1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "artnet"

  2. Things are looking up for much-loved Prada Marfa, the conceptual storefront that Elmgreen & Dragset erected in 2005 on a deserted stretch of the West Texas highway. Will it be preserved after all? 

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  3. Calling all photographers: The 2015 Sony World Photography Awards is now accepting submissions.

    Browse some of the best submissions so far

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  4. We asked 20 women in the art world, "Is the art world biased?"

    Here’s what they said.

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  5. Killer Heels, a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, pairs artful high-heeled shoes with contemporary art pieces featuring heels.
    While it’s predictably a fashion lover’s paradise, the show is also unexpectedly thought provoking.

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  6. Some people become cops because they want to make the world a better place. Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better looking place.


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  7. More than delicious chocolates: discover our must-see art guide to Brussels’ vibrant contemporary art scene.

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  8. Paris’s luxurious Biennale des Antiquaires et de la Haute Joaillerie is dazzling collectors with champagne and refined elegance this weekend.

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  9. For those traveling to the country of Beer and Oktoberfest: pencil in some of Germany’s top 25 unmissable autumn art shows.

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  10. Spotlight: Ai Weiwei

    Ai Weiwei (Chinese, 1957),  still unable to leave China three years after his ‘conditional release’ from 81 days detention in 2011, continues to oversee production of important body of works that marvel the art community and spark uproars around the world. This year alone there have been major exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum and the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin.

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  11. Photographers from around the world captured the closest "supermoon" of 2014 in gorgeous, dramatic images.

    Image: Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio, Greece. Photo: Nicolas Koutsokostas/Demotix/Corbis.

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  12. If you’ve been anywhere near The Standard Hotel’s swanky High Line location this weekend, you may have noticed that something large, colorful, and pulsating with light has wrapped itself around the hotel’s entrance. Fear not, it isn’t a sign of an alien invasion, just a new sculpture by lovable art duo FriendsWithYou

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  13. This week, Late Turner: Painting Set Free, a major exhibition exploring the late paintings of renowned artist JMW Turner, opens at Tate Britain. More than 180 works have been brought together to disprove some of the myths surrounding Turner’s work during his final years..

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  14. On our must-see list this fall is Luciano Ventrone’s incredible new show, The Thrill of the Real, on view at New York’s Hollis Taggart Galleries. 

    Ventrone’s choice of subjects ties him to the traditional still life painters of the past. However, it is his focus on the application of paint, his treatment of color and light, and his dramatic compositions that place him among the modernists.

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  15. Because it’s fashion month ..

    Michel Comte’s stunning portrait of supermodel Gisele Bundchen

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  16. Day dreaming of sunny skies: West Coast artist Joe Goode’s gorgeous blue, slightly cloudy sky rendered in oil onto a canvas is reminiscent of sunny Los Angeles where the artist lives and works. 

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