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Gerhard Richter with Patti Smith, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Rashaun Mitchell + Silas Riener


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‘I Have Always Liked to Discover Artists’: Bianca Jagger Takes Us on a Whirlwind Tour Through the London Gallery Scene



The Journey Behind Liza Lou’s Behemoth Beaded Kitchen; Lou started building her beaded kitchen in 1991 at her mother’s house, as a 20-year-old, and finished in 1996, totally transformed as a person and as an artist



Lisa Williamson, 'Amplifier' at Tanya Bonakdar, Los Angeles


500 Years Ago, These Artists Were Household Names. Here’s What Their Fall From Favor Suggests About the Fickleness of Art History; Exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum


Kirsten Everberg, Works on Paper, at 1301 PE



‘She’s Kind of Our David Hockney’: How Hilary Pecis Set the Art World Aflutter With Charming Paintings of Life in Los Angeles; With a sold-out show in London and works on view in New York and L.A., Pecis is the it post-lockdown painter



Over 6,000 Photographs of Old Hollywood Acquired by the Hood Museum, Dartmouth



Rosy Keyser, 'Arp 273' at Parrasch Heijnen



Calls for Keith Haring mural to stay at Barcelona site (nightclub, then billiard hall) being turned into care home



Arnold Kemp, “False Hydras,” at JOAN, Los Angeles


THE END OF WESTERN CIVILZATION


The Museum of Mario? A Former Nintendo Factory Will Soon Become ‘Gallery’ Devoted to the Video Game Company’s History

The City That Never Sleeps Wants a Nightlife Museum

A National Archives of Game Show History is being created by the Strong Museum in Rochester, New York


Holy Quran Academy in Sharjah Acquires 17 Rare Manuscripts


Sandow Birk's Epic 'American Qur’an Makes' a Sacred Text Familiar


ART AND POLITIX

UK culture war: museum trustees are paying the price for disagreeing with government's policies; Several board members who do not support the "retain and explain" policy championed by the ruling party have recently left or lost their roles within the arts



A Degas bought by the Van Gogh Museum sparks an ethical debate: Are female nudes OK
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ART AND RACE


British Chinese artists call for boycott of ‘racist’ Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art


Frank Bowling: ‘My art isn’t about politics, it’s about paint’

Exploring Solidarity, and Living It: Kenneth Tam and Michelle Woo on Art and Activism

‘Colonial history is international history’: Rijksmuseum reflects on slavery’s legacy in new show


Allana Clarke Talks Back to History



Five Asian Women in the Arts That You Should Know

Six Black Artists Test the Limits of Portraiture; ”The Black Index" at UC Irvine pursues knottier narratives of self-representation



Rainey Knudson: Do Art Critics Need to Know How the Sausage is Made? “She said I couldn’t take painting until I took drawing.”


Five-Minute Tours: Delita Martin at Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont



Rare American Impressionist paintings on display at San Antonio Museum of Art


Museum protesters denounce Picasso's treatment of women


A Spanish Art Professor and Her Students Staged a Silent Protest at the Picasso Museum to Raise Awareness of the Artist’s Treatment of Women

What did Picasso think of women? You decide. See Art Report Today's WORKER exhibition, Click Here



Marcus Jahmal 'New Religion' at Almine Rech, Paris, Turenne





Painter Patrick Angus’s Honest Images of Gay Life


STAGE STRUCK WITH KYLE CLARK


Gatsby, Ripley and the fake heiress: inside the tech fantasy Anna X; How the Anna Sorokin case inspired his play

Professional Criminal Producer Garth Drabinsky Returning to Broadway After Prison Stint with “Paradise Square” Musical

Why theater is essential to democracy; Legendary artistic director Oskar Eustis

Broadway: To Save a “Mockingbird,” Media Mogul Barry Diller Brings Back Jeff Daniels As Star and Without Producer Scott Rudin

‘In the Heights’ isn’t exactly like the stage version, and that’s a good thing

Watch Anthony Ramos, Daphne Rubin-Vega, More Go Behind-the-Scenes of the In the Heights Movie

tick, tick...BOOM!: Official Teaser, Netflix

Hadestown Confirms (the Earliest Yet) Broadway Return


‘This American Wife’ views ‘Real Housewives’ through a queer looking glass


New Shenzhen DnA event this autumn aims to fill southern China's dearth of contemporary art fairs

BRAVING OPPRESSION

You're being manipulated and don't even know it; Nate Pressner, TEDxYouth@Basel

Teacher quits over critical race theory

Vice: The Making of a Perfect Celebrity Apology

Sexism by numbers: Guerrilla Girls ask UK public to send in statistics of females nudes vs female artists at local museums

Hong Kong film censors get wider ‘national security’ powers

China Just Shut Down an Annual Hong Kong Exhibition Commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square Crackdown

Sullivan: Our Politics And The English Language; What would Orwell say about our debased discourse?

