Arrested Motion http://arrestedmotion.com "the aim of every artist is to arrest motion..." -Faulkner Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:27:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Releases: Luke Chueh – “The Prisoner (Oxycontin)” Figure http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-luke-chueh-the-prisoner-oxycontin-figure/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-luke-chueh-the-prisoner-oxycontin-figure/#comments Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:26:34 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319375 16681551_715544568624514_5660231306900850248_n

This Saturday (February 25th, 5-9pm), Luke Chueh (interviewed) will be releasing the OxyContin 20Mg variant of The Prisoner figure based on one of his paintings. The pink version features one of the Los Angeles-based artist's signature sad bears sitting entrapped in a pill bottle (just like his Vicodin edition). Those attending can expect drinks, music, food, giveaways, as well as a associated print release. Discuss Luke Chueh here.]]>
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This Saturday (February 25th, 5-9pm), Luke Chueh (interviewed) will be releasing the OxyContin 20Mg variant of The Prisoner figure based on one of his paintings. The pink version features one of the Los Angeles-based artist's signature sad bears sitting entrapped in a pill bottle (just like his Vicodin edition). Those attending can expect drinks, music, food, giveaways, as well as a associated print release. Discuss Luke Chueh here.]]>
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Releases: Futura x Uniqlo Collection http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-futura-x-uniqlo-collection/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-futura-x-uniqlo-collection/#comments Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:02:32 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319352 uniqlo-futura-12

After a recent successful collaboration with KAWSUniqlo has teamed up with another artist and his iconic imagery for their UT line. The released images feature many of the renowned graffiti artist's signature touches emblazoned on t-shirts like his atoms, pointmen, textured background, script. Expect these to be available sometime in March in all their stores worldwide. Via Highsnobiety. Discuss Futura here,]]>
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After a recent successful collaboration with KAWSUniqlo has teamed up with another artist and his iconic imagery for their UT line. The released images feature many of the renowned graffiti artist's signature touches emblazoned on t-shirts like his atoms, pointmen, textured background, script. Expect these to be available sometime in March in all their stores worldwide. Via Highsnobiety. Discuss Futura here,]]>
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Openings: Urban Nation – M/11 – “Radius” http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/openings-urban-nation-m11-radius/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/openings-urban-nation-m11-radius/#comments Thu, 23 Feb 2017 23:17:22 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319329 radius11

On February 22, URBAN NATION in Berlin introduced the 11th edition of their Project M/ series with an exhibition titled Radius. After introducing international talents in past projects, covering the past, present and future of urban art, M/11 was fully focused on the vast and diverse urban art community in Germany. For this event, the director of Urban Nation Museum For Urban Contemporary Art, Yasha Young, invited Boris Niehaus (JUST), Christian Hundertmark (C100) and Rudolf David Klöckner (URBANSHIT) to curate a very focused group show. This team of people that have been participating and actively following the scene for years put together work from 16 of Germany's most interesting urban artists at the moment - from the comic-like drawings by Dave The Chimp, to Sat One's fresh graffiti based abstraction, to Low Bros' retro futuristic compositions, to provocative sculptural work by Rocco and his brothers. Rounding things out were several new public works by the participating artists painted on the outside of the building at Bülowstr. 97 in Berlin. The full list of participating artists also includes Case Maclaim, Flying Förtress, Formula 76, MadC, Moses & Taps, Nomad, Patrick Hartl & C100, Sweetuno, Various & Gould, Zelle Asphaltkultur, XOOOOX & Hatch Sticker Museum.]]>
