National Monument

National Monument is the first organized artist group aimed to Charity. We are National Monument, We came in peace for all mankind.
 

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“Ohne Titel”,

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“Max. 1 Minute” and

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video “7. Floor” by Christian Engelmann.




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»Le cabinet de psychanalyste«.

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»The Staircase«.

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»Swimming Pool« by Leandro Erlich.

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Sculptures by Mitzi Pederson.

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»I do not know what union I want to belong to anymore« by Vlad Nanca.

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“Würstelplex Wien” and

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“Sommerloch ’05″, inside the garden of mahony’s studio, an object consisting of wooden scaffolding and approximately 90 m2 of cardboard is constructed. Works by Mahony.

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Mobile Booster by Nik Nowak.

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Mobile Booster performance by Nik Nowak and Masahiro Fukuyama at art fair Köln 2005.

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Without Title, video by Nik Nowak.

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“Kugel” by Christine Clara Oppel

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Hornmassive” is a 2-ton mobile 2000-watt steel and aluminium horn sound system. It is powered by a commercial 12 inch speaker driver and it functions as a mobile audio input station that one can use to project “content” a distance of 1 km. By Matt Hope.

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Fake Press Card by Oliver Musovik, used for free exhibition and museum visits.

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“Glassrain” by Rúrí

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Pokale, Preise, Trophäen by Andres Lutz and Anders Guggisberg.




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»Trophy« and

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»Avalanche« by Maurice Scheltens.

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Birds by Matt Heckert.

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Endo-Undo (Sales Display of Medical Hip and Knee Prothesis, Endoprothesis) by Jules Spinatsch.

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“Brunette on Main” and

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“The Epic Tour” by Ian Burns

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Stills from Fall 0 # Weil video by Sarah Schoenfeld.




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»Waiting« from 1999 is a permanent video projection in the public space of the railway station of Hoofddorp/The Netherlands. It consists of 2 characters, a boy and a girl who are waiting in 2 different places at the station every day. They wait the hole year: in winter in warm clothes and when it’s hot in summer clothes.

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»Train Dance« from 1997 is a projection on passing trains in Copenhagen. »Maybe Marnixstraat« from 1998 consists of 2 video images projected from 2 driving vans onto buildings, cars and streets passing by.

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»Guards« is a projection of miniature PS1 security guards inside PS1. All projects by Jeroen Kooijmans.



 

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“The only die-hard avantgarde group of new postrock generation leading from Estonia”: Luarvik Luarvik

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Darth Vader tries to clean the Black Sea with Brita Filter.

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»Learn How to Fly over a Very Large Larry«. Daniel Bozhkov created a 300-by-250-foot likeness of Larry King using a 3-by-6-foot piece of quarter-inch plywood to flatten the mixture of timothy and milkweed growing in an isolated field in central Maine.

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Yogurt reinforced with human DNA. All three projects by Daniel Bozhkov.

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“Hardball Bracelets” a series of square-stitch bracelets based on the audience graphics from the Commodore64 game Hardball. By Joe Beuckman.

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Self published photocopy books “Sweet Shop” and

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“Sun Beam” by Anthony Burrill.

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»Square Millimeter of Opportunity: Cars«. An hour of video footage was dissected into individual cars and reordered by color. By Luke Lamborn.

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»Cars sorted by colour« from 2004 by Helmut Smits.

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On August 31, 1994 from 6am to noon, at Southwestern College’s parking lots (San Diego), a team of 50 professional and volunteer parking attendants directed the arriving cars to predetermined lots according to car color. Each of the fourteen lots was filled with cars of a different color: dark blue, blue, light metallic blue, silver & gray, black, beige, brown, metallic raspberry, yellow, electric blue, white, aqua, green and red. By Nina Katchadourian, Steven Matheson and Mark Tribe.

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About 20,000 books were rearranged by their color in one night by Chris Cobb.

