Cultured Magazine

3 Feb. 2023
The Swiss artist Claudia Andujar lived and worked with the Yanomami people of the Northern Amazon for years, spurring on a lifetime of activism.
3 Feb. 2023
Fashion, art, entertainment, and social media want more transparency than ever before. But why?
3 Feb. 2023
Zeng Fanzhi's first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, a self-titled presentation at Hauser & Wirth, offers a glimpse into the storied painter's psyche.
3 Feb. 2023
In the last two years, a new wave of enterprising gallerists have put down roots in LA, feeding the city’s appetite for unorthodox programming and experimental work.
3 Feb. 2023
This weekend, Arooj Aftab is returning to the Grammys to perform her song “Udhero Na”— and potentially nab a second award for Best Global Music Performance.
2 Feb. 2023
Frieze reveals the highlights from its upcoming 2023 program at the historic Thomas Mann House in Pacific Palisades.
2 Feb. 2023
K-pop star and Grammy-nominated leader of BTS RM paid tribute to Yun Hyong-keun on his debut solo album.

Socks

22 Jan. 2023
Contemporary Spanish painter Carlos Morago depicts realistic interior scenes that are mostly reduced to the bare minimum: light floors and walls and sporadical furniture. Empty corridors and rooms [...]
11 Dec. 2022
The Toghrol Tower is a 20 meters high tower located in the city of Rey in Iran made of bricks and Sarooj, a water-resistant mortar. It was erected in 1063, and according to some sources, it was [...]
7 Nov. 2022
Sandrine Marc is a photographer and artist based in Paris with a specific interest in self-made editions. She investigates urban and suburban territories through slow, long walks immersing herself [...]
23 Oct. 2022
American architect Claude Fayette Bragdon (1866-1946) was also an artist, writer and stage designer. He was based in Rochester, NY where he built his masterpiece, the New York Central Railroad [...]
16 Oct. 2022
The second album by British new wave band XTC did not feature any images. Instead, a written essay about how buyers are attracted by album covers to buy records was used. The paragraph, which [...]
9 Oct. 2022
James Lipnickas is a New Haven-based artist and graphic designer. He creates highly evocative scenes representing small architectural stages in axonometric projection. Suspended stairwells, [...]
2 Oct. 2022
The palace of Charles V in Granada was built starting in 1527 as a summer palace for the emperor. The Renaissance building is located inside the Alhambra, the former Nasrid complex on Sabika hill, a [...]

n+1

27 Jan. 2023
For thirteen years I had an interest in echolocation jamming, ever since I read Lynne Peeples reporting in Scientific American on Aaron Cochran’s doctoral research into how tiger moths click to [...]
25 Jan. 2023
There is a symmetry between Corky Lee’s passing and the rise of Stop Anti-Asian Hate: the departure of Asian America’s greatest documentarian and its most visible recent efflorescence. Years [...]
18 Jan. 2023
To celebrate a year since the publication of Ari M. Brostoff’s essay collection, Missing Time, join n+1 for an evening with Brostoff and contributor Blair McClendon. They’ll discuss the book, [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Join n+1 for a discussion between the poets Eugene Ostashevsky and Genya Turovskaya. They’ll be discussing ghost languages, host languages, translation, and Ostashevsky’s new collection The [...]
10 Jan. 2023
She is cutting, wary, funny, and wise. Her style is what I wish I had instead of the chipper inner voice I’m stuck with. Nothing in Malcolm’s writing is dull or amiss unless she’s quoting [...]
6 Jan. 2023
That Panahi was arrested shortly after completing the film—and that he is now serving out the six-year prison sentence originally handed down in 2010 in Tehran’s infamous Ervin Prison—is an [...]
24 Dec. 2022
“You should see my kids,” Issam continued. At his home in La Capelette, a neighborhood in the tenth arrondissement, one child had been wearing face paint in the colors of the French flag, the [...]

