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Google’s New Art Camera

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The Google Cultural Institute unveiled its newest development last week, a camera designed to help museums digitize their collections by taking extremely hi-res images of individual art works. It’s… More ›

Looking Ahead to the Portland2016 Biennial

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The Disjecta Contemporary Art Center has announced the 25 Oregon venues that will host the 2016 Portland Biennial, taking place July 9-September 18. The Chicago artist and 2014 Whitney Biennial… More ›

This Show Will Make You Quit Instagram

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You think you’re so smart, walking around town taking inventive pictures of artful garbage, faded posters, and the surreal, fleeting moments that this world inevitably coughs up, if… More ›

Charline von Heyl’s 100 Favorite Paintings

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German painter Charline von Heyl kicked off the Bruce High Quality Foundation University’s “1000 Paintings” class on Sunday in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The free, once-a-week lecture… More ›

58 Museum Shows to See in 2016

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There are thousands of museum exhibitions going up this year around the world, and at least several hundred of those will be worth seeing — but alas, who has the time? With the limitations of mortal… More ›

Of Spirit Portals and Zombie Formalists

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Every now and then a story falls in your lap whose dissonant notes converge in an unbelievable symphony: self-delusion, and the attendant quest for fame and visibility; a Certified Psychic who… More ›

ARTINFO Is Hiring

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BlouinArtinfo.com is seeking a full-time managing editor to join our staff, reporting to the site’s executive editor and editor-in-chief. The job involves both editorial and administrative duties.

Paul Klee’s Notebooks Are Online

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The notebooks of Paul Klee, all 3,900 pages that the Swiss-German artist used to teach art at Bauhaus, from 1921 to 1931, are online. The original documents, save eight pages, are held at Zentrum… More ›

Purrrfect Nudes: Life Drawing from YouTube

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You know you’ve reached some sort of terminal phase of Crazy Cat Personhood when you find yourself sitting in a room full of strangers who are all preparing to diligently sketch a variety of… More ›

Dan Burns Named De Buck Gallery Director

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Chelsea’s De Buck Gallery has announced that Dan Burns will join as director, alongside current director Kathryn McSweeney. Most recently associate director at Galerie Lelong, where he oversaw… More ›

Alexandre Gallery Is Moving

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This summer Alexandre Gallery is closing its space in the Fuller Building and moving to 724 Fifth Avenue (between 56th and 57th Streets). The 5,500-square-foot space formerly occupied by Maxwell… More ›