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Mary Cassatt, the Women’s Vote and the Proposed New Holiday of Mother’s Day: Cassatt’s Surprisingly Fraught and Much Loved ‘The Child’s Bath’



Masterworks Wants to Turn the Art Market Into the Stock Market by Selling Fractions of Paintings by Famous Artists. Should You Buy In? Masterworks and other fractional ownership platforms make art an affordable investment. Yet the bargain may not pay off



Hardest Workin’ Man in the Art Biz: It’s stupid, it’s chaos – it’s love: Damien Hirst on his Cherry Blossoms



For Asian Lives To Matter: Joan Kee on Seattle-based Chinese American Photographer Chao-Chen Yang’s “Apprehension”, ca. 1942



Finkel: Eli Broad, an unexpected—and often unreasonable—arts patron; Self-made billionaire helped shape the Los Angeles art scene, while clashing with most of its prominent museum leaders; Changed the Los Angeles museum-going demographics to include younger, more diverse audiences

‘I Never Experienced Such Focus and Determination’: Jeffrey Deitch, Jenny Holzer, and Others Reflect on the Life of Eli Broad

CBS Sunday Morning Visits with Eli Broad; From 2010: Private art collections go public

Blue Chip Remembrances of Eli Broad


Eli Broad, the billionaire philanthropist and art collector who helped shape L.A.'s cultural landscape has passed Friday afternoon at the age of 87



Goldman: Los Angeles Is a Blooming Paradise; Re-Openings; Eli Broad



50 Years Ago, Romare Bearden and His Colleagues Founded a New York Gallery for Artists of Color. A New Show Celebrates Its Legacy



Brooklyn Rail: An Interview with Clever Artist Alex Hay


Rappleye: Provenance; Senga Nengudi’s Public Rituals; Ceremony for Freeway Fets (1978)


Uproar as UK government plans to cut funding for arts education by 50% to prioritise 'high-value subjects'



Bill and Melinda Gates are divorcing—what will happen to their art?... A look at some of the art world's bitterest splits



Metro Pictures opens "Louise Lawler: One Show on Top of the Other”; Visual Unease



An Artist Who Built His Audience by the Side of the Road; Otis Houston Jr.; Gallery is showing his work at a major art fair



Paolo Salvador “Resonancias Oníricas” at Peres Projects


‘An important work by Titian has been hiding in plain sight’


Interview: Antony Gormley has always believed that sculpture can change the world – and that faith is firmer than ever


Sperm whales in 19th century shared ship attack information


Depicting Moby Dick – The Artists Who Set Out To Capture Melville’s White Whale



Houston Dealer Barbara Davis Has an Eye for Spotting Future Stars. Here Are the 3 Artists She’s Watching Now; Dealer famously gave Julie Mehretu her first gallery show in the late 1990s


Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms, Tate Modern


Doug Varone in Ten Acts; Choreographer’s first pandemic piece is a mini-series of short films, set to songs from the 1940s and 50s and produced through Zoom


Hollywood Claws Back


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




COMICS by Butcher and Wood: Artists In Hell, For All Have Sinned

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye "Fly in League with The Night" at Tate Britain


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No Reserve : Episode 2



'Intelligent design': Frank Gehry's surprisingly subtle $233m makeover of Philadelphia Museum of Art revealed


ART AND RACE


The Problem with Copycat ‘Race Horror’ TV


The Artist Deana Lawson Upending Photography’s Brutal Racial Legacy



Dallas Museum of Art and Van Gogh Museum Co-Organize First Exhibition Dedicated to Van Gogh’s Olive Grove Series


Visiting Yayoi Kusama’s Sprawling New 70-Year Survey Is Like Stepping Inside a Frenzied Tik-Tok Feed… in a Good Way



Uli Sigg’s Idiosyncratic Collection of North and South Korean Art Is Going on View in a Rare Show in Switzerland



Brazilian artist Caetano de Almeida: A Painter of Organized Chaos


Brooklyn Show Brings Together the Vibrant Work of 7 Contemporary Cuban Artists—See Images Here



Trial and Success: Variant Color Schemes in the Prints of Utagawa Hiroshige; Largest collection of prints



Obituary: Turkish Artist Selma Gürbüz (1960–2021)



The Unapologetically Zealous Paintings of ‘Bible Nerd’ Genesis Tramaine


Cincinnati Art Museum to host reconstruction of trailblazing '80s exhibition; Curator Barbara Rose



