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Guide To Miami Art Week 2021

Here Are the New Rules of Art-Fair Etiquette in 2021

‘We Cannot Keep Up’: Dealers Return to a Red-Hot Market at Art Basel Miami Beach, Where VIPs Are Clamoring for Contemporary Art


Cheetos dust exhibition on mega-yacht for Art Basel mocked online


Unfazed Collectors Drive Strong Sales on Art Basel Miami’s First Day

Artists wield the power now: why Simone Leigh's departure from Hauser & Wirth (to join Matthew Marks) is indicative of a broader trend


On the beach in Miami, Refik Anadol creates a Pandora's Box of unearthly delights



BREAKING NEWS: Was Banksy selling artwork for $60 each at an NYC subway station? We think so!



WSJ: Art is Among the Hottest Markets on Earth



How Does French Artist Cyrielle Gulacsy Stay Focused When Painting Gets Technical? She Listens to Physicists



Gracie Hadland: The Relationship Trade, To the relationships condensed in SoiL Thornton’s exhibition at Morán Morán in Los Angeles



Yau: Fei Li, the Double Consciousness of Being a Chinese Woman Living in America



Yau: Houston artist HJ Bott, an Under-Recognized Geometric Abstractionist Who Took a Different Path


Maximalist Magic: Marco Brambilla's Heaven's Gate plays the scale game in virtual reality




Artist Ron English is Grinning About the Future of Art


LACMA Will Celebrate the "City of Cinema" (and It's Not L.A.)



An exhibition explores the collecting habits of Etta Cone, one of two Baltimore sisters who bought Matisse early and often. A Modern Influence: Henri Matisse, Etta Cone, and Baltimore’ and ‘Thaddeus Mosley: Forest’ Reviews: Out of the Shadows, Into Color and Light



The Real-Life Artists Behind ‘The French Dispatch’ Share What It Was Like to Paint for Exacting Auteur Wes Anderson



"Black American Portraits" at LACMA



Tom Ford: Cancel culture "inhibits fashion"; "Everything is now appropriation"; "social media for making style and beauty "increasingly cartoonish"



A CalArts Story by Thomas Lawson

Read "CalArts Remote/Control: Astral Projection in Higher Ed" an assemblage of essays, email diaries, experimental syllabi, memes, and observations produced by artist-faculty at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic


Ai Weiwei on Firing Line with Host Margaret Hoover at PBS; Full Episode

Ai Weiwei on ‘The Daily Show’: ‘The Fear Is That I Don’t Speak Out’


Ai Weiwei on Reclaiming Art from Capitalism


Banksy art ripped out of building wall by UK landlord aiming for Auction in US


GOOGLE FOR GOOD: INNOVATIVE ARTS ED

‘Klimt vs. Klimt: The Man of Contradictions’ Review: Exploring an Art-Nouveau Master Online; Google Arts & Culture’s recently launched online hub offers a look at the Austrian artist that would be impossible in a traditional museum setting


“Klimt vs. Klimt: The Man of Contradictions" on Google Art's & Culture


STREETWISE

A SPECIAL LOOK AT THE KAPU COLLECTIVE, PART II: A Collaboration with twin brothers Kapu and Hula. Deep Nature, Strong Hearts, Pure Souls and Fine Art

"Maka'u" 150ft Waterfall Mural on Paddleboard

"Paths" Forest Tree Climbing Mural Perspective Art

"Dreamer" Glowing Desert Mural

"Foreshadow" Sunlight and Shadow Changing Murals


What is Art, Really? Art historian Julia Friedman joins host William Shatner to answer the question


BRAVING OPPRESSION

Credit Suisse says it shut Ai Weiwei account due to missing paperwork; WeiWei say other motivations at play

Andrew Sullivan: The Woke Meet Their Match: Parents; Glenn Youngkin's mix of populist policy and moderate style is a breakthrough

Looking for the lost women of modern Turkish art

‘We Want To Protect This Space’: After 14 Years, Hong Kong’s M+ Museum Opens in a Changed Political Climate. Can It Still Thrive?

An Artist Is Imploring China to Grant Him Safe Passage to Hong Kong to Dismantle His Threatened Tiananmen Square Monument; The Danish artist said his presence is required on site to ensure the sculpture isn't destroyed.

