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📆 Mark your calendars—this year’s festival is around the corner! Join us and our 5th Avenue neighbors on Tuesday June 9, for a jam-packed day of live and pre-recorded programs, virtual exhibition tours, musical performances, and activities.



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The 2020 Turner Prize will be divided evenly between selected artists instead of the usual four-artist podium with one winner.


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Pick of the Day: "American Impressionism and Realism: The Painting of Modern Life, 1885–1915" Explore two generations, and two movements, of American painting in this 1994 publication. Read it:

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goes digital tomorrow! 🎉📲 Learn more ⬇️

The 's all-day party for teens is going online this year. It's tomorrow, and it's free!


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The director of explains what the museum has learned from enforcing its own kind of social distancing for years.


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We are honored to present one of the most distinguished private collections of Surrealist and Modern Art from Latin America as a highlight of our marquee auctions of Impressionist & Modern and Contemporary Art this June in :




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We're live *right now* on our Instagram with ! Head over there to join the conversation.



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The billionaire art collector Yusaku Maezawa has responded to Japanese media reports accusing him of tax evasion.



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Don't miss Alexandra Munroe and Ai Weiwei in conversation on Instagram Live, tomorrow, May 29 at 11 am EDT:

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100% of the proceeds from these sales will benefit the COVID-19 humanitarian and human rights emergency efforts led by Human Rights Watch, Refugees International, and Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

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Launching today—“Ai Weiwei MASK” is an art project offering face coverings hand printed with iconic images of ’s lifelong campaign for free speech and individual rights, curated as an independent project by .

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"If FOUCAULT had survived AIDS & had stayed alive until the invention of effective antiretroviral therapy, he would be ninety-three years old today." Preciado


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The lyrics to “The Star-Spangled Banner” had a modest debut in a 19th-century newspaper — but they didn’t even make the front page. That first dated printing will be auctioned by Christie’s.


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Adam Lindemann Sues to Break Lease on Venus Over Manhattan Space in NY




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Happy hour starts in less than 30 minutes!


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“These artists wanted to reimagine the world.” Curator Inés Katzenstein introduces . In the postwar years, South American artists pushed the boundaries of art and looking. Explore our :

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We'll be live with on our Instagram in one hour! Follow us there to get reminded when we go live ➡️


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See inside the art-filled penthouse of the latest addition to NYC's Billionaire's Row, a 91-story residential tower said to be the thinnest building in the world:


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“It was a perfect day, not too hot. I have come to the conclusion that this part of Maggiore is the finest of all the Italian Lakes." ☀️ After an 1868 visit to Lago Maggiore in Italy, Sanford Robinson Gifford painted this sweeping sunset. Learn more:

A bright orange sunset casts its light across a mountainous lake scene.

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I had a great time chatting with and on their podcast. I believe there's a small paywall, but the whole series is great and it's nice to support innovative artists if you can in these crazy times.

In Interdependence 4 with , creative lead we discuss juggling perspectives as both a musician and research scientist, debates raised by OpenAI's Jukebox…
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"If you look closely at a rock, you can see the universe within it, and one of the best ways of looking closely at something is to paint it." – Nicolas Party Just released! Issue #152: Nicolas Party by Jonathan Lee ()


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We're getting ready for tonight's by exploring how Gego played with lines to create new forms in 3D. Revisit this video to see what can you use to make 3-D lines around you.

A hanging sculpture with a horizontal dowels creating the shape of a rectangle - the top dowel is blue and the bottom one is red.There are wires twisted around these dowels moving in and out of the space.

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: This tapestry depicts a shepherd and shepherdess relaxing and singing a flowering field. 🐑🌸 Look closely and you'll see the words to their song floating above their heads like word balloons in comic books. 💬 Learn more:


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Amongst the 20 set in HANDPICKED: 100 Works Selected by the Saatchi Gallery, work by Makiko Kudo, Nick Goss, Jansson Stegner & Peter Linde Busk all soared above estimate. Each piece reflected Saatchi Gallery’s role in supporting emerging artists.


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"What happens to my health insurance if my gallery furloughs me?" and other questions about employment in the COVID era, answered by lawyers:


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: “Instead of coming up with a different motif each time, I’d rather just have one motif and within that motif get experimental. But there are always exceptions to my rules.” —:

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: As one of the founding members of , Gagosian is pleased to present recent paintings by Ed Ruscha for the online initiative:




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Join us for a rum party at 5PM EST!