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Installation by Matthew Haigh. See also Jacob Dahlgren.

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tester by radian.

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Revolution series by Tilman Peschel.

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Cans” and

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Sign painters enamel on cow, deer, and sheep hide; modified welded pig sculpture by Denny Rollins; NYC subway tokens, coins, and bells; modified Vestax pdx 2000 record players; modified Rane tm 56 dj mixer; brass horn; amplifier; analog vinyl record; speakers; acrylic discs; vacuum motor; hide glue; gourds; rubber tubing and rubberized cloth; brass, copper, and steel; bellows and springs; wood and paint cans. “Granny” (Drum Painting Project, Version 5.0) by David Ellis.

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Super Natural (Wallpaper showing the office located behind the gallery wall) by Nils Nova.

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Adi Nes

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“Design by Scanner” and

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“Design by Explosion” by Front.

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The fashion label ____fabrics interseason positions itself and its work within an international network of electronic music, fine arts and design.




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Suntory Hall.

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Panoramic image of Roppongi. By Martin Liebscher.




 

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Le Truc Du Chinois, refer to (industrial) ”tableaux” you can generally find in chinese retaurants or in fast-foods. They are light boxes (originally for use in advertising – neon signs- and very often used in contemporary photography) with a mechanism that moves some filters between the light source and the back-lit picture. This gives a kinetic effect, providing the object with a kind of magic. These touched up photographs usually represent exotic landscapes : luxurious nature with azured skies and watered downs, sometimes with a water fall. By replacing these exotic scenes by council blocks, waste lands and other views of the outskirts, and by keeping only the waterfall as an element of the landscape, BBE recreates a utopian project: the “villes nouvelle” and their idyllic living environment.

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Sauvageons, Bad Beuys Entertainment’s selfportrait, for which they used models.

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La Responsabilité” by Geoffrey Cottenceau and Romain Rousset.




Art News december 5

Egyptian Museum’s Antiquities And Staff Alike Suffer From Country’s Instability “The century-old home of Egypt’s mummies and King Tutankhamun’s treasures is trying to make the best out of the worst times of political turmoil. But the Egyptian Museum is taking a hammering on multiple levels, from riots on its doorstep to funding so meager it can’t keep up paper clip supplies for its staff.” Yahoo! (AP) 12/03/13 



Price For Norman Rockwell Smashes Record By far, the star of the bunch was the 1951 masterpiece Saying Grace, which sold for $46 million — a record for Rockwell’s art… The AP says the artist’s previous record of $15 million had been set by “Breaking Home Ties” at a 2006 Sotheby’s auction. NPR 12/04/13

 

How Do We Make Sure Detroit’s Art Sale Doesn’t Happen Again “The real goal, in a larger perspective, is how to de-monetize art. It’s too late for Detroit to think about such things—any attempt to keep its art out of the market would be vigorously protested by the city’s creditors—but the Detroit crisis has people thinking about how to avert such things in the future.” Washington Post 12/04/13

 

A Global Conversation - Miami’s New Museum Opens “The diversity of display styles suits a young institution that lacks deep holdings of major figures. Instead the museum layout convenes a conversation among local artists and global ones. That’s just perfect for Miami, the restless nexus of the Americas and Europe.” Bloomberg 12/03/13

 

Value Set For Detroit’s DIA Art Inflames Debate “A figure less than $2 billion is likely to inflame the passions of bondholders, unions and other creditors who see DIA masterpieces as a prime source for recovering the billions they are owed by the city. It also increases the chances that a court battle over the fate of the DIA will become even more contentious as Kevyn Orr prepares his plan of adjustment to restructure city finances.” Detroit Free Press 12/04/13

 

Federal Judge Gives First Hint Of Detroit Art Collection’s Status In City’s Bankruptcy “‘A one-time infusion of cash by selling an asset,’ he [wrote], would have only delayed the city’s ‘inevitable financial failure’ unless it could have also come up with a sustainable way to enhance income and reduce expenses. Judge Rhodes added that in considering selling assets, a city ‘must take extreme care that the asset is truly unnecessary in carrying out its mission’.” The New York Times 12/04/13 

