Category: Artnews

Game of Tomes: At the Beloved, Crowded NY Art Book Fair, a Feast for Bibliophiles

Inside the VW Dome. The big openings of September have now passed, and the NY Art Book Fair, that cherished summer-closing tradition, has returned to MoMA PS1 for the weekend.…
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Morning Links: David Bowie’s ‘Low’ Edition

A great album you should listen to today. Triumph A show of Ruth Asawa’s work at David Zwirner in New York “cannot help but feel restorative, an opportunity to reassess…
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Morning Links: Aesthetics of Paperweights Edition

A paperweight. HANNES GROBE/COURTESY CREATIVE COMMONS Around the World TripAdvisor, the online home for travel-related listings and reviews of scintillating restaurants and weird hotels, came out with its list of…
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Here’s the Exhibitor List for the 2017 Untitled Miami Beach Art Fair

A previous edition of the Untitled, Miami Beach art fair. COURTESY UNTITLED, ART The Untitled art fair in Miami Beach has released the exhibitor list for its 2017 edition, which…
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The Bridge, a Micro-Fair on a Ritzy Hamptons Golf Course, Sees Sales—and Jay-Z and Beyoncé—at Inaugural Edition

The scene at the Bridge, a new fair in the Hamptons. ARTNEWS As I made my way to the Bridge, an art fair held this past weekend at a Hamptons…
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Phillips Pulls Work From ‘New Now’ Sale After Mark Grotjahn Says ‘I’m Not Sure I Made This’

The contested work, which was initially labeled in the Philips ‘New Now’ online catalog as a work by Mark Grotjahn. COURTESY MUTUAL ART A few weeks ago the artist Mark…
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Wolfgang Tillmans Issues Images to Get Out the Vote in Germany

The images of Wolfgang Tillmans’s campaign-minded creation. COURTESY BETWEEN BRIDGES Citing the potential danger of Alternative für Deustchland, a right-wing political party in Germany, gaining parliament seats in an election…
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On Your Mark, Get Set, Read: Marathon Readings of Thoreau, the U.S. Constitution Are Planned in New York

192 Books is seeking readers for its epic cruise through 'Walden.' The title page of the first printing of Thoreau’s Walden, in 1854. TICKNOR AND FIELDS As the weeks pass…
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One Crocodile, No Goldfish: Collector Ingvild Goetz on Her Arte Povera Extravaganza at Hauser & Wirth in New York

Alighiero Boetti, PING PONG, 1966, wood, varnish, glass, light bulbs, timer. © 2017 ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK / SIAE, ROME COURTESY KUNSTMUSEUM BASEL SAMMLUNG GOETZ, MUNCHEN Hauser & Wirth…
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Solange: Certain Art Institutions Imply That ‘as a Black Artist You Should Just Be Happy to Be There’

The cover of Solange’s 2016 album, A Seat at the Table. SAINT RECORDS/COLUMBIA In a talk with writer Britt Julious at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago earlier tonight, the…
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