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Gallery Openings September 2015 New York

A Quick Look at the Beginning of the Fall Art Season in New York

Technically speaking, fall begins in the New York art world before summer even ends, with many galleries starting the new season next week, opening shows after August vacations. If you want to know where to go for openings, you’ll have to … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
'Dear Nemesis: Nicole Eisenman ,' 2015, installation view.COURTESY THE ARTIST, SUSANNE VIELMETTER LOS ANGELES PROJECTS, AND MOCA SAN DIEGO

‘Dear Nemesis: Nicole Eisenman 1993-2013’ at MOCA San Diego

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Dear Nemesis: Nicole Eisenman 1993-2013” is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego. The exhibition is the largest mid-career survey of Eisenman’s work … Read More


Artists Books
Pages from Skin & Bone, issue one.COURTESY SKIN & BONE

‘The Human Body Is Very Raw’: An Interview With Skin & Bone Magazine

In a new small-format (5½ by 8 inches) magazine called Skin & Bone, photographers Philip Campbell and Brandon Shade explore the male form—all of its nooks and crannies included. The volume, which has the polished feel of an artist book, includes images they each shot … Read More


News The Talent
Perri Irmer. 

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Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History Names Perri Irmer President and CEO

The DuSable Museum of African American History has announced the appointment of Perri Irmer, an attorney, architect, and facilities management professional, as its new president and CEO, effective September 14, the Chicago Tribune reported.Irmer’s appointment will end a months-long absence … Read More


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‘A Museum Is Not Only A Place Unto Itself’: Franklin Sirmans on Becoming the Director of Miami’s Pérez Art Museum

This week, Franklin Sirmans was named the director of the Pérez Art Museum in Miami. The museum, which opened in 1984, finished a massive renovation project in 2013, with a new building designed by Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron. … Read More


Retrospective
Jack Tworkov, Alternative IX (OC-Q1-78 #5), 1978, oil on canvas. COURTESY THE ESTATE OF JACK TWORKOV AND ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES, NEW YORK

Drawing With Paint: Douglas Crimp on Jack Tworkov, in 1971

With a show of works by Jack Tworkov having opened yesterday at Alexander Gray Associates, we turn back to our March 1971 issue, in which the art historian Douglas Crimp, who was then a curatorial assistant at the Guggenheim, reviewed … Read More


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Matt Saunders, Poelzig / The Intricate Alps, 2015, 3 channel HD video projection, custom screens. COURTESY DECORDOVA SCULPTURE PARK AND MUSEUM AND MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY, NEW YORK

Matt Saunders Wins the deCordova Sculpture Park’s Rappaport Prize

The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum announced today that Matt Saunders has won its Rappaport Prize, which is given annually to a contemporary artist whose practice is somehow involved with New England. The Berlin– and Boston–based artist now joins such … Read More


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DARC for SPILL Festival of Performance, London 2015. Photo by Manuel Vason.

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Morning Links: Menstrual Blood Edition

Olafur Eliasson has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a solar-powered cell phone charger, which he co-designed. [The Art Newspaper]A review of “Opus Hypnagogia: Sacred Spaces of Visionary and Vernacular Art” at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn. [The New York … Read More


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The medal.WIKIMEDIA

John Baldessari, Meredith Monk Will Receive National Medals of Arts at the White House

The White House announced today that President Barack Obama will present the 2014 National Medals of Arts to John Baldessari, Ann Hamilton, Meredith Monk, and more in a ceremony on September 10. The full list of recipients, who were selected by the National … Read More


Artists consumer reports
Juliana Huxtable. MATT LAMBERT

Consumer Reports: Juliana Huxtable

Juliana Huxtable is a New York-based poet, artist, model, and DJ. In her work, Huxtable explores the mutating nature of identity, utilizing race, gender and queerness as mediums to explore post-identity politics. Huxtable was included in the 2015 New Museum … Read More


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Iona Rozeal Brown’s Battle of Yestermore. 

COURTESY PERFORMA/VIA NEW YORK OBSERVER

Performa and Lafayette Anticipation to Launch Partnership At 2015 Biennial

Today, Performa announced a new partnership with the Paris-based arts organization Lafayette Anticipation, Fondation Galeries Lafayette, which will begin with Performa’s 2015 biennial this November.Founded in 2013, Lafayette Anticipation is known for generating new works by contemporary artists, with a special emphasis … Read More


Habitat News
Barnaby Furnas photographed in his Chelsea studio on July 22. 
 KATHERINE MCMAHON

Habitat: Barnaby Furnas

Habitat is a weekly series that visits with artists in their workspaces Read More


News
The skate park in question. LEN JACKSON/KENNEDY CENTER

There Is Now A Skate Park At The Kennedy Center

The Washingtonian reported this week that for the upcoming exhibition “Finding a Line: Skateboarding, Music, and Media,” The Kennedy Center will be installing a full-on skate park (a bowl, small ramps, and skateable fixtures) on its front plaza.The show—which runs from … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Niele Toroni, Chutes, 2000, imprints of a no. 50 brush repeated at regular intervals of 30 cm. COURTESY SWISS INSTITUTE

‘Niele Toroni’ at Swiss Institute

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday Read More