The New York Review of Books

4 Feb. 2023
On January 26 Sam Huber reviewed My Name is Andrea, Pratibha Parmar’s documentary about the feminist writer Andrea Dworkin, for the NYR Online. “The film is most valuable,” Huber writes, “for [...]
2 Feb. 2023
A decade ago Sabine Réthoré, a French mapmaker based near Marseille, tilted the map of the Mediterranean ninety degrees on its axis, positioning its western extent at the top and its eastern shore [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Kathleen Beauchamp was a shapeshifter with as many selves as Stendhal. Her pseudonyms included Katya, Katerina, Kissienka, Katoushka (the Russian variations of her name); her Maori personae were [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Lost wars, especially when defeat comes as a rude surprise, inevitably spark painful self-examination. Pundits and politicians, and then historians, generally ask the same questions. How could a [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The two most substantial documents of the conductor Carlos Kleiber’s career released in recent years—the epistolary biography Corresponding with Carlos by Charles Barber and Kleiber’s Complete [...]
2 Feb. 2023
In the ailanthus tree I saw myselfwafting between branches and theirunfallen flowers. I balancedin the air, perfecting a kind of nonchalancenobody needs anymore. I lacked theanalogy for what I [...]
2 Feb. 2023
In 1861 Charlotte Rothschild and her son Natty (the future 1st Lord Rothschild) left their mansion in Piccadilly for a summer holiday in Grasmere. Hotels in the Lake District at that time had a [...]

Biblioklept

4 Feb. 2023
There were reactions. Some people found the balloon “interesting.” As a response this seemed inadequate to the immensity of the balloon, the suddenness of its appearance over the city, on the [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Kitty Pearson, 1973 by Alice Neel [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Seated Woman with Small Dog, c.1939 by Meraud Guevara [...]
3 Feb. 2023
“The Duel That Was Not Fought” by Stephen Crane Patsy Tulligan was not as wise as seven owls, but his courage could throw a shadow as long as the steeple of a cathedral. There were men [...]
3 Feb. 2023
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2 Feb. 2023
Aug Stone’s novel The Ballad of Buttery Cake Ass publishes this week. Blurb form Stone’s website: Two music obsessives embark on a hilarious quest to track down Buttery Cake [...]
1 Feb. 2023
February, 1938 by Evelyn Dunbar [...]

The Paris Review

3 Feb. 2023
Gianna Theodore in Kyle Abraham’s Our Indigo: If We Were a Love Song. Over the past year I have read and reread Angelica Nuzzo’s book Approaching Hegel’s Logic, Obliquely, in which Nuzzo guides [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Photograph of A. M. Homes by Marion Ettlinger. Photograph of Yiyun Li by Basso Cannarsa/Agence Opale. A few times a year, the writers Yiyun Li and A. M. Homes sit down to lunch. As friends, they [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Belted Galloway. Wikimedia Commons, Licensed under CCO 2.0. The other day we went to Albany so I could return all eight items I had bought online from Athleta. The store was in a giant mall that [...]
31 Jan. 2023
I have seen the Mississippi. That is muddy water. I have seen the Saint Lawrence. That is crystal water. But the Thames is liquid history. —John Burns, quoted in the Daily Mail, January 25, [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Years ago, while on assignment, I interviewed a man who spent what felt like hours showing me pictures of the various couches he was thinking of purchasing for his new home. The couches were [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Still from Anya Zalevskaya’s Posle priliva (2020). Courtesy of the director. In the fall of 2019 I was newly living in the Midwest. In my free time, I’d take long, aimless walks, trying to tune [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Pavement. Photograph by Marcus Roth, Courtesy of Matador Records. One of the more remarkable things about being behind the wheel of a tour bus for Pavement is that you can easily kill Pavement if you [...]

Arts & Culture | smithsonianmag.com

31 Jan. 2023
The author reflects on her classic 1967 novel, its 1983 film adaptation and its legacy today
11 Jan. 2023
The painter’s entire “Fighters for Freedom” series is now on view for the first time in more than 75 years
10 Jan. 2023
Her mighty contralto propelled her across color lines
29 Dec. 2022
The latest additions are a rich trove of books, films, songs and other works from 1927
20 Dec. 2022
Players of all ages will have to make room in their closets for these selections
19 Dec. 2022
This year’s top titles include a fairy-tale remake, a clever counting book and a survey of architectural wonders the world over

