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Art Basel Miami Beach’s Online Edition Sees Steady Sales as Dealers Seek Ways to Jazz Up the Staid Virtual Fair Format

Art Basel Miami Beach has been described by some dealers as the “Black Friday of the art world” because it is the week when galleries …

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Jumpstart Your Affiliate Earnings by Starting An Art Blog

Jumpstart Your Affiliate Earnings by Starting An Art Blog Jumpstart Your Affiliate Earnings by Starting An Art Blog …

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How To Jumpstart Your Affiliate Earnings by Starting An Art Blog

How To Jumpstart Your Affiliate Earnings by Starting An Art Blog Art For Your Cause invites all art …

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Sarah Ramos’ Celebrity Impressions

In the first pages of Sarah Ramos new “art zine,” Autograph Hound, recently published by THNK1994, we learn that Ramos’ first brush with celebrity occurred …

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How Art and Nature Interact at Upstate New York’s Storm King Art Center

The Upstate New York sculpture park, Storm King Art Center, is among the most idyllic places to see large-scale outdoor sculpture in the country. “There really …

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The Techno DJ-Turned-Artist Known as 0010×0010 Shares the Inspirations Behind His New Show in Los Angeles

The audiovisual artist known as 0010×0010 is more likely to be known in the underground techno world than in fine art circles. The Dutch-born artist, …

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From an Amazing Amazon Art Discovery to Another Round of Layoffs at Tate: The Best & Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST Mono-a-Mono – The viral monolith that was discovered in Utah’s desert disappeared—but wait—then one cropped up in Romania, until it, too, vanished days later. Then …

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Red Bull Closes Influential New York Art Space Home to Trendy Exhibitions

Red Bull Arts will close its New York location, bringing an end to a six-year run of mounting cutting-edge exhibitions that included key surveys devoted …

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Eucalytus

Acrylic on unmounted canvas. I paint compositions that I put up with objects I collect like this glass mannequin found at an auction. I tried …

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Works by Javier Calleja, Matthew Wong, and Genieve Figgis broke records at auctions in Hong Kong.

Genieve Figgis, Wedding Party (2019). Courtesy Phillips. Phillips and Poly Auction’s joint 20th century and contemporary sales closed in Hong Kong yesterday, realizing HK$508.4 million …

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New Photos from the ‘Sistine Chapel of the Ancients’ Reveal Details About Prehistoric Amazonian Life—Like a Fondness for Bungee Jumping

All images © José Iriarte, shared with permission Who knew people have been flinging themselves into open air since ancient times? Earlier this week, we …

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New Photos from the ‘Sistine Chapel of the Ancients’ Reveals Details About Prehistoric Amazonian Life—Like a Fondness for Bungee Jumping

All images © José Iriarte, shared with permission Who knew people have been flinging themselves into open air since ancient times? Earlier this week, we …

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Manifesta 15 to Take Place in Barcelona and Across Ten Spanish Cities

The 2024 iteration of roving biennial Manifesta is to take place in Barcelona and ten other cities in Spain’s Catalonia region, according to organizers. The …

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With the Future of Art Fairs in Question, Frieze Has Rented Out a Long-Term Gallery Space in London

As in-person art fairs continue to face an uncertain future, Frieze is pivoting a long-term gallery space in London. Frieze piloted the idea of operating …

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“Three Takes on Thiebaud” Talk with the Crocker Art Museum

You’re invited to dig into Pies, Pies, Pies, tomorrow, Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 2pm PST, and maybe some ice cream and cake, this being …

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Abraham Cruzvillegas Is Growing an Oasis of Healing Plants in a Miami Park

Installation view of Agua dulce by Abraham Cruzvillegas at The Bass. Photo by Zaire Kacz. Image courtesy of The Bass, Miami Beach From now until …

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Three German Galleries Have Each Won €15,000 as Part of a New Prize Devoted to Digital Advancement in the Arts

Though the art world often likes to consider itself very much of the moment, a lot of the comings and goings of galleries, artists, and …

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A Prankster Art Collective Is Claiming Authorship of the Utah Monolith. Now It’s Selling Facsimiles for $45,000

Within the span of a fortnight, we’ve gone from monolith curiosity to full-on monolith mania.  All the interest sparked by the appearance of the first …

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MOCAD Announces Laura Hughes as Interim Director

Laura Hughes has been named interim director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), the institution announced yesterday. Hughes fills the void left by …

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Here’s Everything Showrunner Susanne Bier Told Us About Art’s Prominent Role in the Twisted HBO Drama ‘The Undoing’

This fall, HBO blessed art-history nerds and luxurious coat lovers alike with a gift for the eyes: Nicole Kidman playing a tortured and extraordinarily well-dressed …

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SMILE: Ride an Emotional Rollercoaster with These Perpetually Grinning Characters

 The googly-eyed cast in Lucas Zanatto’s new looped animation is all of us this year: Beaming one moment, bummed the next. “SMILE” follows an array …

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Amid Fair Postponements, Frieze Rents Two Gallery Spaces in London

While Seoul is rife with talk of an edition of the Frieze art fair possibly launching in the city in fall 2022, the enterprise is …

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Manifesta Biennial to Spread 2024 Edition Across Barcelona, 10 Other Catalan Cities

Manifesta, the roving European biennial, will take place in Barcelona and 10 other metropolitan cities in Catalonia, in the northeast of Spain, for its 2024 …

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A Retired Nurse Loved Visiting This German Museum So Much That She Bequeathed Her Home to It—Much to the Institution’s Surprise

A retired German nurse came up with an unusual way to make a gift to a museum she loved. Before she died, at age 82, …

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Weekly Web Roundup: Nov. 23-Dec. 4, 2020

Friday, December 4, 2020 Category:  Americans for the Arts News As we round the final corner of 2020, we hope everyone had a safe and …

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The 2021 AZ Awards: Register Now!

