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MONOLITH 2021


Minnesotans flock to Minneapolis park to see 'caveman in ice' sculpture



Nate Freeman’s Wet Paint: Art Dealer’s Daughter Pitches Woo on ‘The Bachelor,’ Eight-Figure Diebenkorn Goes to Palm Beach, & More Art-World Gossip

EXPERIENCE


Entrepreneurs Bet Big on Immersive Art Despite Covid-19; For-profit experiential art centers are investing hundreds of millions of dollars in a business where audiences have evaporated because of the pandemic


Despite Bans on Public Gatherings, Marc Glimcher’s New ‘Superblue’ Initiative, a Series of Venues Dedicated to Big, Immersive Art, Is Still Launching in March 2021


The Blockbuster Avant-Garde


To preview of his upcoming show 'Flags and Debris,' Regen Projects presents a short film by Doug Aitken

 

Doug Aitken in conversation with Max Hollein; Friday, February 19; Make a reservation here


OUR DIGITAL WORLD


Augmented Dreams: Acute Art and other AR platforms offer artists exciting new art-making and art-marketing opportunities


Aspirational Dystopia: Luke Libera Moore on Cyberpunk 2077 (2020)


PODCASTING

Podcasting is on fire! The Podcasts To Watch Out For In 2021

Bible podcast becomes most popular


ART AND FILM


Ever Wonder How Art Gets on TV? Here’s How Masterpieces Earned Cameos on Six Shows, From ‘Succession’ to ‘Little Fires Everywhere’


Star of new art world drama “Paint,” actress Olivia Luccardi Lists Five Favorite Emerging Artists

LA Weekly Film Pick: New Art world melodrama: PAINT




Ulay, on his own terms; a Biography


Arts workers are building a labor movement to save a creative economy in peril

The Vicious Cynicism of Installing Noguchi at the White House

Isn’t This How Artists Learn to Paint? The story behind a student who discovered Teenager Edward Hopper's earliest paintings were copies


Never Getting Home! Homer Gets Cancelled; School has banned ‘The Odyssey’

How a Trump Executive Order Aims to Set White Supremacy in Stone—Classical Architecture



Shop Talk with Scarlet Cheng



Ed Ruscha, the most famous Catholic artist few Catholics know

Smee: Ed Ruscha’s stunning Sunset Strip art project lets you tour its full length, east to west — and back in time



Sarah Bahbah, the Artist Making Lazy Look Glamorous



The Life of a Working Arts Writer: Shana Nys Dambrot


'Elvis has the perfect face': This Tennessee artist has created 20,000 images of the King


Tishan Hsu, an Artist for the Dystopian Age


‘It’s Much Better After a Few Generations’: Artist-Provocateur Marianna Simnett Doesn’t Care If You Don’t Like Her Shocking Art



Great walls of China: Beijing's burgeoning graffiti scene – in pictures



Trends to Watch in 2021: Return to Nature



Smee: This 20th-century Francis Bacon painting foretold our 21st-century moment


So Bad It’s Good: Do All Great Artists Need A Vice?



Patti Smith: 'As a writer, you can be a pacifist or a murderer’; ‘I feel like I’m part-wolf’



Smith: Salman Toor, a Painter at Home in Two Worlds


DISCOVERY


A Wedding Photographer Took an Online Archaeology Class During Lockdown—and May Have Discovered a Lost Stonehenge-Like Structure

A Monster Wind Turbine Is Upending an Industry; Blade diameter is two football fields

The Riddles on a Mysterious Viking Rune Monument Long Proved Baffling. Now Scholars Say They May Be Dire Warnings of Climate Change

Japan’s Asteroid Odyssey: 3 Billion Miles for a Pinch of Dust


Dig of Pompeii fast-food place reveals tastes





Vivid Posters Chart a “People’s History” of the Struggle for Social Justice



Slideshow: What Did the Top 200 Collectors Buy This Past Year? Above, a Doug Aitken


SURF

Architectural Digest: Coming Soon—A Next-Gen Surfing Resort Built in the Desert Near Palm Springs


Women Who Surf: Contemporary big wave rider Priscila Guedes talks surfing and life with Vicky Durand, winner of the Makaha International in 1957 (Video starts at 02:50)

What Makes the World’s Biggest Surfable Waves?

