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VIA ABC

Morning Links: Artist-Run Super PAC Edition

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Retrospective
COURTESY MAGNUS

‘Can Computers Be Programmed to Appreciate Art?’: The Machine as Viewer, in 1977

With the recent release of Magnus, an app that can recognize artworks using visual data, we turn back to the Summer 1977 issue of ARTnews, in which the editors wondered if it was possible for a computer to appreciate art. “Would there … Read More


Pictures at an Exhibition
Installation view of Richard Prince's 2016 solo exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, London. ©RICHARD PRINCE/COURTESY SADIE COLES HQ, LONDON

Richard Prince at Sadie Coles HQ, London

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Prince. 

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Morning Links: Prince Edition

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Pictures at an Exhibition
Installation view of "Mathieu Malouf: Toilet," 2016, at Jenny’s. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND JENNY’S, LOS ANGELES

Mathieu Malouf at Jenny’s, Los Angeles

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Morning Links: Ace Gallery Edition

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Pictures at an Exhibition
Installation view of "8 Femmes," 2016, at Office Baroque, Brussels. ©2016 SVEN LAURENT

‘8 Femmes’ at Office Baroque, Brussels

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News
COURTESY MODESTO RADIO MUSEUM

Morning Links: Solid Gold Edition

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Pictures at an Exhibition
Yuji Agematsu, Table Work, 2011–14, mixed media, douglas fir, cork, and acrylic paint. MICHAEL UNDERWOOD/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND REAL FINE ARTS, NEW YORK

‘No. 6’ at Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles

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News
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How Is the Art World Spending Its Money This Presidential Election Season? A Breakdown of Campaign Contributions

The art world has never shied away from politics, and this particularly absurd campaign season is no exception. Below is a list that looks at the financial contributions that people at the high end of the art market are making toward the … Read More


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Morning Links: Barbara Bush Edition

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Pictures at an Exhibition
Elisabeth Hase, Zwei Gefangene (Two Prisoners), 1950, vintage silver print. ©THE ESTATE OF ELISABETH HASE/COURTESY ROBERT MANN GALLERY

Elisabeth Hase at Robert Mann Gallery, New York

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Event Horizon: Art Happenings Around New York

9 Art Events To Attend In New York City This Week

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News
The fake Rothko at the center of the Knoedler Gallery dispute.

Morning Links: Knoedler Gallery Edition

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