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On February 22, URBAN NATION in Berlin introduced the 11th edition of their Project M/ series with an exhibition titled Radius. After introducing international talents in past projects, covering the past, present and future of urban art, M/11 was fully focused on the vast and diverse urban art community in Germany. For this event, the director of Urban Nation Museum For Urban Contemporary Art, Yasha Young, invited Boris Niehaus (JUST), Christian Hundertmark (C100) and Rudolf David Klöckner (URBANSHIT) to curate a very focused group show. This team of people that have been participating and actively following the scene for years put together work from 16 of Germany's most interesting urban artists at the moment - from the comic-like drawings by Dave The Chimp, to Sat One's fresh graffiti based abstraction, to Low Bros' retro futuristic compositions, to provocative sculptural work by Rocco and his brothers. Rounding things out were several new public works by the participating artists painted on the outside of the building at Bülowstr. 97 in Berlin. The full list of participating artists also includes Case Maclaim, Flying Förtress, Formula 76, MadC, Moses & Taps, Nomad, Patrick Hartl & C100, Sweetuno, Various & Gould, Zelle Asphaltkultur, XOOOOX & Hatch Sticker Museum.]]>
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Openings: Sam Friedman – “LOVE SONGS” @ Library Street Collective http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/showing-sam-friedman-love-songs-library-street-collective/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/showing-sam-friedman-love-songs-library-street-collective/#comments Thu, 23 Feb 2017 06:45:59 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319297 16730164_1628731250477193_6876254360206425466_n

Showing through April 8 at the Library Street Collective in Detroit is an exhibition from Sam Friedman. For LOVE SONGS, the artist from New York has a series of canvases as well as over 30 paintings on paper on display that look back on his exploration of beach scenes and sunsets. Utilizing a variety of techniques that speak to his background, the colorful work continues his deconstruction and revision of natural landscapes, achieved through a balanced mix of abstraction and figurative elements. Photo credit: Sal Rodriguez. Discuss Sam Friedman here.]]>
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Showing through April 8 at the Library Street Collective in Detroit is an exhibition from Sam Friedman. For LOVE SONGS, the artist from New York has a series of canvases as well as over 30 paintings on paper on display that look back on his exploration of beach scenes and sunsets. Utilizing a variety of techniques that speak to his background, the colorful work continues his deconstruction and revision of natural landscapes, achieved through a balanced mix of abstraction and figurative elements. Photo credit: Sal Rodriguez. Discuss Sam Friedman here.]]>
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Recap: Michael Page – “Nostalgia Kills” @ Corey Helford Gallery http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/recap-michael-page-nostalgia-kills-corey-helford-gallery/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/recap-michael-page-nostalgia-kills-corey-helford-gallery/#comments Thu, 23 Feb 2017 06:25:47 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319277 3H8A8145_cb

Recently in Los Angeles, Michael Page (interviewed) had a show on display that just closed at the Corey Helford Gallery. Nostalgia Kills features fourteen new acrylic and oil paintings that take a look back at childhood - if your childhood was a surreal dreamscape exploding with a vibrant color palette. Page further explains - "Now that I am a father and get to play with my kids everyday, I get to see the world and all its wonders through their eyes. As I look back over the years watching my children grow, play, and learn, it’s fascinating and heartbreaking to feel the lightning speed of time. I find myself frantically seeking to witness all my children’s little steps and moments. It’s hard to sit back and think about all of the things you should have done, or want to do for your own children." Photo credit: Eric Minh Swenson. Discuss Michael Page here.  ]]>
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Recently in Los Angeles, Michael Page (interviewed) had a show on display that just closed at the Corey Helford Gallery. Nostalgia Kills features fourteen new acrylic and oil paintings that take a look back at childhood - if your childhood was a surreal dreamscape exploding with a vibrant color palette. Page further explains - "Now that I am a father and get to play with my kids everyday, I get to see the world and all its wonders through their eyes. As I look back over the years watching my children grow, play, and learn, it’s fascinating and heartbreaking to feel the lightning speed of time. I find myself frantically seeking to witness all my children’s little steps and moments. It’s hard to sit back and think about all of the things you should have done, or want to do for your own children." Photo credit: Eric Minh Swenson. Discuss Michael Page here.  ]]>
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Previews: Alex Gross – “Antisocial Network” @ Corey Helford Gallery http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/previews-alex-gross-antisocial-network-corey-helford-gallery/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/previews-alex-gross-antisocial-network-corey-helford-gallery/#comments Thu, 23 Feb 2017 05:47:51 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319048 i-KskdMsX-XL

