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Happy Place, Los Angeles | Photo by Joshua Coleman
Happy Place, Los Angeles | Photo by Joshua Coleman

Walid Raad | Conceptual artist from Lebanon
Walid Raad Better be watching the clouds May 18 – June 30, 2017 Paula Cooper Gallery 521 W 21st Street,
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Prague goes wild for Jake and Dinos Chapman
Jake and Dinos Chapman The Blind Leading the Blind / Slepý vede slepého Galerie Rudolfinum Alšovo nábřeží 12 CZ 110
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JAUNTS | “A New Day” — Waking Up in New York’s Museum of Modern Art
Waking up one fine early Thursday morning meant whizzing by a media preview at the Museum of Modern Art
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Taizo Kuroda, Japanese minimalist ceramics
Fine white porcelain by Japan’s minimalist ceramicist Taizo Kuroda
"White Porcelain – Cylinders" is the first in a series of three annual exhibitions of Taizo Kuroda’s ceramics.
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MoMA | “Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction”
@MoMA in NYC | A Photo Documentary Record of a press preview held Tuesday, April 11, 9:30-11:30 a.m. at The
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Botanical mandalas | Canadian’s Dominique Paul imagines a field of hybrid beings
Taking the form of a botanical mandala, Dominique Paul's paintings strive to express a sense of urgency in the playing
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Making Spaces | MoMA
MoMA | “Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction”
At #MoMA | "Making Space" exhibit shines a spotlight on women artists between the end of World War II (1945)
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How do you see the world without a mirror? | Film meets photography
New York Upper East Side's Yoshii Gallery has devoted its pristine gallery to an independent filmmaker. His name is Benny
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PAINTINGS + SCULPTURE


Why I paint dirt roads? Bob Dylan himself explains
By Bob Dylan In 1974 I played the first of many shows with the Band—maybe in eight years. We were in a hockey arena in Chicago. There were maybe 18,000
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Bob Dylan writes Nobel-prized songs. But can he paint?
Though his singing voice sucks, he paints mostly from life: "I’m pretty much interested in people, histories, myth, and portraits."
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Haikus inspire her sculptures of sun, moon + monuments
The raw aesthetics of each sculptural piece embody the artist’s primal devotion to the natural contours of the earth. Marie-Noëlle De La Poype’s minimalist process reflects her reverence for the
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ALFONSO OSSORIO | Chelsea’s blue-chip gallery trumpets this Abstract Expressionist
In celebration of a centennial birthday, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery throws open its blue-chip doors to "Alfonso Ossorio—Congregations: The First Decade, 1959-1969," an exhibition of twenty-four of the mixed-media assemblages that
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Sophie Calle, French artist

GET TO KNOW | Le musée des curiosités de SOPHIE CALLE
View a fascinating conversation about "self-burial" between artist Sophie Calle and a man without identity.
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NUYORICAN FIND | Caught in the glories of race in Rodriguez Calero’s urban paintings
I was so fascinated by the man in Calero's "Transcendent" that I kept circling back to it. Is it a black man? Oh, wait. The painter is a Nuyorican. What
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THE MET | Seen live in New York, Van Gogh’s two “Irises” will knock you out
It provides a singular opportunity to reconsider Van Gogh's artistic aims and the impact of color fading on his intended results.
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Philip Smith’s psychologically-charged canvases on view
Painter Philip Smith works the canvas like a physicist’s blackboard. Using found imagery, he can postulate new image formulations and equations. The paintings in this Philip Smith: Sign Language, on
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ON PHOTOGRAPHY

Historic Ebony and Jet photo archives sold for $30M
The treasure trove of 4 million iconic photos from Ebony and Jet magazines has found a new owner.
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How do you see the world without a mirror? | Film meets photography
New York Upper East Side's Yoshii Gallery has devoted its pristine gallery to an independent filmmaker. His name is Benny
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Hiroshi Sugimoto’s camera simulates landscapes of lost time
Inspired by Dada and Surrealism, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese, b. 1948) aims to convey and preserve a point in time through
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Tokyo’s sex shops are a blurry, er, mesh in Daido Moriyama’s pics
In 1969, Daido Moriyama was an active contributor in Provoke, a magazine founded in 1968 that — if only briefly
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PHOTOGRAPHY | José Picayo snaps striking portraits for Sept. 16 exhibit
Cuban-born Jose delves into paired portraits, one photograph of the back of a model’s head and another of the front.
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ON PHOTOGRAPHY (NSFW) | Andy Warhol’s gay male archives on auction at Christie’s online
The Andy Warhol @ Christie’s sale has grouped some of Warhol's sexy artworks with doodles with male porn and then
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Marieve Dictrich 1948 | Photo by Cornel Lucas
Bacall, Dietrich, Bardot & vintage Hollywood portraits scintillate
Glamour portrait photographer Cornel Lucas also made publicity photos for David Niven, Stewart Granger, Joan Collins, Leslie Caron, Dirk Bogarde,
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Marian Seldes as captured backstage by Rivka Katvan | Photography by Rivka Katvan
Rivka Katvan’s candid portraiture captures Broadway luminaries backstage (on view Sept. 6 to 29 in Soho gallery)
Katvan’s photography fulfills a documentary function while veering and edging toward a form of poetic realism. Her portraits are most
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Historic Ebony and Jet photo archives sold for $30M
The treasure trove of 4 million iconic photos from Ebony and Jet magazines has found a new owner.
Read more.
How do you see the world without a mirror? | Film meets photography
New York Upper East Side's Yoshii Gallery has devoted its pristine gallery to an independent filmmaker. His name is Benny
Read more.
Hiroshi Sugimoto’s camera simulates landscapes of lost time
Inspired by Dada and Surrealism, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese, b. 1948) aims to convey and preserve a point in time through
Read more.
Tokyo’s sex shops are a blurry, er, mesh in Daido Moriyama’s pics
In 1969, Daido Moriyama was an active contributor in Provoke, a magazine founded in 1968 that — if only briefly
Read more.
PHOTOGRAPHY | José Picayo snaps striking portraits for Sept. 16 exhibit
Cuban-born Jose delves into paired portraits, one photograph of the back of a model’s head and another of the front.
Read more.
ON PHOTOGRAPHY (NSFW) | Andy Warhol’s gay male archives on auction at Christie’s online
The Andy Warhol @ Christie’s sale has grouped some of Warhol's sexy artworks with doodles with male porn and then
Read more.
Marieve Dictrich 1948 | Photo by Cornel Lucas
Bacall, Dietrich, Bardot & vintage Hollywood portraits scintillate
Glamour portrait photographer Cornel Lucas also made publicity photos for David Niven, Stewart Granger, Joan Collins, Leslie Caron, Dirk Bogarde,
Read more.
Marian Seldes as captured backstage by Rivka Katvan | Photography by Rivka Katvan
Rivka Katvan’s candid portraiture captures Broadway luminaries backstage (on view Sept. 6 to 29 in Soho gallery)
Katvan’s photography fulfills a documentary function while veering and edging toward a form of poetic realism. Her portraits are most
Read more.

 


Museum | Photo by Daniel H. Tong / Unsplash
Photo by Daniel H. Tong / Unsplash