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A Dozen Reasons Art Lovers Should Be in Scandinavia Right Now

(0) Comments | Posted August 27, 2015 | 5:42 PM

Gerhard Munthe, Suitors, 1892. Collection of the National Museum, Norway. Photo: Norjan kansallismuseo, Øystein Nerdrum.

The Magic North: Summer Biennials, Festivals and Exhibitions in Scandinavia 2015

With temperatures neither blistering nor blustery, summer...

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At the Mori Art Museum, Artist Dinh Q. Le Confronts the History of the Vietnam War

(0) Comments | Posted August 20, 2015 | 5:00 PM

Dinh Q. Lê, The Farmers and The Helicopters, 2006. Installation view, Dojima River Biennale, Osaka, 2009. Photo: Fukunaga Kazuo.

Interweaving of History: Dinh Q. Lê at the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo


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A Peek at the Personal Art Collection of Swiss Gallery Director Stefan von Bartha

(0) Comments | Posted August 13, 2015 | 8:54 PM

Stefan von Bartha. Courtesy von Bartha.

To the Gallery Born: An Interview with Stefan von Bartha

Whether as an artist, collector, dealer, or curator, we all can probably recollect, with relish or regret, our first introduction...

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Celebrating 20 Years, SITE Santa Fe Shows New Commissions and Collaborations

(0) Comments | Posted August 8, 2015 | 8:47 PM

Janine Antoni and Stephen Petronio, Honey Baby, 2013. Copyright Janine Antoni and Stephen Petronio; Courtesy of the artists and Luhring Augustine, New York.

Celebrating 20 Years: SITE Santa Fe's Collaborative...

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An Art Fair for the Costa Del Sol: Why Not?

(0) Comments | Posted July 30, 2015 | 7:49 PM

Mónica de Miranda, Arquipélago, installation view, 2014-15, Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea. Courtesy of Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon. Booth D-04.

Art/Marbella 2015: An Art Fair for the Costa Del Sol

Marbella: a wealthy, Spanish seaside resort...

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Summer Getaways: 10 Best Outdoor Sculpture Destinations in Europe

(0) Comments | Posted July 23, 2015 | 8:34 PM

Art and nature: the outdoor sculpture park offers the best of both worlds. Especially during the summer holidays, when we're eager to trade in weary museum-legs for the invigorating effects of the nature hike, without sacrificing the need to view and appreciate great artworks. Here we've...

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The Artist Who Turned a Museum Into a Musical Instrument

(0) Comments | Posted July 15, 2015 | 7:30 PM

Naama Tsabar, Propagation (Opus 3), 2015. Courtesy of the artist, Dvir Gallery and Spinello Projects. Photo: Rodrigo Dada.

Museum as Instrument: an Interview with Naama Tsabar

Artist Naama Tsabar has just transformed a museum into an...

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Haines & Hinterding Tune in to the World's Energies at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

(0) Comments | Posted July 8, 2015 | 7:22 PM

David Haines and Joyce Hinterding, Geology (detail), 2015, installation view. Commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, supported by Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2015. Image courtesy...

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Suspended Worlds: Damián Ortega at Milan's HangarBicocca

(0) Comments | Posted July 2, 2015 | 1:37 PM

Damián Ortega, Moby Dick, 2004. Courtesy Fondazione HangarBicocca, Milan. Photo: Agostino Osio.

Stepping into Damián Ortega's solo exhibition Casino (curated by Vicente Todolí) at Milan's HangarBicocca, viewers may feel that...

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Standing Out in the Crowd: 10 Summer Solo Shows Around the World in 2015

(0) Comments | Posted June 25, 2015 | 12:06 PM

The summer group show: it is an art world standard, a simple placeholder for the slower months and, increasingly, a cliché ripe for parody and subversion. But as the art world grows and grows, and the 24/7 art news cycle keeps spinning year round,...

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Baseltopia: Searching For Utopia (and Dystopia) at Art Basel 2015

(0) Comments | Posted June 21, 2015 | 12:50 PM

Constant working on Ovoid Construction, 1957. Courtesy Collection Fondation Constant; © Constant/Fondation Constant c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2015. Photo: Tom Haartsen.

The great hall of the world's most influential international art...

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Site Specifics: Anish Kapoor at Versailles 2015

(0) Comments | Posted June 10, 2015 | 9:03 PM

Anish Kapoor, Sky Mirror, 2013. Courtesy Kapoor Studio, Kamel Mennour and Lisson Gallery. Photo: Tadzio.

The descriptor "site-specific" is often invoked when describing Anish Kapoor's monumental installation works. According to the Tate's online...

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Frida's Garden, Frida's Closet: The Artist and Her Personal Artifacts

(0) Comments | Posted June 3, 2015 | 7:10 PM

Ishiuchi Miyako, Frida by Ishiuchi #34, 2012-2015. © Ishiuchi Miyako. Courtesy Michael Hoppen Gallery.

Of all the important artists of the modern era, Frida Kahlo's work is perhaps the most inseparable from her...

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Exchange and Dissent at the 2015 Havana Biennial

(0) Comments | Posted May 29, 2015 | 6:24 PM

With a program emphasizing performance and interventions in public space, the 12th Havana Biennial opened on May 22, with festivities ranging from opera, to theatre, to dance parties. This year's Biennial takes the entire city as its exhibition space, spreading out and away from the Biennial's traditional center, the Wilfredo...

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Capital and Contradiction: Okwui Enwezor's 2015 Venice Biennale

(0) Comments | Posted May 20, 2015 | 9:08 PM

Katharina GrosseUntitled Trumpet, 2015. Courtesy la Biennale di Venezia. Photo: Alessandra Chemollo.

The Venice Biennale is built on paradox and contradiction: against the grain of globalization, the Biennale follows a model of representation...

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Comic Relief: Humor and Playfulness at Frieze New York 2015

(0) Comments | Posted May 14, 2015 | 1:32 PM

Frieze New York 2014. Courtesy of Marco Scozzaro/Frieze. Photo: Marco Scozzaro.

Art-fair-going can be arduous and draining, physically and mentally. Frieze New York, housed in a serpentine tent structure that snakes across Randall's Island overlooking the East River, demands at least an...

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Subjects and Objects: Koki Tanaka, "A Vulnerable Narrator"

(0) Comments | Posted May 7, 2015 | 2:47 PM

Koki Tanaka: "A Vulnerable Narrator," Deutsche Bank "Artist of the Year" 2015 at Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, installation view. © Koki Tanaka / Deutsche Bank KunstHalle. Photo: Mathias Schormann.

A multi-colored umbrella slides open. A ladder, kicked, collapses to the ground....

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Hidden Gems and Unforgotten Histories: America Is Hard to See at the New Whitney

(0) Comments | Posted April 29, 2015 | 7:46 PM


Glenn Ligon, Rückenfigur, 2009. Collection Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. © Glenn Ligon.

The Whitney Museum of American Art's new home opens to the public on May 1. Installed...

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Barbara Kasten: New Peers in Contemporary Photography

(0) Comments | Posted April 22, 2015 | 9:01 PM

Documentation of Barbara Kasten working in her studio, New York, NY, 1983. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Kurt Kilgus.

"Barbara Kasten: Stages," curated by Alex Klein at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, is...

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Blinds and Bells: Haegue Yang's Retrospective at the Leeum in Seoul

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2015 | 8:08 PM

Haegue Yang, Courtesy the artist.

At Haegue Yang's exhibition at the Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul, "Shooting the Elephant 象 Thinking the Elephant," the visitor will encounter installations and sculptures composed of bright...

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