This Saturday night (February 25th), Alex Gross (interviewed) will be presenting a new body of work collectively entitled Antisocial Network to his fans in Los Angeles. Hosted by Corey Helford Gallery, the new paintings continue to explore the pervasion of technology and social media in our lives and its deleterious effects of pulling us apart instead of bringing us closer together. His characters often have a distracted look on their face as they use cell phones (or even VR headsets) or just seem lost in their own thoughts or fading away. Mix these themes with the locally-based artist's surreal imagery and painterly skills and you have a recipe for some intriguing pieces. Discuss Alex Gross here.]]>
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This Saturday night (February 25th), Alex Gross (interviewed) will be presenting a new body of work collectively entitled Antisocial Network to his fans in Los Angeles. Hosted by Corey Helford Gallery, the new paintings continue to explore the pervasion of technology and social media in our lives and its deleterious effects of pulling us apart instead of bringing us closer together. His characters often have a distracted look on their face as they use cell phones (or even VR headsets) or just seem lost in their own thoughts or fading away. Mix these themes with the locally-based artist's surreal imagery and painterly skills and you have a recipe for some intriguing pieces. Discuss Alex Gross here.]]>
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POW! WOW! ’17 / Streets: Recap http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/pow-wow-17-streets-recap/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/pow-wow-17-streets-recap/#comments Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:06:06 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319171 IMG_7797

After showing you some in-progress shots and some sneak peeks of the massive amount of work in progress on the streets of Kakaako, we now have a recap of many of the walls and public interventions that were created for POW! WOW! Hawaii. This year's event had locations that were more compact and centrally located, leading to a more easily navigated set of murals. We had many favorites for 2017 including the piece by Telmo Miel seen above... Photo credit: @halopigg. Discuss POW! WOW! Hawaii here.]]>
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After showing you some in-progress shots and some sneak peeks of the massive amount of work in progress on the streets of Kakaako, we now have a recap of many of the walls and public interventions that were created for POW! WOW! Hawaii. This year's event had locations that were more compact and centrally located, leading to a more easily navigated set of murals. We had many favorites for 2017 including the piece by Telmo Miel seen above... Photo credit: @halopigg. Discuss POW! WOW! Hawaii here.]]>
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Upcoming: Nuart Aberdeen 2017 http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/upcoming-nuart-aberdeen-2017/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/upcoming-nuart-aberdeen-2017/#comments Sun, 19 Feb 2017 20:34:57 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319153 nuart-aberdeen_logo_social-2017

The hardworking team of creatives behind the Nuart Festival in Stavanger, Norway, recently announced a new chapter in their ongoing efforts to bring art to the public and to trigger creative & critical thinking. After turning their hometown to one of the world's street art meccas, and getting the neighboring towns and other parts of the country involved in their program, they are now crossing borders with upcoming Nuart Aberdeen project. Impressed by their achievements over the last decade and half, the Nuart team was approached by Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council to collaborate on a similar event in The Granite City. The result is an exciting event that will include 11 international street artists as well as a team of intellectuals, curators, journalists, etc, that will participate in talks, presentations, film screenings, walking tours and workshops over three days. Taking place from Friday 14 – Sunday 16 April 2017 (Easter Weekend), the project coincides with Aberdeen’s year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, introducing possibilities of creating an environment for a more imaginative use of public space through street art. The project organizers just announced the first three artists from their lineup, and they include Scottish-born artist and Venice Biennale participant Robert Montgomery, German art duo Herakut, and French artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca. The importance of Nuart's concept being introduced in Scotland can be best read from this statement by Herakut: "It's been ten years since we first worked with Martyn Reed and the wonderful Nuart crew, and we returned to Stavanger a second time for Nuart 2011, which was another great experience. When we learned that the festival was moving abroad to Aberdeen, we knew we had to be involved for two reasons: the special way that Nuart is run and then of course, Aberdeen! We have never been ourselves but from what we’ve heard it sounds like we'll love it.  We better make sure to leave something nice on the awesome wall the Aberdeen team has found for us. Lots of pressure on us now!" - Jasmin Siddiqui and Falk Lehmann (Herakut)]]>