The Physics of Surfing - Nick Pizzo


LOSING AND CHOOSING MY RELIGION

Leap of faith – how Mark Rothko reimagined religious art for the modern age

“Sing Your Life” Morrissey


Editor's Note: We do not advocate any particular viewpoint, but we find Stocism to be a valuable and historical study in times of pandemic, war or poverty. Just like today! The tried and true advice of Stocism is akin to a practical sports coach or a wise, entreprenurial uncle.

You Have to Be Willing to Change

This Is What You Have Been Working For

The Stoic Way: Self-Improvement, and How to Take On a Challenge

In our Strange and Difficult Times, These Are the Habits to Avoid

Each of Us Has a Job to Do: We Must Pull Together


ARCHITECTURE


Paris Is Turning the Champs-Élysées Into an ‘Extraordinary Garden’ as Part of a $304 Million Renovation of the Historic Promenade

Architectural Digest: You Can Visit This Network of Inimitable 20th-Century Residential Architecture


Zaha Hadid Architects Unveils Two New Projects: HKUST Student Residence and Tower C at Shenzhen Bay

Temple Church: Plans to revive building bombed in Bristol Blitz


Heatherwick’s Vessel closed to the public after third suicide in less than a year


Destruction of brutalist architecture in north of England prompts outcry

‘Box’ or Gem? A Scramble to Save Asia’s Modernist Buildings; Photos

From Trump Curatorial: What is art deco and why is it trending?

A New Tool in Treating Mental Illness: Building Design


Carol Johnson, leading landscape architect, dies at 91


AMAZING MOTHER NATURE

 

Planned Harvard balloon test in Sweden stirs solar geoengineering unease; An early experiment toward using sun-dimming technology to cool global warming has opponents fearing a slippery slope toward engineering the climate


Scientists looking for aliens investigate radio beam 'from nearby star’; Tantalising ‘signal’ appears to have come from Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the sun

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

NASA Is Tracking a Vast, Growing Anomaly in Earth's Magnetic Field




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Cate Blanchett is building her own art gallery at her English country home


Happy New Year? Kenny Schachter on His Money-Losing Auction, Battles on the Homefront, and the Art of Swiss Excess



WSJ: Five Top-Selling Young Artists in 2020 (and Five Who Faltered)


Farago: The Arts Are in Crisis. Here’s How Biden Can Help.


ART BUSINESS

The Art-Filled High Line Is Planning a $60 Million Expansion, Dubbed New York City’s ‘Most Ambitious Redevelopment in Decades’

Making Good Business in 2020; What does 2021 hold for the wounded art market?

Expo Chicago Postpones 2021 Edition

What Actually Works When It Comes to Selling Art Online? Successful Early Adopters Share 5 of Their Business Secrets


Virtual Art Fairs Were Seen as a Lifeline in the Lockdown Era. A New Study Shows They Are Failing New York’s Art Market

Could Covid-19 Kill Off The Market For The Art World’s Star Names? Market Forces? Some big artists may be toppled from their pre-pandemic pedestals and new ones promoted to the art-as-investment pantheon


Can Gee’s Bend—the Tiny Alabama Community Behind America’s Most Dazzling Quilts—Become an Art Destination to Rival Marfa?


'My Rembrandt' documentary lets you look into the privileged club of Old Master owners

‘My Rembrandt’ Trailer; New Doc about Rembrandt owners


Does This Look Like Princess Diana to You? The Internet Is Melting Down Over the Absurd Wax Figures in a Brazilian Museum


'Brazilian horror story': internet melts down over sculptor's peculiar waxworks


A National Monument Audit Is Part of Mellon Foundation's Quarter-Billion Dollar Initiative to Reimagine and Rebuild Commemorative Spaces and Transform the Way History is Told in the United States; Details of their Monuments Project, Click Here



Scandi style – Painter Anders Zorn’s visions of Sweden



Did the Pandemic Reinvent the Human Face? The need for a digitally touched-up ‘public face’ has become constant and commonplace


The World’s Largest—and America's Priciest—Home Is Ready for Its Close-up; Includes Art Gallery


After honing his painting skills as an Iraqi soldier painting Saddam portraits, an artist finds his voice In Oregon



Blue-chip artists move over, here come the red chips; Art as a blue-chip investment has had its day, as buyers chase the latest "red-chip" names


