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Rare painting of Jackie Kennedy by Andy Warhol on sale this week; Jackie Kennedy in the moments before her husband’s murder


The Great Marian Goodman on Closing Her London Gallery: ‘Brexit Has Changed London’s Role’

For High-End Galleries, It’s a Season of Upended Exhibitions



An iPad Studio Tour Finds Bruce Nauman Pushing Limits; Through the medium of the touchscreen, the pioneering American artist has found a channel to fuse his body and his work space


On Gregory Crewdson: Featuring Malcolm Gladwell, Elvis Mitchell, and Jeff Tweedy



The Light and Bright Pure Color of Santa Barbara's Hank Pitcher



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Drive-Through Theater Creates Drama: Shia LaBeouf, on-set chaos and an L.A. play about COVID


Boffo Sculptor Lisa Williamson has been picked up by the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery



The Art Historical Precedents of Manga, Part 3 of 5: Ōtsu-e


Ivy N. Jones’s Bed-Stuy Welancora Gallery Has Been Advancing the African Diaspora for Two Decades


MUSEUM BLUES


Black Lives Matter movement is speeding up repatriation efforts, leading French art historian says; Warns of "collective amnesia" over restitution debates that happened 40 years ago

To mirror, and support, community: Everson Museum board chair defends deaccessioning of a Pollock

Kimberly Drew Asks: What Should a Museum Look Like in 2020?

How one art museum has reckoned with race and its past



Diedrick Brackens Explores the Warps and Wefts of Black and Queer Histories


ARTIST'S PROJECTS: REFIK ANADOL

Dynamic Network Between Neuroscience and The Arts; Refik Anadol Announces Collaboration With UCLA’s Neuroimaging Collective



Artist Refik Anadol Wants You To Share Your Fort Worth Memories For Public Art Project

Anticipating Post-Lockdown, NGV Triennial Exhibition Greets All With a Massive Digital Display Of “Machine Dreaming” By Turkish Artist Refik Anadol

 

Refik Anadol debuts his Symphonic Dreams with the Philadelphia Orchestra performing Beethoven’s 7th Symphony (Turn up the Volume!)


DISCOVERY

Researcher proposes new theory of consciousness

Scientists Just Discovered a Mysterious Organ Lurking in The Centre of The Human Head


ARCHITECTURE

Despina Stratigakos on the Politics of Architecture in Nazi Germany


Hashim Sarkis on “How will we live together?”: Exploring the Question of the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale

Abroad at Home: Into the Worlds of Islamic Architecture


Exhibition explores Australia–China architectural relationship


Selldorf Architects clads Hauser & Wirth New York gallery in concrete

How Architects Can Ease the Global Housing Crisis


The Wave art gallery in China is wrapped by aluminium scales


Zaha Hadid Architects Reveals Design For Hong Kong Skyscraper On World's Most Expensive Site

The Wondrous Works of Martin Rajnis


See How This Rooftop Restaurant in Paris Pulls Out All the Design Stops



Lino sheets and London streets – the Pioneers of Modern British Printmaking


ARTIST’S HEALTH

Watching nature shows on TV can cure boredom, sadness

 

New Book Says the Dutch Art Of ‘Niksen’ Is The Secret To Happiness


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Jacob Lawrence painting, missing for decades, is found by Met visitor

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Firestorms, Tsumanis, Big Waves and Kate Bosworth!

"It is almost impossible to define the process of art making. It is as equally difficult to express the experience of surfing. These two worlds are twin mirrors. Both are tedious and frustrating as one waits and hopes for a wave or an idea. Both require a million immediate micro-decisions. Both are eager to seize an opportunity. Both demand courage, stamina and perseverance. In the arts, success is as fleeting as the memory of a sublime ride." - Gordy Grundy

The Long, Wild Ride of John Philbin: Surfer, Actor, and Now, Art Curator


How Simone Leigh’s Sculptures Centering Black Women Brought Her to the Venice Biennale



Marina Abramović Enhances Her Brand; Abramović’s interests lie more with perpetuating herself as a product than with what she actually expresses through her art


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Who Really Inspired Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca?

The New Yorker: How Saidiya Hartman Retells the History of Black Life


The Getty has published a new edition of Lawrence Weschler's "Robert Irwin Getty Garden"

Unquiet Spirits: The Lost Female Ghost-Story Writers Returning To Haunt Us


French Writer Victor Hugo Was a Visual Artist Drawn to the Void



Brazilian Graffiti Outlaws OSGEMEOS Take The Art World By Storm


ART AND RACE

40 Black playwrights on the theater industry’s insidious racism


ART IS GOOD BUSINESS

Fancy a free Takashi Murakami work? Perrotin gallery launches art treasure hunt in Paris; French gallery is hiding 20 valuable works in the empty nave of the Grand Palais—and the public have 48 hours to find them!


