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Improve your art website’s SEO

We hear all the time, ‘I want better SEO’ or ‘I’ve paid a lot for my SEO and I don’t want to loose it’. What’s odd is that when we ask what ‘good SEO’ means to them we often don’t here a straight answer. The truth is that presence on a search engine can be hard to define. Below are some tricks to make sure that your art website is performing optimally. Below are some tips to establish a strong…

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Letter from Editor

Happy Labor Day

Happy Labor Day Atmos! We hope you have relaxing day full of barbecues and picnics. See you back here tomorrow for our regularly scheduled programming. PS: Like the painting above? Check it out on artcloud here! Image Courtesy of Patrick Saunders. …

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At the Studio

At the Studio: Daniel John Gadd

Today at Atmos we’re speaking with abstract artist, Daniel John Gadd in his Brooklyn Studio. Read along for a chance to hear about his Youtube-learned carpentry skills and how he gets the mirrors in his paintings to crack just right.  *This interview has been edited and condensed. Atmos: Thank you so much for meeting with me today! Can you tell me a little bit about when art first started interesting you? Daniel: I don’t know when it first started to interest…

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At the Event

Night at the Museum

End your summer with a banger! Tonight only, MoMA PS1 is hosting a party to celebrate the final weekend of Jenny Sabin Studio’s Young Architects Program installation, Lumen. Guests will also enjoy after-hours access to the galleries for the final weeks of our summer exhibitions, including Maureen Gallace:Clear Day, Ian Cheng: Emissaries, and Tomas Rafa: New Nationalisms. The party features DJ sets, cocktails, bites by M. Wells, and more. General admission tickets are $15; MoMA members $13; MoMA PS1+ members free. Buy your tickets here.…

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The Perfect Art Day

The Perfect Art Day: LA Edition

The Broad Go See: Oracle April 29 – September 3 “From everyday experiences to protest movements as monumental as the Arab Spring uprisings across the Middle East, to themes that probe systems of social control or examine global commerce, artworks in Oracle tackle the effects of organizational frameworks on global events and private individuals”. Atmos Pro Tip: If you wait until October 21, go see the special exhibition, Yayoi Kasuma: Infinity Mirrors. Hauser & Wirth Go See: Paul McCarthy. WS…

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At the Archives

At the Archives: Hans Hofmann

Title: Hans Hofmann at work in his studio Date: 1952 Description: Hans Hofmann in his studio at 53 East Ninth St., New York City, working on a painting. Creator: Reynal, Kay Bell, 1905-1977, photographer Born in Germany in 1880, Hans Hofmann was a German-born American abstract expressionist painter. By 1933, and for the next four decades, he lived in New York and in Provincetown. From his early landscapes of the 1930s, to his “slab” paintings of the late 1950s, and his…

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Monday Links

5 Things to Read This Week

Happy Monday Atmos! Want to ease into your week with us? Grab your coffee and extend your weekend a little longer. Here’s what we’re reading this Monday morning: Is the Elusive Tech Collector Real? Not Quite Yet, Dealers Say Solange Releases Interactive Project on Black Womanhood Tied to Tate Modern’s ‘Soul of a Nation’ Show Designs for Nicolas Berggruen’s mountaintop thinktank revealed Contemporary Art Steams Up the Hudson What Vulture’s Critics Are Most Excited for This Fall  Image Courtesy of Seattle…

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At the Bookstore

So Many Olympic Exertions

Hey LA people! If you don’t already have plans tomorrow afternoon, consider swinging by Artbook’s Hauser & Wirth’s LA location for the book launch of So Many Olympic Exertions. “Blending elements of memoir and sports writing, Anelise Chen’s debut novel is an experimental work that perhaps most resembles what the ancient Greeks called hyponemata, or “notes to the self,” in the form of observations, reminders and self-exhortations”. The event is from 4-6pm and will feature a reading by Anelise Chen as…

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September Openings

It’s finally happening. Summer is ending and the New York City art scene is waking up from its three month vacation. Galleries are opening their fall shows and we couldn’t be more excited. So you’re ready for the first big day of openings, September 7th, check out our mini list of shows we’re excited about. Happy Hopping! Paula Cooper Gallery  Christian Marclay 521 W. 21st Street  Thursday, September 7, 2017–Saturday, October 7, 2017 Anton Kern Brian Calvin 16 E. 55th…

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At the Museum

Guggenheim Circle

Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin’s Guggenheim project, Circle Through New York is open for 8 more days! In the project (full title), A talking parrot, a high school drama class, a Punjabi TV show, the oldest song in the world, a museum artwork, and a congregation’s call to action circle through New York, the artists created a complex system of social and material exchange that brings together city communities often separated by cultural, economic, geographic, or circumstantial boundaries. The artists drew an…

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