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Auto Companies Deliver Sponsorship for Contemporary Art

Looking to align themselves with creativity, innovation, and globalism, auto companies are becoming major sponsors at contemporary-art museums Read More


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Yutaka Sone’s Hot Tropics and Marble Cityscapes

Inside the exuberant, poetic landscapes of Yutaka Sone Read More


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Robert Arneson, Typewriter, 1965. ©ROBERT ARNESON/UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY ART MUSEUM AND PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE, GIFT OF THE ARTIST

Wacky, ‘Other’ Art at the RISD Museum

‘What Nerve!’ brings together four movements or collectives of alternative American art after 1960 Read More


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David Lynch, He Has His Tools and Chemicals, 2013. COLLECTION OF FRANK AND BERTA GEHRY

David Lynch’s Dark Days

The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts brings together Lynch’s early and recent works, beginning September 13 Read More


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Toni Ross and Jean Pagliuso at The Drawing Room

East Hampton Read More


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Ann Toebbe at Steven Zevitas

Boston Read More


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Arne Svenson, accused of being a Peeping Tom, used a telephoto lens to shoot through uncovered windows. The Neighbors #11 (detail), 2012, pigment print. ©ARNE SVENSON/COURTESY JULIE SAUL GALLERY, NEW YORK

When Does Surveillance Art Cross the Line?

Changes in technology and conventions are raising questions about what it means to invade others’ privacy in the name of art Read More


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‘Daughter of Bad Girls’ at Klaus von Nichtssagend

New York Read More


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Adia Millett at Mixed Greens

New York Read More


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Naomi Fisher at Home Alone 2

New York Read More


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High Heels Follow Architecture and Design at Brooklyn Museum

A new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum offers artistic takes on the high heel Read More


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“Decorum: Carpets and Tapestries by Artists” at Power Station of Art

Shanghai Read More


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Ralph Fasanella at Smithsonian American Art Museum

Washington, D.C. Read More


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Nancy Grossman at Michael Rosenfeld

New York Read More


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‘Light3’ at Fridman

New York Read More


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Richard Rezac at Rhona Hoffman

Chicago Read More


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Pierre Dorion at Jack Shainman

New York Read More


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Retrospective: The Louvre’s Art Protection during World War I

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


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Mark Reynolds: Rational Art About Irrational Numbers

Mark Reynolds makes kaleidoscopic drawings that explore ratios, musical chords, and space itself Read More


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‘Unedited History, Iran 1960–2014′ at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

Paris Read More


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Federico Herrero, Pan de azucar, 2014, acrylic, oil, spray paint, and felt-tip pen on canvas, 65" x 59". ©2013 STUDIO MICHEL ZABÉ/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND KURIMANZUTTO, MEXICO CITY/SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM, NEW YORK, GUGGENHEIM UBS MAP PURCHASE FUND

‘Under the Same Sun’ at Guggenheim Museum

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Jeff Koons, Metallic Venus, 2010–12, mirror-polished stainless steel with transparent color coating and live flowering plants, 100" x 52" x 40". Whitney Museum. ©JEFF KOONS/COURTESY FUNDACIÓN ALMINE Y BERNARD RUIZ-PICASSO PARA EL ARTE/PRIVATE COLLECTION

Jeff Koons at Whitney Museum and Rockefeller Center

New York Read More


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Flatbread Inspires Exhibition, Symposia in Grain Belt

The Flatbread Society brings its flatbread workshop, among other things, to Broad at MSU Read More


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Jac Leirner at Museo Tamayo

Mexico City Read More


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Jenny Saville at Gagosian

London Read More


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Ed Atkins at Palais de Tokyo

Paris Read More


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A detail of Roxy Paine’s Checkpoint, 2014. COURTESY ROXY PAINE STUDIO AND MARIANNE BOESKY GALLERY, NEW YORK

Roxy Paine Creates TSA Checkpoint in Wood

The artist’s work comments on the power roles often played out at airport security checks Read More


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All Together Now: Artists and Crowdsourcing

In galleries, public spaces, and online, artists are orchestrating pieces that can only be completed by you Read More


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Carlos Cruz-Diez at Louis Stern Fine Arts

West Hollywood, California Read More


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Tony Greene at MAK Center

Los Angeles Read More


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Morris Graves, Crow, Surf and Moon, 1943, ink and transparent and opaque watercolor 
on lightweight beige Japanese paper, now mounted on rag board, 25½" x 30¾". SEATTLE ART MUSEUM, GIFT OF THE MARSHALL AND HELEN HATCH COLLECTION, IN HONOR OF THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

‘Modernism in the Pacific Northwest’ at Seattle Art Museum

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James Lee Byars, The World Flag, 1991, gold lamé, 161" x 85" x 6". MoMA PS1.COURTESY MICHAEL WERNER GALLERY, NEW YORK AND LONDON

James Lee Byars at MoMA PS1 and Michael Werner

New York Read More


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Olive Ayhens at Lori Bookstein Fine Art

New York Read More


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Walter Robinson at LYNCH THAM

New York Read More


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Patricia Cronin’s Memorial to a Marriage at Woodlawn Cemetery. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Woodlawn Cemetery’s 150th Anniversary on Display

An exhibition at Columbia’s Wallach Gallery showcases the graveyard’s art Read More


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‘Portraiture From Manet to the Present’ at Leila Heller

New York Read More


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Installation view of “Others 2,” the second part of the exhibition “Other Primary Structures.” KRIS GRAVES

‘Other Primary Structures’ at Jewish Museum

New York Read More


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Lygia Clark, Óculos, 1968, industrial rubber, metal, and glass, 117⁄

Lygia Clark at Museum of Modern Art

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Francesco Clemente, Moon, 1980. MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK

Francesco Clemente Channels India at the Rubin Museum

In 1973, Italian artist Francesco Clemente went off to India, inspired by a high-school classmate who had traveled there and returned with tales of renunciants and gurus. Since then, Clemente has repeatedly immersed himself in Indian culture, collaborating with local … Read More


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Charles Ray, Boy with Frog, 2009, painted steel, 96" x 29½" x 41¼". CHARLES RAY/©CHARLES RAY/COURTESY MATTHEW MARKS GALLERY, NEW YORK AND LOS ANGELES/PINAULT COLLECTION

Charles Ray at Kunstmuseum Basel and Museum für Gegenwartskunst

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Rethinking the Guggenheim Helsinki

An open design competition for a new museum in the Finnish capital reflects a change in the foundation‘s global strategy Read More