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The hardworking team of creatives behind the Nuart Festival in Stavanger, Norway, recently announced a new chapter in their ongoing efforts to bring art to the public and to trigger creative & critical thinking. After turning their hometown to one of the world's street art meccas, and getting the neighboring towns and other parts of the country involved in their program, they are now crossing borders with upcoming Nuart Aberdeen project. Impressed by their achievements over the last decade and half, the Nuart team was approached by Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council to collaborate on a similar event in The Granite City. The result is an exciting event that will include 11 international street artists as well as a team of intellectuals, curators, journalists, etc, that will participate in talks, presentations, film screenings, walking tours and workshops over three days. Taking place from Friday 14 – Sunday 16 April 2017 (Easter Weekend), the project coincides with Aberdeen’s year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, introducing possibilities of creating an environment for a more imaginative use of public space through street art. The project organizers just announced the first three artists from their lineup, and they include Scottish-born artist and Venice Biennale participant Robert Montgomery, German art duo Herakut, and French artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca. The importance of Nuart's concept being introduced in Scotland can be best read from this statement by Herakut: "It's been ten years since we first worked with Martyn Reed and the wonderful Nuart crew, and we returned to Stavanger a second time for Nuart 2011, which was another great experience. When we learned that the festival was moving abroad to Aberdeen, we knew we had to be involved for two reasons: the special way that Nuart is run and then of course, Aberdeen! We have never been ourselves but from what we’ve heard it sounds like we'll love it.  We better make sure to leave something nice on the awesome wall the Aberdeen team has found for us. Lots of pressure on us now!" - Jasmin Siddiqui and Falk Lehmann (Herakut)]]>
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Overtime: Feb 13 – Feb 19 http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/overtime-feb-13-feb-19-2/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/overtime-feb-13-feb-19-2/#comments Sun, 19 Feb 2017 12:00:52 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=318868 C45NRl3UEAAHd1b

More stories from the week that ended Feb 19 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Doug Aitken's MIRAGE, composed of reflective mirrored surfaces, unveils next week as part of Desert X.
  • RIP: Jannis Kounellis, who passed away at the age of 80.
  • RIP: Dick Bruna, who passed away at the age of 89.
  • RIP: Jiro Taniguchi, who passed away at the age of 69.
  • House of the Chaste Lovers to open from Feb 11 to 14 before closing for four-year restoration project.
  • Erich Klahn heirs win court battle that will ensure his art continues to be displayed in convent in Germany.
  • Organizers of Anselm Kiefer exhibition at CAFAM fight back against the artist's dealers that oppose the project.
  • More layoffs at Paddle8.
  • Davis Museum responds to Trump’s travel ban by removing/obscuring work by made/donated by immigrants.
  • Rozalia Jovanovic departs as editor in chief of artnet News. Andrew Goldstein will take over her former position.
  • Three Boston University students stop thief who attempted to steal works from Galerie d’Orsay.
  • Do you have to have rich parents to work in the art world?
  • According to co-founder, creators of High Line “failed” to design park that benefited neighborhood around it.
  • Fluxus in Barcelona closes because they felt the space became a meeting place for "imbeciles".
  • Greece’s culture ministry rejects request by Gucci to use the ancient Acropolis for a fashion event in June.
  • UK export license denied for Pontormo portrait after offer to buy painting from US owner was rejected.
  • Artinfo's 7 Art-World Breakups That Changed Art History.
  • Jake and Dinos Chapman leave White Cube for Blain|Southern.
  • SK Stiftung Kultur in Cologne challenges Hauser & Wirth over August Sander estate.
  • Guercino painting stolen from a church in Modena  in 2014 found in Casablanca.
  • New arts program in Brooklyn offers an alternative to incarceration for minors.
  • World Press Photo awards top honor to Burhan Ozbilici's image of gunman standing over Ambassador Karlov.
  • Italy recovers 14 more paintings, including a Salvador Dalí, From collection of Gioacchino Campolo.
  • Donald Trump appoints art historian Victoria Coates to National Security Council.
  • Major art world figures sign up in support of the Hands off our Revolution movement.
