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“What I’d Buy This October ’21”: Artspace’s Kimberly Reinagel Shares the Artworks in Her Cart

Artspace’s resident Art Advisor and Private Sales Manager mixes Dada and Surrealism, biology and the ephemerality of the objects around us to create the ultimate …

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What to expect from Frieze London

The London fair addresses contemporary concerns and pressures, while also serving up some familiar sights

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Ten OMR Prints to Mark Ten Years of Artspace

Director Ana Paula de Haro and key staff at this important Mexico City gallery highlight the works they offer on Artspace

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Ten Galería OMR Prints to Mark Ten Years of Artspace

Director Ana Paula de Haro and key staff at this important Mexico City gallery highlight the works they offer on Artspace

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Ten art world influencers who helped us see things differently

The writers, thinkers, artists, curators and creatives we talked to over ten years and the wisdom they gave us

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Durk Dehner, President of Tom of Finland Foundation – The Art for Home Interview

The man behind this deeply manly artist picks out his favorite works from the Artspace treasure trove

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Ten Great Choices by Ten Great Tastemakers

Looking back over our first decade, we reflect on well-loved artworks recommended by artists, curators and fellow creatives

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Bill Claps – ‘I hope the images make people feel the power of nature, and help them realize we are a small part of it, not the center’

Morse code, Japanese woodblock techniques and metallic foil have all found their way into this well traveled artist’s work

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Ten Gemini G.E.L. Prints to Mark Ten Years Of Artspace

The world-renowned publisher of limited editions and multiples shares some of its favorite works, to mark our first decade

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Wise Words From Ten Artworld Insiders

Presenting the best advice from artworld insiders over the last ten years of Artspace

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Ten Great Causes Over Ten Great Years

To mark our first decade we look back at some of the nonprofits and charities we’ve worked with who make the world better for all

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Ten great insights from ten great artists who made Artspace editions

As Artspace celebrates its tenth anniversary we’re revisiting the wisdom of artists we’ve created editions with

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Paul Gulati of Universal Design Studio – The Art for Home Interview

The co-director of the award-winning architecture and design practice picks a few of his favorite works available on Artspace

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Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

‘I began filling vases with a variety of arrangements. We then shot dozens of images to create the seven selected floral still lives used for …

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Helen Thompson – The Art For Home Interview

The author of Santa Fe Modern makes her choice from the Artspace archive of art she’d love to live with

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Serge Hamad -‘I always felt that I could speak out in a deeper sense when using photography’

The French-Algerian photographer discusses his work, his life, and the subjects of inspiration that draw him back again and again

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“What I’d Buy This September ’21”: Artspace’s Kimberly Reinagel Shares the Artworks in Her Cart

Artspace’s resident Art Advisor and Private Sales Manager mixes Pop and iconic imagery with assemblage and echoes of the Old Masters

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James Crump – The Art for Home Interview

The writer, filmmaker and curator chooses works from the Artspace archive by five artists he follows avidly

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John Folchi – ‘Among my earliest childhood memories is one of an aesthetic response to the beauty of clouds’

This New York painter explains why he continues to find deep painterly engagement in the most ubiquitous of atmospheric forms

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Sandra Platas Hernández – ‘I find the beauty in every little thing that surrounds me’

‘You can look at my work and see a beautiful composition of flowers or the meaning of life,’ says the Madrid-based photo artist

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Putnam & Putnam Unveil Limited Edition Floral Prints

The world renowned floral artists team up with Artspace for their debut editions

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S.K.Sahni – ‘An artist creates work first for himself but sharing it with others to awaken their inner self is equally important’

The Indian artist wants people to approach his art without any preconceived ideas and allow their minds to accept its unexpected, unusual and out-of-box aspects

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Drew Doggett – ‘I select subjects that are extraordinary to share the world’s beauty’

The acclaimed photographer describes the care he feels towards his subjects when creating his incredible images

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Orit Fuchs – ‘I come to the studio six days a week – and start dreaming!’

The Tel Aviv artist describes how she develops the strong, vivid female characters that recur throughout her work

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Alberto González Vivo – ‘I think if the work has the desired effect on me, it will have that effect on others’

The Argentinian artist describes the natural phenomena that inspire his visually arresting op art works

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5 things to look out for in the Celeste Dupuy-Spencer edition

Art history, a heist, and the story behind the ice bucket, the artist explains just a few of the many elements to understand

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Lindsay August-Salazar – Inspiration is as ‘spontaneous and as fleeting as the way the sunlight hits the wall or the paint combo on a car’

Conceptualism and paint are one and the same in the work of this west coast artist who thinks of her work like that of a …

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Lindsay August-Salazar – ‘I would describe my work as like Joan Mitchell grabbing Franz Kline’s cock at the Cedar Tavern’

