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Art Industry News: Damien Hirst—Net Worth, Nearly $400 Million—Blasts the Teen Who Stole His Phone + 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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Smell Like A Million Books With Powell’s Books New Fragrance ‘Eau de Bookstore’

Waft this new scent for hints of wood, violet, and… musty paperback? Powell’s Books, the beloved independent shop in Portland, recently announced a limited-edition perfume …

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Oscar Murillo’s Beautiful Process

The multidisciplinary artist Oscar Murillo has been busy. Earlier this year, David Zwirner presented etica y estetica, an off-site exhibition of new paintings in a …

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D’heygere’s Collaboration with Pepo Moreno’s is Deviously Surreal

The Paris-based Belgian-born accessories designer Stéphanie D’heygere doesn’t remember the first time she met Spanish painter Pepo Moreno. Moreno, on the other hand, remembers it …

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In Good Taste, for a Good Cause

I, for one, would like to win a bottle of Tart vinegar and a virtual writing workshop with Naomi Fry. In the midst of T-shirts, …

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Ryan Johnson’s Endless Silhouettes

Ryan Johnson: Dear Shadow, at Nina Johnson in Miami, exhibits sculptures of striking silhouettes made from black epoxy clay in an interplay of light and shadow. Solemn and …

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Lisa Anne Auerbach’s Political Needles

Transport yourself, if you will, back to 2004, the heady era when Von Dutch trucker hats paired with aviator sunglasses were the celebrity uniform du …

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The Dinner Party of Dreams

Listening to a recounted dream can be a tricky business, but stick with me here: We’re on a beach, sand in between toes. There are …

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Plates for the People

For GARAGE Issue 19, we commissioned artists Maya Barrera and Brianna Capozzi to create eight custom plate paintings—or “plaintings”—to accompany a dinner party-centric feature on …

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Artist Spotlight: Cameron Platter

Cameron Platter                                         Cameron Platter’s Website …

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“The Way South” by Photographer Katie Sadie

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Cotton Mouth: New Works by Tschabalala Self @ Eva Presenhuber, NYC

Eva Presenhuber is delighted to present Cotton Mouth, an exhibition of new works by the American artist Tschabalala Self. Cotton Mouth is Self’s debut solo exhibition with Eva …

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“Good Night Willie Lee, I’ll See You in the Morning:” Marcus Brutus Channels Alice Walker @ Library Street Collective

There are few artists who capture historical intimacy quite like Marcus Brutus. Everytime I see his work, I feel like I’m delving into the mind …

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A Collective “Hysteria”: Cleon Peterson is the Artist a Most Unfinest Hour

We wanted the hysteria to be over by now, but yet, weren’t we all afraid it was just the beginning? Recently, while watching a documentary …

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Silent Charmers: Aly Helyer @ The Cabin, LA

“The characters in my work don’t exist in the real world, they are not living individuals,”Aly Helyer tells Juxtapoz. “They are informed by the world around …

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Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer Is Building a Remarkable and Poetically Fleeting Memorial to Those Lost to the Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only killed nearly 1.3 million people worldwide—it has also made rituals of collective bereavement dangerous and practically impossible.  “It’s not natural,” …

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The Art Angle Podcast: How Does the Art World Feel About Joe Biden’s Victory?

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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Noël Dolla, Pascal Pinaud, Philippe Ramette

Pascal Pinaud and Philippe Ramette met at the Villa Arson, when Noël Dolla was a professor. During the period they were enrolled in Dolla’s studio, …

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A Husband-and-Wife Team Pulled Together Delightful Travel Photos That Accidentally Look Like Wes Anderson Stills—See Them Here

Film director Wes Anderson has a distinctive aesthetic: candy-colored, pleasingly symmetrical, vaguely retro, and maybe a little bit twee. Now, Anderson’s warm, invitingly nostalgic style …

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An Oversized Statue of Leonard Peltier, an American Indian Activist, Pensively Stares Toward Alcatraz

Statue of activist Leonard Peltier. All images courtesy of the Sn Francisco Art Institute Peering out over the San Francisco Bay toward Alcatraz is a …

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Spanish Artist Lita Cabellut Creates Evocative Portraits Using Renaissance Fresco Techniques—See Them Here

The Spanish-born, Hague-based painter Lita Cabellut’s impassioned portraits sometimes depict cultural figures who have nestled their way into her imagination, like Frida Kahlo and Coco …

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Pace Gallery Accused of Fostering “Toxic” Workplace Culture

Multiple current and former employees of the blue-chip Pace Gallery have alleged that the gallery’s New York leadership promotes an abusive workplace culture, according to Artnet …

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‘The Most Beautiful Artistry Is Hidden’: Watch Photographer Jeff Wall Bend Reality to Stage His Stunning Tableaux

Often when looking at photographs, we assume they are true, that they recorded an actual event in a particular moment in time, captured with the …

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Lithuania’s Award-Winning Venice Biennale Pavilion Is Coming to an Abandoned Swimming Pool Just Outside Berlin

Lithuania’s Golden Lion-winning pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale, Sun & Sea, is heading to Germany, where it will be staged in out-of-service 1928 Bauhaus swimming pool. …

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Aldo Tambellini, Experimental Filmmaker Who Considered Many Meanings of Blackness, Has Died at 90

Aldo Tambellini, an experimental filmmaker whose innovative works expanded cinema beyond the confines of the theater and mined conceptions of blackness for both formal and …

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Sarah Ball joined Stephen Friedman Gallery’s artist roster.