לשם שמיים - פודקאסט התרבות

8 Jan. 2023
הוא איש רב פעלים. אוצר, חוקר, עסקן ופובליציסט אמנות. מייסד ושותף להקמת מרכזים וארגונים הפועל בשוליים ובמוסדות [...]
12 Oct. 2022
היא אמנית וידאו ומרצה שמגדירה את עצמה כ״משוטטת ביתית״. בהתאם לכך עבודותיה מבוססות על מפגשים לא צפויים בין [...]
4 Aug. 2022
הוא אמן, קולנוען, כותב ומרצה. יצירותיו משלבות מדיות וסגנונות שונים, והן מחברות בין פנטזיה גרוטסקית למציאות [...]
6 Jul. 2022
היא אמנית ישראלית הפועלת בברלין, ומציגה בכמה מהמוזיאונים וחללי התצוגה החשובים בעולם. עבודתה החלה בצילום [...]
19 May. 2022
הם מעצבים, אוצרים וחוקרי עיצוב, המעורבים כיוצרים, יזמים ומנהלים בשלל מיזמים מקומיים ובינלאומיים. עבודתם ביחד [...]
10 May. 2022
לשם שמיים לייב עם יולי חרומצ׳נקו ורן כהן-אהרונוב, שמקימים מרחבים בטוחים לילדי פליטים אוקראינים במולדובה.שיחה [...]

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Public Delivery

19 Dec. 2022
David Černý – Metalmorphosis, 2007, 40 layers of polished stainless steel, motors, electronics, 7 meters tall, 13 tonnes, installation view, Whitehall Corporate Center in Charlotte, North [...]
9 Dec. 2022
Gimli Viking Statue, 1967, fiberglass cloth, steel doors, air-filled foam, 4.65 meters (15 feet), installation view, Gimli, Manitoba, Canada, photo: Krazytea, Renovated Gimli Viking statue, CC BY-SA [...]
12 Oct. 2022
Richard Wilson – Turning the Place Over, 2007, installation view, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, United Kingdom, photo: Turning the Place Over by Richard Wilson (CC BY 2.0) [...]
2 Aug. 2022
Roman Ondák – Measuring the Universe, 2007, performance, felt-tip pen, museum guards, museum audience, photo: Ernst Jank, courtesy: The Artist, gb agency, Paris, Martin Janda, Vienna and Johnen, [...]
29 Jul. 2022
Marc Chagall – Four Seasons, 1972, dedicated Sept. 27, 1974, hand-chipped stone and glass fragments, 128 panels, installation view, Chase Tower Plaza, Chicago, photo: Four Seasons, Chicago, [...]
27 Jul. 2022
Kohei Nawa – Foam, 2013, detergent, glycerin, water, dimensions variable, installation view, Aichi Triennale, Aichi, Japan, photo: Nobutada Omote/Sandwich Introduction For years, cosmologists and [...]
25 Jul. 2022
Carve – Marmara Forum Cloud Playground, 2020, constructed using 275 double curved stainless steel panels, area of ca. 400 m² Introduction The roof park of Marmara Forum is perhaps one of the [...]

Radio Juxtapoz

9 Jan. 2023
Ian Strange isn't your traditional street artist, hell, he isn't your traditional installation artist. Architectural interventionist? Spatial performance artist? On his website, he notes, "His [...]
5 Dec. 2022
“… painting Central Park is a challenge because there's so many paintings of it and everyone has their own personalized visual. But I thought if I just paint it in my own way, it's going to be [...]
28 Nov. 2022
Yes, here we are, Radio Juxtapoz turns 100. And what a way to turn 100 then to look back at the golden age of... well, suspended adulthood? For this 100th episode, we sit down with Laura June Kirsch [...]
20 Nov. 2022
In celebration of the Moral Fibres collaboration between the charitable organizations Migrate Art and Love Welcomes, Radio Juxtapoz took a moment to speak on how they each have found a place in both [...]
11 Nov. 2022
This isn't his first rodeo with us, but wow, it's always great to sit down with our friend Axel Void. He is both an elegant and renegade soul, a painter, muralist, a lynchpin in the Void Projects [...]
17 Oct. 2022
It was supposed to be a hailed and more open return to London art week and the Frieze Art Fair in Regent's Park. Sure, it was open last year, but 2022 saw a chance to revive the London art world [...]
10 Oct. 2022
For over a decade, the German artist HERA was one part of the successful street and fine art duo, HERAKUT. Their murals were seen across the world as part of a major generation of street artist who [...]

