Labors of Love: The 2018 Carnegie International Is Buoyant, Beautiful, and Strangely Conservative

Its curator, Ingrid Schaffner, has said that she wanted her edition of the every-five-years show “to inspire museum joy.” Some 33 artists and collectives have taken up the task with aplomb. Read More

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The Browser: On Wolfgang Tillmans, Guadalupe Rosales, Hong-An Truong, and Pati Hill

Four exhibitions that play into—and subvert—the flow of imagery in today’s digital world. Read More

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For Education Initiative, Studio Museum in Harlem Places Reproductions of Works in Its Collection in Neighborhood Schools and Libraries

The project is part of a larger attempt to reach the institution’s surrounding community. Read More

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Banksy Painting Self-Destructs After Selling for $1.4 M. at Sotheby’s London [UPDATED]

According to reporting by the New York Times, a painting by street artist Banksy was shredded by a remote control immediately after selling for $1.4 million at an auction at Sotheby’s in London on Friday night.Banksy created the painting, Girl … Read More

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