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“KAWS: WHAT PARTY” OPENS AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

KAWS: WHAT PARTY The Brooklyn Museum From February 26 - September 5th, 2021 As the first New York Institution to present a survey of contemporary artist KAWS's decades-long career, the Brooklyn Museum is presenting KAWS: WHAT PARTY sponsored by Dior from Feb. 26 to Sept. 5, 2021. Brian Donnelly, professionally known as KAWS, is set…

URBANGLASS PRESENTS AN ALL NEON EXHIBITION WITH “STIRRING GLOWS” ON VIEW THROUGH MARCH 3RD

Stirring Glows UrbanGlass Robert Lehman Gallery From January 20 - March 3rd, 2021 Closing night is glimmering upon the horizon for the Stirring Glows exhibit at Brooklyn's UrbanGlass as they prepare to end a nearly six-week-long run. Showing from Jan. 20 to March 3, the exhibit features an array of brightly colored neon artwork created…

WHAT WILL ART LOOK LIKE IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD?

Taking one step further into the future, Christie's Auction & Private Sales, or simply Christie's, is making history in the art world with a new unique piece. Everydays: The First 5,000 Days, is the first fully digital work of art to be put on sale by a major auction house. As Mickey Rapkin wrote for…

“GOYA’S GRAPHIC IMAGINATION” AN OVERVIEW OF PRINTMAKING BY THE SPANISH MASTER TO OPEN AT THE MET MUSEUM IN FEBRUARY

Goya's Graphic Imagination The Metropolitan Museum From February 12 - May 2nd, 2021 An exhibit of works by Francisco Goya, Goya's Graphic Imagination, is set to open at The MET Fifth Avenue this coming Friday, February 12th. The premier artist of Spain in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Francisco Goya produced roughly 900…

THERE’S STILL A LONG ROAD AHEAD FOR THE SMITHSONIAN’S TWO NEW MUSEUMS DEDICATED TO WOMEN AND LATINX

The two newest upcoming additions to the Smithsonian, The National Museum of the American Latino and the American Museum of Women’s History, will be fantastic strides in the soon-to-be Biden Administration’s slow but assuring work towards widespread cultural education and acceptance. In December 2020, Congress officially approved legislation that will create the two museums, backed…

THE ART WORLD IS NOT AS PREPARED AS IT SHOULD BE FOR BREXIT

The never-ending story of Brexit is seemingly hitting it’s next significant landmark. Four and a half years since Britain officially voted to leave the European Union in May of 2016, the two parties have reached an agreement, which was subsequently accepted by Parliament, regarding upcoming trade and travel guidelines. On Friday, January 1, 2021, these…

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM IS THE LATEST TO SELL ARTWORK IN ORDER TO STAY AFLOAT DURING THE PANDEMIC

Earlier this week, the Brooklyn Museum announced its plan to sell 12 historical paintings in order to pay for the maintenance of their full collection. The auctions will take place on October 1 and 15 at Christie’s, and includes lauded works by Courbet, Corot and Cranach, amongst others, with works ranging in estimated value from…

ART BASEL’S MIAMI BEACH SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19, WHILE NADA PLANS TO GO ON WITH A NEW FORMAT

After previously optimistic plans, coupled with the news of New York’s most prominent museums reopening, Art Basel has officially announced that their annual Miami Beach show has been cancelled. This comes somewhat recently following the organization’s arranging of the proper social distancing and quarantine regulations they would have needed to host the event. Art Basel,…

NEW MONUMENT UNVEILED IN CENTRAL PARK HONORS THREE WOMEN’S RIGHTS ACTIVISTS 100 YEARS AFTER THE 19TH AMENDMENT

On Wednesday, August 26, a brand new monument was unveiled in the Literacy Walk section of the Central Park Mall in New York City, depicting three major pioneers of the women’s rights movement — Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. The statue is the very first of its kind in the 167-year long history…

MAJOR MUSEUMS ARE OPENING THROUGHOUT NYC — HERE’S HOW THEY PLAN TO KEEP VISITORS SAFE

Following several false starts, art lovers can finally delight as many of New York City’s most prominent museums will be reopening in the coming weeks. On Friday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that starting August 24th, museums and other cultural institutions will be permitted to open to the public: https://twitter.com/NYGovCuomo/status/1294299267830611969?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1294299267830611969%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.lohud.com%2Fstory%2Fnews%2Fcoronavirus%2F2020%2F08%2F14%2Fny-allow-gyms-bowling-alleys-museums-open-what-know%2F3375518001%2F However, as New York City was…

THE HEALING POWER OF THE GIANTESS: AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST MEG LIONEL MURPHY

Artist Meg Lionel Murphy is constantly thinking about bodies: how they heal, how they’re affected by their environment, how they present themselves, how they become sites for violence and pain, how they assert power. Her paintings, which often revolve around giant female-presenting bodies, stand as colorful, maximalist tributes to embodiment and empowerment. Surrounded by flowers…

THE UNTITLED SPACE PRESENTS “THE LABYRINTH” INSTALLATION + EXHIBITION BY INDIRA CESARINE

THE LABYRINTH An Installation and Exhibition by Indira Cesarine ARTIST RECEPTION + PERFORMANCE Featuring Katherine Crockett Thursday, March 12, 6-9pm RSVP events@untitled-space.com THE UNTITLED SPACE 45 Lispenard Street, NYC 10013 EXHIBITION ON VIEW March 6 - April 11, 2020 The Untitled Space is pleased to present “THE LABYRINTH,” an installation and exhibition of works by…

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“REBELLIOUS BLACK GIRL” EXHIBIT BY NICHOLE WASHINGTON OPENS AT THE UNTITLED SPACE IN CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Tuesday, February 18th, The Untitled Space held the opening of Nichole Washington’s debut New York solo exhibit entitled “Rebellious Black Girl.”  Collectors, friends, and fans came out to celebrate with the artist, and were heavily engaged in her work, asking in-depth questions about her methods and inspirations, while enjoying tunes by her husband, DJ Nick…

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MISS MEATFACE CELEBRATES HER SOLO “PEEP SHOW” WITH A PERFORMANCE AT FLEUR DU MAL IN COLLAB WITH THE UNTITLED SPACE

Kat Toronto (aka Miss Meatface) "Peep Show" Fleur du Mal 175 Mott Street NYC December 11, 2019 - February 14, 2020 On Saturday February 8, The Untitled Space and Fleur Du Mal presented a special New York Fashion Week performance with artist Kat Toronto aka “Miss Meatface” in celebration of her exhibit “Peep Show” being…

THIS BRILLIANT ART EXHIBIT DECLARES WAR ON ANTI-ABORTION LAWS

Last year, Alabama passed the Human Life Protection Act, which bans abortions and criminalizes doctors who perform the procedure. A few weeks after, Georgia passed a law that prohibits abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which usually happens after 6 weeks of pregnancy (most women wouldn’t know they were pregnant yet). Legal abortion is…

YOU WILL NOW GET CARDED TO BUY ART IN THE U.K.

Buying art for the sake of art is an extreme sport, practiced infrequently. And while showing off a sculpture priced as much as a condo in New York isn’t a crime, doing it to conceal an illegal stash of cash is. However, transactions in the art trade aren’t regulated, making it difficult to spot the…

ART BASEL MIAMI | MIAMI ART WEEK 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

We've rounded up all the most talked about events from Art Basel Miami which ended Sunday, December 8th, 2019. Read on to get the full story behind the banana controversy, the opening of the new Rubell Familly Museum hosted by Vanity Fair, Dior's menswear 2020 debut, Lourdes Leon's performance for Desigual, the launch of Cipriani's…

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