 

 

Barnes Foundation Director Stepping Down “Derek Gillman, the British-born executive director and president of the Barnes Foundation who guided it through the latter stages of a controversial move from its longtime home in suburban Merion to a grand new gallery on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, announced his resignation Tuesday.” The Philadelphia Inquirer 12/04/13 

 

 

How Smartphones Are Ruining The Museum Experience “Flash photography has long been banned owing to the damage its blasts of high-intensity light can inflict on paintings. Smartphones and tablets pose a less visible but potentially graver threat. They disconnect the visitor from the art on display and imperil the museum in other, very real, ways.” New Criterion 12/13

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The Problem With Involving The “Public” In Public Art “Consultation doesn’t work. If I am going to be kicked for a piece of art work, and I fully expect to be, than I want to be kicked for a piece that I have chosen, that I can stand by.” Public art, though, executed in our name, requires the vision of an artist who can shape and lead public taste without patronising people.” The Scotsman 12/02/13

 

Laure Prevost Wins Turner Prize 2013 “Laure Prouvost was the rank outsider from a particularly strong 2013 shortlist that included the higher-profile artists Tino Seghal and David Shrigley. She was awarded the £25,000 prize by the actor Saoirse Ronan at a ceremony in Derry, Northern Ireland.” The Guardian (UK) 12/02/13 

 

Michelangelo, Our First Celebrity Artist “The day after Michelangelo died, an inventory was made of his goods. It listed the contents of a house that was sparsely furnished but rich in other ways.” New Statesman 11/28/13

 

How Vermeer Became A Superhero To see Vermeer as “a god” makes him “a discouraging bore.” But if you think of him as a genius artist and an inventor, he becomes a hero: “Now he can inspire.” Vanity Fair 11/29/13

 

All Of That Glitter At Art Basel Miami Beach Is Starting To Bore Everyone “Last year’s spate of parties had its highlights, and it just so happened that most had little to nothing to do with art. The most-discussed moment wasn’t a bidding war or a Damien Hirst brawl. It was the Chanel dinner where Demi Moore spent the evening petting a stray cat.” The New York Times 11/29/13

 

The Turner Prize: Yet Another Way The UK And US Are Deeply, Deeply Different “The prize is well known in Britain, and it makes for a moment when people entirely uninterested in contemporary art discuss contemporary art. The award ceremony on Monday will be shown live on national television, as it is each year, and bookmakers are eagerly taking bets on the winner.” The New York Times 11/29/13

 

 

Dramatic Underinsuring Of Art Collection Leads British City To Suggest Selling It Off The city of Bradford “had been insuring its 4,000 item collection for £20m but a new valuation found that 195 pieces alone were worth more than £30m.” And the city’s in debt - so should it sell some art? BBC 11/29/13

 

If The Bradford Council Sells Some Art, It Will Lose David Hockney “Hockney has said he is on the verge of ‘giving up’ on his birthplace over the sale, which would include some of his own paintings.” The Observer (UK) 11/30/13

 

In France, It’s Science Versus Old-School Conservationists The Musée Unterlinden decided to restore its greatest treasure: Matthias Grünewald’s Isenheim Altarpiece. Then the cultural brawl began. The Art Newspaper 11/28/13

 

The Vermeer Chasers “It might be hard to believe, but there are people traipsing around the world all the time in search of these kinds of paintings,” he said. “And I guess I hear from them because they want to find somebody else who knows why they’re doing this kind of crazy thing.” The New York Times 11/28/13

 

Artists Sues Damien Hirst In Medusa Plagiarism Claim “The artist Jim Starr has accused Damien Hirst of plagiarism. Hirst has put a picture of Rihanna as the snaked-headed monster Medusa on the cover of GQ.” The Guardian (UK) 11/27/13