Spoon & Tamago

1 Feb. 2023
this post was sponsored by the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau Just quick ride from Tokyo aboard a speedy Kagayaki 505 bullet train, Ishikawa Prefecture is a hidden gem among popular tourist [...]
1 Feb. 2023
”marui chikyu no moyogae” / 丸い地球の模様替え (2023) by Hikari Asano Artist Hikari Asano is currently a graduate student at Tokyo University of the Arts. Over the years, she’s [...]
31 Jan. 2023
images ©Satoshi Nagare courtesy Nippon Foundation Joining the likes of Architects Tadao Ando, Fumihiko Maki, Shigeru Ban and many other renowned names,  Marc Newson’s Toilet is the latest [...]
27 Jan. 2023
unless otherwise noted all photos by Ben Richards courtesy Keiji Ashizawa Architects Hirakawaya is a tofu restaurant that has been serving a local specialty for over 60 years. Known as onsen tofu, [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Are you like us and finding yourself perpetually tired, in need of quick naps and rests several times a day? Well then you’re in luck because we have the perfect attire for you. Meet the [...]
22 Jan. 2023
In Japan, early spring is graduation season, which means it’s the time of year art students across Japan are proudly displaying their years of hard work in the form of senior thesis [...]
21 Jan. 2023
all images courtesy Genki Hirano Genki Hirano is a Japanese glass artist based in Iwate prefecture who creates delicate works that range from glass cups and vases to more whimsical designs like glass [...]

תיק עבודות

5 Feb. 2023
גנית גולדשטיין היא מעצבת, בוגרת המחלקה לצורפות ואופנה בבצלאל והתואר השני בטקסטיל ברויאל קולג׳ בלונדון, [...]
29 Jan. 2023
ירמי פינקוס הוא מאייר, סופר (זוכה פרס ספיר!), קומיקסאי, קריקטוריסט, מרצה, מבקר אופרה בדימוס ועוד כמה דברים. [...]
22 Jan. 2023
רחלי שרפשטיין היא מעצבת מוצר שבשנים האחרונות מפרגנת לעצמה (ולנו) לגלוש לשדה האמנות. אתם אולי מכירים אותה [...]
15 Jan. 2023
רוני עזגד־המבורגר היא במאית, יוצרת, עורכת ומרצה, בוגרת התואר הראשון בתקשורת חזותית בשנקר והתכנית לתואר שני [...]
7 Jan. 2023
יאיר עדתו הוא מנכ״ל ומייסד בריאה (Bria), סטארט־אפ ישראלי שמאפשר לקחת תמונות וסרטים ולייצר באמצעותם תוכן ויזואלי [...]
1 Jan. 2023
גילי גולנדר היא מייסדת שותפה ב־Bazaart, פלטפורמת עיצוב ״לאנשים שאינם מעצבים״. האפליקציה קיימת כבר 10 שנים, [...]
25 Dec. 2022
דוד עדיקא הוא אמן או צלם או יוצר בצילום או כולם יחד, אחד המשפיעים והמוערכים בעולם האמנות המקומי, וגם עומד [...]

