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On the 2022 Outsound New Music Summit
IT’S HARD TO SUM UP the rich and varied Bay Area new music scene. It could be time to cite some of the many artists deserving wider attention like electronic musicians/voice shamans Alexandra Buschman

Natalia LL (1937–2022)
Polish Conceptual artist Natalia LL, whose pathbreaking works of the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s critiqued consumerism, advertising, and the subjugating representation of women in pornography, died August 12

Warhol’s Art-School Works Head to Auction
Multiple sources report that the family of Andy Warhol is planning to bring to sale a group of ten paintings the artist made between 1945 and 1949 while studying at the Carnegie Institute of Technology

Maren Karlson
Maren Karlson uses Simone Weil’s concept of the void as a guiding principle for her exhibition “Cyphers” at Soft Opening, particularly the late French philosopher’s suggestion that “Grace fills empty

Caroline Campbell to Lead National Gallery of Ireland
The National Gallery of Ireland has announced that Caroline Campbell will be its next director. The Belfast–born Campbell will be the first woman to helm the Dublin institution since its founding in

AMM says farewell, and keeps its secrets
THE BRITISH IMPROVISING GROUP AMM has had an impact as mysterious as it is evident on the world of experimental music. Formed in the mid-’60s by what founding member Keith Rowe called a group of “

Ilana Savdie
“In Jest,” Ilana Savdie’s first solo show in Britain, offers a marshaled profusion of monstrous forms, glossy surfaces, cellular patterns, animal parts, gobbets of decaying human flesh, and huge expanses

Teresa Lanceta
Originating from sound production, the word glitch may also be used to describe minor disturbances within digital images. While these errors sometimes result from sloppy coding or technological

Brazilian Police Find Tarsila do Amaral Masterwork Under Thief’s Bed
Brazilian police earlier this week discovered a masterpiece by renowned Brazilian modernist painter Tarsila do Amaral under the mattress of a thief whose Rio de Janeiro home they were tossing. Amaral’s

Penn Museum Moves to Bury Skulls of Enslaved People
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum) is petitioning the Philadelphia Orphans’ Court for permission to bury thirteen skulls at the city’s historically Black

Issey Miyake (1938–2022)
Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake, whose voluminous deconstructed clothes both defined the 1980s and stood in contrast to the excess that characterized the decade, died of liver cancer on August

Lubaina Himid Wins Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation Prize
The Contemporary Austin has named cultural activist and multimedia artist Lubaina Himid as the recipient of the 2024 Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation Prize. Himid will receive an unrestricted

Canada Moves to Alter Copyright Law to the Benefit of Artists
Canadian innovation minister François-Philippe Champagne and heritage minister Pablo Rodriguez are collaborating to draft a reform to the country’s copyright laws that would allow artists to profit when

Zoe Kahr to Lead Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art board of trustees announced Zoe Kahr as the institution’s next director beginning on November 1. Kahr will leave the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), where she

Jesse Stecklow entwines biography and biometrics in “Terminal”
0 Jesse Stecklow says he began planning “Terminal” at Mumok in Vienna in 2018. You could also say he started making it in 2014, the year he first installed an air sampling tube in an aluminum filter


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