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AO Breaking – News Summary – London: Susan Philipsz Wins the 2010 Turner Prizer for Sound Installation

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Art Newspaper Looks at Costs and Rewards of Major Art Prizes

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

AO Events and Art Preview – Miami Beach: Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 and Miami Art Week, December 3rd – 6th, 2015

Monday, November 30th, 2015

String of Major Commissions to Open New Public Space in Connecticut

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

New York – “Soundings: A Contemporary Score” at MoMA Through November 3rd, 2013

Saturday, August 31st, 2013

Sound Art Steps into the Spotlight

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

Go See – London: Turner Prize 2010 Finalist Exhibition at Tate Britain Through January 3, 2010

Saturday, October 9th, 2010

AO Onsite: FIAC Has Begun in Paris and will run through October 25th

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
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Alexander Gray Associates to Launch Exhibition Program Upstate

May 17th, 2019

New York’s Alexander Gray Associates will host a series of shows centered around single works in a barn upstate this summer, Art News reports.  The project will kick off with a show of Harmony Hammond’s Bandaged Grid #5 (2016). “Certainly, with the environment that we’re in right now, there’s so much noise, and there’s a big emphasis on spectacle,” Gray says. “We’re interrupting that really fast-paced rhythm of looking.”
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RIP: Lutz Bacher, Relentless Pioneer of Various Forms and Processes, Has Died

May 17th, 2019

 

Lutz Bacher, via K21
Lutz Bacher, via K21

Artist Lutz Bacher, a relentless innovator whose works frequently defied easy categorization or understanding, has passed away.  The artist, who has long avoided releasing much biographical information about herself, was either 75 or 76 at the time of her death.
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The Met Will No Longer Accept Gifts from Members of Sackler Family

May 16th, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art will no longer accept gifts from members of the Sackler family linked to the maker of OxyContin. “The museum takes a position of gratitude and respect to those who support us, but on occasion, we feel it’s necessary to step away from gifts that are not in the public interest, or in our institution’s interest,” said Daniel H. Weiss, the president of the Met. “That is what we’re doing here.”
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