Voters Are Done With COVID-19 and Pandemic-Powered Officials; Panicked Americans surrendered a lot of authority during the pandemic. Now they want their country back


FORMERLY KNOWN AS CINEMA


Director Vilsoni Hereniko Premieres His Very Personal “Sina Ma Tinirau” at HiFF

Crowdsourcing a Wildly Successful Series: Fans Pour Funding—and Faith—Into a Hit Drama About Jesus

Leo DiCaprio Foretells The End; Jonah Hill as Jerry Garcia; a Kurt Vonnegut Doc Four Decades in the Making

"Inventing Anna" Official Teaser, Netflix

‘Kitbag’: Ridley Scott’s ‘Massive’ Napoleon Epic Set to Start Filming in January; Cary Fukunaga is set to adapt Stanley Kubrick’s legendary and unfilmed “Napoleon” screenplay as a six-episode HBO mini-series

Matt Belloni of Puck: Miramax Sues Tarantino over 'Pulp Fiction' NFTs, Revealling Tarantino's Confidential Contract. See Who Else May Have Played the Lead Roles!


Dune’: How Denis Villeneuve’s VFX Team Created Desert Power for the Sandworms and Ornithopters

Three Steps to Developing and Selling Documentaries From The Producer Behind Becoming Cousteau and Fauci

'The Matrix Resurrections’ Writer Says It’s a ‘Weird Creation’ That ‘Subverts the Rules of Blockbusters’


Report: Netflix’s Satire “Don’t Look Up” Budget Includes $55 Million for DiCaprio, Lawrence

"Parallel Mothers"; Official UK Trailer

"Being the Ricardos" Official Trailer, Coming to Amazon

How to Make DIY Films and Put ‘Hollywood’ Out of Business

It’s Time to Take ‘Star Wars’ Movies Away from Kathy Kennedy


Rob Kay: "Mission: Joy" Doc Celebrating Friendship Between Desmond Tutu and Dalai Lama Screens at Hawaii International Film Festival

Oliver Stone's Epilogue "JFK Revisited" Trailer

‘Licorice Pizza’ First Reactions: PTA Is Back with ‘Incredible’ Debut Performance from Alana Haim


The 12 Best Working Cinematographers

The Power of the Dog review – Jane Campion’s superb gothic western is mysterious and menacing



Jack Avetisyan: From Whimsy to Worldly


STAGE STRUCK

Stephen Sondheim (1930-2021) was American theater royalty whose music will stand the test of time


‘Trouble in Mind’ review: A sharp Broadway satire about race & showbiz


The Highs And Lows Of The New Movie Musical Boom

Up, Up and Away: The Trippy Tales Behind ‘Flying Over Sunset’; How’s this for an unlikely idea for a musical? Three 1950s celebrities, including Cary Grant, experimenting with LSD. Together. It happened, sort of.

Poet Archibald MacLeish’s verse play "J.B.", directed by Elia Kazan, ran for nearly a year in New York and won a Tony in 1959

“Wicked” Thing: 38,000 People Have Signed a Petition to Keep James Corden Out of Movie of Broadway Hit


JOHN STEPPLING


Reading What Was Never Written

"And part of the problem with resistance has been the media effectively linking any dissenting opinion with far right Nationalists and Trump supporters. The lack of critical thinking regards media is breathtaking. This same bourgeois class I keep discussing here has stunningly ignored the obvious contradictions, and because they have far more sympathy with the ruling class than the working class, they are blind to the fact that the pandemic has initiated a massive class assault."


BEST OF THE WEEK with JERRY GOGOSIAN, THE INSTAGRAM LAUGH SENSATION!




ART NOIR

KAWS Sues Digital Marketplaces, Claiming ‘Calculated Schemes to Confuse and Deceive’ Collectors

This Saga Has No End: Prado museum downgrades Leonardo's $450m Salvator Mundi in exhibition catalogue


Fraud: the case of Inigo Philbrick

'I did it for the money, your honour': art dealer Inigo Philbrick pleads guilty to fraud and faces up to 20 years in prison

Nate Freeman: Why Hackers Love Cracking the Art World; After Art Basel suffered a recent security breach, experts weigh in on the allure of the sector. Says one: “There’s exchanges of very large sums of money.”


Painting recovered 40 years after its theft in East Germany may be an unknown Rembrandt

Facebook profits by aiding scammers as they mimic and rip off artists' work; Fraudsters are using Facebook to dupe people into buying artists’ works at bargain-bucket prices while supplying cheap knock-offs

Decades After a U.S. Soldier Took Them Home as a Souvenir, Long-Lost Artworks Return to Poland With the Help of the Monuments Men

Berlin museum acquires vast collection of antisemitic objects amassed by German man who helped Jewish people hide from Nazis

Hard Truths: Artists Are Fools for Love and Attention


PALATE PALETTE

Alison Roman: Easy Roast Chicken Dinner with Crispy Leeks

Melanie Dunea: My Last Supper with Mario Batali and 6 More Chefs on Their Final Meal


