1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "magazine"

  2. Is Basquiat The Next Van Gogh?

    Will Jean-Michel Basquiat become the next Vincent van Gogh? Or will the super collectors sit on their hands? 
    We’re weighing it up in the magazine.
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  3. Leila & Massimo Vignelli, Titans Of Design

    Timelessness, a gem of a show devoted to the designs of Leila and Massimo Vignelli, just opened at the Italian Cultural Institute

    The spotlight is on that duo’s oeuvre from the 1950s through today, and reflects the considerable reach of their practice.

    Both trained in architecture, they produced signage for the New York subway system, Bloomingdale’s ubiquitous brown paper bag, and the Ford Motor Company corporate identity program (for which they received $1 million), just to name a few!

    Read their amazing story in artnet Magazine.

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  4. Art On Your iPad

    Publisher Hugh Levin presents a new iPad ebook version of Charley Stuckey’s Great Impressionist and Post-impressionist Paintings: The Musée d’Orsay.

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  5. The Huge Documenta (13) 

    Of all the biennials, triennials, quadrennials, internationals, and massive group shows, Documenta, established in 1955, is seen as the most serious—a statement show.  

    From the sweeping ambitions of its curators to its numerous large projects, everything about Documenta is huge. But is bigger really better? Find out Jerry Saltz’s position in artnet Magazine.

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  6. Art and Money; Money and Art

    According to author Martha Buskirk of Creative Enterprise: Contemporary Art between Museum and Marketplace, art has always been a “bauble of the rich, enmeshed in a larger luxury trade and functioning as a marker of status,” now more so than ever before.

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  7. Documenta, Basel, And Beyond

    June is high season for the European art world. But this year the international clambake is bigger than usual with the collision of Art Basel, Manifesta and the Berlin Biennale with Documenta. 

    So for those planning to belly up to the smorgasbord of shows across the pond (or those just hungering from afar), here’s a guide to the main events.

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  8. Will The Art Market Crash? 

    This week’s perfect storm of bad worldwide economic news makes one wonder: can the high end art market continue its contrarian record sales indefinitely?

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  9. New Museum Shows in June

    Preview exciting new exhibitions this month of works by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Sharon Lockhart, George Bellows, and many others.

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  10. New Art Now in Los Angeles

    The Hammer Museum teams up with LAX Art and the Municipal Art Gallery to present the first biennial exhibition of new art in Los Angeles, Made in L.A. 2012.

    Watch a preview of the fair.

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  11. Golf Art

    Walter Robinson at the Phatory in the East Village, where Charles McGill takes the art of golf and uncovers its outlaw underpinnings.

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  12. The June Horoscope

    Followers of the zodiac… the June perspective is here. Compare your horoscope to those of celebrated artists this month.

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  13. Life After D’amelio Terras

    Chris D’Amelio on his split with Lucien Terras, and the new D’Amelio Gallery.

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  14. Spring Sales of Latin American Art

    For Latin American art auctions in New York, the score was Phillips de Pury (US$3.5 million), Christie’s (US$27.7 million), and Sotheby’s (US$26.8 million).

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  15. Sheila Hicks’ Fiber Optics

    In our cross-disciplinary, rule-breaking time, does anyone care about distinctions between “art” and “craft” anymore? 

    From the evidence of Paris-based textile artist Sheila Hicks, whose fiber sculptures are poised right on that threshold, the answer is, well, interesting. 

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