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Pictures at an Exhibition
Juliet Jacobson, Mirror from Fort Greene (Drawing #11), 2015, Graphite and colored pencil on paper.COURTESY TWO RAMS.

‘Juliet Jacobson: There Is Nothing Perfectly Beautiful Except the Invisible’ at Two Rams

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Juliet Jacobson: There Is Nothing Perfectly Beautiful Except the Invisible” is currently on view at Two Rams in New York until June 8. The show features a selection of the artist’s works created with … Read More


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The Other Room's opening show includes a new commission by Marianne Vitale, Joint Fence (for Jasper), 2015.

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Morning Links: The Other Room Edition

Shia LeBeouf made video art with Central Saint Martins fine arts students. [The Guardian]Jutta Koether’s “Fortune” at Bortolami. [Contemporary Art Daily]In the largest police raid in China’s history, police arrested 175 people for looting ancient artifacts in the Liaoning province … Read More


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Installation view of 'Park McArthur: Ramps' at Essex Street.COURTESY ESSEX STREET

Artadia Awards Grants to All 10 New York Finalists

For its first round of artist grants in New York, the nonprofit organization Artadia announced that it is giving prizes to all 10 of its finalists. This is also the first time they’ve given all of their finalists grants.Park McArthur … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Portrait of Agostino Mascardi, black, red, and white chalk on paper. ©BEAUX-ARTS DE PARIS/T. OLLIVIER/J.-M. LAPELERIE

‘Portraits From the École des Beaux-Arts Paris’ at The Drawing Center

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.Today’s show: “Portraits from the École des Beaux-Arts Paris” is currently on view at The Drawing Center in New York until June 28. Forty works have been chosen from the … Read More


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A portion of the computer code for an algorithm that recently sold at auction, designed by Chris Maury at Pittsburgh-based Conversant Labs.


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Morning Links: Algorithms Edition

Boston has been named the most inspiring city for young artists. [Hyperallergic]Group show, “Die Marmory Show II: Impoverishment,” curated by Nikola Dietrich and featuring Leidy Churchman, Shannon Ebner, Judith Hopf, Tobias Madison, Park McArthur, Manfred Pernice & Martin Städeli, Christoph Schäfer, … Read More


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Women in the Art World

The June 2015 issue of ARTnews explores the position of women in the arts today by looking at current statistics, asking artists of several generations to respond to those figures, and analyzing the stereotypes that women encounter in the art world Read More


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Cara Despain’s 2014 poster for Micol Hebron’s Gallery Tally project representing the overall percentage of women artists represented in New York and L.A. galleries. COURTESY CARA DESPAIN FOR MICOL HEBRON’S GALLERY TALLY PROJECT

Women in the Art World: An Introduction

In the 45 years since Linda Nochlin provocatively asked in ARTnews, “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” we have regularly revisited the question, wondering whether, as Nochlin argued, institutional power structures have made it “impossible for women to … Read More


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Jamian Juliano-Villani, Apparition of Master, 2015. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Jamian Juliano-Villani Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1987, lives in Brooklyn, … Read More


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Betty Tompkins, Kiss Painting #8, 2014. COURTESY GALERIE RODOLPHE JANSSEN, BRUSSELS, AND GAVLAK GALLERY, LOS ANGELES

Betty Tompkins Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1945, lives in New … Read More


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Mickalene Thomas, Racquel #6, 2013. COURTESY MICKALENE THOMAS AND ARTIST RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK

Mickalene Thomas Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1971, lives in New … Read More


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Eleanor Antin, Judgement of Paris (after Rubens), 2007, from the “Helen’s Odyssey” series. COURTESY RONALD FELDMAN FINE ARTS, NEW YORK

Eleanor Antin Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1935, lives in San … Read More


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Shahzia Sikander, Untitled, 1993. COURTESY SIKANDER STUDIO

Shahzia Sikander Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in Pakistan in 1969, lives … Read More


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Cindy Sherman, Untitled #550, 2010/2012. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND METRO PICTURES, NEW YORK

Cindy Sherman Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1954, lives in New … Read More


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Carolee Schneeman, Flange 6RPM, 2011–12. SUSAN ALZNER, PPOW GALLERY 2013/COURTESY THE ARTIST

Carolee Schneeman Responds

The following is a response to Maura Reilly’s article “Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes” about the current statistics of Women in the Art World. Our coverage begins with our Editor’s Letter.Born in 1939, lives in Springtown, … Read More