Gender-critical feminist charged over allegedly transphobic tweets...

This Is Why I HATE Critical Race Theory

The New Criterion: Waking up from Wokeness: On America’s “First Great Awokening”


Berlin-Based Artist Jimmy Robert’s Body Language; Performance, Text And Image



Jo Smail: An Artist as Resilient as She Is Joyous


Video: How metalworkers in India are keeping the 600-year-old craft of Bidri art alive



103 "lost" drawings by Japanese artist Hokusai acquired by the British Museum



How Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Took 19th-Century Paris by Storm—and Went Down in History

See More of Toulouse-Lautrec's Work in the Art Report Today Virtual Exhibition WORKER: Click Here



Pride Month: Queer Artists and Thinkers We Should Be Celebrating Year-Round


Glasstire: Bucky Miller — Why are you an artist?


FELIX ART FAIR

Angelenos! Line-Up Announced! See the very Hollywood Glam Gallery Roster Around the Pool at the Felix Art Fair 2021, Click Here!


"Sex and the Single Feminist" Candid and Brave, Barbara T. Smith on Her First Podcast Ever; Another Art Report Today Exclusive!




ARTIST’S HEALTH

Potential Reversal Of Epigenetic Age Using A Diet And Lifestyle Intervention: A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial

Embracing death: End-of-life doulas growing in popularity

Why A Long Bath Is Almost As Good For You As A Long Run

95-year-old might have found the key to longevity: A purposeful life


Artist Meriem Bennani’s Year of Cultural Vertigo; Bennani’s response to lockdown has been to expand her exploration of ‘the CAPS’, a speculative island space located somewhere in the Atlantic…


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


ART NOIR


Number of art thefts in Italy plummets—partly thanks to drones; New report by special police force finds increase in security and surveillance technology has dissuaded dealers in stolen art

An Artist, a quintuple murderer and Death Row inmate at San Quentin, engaged in lengthy legal battle over art magazines with nudity; Appeals court refuses to rule

'Tomb raiders': The pandemic is making it easier than ever to loot ancient Roman treasures

120 Works From Modigliani To Monet Vanish From Italian Broadcaster

Italian TV employees suspected of thieving dozens of works of art


The Untold Story of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s Secret Pact With Nazi Propagandist Leni Riefenstahl


Art Collector, Gallerist, Spy, The French Résistance Hero

From Russia Without Love! Stolen passports, armor-plated cars, art worth millions and a possible $8 billion payout. Haven’t these oligarchs ever heard of a pre-nup?


MUSIC


2 Tone was never just about the music – as this show in Coventry makes clear


With the Help of Scientists, Artist Tomás Saraceno Makes Music Out of Spider Webs; Listen to the spooky cacophony of spider web sounds

Vibrations: Spider and Prey




PHOTOGRAPHY


Author Geoff Dyer Will Be the First to Tell You He’s No Photography Expert. Then Why Is His New Book on the Subject So Mesmerizing?


Dearth from above: aerial images of a vanishing America

Collector and Photographer Jean Pigozzi Reflects on a Lifetime Spent Photographing the Most Famous Men on Earth; “The 213 Most Important Men in My Life” from Andy Warhol to Elon Musk

Instagram Is Broken for Photographers and Needs Fixing


Rankin’s Great British Photography Challenge is too polite for its own good; TV competition series







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HAUSER & WIRTH EXPAND


Hauser & Wirth will open in West Hollywood. Why the DTLA art gallery is expanding now; 5,000 square feet



Yau: Jasper Johns: Hiding in Plain Sight


NFT: AFTER MONTHS, THE DELUGE OF NFT NEWS SLOWS TO A SMALL DRIZZLE


“First Ever NFT” Sells for $1.4 Million; Kevin McCoy minted his non-fungible token “Quantum” in 2014, long before the crypto art market exploded