Autry Museum “Miniatures Painting” Sale Offers a Fascinating Look into the Art World Universe of Contemporary Western Artists; Cowboy Blue Chip; Indigenous Soul; a Palette of Styles




For the women of Venice, the fiddly art of bead-stringing is worth fighting for


Secret Garden: Artist with a Green Thumb David Horvitz; Exploring the Balance Between Private and Public




PHOTOGRAPHY


Latino Lowrider car culture photographed in Kristin Bedford's 'Cruise Night'


Looking Back on Laura Aguilar’s Pioneering Vision


‘Photography Makes Me Look Within’: a Tribute to Laura Aguilar (1959–2018)


Drinkers and dreamers: Martin Parr’s favourite images of postwar Britain – in pictures


Subway to Studio 54: a bygone New York – in pictures


Cowboys Don’t Shoot Straight (Like They Used To): Artist Pacifico Silano at Houston Center for Photography


Objects of Aggression: A Conversation with Theresa Newsome, Texas Photog explores the concepts of racial identity, history and gender


BRAVING OPPRESSION

Pandemic policies have widened disparities between races, classes, and genders


Cuban dissident artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara forcibly taken to hospital by security services eight days into a hunger strike; Calls for free speech and artistic freedom in Cuba; International attention

Ancient Indigenous Petroglyphs Defaced With Racist Message; In Utah known as "Birthing Rock”; Ute tribes between 700 and 2,500 years ago

Billy Crystal says comedy is ‘becoming a minefield’

Dispatches from the asylum; On satire in the age of political correctness

“Alephia 2053” Animated toppling of dystopia takes Arab streaming world by storm

“Alephia 2053” Trailer

Do Not Split, a documentary about Hong Kong pro-democracy protests; See the 30 min Doc



Neel: The Wende Museum; Valuing the Valueless

David Hockney Sunrise Digital Art will be Broadcast Worldwide; 2.5 Minute Animated Digital Billboards


Learn About the Under-Sung Women of Arte Povera in a New Lecture Series


GOOD GIGS


Artist Retreat Redefined: Where the Magic Happens; Beatrice Monti della Corte and her villa in Tuscany; Ralph Fiennes and Edmund White recount the extraordinary experience


AMAZING MOTHER NATURE


Mauna Loa, The World’s Biggest Volcano, Is Waking Up And It’s Time To Prep For An Eruption

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

Balloon test flight plan under fire over solar geoengineering fears

Video shows 1,000-dolphin 'stampede' off California coast

This Week: Rare New South Wales Wave Sets Go Berserk After Torrential Rains







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Julie Mehretu Reminds Us That Borders Are Meant to Be Trespassed


Brooklyn Rail: Julie Mehretu at the Whitney


NFT: AT LAST, THE DELUGE OF NFT NEWS SLOWS TO A MODEST SHOWER


Vatos minting NFTs: How much would you pay for a digital lowrider?


Vanity Fair: Inside the Art World’s Latest Foray Into NFTs; Rewind Collective, an anonymous digital feminist collective; AbEx Heroes: Frankenthaler, de Kooning, Hartigan, Thomas, Drexler; Christies collab by gallerist Amar Singh

Why NFTs Aren’t the Solution to Museums’ Deaccessioning Dilemmas or Any Other Big Problems, Either (and Other Insights)


The 10 Images That Shaped Digital Strategist to the Art World JiaJia Fei's Career In The Digital Art Space


Rare piece of art by Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia to be sold as NFT for more than $1 million

The NFT Craze, Explained


It's a Hit! Bored Ape Yacht Club is a Hoot! Bored Apes Are Flying Off the OpenSea Shelves! You Heard It Here First!

Julia Friedman: Digital Art NFTs: The Marriage of Art & Money


What's Going On With Paris Hilton's Pivot to NFT Influencer? Iconic Crypto Queen; Virtual blondes have more fun

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7 of the Greatest Long-Lost Art Historical Masterpieces That Were Found in Attics and Basements—Ranked; Who doesn't love a great find?


Zak Smith: Owning Art, NFTs, a Questionable Sol Lewitt Windfall and the Pride of Ownership



Charlie James Gallery at Frieze New York: Patrick Martinez & Lucia Hierro



Deborah Roberts’s Intricate and Thoughtful Depictions of Black Childhood; “There’s a lot here to unpack if you’re willing to do the work,” says Roberts



Best Seen Virtually: Artists Exhibit Drawings in Chernobyl’s Dead Zone


Did You Forget How to Behave at an Art Fair? Us Too. Here Are Some Dos and Don’ts for Frieze New York; It's been a while, hasn't it?



