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Jamian Juliano-Villani's exhibition, 'It,' at Gagosian doesn't give easy answers, but gets us thinking.
Through the years, Betye Saar has used Los Angeles as her mystic’s salvage yard. The assemblage artist has taken everyday objects— remnants of tin panels, wicker baskets, shards of pottery, empty frames, repurposed photography—and paired them with recognizable figures of visual culture to create new narratives.
In the age of daily affirmations and online self-betterment, Nora Turato is breaking herself down. On view at Sprüth Magers in Los Angeles, it's not true!!!
Over the weekend, a mural appeared on the side of a residential building in Islington in North London. After speculation surrounding who the artist was blew up on social media, Banksy claimed the work as his own by posting images on Instagram.
Every two years, the Whitney Museum asks the question, “What does America look like and feel like to artists right now?”
Last week, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) raided over thirty artist homes and studios across the country. The raids came on the heels of the Russian presidential election that concluded this weekend with Vladimir Putin claiming another term in office.
Tom Burckhardt's exhibition Ulterior Motif, at George Adams Gallery, explores the terrain between figuration and abstraction.
Almost 42 years after Jean-Michel Basquiat’s first exhibition in Los Angeles, Gagosian is staging a new exhibition featuring work that Basquiat produced in Los Angeles.
Roberta Smith, co-chief art critic of the New York Times, announced that after over 32 years and 4,500 reviews and essays, she is retiring.
From Saratoga Springs, New York, to Como, Italy, these 10 residencies provide for inspirational settings for artists around the world.
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