms Are Helping Emerging Artists of Color Navigate the Market

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An Artist Has Transformed ‘One Piece,’ the World’s Most Popular Manga, Into an Epic Book That’s Impossible to Read

It’s the world’s longest book. It’s also a conceptual art comment on fame and internet culture. The post An Artist Has Transformed ‘One Piece,’ the …

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At This Year’s Russian-Only Cosmoscow Fair, Artistic Statements Are Subtle—But the Anxiety Is Not

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We Want to Hear From You! Take Colossal’s 2022 Reader Survey

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Artist Kahlil Robert Irving Filed a Human Rights Complaint Against a New York Hotel After It Allegedly Accused Him of Squatting

Two white employees broke into the artist’s hotel room and demanded that he leave.  The post Artist Kahlil Robert Irving Filed a Human Rights Complaint …

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Whitney Curator David Breslin Will Lead the Met’s Modern and Contemporary Art Department Ahead of a Major Expansion

Breslin co-curated the 2022 Whitney Biennial. The post Whitney Curator David Breslin Will Lead the Met’s Modern and Contemporary Art Department Ahead of a Major …

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