Majolica Mania: Transatlantic Pottery in England and the United States, 1850–1915



New York-based artist Mika Tajima: Illusions of Control


My Five Favorite Meals: Artist Mark Kostabi; From dinner with Ornette Coleman to dessert with Sophia Loren, artist Mark Kostabi shares the meals that have mattered the most to him



Artillery, Shoptalk in LA: Digital Art Happenings, In Memory: Simone Gad, LA Museum Update



A Conversation with Emily Barker, (They/Them), Artist and disability activist


Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Curator and Author Legacy Russell on Rebuilding Art Institutions From Within



Brooklyn Rail: Interview with EJ Hauser; “I believe in art that is capable of generating energy, and what a magical healing power art is, as it lessens the burdens of life’s gravity”


OUR DIGITAL WORLD

The Instagram ads Facebook won't show you; Your Data Collection

Infinite Nature: Generating a Perpetual Aerial View from a Single Image


Conflicting Accounts of Violence: A March Against Toxic Philanthropy Inside MoMA


ART NOIR


Kim Kardashian Caught Up In Ancient Roman Statue Smuggling Row; Statue fragment to be forfeited and returned to Italy


Interview: ‘We go after them like pitbulls’ – Christopher Marinello, the art detective who hunts stolen Picassos and lost Matisses

S.F. museums checking on artworks suspected of being looted by Nazis

Man caught stealing Warhol, another painting worth a combined $80,000; From the back of an unlocked 2018 Porsche Macan belonging to 52-year-old victim Gil Traub a Manhattan art curator


How a Devious Handshake Deal Let Arthur Sackler Store His Artworks in a Secret Gallery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for Years; Patrick Radden Keefe's 'Empire of Pain' includes some strange details about the Sackler family's art collecting past

“I Can’t Abandon My Name”: The Sacklers and Me, Molly Sackler; All the cultural and medical institutions that have taken Sackler money in exchange for naming rights


Interpol Has a New App That Will Let You Identify and Report Stolen Art From the Comfort of Your Home


Is This the Hidden Resting Place, With a Cache of Gold, of the Famed Russian Amber Room, Worth £120-£240 million, Looted by the Nazis?


Is This Man the Evil Genius Behind the Old-Master Forgery Spree Called the ‘Crime of the Century’? We Paid Him a Visit to Find Out


John Rattenbury, architect and protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright who was the child observer of a notorious murder case – Obituary


STREETWISE


Shep Fairey in Dubai: A Mosaic Future and a Solo Show at Opera

Brooklyn Street Art: “Graffiti Documenting and Divinity” James Prigoff


The Street Wisdom of Al Díaz, a First-Generation Graffiti Artist


Spanish Tipplers Frolic in Falset, Spain: Marina Capdevila Celebrates Her Roots

Artist Mear One: Mural on Melrose at Spaulding


DISCOVERY

New Yorker: How the Pentagon Started Taking U.F.O.s Seriously; Faith-based; Protecting ‘common good’; Overwhelming evidence; Obstructionism

We are a Water Planet: US Navy ‘has discussed possibility UFOs are coming from underwater base’


Getty Villa Is Showing the World's Freakiest Drinking Horns


What doomed Cahokia, a sprawling city near St. Louis, Missouri, 1,000 years ago?

Archaeologists Say a Mystifying Group of Ancient Monuments in Saudi Arabia Suggests the Existence of a Prehistoric Cattle Cult; Massive monuments; Desert was covered in verdant green plantlife

Archaeologists in Italy Unearth Marble Bust of Rome’s First Emperor, Augustus


BOOKS AND WORDS

An American Wrote a Memoir About How She Built Tehran’s Legendary $3 Billion Art Collection. The Iranian Art World Begs to Differ


Taschen publishes an immersive book scaled to Gio Ponti's kaleidoscopic universe


Mother’s Day at Waikiki: Author of NYT’s Book Review Recommendation “Wave Woman” Vicky Durand Reminisces about the Golden Age of Surfing with her Mom

Rachel Cusk Intertwines Art with Healthy Skepticism; Fiercely odd, even unfashionably allegorical book, "Second Place”; Disappointing if it weren’t so bafflingly good

‘Jaws at 35,000 feet’: the flight attendant whose debut thriller sold for seven figures

Poems by John Tottenham and William Minor

Book Review: Gentile Bellini’s Portrait of Sultan Mehmed II By Elizabeth Rodini

Fran Lebowitz on the Best American Writer You've Never Heard of Dawn Powell (1896–1965)




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Paul Verhoeven is Back! Based on a true story! “Benedetta” Trailer: Late 15th century, plague ravaging the land, a miracle-working novice joins a Tuscany convent!

