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


News
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

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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

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News

Morning Links: Assassin’s Creed II Edition

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News
Amedeo Modigliani, Nu couché (Reclining Nude), 1917–18. COURTESY CHRISTIE'S

$100 M. Modigliani Will Lead ‘Artist’s Muse’ Sale at Christie’s

Christie’s auction house in New York will be selling Amedeo Modigliani’s Nu couché (Reclining Nude) at a special evening sale of 20th century art on Monday, November 9, organized around the theme of “The Artist’s Muse.” The auction will kick off … Read More


News
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


Market News The Talent
COURTESY THE ARTIST AND CASEY KAPLAN

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

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Artists News
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


News
Christov-Bakargiev.RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF TURKEY

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


News
United Colors of Benetton ad from 1992.

VIA INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES

Morning Links: United Colors of Benetton Edition

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News
COURTESY COOPER UNION

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