  • Nancy Spector will be back at the Guggenheim, only 10 months after leaving it to join the Brooklyn Museum.
  • The Art Newspaper previews Wolfgang Tillmans' show at Tate Modern. Artnet reviews the show.
  • Zeitz MoCAA will open in Sept. in Cape Town with three exhibitions by African artists.
  • Albright-Knox opening solo exhibitions featuring emerging artists, like Jacob Kassay and Eric Mack.
  • Hunter Drohojowska-Philp reviews Andy Moses at Pete and Susan Barrett Art Gallery, Santa Monica College.
  • Holburne Museum in Bath discovers confirmed (after examination) painting by Pieter Brueghel the Younger.
  • Hammer Museum announces curators for Made in L.A. 2018: Anne Ellegood and Erin Christovale.
  • Jay Sanders appointed executive director and chief curator of Artists Space.
  • Creative Time names Nato Thompson as new director, Elvira Dyangani Ose as curator.
  • Public Art Fund (PAF) is bringing Anish Kapoor's Descension to the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
  • Gustav Klimt's Bauerngarten painting to lead Sotheby’s London Impressionist and Modern Art auction.
  • Georg Baselitz could have new auction record with his Sotheby's London lot.
  • Auction houses and their rising use of forensics.
  • Rare linoleum cut Picasso print collection offered for private sale in Australia.
  • The expanding market in China for auction houses.
  • Artsy explores the practice of flipping today.
  • Yahoo! Finance's The 8 Rules Every Art Collector Needs to Know.
  • Observer profiles Marianne Boesky.
  • NY Times interviews Norman and Irma Braman about their collection.
  • Conservation, display, and restoration of work on paper.
  • T Magazine looks at key figures of the Pictures Generation.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews TM Davy's Horses show at 11R.
  • Mimi Lauter Interiors reviewed in LA Times.
  • 10 things to know about Ed Ruscha.
  • Artinfo interviews David Salle.
  • Scott Indrisek attends Bjarne Melgaard's The Purge. Artnet writes about the madness. Henri Neuendorf interviews the artist.
  • Understanding Raymond Pettibon by looking at three of his works.
  • JR hangs out with Tim Cook.
  • Rhizome Prix Net Art awarded to Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Eva & Franco Mattes, Bogosi Sekhukhuni.
  • The Guardian interviews John Waters.
  • Artnet interviews Jean Pigozzi.
  • Interview Magazine interviews Jennifer Goode.
  • Jonathan Meese releases video on Donald Trump and the end of democracy on his YouTube channel.
  • Artnet's list of 9 Things to See in New York This Week.
  • The Art Newspaper reviews the Nicolas Poussin catalogue raisonné.
  • Kickstarter for Vincent van Gogh action figure.
  • The week in social events and parties in New York.
  • Richard Meier's city hall building in The Hague is repainted as the world's largest Mondrian.
  • Whitney Museum shop sells Jeopardy! style t-shirts.
  • OC Weekly covers the Daft Punk pop-up shop at Maxfield in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.
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More stories from the week that ended Feb 19 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Doug Aitken's MIRAGE, composed of reflective mirrored surfaces, unveils next week as part of Desert X.
  • RIP: Jannis Kounellis, who passed away at the age of 80.
  • RIP: Dick Bruna, who passed away at the age of 89.
  • RIP: Jiro Taniguchi, who passed away at the age of 69.
  • House of the Chaste Lovers to open from Feb 11 to 14 before closing for four-year restoration project.
  • Erich Klahn heirs win court battle that will ensure his art continues to be displayed in convent in Germany.
  • Organizers of Anselm Kiefer exhibition at CAFAM fight back against the artist's dealers that oppose the project.
  • More layoffs at Paddle8.
  • Davis Museum responds to Trump’s travel ban by removing/obscuring work by made/donated by immigrants.
  • Rozalia Jovanovic departs as editor in chief of artnet News. Andrew Goldstein will take over her former position.
  • Three Boston University students stop thief who attempted to steal works from Galerie d’Orsay.
  • Do you have to have rich parents to work in the art world?
  • According to co-founder, creators of High Line “failed” to design park that benefited neighborhood around it.
