• Kenneth Anger photographed at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles on December 10, 2015.

      The Devil in the Details: Kenneth Anger

      Friday, 26 February 2016 20:31

      The Devil in the Details: Kenneth Anger, the Inventor of a Celluloid Avant-Garde, Nears 90 Source: © 2016 ARTnews By Nate Freeman With his films moving from fringe theaters to MoMA, the director grants a rare interview at his old Hollywood haunts Last December, my car left the apartment complex on North Hayworth Avenue where, […]

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      Yaroslav Derkach SYMBOLS

      Friday, 26 February 2016 18:24

      Yaroslav Derkach SYMBOLS 18.02 – 18.04.2016 Symbols, strong as steel How powerful senses of this world can be expressed? Perhaps, using symbols. Project consists of ten objects, and their configuration is triangle and square, which personify an intention to grow up and stability. Material, from which the symbols made, is a symbol itself. It is […]

    • Left: Portrait of Amar’e Stoudemire in his Miami home. Right: Portrait of Amar’e Stoudemire with a work by Jean-Michel Basquiat in his Miami home. Photos by Gesi Schilling for Artsy. © Artsy.

      Amar’e Stoudemire Is Igniting a Fast Break for Emerging Art in the NBA

      Wednesday, 24 February 2016 21:33

      Source: ARTSY EDITORIAL BY MOLLY GOTTSCHALK “If you see a painting out there and you wanna call me, I can give you the 411,” six-time NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire tells me from his Miami mansion, a 14,555-square-foot home filled with run-of-the-mill baller pad fare—a movie theater, a nine-car garage, a game room complete with a wet bar—oh, […]

    • Jill Baroff
in a grove (detail), 2016
White walnut wood, flasche

      Jill Baroff: in a grove

      Wednesday, 24 February 2016 20:13

      Since the mid-1990s, Jill Baroff has been strongly influenced by Japanese architecture, which she categorizes as “floor-based,” as opposed to the West’s emphasis on verticality. During a six-month NEA fellowship in Japan, Baroff was captivated by the way light traveled across the weave of her tatami floor during the day; constantly changing the patterns of […]

    • Raoul Dufy. Le Yacht anglais, 1906 Huile sur toile 54 x 65 cm76 x 87.7cm Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon Don anonyme, 1927 No. Inv. B 1457 ,  N13-128, Basset Alain: Photographe.

      Modern Art arrives to the Museo Nacional de Arte with the exhibition Los Modernos

      Thursday, 18 February 2016 05:19

      Although the main discussion centers were the cities of New York or Paris, the modern thinking in art didn´t only took place there, its aspirations reached other latitudes that, simultaneously, were added to the break up with the figurative tradition of naturalistic representation and configured the new artistic languages that we know today as Avant […]

    • BUCHAREST BIENNALE will use billboards for the first time to exhibit artworks

      Tuesday, 16 February 2016 20:51

      The curator of the seventh edition of Bucharest International Biennial for Contemporary Art will use a novel approach to bring art closer to people in the public space. This is the first edition of Bucharest Biennale where the works will not be exhibited between the four walls of a museum or an art gallery, but […]

    • Installation view of "Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective" at The Museum of Modern Art, New York (February 14, 2016–May 15, 2016). Photograph: Martin Seck. © 2016 The Museum of Modern Art, New York

      Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective

      Monday, 15 February 2016 17:23

      Through Sunday, May 15 Marcel Broodthaers (Belgian, 1924–1976) worked primarily as a poet until the age of 40, when he turned to the visual arts. Over the next 12 years, his work retained a poetic quality and a sense of humor that balanced its conceptual framework; for his first solo exhibition, he encased unsold copies […]

    • Romina De Novellis, La Gabbia, 2012 Courtesy of the artist & Galerie Laure Roynette, Paris / Club 7.5


      Sunday, 14 February 2016 23:54

      New York – The Armory Show is excited to announce a series of special projects by three exhibiting galleries, which explore concepts of time and decay through performance and sculpture. Participating artists include Romina de Novellis (Galerie Alberta Pane in partnership with Kreëmart), Los Carpinteros (Sean Kelly Gallery) and Jonathan Schipper (Pierogi). In the Armory […]

    • #MAKEAMERICAGREATAGAIN, installation view at Whitebox, NYC

      #makeamericagreatagain at White Box

      Sunday, 14 February 2016 22:54

      #makeamericagreatagain February 1st – 21st 2016 Live from South Carolina February 20th, 2016 8-10PM Press on #makeamericagreatagain  Newsweek, NYC Art Exhibit Responds to ‘2016 Presidential Election Charade’, by Stav Ziv Bedford + Bowery, Watch This Trump Piñata Get Bashed at WhiteBox’s #Makeamericagreatagain Show, by Kavitha Surana Artefuse, #MAKEAMERICAGREATAGAIN Takes on Politics at Whitebox, by Atif A K Mac Premo […]

    • Glenn Ligon, Luhring Augustine.

      Glenn Ligon – What We Said The Last Time and Entanglements

      Friday, 12 February 2016 23:36

      Luhring Augustine Glenn Ligon What We Said The Last Time and Entanglements February 27 – April 17, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, February 26, 6–8pm Luhring Augustine is pleased to present What We Said The Last Time, an exhibition of new work by Glenn Ligon, and Entanglements, a curatorial project by the artist. A companion exhibition […]

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