Whitney Biennial

20 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Walking through the skyways recently, I saw a stack of stacked brochures in front of a downtown store. I crouched to leaf through the words "Goethe-Institut" printed in large letters. Then I peered into the shop itself, where two video screens showed shots of Stalinist architecture. Wait, was I still in Minneapolis? Or somewhere beyond […]

18 Jan 19
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We are happy to introduce a fourth member of our esteemed Selection Committee for the upcoming Los Angeles edition of The Other Art Fair (March 28-31, Magic Box at The Reef). These members of a globally significant art community set the high standard of the fair, ensuring you can buy from our artists with the confidence that you […]

18 Jan 19
Jorge Miroslav Jara Salas

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 to know this Friday, January 18. NEED-TO-READ Did a Developer Ruins MoMA PS1’s Skyspace? – James Turrell’s serene installation Meeting at MoMA PS1 is a well-loved favorite. But the skyspace no […]

18 Jan 19
Scenester.tv - Connect To Your Scenes

20 Jurors to Award 12 Prizes, Including Return of the NEXT Innovator Award Los Angeles, CA — Sundance Institute will gather 20 celebrated and revered expert voices across film, art, culture and science to award feature-length and short films shown at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival with 12 prizes, announced at a ceremony February 2 that will […]

17 Jan 19

From Dear White People and Sorry to Bother You star Tessa Thompson, Oscar winning director Damien Chazelle, Palme d’Or winner and Top of the Lake director Jane Campion, there are a lot of Sundance alums named today as jurors for the 112-film festival kicking off next week. As well as who will decided the victors […]

16 Jan 19
Roger's rhetoric

      Two things are pertinent to this post — form a background to it, so to speak. First, this past March, I wrote a blog post:   “Racism Rears Its Ugly Head” Racism Rears Its Ugly Head about objections to a painting by the artist Dana Schutz based upon photographs of the mutilated body […]

14 Jan 19
Nicholas Andriani

“So a weird thing about making money writing words and making money doing art and sometimes making money writing code is that people really want to define what it is you do, exactly. This becomes especially important when people are, for example, a publisher who needs to see your book or a radio show that is having you on to talk about your book.

14 Jan 19

  BeAdvisors Art Advisory team has been touring London throughout the Condo Preview Weekend with a group of 30 people, including collectors, art lovers and people from the art industry to browse some of the most exciting galleries and artists of the contemporary art scene worldwide.     ADRIANO AMARAL Galeria Jaqueline Martins (São Paulo) hosted by Rodeo For his solo […]

13 Jan 19
Dezign Ark (Beta)

[ad_1] A v2com exclusive “The Other Architect” Montréal, Canada Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) Event + Exhibition, Culture, Industrial Architecture, Institutional Architecture, Institutional Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Lifestyle, Real Estate, Sustainable Development, Travel, Urban Design  The exhibition pushes beyond traditional architectural practice to develop architecture as a field of energetic, critical, and radical research addressing […]

13 Jan 19

Posted by Larry Gleeson This year, eight Indigenous-made films from Australia, New Zealand, and the United States will be premiering at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. The Native American and Indigenous Film Program has a global focus and through its work strengthens Indigenous cinema. Filmmakers supported over the years include Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Muskogee), Taika Waititi […]

11 Jan 19
Jorge Miroslav Jara Salas

“Now, Ms. Schutz admits that she is ‘guarded’ about the controversy …, saying only that [painting Open Casket] was an attempt to ‘register this monstrous act and this tragic loss.’ But she acknowledged that may have been an ‘impossible’ task.” Even so, she doesn’t regret having painted the piece or the subsequent conflict: “It’s good […]

11 Jan 19
Jorge Miroslav Jara Salas

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 to know this Friday, January 11. NEED-TO-READ Chris Burden’s 40-Foot Tower Heads to Geneva – Gagosian will install a 40-foot-tall tower by Chris Burden, 40 Foot Stepped Skyscraper (2011), at artgenève’s Estate […]

10 Jan 19
Tampa Bay News Wire

Nine Exciting Events with Renowned Guests at the Museum’s Pop-Up Space SARASOTA, Florida—JANUARY 9, 2019— The Sarasota Museum of Art announces its spring 2019 season, featuring a dynamic series of programs ranging from a collector’s master class and film screening to a live performance and several talks with artists and curators. Welcoming thought leaders in the art […]

09 Jan 19
Gallery Aferro Studio Residency

Has painting plateaued? Is this question clear? Is painting relevant? Or am I just late to the party? Because I love painting. I am a painter (I don’t paint enough – I’m painting again though) and I love painting. I love to look at paintings, I love the art form of painting. Is it strange […]