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Go See – New York: Luke Fowler, Keren Cytter, and Tris Vonna-Michell “Phase Two” at X Initiave through October 25, 2009

Monday, August 31st, 2009

Duncan Campbell Wins the 2014 Turner Prize

Monday, December 1st, 2014

Turner Prize Shortlist Announced with Heavy Focus on Film and Installation

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Turner Prize Shortlist Announced

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

AO Newslink

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Go See: Tate Triennial ‘Altermodern’ at the Tate Modern, London, through April 26, 2009

Friday, February 6th, 2009

New York – G.T. Pellizzi: “Financial Times” at Mary Boone Gallery, Through March 1st, 2014

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Go See: The Generational: Younger Than Jesus at The New Museum, through 5 July, 2009

Saturday, April 25th, 2009
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Shoot The Lobster Takes Over Martos Gallery Outpost in LA

September 26th, 2016

shoot-the-lobster-la-via-art-newsMartos Gallery has moved its project gallery, Shoot the Lobster, into its Los Angeles exhibition space, changing its function from a Martos outpost to a permanent home for Shoot the Lobster.  “After two years of many memorable exhibitions and events, Martos Gallery LA has closed its doors to make way for the second STL project space,” the gallery said. “This space, like its East Coast accomplice, will feature a mix of exhibitions, performances, concerts, pop-ups, and more.”
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NYT Spotlights Work of K11 Art Foundation

September 26th, 2016

artist-cheng-ran-via-nytThe New York Times profiles the work of the K11 Art Foundation this week, and its work in supporting the careers of young Chinese artists both home and abroad.  “The reason so many curators listen to us is because we are not a gallery, we are not dealers, and we do not represent artists — our list is more academic,” says founder Adrian Cheng.

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France Promises $100 Million for Cultural Preservation in Middle East

September 26th, 2016

franc%cc%a7ois-hollande-via-art-newspaperThe French government has pledged $100 million to fund cultural heritage protection in the Middle East, providing resources for preservation, restoration and storage to threatened cultural sites and institutions.  “This mission began a month ago,” says Benoit Paumier, a former official of the Ministry of Culture.   “The point of departure, which shocked the French population, was the destruction of Palmyra by the terrorists. At that point, the president of the republic asked the president of the Louvre, Jean-Luc Martinez, to prepare a report on how the international community could respond to preserve the cultural heritage of humanity.”  
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