Skye McAlpine doesn’t just kill it in the kitchen; she nails the presentation as well. Now you can, too

Stanley Tucci : How to make Marinara Sauce


Shortly before her death, artist Julie Green concludes 21-year project depicting the final suppers of US death row inmates






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DAVE HICKEY WRITES NO MORE


Dave Hickey, influential critic who saw art as inseparable from everyday life, has died aged 82

Known for Book 'Air Guitar'

Roguish and erudite art critic

Brilliant Art Critic and Renegade Texan

Chronicler of the Artworld’s Beauty and Stupidity

Texas' Glasstire: Dave Hickey, 1938-2021

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RON COOPER


Light & Space at the Copenhagen Contemporary


Cooper and the Chouinard crew at Hussong's in 1962

Dave Hickey at The Harwood

Ron Cooper Racing at Bonneville Speed Week 2021

Ron Cooper "Cars & Bars" at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, 2021

Dennis Hopper’s Taos Ride


Artist Ron Cooper and His Work on Artsy

About the Memoir, "Finding Mezcal", by Ron Cooper

Forbes: Art, Love And Mezcal: How Ron Cooper Sparked A Revolución For Oaxaca's Smoky, Mysterious Spirit

Ron Cooper: Cars & Bars



Julia Friedman in the New Criterion: Prices are no help at all; On confusion surrounding the value of beauty



"It’s About Time" Tulsa Kinney Interviews Gallerist Bennett Roberts



Overloaded: is there simply too much culture?


Artist Paul McCarthy Has Spent His Entire Career Shocking Audiences. His Latest Provocation: Dressing Up as Hitler; The artist is presenting his newest work in a solo show at KODE Museum in Bergen, Norway


Travis Diehl: A Screaming, Menacing new public artwork by Sam Durant, installed on the High Line Plinth in New York through August 2022



The Prolific Milton Avery Brings Together Nearly 70 Prime Examples in a Travelling Exhibition



Huntington Added 50+ American Works in 2021


John David O’Brien: Jennifer Bartlett “Recitative” at Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA



Peru: A Journey in Time



Eric Johnson at the Paul Williams Gallery: Now Showing

Sculptor Eric Johnson Discusses the Secrets of Fabrication and Legendary Art Fabricator Jack Brogan


King of New York; A Profile of Legendary Dealer Leo Castelli


DESIGN


Scandinavian Design at Auction! See the Pics!

How a USC Architect Turned His Design Talents to Making Innovative Furniture



Leigh Salgado “As the World Turns” at Launch Gallery


32 Los Angeles-Based Artists and Collective Group Show "Built In" at the Neutra VDL House



Introducing Artist Zahava Sherez



Sold Out Show: In an unprecedented retrospective exhibit, Yayoi Kusama's obsessive works take over the Tel Aviv Museum of Art



Peek Inside Artist John Baldessari’s Santa Monica Home, Listed For $3.9M


ART AND POLITIX

"Speer Goes to Hollywood" Trailer


'It's more than just queering the canon': Fast rising figurative painter Doron Langberg on his latest works



Helen Chung "Redreaming My Borrowed Dreams in Colors of Spring 2022, When Everything Will Be OK" at Track 16


The New Criterion: Fear: On the human desire for freedom


ART AND RACE

New Funding Offshoot Expands Grants to Arts Groups in the Southeast; As part of the Southern Cultural Treasures program, the Ford Foundation and an Atlanta nonprofit will funnel aid to arts groups led by people of color in that region


Afrofuturist Room at the Met Redresses a Racial Trauma; “Before Yesterday We Could Fly,” a novel approach to the period room, threads together past, present and future. It focuses on Seneca Village, a Black community whose erasure still reverberates

In a Cryptic New Film, Arthur Jafa Inspires Awe—and Hope—for Black Futurity

‘I’m Working More With White Flesh and Toxicity’: Watch Artist Doreen Garner Explain Why She Embraced a New Approach After 2020



DISCOVERY


Restoration of Courtauld Gallery's Botticelli altarpiece yields surprising new discoveries

Caligula’s Gardens, Long Hidden Beneath Italian Apartment Building, to Go on View; The infamous Roman emperor’s extravagant tastes included opulent marble and exotic animals

Video: Caligula's Gardens

The Mysterious Genius Who Patented the UFO

Archaeologists discover ancient 'hangover prevention' ring; Byzantine era's largest known winery


GO, VAN GOGH!