Motion Filed To Sell Detroit Institute Of Art Art “The motion formally takes the fight over the fate of the DIA into court for the first time. The filing suggests major creditors are unlikely to agree to any restructuring plan if they believe Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr is offering a low-ball figure for the value of the art. The move increases the chances that Rhodes will be forced to decide whether the art can legally be sold.” Detroit Free Press 11/27/13

 

Unknown Canvas By Constable Discovered At V&A Museum “A previously unrecorded oil sketch by British artist John Constable has been discovered at the Victoria & Albert Museum. The painting, of trees underneath an unsettled sky, was found concealed beneath a lining canvas on the back of Branch Hill Pond: Hampstead, another work by the English Romantic painter.” The Telegraph (UK) 11/26/13 

 

Sicily Bans Loan Of 23 Historic Artworks “The policy shift, enacted in June but largely unnoticed outside Italy, reflects growing concerns by Sicilian officials that their most important treasures are too often out of the country, while their own museums suffer.” The New York Times 11/27/13 

 

Contemporary art openings nov 28

Michel Auder at Portikus

November 27th, 2013


Michel Auder at Portikus

Artist: Michel Auder

Venue: Portikus, Frankfurt

Exhibition Title: Selected Works

Date: October 31 – November 17, 2013

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Michel Auder at Portikus

Michel Auder at Portikus

Michel Auder at Office Baroque

November 27th, 2013


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Artist: Michel Auder

Venue: Office Baroque, Brussels

Exhibition Title: Screen Life#13 & Polaroid

Date: November 7 – December 7, 2013

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David Lieske at VI, VII

November 26th, 2013


David Lieske at VI, VII

Artist: David Lieske

Venue: VI, VII, Oslo

Exhibition Title: Déformation Professionnelle

Date: October 25 – December 1, 2013

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David Lieske at VI, VII

David Lieske at VI, VII

David Lieske at VI, VII


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Rob Pruitt at Massimo De Carlo

November 26th, 2013


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Artist: Rob Pruitt

Venue: Massimo De Carlo, London

Exhibition Title: The Suicide Paintings

Date: October 14 – November 30, 2013

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Installation View

TBT, 2013

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Martin Barré at Daniel Buchholz

November 25th, 2013


Martin Barré at Daniel Buchholz

Artist: Martin Barré

Venue: Daniel Buchholz, Cologne

Exhibition Title: Paintings and Photo-Conceptual Works, 1967- 1976

Date: October 12 – November 30, 2013

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Martin Barré at Daniel Buchholz

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Art News november 28

Artists Sues Damien Hirst In Medusa Plagiarism Claim “The artist Jim Starr has accused Damien Hirst of plagiarism. Hirst has put a picture of Rihanna as the snaked-headed monster Medusa on the cover of GQ.” The Guardian (UK) 11/27/13

 

Motion Filed To Sell Detroit Institute Of Art Art “The motion formally takes the fight over the fate of the DIA into court for the first time. The filing suggests major creditors are unlikely to agree to any restructuring plan if they believe Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr is offering a low-ball figure for the value of the art. The move increases the chances that Rhodes will be forced to decide whether the art can legally be sold.” Detroit Free Press 11/27/13

 

Unknown Canvas By Constable Discovered At V&A Museum “A previously unrecorded oil sketch by British artist John Constable has been discovered at the Victoria & Albert Museum. The painting, of trees underneath an unsettled sky, was found concealed beneath a lining canvas on the back of Branch Hill Pond: Hampstead, another work by the English Romantic painter.” The Telegraph (UK) 11/26/13 

 

Sicily Bans Loan Of 23 Historic Artworks “The policy shift, enacted in June but largely unnoticed outside Italy, reflects growing concerns by Sicilian officials that their most important treasures are too often out of the country, while their own museums suffer.” The New York Times 11/27/13 

 

 