Disgraced NYC Mayoral Candidate Anthony Weiner Wants to Cash In on NFTs of His Own Infamy


Sure, NFT Sales Are Slipping—But a Closer Look at the Data Shows the Market Hasn’t Imploded (Yet)

Make your own Digital Art with this Beeple Generator


ARTECHOUSE announces launch of the first collectible art experience NFT


Damien Hirst to Debut 10,000 Works on Paper on ‘Environmentally Friendly’ NFT Platform

Crypto-crazed Sotheby's launches first virtual gallery in digital metaverse Decentraland

‘Covid Alien’ CryptoPunk NFT sells for over $11.7 million to billionaire buyer in Sotheby’s auction


Sotheby’s ‘Natively Digital’ NFT Sale Lands at $17.1 Million, With More Than Half the Total Racked Up in the Final Minutes


Julia Friedman David Hawkes: NFTs: The Afterlife of the Aura


Bruce LaBruce Drops NFT on Open Sea for Cultural Traffic Arts; “Dash (Snow) asked me to take some photos of him licking his wife's p***y, so I did."

More in our comprehensive NFT Guide


STAR ART


Ceramic Vase Made by Canadian Actor Seth Rogen Auctioning for over $3,700 at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Actress Maya Rudolph and Artist Vanessa Prager Talk Painting


13 celebrities who are also artists



A Central Axis: David Driskell at the High Museum of Art



Sasha Gordon’s Perturbing Paintings of Recreation



Eight artists’ gardens that are artworks in their own right


'Mount Recyclemore': ahead of summit, artist builds gigantic electronic waste sculpture of G7 leaders



"Heavy Lemons" Eric Yahnkers's solo exhibition at The Hole on Bowery



'Cross Currents' at William Turner Gallery, Group Show: Casper Brindle, Alex Couwenberg, Shingo Francis, Jimi Gleason, Peter Lodato, Andy Moses, Nellie King Solomon and Jennifer Wolf


GO VAN GOGH!


Can This $45 Thrift Store Painting Provide Clues About Vincent Van Gogh’s Final Days in France? Art Historians Are Hoping So


The Hunt for Clarity About van Gogh’s Last Days Leads to Maine; Experts are examining a watercolor found in an antiques shop that may be a rare work by Edmund Walpole Brooke, who painted with van Gogh during his final months


Jamian Juliano-Villani: ‘Art Is the One Place Where You Should Not Censor Anything’



Interview: Director at Gagosian, Antwaun Sargent’s Guide on How to Really Look at Art



Sculptor ‘Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things’ Review: Process Over Product


‘Awaken: A Tibetan Buddhist Journey Toward Enlightenment’ Review: Meditations on Suffering and Being; The Rubin Museum of Art provides a rich exploration of a single meditative practice starting with the Buddha’s own spiritual reappraisal



Jonas Wood breaks auction record at Christie's



Marcel Duchamp Wasn’t the Only Artist With an Alter Ego. Here Are 6 of the Greatest Art Aliases of All Time; These artists beg the question: What's in a name?



Why Rising Artist Matthew Lutz-Kinoy Keeps His Studio Pared Down to the Bone


DISCOVERY

National Geographic says there’s a fifth ocean on Earth


Archaeologists Have Unearthed a 2,000-Year-Old Roman Basilica in Israel That May Have Been Built by Herod the Great; See the Images


'Tripitaka Koreana' to be open to public for first time; Known as the world's most comprehensive and oldest surviving version of Buddhist canon

Man-monkey hybrid sparks fears of 'Frankenstein' creatures


The World-Famous ‘Darwin’s Arch’ in the Galapagos Islands Has Collapsed


Pupil Size Is a Marker of Intelligence


Brian Eno's Fifteen Essential Ambient Works



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Comics by Butcher and Wood: Art-Musement Park


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


STREETWISE


Brooklyn Street Art Images of The Week

Homily to Country, JR, Triennial NGV, Australia, 2021


Urvanity 2021: Highlights. A Selection of Works From The Galleries


Interview with Brooklyn Street Art


Eleven Iconic Graffiti Art Murals That Will Make You Stop


Concreate Urban Art Festival 2021 Launches in Finland


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Help a Computer Win the New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest



Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group; Curated by Michael Duncan

Take the Quiz! Hard Choices: Should You Be an Art Critic?


