Hidden Gems: JR on Creating Public Art, His Perrotin Gallery Show, and Why He Wants to Remain Secretive

His exhibition runs at the New York gallery through Friday, August 17. Read More

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‘You Can Still Make Websites Nowadays’: A Talk with the Pioneering Internet Art Collective JODI

The Netherlands-based duo currently has work on view at gallery shows in New York and Los Angeles. Read More

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‘Here I Am—Take It’: Michael Stipe’s New Photo Book Bares All (or at Least Some)

Volume 1, made in collaboration with the artist Jonathan Berger, focuses on personal pictures from 1980 to 2015. Read More

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Signs of the Times: Aiming to Install 50 Politically Incisive Billboards in 50 States, For Freedoms Group Sets Up Shop in New York

The organization, which was founded by Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman, has found a temporary home in the Meatpacking District, where it is hosting an exhibition by Paula Crown. Read More

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Drinking in L.A.: Tyler Murphy’s Cape Cod Gallery Commercial Street Takes a Summer Trip to California

Three shows are planned at Jenny’s, which has decamped to London for the summer, and there will also be programming at the Capri Lounge. Read More

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‘The Fight Is Not Over’: Luis C. Garza and George Rodriguez on Photojournalism in 1960s L.A. and the Legacy of the Chicano Blowouts

New exhibitions examine protests whose influence continues into the present. Read More

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‘Julian Paints Before He Even Starts to Paint’: Max Hollein and Julian Schnabel Open Monumental Show in San Francisco

“I think he’s really prepared,” the artist said of the museum director, who has taped to be director of the Met in New York. Read More

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