Romanian Art Thieves Get 6+ Years In Prison For Rotterdam Heist “Radu Dogaru, 29, had admitted planning the three-minute heist of works by Picasso, Monet and Gauguin in October 2012 at the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam, dubbed the ‘theft of the century’ in the Netherlands.” Accomplice Eugen Darie received the same sentence. Dogaru’s mother faces trial for allegedly burning three of the stolen canvases. GlobalPost (AFP) 11/26/13 

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Piano And Kahn - A Dance That Never Happens At The Kimbell “Indeed, the two buildings hardly speak to each other. Rather, Piano’s addition sits implacably behind a screen of sentry-like elms, generally mirroring Kahn’s building in scale and materiality, but otherwise failing to engage it in any kind of meaningful dialog or to charge the grassy space between them. The head-to-head battle of architectural heavyweights never truly materializes.” Dallas Morning News 11/23/13

 

 

Are We Destroying Great Art By Moving Them Around The World? "It would seem that nothing in museums is now safe from this international exhibitions jamboree - no work plays too important a role within a collection, or is too fragile, or too unwieldy, to prevent curators from taking a gamble with its welfare (in hope of reciprocal loans and a curatorial buzz)." ArtWatchUK 11/25/13

 

Chapel Interruptus: New York Art Installation Stopped Cold By Italian Customs Artist Francesco Vezzoli “had contracted to buy the ruins of an old deconsecrated church in the southern Italian town of Montegiordano and had planned to ship them to New York, brick by brick, for exhibition in the courtyard of MoMA PS1. His videos would be shown inside.” The Italian authorities had other ideas. The New York Times 11/26/13 

 

 

What Renzo Piano Has Done Next To Louis Kahn’s Classical Kimbell “It is clear that Piano has thought deeply about the work of Kahn and created a building that echoes the earlier one rather like an old Gregorian chant line woven into a newly composed Renaissance Mass: You have to look to find the subterranean connections, and in the process of looking, there is a deep and satisfying pleasure. And as you explore the tendrils of connection, you realize how much Piano has accomplished while subtly deflecting the biggest problem of all, that the modern museum is unsure of what it wants to be and why it exists.” Washington Post 11/23/13

 

 

At What Point In Their Lives Are Great Artists Most Creative? In a newly published paper, economist P.H. Franses of the Erasmus School of Economics in the Netherlands reports that “painters create their most masterful works (at least as determined by the marketplace) “at the 0.618 fraction of their lives.” Pacific Standard 11/25/13

 

What’s Happening In American Contemporary Art? Crystal Bridges Embarks On A Scouting Tour “They started with a list of more than 10,000 artists, they said, culled from recommendations from friends, curators, artists, peers and others; then they whittled it down to roughly 1,000 studio visits in each region of the country. About 100 to 125 of those artists — across mediums, including painting, sculpture, drawing, multimedia, performance and others — will be included in a fall 2014 exhibition at the museum.” Los Angeles Times 11/24/13

 

Frank Gehry: Pride Of Building Urban pride through architecture: it’s not such a novel idea, he says. “If you live in Greece, you are proud of the Parthenon, if you live in New York you are proud of the Chrysler Building. Here in LA we have the ‘Hollywood’ sign.” This is delivered so drily that I almost think he means it, until he gives himself away with another laugh. Financial Times 11/24/13

 

Is This A Pollock? Science And Art Don’t Agree “Science has its limits. Paint or paper may help establish the date of a work, while hair and fibers can help pinpoint where it was made. A work’s provenance must also be verified. Still, connoisseurs — as well as most auction houses who rely on them — maintain that true authorship cannot be established without an expert evaluation.” The New York Times 11/24/13

 

 

The Essence Of Selfies? Art “The selfie is a deliberate, aesthetic expression—it’s a self-portrait, which is an artistic genre with an extremely long pedigree. There can be bad self-portraits and good self-portraits, but the self-portrait isn’t bad or good in itself.” The Atlantic 11/22/13