Then and Now: Imagining Van Gogh's Painting Process


Another insect discovered in a Van Gogh painting—and this time it has left behind a trail


MUSIC AND SOUND


Marian Anderson: A Voice of Authenticity and Justice; A new box set explores the singer whose Lincoln Memorial concert was a 20th-century civil rights milestone


Record album collector puts world’s worst album art on show


‘About as big as it gets’: behind the scenes of Wagner’s The Valkyrie at English National Opera

Sound Artist Robert Takahashi Crouch, "Reconciliation" and a Film by Tyler Hubby


BRIE and BOSCH!


Painter Matthew Hansel "Inner Demon Delectatio" at The Hole




THE CLIMATE HAS ALWAYS BEEN CHANGING


Río y Respiro (River and Breath) Through a performance action, ephemeral installation, and production of a homonymous documentary video, Dhara Rivera proposes a conversation about the current state of the bodies of water that flow across the island.

We Can Clean Water with Our Earth; How locally sourced clay can be used to create natural water filtration systems

Climate crisis warnings—including from Greta Thunberg—beamed onto Tate Modern's tower by artist Jenny Holzer



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NFT: RESPECTABLE, EXCITING AND NEW!


After Deciding That ‘Technology Does Not Corrupt Artists,’ Pace Gallery Will Launch Its New NFT Platform Next Week; With digital artworks from Lucas Samaras, followed by new projects by Glenn Kaino and DRIFT

Inside the NFT Rush: Entrepreneurs Promise NFTs Will Destroy the Gatekeepers, While Jockeying to Become the New Gatekeepers

‘Fearless Girl’ sculptor mints NFTs to cover legal fees in rights dispute


‘I went from having to borrow money to making $4m in a day’: How NFTs are shaking up the art world.

Art Basel in Miami Beach to host first 'interactive' NFT exhibition in new collaboration with blockchain Tezos

Carsten Höller Booed at New York’s NFT-Themed Dreamverse Event

UniArts: A Prequel to Hyperwealth

Who Bought the Beeple? Swiss Venture Capitalist Revealed as Buyer of $29 M. Beeple Sculpture

NPR: Cha-ching! The NFT!


Meet Amar Singh, the Activist Art Gallerist Who Went From Dealing in Abstract Expressionism to $300 Million Worth of NFTs

More in our comprehensive NFT Guide


BOOKS AND WORDS

Lawrence Weschler’s Fortnightly Compendium of the Miscellaneous Diverse

‘The Collected Prose of T.S. Eliot’ Review: Keeper of the Flame


Hard Case Crime reissues the best in hard-boiled crime novels—and has turned Stephen King into a contributor

The Washington Post: Compelling, ambitious stories you can’t afford to miss

Hollywood Doesn’t Want Your Idea Unless It Is Based On A Book

CAA Agent Julia Glausi Tells You What Kind of Scripts Are Selling


‘A Library of Misremembered Books’ Is a Witty, Illustrated Compendium of Mistaken Titles

"Not Everyone Has Time To Be An Artist" says Glenn Gers, screenwriter

Is Amazon Changing the Novel? In the new literary landscape, readers are customers, writers are service providers, and books are expected to offer instant gratification.







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Part One: Antoinette LaFarge Talks Fictive Art with Artist Peter Hill

Part Two: Antoinette LaFarge Talks Fictive Art with Artist Peter Hill


Blatant LaFargery! An Interview with Antoinette LaFarge, Doug Harvey: "I have long been interested in art that straddles the line of truthiness — having participated in such antics with The Yes Men, the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Joey Skaggs, Jim Shaw, Jeffrey Vallance and others"



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HYPERFRAUGHT


What Do We Do with the Work of Immoral Artists? Where should we “draw the line” between sacrificing great art and supporting artists who are predators and bigots?

Opinion: Why the Art Institute of Chicago’s New Docent Program Faces Whitelash



Qatar Museums to Transform Nation into Outdoor Art Museum With Over 40 Newly-Installed Public Works By Artists From Louise Bourgeois to Bruce Nauman



What Constable Sacrificed for His Artistic Success; Sentimentality would creep into the artist's late evocations of remembered childhood scenes, as would idealization



The Museum That Introduced America To Modern Art


Kara Walker Will Co-Curate Confederate Statues for MOCA



Tour the L.A. Palatial Studio of Renowned Artist Charles Gaines


Edward Goldman takes us on a tour! His "Art and Hope at the End of the Tunnel" at USC Fisher Museum


EXPERIENTIAL

The Rise of Psychedelic Retreats

Happier Endings: On the art of My Barbarian at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art


Trulee Hall: Femininity in Phantasmagoria

A Tech Company Plans to Bring a ‘Definitive Immersive Experience’ of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera to London and Washington, D.C.



