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New Museum Announces Biennial Award for Sculpture by Women Artists
New York’s New Museum today revealed that it is inaugurating a new biennial award for sculpture, specifically for women artists. The prize is funded by a $2 million grant from the Hostetler Wrigley

Filippo Berta
Filippo Berta’s solo exhibition “Common People” consists of drawings, photographs, a sculpture, and a video, all conveying different aspects of One by One, an ambitious project the artist developed over

Daniela de la Torre
Twenty-four-year-old Daniela de la Torre wants to be the best Conceptual artist in the world. This deceptively simple premise drives Instant Classic, 2021, a Hollywood-ready fantasy in which the artist

“The Fountain Show II”
The fourteen works by as many artists assembled for this cybernetic exhibition form a circuit through a townhouse living room and its back garden. Talking back in commoditized voices to land art, the

Hamlet Lavastida Freed after Three Months’ Imprisonment in Cuba
Artist Hamlet Lavastida, a member of Cuban artist-activist group 27N who was arrested in June as he returned to Cuba from a residency at at Berlin’s Künstlerhaus Bethanien, has been released, Artnews

Dutch Art Thief Gets Eight Years For Stealing Van Gogh, Hals Paintings
A Dutch art thief has been found guilty and sentenced in connection with the night thefts last year of two paintings, by Vincent van Gogh and Frans Hals, respectively. Fifty-nine-year-old Norm M. of

Nastia Zhegal
There seems to be a tendency among contemporary Eastern European artists toward a specific Surrealist operation that, in his time, Georges Bataille termed “base materialism”: the destabilization of the

Juraj Gavula
In the late 1950s, Juraj Gavula left his native Ruthenian village of Čabiny in what is now northeastern Slovakia to become an artist in Bratislava. Having graduated in 1969 from the Academy of Fine

“Prizing Eccentric Talents”
From the street, I’m not sure I’m at the right address. A large frosted window is framed in two-tone blue, with Greek signage that reads ΖΩΓΡΑΦΡΙΚΗ. Google Translate’s camera function assures me that

Kim Tschang-Yeul: The Stillness of Water, 2021. Video by Hyunjung Rhee.


Kim Tschang-Yeul
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to present its second solo exhibition of Kim Tschang-Yeul S(1929-2021), The Stillness of Water, on view from September 9th through October 16th, 2021. The exhibition focuses

Saudi Arabia’s First Biennial Announces Participating Artists
The Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale, the first event of its kind to be held in Saudi Arabia, has released a partial list of participating artists,The Art Newspaper reports. Among the international

Sarah Thornton at Art Basel
“LET'S JUST SAY that the Italian Ambassador is a great friend,” said Isa Lorenzo, owner of Manila’s Silverlens Gallery, from her Art Basel Features booth, when asked how she managed to get into

“The Gift”
“The Gift” is one of four linked exhibitions taking place across Singapore, Jakarta, Berlin, and Chiang Mai, Thailand, as part of “Collecting Entanglements and Embodied Histories,” an ambitious project

Ron Nagle
For more than fifty-five years, Ron Nagle has asserted his quixotic mind and humor throughout a wildly creative life in both sculpture and, perhaps lesser known to art audiences, music. His latest


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