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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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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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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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‘All Kind of Crazy Colors’: Sterling Ruby Discusses His Sculpture for Calvin Klein Fashion Show

Sterling Ruby’s Sophomore (2017) installed at the Calvin Klein offices in New York City. ARTNEWS On Thursday evening, I walked into the Calvin Klein headquarters on 39th Street in Manhattan,…
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Stranger in a Strange Land: A Rashid Johnson Show Resonates in Rural England

May 27–September 10, at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset Installation view of “Rashid Johnson Stranger,” 2017, at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset, England. ©RASHID JOHNSON/KEN ADLARD/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND HAUSER & WIRTH…
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When Five Become One: Latin American Galleries Join Forces for Los Angeles Space

Cristina Tufiño, Sphinx (I), 2017 COURTESY THE ARTIST, GALERÍA AGUSTINA FERREYRA, AND RUBERTA “We joke now that Ruberta is the Wu-Tang Clan of galleries,” the Mexico City-based dealer Brett W.…
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Manic Modernist: Philippe Vandenberg Wrestled with Aesthetics and Self-Destruction

June 27–July 28, at Hauser & Wirth, New York Installation view of Philippe Vandenberg’s 2017 solo exhibition, curated by Anthony Huberman, at Hauser & Wirth, New York. GENEVIEVE HANSON Hauser…
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As Harvey Hits Texas, Art Museums Shutter

A satellite view of Harvey as it neared Texas on Thursday. COURTESY NASA This post is being continuously updated with details about Harvey’s effects on Texas’s art community. On Friday…
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An American in Paris: Berenice Abbott’s Early Portraits

Berenice Abbott, Jean Cocteau, from the series “Paris Portraits: 1925-1930.” STEIDL, STEILD.DE At first glance, Berenice Abbott’s art seems distinctly American. Supported by both the public money and spirit of…
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Consumer Reports: Jamian Juliano-Villani

Jamian Juliano-Villani. JULIE RENDON Jamian Juliano-Villani is an artist currently living and working in New York. She has held solo exhibitions at Massimo De Carlo in Milan, Studio Voltaire in…
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