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5 Things to Read This Week

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

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

How Maverick Artist Cy Gavin Painted His Own Way From Bermuda to the Rubell Foundation

They Know Why You Fly: Martha Rosler on Her Airport Photographs

Protest Art: What Is It Good For?

How to Sell a Frank Lloyd Wright House

‘Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire’ at the Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco

Image Courtesy of Cy Gavin. 

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

Winter Whiteout is coming—to Madison Square Park with art installation

A Long-Lost Willem de Kooning, Stolen Over 30 Years Ago, Was Just Returned by Good Samaritans

Artists Evicted from Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District

Meet Singularity Black, the Blackest Paint on the Market

Jim Carrey is an Obsessed Painter and He’s Selling His Work

Photo Courtesy of Ira Lippke and Erwin Redl.

 

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

New HBO Documentary Traces Warhol’s Rise Through the Madcap Journey of One $3 Million Brillo Box

Archaeologists Discover a “Little Pompeii” in Southern France

National Academy Members Pen Open Letter in Support of Dana Schutz

UK artist Alex Chinneck tears apart London building facade with new public work

New International Festival Attempts to Revive Venetian Glass Industry

Image Courtesy of HBO.

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

When an Artist Calls the Shots: Mark Grotjahn’s Soaring Prices

Condo, the Popular New Art-Fair Alternative, Will Launch in Shanghai and Mexico City in 2018

Houston Awards Nearly $3.5 Million in Arts and Cultural Grants

Arts group restages historic civil rights protest in New York

Protesters Call on ICA Boston to Cancel Dana Schutz Show

Image Courtesy of the NYTimes. Paintings by Mark Grotjahn in the exhibition “Forever Now” at the Museum of Modern Art in 2014, from left: “Untitled (Circus No. 1 Face 44.18),” 2012; “Untitled (Circus No. 3 Face 44.20),” 2013; “Untitled (Circus No. 6 Face 44.22),” 2013. CreditHiroko Masuike/The New York Times

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

Three Francis Bacon works stolen in Madrid recovered by Spanish police

Artworks on Loan From the Louvre Destroyed in Fire on a French Island

What to See at Frieze Sculpture Park 2017 in London

Rising Up Down Under: Sydney Neighborhood Stakes Claim as Australia’s Answer to Chelsea

Angela Merkel’s Humanity, Captured in an Elizabeth Peyton Oil

Image Courtesy of: The Art Newspaper. Cecil Beaton, Francis Bacon in His Studio (1960). Gelatin silver print with paint from Francis Bacon’s studio on the recto and verso. Courtesy of Phillips

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

Summer Art Pilgrimages.

What Can Joseph Beuys’s Mythic Boxing Match Teach Today’s Activist Artists?

Translating Sight into Paint.

Refugees Confront the Past Through Art, at a Pop-Up Museum.

Out-of-Town Galleries Arrive, Bearing Art.

Image Courtesy of: Sanssouci Palace, Berlin, Germany (Image: © Wolfgang Staudt)

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

Jenny Holzer at Hauser & Wirth Zürich.

Why It’s a Good Thing the Hamptons Art Scene Is Shrinking.

LACMA Names Guadalupe Rosales as Its First-Ever Instagram Artist in Residence.

Hobby Lobby Busted for Illegally Importing Thousands of Iraqi Antiquities.

Cuban Artists Find Escape and Entrapment in the Sea.

Image Courtesy of: 2017 Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

Broad City’ Star Abbi Jacobson on Her New MoMA Podcast.

SFMoMA Gets Their First Curator of Contemporary Art.

Adobe Releases Digital Brushes Modeled on Edvard Munch’s.

David Smith’s Show at Storm King.

The Art World Needs a Jolt.  

Image Courtesy of ARTNews. 

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5 Things to Read This Week

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:

Saltz Says, “Blockbuster Moment in New York for Female Artists”.

Kara Walker’s Sugar Sphinx Finds a New Home in Greece.

Art Gallery of Ontario Acquires 522 Diane Arbus Photographs.

The Getty’s Return to Chronology.

New York Congresswoman Proposes Student Loan Relief for Arts Workers.  

 

Image Courtesy of: NYMag and Florine Stettheimer.

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