'A Quiet Place Part II' Drops Final Trailer As Emily Blunt And John Krasinski's Movie Paves Way For Theater Return

'A Quiet Place Part II' - Official Final Trailer; Emily Blunt, John Krasinski

Albuquerque Is Winning the Streaming Wars; New Mexico spent millions in corporate incentives to bring a massive Netflix production hub to a struggling suburban development outside its largest city. Will it pay off?

10 Must-See Movies from Emerging Filmmakers at New Directors/New Films 2021


"Mainstream" Zooms In on the Relatable Narcissism of YouTube Creators; "Palo Alto" director Gia Coppola on her sophomore feature; Stars Andrew Garfield

The Oscars were a Wakeup Call for Hollywood and the Left

‘Summer of Soul’ - Official Teaser Trailer Documentary (2021)

Actor Ewan McGregor Gets Glam and Too High! “Halston” Netflix Series

‘WandaVision’ Team Cut Doctor Strange from Finale to Avoid ‘White Guy’ Saving the Day


Behind Warner Bros.’ Search for a Black Superman; Ta-Nehisi Coates writes the latest feature; Studio is searching for its director and star; Kick-starts the next phase of its DC universe

The Unexpected Cinematic Journeys of German photographer and filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger; At Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA)

Netflix's Mark Millar plans to build a streaming superhero universe starting with 'Jupiter's Legacy,' after inspiring some of Marvel's biggest stories

The Icon and the Outcast: Hattie McDaniel’s Epic Double Life

Oscar Ratings Plunge — Blame Un-Fun Movies?

Justin Theroux, Neil Cross on Adapting ‘The Mosquito Coast’ for Modern Times

“Siberia” Trailer; Abel Ferrara Directs Willem Dafoe; Beautifully Intriguing

Promo Footage and New Info From Neill Blomkamp's New Horror Film ‘Demonic’

The Great Eleven-Minute Pie-Fight Sequence Cut from “Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb”


George C. Scott Recalls the Many Theories Why the “Stangelove” Pie Fight Was Cut and Reveals the Truth

Insider ‘Notes from The War Room’ from “Dr. Strangelove” Co-writer Terry Southern; Pie Fight Blow by Blow

Steven Spielberg's 'West Side Story' Unveils First Trailer During Oscars



25 Movies with Award Winner potential in 2022: ‘French Dispatch,’ ‘Dune,’ and More



Yau: So Much Achieved by One Artist, Belgian Ilse D’Hollander, in So Little Time


The (Art) Studio at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Their Travel Poster of the Week:



From da Vinci to Bosch, the 10 Most Googled Paintings of 2020


ARCHITECTURE


How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love L.A.’s Cold War-Era Nike Missile Sites


Anya Moryoussef, a Toronto-based architect known for considering every aspect of a client’s needs before beginning her practice, is the recipient of the 2021 Emerging Architect Award


The Cloudscape of Haikou; MAD Architects

Rafael Moneo awarded Venice Architecture Biennale Golden Lion award


Berlin Is Unveiling a $168 Million Top-to-Bottom Renovation of Mies van der Rohe’s Neue Nationalgalerie — See Images Here


Christopher Carter, a Miami-based artist, designed a home, studio and exhibition space with the help of Gary Williams, an architect; 11 Images

Years After Deadly Shooting, Tree of Life Synagogue Plans a New Beginning; Daniel Libeskind architect


Slip of the Pen; New book about architecture and capitalism reveals the problem with today’s mode of criticism: “Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin”

How The Chelsea,a Legendary New York Hotel Became a Battleground; Mark Twain and Bob Dylan slept at the Chelsea. Now, developers hope to lure tourists, but they have to soothe some frustrated tenants

Student architects lead the way on a new wave of campus furniture; Images!


Our Lady of Fátima Shrine / Robert Gutowski Architects




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Biggers is Better! Sanford Biggers unveils monolithic sculpture at Rockefeller Plaza

Artist Sanford Biggers Explains How Our Misunderstandings of Classical Sculpture Inspired His Rockefeller Center Takeover




ART REPORT TODAY GALLERIES: Now Exhibiting



Artforum Review: KAWS, Brooklyn Museum


DANCE

Review: New York City Ballet – Sofia Coppola’s beautiful, intimate portrait

Directed by Sofia Coppola, an encore presentation of the New York City Ballet 2021 Spring Gala: See It Here!