Conceptualism and paint are one and the same in the work of this west coast artist who thinks of her work like that of a …

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Colleen Blackard – ‘From an early age I found it easier to communicate with gestures and pictures than with words’

This Texan-born artist grapples with cosmic subjects and overpowering emotions in her awe-struck renderings of the natural world

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Bepi Ghiotti – ‘An artwork is never still although what it represents might seem like it is’

The Italian artist’s work involves extensive research projects that establish a connection between place and narrative. Here he tells us about his journeys far away …

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Catherine Opie tells us how she shot this powerful photograph at the first ever women’s march

The limited edition photograph is available to buy now at Artspace

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Rey Zorro – ‘When we went on holiday we’d put chairs on the beach to look for UFOs in the night sky. This was normal at home; we never spoke about it as being ‘out of this world’

Rey Zorro calls herself a true multimedia artist (and sometimes a dolphin trainer!) The Brazilian born artist made waves in 90s NYC and is now …

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Meet the people behind Assembly – a new kind of gallery

Ashlyn Davis Burns and Shane Lavalette aim to create meaningful projects with artists that tell memorable stories

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The Artspace Art for Life Interview with Adam Clayton

The U2 bassist describes how his search for a new version of bohemia inspired a passion for the work of Marlene Dumas, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Louise …

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‘It takes a lot of energy to tap into whatever is trapped inside the material – the process is like a releasing a spirit’ – Jerry The Marble Faun

The sculptor and cult documentary film figure, Jerry Torre, discusses life, friendship and his new Center Benefit Auction artwork Blu

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‘Unhappy and happy flow back and forth like a tide making art. I’m working to be OK with that’ – TM Davy

The artist describes his life, his art and his beautiful contribution to The Center Benefit Auction

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‘I’m most comfortable in that state of unknowing – is it real or imagined?’ – William Eric Brown

The Argentinian-born, New York based artist discusses the process behind the piece he’s donated to our Pride Month New York Center Benefit Auction

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‘I am most inspired by those weird transitional moments or in-between states where things undergo metamorphosis’ – Anthony Goicolea

The Cuban American artist talks about the fun, challenging and sometimes scary and process that went into creating his works for The Center Benefit Auction

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‘I was really trying to paint what it feels like to be living in the fall of human civilization’ – Celeste Dupuy-Spencer on her powerful new Artspace edition

The American painter describes the incredible process behind her unflinching and empathic works, and the true story behind her important new edition

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‘My interests include the relationship of one’s self to the world, surrealism and mystery’ – Garrett Chingery

The New York painter describes his process, his hopes for the future, and why he’s donated a new work to the Center Benefit Auction

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‘We are being given the opportunity to stitch a new garment – one that fits all of humanity and nature’ – Glennda Testone

The first female Executive Director of The New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center discusses art, gender stereotypes and a very special auction

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Catherine Opie – ‘With these photos, I’m asking us to contemplate, quite honestly, what’s happening to our world’

With her two new Phaidon and Artspace editions the fine art photographer is asking us to ‘Slow down and allow the quietness to seep into …

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Our pick of Phaidon’s new art and photography books for fall 2021

A fantastic survey of contemporary African artists, photography by Annie Leibovitz and Martin Parr, and an updated classic on Agnes Martin by Pace gallery founder …

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Maxi Cohen – ‘I find being in water – lakes, rivers, ocean, hot springs – is where I am most creative, where I sink into deep connection with myself’

On World Oceans Day the multidisciplinary artist tells us about her new series A Movement in Water and the wonder of weightlessness and the wave

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MOCA LA Director Klaus Biesenbach on his hit Zoom studio visits and the Artspace artist editions that resulted from them

‘We had these shared moments of accessible conversation with artists and I thought maybe we could do something similar with an edition’

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Free Arts NYC founder Liz Hopfan talks about her work and the new Artspace edition with Devin Troy Strother

The Founder and Executive Director of the youth arts mentoring and education charity has experienced the positive power of early exposure to art first-hand

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Devin Troy Strother describes his new Artspace and Free Arts NYC edition – ‘It’s similar to just growing as a black person; gotta code switch, and juggle all type situations’

Grateful Dead Afro Cat Show, 2021 features the artist’s unique, hand embellished, paint marks on each print

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MOCA LA Artistic Director Klaus Biesenbach on his hit Zoom studio visits and the Artspace artist editions that resulted from them

‘We had these shared moments of accessible conversation with artists and I thought maybe we could do something similar with an edition’

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Jade Montserrat – Why I Draw

‘Drawing is meditation and observation. Drawing connects me to my roots, allows me to follow, to honour and to own them’

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Huma Bhabha describes her new Artspace and MOCA LA print and explains how classical statuary, sci-fi and taxidermy all inform her art

‘It is an image that very much reflects what I have been doing in my two-dimensional works in recent years’ she says

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