 

Art Makes You Smarter (Especially If You’re A Kid) "Visiting an art museum exposes students to a diversity of ideas that challenge them with different perspectives on the human condition. " The New York Times 11/23/13

 

Oh, No Big Deal At The Field Museum - Just An Entirely New Dinosaur The best part? The scientists were demoralized and about to go home depressed when they found the bones in Utah. Chicago Tribune 11/22/13

 

 

To Avoid Nazi Loot Accusations, Should German Museums List Their Collections Online? "German museums are obligated to go through their collections for works that may have been looted by the Nazis. But the museums have balked at going a step further and digitizing their collections to allow independent searches, citing budget restrictions and a lack of staff." The Wall Street Journal 11/22/13

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

Artist: Micheala Eichwald

Venue: Reena Spaulings, New York

Exhibition Title: Ergriffenes Dasein

Date: September 29 – October 27, 2013

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings





 

Hans-Jörg Mayer at Christine Mayer

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Artist: Hans-Jörg Mayer

Venue: Christine Mayer, Munich

Exhibition Title: Dog Beach

Date: October 19, 2013 – November 23 ,2013

Hans-Jörg Mayer at Christine Mayer

Hans-Jörg Mayer at Christine Mayer

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Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler

Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler

Artist: Etel Adnan

Venue: Sfeir-Semler, Beirut

Date: August 1 – November 22, 2013

Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler

Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler

Etel Adnan Motions/Motifs, 1980-9/2012 Super-8, digitized Color, sound, 90 min. Filmstill Courtesy the artist and Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut / Hamburg



 

Michael Snow at Pied-à-terre

Michael Snow at Pied-à-terre

Artist: Michael Snow

Venue: Pied-à-terre, San Francisco

Exhibition Title: Solar Breath (Northern Caryatids)

Date: October 13 – November 10, 2013

Michael Snow at Pied-à-terre

Michael Snow at Pied-à-terre


 

Tom Burr at Bortolami

Tom Burr at Bortolami

Artist: Tom Burr

Venue: Bortolami, New York

Exhibition Title: Dressage

Date: October 26 – November 2, 2013

Tom Burr at Bortolami

Tom Burr at Bortolami

Tom Burr at Bortolami


 

Laura Lima

Laura Lima

 

América Latina 1960–2013

América Latina 1960–2013

 

The Other Portrait

The Other Portrait

 

Philippe Pirotte as new Director

Philippe Pirotte as new Director

 

Sights and Sounds: Global Film and Video

Sights and Sounds: Global Film and Video

 

Blake Rayne

Blake Rayne

 

Wilfredo Prieto

Wilfredo Prieto

 

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

Micheala Eichwald at Reena Spaulings

 

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck, Peg and Jon, from the series A History of Graph Paper, 2013. Pigment…

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck, Peg and Jon, from the series A History of Graph Paper, 2013. Pigment…

 

The Dancing Museum: A Manifesto/Checklist by Boris Charmatz

The Dancing Museum: A Manifesto/Checklist by Boris Charmatz

 

Hans-Jörg Mayer at Christine Mayer

Hans-Jörg Mayer at Christine Mayer

 

Tuesday Links: Museum Building Edition

Tuesday Links: Museum Building Edition

 

Shows: No Fear, No Shame, No Confusion

Shows: No Fear, No Shame, No Confusion

 

Postcard from Shanghai: A New Prize for Emerging Asian Artists

Postcard from Shanghai: A New Prize for Emerging Asian Artists

 

#A.I.L – artists in laboratories, episode 46: Free Art and Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab)

#A.I.L – artists in laboratories, episode 46: Free Art and Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab)

 

smARTpower

smARTpower

 

Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler

Etel Adnan at Sfeir-Semler

 

Illy Present Future Award Exhibition

Illy Present Future Award Exhibition

 

