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After Six Years, Red Bull Arts Is Shutting Down Its New York Venue Known for Hip, Multidisciplinary Shows

Red Bull is permanently closing its New York art venue this month after six years. The expansive, two-floor exhibition space garnered a reputation for a cutting-edge …

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Ancient Dwelling Excavated in Nazareth May Have Been Childhood Home of Jesus

An archaeologist may have discovered the location of the childhood home of Jesus in Nazareth. Professor Ken Dark from the University of Reading in England …

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Chicago’s Union League Club Board Approves Sale of Prized Monet, Other Works

The Union League Club, home to one of the most significant private art collections in the American Midwest, is reportedly planning to liquidate a portion …

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Rä di Martino

During an era of flourishing conspiracy theories, Rä di Martino seems to inverts an old one, suggesting not that we never walked the moon, but …

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Dia Chelsea to Reopen in April Following $20 Million Expansion

Dia Chelsea is expected to open in April following a $20 million renovation and expansion that connected its three neighboring buildings on West Twenty-Second Street. …

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HUF x CULT Crew Capsule Collection

This holiday, HUF teams up with renowned BMX-brand CULT Crew on an exclusive collaboration just in time for the gift-giving season. Bringing HUF’s signature motifs …

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Bañista o “La Gamba”

Precioso y vibrante cuadro que transmite la esencia de la mujer y del Mediterráneo

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Gran bañista o “El Gambón”

Precioso y vibrante cuadro que transmite la esencia de la mujer y del Mediterráneo

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Thomas Prior’s “Amen Break” Reflects On 2020 in New York

Thomas Prior’s “Amen Break” turns its gaze on 2020, and the moment that New York ground to a standstill. Prior, whose documentary photographic practice is rooted …

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Quirky Faces and Limber Vases Comprise Madriguera Workshop’s Minimal Ceramics

All images © Madriguera Workshop Madriguera Workshop’s eccentric characters might be the quietest guests at your next dinner party. Helmed by Lydia de la Piñera …

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After Protesting for Artistic Freedom, Cuban Authorities Detained Artist Tania Bruguera and Put Her Under House Arrest

Cuban authorities detained and interrogated artist Tania Bruguera twice over the weekend and she is now under house arrest, the artist tells Artnet News. The …

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Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—Through Art Basel Miami Beach’s Online Viewing Room

With the close of Art Basel’s fifth online viewing room, the 2020 art market calendar is just about to come to an close. (And though …

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Still Life with Egg

– acrylics on stretched high quality linen -varnish – initials in front, description, date, artists stamp and signature on back The artwork is NOT framed.

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The Most Influential Artists of 2020

At the start of 2020, it was impossible to predict that this year would transform the art world as we knew it. By March, the …

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Tania Bruguera Under House Arrest Following Detention, Interrogation as Protest in Cuba Surges

Tania Bruguera remains under house arrest at her home in Cuba, unable to leave to buy water or food, The Art Newspaper reports, with Deborah …

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Member Profile: Andressa Furletti

Originally from Brazil, Andressa Furletti is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York. She is the co-founder and artistic director of Group Dot BR, New …

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Art Industry News: Egyptian Model Arrested for ‘Inappropriate’ Pharaonic Shoot at the Ancient Site of Giza + 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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Dia Chelsea to Open in April, Monolith Mystery Deepens, and More: Morning Links from December 7, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Artist Tania Bruguera was detained in Cuba last Friday amid protests over …

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Bored Quarantined People Have Started Scanning Cats

Got lots of free time during the Coronavirus lockdown? Got a cat? Got a scanner? The choice is clear! h/ Source

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Aesthetica Christmas Gift Guide 2020

Aesthetica selects 10 gift ideas for art and culture lovers this season. Our 2020 list offers a variety of inspiration – including gallery memberships, gift …

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Cool Vintage Photos of Victorian People Posing With Their Penny-Farthings

The penny-farthing, also known as a high wheel, high wheeler or ordinary, was the first machine to be called a “bicycle”. It was popular in …

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The Series of Aerial Images by Cássio Vasconcellos Reveals a Contemporary Look of Life Stories from A Globalized World Seen Through Mosaics of Constructed Images

The series “Collectives” reveals a contemporary look of life stories from a globalized world seen through mosaics of constructed images. The observer is faced with …

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Photographer Spotlight: Guen Fiore

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Artist Spotlight: Alina-Ondine Slimovschi

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Yellow Animal

This artwork is about an yellow animal, maybe a fox (maybe not), hiding behind a tree. It is lonely, so, so lonely. Or maybe just …

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Burning soul, Triptych

Series of “Burning soul, Triptych”, composed by n° 3 artworks 20×30 cm each You can compose the paintings, as best you like, for example by …

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Graphic Distortion

Niall Staines is a digital artist based in Dublin. Nature is a consistent theme in his practice, often turning serene landscapes into surreal dreamscapes, pulling …