Portrait of Sarah Ball at her studio. Courtesy Sarah Ball and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. The British painter Sarah Ball has joined Stephen Friedman Gallery’s …

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Music Photographer Mick Rock Has Photographed David Bowie, Janelle Monae, and Beyond. Now, His Photos Are on View at a New Maui Gallery

Opening a gallery is never an easy task, but it’s made exponentially more complicated when much of the world is in lockdown. Nevertheless, Skull + Monarch, …

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England Has Approved a Highway Tunnel Underneath Stonehenge, Overruling Warnings From Cultural Preservationists

An English transport official has approved a roadway tunnel to run underneath Stonehenge, the latest development in a years-long saga over how to address a …

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Erin M. Riley

While the Brooklyn-based artist Erin M. Riley is best known for hand-woven tapestries that depict sexy selfies of her own tatted-up body, her solo exhibition …

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Iconic Bruce Nauman Sculpture in Germany Removed to Make Way for University Building

A famed installation by Bruce Nauman will be taken away from its longtime home on the campus of the University of Münster in Germany. Square Depression, a walk-in …

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Dive into Van Gogh Worldwide, a Digital Archive of More Than 1,000 Works by the Renowned Dutch Artist

“Self-Portrait with Grey Felt Hat,” September – October 1887, Paris, 4.5 × 37.2 centimeters, Van Gogh Museum A point of levity during the temporary shutdowns …

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Archaeologists Have Uncovered an Astounding Ancient Burial Site in Norway. Here’s What It Tells Us About the Prehistoric One Percent

An extraordinary ancient burial scene discovered on the shores of the fjord near Oslo, Norway, has given archaeologists a deeper understanding of the wealthiest members of …

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Joana Choumali’s Vividly Embroidered Photographs Are Expressions of Hope

HOW IT STARTED, 2019-2020. Joana ChoumaliLoft Art Gallery The threads of Ivorian artist Joana Choumali’s body of work intricately weave together emotions, memories, thoughts, and …

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John Waters Gifts Collection to Baltimore Museum of Art, Future Home of the John Waters Restrooms

City-proud cultural polymath John Waters has bequeathed 375 artworks and objects from his fine-art collection to the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), the institution announced …

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Namsal Siedlecki

“Nothing grows on diamonds / flowers grow in the dung,” goes a 1967 verse by Fabrizio De André, one of the most beloved Italian singer-songwriters …

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Miles Aldridge: Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn.

Through pop art, bright colors, and dark humor, British artist Miles Aldridge makes us flinch. His images are reminiscent of film stills: frames snatched from …

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Juxtapoz Shop Exclusive: Swoon “Alison the Lacemaker” Print Available Now

Today, Juxtapoz is excited to announce an exclusive new print by street art pioneer and fine artist, Swoon. The work, entitled Alison the Lacemaker, is …

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How Do You Stage a Biennial Now? Jacob Fabricius’s Portrait of Busan

Even in the best of times, organizing an international biennial—wrangling dozens of far-flung artists and hundreds of works, all while keeping to a budget—is not …

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Deutsche Börse: Global Perspectives

“Today’s world is characterised by tremendous disruptions, which are shaking up many traditional structures and affecting almost all spheres of life,” says Anne-Marie Beckmann, Director …

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Vaginal Davis on the US presidential election

Artforum has invited artists to share a text, image, or video in the immediate wake of the United States presidential election and will be posting their …

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Artnet Auctions Presents: Why This ‘Marilyn’ by The Conceptual Artist Sturtevant Challenges Notions of Authorship and Authenticity

Scholars have referred to Study for Warhol’s Marilyn from 1965 as “a Warhol that isn’t by Warhol,” but artist Sturtevant’s 1965 rendition of the classic …

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Pace Gallery Positions Itself as the Art Business of the Future. But Employees Say an Abusive Work Environment Keeps It Mired in the Past

Marc Glimcher was missing the zeitgeist. Late last winter, the Pace Gallery CEO had contracted the novel coronavirus alongside his wife and young son. The …

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As Museums in England Go Dark Again, Culture Workers Brace for the Financial Crush of Another Lockdown

As England settles into its second national lockdown, the future of the nation’s museums has once again been thrust into uncertainty, and culture workers are …

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The Superb ‘Stillness in Motion’ Sculpture by Olga Ziemska

Stillness in Motion: The Matka Series is an ongoing body of sculptures by Polish artist Olga Ziemska. To date, the artist has installed several of …

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BLACK SUN: Amorphous Flocks of Starlings Swell Above the Danish Marshlands

All images © Søren Solkær, shared with permission Captured in the marshlands of southern Denmark, Søren Solkær’s ongoing project documents one of nature’s most mesmerizing …

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Amazing Vintage Photos of Françoise Hardy on the Set of ‘Grand Prix’ in1966

John Frankenheimer’s 1966 film, a fast-paced story of Formula One excitement, featured many genuine racing legends on set – and a young French singer by …

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The European Union Has Boosted Its Culture Bailout to €2.8 Billion After Pushback From Industry Leaders

The European parliament and the European council have finally agreed on an ambitious long-term recovery plan for its 27 member nations. The historic €1.8 trillion …

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Russian Pharaoh Puts His Apartment to Sale

Just an apartment of an ordinary Moscow pharaoh living in Khamovniki district, who decided to get rid of his “pyramid” for 150 000 000 rubles …

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Art Industry News: The Artist Behind the Notoriously Naked Mary Wollstonecraft Statue Says Critics ‘Missed the Point’ + 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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Gta-Style Supermarket: San Andreas Opens in Ukraine

The supermarket chain Silpo has designed a new store in the style of GTA: San Andreas. The department signs are written in a font similar …

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