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Installation view of 'Dave Muller: Sublime Memory Garden' at Blum & Poe, Tokyo.COURTESY BLUM & POE

Blum & Poe Plans to Go Carbon Neutral by 2016

Blum & Poe announced today in an email that it aims to become carbon neutral by the end of 2016, and that it has been “green-certified” by the Los Angeles-based nonprofit Arts: Earth Partnership. The gallery, which has branches in … Read More


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Kara Walker Didn’t Like Toni Morrison’s New Book, ‘God Help The Child’

The New York Times solicited artist Kara Walker (creator of last year’s now-iconic Domino Sugar Factory sugar sphinx) to review Toni Morrison’s latest work of fiction, God Help The Child—in Walker’s words, “a brisk modern-day fairy tale with shades of … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Patrick Martinez, Strange Fruit, 2015, ceramic. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY

‘Patrick Martinez: Forbidden Fruit’ at New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Patrick Martinez: Forbidden Fruit” is currently on view at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood, California, until May 9. The show features a range of new paintings and … Read More


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Outsider Art Fair Moves to New Locations in Paris and New York

The Outsider Art Fair, which will be held in Paris this fall and in New York next winter, has settled on new locations for both of its forthcoming iterations. In Paris, the fair will move to the Hôtel du Duc, … Read More


Open Sesame: Art Events in New York
Shakyamuni Beneficial to See (detail); Tibet (Drigung School Monastery); early 14th century; Pritzker Family Collection.


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9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 Opening: Alexander Calder at Dominique Lévy “MULTIUM IN PARVO” (“much in little) is the Latinate name of this Calder exhibition, arranged in collaboration with the Calder Foundation. It presents Calder’s tiniest works, the heights of which range … Read More


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Longtime Frieze PR Belinda Bowring Heads to Christie’s

Belinda Bowring, who has been head of communications for the Frieze Art Fair for nearly ten years, is moving to Christie’s, where she starts this week as head of public relations for postwar and contemporary art. She will be based in London. … Read More


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Warhol Museum Names Keny Marshall Director of Exhibitions

Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum announced today that it has tapped Keny Marshall to be its director of exhibitions. Marshall, “a consultant working with artists and museums to design, fabricate, and install interactive artworks and complex installation projects,” according to the … Read More


Dispatches
Bob Mizer, Untitled (Larry Lamb, Catalog #UH1-FH), Los Angeles, 1963. COURTESY VENUS OVER MANHATTAN AND BOB MIZER FOUNDATION, INC.

City Slicker: Cowboy Fanatic Dylan Brant Curates Show at Venus Over Manhattan

On a recent afternoon, Dylan Brant, stepson of media mogul and art collector Peter Brant, whom he refers to as “Dad,” was in the office at Venus Over Manhattan, Adam Lindemann’s gallery on the Upper East Side. Brant was preparing … Read More


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Great Wall of China.


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Morning Links: Great Wall of China Edition

Chinese archeologists have found an additional six-mile stretch of the Great Wall on the border of the Gansu province and the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. [The Art Newspaper] Anri Sala was once again named France’s leading artist in a survey taken … Read More


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How Are Art Fairs Doing This Year?

A look at attendance and exhibitor numbers Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Miriam Böhm, At On, Equally II, 2015. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND RATIO 3, SAN FRANCISCO

‘Miriam Böhm: At On’ at Ratio 3, San Francisco

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Miriam Böhm:At On” is currently on view at Ratio 3 in San Francisco until April 25, and displays the artist’s first set of sculptural works as well as new photographic … Read More


Books
David Wojnarowicz, Arthur Rimbaud in New York (times square), 1978-79, gelatin-silver print. ©THE ESTATE OF DAVID WOJNAROWICZ/COURTESY P.P.O.W. GALLERY

‘He Would Rage On’: Aperture Reissues David Wojnarowicz’s ‘Brush Fires in the Social Landscape’

In Brush Fires in the Social Landscape, the book of David Wojnarowicz’s photo-based work that was published posthumously in 1994, cameras are passed from artist to artist, artist to critic, critic to librarian. They move between people like AIDS, the disease which … Read More


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Still from the Theresa Duncan game Chop Suey.

Rhizome Makes Pioneering ’90s Theresa Duncan Games Available Online

Starting today, a trio of interactive games created in the mid-’90s by the late American video game designer, blogger, filmmaker, and critic Theresa Duncan are available to play online via the digital arts organization Rhizome. Spearheaded by Rhizome archivist Dragan … Read More


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Sally Mann's photo "White Skates" (1990).


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‘I Was Blinded By The Controversy’: Sally Mann Publishes An Excerpt From Her Forthcoming Memoir

The New York Times Magazine published an excerpt from photographer Sally Mann’s forthcoming memoir, “Hold Still: A Memoir With Photographs,” which will be out in May. Mann is best known—or is most infamous—for her third collection, “Immediate Family,” which first … Read More