Tag Archives: Ai Weiwei


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Contemporary Art Finds a Place at the Santa Fe Indian Market

Last year, when artists Terrance Houle, Adrian Stimson, and Jamison Chas Banks did a performance at Santa Fe’s Indian Market, a giant outdoor fair that features the work of Native American and First Nation artists from across the U.S. and Canada, … Read More


Profiles
Andrea Dibelius with Wow (violett, #3), 2006, a fiberglass sculpture by Sylvie Fleury. ©ANNA BAUER

Andrea Dibelius: Eye for the Cutting Edge

With homes in London, Saint-Tropez, and Munich, Andrea Dibelius supports edgy art projects and start-ups of all kinds Read More


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6 Sumptuous Gift Books to Splurge on This Summer

Stunning, silk-wrapped, and limited-edition volumes from Ai Weiwei, Maurizio Cattelan, and more Read More


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How Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson Got 35,000 People to Draw on the Moon

One small click of the mouse, a giant leap for art Read More


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Miami Recap: Is There a Global Art Esthetic?

A roundup of favorites from 8 fairs, 3 museums, 3 private collections, and 2 public projects Read More


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Hew Locke, For Those in Peril on the Sea, 2011, model boats and mixed media, 79 boats; (Installation view) Pérez Art Museum Miami.
COLLECTION PÉREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI, MUSEUM PURCHASE FROM THE HELENA RUBINSTEIN PHILANTHROPIC FUND AT THE MIAMI FOUNDATION; REPRODUCED WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE ARTIST; PHOTO BY DANIEL AZOULAY PHOTOGRAPHY.

Miami Finally Has the Art Museum It Deserves

Why the Pérez Art Museum Miami is the right museum for the city—and a model for the future Read More


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Alexandre Singh's place for turning wine into Pepsi, 2012. COURTESY THE ARTIST.

You Can ‘Do It’

New book and projects expand Hans Ulrich Obrist’s participatory-art movement Read More


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A Gallery of Venice Biennale Artists

Converging on Venice from Iraq, Iceland, Azerbaijan, and beyond, they came, they showed—and they posed for photos Read More


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Tate Director Chris Dercon: ‘Everything Can Be Changed’

Visionary, intellectual, democratic, and high-wattage, director Chris Dercon puts his stamp on Tate Modern Read More


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What I Like About You: Artists to Follow on Instagram

How Laurie Simmons, Ryan McGinness, Kenny Scharf, and others are using the photo-sharing network to disseminate their work—and their fixations Read More


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42. Cat Piano, designed and described by Athanasius Kircher in his book Musurgia Universalis, 1650. Illustrated in La Nature, 1883.

Engravings for the E.T. in All of Us

A small silicon disc on a space-bound satellite is a giant leap for public art–whether or not the aliens actually get it Read More


Features
Deborah Kass, 16 Barbras (The Jewish Jackie Series), 1992, 
a Warhol-inspired series with wit and irony added.

Warhol Warhol Everywhere

A quarter century after Andy Warhol’s death, his work resonates more than ever. Several museum
exhibitions are focusing on his influence in painting, photography, film, performance, and more Read More


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CHINA The Next Generation

China’s younger artists are introspective, sophisticated, and hyper-aware of their identity in a globalized world Read More


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COMMENTARY: Making Themselves Useful

Artists, activism, and political realities Read More