Post image for The Abstract Patterns of Sound on Dusty Speaker Covers

There are no drawings on the walls for the Drawing Center’s current exhibition — at least, none you may define in the conventional sense of the medium.

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Post image for After Flint Water Crisis, Police Murders, and More, Midwestern Artists Get Mad

TOLEDO, Ohio — Midwesterners are many things, but they aren’t, as a rule, complainers.

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Post image for Peter Doig Wins Bizarre Court Battle, Proving He Didn’t Make a Painting

One of the most bizarre art authentication cases in recent memory came to a close yesterday with a federal judge’s ruling that Peter Doig did not paint a desert scene signed “Pete Doige 76.”

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Post image for Wanna Be a Tate Curator? Don’t Quit Your Day Job!

In mid June, Tate opened the £260 million expansion of Tate Modern, the Switch House. In mid August, it posted three job listings for assistant curator positions at Tate Britain and Tate Modern with starting annual salaries of £24,360.

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Post image for An Indian Modernist’s Abstractions of Famine and War

In Rabin Mondal’s most iconic paintings, amphibious characters resembling frogs stare out of the canvas.

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Post image for An Artist Channels His Anxiety About Painting into Painting

“So, the best approach [to wooing galleries] is, as you suggested, crawling on your hands and knees,” writes renowned art-world insider Howard Moseley, M.D.

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Post image for A Supper Club Invites Artists of Color to Discuss Sanctuary and Safety

On Friday, August 5, I attended a dinner held at the 8th Floor, an exhibition and event space founded by philanthropists Shelley and Donald Rubin and artistic directed by Sara Reisman.

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Post image for 5Pointz Owner Reneges on Promise to Use Union Labor, Sparking Protest

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Long Island City yesterday to protest the almost complete absence of unionized workers at the 5Pointz redevelopment site — despite a promise by the project’s developer that he would only employ union workers for the job.

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Post image for “I Am an Invented Character”: A Performance Artist on Living in His Utopia

“I am back in New York. My lungs need poison air,” began Papo Colo in one of his recent emails to me.

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Post image for The Dying Typographic Art of Cutting Letters into Steel

In a smoky atelier in Torino, Italy, Giuseppe Branchino works as one of the world’s last punch cutters.

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