How To Become A Successful Artist! The must-have business guide for all artists, written by the leading specialist in the global art market

Look inside Philip Roth's personal library


Book: Floral Tribute: The pioneering photographer Anna Atkins



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Collecting: A Cultivated Risk? in conversation with Paul Schimmel


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"The Eyes of Tammy Faye"; Official Trailer; Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield

‘Spencer’: 15 Details to Know About Kristen Stewart’s Princess Diana Film and Transformation

Director Steven Soderbergh, 1955 Detroit Crime, 'No Sudden Move' Official Trailer, HBO Max, Starring Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, Ray Liotta, Jon Hamm and Brendan Fraser

Liam Neeson is Phillip Marlowe in new Neil Jordan pic; Screenplay by William Monahan of “The Departed”; Based on the not-Raymond Chandler novel “The Black-Eyed Blonde" by the Irish writer John Banville

Surveillance Doc, Seeking the Objective View "All Light, Everywhere"

New Indiana Jones 5 set pics hit the web – including one of Indy!


English woes – Derek Jarman’s apocalyptic visions of England are as relevant as ever

6 Gripping Art Films to See at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival, From a Gordon Parks Tribute to a New Banksy Doc

Tribeca Festival removes ‘Film’ from its name

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The architecture of Gottfried Böhm (1920-2021); Pritzker Prize winning German architect


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ZWIRNER ENTERTAINS


Why Watch Hulu When You Can Watch Art? David Zwirner Launches a Star-Studded Livestream Program at Galleries Around the Globe




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ART BUSINESS


Tokyo aims to take art trade crown from Hong Kong; Can reforms to Japan’s onerous tax system allow Tokyo to replace Hong Kong as the leading art trade hub in Asia, as it was during the “bubble period” of the late 1980s?


Dior to Bring Retrospective to Brooklyn Museum in September; Marks the first major New York exhibition dedicated to Dior since the 1996 retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art


Can Ebony L. Haynes’s New David Zwirner Offshoot Actually Make the Art World Slow Down? She’s Banking on It; Highly anticipated downtown New York space will debut in October


Former tobacco factory in Athens reopens its doors as vast contemporary art space this week; €1.2m renovation


If you sell art in the UK, you must register for anti-money laundering supervision by June 10—or risk prosecution!

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum plans expansion project at new site; 54,000-square-foot museum; estimated to cost $60 million; existing museum will become an annex

Secretive World of Diamonds Is in the Grips of a Buying Frenzy; Global Shortage

Abu Dhabi Will Pump Another $6 Billion Into Its Culture Industry as It Looks to Transition Its Economy From Oil to Tourism

There’s a ‘unique’ opportunity in art, which has beat the S&P 500 over 25 years, asset manager says


Podcast: How Much Money Do Art Dealers Actually Make?



Dial M for Mail: Alfred Hitchcock and His Intriguing Fan Mail; From a remarkably varied audience

During an unforgettable meal with Julia Child, a young writer, Alexander Lobrano, discovers a kindred spirit


"Midnight" It’s never too late for the romantic comedy that time forgot



Ensemble at Château Shatto



Patrizio di Massimo "Close at Hand" at François Ghebaly Gallery



A Collar, A Tie and an Eton Crop: Who Was Nancy Morris? An out lesbian in the 1920s, Morris threw parties with the Bloomsbury Set and smoked opium with Jean Cocteau – but her story has largely been forgotten


MY ALIEN BFF

UFOs Repeatedly 'Took Offline' US Nuclear Capabilities, Ex-Chief of Pentagon Secret Unit Says

‘There is stuff’: Enduring mysteries trail US report on UFOs

NASA is getting serious about UFOs


FAA Data Shows Strange Pattern Of Military Encounters With Unidentified Aircraft

A Strange South American UFO Cult and a Mass Vanishing in the Rainforest


How the space race changed Soviet art

Astrophysicist explains why UFO videos fail to impress him

'Perfectly spherical' UFOs with 'mechanical lighting' spotted hurtling past ISS

UFO's Are About To Make Their Way To The U.S Senate

US intel report on UFOs: No evidence of aliens, but...

Barack Obama: Proof of aliens will lead to new religions and massive military spending


And the Award for Most Fashionable UFO Cult Goes to….


So What Were UFO Sightings like in the Really Old Days?