AnOther

3 Feb. 2023
Today it has been announced that pioneering Spanish-born designer Paco Rabanne has passed away, aged 88. The news was confirmed by the official Paco Rabanne Instagram, as well as the brand’s parent [...]
3 Feb. 2023
On the first day of 2023, the copyright of Alan Crosland’s venerated yet troubling classic, The Jazz Singer, finally expired. A little over 95 years have passed since its pioneering introduction of [...]
3 Feb. 2023
In 2013, a Senegalese woman travelled 150 miles from Paris to a seaside town in the Pas-de-Calais department of France, breastfed her baby on the beach, and left her to drown as the tide came in. [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Celebrating an impressive 20-year anniversary this spring is the UK’s largest festival of Japanese cinema – with the latest edition of the Japan Foundation’s Touring Film Programme (JFTFP) [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Women’s bodies are deeply politicised, whether they are used for porn, procreation, or domestic service. Radical feminist artists Hannah Wilke (b. 1940, d. 1993) and Linder (b. 1954) have both [...]
1 Feb. 2023
“How do you know you are loved? How do you know someone cares for you?” asks writer and academic Alva Gotby in the opening lines of her new book, They Call It Love: The Politics of Emotional [...]
1 Feb. 2023
“A return to formality,” reads the concise show notes for Alexander McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 2023 Men’s collection, with a matter-of-factness emblematic of the British label’s uber-refined [...]

Art News

3 Feb. 2023
Called to testify in a 1981 lawsuit brought by a San Diego transit workers union against Aztec Bus Lines, photographer Fred Lonidier found himself explaining the finances of his art [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A review of 96 artifacts from the Kingdom of Benin in Swiss museums found proof or strong evidence that more than half of the items were stolen by British soldiers in the 19th [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A high court in South Korea ordered the return of a Buddhist statue that was stolen from a temple in Japan in 2012. The statue, which is more than 450 years old, depicts the [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A life-sized statue of a Roman emperor depicted as the Greek hero Hercules was discovered near the Appian Way, ancient Rome’s first highway. The statue was recovered on January 25 [...]
3 Feb. 2023
This week, a French appeals court upheld the charges against Jean-Luc Martinez, the former president and director of the Louvre in Paris, for his alleged complicity in [...]
3 Feb. 2023
It may have been only a couple days since word leaked out that a long-awaited Anish Kapoor sculpture in New York was finally complete, but already, crowds have begun to form on a [...]
3 Feb. 2023
To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines ARTIST MIRA LEHR, whose [...]

ARTFORUM

3 Feb. 2023
New York art school Cooper Union has postponed the exhibition “Vkhutemas: Laboratory of the Avant-Garde,” originally scheduled to open on January 25. The Moscow art and [...]
3 Feb. 2023
A painted wood stripe runs along the perimeter of the interior walls of the deconsecrated ninth-century church of Sant’Andrea De Scaphis. Like the river Tiber lying a stone’s [...]
3 Feb. 2023
According to legend, the capital of the Aztec Empire, Tenochtitlan—today known as Mexico City—was founded by the Mexica (the early Aztecs) when they left Aztlán, their [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Among the achievements of Une tempête (1969), Aimé Césaire’s transposition of Shakespeare’s late romance onto the imaginative landscape of 1960s [...]
3 Feb. 2023
GODLAND HAS TWO TITLE CARDS: one in Icelandic, the other in Danish. Hlynur Pálmason’s new film exists in the tension between these two languages, which are really [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Anish Kapoor’s massive stainless-steel sculpture known colloquially as the bean was unveiled in New York City’s TriBeCa neighborhood on January 31. The shiny curved colossus, [...]
2 Feb. 2023
One might be misled by the title of Jeni Spota C.’s most recent exhibition, “Works on Paper.” A more appropriate name might be “Works in Paper” or, even more [...]

Hyperallergic

3 Feb. 2023
Israeli police have reportedly arrested an American tourist for vandalizing a sculpture of Jesus Christ at the Church of the Flagellation in Jerusalem’s Old City. Images of the damaged statue [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Pedro Reyes has been celebrated for his large-scale, interactive sculptural projects that propose playful solutions to social problems. In his words, “Sculpture is about changing the shape of a [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Inspiration Lab at University of the Arts (UArts) invites artists to apply to its artist-in-residence studio program, which provides 10 studios for selected and invited individuals. As a part of [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Anish Kapoor‘s “Cloud Gate” sculpture has become one of Chicago’s most famous attractions, and now, a “mini-Bean” — as the work is being affectionately called — has [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is considering a proposal to reconstruct 5.2 miles of a roadway that intersects with Nine Mile Canyon in Utah, which is home to the highest concentration of [...]
2 Feb. 2023
As the Southwest’s drought intensifies, Native leaders like Stephen Lewis are steering sustainability efforts to revitalize the region’s lakes and rivers. Rachel Moore has the story for [...]
2 Feb. 2023
It’s been just over two years since a bloody war broke out in northern Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray region. In early November of last year, a tenuous truce came into effect to see if the warring [...]