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Josef Albers, the Artist Who Inspired Ruth Bader Ginsburg


LOSING AND CHOOSING MY RELIGION

Glimpse Heaven and Other Afterlives With Films About Life After Death; Here are some entertaining movies about the afterlife to watch

Making Joy; We Are What We Repeatedly Do

“Sing Your Life” Morrissey



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See Pettibon’s Pacific Pop at Regen Projects


OUR NEW PODCAST Artist Debi Cornwall Discusses Her "Necessary Fictions"; Host Michael Delgado


COLLECTORS CIRCLE


Art-filled home of late MOCA co-founder Merry Norris sells for $4.75 million

The art world doubles up — online and for real; As galleries continue to adapt to new realities, the hybrid model is making a powerful statement during Frieze Week in London


Collector Charles Tong: Only Crazy Ones Can Succeed

The Australian Collector Shift; Australians are actively participating and engaging in art on an international level compared to before, and this is probably recognised on a global scale


John Morrissey: Attorney by Day, Art Collector by Night


United Nations’ Women Together Award for the Visionary Patroness Ella Fontanals-Cisneros

A More Personal viennacontemporary Is Back This September



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Trent Reznor Debuts ‘Mank’ Score First Listen, Plus Over 200 Photos from Fincher’s Netflix Film

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The Trial of the Chicago 7: The Wildest Things the Movie Left Out

Woody Allen’s “Celebrity” Reconsidered


The Fascinating Backstory of Creative Initiative; How The Lion King Became a $9 Billion Broadway Smash

WSJ: Four Ways the Coronavirus Pandemic Might Change Entertainment


‘My Psychedelic Love Story’ Review: Errol Morris’ Touching LSD Romance Adds New Dimension to Timothy Leary

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Philip Guston Show in Houston Is Shelved, and the Texas Art Community Cries Foul; Texas art voices weigh in on the controversy

With Black Artists’ Input, One Gallery Is ‘Starting to Look Different’; Los Angeles dealer David Kordansky is using this moment to get more serious about helping and hiring people “left out of the conversation”

ART NOIR

Shocking New Clue! Criminal claims 13 works from legendary Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist in Boston are hidden in a Dublin house; Is this the work of notorious Irish gangster Martin “The Viper" Foley?

Dozens of Art Objects Vandalized in Mysterious Attacks at German Museums

Why Are So Many Grateful Dead Fans Being Murdered?

They took $645 million in valuables. Then they took a taxi


In 1948, This Japanese Painter and Pornographer Poisoned the Clerks and Robbed the Bank!

Attacker sprays oil in Berlin museums, damaging sarcophagi, sculptures and frames


New Information Evidences the Suicide of Vincent Van Gogh




Jim Shaw: Hope Against Hope at Simon Lee, London


WOKE OR CHOKE?

Stephens: 1619 Project “Has Failed.” A Thesis in Search of Evidence

“This Isn’t Jayson Blair”: With 1619 and Caliphate Controversies, the New York Times Turns On Itself

Sadly, Cancel Culture Comes to Journalism

Sasha Stone: Orwellian Thoughtcrimes and Why You Should Commit Them; Just Gimme Some Truth


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: The coronavirus event, whatever the actual dangers associated with this virus, has served to reveal in stark relief both the authoritarian plans of world economic leaders and the ruling class they represent, and the final stage of a new irrationality (under cover of hyper rationality) in contemporary society.


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ARTIST PROFILE: JOHN McCRACKEN


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John McCracken (Artist) Wikipedia

Knight: John McCracken Dies at 76; Contemporary Artist Made Geometric Sculptures

Full Curriculum Vitae at David Zwirner


Roberta Smith: John McCracken, Sculptor of Geometric Forms, Dies at 76

John McCracken: Represented by David Zwirner

A Must See! John McCracken, Paintings, at LA Louver, 1993


The McCracken Collection at the Laguna Art Museum


Venus Over Manhattan: John McCracken “Planks” 2017

Smithsonian: Oral History Interview with John McCracken; 2010, Apr. 19-Aug. 4


Architectural Digest Retrospective of John McCracken's Colorful Sculptures at David Zwirner, 2013

John McCracken's ART, an Interpretive Video (Turn the volume down)

Reflections on the Monolith: Kubrick, McCracken, Zeppelin, Nothing

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John McCracken Works from 1963-2011 at David Zwirner


Exclusive: John Chalmers: Remembering the Maverick Metaphysician John McCracken


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