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In Hulda Guzmán’s Work, Nature Takes Precedence

In Hulda Guzmán’s solo exhibition at Alexander Berggruen in New York, paintings of figures, flora, and fauna from the Dominican Republic depict an artist exploring …

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Sabrina Fuentes Has Lived Through This

Sabrina Fuentes and I are interfacing from our phones. She’s sitting in her boyfriend’s apartment, eating soup, and explaining to me how living in New …

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Fine Arts Paris and Art Cologne Cancel 2020 Editions, Tyler Mitchell Photographed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Vogue, and More: Morning Links from October 30, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News John W. Hinckley Jr., the man who tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan, …

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Art Industry News: Events on Europe’s Art Calendar Fall Like Dominoes Amid New Lockdown Restrictions + 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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An Inquiry Into Black Space

Earlier this summer, as we put together GARAGE Issue 19 amidst quarantines and Black Lives Matter demonstrations and protests, we started thinking: what if the …

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Ide Tatsuhiro, aka TIDE, Debuts a New Pseudonym and New Body Of Work @ Gallery Common, Tokyo

TIDE has arrived after  years of working under the moniker Ide Tatsuhiro, and the new pseudonym is an apt change for the Tokyo-based artist who …

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“Good Sick” by Photographer Jordan Baumgarten

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The Everlasting “Waiting” Game: New Works by Brian Calvin @ Anton Kern, NYC

“Everyone’s been simultaneously feeling kind of stuck in lockdown, which was strange because it’s hard to tell whether that stuck feeling helped people really reflect …

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A prayer for the Lost Souls

Jazz up your walls and bring life to your space with Bold and Psychedelic Pop Art from Erik Brede Photography. Erik Brede – All rights …

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Why live?

What is Alive? Man, nature, are all made up of particles. Some people ask: how to rule out loneliness? Kant never knew what loneliness was, …

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Gemeinschaft III (Community III)

Here Wolff approaches the subject of animals in a graphic manner, emphasizing the symbolic, almost decorative, which is reminiscent of primitive pictorial representations in cave …

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Rachel Portesi’s Beautiful Wet Plate Collodion Hair Portraits

Since the beginning of human history, hair has held cultural and symbolic meaning. It is a marker of ethnicity, social class, identity, gender, sexuality, age, …

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Indianapolis’s Museum Is Replacing Its Contemporary Art Galleries With an Immersive Van Gogh-Themed Light Show

Indianapolis’s Newfields is taking a page from “Emily in Paris.” In an episode of the hit Netflix series, transplanted Midwesterner and Instagram professional Emily (Lily …

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Without saying

Far away. Blessings…

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The 7 Spookiest Stories of the World’s Most Haunted Museums, From Monet’s Ghost in Cleveland to Restless Relics at the British Museum

Filled with prized paintings, storied treasures, and yes, sometimes even mummies, museums are a natural haunt for otherworldly spirits. Legends abound in the museum world …

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An Autumn Art Walk in the Hudson Valley Gave Lucky Hikers a Chance to See Artists Working in Plein Air Up Close (But Not Too Close)

Visitors to the Mohonk Preserve in New Paltz, New York, are used to experiencing scenic trailheads and gorgeous fall foliage this time of year. What they …

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What Drives Market Speculation After an Artist’s Untimely Death

Noah Davis, 1975 (8), 2013. © Estate of Noah Davis. Image courtesy of the Estate of Noah Davis. During the 1970s, a long-running legal case …

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Paula Cooper Gallery, Which Has Long Resisted Expansion, Is the Latest New York Stalwart to Open in Palm Beach

The ranks of art galleries flocking south to Florida as winter approaches (and, not coincidentally, as virus cases spike and travel limitations resume) just keeps …

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Here’s a Simple Optical Illusion You Can Use to Make Any Painting Come Alive

Lately, I’ve been thinking a bit about the “Haunted Painting Effect.” That’s my own name for a certain kind of optical illusion that periodically surfaces …

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“Draw Me Like One Of Your FINAL GIRLS”: A Halloween Vibe @ Spoke Art, October 29—31, 2020

Spoke Art gallery is thrilled to announce the Halloween group exhibition Draw Me Like One of Your FINAL GIRLS. Curated by Tracie Ching and Liz …

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Warhol Foundation Announces New Board Chair, Members

Paul C. Ha has been named board chair of the Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and Agustin Arteaga, Jeffrey Gibson, and Franklin Sirmans have …

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Fire Sprinklers Erupt from Ingeniously Camouflaged Huts to Protect a Historic Japanese Village

Situated in a mountainous region of the Gifu Prefecture is a small village of Gassho-style homes, uniquely Japanese structures with thatched roofs that are built …

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My love ariadna

My love ariadna,another Beautiful abstract portrait of my ariadna.