Juxtapoz Magazine

3 Feb. 2023
As part of our new A Portfolio series, we show you the works of Joseph Yaeger, who currently is showing at The Perimeter in London. We take a look today at recent works from the Montana-born, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
In Thinkspace Projects' Gallery III opening this weekend, they are excited to showcase Phenomenon, the debut west coast U.S. solo exhibition of from Japanese artist Noritoshi Mitsuuchi. Resembling [...]
3 Feb. 2023
In Diego Moreno's work there is a tense calm. A kind of mutism plagued by murmurs. Everything begins at home: a domestic scene, a birthday, a religious rite. The family space in which many of us have [...]
3 Feb. 2023
NANZUKA is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by American artist Matthew Palladino at NANZUKA UNDERGROUND. This marks the artist’s latest solo exhibition with NANZUKA following his [...]
2 Feb. 2023
2 Feb. 2023
When you first look at the new solo show of Amy Bennett's, Open Season, on view now at Richard Heller Gallery in Santa Monica, you don't have to be conscious of the fact that some works were started [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Letter to Myself (when the world is on fire), on view through February 25th, is a joyous panacea for contemporary woes.  

ELEPHANT

26 Oct. 2022
The Brixton-based artist revisits her past as she prepares for a future where she leaves her studio behind… The post Trading Places: Visiting the Changing Spaces of Zineb Sedira appeared first on [...]
25 Oct. 2022
Does a brief appearance by the world’s most famous painting unlock the meaning of Japanese filmmaker Masahiro Shinoda’s Pale Flower? The post Mobsters and the Mona Lisa: What Does Da [...]
24 Oct. 2022
From minerals to tektites, artists have a newfound fascination with everything stone, says Hettie Judah The post Let’s Rock! Why Has Art Taken a Geological Turn? appeared first on ELEPHANT.
19 Oct. 2022
The groundbreaking artist talks Sophia Satchell-Baeza through a career that has helped shift the boundaries of feminist art The post Penny Slinger: “If Art Cannot Shift Your Sense of Reality, Then [...]
19 Oct. 2022
Galleries haven’t always operated today’s “look, don’t touch” policy. Meridian Payseno grabs hold of the history of physical interaction with art. The post Hands Off! Why Is Physical [...]
18 Oct. 2022
The shifting reds of the American artist’s works mirror the way that journalist Hannah Strong sees her own mental illness The post How Rothko’s Seagram Murals Reflected My Own Despair Back at Me [...]
7 Oct. 2022
What is it about art and feet? Madeleine Pollard dips her toe into the world of foot fetishism… The post Toe Poke: Why Is Foot Fetishism Stepping into the Spotlight? appeared first on ELEPHANT.

Art Observed

31 Jan. 2023
Alex Prager, Run (2022), via Lehmann Maupin This winter, Lehmann Maupin presents Part Two: Run, an exhibition of work by Los Angeles-based artist Alex Prager, that marks the debut of Prager’s [...]
30 Jan. 2023
David Salle, Tree of Life, This Time with Feeling (Installation View), via Thaddaeus Ropac Presenting a body of new works at the Thaddaeus Ropac exhibition space in Paris, artist David Salle [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Jonathan Baldock, Mother Flower (2022), via Stephen Friedman Centered on themes of nature and the cycle of life, artist Jonathan Baldock presents a deeply personal and resonant exhibition this month [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Joseph Beuys, 40 Years of Drawing (Installation View), via Art Observed This month in London, Thaddaeus Ropac has embarked on a particularly striking and powerful exhibition, bringing together [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Richard Long, Walking at the Speed of Spring (1998), via Lisson For his latest exhibition at Lisson Gallery, artist Richard Long presents a series of text works and photographs spanning his entire [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Nicole Wermers, Reclining Female #1 (2022), via Herald St On view this month in London, Herald St presents P4aM2aRF!, an exhibition by Nicole Wermers taking place in the gallery’s East London [...]
23 Jan. 2023
Duane Linklater, croatoan 1 (2023), via Bortolami This month at Bortolami’s 39 Walker location, the gallery presents its first exhibition of the year, Junkyard of Dreams, bringing together the [...]

