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Martine Syms, Sondra Perry, and More Shortlisted for Rolls-Royce Commission

Rolls-Royce’s art program, Muse, has named the four artists shortlisted for its first-ever Moving-Image Dream Commission, a biennial prize “awarded to inspire greatness and foster …

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Actress Amber Heard and Artist Marilyn Minter Have Made a Provocative Election Ad in Defense of Reproductive Rights—See It Here

In an effort to encourage women to vote in the forthcoming presidential election, feminist artist Marilyn Minter has released a new video starring actress Amber …

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The Scariest Halloween Pumpkins Ever Carved

From a dying phone battery to the haunting student loans, these Halloween pumpkin carvings etch deep into the human existence. These jack-o’-lantern faces remind us …

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Mermaid Tails, Haunted Snow Globes, and the Myth of the American Dream: The Distinct Millennial-Defining Art of Olivia Erlanger

Three years ago, artist Olivia Erlanger rescued actress Aubrey Plaza from a group of weed-growing nuns in the dusty heart of California.  Erlanger was at …

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Curator Nato Thompson’s Alternative Art School Is Kicking Off Classes With A-List Artist Instructors for a Fraction of the Price of an MFA

Want to study under artists Trevor Paglen, Mel Chin, and Janine Antoni? Consider enrolling in the Alternative Art School, a new online art education program launching this week …

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Head in the clouds

Head in the clouds, 2018 Limited Edition of Printed on Permajet Portfolio Matt Paper

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Paradise City

Nearly 50 years ago, Belgian photographer Sébastien Cuvelier’s (b. 1975) late uncle journeyed to Persepolis in Iran. He recorded his trip in a manuscript full …

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Origami

Origami, 2020 Limited Edition of 3 Printed on Permajet portfolio Matt Paper

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A New Book Compiles Photos of Idiosyncratic, Quirky Destinations that Look Just Like Wes Anderson Films

All images © Wally Koval, shared with permission Devotees of Wes Anderson’s films can spot the pastel architecture and simple signage synonymous with the American …

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New Banksy Hula Hoop Girl Mural Unveiled on Side of Nottingham Beauty Salon

Carl Recine/Reuters Banksy has posted a picture of a mural of a girl hula-hooping on social media, ending speculation over whether he was behind the …

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Mirada fractal

Edición limitada de 100 copias A raíz del estudio de la traslucidez de la resina y utilizando una multicaptura milimétrica y retroiluminada de pequeñas porciones …

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Art Industry News: An Actor Best Known for Playing a Lovable Werewolf Will Now Judge the 2021 Turner Prize + 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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MFA Houston Director Defends Guston Postponement, Korean Art Comes to U.S., and More: Morning Links from October 21, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Gary Tinterow, the director of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, has …

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Life in Germany: Guy Yanai in Düsseldorf

Dealing with this unparalleled period of uncertainty is stressful, but we so admire how artists worldwide are adapting, persevering and sourcing inspiration amid the challenges. …

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Vandals Attacked 70 Artworks in Berlin Museums in Broad Daylight—and Commentators Are Linking the Incident to Far-Right Conspiracy Theorists

German authorities have revealed that unknown perpetrators attacked scores of art and antiquities at several museums in central Berlin earlier this month, on an annual …

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STRAAT: The Museum for Graffiti and Street Art has Opened in Amsterdam

A few years back, the street art movement began moving inside as museums such as Urban Nation in Berlin, SAM in St Petersburg, Mausa Vauban …

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An Ethereal Glow: The Work of Albarrán Cabrera

Angel Albarrán and Anna Cabrera have worked collaboratively as art photographers since 1996. A rich inner philosophy about memory and experience — and an alchemical …

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Printing for Power: Jessalyn Aaland’s Class Set

“I was out looking for the comet, and now I’m researching frog cars.” This is a typical text from my friend, Jessalyn Aaland. Enabling art …

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“Talisman” by Photographer Kristina E. Knipe

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Meet the New Innovators: 8 Pioneering Art Dealers Who Predicted the Future of the Art Industry—and Then Made It Happen

A version of this article first appeared in the fall 2020 Artnet Intelligence Report, which you can download for free here.  In the final installment of our …

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Public Schools Are in Crisis. Museums Can Help Fill the Gap—But Only If They Survive

The formal education system is in peril. Museums in every community can help fill the gap—but unless we act quickly, thousands of cherished institutions will …

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The Art World at Home: Botanical Garden President Jennifer Rominiecki Is Researching Lichtenstein and Binge-Watching ‘The Crown’

Jennifer Rominiecki, a veteran curator and the president and CEO of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida, has learned a thing or two about …

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Sociopatia

Sociopatia

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Panoramico Chapter LVII Panorama Versicle 41

TITLE : PANORAMICO CHAPTER LVII PANORAMA VERSICLE 41 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2575 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with the …

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Panoramico Chapter LVII Panorama Versicle 42

TITLE : PANORAMICO CHAPTER LVII PANORAMA VERSICLE 42 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2575 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with the …

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Baltimore Museum of Art Faces Multiple Calls to Cancel Artwork Sale

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has come under fire from a host of critics demanding the institution cancel its imminent sale of three major …

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Esfinge Chapter CCXXXII Versiculo 4

TITLE : ESFINGE CHAPTER CCXXXII VERSICULO 4 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2400 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with the highest …

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Esfinge Chapter CCXXXII Versiculo 3