Why Did a Horde of the Uber-Rich Just Descend on Mexico City’s Galleries? Because the Art Market’s Future (for Now) Is Regional



Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Living Abstraction



Florine Stettheimer’s ‘Cathedrals of Art’ Celebrates and Critiques New York’s Secular Shrines. Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About It



‘There Are Monsters on All Sides’: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer on Why Her Epic Painting of the Capitol Riot Is Not a Simple Morality Tale



Berlin-born painter Walter Gramatté and 1920’s Hamburg



Erotic Collages and Mysterious Hats: How a Whitechapel Gallery Show Is Making Sense of the Surreal Art of Eileen Agar (1899–1991)

Harvey: Wear a tall hat like a druid in the old days

 


Brooklyn Rail: Interview with Artist Ebecho Muslimova; “Laughter is vulnerable and instinctive, but it’s also communal. I think it unites people because part of finding something funny is assuming others do too”


ART BUSINESS

Review: Frieze New York Review: The Art Fair Is Back

‘It’s Exciting for People to Have That ‘Wow’ Moment’: Collectors Snap Up Major Works by Dana Schutz and George Condo at Frieze New York; Dealers managed to do strong business on opening day at the pared-down Frieze New York

Who Needs a Curator When You Have A.I.? A Group of Artists Trained a Machine to Curate 64 Possible Whitney Biennials


‘What the F*ck Is This?’: Beeple Was in an Ebullient Mood at Frieze New York, If a Bit Perplexed by Some of the Art; Where he lives, he said, "no one cares about art.”

The Art Market 2021: Art Basel and UBS presented a panel of experts to discuss its key findings and how they shaped the art market over the course of last year

Art World Players Rethink the Auction Marketplace; New peer-to-peer digital platform lets high-end collectors buy and sell without the middleman; Sotheby’s rainmaker Adam Chinn plans launch


‘There’s a huge art culture here’: Can Hota, pronounced “Hotter”, a $60m gallery, break Australia’s Gold Coast stereotypes?


Crowds flock to revamped Uffizi Galleries—but can't post pictures on social media


If you can't beat them, join them: Goodman Gallery jumps on the Hamptons bandwagon with new outpost


Saudia Arabia Reveals Its $15 Billion Masterplan to Turn the Ancient City of AlUla Into a Global Tourist Culture Hub

Art World Players Rethink the Auction Marketplace; New peer-to-peer digital platform lets high-end collectors buy and sell without the middleman

Artists are expected to give away their work for charity. No longer, new platform, The Stand has been launched by Robin Woodhead, former Sotheby's boss and will give 70% to artists, 20% to charity


UNAUTHORIZED! BOLD! CRASS! IMMERSIVE!

An Incredible, One-of-a-Kind, Immersive Banksy Street Art Exhibition Is Coming To L.A., New York, and... Over 70 original (Authenticated!) Works; International TourLA Tickets, Click Here

Art Marketing: 'The Art of Banksy' exhibit brings 80 rarely-seen works to Chicago's West Loop this Summer



Brooklyn Rail: Adam Henry: “God Speed Speed Demon” at Candice Madey



Art Dirt Podcast: Why We Love (and Hate) Art Meme Accounts



Why Kehinde Wiley Listens to Audiobooks When He Paints; The renowned painter on how he enters a “muscle-memory place” to create his oversize portraits inspired by the Western canon



Artist Accra Shepp ‘Folium Pictum’ at Von Lintel Gallery



A Bright and Bold New Show Spotlighting Artists’ Obsession With Color Is on View Now in Phoenix—See the Kaleidoscopic Images Here at Arizona's Bentley Gallery


ARTIST’S HEALTH

Finding your inner peace through art

Town and Country: The Beauty of Looking at Beauty; Science tells us that gazing upon beautiful things is a form of self-care

Explore Coral Reefs and Enjoy Flower Arrangements Inspired by Art

Lonely Nation: 2 in 3 Americans feel more alone than ever before; Admit to crying for first time in years

Trouble Sleeping at Night? This Won’t Help. Asteroid simulation ends in unavoidable disaster for Earth

The weird science of the placebo effect keeps getting more interesting; Take this sugar pill. Twice a day. And feel better?


