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Jac Leirner at Museo Tamayo

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Art of the City
Bob Thompson, Triumph of Bacchus, 1964COURTESY WHITNEY MUSEUM

The Whitney’s Final Uptown Hang: Lots of Men and a Few Heartening Surprises

It’s Tuesday, September 2, the day after Labor Day. The new season is here. Some brave galleries are opening tonight and tomorrow, and Thursday is looking pretty much like pure mayhem. I should have spent a final weekend at the … Read More


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Jenny Saville at Gagosian

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Ed Atkins at Palais de Tokyo

Paris Read More


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A detail of Roxy Paine’s Checkpoint, 2014. COURTESY ROXY PAINE STUDIO AND MARIANNE BOESKY GALLERY, NEW YORK

Roxy Paine Creates TSA Checkpoint in Wood

The artist’s work comments on the power roles often played out at airport security checks Read More


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All Together Now: Artists and Crowdsourcing

In galleries, public spaces, and online, artists are orchestrating pieces that can only be completed by you Read More


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Andy Freeberg, Mitchell Innes & Nash, 2006.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND KOPEKIN GALLERY, LOS ANGELES

Morning Links: Air of Exclusivity Edition

Detroit’s bankruptcy trial begins today, “and the fate of the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) hangs in the balance.” [The Art Newspaper] Indian writers declare Louise Blouin “an international fraud.” [New York Post] “[V]isits to numerous galleries and interviews with … Read More


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'Women and birds' (1968), a piece from the collection estimated to sell for as much as $11 million.

COURTESY WIKIART

Judge Okays Sale of Portugal’s $50 M. Miró Cache

A judge in Portugal has ruled that the Portuguese government may sell a cache of 85 works by Joan Miró, Le Monde reports. The works fell under government custody with the nationalization of BPN bank in 2008. The sale was … Read More


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Bread to Broad

The Art Newspaper reports that the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University has commissioned an organization called the Flatbread Society to build a grain pit and a clay oven as part of a residency program that … Read More


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Here Are the Restaurants You’ll Find at Frieze London and Frieze Masters

Frieze, likely the most epicurean of all art fairs, has announced the restaurant line-up for its London edition, opening October 15. Frieze London, the contemporary fair, will feature Bocca Di Lupo, Brunswick House: Raw, Caravan and Caravan To-Go, GAILS’s Artisan … Read More


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Carlos Cruz-Diez at Louis Stern Fine Arts

West Hollywood, California Read More


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Tony Greene at MAK Center

Los Angeles Read More


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Morris Graves, Crow, Surf and Moon, 1943, ink and transparent and opaque watercolor 
on lightweight beige Japanese paper, now mounted on rag board, 25½" x 30¾". SEATTLE ART MUSEUM, GIFT OF THE MARSHALL AND HELEN HATCH COLLECTION, IN HONOR OF THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

‘Modernism in the Pacific Northwest’ at Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Read More


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Morning Links: Clam Bake Edition

Here’s an interview in which Gilbert and George discuss the changing world, ahead of two new shows in Paris and London: “Mr. Passmore: We saw this very nice chap in a hooded sweatshirt walking in our neighborhood and asked to … Read More