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Georgia O’Keefe Museum Acquires Rare Work by Artist

May 28th, 2016

The Barns, Lake George, via NPRThe Georgia O’Keefe museum has acquired a rare 1926 work by the artist, an abstracted landscape that showcases her expressive craft outside of her more traditional subject matter, and captures the country home of her and her husband Alfred Stieglitz.  “Of the subjects O’Keeffe pursued at Lake George in the 1920s—her most prolific decade—the various barns on the Stieglitz property most directly connect her to the interests of various members of the Stieglitz circle and other American modernists to identify distinctly national subjects,” the museum said in a statement.
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David Shrigley Planning Massive Gravestone Installation in Central Park

May 28th, 2016

David Shrigley's Memorial, via NYTDavid Shrigley will install a version of his work Memorial at Central Park this summer, a towering gravestone with a grocery list engraved across its surface.  “He’s best known for a unique drawing style that makes satirical comments on everyday interactions,” says associate curator Emma Enderby of the Public Art Fund, which commissioned the piece. “It’s absurd, it’s funny but it’s also sad and poignant.”
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Katharina Grosse to Install Massive Paint Work in Rockaways

May 28th, 2016

Katharina Grosse's rendering for Fort Tilden, via NYTArtist Katharina Grosse will create one of her signature paint spatter installations on the aquatics building at Fort Tilden Beach this summer, part of MoMA PS1’s Rockaway! event. The work will coat the decaying building in flashes of bright colors, while emphasizing its architectural style.
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