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Philadelphia Museum of Art Announces Three Staff Appointments

Change is afoot at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with news of three staff changes. Two are promotions and one is a new hire.Alexandra Kirtley, previously associate curator of American decorative arts, has been promoted to curator. Jennifer Thompson, associate curator of European … Read More


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Larry Bell installing his current Hauser & Wirth show "From the '60s." COURTESY HAUSER & WIRTH

Coast to Coast: Frank Stella and Larry Bell on the 1960s Los Angeles Art Scene

In 1965, Larry Bell had his first solo show in New York, at the Pace Gallery. This was a major event for a Los Angeles artist, especially at a time when the art world turned all of its attention toward … Read More


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Nicole R. Myers.

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Dallas Museum of Art Appoints Nicole R. Myers Curator of Painting and Sculpture

Olivier Meslay, the associate director of curatorial affairs at the Dallas Museum of Art, announced today that Nicole R. Myers has been named the Lillian and James H. Clark Curator of Painting and Sculpture, effective February 29. Myers will be … Read More


Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
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8 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

A guide to the next seven days Read More


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Morning Links: Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Edition

Must-read stories from around the art world Read More


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Ann Freedman Settles With the De Soles in Knoedler Trial Over $8.3 M. Fake Rothko

The collectors’ suit against the gallery will continue Read More


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Marisa Takal, Sipping Straightening the Nuts are One Are You? Am I Crazy? "Can I Do This?", 2015, Oil on canvas, 52x37 inches.

Rema Hort Mann Foundation Names 2016 Los Angeles Artist Grantees

The Rema Hort Mann Foundation today announced the recipients of its 2016 Emerging Artist Grants in Los Angeles, which provide unrestricted funds stipend of $10,000. In addition, the foundation offered the first ever Stanley Hollander Award, which gives an additional $5,000 to one … Read More


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‘I Think That Discomfort Is a Really Positive Place for Us All to Be In’: Keith J. Varadi on His New Show, Facebook, and Gambling

This Saturday, the artist and curator Keith J. Varadi opens “Free Wi-Fi, Comedy” at Night Gallery in his hometown, Los Angeles. The centerpiece of the show is a first for Varadi: a film. The 12-minute movie starts at Good Luck … Read More


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Here Is the New Eckhaus Latta Video for the Hammer Museum ‘Made in L.A.’ Biennial

It’s Friday afternoon and you deserve to wind down with this new video created by the fashion label Eckhaus Latta alongside Alexa Karolinski for the forthcoming Hammer Museum Biennial titled “Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only.”The video—which doubles … Read More


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Mexico City’s Lulu Expands

Since opening in 2013, the enterprising Mexico City project space named Lulu has operated out of an immaculate white cube within the studio of the artist Martin Soto Climent, who started and runs the venture with curator Chris Sharp. Despite measuring … Read More


Retrospective
Installation view of the Robert Ryman survey, currently on view at Dia Art Foundation. ©ROBERT RYMAN/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK/BILL JACOBSON/COURTESY THE GREENWICH COLLECTION, LTD./DIA ART FOUNDATION, NEW YORK

Double Positive: Carter Ratcliff on Robert Ryman’s Meditative Monochromes, in 1971

In honor of a survey of his paintings at the Dia Art Foundation in New York, below is a 1971 essay about Robert Ryman’s white-on-white paintings. Written by Carter Ratcliff, the essay questions how Ryman’s work can be categorized. Are … Read More


Artists Habitat
Mika Horibuchi photographed in her studio on January 25, 2016.
 
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Habitat: Mika Horibuchi

Habitat is a weekly series that visits with artists in their workspaces.This week’s studio: Mika Horibuchi; Ukrainian Village, Chicago. “Do you see a rabbit or a duck?” Mika Horibuchi asked as we looked at a simple drawing that once appeared in a German … Read More


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Issue Project Room’s 2016 Artists-In-Residence Will Be Keith Connolly and Cecilia Corrigan

Today, Brooklyn’s Issue Project Room announced the two recipients of their 2016 artists-in-residence program: Keith Connolly and Cecilia Corrigan, both based in New York. The program enlists artists to create time-based works with the support of the institution.Connolly is a founding … Read More


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Here’s the Artist List for the 2016 Ireland’s Biennial

EVA International–Ireland’s Biennial announced the artist list today for its 2016 edition. Titled “Still (the) Barbarians,” this year’s biennial features 57 artists, all of whom focus on the fallout of colonialism in their work. Koyo Kouoh, the founder of Dakar’s … Read More