Look but Don’t Touch: A Guide to Naked Art History

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In conversation with Lawrence Weschler: Artist and Disability Activist Riva Lehrer


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ART BUSINESS

A New York Dealer Drops Partner Michael Ruiz After Artists Complained He Withheld Their Work and Payments for Sales; Nicole Calderòn has broken company with Future Gallery's Michael Ruiz

Getty Buys Classic Caillebotte at Auction

Photography Museum Fotografiska to Open Spaces in Berlin, Miami, and Shanghai

Egypt's ancient road of 1,000 sphinxes, buried under sand for centuries, unveiled in spectacular ceremony

Egypt celebrates the grand reopening of its 3,000-year-old Avenue of Sphinxes: Sacred 1.7-mile road lined with more than 1,050 statues was used as a parade route for the gods


Building on the Appeal of Lower-Priced Online Sales, Zwirner Launches an Editions Company to Publish Artists’ Prints

'Local galleries need to wake up, learn to compete with the real deal': what Seoul's galleries think of the influx of international dealers; With a rash of blue-chip gallery openings, and a new Frieze fair, the South Korean capital’s star is on the rise


A city on the move: How Tokyo’s art scene is reinventing itself



COLLECTORS CIRCLE


Collector Olivier Chow: Between the Aesthetics of Cruelty and Happy Pills


Art dealer Kavi Gupta transforms the loft above his gallery into a family haven that’s ready for guests and ready for art

Samsung Family Donates 23,000 Works to S. Korean Museums Amid $11 Billion Tax Bill


Crypto Billionaire Justin Sun Has Revealed Himself as the Buyer of the Macklowes’ $78.4 Million Giacometti; The 31-year-old CEO plans to donate the work, as well as several others, to his foundation.


‘I Fell in Love’: Why Hong Kong Collector Queenie Rosita Law Is Building a Trove of Eastern European Contemporary Art

Danish Collector Claus Risvig on Buying Emerging Art, and the Pitfalls of Living With Sculptures and Young Children

More Than 50 Works From the Collection of Late, Keen-Eyed Old Master Dealer Richard Feigen Could Fetch $17 Million at Auction

Why I Collect: Jason Bolden, Celebrity Stylist and Creative Director




PHOTOGRAPHY


Photographer Richard Schulman: Architecture’s Wings


Image As Offering: A Profile of Photographer Texas Isaiah


Rocky mountain high: 10 years in the Town of C – in pictures; New York photographer Richard Rothman spent a decade capturing life and landscape in a Colorado town 5,000ft above sea level. To highlight its archetypal character, he identifies the place only by its initial


Travels With Boji: Istanbul’s Commuter Dog


Visions and Vaqueros: Two San Antonio Photo Shows


Georgia O’Keeffe’s Photographs, Seen Closely for the First Time; In letters, O’Keeffe refers to her photos as “sketches,” a quick and precise way to get her ideas down


Forest Lawn and Photography


Serendipitous Shots Capture the Unexpected Everyday Humor of New York City’s Streets


When Lee Shulman bought a box of vintage slides he fell in love with the people and stories within – then he paired them with the beloved photographer Martin Parr’s own pictures


ARCHITECTURE

Important “Arts and Crafts” Architecture Archive Gifted to the Huntington Library; The gift will allow the institution to incorporate the Greene brothers' archives into its online systems to make it searchable online.


Bruno’s Steel House is on the Market for $1.75 Million

Town House by Grafton Architects wins the RIBA Stirling Prize


Keep Cool: the Concrete Castles of Louis Kahn

California First Female State Architect, Ida Clair

Pittsburgh Home by Renowned Architects Remains Virtually Unchanged Inside and Out Since Its 1940 Completion


CAW Architects designs colourful Google office near Palo Alto


The Stunning Grandeur of Soviet-Era Metros; Between 2014 and 2020, Frank Herfort visited more than 770 metro stations in 19 cities, creating a remarkable archive of architectural and artistic splendor

Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel on Their New (and Gorgeous) Documentary 'The Importance of Being an Architect'



AMAZING MOTHER NATURE

 


Mystery Lifeforms Have Been Found in The Hostile Darkness Beneath Antarctica

"Wings Over Water" Exclusive Trailer

We’re Not Done Yet; Here’s How Humans Are Still Evolving


Blue Animals Are Different From All the Rest


SURF

John John Florence Releases 20-Minute Surf Film From His European Archives; John John in Europe -- Le Vieux Monde En Rouge

John John Florence Releases Extended Outer Reef Cut From Recent Film ‘Maps of Home’

Extended Cut from 'Maps of Home'

Surfing science: Dependent on weather, defined by the ocean; wave riders are unsung masters of science







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