Koons vandalism

A man briefly disrupted the Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney Museum this afternoon, splashing red paint against a wall and signing his name.

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Work by Hong Seong-dam censored at Gwangju Biennale, Korea

Gwangju Biennale Foundation President Lee Yong-woo has resigned over the censorship of an artwork by the Korean government, the Korea Herald reported.

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New York Studio School is committed to giving a significant education to the aspiring artist that can last a lifetime.

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BRIC House

Yesterday brought the news that Brooklyn is getting an art biennial.

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Delaware House Bill (HB) 345, “Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets and Digital Accounts Act”

A new law in Delaware has made digital devices and accounts inheritable, the first such measure in the United States, Ars Technica reported.

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Museums

Depending on Nan Goldin

by Joseph Nechvatal on August 20, 2014

“The Ballad of Sexual Dependency” book cover (1986).

PARIS — I used to abhor Nan Goldin’s “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency” (1979-1986), her famous 45-minute operatic show of 800 color slides set to a choppy 80s pop music soundtrack.

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Elastic City logo

Hyperallergic is proud to announce that we’re the media partner for the 2014 Elastic City Walks Festival.

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Brecht Vandenbroucke's 'White Cube'

Making comics about the art world is an excellent idea. And so, the premise of Brecht Vandenbroucke’s White Cube is full of promise.

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Today, Riverbed, Olafur Eliasson’s first solo exhibition at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, fills the museum’s South Wing with dirt and rocks of all sizes, complete with a narrow, meandering trench of water, to transform the space into a craggy landscape.

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Olek yarn bombing underwater bomb sculpture

A New York–based artist trying to raise awareness about the ocean’s health is being accused of damaging it. Agata Oleksiak, the yarn artist better-known as Olek, traveled to Cancun earlier this month for an installation highlighting the ocean’s declining shark population, according to La Jornada.

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