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Lily van der Stokker
Lily van der Stokker’s candy-colored work has always tempered its sense of twee with a critical bite. In “Exhibition of the Medicines,” a chiffon-yellow palette serves as the Dutch artist’s backdrop

Joseph Michael Installation Will Illuminate UN Building Ahead of Climate Action Summits
As the United Nations prepares to host the Youth Climate Summit and the Climate Action Summit on September 21 and September 23, which will introduce government, corporate, and civil initiatives that

Gianfranco Gorgoni (1941–2019)
The Italian photographer Gianfranco Gorgoni, who was the premiere documenter of major Land art works-including Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty, 1970, and Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Running Fence, 1976-has

Hit Man Gurung and Sheelasha Rajbhandari Named Curators of Kathmandu Triennale 2020
The Kathmandu Triennale has appointed Nepalese artists and cultural organizers Hit Man Gurung and Sheelasha Rajbhandari as cocurators of its 2020 edition. They join director Sharareh Bajracharya and

Philippe Pirotte Steps Down as Director of Frankfurt’s Städelschule
Philippe Pirotte, the director of the Städelschule, the prestigious art school located in Frankfurt, Germany, has announced that he will resign from his position on March 31, 2020. According to

Katja Farin
In Katja Farin’s eight-by-six-inch painting Dog Attack People Stack, 2019, three standing figures bent at the waist are piled on top of one another in an intimate but inexplicable arrangement. Their

Mami Kataoka Appointed Mori Art Museum Director
Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum announced yesterday that Mami Kataoka, the museum’s chief curator and deputy director, will be the institution’s next director. Fumio Nanjo, who has helmed the Mori since 2006,

Henry Urbach (1963–2019)
Architecture and design scholar, curator, and educator Henry Urbach died on September 14, after a years-long struggle with late-onset bipolar disorder, at the age of fifty-six. An advocate and cultivator

Admission to Dia’s New York City Sites Will Soon Be Free
The Dia Art Foundation announced today that it will offer free admission across its New York City sites starting in September 2020, to coincide with the reopening of Dia:Chelsea, which is currently

Wings of Desire
“THE LIGHT FROM THIS SCULPTURE IS PERFECT FOR SELFIES,” crooned Nicolas Endlicher, a DJ and cofounder of Herrensauna, a monthly queer techno party (its name translates to “Male Sauna”) at Tresor. It

Blanton Museum Names Vanessa Davidson Curator of Latin American Art
The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin has appointed Vanessa Davidson as its new curator of Latin American art. She comes to the institution from the Phoenix Art Museum, where

New York Film Festival Director Kent Jones to Step Down
Writer and filmmaker Kent Jones will step down as head of the New York Film Festival (NYFF) and chair of the NYFF selection committee following this year’s edition, which kicks off on September 27 and

Norton Museum of Art Establishes New Artist-in-Residence Program
The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, announced today that it is launching a new artist-in-residence program, which will host four artists annually. The six-week residency was established

Bettina Samson
For her latest exhibition, “Hinkum Looby,” Bettina Samson  debuts four sculptures made this year and inspired by the Shakers—that New England

San José Museum of Art Promotes Lauren Schell Dickens to Senior Curator
The San José Museum of Art in California has promoted Lauren Schell Dickens to senior curator. Dickens has been a member of the museum’s staff since 2016. During her tenure at the institution, she

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