There’s no better way to look forward to the new year than to register to enter the 2021 AZ Awards. Now in its 11th edition, …

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A Flurry of New Notebooks from Field Notes Features 99,999 Unique Snowflake Designs

All images © Field Notes, shared with permission U.K.-based artist Brendan Dawes channels the infinite crystalline shapes of snowflakes in a new collaboration with Field Notes. …

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Steve Wynn Opens his Private Gallery to the Public, Frieze is Leasing Gallery Spaces in London and More: Morning Links from December 4, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News The Supreme Court is considering whether the heirs of Jewish art dealers …

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Black Art Matters: Does Federal Law Protect and Preserve Protest Street Art?

According to The New York Times, Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests may have been the largest movement in U.S. history—and the most vigilant of these protests …

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I Want A Glow-In-the-Dark Fendi Purse

The artist Sarah Coleman is known for taking apart luxury handbags and transforming them into quotidian objects: a pill bottle, a kitchen chair, a lighter. …

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The Art Angle Podcast: Why Awol Erizku Is So Much More Than Just Beyoncé’s Baby Photographer

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each …

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Art Industry News: French Politicians Want to Rename the Musée D’Orsay to Honor a Former President Who Died This Week + 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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Meet Zach Cooley, A “Moon Chaser” Who Uses Camera Tricks To Make The Moon Look Really Huge

The moon has always fascinated the man, who showed his admiration through music, poetry, drawings, until one day, Edward “Buzz” Aldrin, Michael Collins, and Neil …

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What Does It Mean to Be Black and Alive Right Now?

In their new book, Black Futures, curator Kimberly Drew and New York Times Magazine staff writer Jenna Wortham attempt to answer one very big question: …

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Portrait of A Year On Fire: JDJ Gallery’s NADA Heats Up

If you close your eyes, focus hard enough, and dare to dream just a little, you may be able to smell the familiar scents of …

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Maison Margiela’s Future Miami Boutique Becomes a Blank Canvas

A visit to John Galliano’s atelier made the video installation artist Marco Brambilla realize the studio’s resemblance to his own more than a fashion designer’s. …

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Watching Gucci’s Strange Utopia On Screen

“I promised that things would be different. I told you we need to slow down, we need poetry, we need to talk about different things,” …

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Thoughts

Thoughts oil painting on canvas abstract without frame in a single instance, as the edges are painted, 100% handmade with high-quality oil and palette knife …

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Bright silence

Bright silence oil painting on canvas abstract in a single copy without a frame, as the edges are painted, 100% handmade with high-quality oil and …

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The Best Company Replies To Twitter’s “Describe 2020 In One Word” Challenge

2020 in one word — Twitter (@Twitter) December 3, 2020 It’s been one hella year. I mean, it still is. Even though we are close …

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Fabulous Cover Photos of La Vie Parisienne in 1927

La Vie Parisienne (the Parisian life) was a French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863 and was published without interruption until 1970. It was …

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“Nostalgia For The Mud” by Photographer Chase Middleton

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Portrait of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington Made Entirely Out of Thread and Nails

Russian artist Konstantin Hlanta recently completed this incredible portrait of the late Chester Bennington, who was the lead vocalist for Linkin Park. Incredibly, the moving …

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A Look at Ugur Gallenkus’ “Parallel Universes of Children” Book

A few years ago, Turkish artist Ugur Gallenkus started creating a series of poignant collages serving as stark reminders of the ongoing injustices around the …

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The Year of the “Still”: Kelly Tunstall @ Hashimoto Contemporary, SF

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Still by San Francisco-based artist Kelly Tunstall. Returning for the artist’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, the most …

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After Selling an AI Portrait for More Than $430,000, the Obvious Collective Has a New Trick: Mashing Up Cave Art and Graffiti

The French art collective Obvious is back with another project featuring artworks generated through artificial intelligence, this time training algorithms to blend prehistoric cave art …

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Wet Paint: The Mugrabis Go Big on Kenny Scharf, Jay-Z and Beyoncé Lose Out on an Amoako Boafo, & More Juicy Art-World Gossip

Every week, Artnet News brings you Wet Paint, a gossip column of original scoops reported and written by Nate Freeman. If you have a tip, …

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Going Once! 11 Auctioneers Tell Us the Stories and Rituals Behind Their Luckiest Gavels

Auctioneers can be forgiven for being some of the most superstitious people on the planet. There are enormous pressures associated with the job—standing at the …

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Miami Is A Beach: Cristina BanBan’s New Work as Part of 3-Person Show @ 1969 Gallery, NYC

If we can’t go to Miami, let’s make a little Miami come to us. In our heads at least. Cristina BanBan has been one of our …

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Cuban Artists Continue to Face Government Harassment Despite Historic Agreement

Following a groundbreaking November 27 meeting between Cuban deputy culture minister Fernando Rojas and a group of protesters campaigning against state repression of the cultural …

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