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Frieze New York 2014

(0) Comments | Posted May 8, 2014 | 2:25 PM

View of Manhattan from the fair at Randalls Island. Courtesy of Frieze New York.

This week marks the third year of Frieze New York, the London fair that went head-to-head with the tradition of the Armory Show and took NADA and Pulse with it, subsequently asserting itself...

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Art As the Vehicle for Conversation: The World of Jonathan Grossmalerman

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2014 | 8:34 AM

Grossmalerman! promotional shot, 2014. All images courtesy of the artist.

In an age where artists are exploring varying mediums in order to differentiate themselves from the flock, Guy Richards Smit is exploring different versions of himself. Jonathan Grossmalerman (which is literally pig-German for “big painter...

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Imagination and Desire: The 2014 Biennale of Sydney

(0) Comments | Posted March 28, 2014 | 5:10 PM

The 19th Biennale of Sydney has opened once again in locations across the city, from smaller venues to established museums. This year’s biennale, curated by Juliana Engberg of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, is entitled “You Imagine What You Desire,” and celebrates the creative language of an artist’s imagination....
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The Armory Show Is Here to Stay

(0) Comments | Posted March 10, 2014 | 12:16 PM

The art world focuses once again on New York as the Armory Show and its satellite fairs open this week. This year, the fair has undergone improvements, new features and a new design to up its ante in its rivalry with May’s Frieze Week. The return of high powered blue chip...
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Female Artists Are a Force to Be Reckoned With

(0) Comments | Posted February 27, 2014 | 2:51 PM

The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium by Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott, is the new quintessential volume that illustrates the importance of female artists in visual culture. The book focuses on the work of 24 hand-picked female artists, born after 1960, that have pushed beyond...

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With Art, the Choice Is Personal

(0) Comments | Posted February 27, 2014 | 9:29 AM

The collector's driving force and passion for art is the subject of a new show that has just opened at The Garage Center in Moscow. Personal Choice: Collectors' Selections from Their Own Collections, turns the lens onto the individual taste of twenty leading Russian art collectors who have made a...

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Your Passport to Video Art Around the World

(0) Comments | Posted February 14, 2014 | 11:35 AM

Jay Scheib, The Disinherited at AMC Empire 25. Photograph by Clint Spaulding for Times Square Arts.

As the appreciation for Video Art as a genre rises, venues, festivals and programs around the world have formed in an effort to push its visibility and celebrate the...

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Zona MACO: A Window On Latin America

(0) Comments | Posted February 6, 2014 | 12:03 PM

Zona MACO International Contemporary Art Fair is hitting Mexico City this week for its eleventh year. The ambitious fair has been regarded as the most important art event in Latin America, bringing together 137 galleries from 21 different countries from across Europe, North and South America. In addition to the...

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In a Word: The Art of Simon Evans

(0) Comments | Posted February 4, 2014 | 12:19 PM

British-born artist Simon Evans is known for fusing language with everyday items to create an imaginative body of work that illustrates and documents observations on life. Evans forthcoming show, Edible Landscape, at James Cohan Gallery in New York opens next month on February 13, overlapping for only three...

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14 of the Most Anticipated Museum Shows of 2014

(0) Comments | Posted January 21, 2014 | 3:15 PM

As the memories of our favorite exhibitions from 2013 wane, 2014 promises a slew of exciting museum shows opening around the world. This year marks an important one for New York, with the Whitney Biennial's final edition in the iconic Breuer building, in addition to big shows at MoMA and...

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Subtleties in Reading: Carrie Schneider at Monique Meloche

(0) Comments | Posted January 21, 2014 | 3:09 PM

Reading Women, a new exhibition by Carrie Schneider at Monique Meloche in Chicago, invites viewers into a world of intimate simplicity, devoid of the distractions by modern day electronic gadgetry that have engrossed day-to-day life. The project documents seventy women, mostly from creative backgrounds, as they read a...
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A Record-Breaking Year at Auction: A Look Back at 2013

(0) Comments | Posted January 2, 2014 | 10:13 AM

As 2013 comes to a close, the art world can claim it a year of resurrection, with auction sales blowing through the roof as the months marched on. Along with record-breaking sales, the entire market jumped up a whopping 27 percent from 2012, leading experts to conclude that...

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Laure Prouvost: A Turner Prize for the Senses

(0) Comments | Posted December 18, 2013 | 12:27 PM

Turner Prize - Laure Prouvost

Laure Prouvost accepting the Turner Prize, 2013. Courtesy of the Turner Prize.

This year’s Turner Prize winner, Laure Prouvost, surprised many by taking home the prestigious prize with her moving piece Wantee, which weaves together a fictional narrative...

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The Singapore Biennale 2013: Focus on Southeast Asia

(0) Comments | Posted December 18, 2013 | 12:23 PM

This year’s Singapore Biennale 2013 takes on a socio-environmental tone, asking both artists and guests to reconsider solutions, outcomes and visions for our changing world. In its fourth year, “If the World Changed” brings together the work of 82 artists, primarily from Southeast Asia, whose work re-imagines the world we live...
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Beyond the Walls of Art Basel Miami Beach

(0) Comments | Posted December 6, 2013 | 1:29 PM

The chaos of Art Basel Miami Beach is bigger than ever before, with even more satellite fairs, special projects, artist talks and museum openings. As if the fairs themselves weren’t enough to keep you busy, there are also some fantastic not to be missed installations outside of the walls of...
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12 Books on the Ins and Outs of Collecting Contemporary Art

(0) Comments | Posted December 4, 2013 | 6:52 PM

Navigating the art world as a collector can have its share of frustration and confusion. With passion as a driving force, successful collectors need to temper their love and enthusiasm with knowledge of the landscape and the development of some personal strategy. We’ve collected a roster of helpful books from experts...
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A Celebration of Latin American Art

(0) Comments | Posted November 27, 2013 | 11:14 AM

New York’s art market has taken on a Latin American flair as Pinta NY returned to the city for the seventh year, followed by the upcoming Latin American Art Modern and Contemporary sales at Christie’s and Sotheby’s this week. Once again, the Pinta Art Show has acted as a celebration...
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Quality Material Attracts Bidders for Record Breaking Auctions

(0) Comments | Posted November 18, 2013 | 6:07 PM

New York’s November auction season has proven to be a rollercoaster of emotion, with both Sotheby’s and Christie’s breaking records, seeing all time highs, as well as disappointing lows across the Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary sales. The sale of important works from Impressionist and Modern Art have taken a...
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She Who Tells a Story: A Window Into the World of Female Photographers in the Middle East

(0) Comments | Posted November 12, 2013 | 9:09 AM

The perception of Middle Eastern women by the rest of the world is challenged, dissected and put into context in an expansive new show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, featuring twelve leading female photographers from Iran and the Arab world. Curated by Kristen Gresh, “She Who Tells a...
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Performa 13: Exploring the Surreal

(0) Comments | Posted November 6, 2013 | 1:47 PM

This month, New York will once again become the center of the performance art world for twenty-four days of incredible programming, as Performa 13 makes its biennial appearance. Forty venues, one hundred events, fifty arts institutions and fifty curators will bring together the latest fusion of visual art, music, dance,...
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