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Still from Senga Nengudi's Freeway Fets, 
1978. 

COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THOMAS ERBEN GALLERY/VIA DOMINIQUE LEVY GALLERY

Dominique Lévy To Open Third-Floor Space With A Senga Nengudi Show

Dominique Lévy is opening its new third floor project space, called The Back Room, with an inaugural exhibition of Senga Nengudi’s 1970s-era sculptures and performance photographs, the Upper East Side gallery announced today. The show will open on September 10 … Read More


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Hugh Scott-Douglas Joins Casey Kaplan in New York

New York’s Casey Kaplan gallery now represents Hugh Scott-Douglas, who is perhaps best known for abstract, pattern-rich panels and installations that he makes using a wide variety of techniques—from photography to laser cutting to inkjet printing—that take as their subject and … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Evi Keller, Untitled (detail)©EVI KELLER/ COURTESY GALERIE JEANNE BUCHER JAEGER, PARIS

‘Evi Keller: Matière-Lumière’ at Galerie Jaeger Bucher

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Evi Keller: Matière-Lumière” is currently on view at Galerie Jaeger Bucher in Paris. The exhibition, Keller’s first at the gallery, features a projection room with audiovisual work, photographic prints, and … Read More


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Outside of The Temporary Suburban (L to R): Participating artist's
Kris Komakech, Nathaniel Russel, Tricia Paik, Emily Kennerk, Marco Querin and The Suburban's Brad Killam. MICHELLE GRABNER

Before Moving to Milwaukee, Michelle Grabner’s Oak Park Garage Gallery, The Suburban, Makes a Pit Stop in Indianapolis

Last Friday, the Indianapolis Museum of Art opened The Temporary Suburban, a pop-up gallery in the institution’s Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park. The Temporary Suburban is at once an extension of the museum’s current exhibition (“Michelle Grabner: Weaving … Read More


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Here’s the 2015 Istanbul Biennial’s Participant List

The excitement never ends with the 2015 Istanbul Biennial! Last month, its director, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev (CCB) told an interviewer, “With me there is no list of artists, there will never be a list of artists.” But today the biennial released a list—not of artists, … Read More


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Morning Links: United Colors of Benetton Edition

Jeff Koons will present his own Pluto and Proserpina (2010-13) in Florence’s Piazza della Signoria next to a replica of Michelangelo’s David. [The Art Newspaper]Luciano Benetton, founder of United Colors of Benetton, commissioned “Imago Mundi,” an exhibition of 7,000 works by … Read More


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Cooper Union Agrees to Deal to End Lawsuit, Could Lead to Return to Tuition-Free Status

Cooper Union has struck a deal–overseen by Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general–that could help solve the school’s fiscal crisis, and might also lead the institution to eventually return to its longstanding tuition-free model. The school’s administration started charging students in 2014, … Read More


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Phillips Adds Two Senior Executives To Contemporary, Modern Art Staff

Bloomberg reports today that Phillips auction house has hired Hugues Joffre and Jean-Paul Egelen as new senior executives, beefing up the auction house’s contemporary and modern department.According to a release today from Philips, Joffre–formally a senior international director at Christe’s–is the new … Read More


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Denver Art Museum Announces Major Show of Female Abstract Expressionists

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) announced today that it will have a major exhibition about female Abstract Expressionists in summer 2016. Titled “Women of Abstract Expressionism,” the show will feature more than 50 works by 12 artists. Following its run … Read More


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Irma Stern, Pimento Harvest, 1962, oil on canvas.COURTESY IZIKO SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL GALLERY

‘Brushing Up on Stern’ at Iziko South African National Gallery

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Henry Darger, "Watch Where You Are Going Kid You'll Run Smack Into Those Phanto Flowers."

Christie’s Folk Art Sale Includes Hamilton Bust, Late Henry Darger Painting

Christie’s will hold its sale of Important American Furniture, Outsider and Folk Art on September 24, at Rockefeller Center in New York. Among the 117 lots are 25 selections from Credit Suisse’s Americana Collection, including a Gilbert Stuart portrait of … Read More


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Alina Szapocznikow, lluminowana (Illuminated Woman), 1966-67. ©THE ESTATE OF ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW/COURTESY THE ESTATE OF ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW; PIOTR STANLISAWSKI; ANDREA ROSEN GALLERY, NEW YORK; AND GALERIE LOEVENBRUCK, PARIS

Andrea Rosen Gallery Now Represents the Estate of Alina Szapocznikow

New York’s Andrea Rosen Gallery announced today that it now represents the estate of Alina Szapocznikow. On October 30, the Chelsea gallery will open its first solo show of the Polish-born artist, who died in 1973 at age 47. Szapocznikow’s estate … Read More


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Here’s the 2015 Pulse Miami Beach Exhibitor List

For its 11th edition, the Pulse Miami Beach fair is returning to Indian Beach Park this year with new dates and an expanded layout. Whereas the fair has begun on the first Thursday of December for the past decade, this year’s edition will begin on Tuesday, … Read More


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Morning Links: Temple of Bel Edition

Must-read stories from around the art world Read More