Contemporary Art Daily

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Creative Boom

3 Feb. 2023
Owen and Tori Phillips-Walmsley of Oat Studio explain how they [...]
3 Feb. 2023
It's been just over a month now since we first announced [...]
2 Feb. 2023
When arts centre Tacoma Arts Live moved to a new area, a brand [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Credit: Robot Food / Harringtons Robot Food Client Director [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Creative agency Thirst cleverly uses CGI in its new campaign [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Manchester-based creative Chris Madden has been shaking up his [...]
1 Feb. 2023
When you're craving a sweet treat, you're not short of [...]

SUPERSONIC ART

2 Feb. 2023
Breathtaking landscapes from Smithers, British Columbia-based artist Mark Tworow.THE SUPERSONIC ART...
2 Feb. 2023
Exciting, colorful illustrative works from Japanese artist Baku Maeda.THE SUPERSONIC ART SHOP |...
2 Feb. 2023
Imaginative works from South Korean artist Sunwoo Kim.Kim is explores the boundaries between parody...
2 Feb. 2023
Excellent, powerful portraits by Nigerian artist Johnson Ocheja.Ocheja employs a distinct style in...
2 Feb. 2023
Breathtakingly gorgeous plein air paintings by Idaho-based artist Forrest Dickison.Forrest seeks to...
2 Feb. 2023
Masterful paintings by Tokyo-based artist Yuko Kitajima.THE SUPERSONIC ART SHOP | FOLLOW ON...
2 Feb. 2023
Astonishing contemporary surrealist works by London-based artist Rafa Silvares.THE SUPERSONIC ART...

The Art Room Plant

5 Feb. 2023
 The felt tip dogs of Joch  Engerner.
4 Feb. 2023
 I love this sad elephant by Makiko Watanabe and how it sits in the pictorial space.
3 Feb. 2023
 A translucent book by Olga Shevolya, 'Chi ha Fatto'. 
2 Feb. 2023
 I plan this post in October, the leaves are just starting their steady decent and I know I will be desperate for daffodils in February and so here are Mark O'Neill's wonderful vases of [...]
1 Feb. 2023
 Occasionally I work as a gallery technician, which is a job I love. Over the last few days I have had the opportunity to work with colleagues and the artist Diana Forster, setting up her art [...]
31 Jan. 2023
The deer/ elk of Hayato Kumagai.
30 Jan. 2023
 W.B.Yates by Amyisla Mccombie.

THIS IS COLOSSAL

3 Feb. 2023
All images © Mini Materials Building a tiny home gains new meaning when working with Mini Materials. The U.S.-based company invites craftspeople and masons to think small for their next projects, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
All images © Asya Kozina, shared with permission Artist Asya Kozina is known for her elaborate paper wigs that soar into the air with scenes of miniature metropolises and various botanical frills, [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Image © Mattias Adolfsson, shared with permission Grab a pen and paper, and join artist Mattias Adolfsson (previously) and Colossal on March 11 for a virtual workshop on small character [...]
2 Feb. 2023
“Winter.” All images © Darryl Cox, shared with permission In Darryl Cox’s organic sculptures, gnarled tree roots or branches merge with the ornate grooves, patterns, and gilding of [...]
2 Feb. 2023
“Giddy Up” (2022), oil on canvas, 14 × 16 inches. All images courtesy of Thinkspace Projects, shared with permission Urbanites know the subway is a prime location to spot the city’s [...]
2 Feb. 2023
All images © Max Mudie, shared with permission “I’m not the first person to say it, and I’m not going to be the last, but when you find out how integral fungi are to our existence, it [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Image © Jessie and Katey Every month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you’d like to list [...]