TITLE : ESFINGE CHAPTER CCXXXII VERSICULO 3 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2400 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with the highest …

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Esfinge Chapter CCXXXII Versiculo 2

TITLE : ESFINGE CHAPTER CCXXXII VERSICULO 2 TEMPERED GLASS PRICE 2400 EUROS + IVA Digital print. This masterpiece is printed in Germany with the highest …

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The Iconic Stratocaster is the Canvas for The Big Art Auction in Aid of The Big Issue

On 4th November 2020, The Big Art Auction in Aid of The Big issue will auction a bespoke series of Stratocaster guitars customized by artists …

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Works by Young Artists Boosted Phillips’s Solid $34 Million Sale to Kick Off the Fall Auction Season in London

Phillips’s 20th century and contemporary art evening sale kicked off a week of auctions in London today, with Sotheby’s and Christie’s to follow later in the …

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Painter Joe Bradley Taps Into the Psychedelic Spirit in a New Exhibition in Zurich—See Images Here

American artist Joe Bradley’s artworks often evoke children’s drawings and comic books—playful, experimental, and intentionally naive—while freely referencing art movements from Color Field painting to …

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Annika Lundgren

In Swedish theater, “collations” are procedures in which actors read through scripts for the first time, without dramatization. This impassive ritual informs Annika Lundgren’s exhibition …

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This New Palm Beach Art Fair Aims to Create Some Extra Buzz Around the City’s Burgeoning Art Market

The organizers who brought the world an art fair on a yacht—the short-lived Seafair—have another against-the-odds gambit. Veteran fair executives David and LeeAnn Lester are …

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A Group of Powerful Black Museum Trustees Are Forming an Alliance to Push for Big Changes in US Institutions

In an effort to diversify the makeup of museum administrations and boards, a group of influential Black museum trustees has come together to form a …

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Eddie Martinez joined Blum & Poe’s artist roster.

Untitled, 2015. Eddie MartinezDavid Benrimon Fine Art Eddie Martinez has joined Blum & Poe’s artist roster. The Brooklyn-based artist, renowned for his vibrant canvases that …

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Bright Floral Knitting Wraps an Iconic Stratocaster Guitar in a Psychedelic Layer of Color

“Flower Power” (2020), knitted wool and Fender Stratocaster, 106.7 x 12.7 x 38.1 centimeters. All images courtesy of The Big Art Auction, shared with permission …

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Dealer Achim Hagemeier on What He’s Learned After 40 Years in the Business and Why Rediscovering Forgotten Artists Is His Greatest Passion

As he looks back on the 40 years since he founded his gallery Kunsthandel Hagemeier in Frankfurt, Achim Hagemeier’s attitude is more like a scholar …

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Make the Case for the Arts

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Category:  Americans for the Arts News Given the funding challenges in the arts today, do you have your arguments ready for …

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Call for Art: Submit Your Work to Create! Magazine’s Next Print Issue Before November 1

There are just ten days left to submit your art for consideration in the winter issue (#24) of Create! Magazine, which will be curated by our …

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Spectacular Winning Photos from The Weather Photographer of the Year 2020 Awards

AccuWeather partnered with the Royal Meteorological Society on their “Weather Photographer of the Year” 2020 contest this year. As determined by the judges, Rudolf Sulgan …

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How Insurance for Buying Art Online Works

www. Sangirolamo La Bibbia.com, executed in 2014. Giuseppe VenezianoPandolfini Prior to the pandemic, online sales represented a small slice of the overall art market pie: …

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FIAC May Be Canceled But the Show Must Go On. Here Are 8 Must-See Exhibitions During the Paris Art Week

The worsening public health situation in Europe has meant that the FIAC art fair will not be taking place this year as usual in the …

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Recovered Klimt Painting to Go On View in Italy 20 Years After Storied Heist

After being uncovered last December by a gardener at the in Ricci Oddi Modern Art Gallery in Piacenza, Italy, a painting by Gustav Klimt that …

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2,000-Year-Old Cat Was Drawing Discovered in Peru’s Nazca Lines

Last week, archaeologists in Peru discovered a faded carving on the desert hillside. After a thorough cleaning, the figure, which had previously been barely visible, …

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As They Hang on to Survive, Hundreds of UK Arts Institutions Will Get More Than $98 Million From the British Government

Offering a lifeline to struggling cultural institutions, the Arts Council England, a government body, announced this week that it will pump £76 million ($98 million) into the …

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Hernan Bas on the New Paintings He Made during Quarantine

Portrait of Hernan Bas by Silvia Ros. © Silvia Ros. Courtesy of the artist. Hernan Bas, Creature Comforts (cat city), 2020. Photo by Silvia Ros. …

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Kapwani Kiwanga Wins 2020 Prix Marcel Duchamp

Canadian-born multidisciplinary artist Kapwani Kiwanga has won the prestigious Prix Marcel Duchamp for her sculptural series “Flowers for Africa,” which addresses African independence. The $41,000 …

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Under the Shadow of China’s New Security Law, a New Generation of Hong Kong Artists Is Learning to Make Art in Code

In the images, a foot extends out of the water and glides overhead, as if a lone synchronized swimmer were doing a backflip. According to …

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Archaeologists Unearth a Nearly 2,000-Year-Old Cat Geoglyph Lounging on a Peruvian Hillside

A new discovery on the side of the Mirador Natural Hill in Peru reveals that common feline activities—namely sprawling out in the most comfortable position—have …

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