Keeping Up With the Kids: a New Year’s Resolution for Art Critics; Art is an evolving language

Who Said Art Is Only for the One Percent? Marian Goodman Gallery and MoMA are reviving interest in multiples


Vogue: Artist Melanie Bilenker Crafts Victoriana Miniatures; Drawings, resembling pencil marks, are made of real hair


Short Film: The landscapes which inspired Georgia O'Keeffe in northern New Mexico


More than 80 weavings tell the story of Navajo history with vibrant colors and experimental design techniques


This Legendary Georgia O’Keeffe Skull Painting Has an Uplifting Backstory—Here Are 3 Things You Might Not Know About It


STAGE

Shakespeare, swing and Louis Armstrong. So what went wrong? Jazz variation of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Broadway Diary: A ‘Frankenstein’ That Never Lived; On Jan. 4, 1981, the effects-heavy production opened and closed on the same night. Forty years later, the creators revisit a very expensive Broadway flop.



C24 Gallery presents ‘Sites Unseen’ New Works by Cheryl Molnar



Brenna Youngblood Now Represented by Roberts Projects



Coachella Officials Have Rejected a Proposal for an Ambitious Desert X Artwork



Nailya Alexander Gallery opens an exhibition inspired by the photography book 'A Pageant of Youth; designed by Aleksandr Rodchenko;
The show: Click Here



Marcel Duchamp and Gang in Las Vegas



Here Are 25 Inspiring Women in the Art World Who Overcame Obstacles to Accomplish Incredible Things in This Surreal Year; These museum directors, artists, curators, and dealers stepped up to the plate in 2020




BOOKS


Billie Eilish Will Share Intimate Personal Photos and More in Her First Book, Billie Eilish

Let these artsy books transport you to another place this holiday season


One of the 21st Century’s Greatest Buildings Is a Library in Mexico City


Vanity Fair: The 15 Best Books of 2020

NYT: Best art books of 2020: Roberta Smith, Holland Carter, Jason Farago, Siddhartha Mitter


Virginia Woolf’s literary confessions to be sold at auction



George Lucas Eyes a Famous Diego Rivera

Gov't Intrudes: Diego Rivera mural to get landmark status, blocking potential sale; Compromising fundraising



Enormous vulva sculpture in Brazil sparks conservative outrage; Juliana Notari's work was installed days after President Bolsonaro vowed to never legalise abortion



A rollercoaster year for Banksy as sales soar and activism increases



After Voulkos! Celebrities From Brad Pitt to Seth Rogen Are Massively Into Pottery. Here’s a Primer on Bro-ramics (and Its Colorful, Fraught History)



The Remarkable Success Story of Rosalba Carriera, the Original “Queen of Pastel”

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A Sad Love Story; ’Malcolm & Marie’ Trailer Tests Potential of Small Stories Told in Quarantine; Stars Zendaya and John David Washington

Director Michael Apted Has Passed Away at 79; Coal Miner’s Daughter, Gorky Park, Continental Divide and Gorillas in the Mist

Films To Look Out For In 2021

Possibly a Masterpiece, Kenneth Lonergan’s ‘Margaret’ (2011) has a troubled history. Extended Cut Now Streaming on HBO Max

For 2021: ’1984’: Recent Take on Orwell's Dystopian Novel Headed For Television from Broadway; Olivia Wilde

Martin Scorsese Presents “Pretend It’s A City”, New Doc on our national treasure Fran Lebowitz

‘Shadow in the Cloud’ Trailer #1; WWII female pilot fights misogyny and monsters; with Chloë Grace Moretz; Fun wild ride

A new Italian Pinocchio film returns to the tale's dark origins; Director Matteo Garrone is best known for his starkly unsentimental 2008 crime film “Gomorrah”

LA Weekly Film Pick: New Art world melodrama: PAINT


Gaspar Noé Directs Charlotte Rampling in a Darkly Chic Short for Saint Laurent


The Lord of the Rings Prequel Series: Amazon Official Synopsis Leaked?


Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Gets Synopsis, Touts Númenor, Misty Mountains, Sauron, and More


JOHN STEPPLING


The Cunning of Covid
I’ve been struck recently by the absence of tragedy, and more, by the absence of an avant garde. And its curious that the avant garde has in fact disappeared.


