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Go See – Stockholm: “Thrice Upon A Time” at Magasin 3 Konsthall, through December 12, 2010

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

Don’t Miss – New York: ‘THE AUDIO SHOW’ a selection of solely audio pieces at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, featuring Marilyn Minter, Barnaby Furnas and more, through August 23, 2009

Friday, August 21st, 2009

Go See – Humlebæk, Denmark: David Hockney at the Louisiana Museum through August 28th, 2011

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Go See – Aarau, Switzerland: Ugo Rondinone at Aargauer Kunsthaus through August 1, 2010

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Go See – New York: David Hockney’s ‘Paintings 2006-2009′ at PaceWildenstein through December 24th 2009

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

French estuary on display

Saturday, June 30th, 2007
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LaToya Ruby Frazier Featured in NYT

March 3rd, 2021

LaToya Ruby Frazier has a piece in the NYT this week, showcasing new work and talking about her critical approach towards American culture. “I am showing these dark things about America because I love my country and countrymen,” she says. “When you love somebody, you tell them the truth. Even if it hurts.”
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MoMA Covers Architect Philip Johnson’s Name from Wall Signage Over Fascist Views

March 3rd, 2021

MoMA has covered up the name of late architect Philip Johnson on wall signs amid allegations of his fascist views. “To move forward with the exhibition thoughtfully, honoring the communities that the artists and their works represent, we feel it’s appropriate to respect the exhibition design suggestion and cover the signage with Johnson’s name outside the Architecture and Design galleries on an interim basis,” a MoMA spokesperson said. “To confront this matter, the Museum currently has underway a rigorous research initiative to explore in full the allegations against Johnson and gather all available information. This work is ongoing.”
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Italy Looks to Art to Help Combat Overtourism

March 3rd, 2021

Italy is looking to combat its crush of tourists in major cities by leasing works from the Uffizi in Florence to smaller museums and spaces around the country, CNN reports. “We already have over 3,000 works of art on display in the Uffizi — that’s enough,” Uffizi director Eike Schmidt says.
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