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Christopher Aque
Christopher Aque’s exhibition “A void” centers on Double Negative (Swapping Spit) (all works 2021), an alluring two-part sculptural installation in the form of a working fountain. In both of the identical

Pavel Otdelnov
Every two years, the Ural Industrial Biennial draws a throng of creative professionals to the borders of Siberia, reenergizing the art scene in the neighboring regions of the host city Yekaterinburg.

Mark Dion
Mark Dion’s adventuresome experiments in fact and fiction have finally taken him to Seoul, where he injects his signature Wunderkammers with local flavor, putting Korea’s marine ecosystem on display.

Minoru Nomata
White Cube is pleased to present ‘UNBUILT,’ an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Japanese artist Minoru Nomata, his first in Greater China. Drawn from several series, the presentation includes

Ma?gorzata Mirga-Tas to Represent Poland at Venice Biennale
Polish-Romani multidisciplinary artist, educator, and activist Małgorzata Mirga-Tas has been selected to represent Poland at the Fifty-Ninth Venice Biennale. Her “Re-enchanting the World” will occupy

UK Government Rejects Unesco Plea to Readdress Ownership of Parthenon Marbles
The UK government has rejected Unesco’s recommendation that it reconsider the ownership status of the fabled Parthenon Marbles held in the collection of the British Museum. Following a meeting of Unesco’s

Biden Announces Pathbreaking Nominees to Lead Top US Cultural Institutions
President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his picks to helm the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), selecting Maria Rosario Jackson to lead the

Guadalupe Maravilla Wins $100K Lise Wilhelmsen Award
Multidisciplinary artist Guadalupe Maravilla, who once floated across the Rio Grande aboard his own artwork and organized an all-Latina motorcycle gang chorus, has been named the winner of the $100,000

Highlights from Raque Ford's Top Ten
Raque Ford's Top Ten in the October issue of Artforum. Ford’s work is currently on view in this year’s edition of “Greater New York” at MoMA PS1 and her first solo exhibition with New York’s Greene

Dinos Chapman
Rendered in a hand reminiscent of the Old Masters, Dinos Chapman forages an iconography traditionally associated with the naive and the playful - dinosaurs, flowers, birdies, bees, bunnies, & wide-eyed

Andy Warhol
The Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State LA presents Andy Warhol: Selections from the Luckman Permanent Collection, now on view through February 27th, 2022. This exhibition, containing over 70 works,

Contemporary Art Market Stages Rebound with Record-Breaking Sales
Following spring 2020’s sustained drubbing at the hands of the Covid-19 crisis, the contemporary art market has surged, with $2.7 billion in auction sales recorded between June 2020 and June 2021,

J. Tomilson Hill to Chair Guggenheim Board; Claudia Rankine Joins as Trustee
Billionaire hedge fund manager J. Tomilson Hill has been named chair of the Solomon R. Guggeneheim Museum’s board of trustees, and poet, essayist, and playwright Claudia Rankine has been elected to join

The Foundation Louis Vuitton
The Fondation Louis Vuitton presents The Morozov Collections, one of the world’s foremost collections of Impressionist and Modern art. On view through February 22, 2022, this major international exhibition

Documenta 15 Announces Participating Artists
Indonesian art collective ruangrupa, curators of Documenta 15, have released a list of artists who will be participating in the 2022 iteration of the quinquennial event. Ruangrupa chose to make the

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