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Why These Dealers Are Focused on Selling One Work at a Time

Paris Workshop of “Grand Ducaux,” “Il Pappagallo” on a cherry tree, 1620–30. Courtesy of Galerie Gismondi and TEFAF As lockdown eases its grip in some …

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Mohamed Melehi, Moroccan Modernist Whose Influence Loomed Large, Has Died at 84 of Covid-19

Mohamed Melehi, a painter of vibrantly hued abstractions that helped spur an artistic renaissance in his home country of Morocco, has died at 84. According …

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John Hinckley, Who Tried to Assassinate Ronald Reagan, Can Now Share His Art With the World, a Judge Rules

A federal judge in Washington, DC, has ruled that would-be Ronald Reagan assassin John Hinckley, Jr., who tried to kill the President in 1981, can …

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An East Dallas Home’s Halloween Decorations Prompt Multiple Police Visits

Halloween, the high holy day of spooky season, has a sort of Spooky Scale that runs the gamut from the casual black cat, full moon, …

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‘Trash Is a Record of Existence’: Watch Artist Abigail DeVille Distribute Garbage in Harlem to Reflect on the Neighborhood’s Changing Landscape

Right now in Madison Square Park, a section of golden scaffolding surrounds a massive sculpture of a torch. The torch’s abstracted flames are actually made …

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Frieze New York 2021 Shrinks to Fit Nonprofit Shed

With next year’s iteration of Frieze New York pared from 190 exhibiting galleries to roughly 60, the fair will move to the Shed, in the …

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A new auction record was set for a Banksy and Damien Hirst collaboration at Sotheby’s evening sale.

Bidding at last night’s Sotheby’s evening auction at Sotheby’s New York headquarters. Courtesy Sotheby Sotheby’s live-streamed sales of contemporary, modern, and Impressionist art closed on …

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Anyone for Basquiatball? The Brooklyn Nets Will Adopt Jerseys Inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat for Its Upcoming Season

It’s a collision between two of Brooklyn’s most powerful cultural forces: basketball and a local street artist known the world over. Next season, the Brooklyn …

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Aesthetica Archives:Picturing the Moon

This week, NASA announced the discovery of water on the moon. We’re delving into the archives to highlight artists inspired by lunar imagery. These works …

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Watch the Birdie: A Restored Brass Gadget Dating Back 140 Years Reveals a Historic Photography Trick

 Prior to asking subjects to grin and “say cheese,” photographers would entreat those awaiting a portrait to “watch the birdie.” Now generally out of …

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24-Year-Old Heartthrob Noah Centineo Launched a Pop-Up Museum to Encourage Influencers to Get Out the Gen-Z Vote

Actor Noah Centineo, the 24-year-old star of the Netflix film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, has launched a pop-up get-out-the-vote museum in Los Angeles, …

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Nour Mobarak

At Hakuna Matata—a sprawling outdoor project space in the Mount Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles (aka the backyard of the curators Eli Diner and Anh …

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German and French Museums Face Second Lockdown Amid Surging Coronavirus Cases

As a second wave of coronavirus cases surge in Europe, cultural institutions in Germany and France once again face the possibility of extended closures. On …

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Escape

Science-fictionist architectural vision.

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MoMA PS1 Board Shifts Leadership, with Longtime Chair Agnes Gund Now Leading DEI Committee

The board of MoMA PS1 in New York will undergo a regime change, as its chair of the past 10 years vacates the position to …

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Evoking Historical Struggles, Hank Willis Thomas Examines the Intersection of Art and Activism

“If the Leader Only Knew” (2014). All images © Hank Willis Thomas, shared with permission Through his bronze sculptures and public installations, Hank Willis Thomas …

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A Youth Minister Spent Five Years Photographing Orion to Create This Stunningly Detailed, 2.5 Gigapixel View of the Constellation

A massive, 2.5 gigapixel photograph that was five years in the making shows the Orion constellation in stunning detail. Astrophotographer Matt Harbison has presented the ambitious image, titled ORION …

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Strengthening Healthcare Systems Through the Arts

The Ancient Greeks anointed Apollo as the god of both the arts and of healing—a hefty portfolio even by early mythology standards. As different as …

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Struggling French and German Museums Are Plunged Into a Second Lockdown as Coronavirus Cases Surge Across Europe

With coronavirus transmission rates bursting across Europe, Germany and France announced sweeping new rules yesterday, closing cultural institutions as they try to prevent hospitals from …

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Art Industry News: After Its Delay Sparked a Global Uproar, the Divisive Philip Guston Show Will Now Open Much Earlier + 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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Evening Sale at Sotheby’s Brings in $284 M., Ghana Appoints New Museum Committee, and More: Morning Links from October 29, 2020

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. Auction Action In a dramatic turn of events just two hours before they …

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The Art Angle Podcast: Ed Ruscha and Jimmy Iovine on How Art Can Help End the Trump Era

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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Bullet Lips – Hippie Edition

Jazz up your walls and bring life to your space with Bold and Psychedelic Pop Art from Erik Brede Photography. Erik Brede – All rights …

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Photographer Spotlight: Erli Grünzweil

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Photo Vogue Festival Presents Shifting Perspectives in Fashion Photography

Photographs are inherently political, as acts of choosing and displaying them. Fashion photography is layered and complex, a dream factory that is more and more …

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Sorano

Ancient Town of Sorano in Tuscany. Panoramic wiew from San Rocco realized in Agoust 2017.

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Concrete Platforms

Minh T is an art director and photographer based in California. With a background in graphic design and architecture, his work eschews an overly technical approach …

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