Uploads from The Library of Congress

3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Red Wood Motel sign, Route 6, Hastings, Nebraska 1988. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Chieftain Motel sign, Route 30, Ogallala, Nebraska 1982. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Captain John Mullan Trail sign, Route 10, Saint Regis, Montana 1987. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Teepee Rest Stop, Sierra Blanca, Texas 1979. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide format). Notes: [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Cave woman, Dinosaur Gardens, Route 23, Ossineke, Michigan 1988. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Heart's Desire Motel sign, Route 19A, Dunedin, Florida 1980. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Margolies, John,, photographer. Little America sign, I-80, Little America, Wyoming 2004. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]

ערב רב

3 Feb. 2023
קול קורא להשתתפות בעונת התערוכות של גלריית המקרר – 2023 על המקרר המקרר הוא חלל תעשייתי בלב תל אביב. שמו נגזר [...]
3 Feb. 2023
קול קורא להתכנסות מחקרית (כנס) בנושא אוצרות ועבודות האוצר זהו קול קורא לא שיגרתי. בד"כ כאשר מפרסמים קול קורא [...]
2 Feb. 2023
למה צריך בכלל מוזיאונים לאמנות? אלכסנדר דוֹרנר החל לשאול את השאלה הזו עוד בשנות ה־20. ודאי שהוא לא היה הראשון [...]
1 Feb. 2023
קול קורא | הכנס הארצי לסטודנטים/ות לתארים מתקדמים בתולדות האמנות בעיצוב ובתרבות חזותית יום חמישי | 1.6.23, [...]
31 Jan. 2023
ערב רב בדפוס: השקה חגיגית לגיליונות 4+3 ת"א תרבות קריית המלאכה, שביל המרץ 6, תל אביב שלישי, 7.2.23 בשעה 19:00 האם [...]
30 Jan. 2023
"אה, גזע כפוי טובה אנחנו! כשאני מביטה בידי שעל אדן החלון וחושבת איזה עונג היה לי בה, כיצד נגעה במשי ובחרס [...]
28 Jan. 2023
קול קורא לטקסטים עבור ״שוקת״, כתב העת החדש של איגוד האוצרות והאוצרים איגוד האוצרות והאוצרים חונך כתב עת [...]

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תערוכות בירושלים

5 Feb. 2023
Friday, February 10, 2023 - 12:00 הביאנלה הארצית השמינית לרישום #שיחגלריה מידד אליהו, אוצר התערוכה מיכל לזרוביץ ואורית אדר בכר
5 Feb. 2023
Wednesday, February 22, 2023 - 17:00 סיור בתוך ציור מכושף סיור חווייתי בתערוכה "ציור מכושף" בשילוב סדנת אמנות מקצועית [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Wednesday, March 22, 2023 - 17:00 סיור בתוך ציור מכושף סיור חווייתי בתערוכה "ציור מכושף" בשילוב סדנת אמנות מקצועית [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Friday, July 1, 2022 - 19:00 Wednesday, February 15, 2023 - 14:00 סודות אוצרת: מיכל ברושי נחמני עיצוב התערוכה: התעשייה – תוכן, עיצוב, [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Thursday, January 26, 2023 - 19:00 Saturday, February 18, 2023 - 14:00 בית פתוח #תערוכה לזכר אלון אבן־פז בתערוכה יוצגו ציורים, הדפסים, [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Saturday, January 7, 2023 - 19:30 Thursday, February 23, 2023 - 14:00 בתערוכה חותמת אקוסטית מוצגות שלוש עבודות מקוריות שנוצרו עבור בית התה [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Saturday, November 26, 2022 - 18:30 Saturday, February 25, 2023 - 14:00 הביאנלה הארצית השמינית לרישום יותר מאחד אוצרת ראשית: אירית הדר פתיחה [...]

all things amazing

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this isn't happiness.

4 Feb. 2023
The best place to be is somewhere else, Chet Phillips
4 Feb. 2023
Nope, Monica Bonvicini
4 Feb. 2023
The black cat, Toni Demuro
4 Feb. 2023
Rocket to ruin, NASA
3 Feb. 2023
Hot wheels, Jeffrey Czum
3 Feb. 2023
In the stacks, Virginia Mori
3 Feb. 2023
Everything and nothing all at once, Aleksandra Waliszewska
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