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Kara Walker's secret archive to go on show at Kunstmuseum Basel this summer; Around 600 unseen drawings, collages, studies and writings



Artist Paul Mpagi Sepuya Is Doing a Solidarity Print Fundraiser to Help Save a Beloved LGBTQ+ Nightclub in Los Angeles



Blockbuster Bloat; Cindy Sherman’s new works at Metro Pictures reveal a talented performer dulled by decades of A-list indulgence


Remembering Susan Landauer, a Curator Who Championed California Art


Netflix’s Glass Blowing Competition ‘Blown Away’ Returns Streaming January 22


Puzzles! A Medium and Its Art History



On Math Bass “Got a Light?”


Once Again, Hollywood Takes a Cheap Shot at the Fine Arts; See the Heinous Clip; Boycott “Wonder Woman 1984”!



Wolfgang Tillmans compiles 30 years of his work to draw a picture of where we are today



A Collection of weirdly poignant videos from Australian artist Matt Griffin



Ausgang: Fake Nudes, Alison Jackson’s “Truth is Dead”

HILARIOUS! MUST SEE: How do you get people to stop believing the lies? Ask artist Alison Jackson about her hilarious photography show “Truth Is Dead”


ART NOIR

Michael Alig’s mom accuses Club Kids of ‘bullying’ her over his remains


Inside the U.S. Army’s Warehouse Full of Nazi Art

The Nazi art dealer who supplied Hermann Göring and operated in a shadowy art underworld after the war


A Prime Suspect in the Spectacular Green Vault Jewel Heist Eluded Police Yet Again During the Raid of a Berlin Apartment


This Picasso photo puzzle has stumped experts. Can you help solve it? The identity of those posing with the master remains a mystery a century after the picture was taken

New Zealand artist Charles Frederick Goldie painting stolen in Waikato burglary worth 'well over $1m'


French Authorities Seized More Than 27,000 Potentially Looted Archaeological Artifacts Hoarded by a Single Collector in Belgium


Street Artist Futura Is Suing the North Face Clothing Company for Allegedly Stealing His Signature Motif for a Line of Outerwear

Germany returns latest Nazi-looted work from Gurlitt art trove


The True Story Of Survival, Theft, And Justice Behind Klimt’s Golden Queen

The Long Silence of The Last Remaining Auschwitz Cellist


France Promised Mona Lisa To Mussolini To Avert War: The Untold Story of Leonardo's 1939 Milan Retrospective


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




COLLECTORS CIRCLE


The Collection of James and Marilynn Alsdorf; Superb works by Jean Dubuffet, René Magritte, Frida Kahlo and Wassily Kandinsky are among the highlights.

Collector Mario and Julia von Kelterborn: Why Not an Artwork Coming as a USB Stick (Plus a Certificate)

How Collector Wojtek Fibak, a Former Polish Tennis Player, Buys the Best Works of the Artists He Likes


Why Jonathan Travis, the Real Estate Broker to the Art World, Collects Only Figurative Paintings

Bamberger For Collectors: Collect Like a Pro - Building a Collection


How Jean Brown Amassed One of the Biggest Collections of Fluxus Art


Arthur de Villepin on Starting a Gallery ‘by Collectors, for Collectors’ and Why Some Art Is Love at First Sight


ARTIST PROFILE: GREGORY CREWDSON


Gregory Crewdson at Gagosian


NYT: For Gregory Crewdson, Truth Lurks in the Landscape by Arthur Lubow, 2020


Gregory Crewdson on Artsy; Much to See

Gregory Crewdson on Artnet

Can art capture what happens when we dream? - Afterthoughts on Gregory Crewdson at SCI-Arc

Interview with Photographer Gregory Crewdson


Photographer Gregory Crewdson and his eerie rooms of gloom; Carefully staged, the American photographer’s film-like scenarios in Cathedral of the Pines depict pensive women in banal yet strangely uncanny scenarios

Paris Review: Submerged and Interior: An Interview with Gregory Crewdson, 2016


Smithsonian Magazine: Gregory Crewdson’s Epic Effects

Bomb Magazine: Gregory Crewdson by Bradford Morrow


The Gregory Crewdson at The Broad

Vanity Fair: The Photography of Gregory Crewdson—And Why Cate Blanchett Is Here for It


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