Elijah Burgher: Friendship as a Way of Life b/w I’m Seeking the Minotaur at Western Exhibitions

Elijah Burgher: Friendship as a Way of Life b/w I’m Seeking the Minotaur at Western Exhibitions

 

Carolee Schneemann

Carolee Schneemann

 

Tacita Dean

Tacita Dean

 

Selections from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection IV

Selections from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection IV

 

Programme announced for sixth edition

Programme announced for sixth edition

 

Amar Kanwar

Amar Kanwar

 

Carla Scott Fullerton

Carla Scott Fullerton

 

Kiki Smith Does Her Homework

Kiki Smith Does Her Homework

 

Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner

Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner

 

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

 

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck, Baby Shoes, Never Worn, from the series A History of Graph Paper,…

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck, Baby Shoes, Never Worn, from the series A History of Graph Paper,…

 

Martin Parr

Martin Parr

 

Michael Snow at Pied-à-terre

Michael Snow at Pied-à-terre

 

Artissima 2013 – From stumbling bankers to floating factory

Artissima 2013 – From stumbling bankers to floating factory

 

Shows: Jonathan Marshall

Shows: Jonathan Marshall

 

Bananazz

Bananazz

 

Tom Burr at Bortolami

Tom Burr at Bortolami

 

Patrick Sauze

Patrick Sauze

 

Artists’ Cocktails by Ryan Gander

Artists’ Cocktails by Ryan Gander

 

#Hashtags: The Trouble with the Mission School

#Hashtags: The Trouble with the Mission School

 

Call for nominations: Mario Merz Prize

Call for nominations: Mario Merz Prize

 

Yto Barrada

Yto Barrada

 

Issue 12 looks to Vienna

Issue 12 looks to Vienna

 

RijksakademieOPEN and Amsterdam Art Weekend 2013

RijksakademieOPEN and Amsterdam Art Weekend 2013

 

Eungie Joo as Curator of Sharjah Biennial 12

Eungie Joo as Curator of Sharjah Biennial 12

 

Ulrich Vogl

Ulrich Vogl

 

Slavoj Žižek

Slavoj Žižek

 

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck, Pine Ridge, From the series A History of Graph Paper, 2013. Pigment…

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck, Pine Ridge, From the series A History of Graph Paper, 2013. Pigment…

 

Week in Review: November 17, 2013

Week in Review: November 17, 2013

 

On Understanding and Being Understood: Interview with Anna Craycroft

On Understanding and Being Understood: Interview with Anna Craycroft

 

Family and community – The Way of the Chopsticks at the Philadelphia Art Alliance

Family and community – The Way of the Chopsticks at the Philadelphia Art Alliance

 

“Chicago Imagists” at Karma International

“Chicago Imagists” at Karma International

 

Guillaume Bijl

Guillaume Bijl

 

Tracy Moffatt: Spirit Landscapes at Tyler Rollins Fine Art / Spectrum Queer Media at New Parkway Theater

Tracy Moffatt: Spirit Landscapes at Tyler Rollins Fine Art / Spectrum Queer Media at New Parkway Theater

 

David Maljković

David Maljković

 

Tea with Nefertiti

Tea with Nefertiti

 

Choreographing Exhibitions: A book and a festival by Mathieu Copeland

Choreographing Exhibitions: A book and a festival by Mathieu Copeland

 

Call for applications: Curatorial Programme 2014–2015

Call for applications: Curatorial Programme 2014–2015

 

Generation i.2

Generation i.2

 

Lutz Bacher

Lutz Bacher

 

Petrit Halilaj

Petrit Halilaj

 

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck is a Los Angeles-based artist who works with photographic materials and…

FEATURED ARTIST: John Houck is a Los Angeles-based artist who works with photographic materials and…

 

Ger van Elk at Lüttgenmeijer

Ger van Elk at Lüttgenmeijer

 

Omer Fast at gb agency

Omer Fast at gb agency