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Artful Compositions

Originally from Washington D.C., Hannah Whitaker studied photography and painting at Yale before settling in Brooklyn. Her fine art led her to shooting regularly for …

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On Award Tour: From LA to The Bay, Troy Lamarr Chew II Shines

Troy Lamarr Chew II is a precious gem who fittingly paints symbolic glints and sparkling jewels. He won the prestigious Tournesol Award and residency at …

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The Gray Market: Why the Art Market Shouldn’t Worry That the Film Industry Is Undergoing a Home-Viewing Revolution (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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Looking to Hedge Their Bets in Unpredictable Times, Auction Houses and Consignors Are Locked in Tense Battles Over Contracts

In any art market transaction, there are degrees of risk and, correspondingly, people willing to take it—under certain conditions. Those conditions are now being fiercely …

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It’s a Christmas Miracle! An Archaeologist May Have Just Found Jesus’s Childhood Home in Nazareth

An English archaeologist may have just made one of the most intriguing discoveries of the last two millennia: the childhood home of Jesus Christ. Ken …

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Eduardo Navarro

Rasping respirations pound through the galleries that host “(breathspace),” Eduardo Navarro’s solo show here. At once oceanic and mechanical, the titular sound piece recalls both …

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David Velasco in conversation with Mel D. Cole

Artforum Editor in Chief David Velasco speaks with photographer Mel D. Cole about capturing the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Cut and Paste Two

This piece is from a series of collage works made up of old experimental, over worked or paintings that just didn’t sit right. The works …

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How To Be The Greatest

I imagine that you’ve heard of the boxer named Mohammad Ali. When he passed away, the whole world mourned. But Crista, you’re probably asking, what …

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Day at The Beach

Acrylic on unmounted canvas. Couple relaxing and enjoying life at the beach. Belongs to a series of works on scenes at the beach. Always liked …

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Jackie Saccoccio, Acclaimed Painter of Elegant Abstractions, Has Died at 56

Jackie Saccoccio, whose abstract paintings made via an intensely physical process generated significant attention in the New York art world, died on Saturday at 56. …

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Tania Bruguera Detained Amid Protests Over Artistic Freedom in Cuba

Against the backdrop of protests over artistic freedom in Cuba, artist Tania Bruguera, a celebrated figure whose work has frequently spoken out against her country’s …

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Artist Suh Se Ok, Pillar of Korean Contemporary Painting, Dies at 91

The artist and teacher Suh Se Ok, who helped guide the path of contemporary art in South Korea for decades after the country’s emergence from …

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Australian Photography Awards Winners Show the Beauty and Weirdness of The Time that We Live In

PORTRAIT Nicole Reed/Australian Photographer of the Year, winner Australian Photography Awards (APA) recognizes and celebrates Australian photographers and their work. This year’s winners have just …

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Humoristic Illustrations Reveal the Daily Life Before and After COVID-19

From wearing masks to working from home, the coronavirus has brought about a lot of changes in our daily lives. It is this “new normality” …

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Uranium Glass – Collectible Radioactive Glassware From a Bygone Era

Till Westermeyer Believe it or not, there was once a time when people exposed themselves to harmful levels of radiation to create uranium glass – …

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This Family Started Staging Their Funny Christmas Cards 7 Years Ago, And Their Creativity Is Brilliant

“I’m Dreaming of a White (Trash) Christmas” – 2013 – Pregnant with 1st Child This family has a tradition that makes their friends and relatives …

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Quiet you, what are you thinking?

A math problem? Geometry, space, infinite limits; A poem? Waves; The one you miss the most? Or are you just shedding tears in silence?

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The Childhood 39

« My artworks act as mirrors of childhood. Viewers can relive their childhood memories and embrace their emotions in front of my paintings. » Shiv …

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New York’s Venturesome Red Bull Arts to Close Permanently

Energy drink company Red Bull is shutting down its New York art space, a short-lived venue on West Eighteen Street that invigorated the city’s art …

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Jess Barbagallo on the Pomodori Foundation’s Queer and Alone (1993)

IN A PARTICULARLY telling moment of the Pomodori Foundation’s 1993 production Queer and Alone, based on the eponymous 1987 novel-cum-travelogue by Jim Strahs, the ne’er-do-well narrator …

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The Voluptuous Forms of Ancient Sculptures Like the ‘Venus of Willendorf’ May Have Been ‘Ideological Tools’ to Shape Body Image Norms

Europe’s prehistoric Venus figurines, dating from the Upper Paleolithic, are one of the world’s oldest art forms. With their voluptuous female forms carved from stone, ivory, …

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Here’s What It’s Like on the Ground in Miami Beach, Where Zombie Art Basel Is Happening, Sort Of

There was no wait for a table of four at prime-hour Joe’s Stone Crab. Collectors and wheeler-dealers usually treat the country’s highest-grossing restaurant as their …

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