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Pictures at an Exhibition
Brent Wadden, Panel Grey, 2013, hand woven fibers, wool, cotton, and acrylic on canvas. COURTESY ALMINE RECH GALLERY/PERES PROJECTS, BERLIN AND MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, NY

Brent Wadden at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: Starting today, Brent Wadden‘s solo show is on view at Mitchell-Innes & Nash in New York through May 30, 2015. Wadden’s labor-intensive process involves working handwoven fibers, yarn, wool, cotton, and acrylic on … Read More


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Morning Links: Jasper Johns’ Assistant Edition

Castle Glin, the home of 29th (and last) Knight of Glin Desmond Fitzgerald, located in Limerick, Ireland, is on sale for €6.5. [The Art Newspaper] Director of the Tate Modern Chris Dercon will be leaving to become the artistic director … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Crystal Galindo, Por Vida Y Que, 2010, oil on canvas, 4 x 3 feet. COURTESY THE ARTIST

‘Crystal Galindo’ at Studio Grand, Oakland

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Fotos y Recuerdos: Works by Crystal Galindo,” is currently on view at Studio Grand in Oakland, California until the end of April. The exhibition offers large-scale … Read More


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Lake Iseo in Italy, the soon-to-be site of Christo's The Floating Piers.


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Morning Links: Christo Edition

Christo will create 4.5 kilometers of paths on Lake Iseo in Italy made of yellow nylon that will connect two of its islands to the mainland for the first time, allowing the public to “walk on water.” The Floating Piers will be his first major … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Tony Solis, Uriel, corneta y trompeta, 2015, digital print, 14½ x 18½ inches. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GALERÍA ENRIQUE GUERRERO, MEXICO CITY

Tony Solis at Galería Enrique Guerrero, Mexico City

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Tony Solis: La Marcha de los Gatitos Apachurrados,” is currently on view at Galería Enrique Guerrero in Mexico City until Saturday, May 2. Inspired by the … Read More


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Morning Links: The Art Hotel Edition

Saved from demolition by Jackie O. in the 1960s, the Renwick Gallery, the Smithsonian Institution’s decorative arts and crafts museum in Washington, D.C., will reopen  to the public on November 13th after a two-year, $30 million restoration. [The Art Newspaper] A group … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Liliana Porter, 'Reparar el piano y otros compromisos,' 2015, installation view. COURTESY RUTH BENZACAR GALERÍA DE ARTE

‘Liliana Porter: Reparar el piano y otros compromisos’ at Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Today’s show: “Liliana Porter: Reparar el piano y otros compromisos,” is currently on view at Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte in Buenos Aires until Friday, May 8. The … Read More


Features
A view of the new Whitney building from the West Side Highway. TIMOTHY SCHENCK/COURTESY WHITNEY MUSEUM

The Whitney Moves Downtown: Artists and Curators on the Museum’s History and Future

It’s not every day that an institution the size of the Whitney Museum moves to a different building. The Whitney began in 1914 as an informal salon founded by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. Whitney had amassed a collection of hundreds of … Read More


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Molly Soda's page for "This Is Not An Error."


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Morning Links: ‘This Is Not An Error’ Edition

The net value of works in the Tiroche DeLeon Collection art fund, a fund which invests in contemporary art from developing countries, grew 5% in 2014, thanks to two works by Ai Weiwei: Forever (2003), bought in 2011 for $805,000 and … Read More


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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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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


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Morning Links: ‘Random Darknet Shopper’ Edition

Curator of the yet-to-open West Kowloon museum M+, Tobias Berger, who has worked there for the past four years, will leave in May to become head of the cultural center in Hong Kong’s Central Police Station (CPS). [The Art Newspaper] Democrats introduced two … Read More