Tag Archives: Marina Abramovic


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An After Dark project robot with Jacob Epstein's The Visitation (1926) at Tate Britain.


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Morning Links: Robot Tour Guides Edition

Marina Abramovic has announced that her memoir will arrive in the fall of 2016, to coincide with her 70th birthday. [New York Times] The crown of the Siamese King offered in 1861 to Napoleon III in the Château de Fontainebleau … Read More


2015 Venice Biennale News
Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy.


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Vervoordt Foundation, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia Will Examine ‘Universal Proportions’ in Venice Biennale Show

The Axel & May Vervoordt Foundation and the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia will present a show called “PROPORTIO” at the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice, which will run from May 9 through November 22. This fifth edition of their biennial … Read More


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Kehinde Wiley's Napoleon Leading The Army Over The Alps (2005). 


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Morning Links: Kehinde Wiley Edition

Marina Abramović will have a solo show this summer, “Private Archaeology,” at collector David Walsh’s Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania. It will include her early work with former partner Ulay. [The Art Newspaper] Roberta Smith reviews “Kehinde Wiley: … Read More


Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Artists Market

‘The Earth Is Dying!': Naptime with Marina Abramovic

At the opening of Art Basel Miami Beach, a few confused visitors were standing in front of the Beyeler Foundation’s booth, tucked into a corner, where several people were lying on cots, cuddled up with colorful blankets, wearing noise-canceling headphones, … Read More


Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Market

Childhood Rivals and Leather Daddies: At the Opening of Design Miami

The opening of Design Miami on Tuesday had one of the most apathetic press conferences I’ve ever encountered, with the fair’s director, Rodman Primack, talking softly into a microphone, flanked by an unsmiling Peter Marino (in his usual leather S&M … Read More


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Installation view of Hopf's show with PRAXES.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND PRAXES

Morning Links: Judith Hopf Edition

Sonnabend director Jason Ysenburg is moving to Gagosian. “I feel both excited and a bit scared,” he told Carol Vogel. Sonnabend will close by the end of the year. [NYT] The big art of Burning Man: an interview with Treasurer Jennifer … Read More


Features
Mickalene Thomas, Sleep: Deux Femmes Noires, 2011 (top), a riff on Courbet’s sleeping women.

Double Exposure

In paintings, photography, sculpture, and performance, artists are summoning the age-old distinction between naked and nude to comment on gender roles, sexual politics, stereotypes, and more Read More


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An Xiao's The Artist Is Kinda Present, 2010, a performance in which the artist had conversations with gallerygoers over Twitter.  JOANIE SAN CHIRICO

The Social Revolution

Today’s Facebook comments are tomorrow’s artworks as artists harness social technology to comment on how our new connectivity is changing our culture. Read More


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You’re Engaged!

With artists increasingly involving the public in the creation of work, curators and museums have embarked on a quest to define, display, and collect participatory art. Read More


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Bringing the Sky to Earth

In his new installation in southern Spain, James Turrell makes the color— and position—of the sky a mere matter of perception. Read More


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All the Web’s a Stage

Performance art, gallery openings, Dumpster-diving for junk to turn into art—all of it is happening in an online world populated by computer-generated beings called avatars. Read More