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Christine Tohmé. Photo by Tarek Moukaddem.


Sharjah Art Foundation Appoints Christine Tohmé Curator of the Sharjah Biennial 13

The Sharjah Art Foundation has named Christine Tohmé curator of Sharjah Biennial 13, which opens in March 2017.In 1993, Tohmé founded the contemporary art nonprofit Ashkal Alwan, the Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts, which supports the development, creation, and dissemination … Read More

Katherine Bernhardt's Jungle Junk (Laptops, Apple Computers, Headphones, Telephones, Cigarettes, Toilet Paper, Plantains, and Bananas), 2015. 


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After a 16-Month Run, Baltimore’s Mysterious Freddy Gallery Will Close

On Friday, June 13, of last year, a gallery called Freddy opened its doors on West Franklin Street in Baltimore with plans for six months of programming. Now, 16 months later, the gallery has decided to make the show it is opening this … Read More

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Zachary Kaplan.


Rhizome Names Zachary Kaplan Executive Director

Rhizome’s board announced today that its assistant director, Zachary Kaplan, has been named executive director. In a statement, Kaplan said, “In my two years here, I’ve seen the impact of Rhizome’s work on the artists we support, on the fields … Read More

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Artpace Appoints Veronique Le Melle as Executive Director

Artpace, in San Antonio, Texas, announced today that Veronique Le Melle will be the the nonprofit contemporary art space’s new executive director. Le Melle is slated to start on January 18 of next year.Much of Le Melle’s career has been … Read More

William Kentridge; Tide Table; film still; 2003; Video Projection: 16mm, 35mm, and video with sound, transferred to Betacam and DVD; 8 min.; The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University (Waltham, MA)

Rose Art Museum Opens Satellite Gallery, Rosebud, to ‘Activate Public Engagement’

Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum has opened an offsite gallery in an empty commercial space in downtown Waltham, Massachusetts, the Boston suburb that the Rose calls home.Named Rosebud, the gallery will showcase video work from the museum’s collection and, according to a news release, aims to … Read More


Nicole Eisenman, LaToya Ruby Frazier Among MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Winners

The MacArthur Foundation announced their 24 fellows for 2015, a title that comes with a $625,000 stipend. Among the winners of the “Genius Grant” are New York–based artist Nicole Eisenman, whose citation from the foundation states that she is “expanding … Read More

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Morning Links: Ancient Rome Edition

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Nan Goldin, Pawel's Back, East Hampton, 1996, 1996, Cibachrome print. COURTESY THE TANG TEACHING MUSEUM/PHOTO: ARTHUR EVANS

Tang Museum Receives More Than 500 Photographs From Ellsworth Kelly Foundation Executive Director

The Tang Teaching Museum, in Saratoga Springs, New York, announced today that Jack Shear, the executive director of the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation, has given the museum over 500 photographs. The news comes three months after the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation gave … Read More

Kenneth Goldsmith at The White House in 2011. WIKIPEDIA COMMONS

Kenneth Goldsmith in The New Yorker: ‘Nobody in the Art World Wanted to Read’

The October 5 edition of The New Yorker contains a profile of the controversial conceptual poet Kenneth Goldsmith in which he states that, in regards to his early text-based artworks, “nobody in the art world wanted to read, and I love … Read More

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Maxwell Anderson Leaves Dallas Museum of Art for New Cities Foundation

Maxwell Anderson, the director of the Dallas Museum of Art, has resigned his post to take a job as the director of grant programs at the New Cities Foundation in New York City. Anderson has been at the DMA for … Read More

Aerin Lauder lipstick in Poppy. 


Morning Links: Berlin Nights Edition

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The Rise of the New York Art Book Fair: A Look at the Numbers

With 370 exhibitors and 35,000 visitors, this year’s fair was bigger than ever Read More

Liz Deschenes "Gallery 7" (2015) Silver-toned gelatin silver prints mounted to aluminum, pigment prints on acrylic, artist’s frames. COURTESY WALKER ART CENTER/T.B. WALKER ACQUISITION FUND, 2015

Walker Art Center Announces 200 Recent Acquisitions

The Walker Art Center, in Minneapolis, announced today it has acquired 200 new works through donation and purchase over the past year. The acquisitions include pieces by artists such as Trisha Brown, Beauford Delaney, Chuck Close, Joseph Kosuth, Liz Larner, Allen … Read More