  • Fluxus in Barcelona closes because they felt the space became a meeting place for "imbeciles".
  • Greece’s culture ministry rejects request by Gucci to use the ancient Acropolis for a fashion event in June.
  • UK export license denied for Pontormo portrait after offer to buy painting from US owner was rejected.
  • Artinfo's 7 Art-World Breakups That Changed Art History.
  • Jake and Dinos Chapman leave White Cube for Blain|Southern.
  • SK Stiftung Kultur in Cologne challenges Hauser & Wirth over August Sander estate.
  • Guercino painting stolen from a church in Modena  in 2014 found in Casablanca.
  • New arts program in Brooklyn offers an alternative to incarceration for minors.
  • World Press Photo awards top honor to Burhan Ozbilici's image of gunman standing over Ambassador Karlov.
  • Italy recovers 14 more paintings, including a Salvador Dalí, From collection of Gioacchino Campolo.
  • Donald Trump appoints art historian Victoria Coates to National Security Council.
  • Major art world figures sign up in support of the Hands off our Revolution movement.
  • Nancy Spector will be back at the Guggenheim, only 10 months after leaving it to join the Brooklyn Museum.
  • The Art Newspaper previews Wolfgang Tillmans' show at Tate Modern. Artnet reviews the show.
  • Zeitz MoCAA will open in Sept. in Cape Town with three exhibitions by African artists.
  • Albright-Knox opening solo exhibitions featuring emerging artists, like Jacob Kassay and Eric Mack.
  • Hunter Drohojowska-Philp reviews Andy Moses at Pete and Susan Barrett Art Gallery, Santa Monica College.
  • Holburne Museum in Bath discovers confirmed (after examination) painting by Pieter Brueghel the Younger.
  • Hammer Museum announces curators for Made in L.A. 2018: Anne Ellegood and Erin Christovale.
  • Jay Sanders appointed executive director and chief curator of Artists Space.
  • Creative Time names Nato Thompson as new director, Elvira Dyangani Ose as curator.
  • Public Art Fund (PAF) is bringing Anish Kapoor's Descension to the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
  • Gustav Klimt's Bauerngarten painting to lead Sotheby’s London Impressionist and Modern Art auction.
  • Georg Baselitz could have new auction record with his Sotheby's London lot.
  • Auction houses and their rising use of forensics.
  • Rare linoleum cut Picasso print collection offered for private sale in Australia.
  • The expanding market in China for auction houses.
  • Artsy explores the practice of flipping today.
  • Yahoo! Finance's The 8 Rules Every Art Collector Needs to Know.
  • Observer profiles Marianne Boesky.
  • NY Times interviews Norman and Irma Braman about their collection.
  • Conservation, display, and restoration of work on paper.
  • T Magazine looks at key figures of the Pictures Generation.
  • Scott Indrisek reviews TM Davy's Horses show at 11R.
  • Mimi Lauter Interiors reviewed in LA Times.
  • 10 things to know about Ed Ruscha.
  • Artinfo interviews David Salle.
  • Scott Indrisek attends Bjarne Melgaard's The Purge. Artnet writes about the madness. Henri Neuendorf interviews the artist.
  • Understanding Raymond Pettibon by looking at three of his works.
  • JR hangs out with Tim Cook.
  • Rhizome Prix Net Art awarded to Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Eva & Franco Mattes, Bogosi Sekhukhuni.
  • The Guardian interviews John Waters.
  • Artnet interviews Jean Pigozzi.
  • Interview Magazine interviews Jennifer Goode.
  • Jonathan Meese releases video on Donald Trump and the end of democracy on his YouTube channel.
  • Artnet's list of 9 Things to See in New York This Week.
  • The Art Newspaper reviews the Nicolas Poussin catalogue raisonné.
  • Kickstarter for Vincent van Gogh action figure.
  • The week in social events and parties in New York.
  • Richard Meier's city hall building in The Hague is repainted as the world's largest Mondrian.
  • Whitney Museum shop sells Jeopardy! style t-shirts.
  • OC Weekly covers the Daft Punk pop-up shop at Maxfield in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.
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