Timothy Washington at Wilding Cran Gallery



Peter Hujar at Maureen Paley, London



Angelenos are talking about the four solo shows at PRJCTLA! Keith Walsh, Kent Young, Agapito Miniucchi and HK Zamani



Video: Celebrated Arts Writer Lawrence Weschler Interviews Federico Solmi


Federico Solmi at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Brooklyn Rail: An Interview with Artist Federico Solmi


'Victorian Radicals' exhibition is cautionary tale of art, industry; Human skill versus reproduction



Calhan Hale’s Texas Pop Sensibility



How Japonisme Forever Changed the Course of Western Design


GOOD GIGS


Shortlist announced for the Sobey Art Award, Canada’s largest art prize


BMW Art Journey Winner Leelee Chan on Traveling the Globe to Study Art Materials—and Bringing Them Home to Her Hong Kong Studio


DANCE

George Balanchine's 'Vienna Waltzes'; Finale to the 2021 digital season, NY City Ballet



COLLECTORS CIRCLE


What I Buy and Why: Millennial Art Advisor Lawrence Van Hagen on How He Collects the Artists of His Generation


Shattering the Glass Ceiling: How Collector Catherine Levene Went From an Art Startup to Running One of America’s Top Media Companies


Jay Chou: Always on the Lookout for the Next Challenge


‘Everything Is Connected’: Collector and Curator Raquel Cayre on Why There’s No Point in Differentiating Between Art and Design


The Artspace Art for Life Interview with Collector John Pawson


John Pawson's Anatomy of Minimum is available here


EXPERIENTIAL


We Took a Preview Tour of the Immersive Van Gogh Experience Opening in New York. It Was Actually Pretty Spectacular; The show made its first big splash when it was used as a set for "Emily in Paris"


Inside the Illuminarium, the $30 million spectacle that’s like walking into a film

The Avengers Campus at Disneyland Kinda Weirds Me Out

Avengers Campus Opening Ceremony


Spectacular! Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, internationally renowned artist Sarah Sze presents a fully immersive installation


JOHN STEPPLING


Wish You Were Here

“At the 1889 Paris Exhibition, and in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower,the centenary of the French Revolution, and consequently of the French Empire, was commemorated. This was the first exhibition to include a true colonial section for the history of France and the one that would mark the beginning of a model for colonial representations that would last during the final quarter of the 19th century and for the whole of the 20th century. In fact, the area in Paris reserved for showing the colonies was located in the Champs de Mars and was a tableau vivant divided into four zones – Arabia,Oceania, Africa and Asia. In the 1900 Exhibition,this would grow into a much vaunted “tour dumonde” but without the visitor ever leaving Paris.” —Maria João Castro


SURF


Charlize Theron to Produce Big Wave Surfing Film About the Fight For Gender Equality

The Confused History of Estimating Wave Heights

"Maps of Home" Featuring John John Florence, Koa Rothman and other greats


ARTIST PROFILE: NICOLE EISENMAN

Painter Nicole Eisenman, 2015 MacArthur Fellow


Nicole Eisenman at Hauser & Wirth


W: Nicole Eisenman Has Both Style and Substance

Brooklyn Rail: Nicole Eisenman; 2016


Nicole Eisenman, Works on Artnet

Revered Painter Nicole Eisenman Has Quickly Become One of Today’s Most Thrilling Sculptors


Out of the Weeds: Nicole Eisenman on How Boredom Fuels Her Art

Personalities of Sculpture: Artist Nicole Eisenman at Nasher Sculpture Center


Nicole Eisenman at Anton Kern Gallery

Nicole Eisenman Artist Talk 2015


Nicole Eisenman at MoMA

Nicole Eisenman: Sturm und Drang


Nicole Eisenman at Vielmetter Los Angeles


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


AMAZING MOTHER NATURE

China’s wandering elephants becoming international stars

Where are they going? Authorities on alert as elephants’ 500km trek nears Chinese city; Herd that left natural habitat in March last year is being closely monitored


Rampaging herd of 15 elephants cause chaos as they plough through Chinese city of 7 million after 300-mile trek from nature reserve - as officials block roads and warn residents to stay indoors

Watch: Drone Video Shows Endangered Right Whales ‘Hugging’ In Cape Cod Bay

An artist, Es Devlin, planted 400 trees in London to showcase where design is headed next


It takes a wood to raise a tree: a memoir; An ecologist traces forests’ support networks — and finds parallels in her own life






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