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SEPTEMBER EXHIBITS AT THE MET NOT TO BE MISSED: DELIRIOUS + RODIN

DELIRIOUS: ART AT THE LIMITS OF REASON 1950-1985 The Met Breuer, NYC September 13, 2017-January 14, 2018 945 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 The exhibit “Delirious”, has been derived from the delirium taking place in the art world at the time. Between 1950 and 1980 the world exploded in conflicts, whether it was military, social, or…

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‘LOUISE BOURGEOIS: AN UNFOLDING PORTRAIT’ TO OPEN AT THE MOMA SEPTEMBER 24TH

 “LOUISE BOURGEOIS: AN UNFOLDING PORTRAIT” The Museum of Modern Art September 24, 2017-January 28, 2018 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019 Beginning September 24, 2017,  The Museum of Modern Art brings us a new exhibit about the creative process and works of Louise Bourgeois. The exhibit, entitled “Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait”, does not have simply…

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SEATTLE ART FAIR HAS RECORD ATTENDANCE

The 2017 Seattle Art Fair is gaining traction, with 100 exhibitors and approximately 22,500 guests this year, which is a 25% increase from last year's attendance. The Seattle Art Fair is the Pacific Northwest's destination for modern and contemporary art, founded by Paul G. Allen and is co-produced by Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions. Noteable…

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NEW AT THE WHITNEY: AN INCOMPLETE HISTORY OF PROTEST

On August 18th, An Incomplete History of Protest goes on view at the Whitney Museum from the Whitney's own collection. The exhibition displays how artists from the 1940s-2000s have confronted the political and social issues of their time. The artists' see their work as essential to challenging established thought and creating a more equitable culture, such…

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“FLY INTO THE SUN” WITH THE WATERMILL 24TH ANNUAL SUMMER BENEFIT

View highlights from the 24th Annual Watermill Summer Benefit "Fly Into The Sun"  More than 1000 guests attended the sold out Watermill Benefit and Auction on July 30th titled, "Fly into The Sun" that honored Laurie Anderson and Isabelle Huppert. Some of the guests that attended the foundation's 24th annual benefit included th honorees as…

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TOP AUCTIONS SALES FROM THE ART MARKET

What are the top paintings sold in 2016? According to the most recent TEFAF Art Market Report, the top five artworks sold at auction in 2016 were sold at prices between $57 million - $82 million from artists such as Picasso, Monet, and Jean-Michel Basquat. Read all about the nail-biting auctions and the expensive bids below.…

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THE WATERMILL CENTER ‘FLY INTO THE SUN’ BENEFIT + AUCTION ANNOUNCES HONOREES

View gallery of select artwork available in this years auction On July 29th, The 24th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction "FLY INTO THE SUN" will honor Laurie Anderson and Isabelle Huppert and will feature installations placed throughout The Watermill Center’s eight-and-a-half acre grounds, curated in tribute to Lou Reed’s exceptional life and work. In addition,…

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MARKET ART + DESIGN RETURNS TO BRIDGEHAMPTON JULY 6-9

The "Market Art + Design" Art Fair returns to Bridgehampton this July 6th through the 9th for the seventh time and featuring close to seventy exhibitors. At The Bridgehampton Museum, there is an art show that features presentations of modern and contemporary art from dealers and designers all over the world. The official preview night on…

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JUDY CHICAGO EXHIBIT TO CONCLUDE BROOKLYN MUSEUM FEMINISM EXHIBITION

Well known feminist Artist Judy Chicago's work will be on display from October 20th until March 4th, 2018 at the Brooklyn Museum. "Roots of 'The Dinner Party' : History in the Making" is the first museum exhibition to examine the formal, material, and conceptual development of Judy Chicago's artwork "The Dinner Party." The exhibition will…

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MET BREUER OPENS CONTEMPORARY VIDEO EXHIBIT

"The Body Politic: Video from The Met Collection" is being featured at The Met Breuer from June 20th until September 3rd. The exhibit presents four videos created between 1995 and 2015 that range from provocative to the poignant while considering the body in relationship to race, ethnicity, class, and gender. One of the videos is David…

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MUSEUM OF SEX FEATURES FEMINIST ART IN ‘NSFW FEMALE GAZE’ EXHIBIT

The Museum of Sex (MoSEX) and Creators (VICE Media's art and culture publication) present 'NSFW Female Gaze,' an art exhibition showcasing over 25 emerging female artists that explore and redefine sexuality on their own terms. The exhibit opens Wednesday 21st and will remain on view until September 24th.  “Women use the internet as a tool…

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“SECRET GARDEN: THE FEMALE GAZE ON EROTICA” EXHIBIT AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on Erotica EXHIBITION ON VIEW June 27 – August 5th ARTIST TALK + RECEPTION "Art, Sex & Censorship" July 20th  // 6-9pm THE UNTITLED SPACE 45 Lispenard Street Unit 1W NYC 10013 The Untitled Space gallery has announced a new exhibition to open on June 27th, titled “SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on…

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MAGNUM PHOTOS CELEBRATES 70 YEARS WITH PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS IN NYC

Magnum Photos is celebrating 70 years of its significant contribution to photography and history by holding a number of events throughout New York City this month that present new and iconic work by established Magnum photographers. The public seasons of events will be focused on Magnum’s three anniversary themes of community, witnessing history, and “Magnum…

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A LOOK INTO ART BASEL SWITZERLAND 2017

Art Basel Switzerland is set to return this year from June 15-18 and is curated for the second year by Samuel Leuenberger, director and curator of SALTS in Birsfelden, Switzerland. This year's show show has work from about 300 galleries that feature pieces of modern and contemporary art that include, paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, prints, video, multimedia…

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JEFF KOONS INSTALLS ‘SEATED BALLERINA’ IN ROCKEFELLER CENTER

Contemporary artist Jeff Koons has an inflatable ballerina on display at the Rockefeller Center in New York City. The 45-foot-high art installation is hosted by Tishman Speyer, but will only be on display until Friday, June 2nd. The piece is part of Koon’s "Antiquity" series and is called “Seated Ballerina,” which was inspired by a small…

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THE RADICAL EYE: MODERNIST PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE SIR ELTON JOHN COLLECTION

Tate Modern Bankside, London SE1 9TG November 10, 2016 - May 21, 2017 Elton John is a man known for many things (music, his work for gay rights, a vast collection of sparkly jackets), but being a fan of early twentieth century photography isn’t one of them. This is a great shame, as Sir Elton…

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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT “UNTITLED” PAINTING SELLS FOR OVER $110MILLION

Jean-Michel Basquiat became a legendary artist on May 18th when the deceased painter’s work, “Untitled,” sold for $110.5 million at a Sotheby's postwar and contemporary auction. The auction spanned 10 minutes as the prices soared higher and higher. This price is the highest sum ever paid at auction for an American artist, a record Andy Warhol…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ‘SHE INSPIRES’ ARTIST TALK AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

On May 16th, The Untitled Space gallery presented a panel discussion for the SHE INSPIRES group exhibition. The exhibit, curated by gallery director and artist Indira Cesarine, features the work of 60 contemporary artists with works honoring inspirational women. A She Should Run ambassador as well as ten artists from the exhibit shared insights behind their…

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VENICE BIENNALE 2017 WITH THE CULTURALLY CURIOUS NOMAD

Being a notorious culturally curious Nomad, there are a few cultural gatherings I look forward to on the social calendar. From my favorite art, film, music, fashion and architecture events, the Venice Biennale definitely wins hands down. Every two years, a group of friends that are mostly artists, collectors and dealers, and I (who just like to…

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