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MoMA Plans Donald Judd Retrospective for 2017

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Get ready for some rectangles: in fall of 2017, MoMA plans to host the most comprehensive Donald Judd exhibition to date, with more than 100 works culled from worldwide collections, both public… More ›

MoMA PS1 Announces Summer Warm-Up Concerts

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MoMA PS1 in Queens has released the music line-up for its summer Warm-Up parties, hosted in the museum’s courtyard on Saturdays, from 3pm to 9pm. (Tickets cost $18 in advance and $20 day-of.)… More ›

Fair Cost? A Post-Frieze Week Query

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There are many reasons for a gallery to take part in an art fair, and not all of them have to do solely with turning an immediate profit. Blue-chip galleries might choose to spotlight a deserving… More ›

Anne Pasternak to Direct Brooklyn Museum

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Anne Pasternak has been appointed the next director of the Brooklyn Museum, the institution announced in a release today. She succeeds Arnold L. Lehman, who will retire in June after 17 years… More ›

Five Questions with the USC MFA Dropouts

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Earlier today, it emerged that all seven first-year MFA students at the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Fine Arts decided to drop out of their program, citing administrative… More ›

Jackie Saccoccio Wins the Artadia NADA Award

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Artadia and the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) have announced that this year’s Artadia NADA Award — and its accompanying unrestricted $4,000 prize — will go to Jackie Saccoccio, whose… More ›

EVOO Abounds at Frieze

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From the outside, Zak Kitnick’s “EVOO ROOM,” 2015, at the Frieze Art Fair looks not unlike a torture chamber — high steel walls jutting from the Clifton Benevento booth at an imposing angle,… More ›

3,000 Cans of Beer on the Floor at Frieze

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If you’ve ever tried to take stock of your house after a particularly raucous night — especially if that house is the kind that is adorned with Greek letters — then the scene at Lehmann… More ›

If Barbara Kruger Were an App Designer

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“That’s like an iPhone!” mused an older gentleman in a jaunty straw fedora at the Frieze Art Fair. “Yes, that’s the whole point of it,” his scarf-swathed wife… More ›