Chris Kraus on Borders, Racism and Staying Put


DON EDLER

Art Report Today Podcast: Visual Artist + Filmmaker Don Edler with Host Michael Delgado


SURF


How the POV Camera Completely Changed Our Surfing Perspective

#LaBomba ! Here’s a Look at Maxing Newport’s Wedge During the Season’s First Hefty South Swell


A Modern-Day Anime Fairy Tale, With Surfing



Remy Jungerman “Brilliant Corners” at Fridman Gallery, NYC



Doug Harvey: Artist Michael Arata-Tat-Tat



COLLECTORS CIRCLE


Aesthetics of Cruelty and Happy pills with Collector Oliver Chow

Famed Ceramicist and Part-Time Actor Seth Rogen Is Quietly Building a Star-Studded Art Collection


Young Collectors 2021; New Faces, Strong Passions


Amant-Garde: Collector Lonti Ebers Goes to Work on New Residency Programs for Brooklyn and Tuscany


Lonti Ebers, ArtNews Top 200 Collector


Monaco-Based Collector Emilie Pastor on Buying Her First NFT, and the Work That Was (Luckily) Destroyed in Transit


Collector Evan Chow discusses how to balance between Curatorial Importance and Investment


Can the Pandemic Home-Improvement Boom Boost the Market? Liz Beaman Delman, an Auction Veteran’s New Company Targets Interior Designers and Their Art Collecting Clients


In Conversation with Collector Sierra Klein; Artists Mia Weiner, Harland Miller, Sara Olshansky


What I Buy and Why: Hermès Heir Collector Oleg Guerrand on the Perils of Dishonest Dealers, and the Napoleon Painting He Loves the Most


STAGE


Afternoon of a Fawn; An audio play re-creates what went down when Dame Edith Sitwell met Marilyn Monroe

Despite green light, Broadway to remain dark until Sept. 14


’25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ Film in the works from Disney

Florence + the Machine singer, Florence Welch, to adapt The Great Gatsby for Broadway musical; Collaborate with musician Thomas Bartlett and Pulitzer-winning playwright Martyna Majok

C’est Vrai! French audiences develop a taste for window theatre; Content with performing from behind the windows of a fashion boutique

Tamanoir Immersive Studio Showreel; French Theatrical innovators


New Beatles Musical ‘She loves you’ in development for 2022 world premiere


JOHN STEPPLING


The Woke Freikorps

There are mass regressions, psychologically and emotionally, taking place against the backdrop of the ‘lockdowns’ (sic). One sees this in an increasingly incoherent political spectacle, in the train wreck of unscripted extemporaneous comments from government leaders, and throughout social media. Unless there is a teleprompter handy, the elected politicians have a hard time focusing on even the topic, let alone organizing an answer. There is a critical degree of bad faith in the functionary class. Even as the script is being followed, word for word, the gnawing virus {sic} of uncertainty is palpable. And social media is now a morass of projection, shaming, guilt, and anxiety.


ART AND RACE


Through Video and Collage, Abbey Williams Inverts the Paradigm of White Hegemony; In "Vignette", Williams explores how Black affective space persists within and outside the constricted frame of the white gaze

The Getty Has Partnered With the City of Los Angeles to Identify and Preserve Landmarks Related to Black History

How Should Black and Indigenous Film Directors Depict Generational Trauma?


MUSIC


ArtReview Podcast: Subject, Object, Verb: Pat Metheny’s Philosophy of Music

After a Viral Love Song, Girl in Red Debuts Her New Album; Norwegian alternative artist

girl in red - Serotonin (official video)


ARTIST PROFILE: ROBERT LONGO


Robert Longo at Metro Pictures

Robert Longo Interview: I am an Image Thief

Robert Longo by Keanu Reeves; Interview Magazine

NYT: The Very Timely Art of Robert Longo, March 1985

Robert Longo’s Website


The Art of Robert Longo; Robert Longo's art is defined by a relentless pursuit of the sublime

Robert Longo on Artsy; View Many Works


Robert Longo: Men, Monsters, and Museums; Talks about Goya and Eisenstein, making art from catastrophe, and the curious resilience of Johnny Mnemonic

Robert Longo on Artnet; Much to See

The Weight of Bullets: Sculpture by Robert Longo


The Sizable Robert Longo Collection at The Broad

Artist Robert Longo: ‘Taking down statues was one of America’s greatest moments’


Robert Longo rallies artists to donate $1m worth of art for Guild Hall benefit show

Selection of Texts for a Robert Longo Exhibition

Robert Longo Biography on Wikipedia

Working Towards Affection: An Interview with Robert Longo, 2010


Robert Longo: Storm of Hope at Jeffrey Deitch, 2020






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