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Posts Categorized: Art
Psychologists have shown that people routinely turn to art when they’re feeling blue. But does it actually make you feel better? Yes and no, says a study published last week in the… More ›
The legendary experimental filmmaker, who was the subject of a MoMA retrospective in 2008, passed away at the age of 72.
In addition to the artist Vincent Desiderio, whose painting “Sleep,” from 2008, was the direct inspiration for Kanye West’s video for the song “Famous” that he premiered last… More ›
Kanye West did something last night, and people are talking about it. That’s how it works these days. At an event at Los Angeles’ The Forum yesterday, the artist premiered the music video… More ›
At the age of 24, James Baldwin left America. Buying a one-way ticket, he had no plan toreturn. Being black and gay, there was no way he could make it as a writer back home, despite a few published… More ›
Tate Modern unveiled its new Switch House extension last week, and officially opened to the public Friday, June 17. In its first three days, the museum admitted over 143,000 visitors, a weekend record… More ›
If you happened to be home on Fathers Day morning, drinking coffee and flipping through the channels, you may have come across the strangest thing on television: a segment on CBS Sunday Morning… More ›
The supporters for Sally Berger are starting to speak out. The former Assistant Curator of Film at the Museum of Modern Art was fired by the institution after reportedly removing a documentary… More ›
MoMA PS1 first opened 40 years ago this month, and to celebrate the anniversary, the Long Island City institution has a year’s worth of special events and exhibitions planned, beginning this… More ›
Film London, in association with Channel 4 and Whitechapel Gallery, has announced the nominees for the 2016 Jarman Award.
The rubbery-faced novelist Michel Houellebecq will not let a silly thing like an art exhibition stop him, or anybody else for that matter, from smoking. According to The Art Newspaper, the writer of… More ›
According to a report from Indiewire, the Museum of Modern Art’s Chief Curator of Film Rajendra Roy confirmed that the organization has fired Assistant Curator of Film Sally Berger.
ArtNet’s Henri Neuendorf has an entertainingly punchy conversation with curator Francesco Bonami, who sounds off on the state of his chosen profession.
“Sorry, no Trump here, just another run-of-the-mill summer group show,” wrote CANADA’s Phil Grauer when I inquired for more information on their upcoming exhibition, “Make… More ›
As something of an amateur mattress-spotter myself, I was thrilled to read about street artist lor-K‘s innovative sculptural project in Paris. As Designboom reports, she deconstructs and… More ›
As news breaks today of yet another shooting in the US, this time on the campus of UCLA, it may be a fitting time to heed artist Lin Evola’s appeal to residents and police officials in the… More ›
After news hit earlier this year that Korean police have launched an investigation into possible forgeries sold in the name of Mono-ha artist Lee Ufan, it seems like a good time to begin work on a… More ›
Franklin Sirmans is swiftly making his mark on the Pérez Art Museum Miami. It’s been only six months since the former Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator took the top job at the Florida… More ›
The FotoFocus Biennial, first launched in 2012, is a month-long photography festival set across the greater Cincinnati area in museums, galleries, universities, and community organizations. This… More ›
Are screens the canvases of the 21st century? The digital art company Electric Objects is banking on it with its high-definition display that can be mounted on the wall like a picture frame and… More ›
Last weekend the artists of the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program opened their doors for open studios.
I have a feeling Luc Tuymans must be pissed. Or maybe the Belgian painter — whose characteristically bleached-out, glowing canvases currently fill one half of David Zwirner’s West 19th Street… More ›