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Beyond Frieze: Art Highlights in LA
Site-specific installations, large-scale sculpture, surreal digital self-portraits and other must-see work In a few days, Los Angeles will briefly become the center of the art world. With art fairs
Pioneering Immersive Artist Lucio Fontana at LA’s Hauser & Wirth
Timeless experiential artworks from the avant-garde Italian artist Installation art isn’t new, though it’s perhaps been garnering more attention over the past few decades, as technology rapidly
Non-Profit Contemporary Art Space SculptureCenter’s Winter Programming
Two shows that explore disbelief and reference the institution's past SculptureCenter has had many locations and transformations in its time, but has always made an incomparable impact on the NYC arts
Ad Minoliti Riffs on the Visual Language of Kid’s Books in Her Otherworldly Installations
Visitors to Ad Minoliti’s installation at Mass MoCA are beckoned through a hexagonal portal, where dancing triangles and sleepy trees inhabit a fantastical world.
Downtown For Democracy’s “ABORTION IS NORMAL” Art Show
Works by Nan Goldin, Barbara Kruger and others in a show that's meant to inspire activism and normalize women's reproductive rights Organized by political action committee Downtown for Democracy, the
Miami Art Week 2019: Gagosian + Jeffrey Deitch’s Must-See “The Extreme Present” Exhibition
The fifth installment of an annual series at the iconic Moore Building in the Miami Design District Long before visitors to The Extreme Present reach Carsten Höller‘s psychedelic, spinning mushroom
Shanghai’s Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Project Opens This Week
Inside Shanghai’s David Chipperfield–designed West Bund Museum, acclaimed Paris contemporary art museum Centre Pompidou will curate exhibitions and provide work from its own collection (for at least
Overdue Attention for Overlooked Women Old Masters
Several significant exhibitions of Old Masters have been announced, and while large shows of Renaissance and Baroque paintings aren’t anything new, this recent spate is solely focused on women
Davie, Hockney and Quarles at Yorkshire’s Hepworth Wakefield
The UK gallery ties together early works by Alan Davie and David Hockney with Christina Quarles’ first European solo show Stunning architecture strikes visitors arriving at Hepworth Wakefield Gallery
Frieze London: Jonah Freeman + Justin Lowe’s COLONY SOUND Exhibition
Diving into a fictional saga throughout an 11-room experience Stepping inside of Marlborough Gallery during Frieze London is a jarring otherworldly adventure. Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe have
Carmen Argote’s New Museum Solo Show Will Make You Think of Home
Carmen Argote presents her first institutional solo show at the New Museum, showcasing her ability to evoke a sense of place that feels at once both specific and very relatable.
Spend the Night in an Edward Hopper Painting
Coinciding with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’s Edward Hopper and the American Hotel exhibition, the institution will allows guests to walk through—and even spend the night—in a three-dimensional
Harald Szeemann’s Revolutionary Curating
Peter Schjeldahl on a re-creation of the auteur’s most personal show which essentializes a strange glamour that has leaked from the art world into culture at large.
How Posters Became Art
It’s a story of the collective dreams that circulate in society, connecting the Lamborghini Countach to Paris in 1968, Hua Hsu writes.
5 Summer Exhibitions Every New York Art Lover Needs to See
It's summertime and the weather is fine. So put on your exploring shoes, it's time to get out of your art viewing comfort zone.
The Whitney Biennial in an Age of Anxiety
Peter Schjeldahl on the mostly youthful artists who gravitate to identity or otherwise communitarian politics and familiar modes of art.
A Sensual Dinner for Renoir’s Nudes
At the Explorers Club, a Renoir-themed dinner party features an edible portrait and scents from the painter’s work, Nicolas Niarchos writes.
London’s Goldsmiths CCA’s “How Chicago! Imagists 1960s + ’70s” Exhibition
"When you don't have the spotlight on you, you can take more risks" Goldsmiths, University of London, has long been an iconic part of the UK art scene—it was the school that many of the YBAs, Young
5 Art Exhibitions We’re Excited About This Month
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Guggenheim Museum (@guggenheim) on Nov 5, 2018 at 11:01am PST Are you looking for a creative way to melt away your winter blues? While you may be sick of
Ask a Scientist: How to Deal with a Climate-Change Skeptic
Carolyn Kormann reports from Rockaway Beach, Queens, about “Climate Signals,” a citywide installation by the artist Justin Brice Guariglia, and “Ask a Scientist,” in which scientists are stationed by