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Икона: Вознесение и сцены из жизни Христа Франция Пенико, Жан II (?), ок. 1515-ок. 1588 XVI в. или XIX в. Лимож медь, эмаль, дерево, ткань роспись полихромная с подложкой из фольги, золочение, контрэмаль…


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Agree? Disagree? Please don't come for us, we're just here to nerd out about art history.🙂 Full ranking justification here:

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10 Disney animated films ranked by our medievalists as most to least medieval: 1. Robin Hood 🥇 2. Sword in the Stone🥈 3. Sleeping Beauty 🥉 4. Brave 5. Hunchback of Notre Dame 6. Moana / Mulan tie 7. Emperor's New Groove 8. Aladdin 9. Black Cauldron 10. Snow White

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1. Robin Hood Medieval history, both real and legendary, all set to some catchy tunes—what more could you ask for? Robin Hood is one of the most enduring and famous figures from medieval English folklore. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰🏰🏰

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2. The Sword in the Stone Merlin references the London Times (founded 1785), saying it “won’t be out for another twelve hundred years.” Doing the math sets the film around 585. But the aesthetic evokes the High Middle Ages (about 1000–1300). Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰🏰1/2

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3. Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty is based on a tale that finds its early origins in a 14th-century romance text, filtered through the 17th-century French author Charles Perrault and, of course, the Brothers Grimm. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰🏰½

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4. Brave Runic inscriptions, petroglyphs, and a stonehenge connect this fantasy medieval world with art and architecture that one can still explore today in Scotland, England, and elsewhere. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰🏰

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5. The Hunchback of Notre Dame Set in late 15th-century Paris, there are plenty of medieval places, attitudes, and hierarchy. The Feast of Fools (January 6), around which the tale turns, was observed in France by people before the 16th century. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰½

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Also 6 (a tie!) Mulan The story of a girl who disguises herself as a soldier in her father’s stead can be read in the 31-couplet Ballad of Mulan. Given the brevity of the text, Disney took liberties to expand the content, veering into cultural parody. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰

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6. Moana An archaeological look at the film suggests a date range of 1000–1500, the period when Pacific voyagers began actively sailing to Central and Eastern Polynesia. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰🏰

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7. The Emperor's New Groove The Inca sovereign, but make him a llama. The Inca ruled the Andean world, which included parts of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Chile, from about the 1100s until the Spanish conquest of 1572. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰½

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8. Aladdin Set anywhere from the 4th to the 18th century, Disney’s culturally problematic retelling of a tale about a guy who gets the girl thanks to magical intervention. Overall ranking: 🏰🏰

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9. Black Cauldron Every character is somehow the worst character in this extremely bizarre attempt at medieval worlding. The story has plenty of medieval fantasy elements, but their combination is just so weird. Ranking: 🏰1/2

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10. Snow White A surprisingly dark (casual assassination attempt, anyone?) film that’s pretty true to the Brothers Grimm original, with misogyny straight out of 1937. Ranking: 🏰

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The Disney movie rankings are based on these 5 categories: 1. Historical references 2. Evidence of source material 3. References to art, architecture, and music from the period 4. Authentic costumes 5. Mythical or fantasy elements as seen in medieval stories and mythology

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Our resident medievalists and Disney fans watched 10 iconic Disney films and ranked them from least to most medieval, for...you know...science.

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Hal Foster on how Hans Ulrich Obrist and other super-curators transformed the paradigm of exhibition-making:




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Summertime... Ridley Howard, Blues Red Shape, 2020. Courtesy of Marinaro Gallery.


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'Art is the highest form of hope.' - Gerhard Richter ✨ Gerhard Richter, Oil Sketch No. 432/11 1977.

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Watch artist discuss the new series of watercolors he's been working on while in quarantine in Otis, Massachusetts.

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With the artist's star due to rise thanks to a traveling retrospective, the estate of Sophie Taeuber-Arp, a key member of the Dada movement, is now being represented by Hauser & Wirth



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28 мая 1740 года родился Федот Иванович Шубин, скульптор XVIII века, представитель сентиментализма. Бюст императрицы Екатерины II Россия, 1793 г. Императорский фарфоровый завод Автор модели: Рашетт, Жак-Доминик.…



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Watch a free digital screening of the 2016 documentary ‘Eva Hesse’, available from tomorrow until Sunday on . The film sheds light on Hesse’s far-reaching career in the 1960s and beyond, as a pioneer of post-minimalism. Learn more:



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European Union officials are urging the government’s executive branch to increase support for culture in its new €750 billion ($826 billion) recovery plan:


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“If there is anything salvageable in the older sense of the term ‘police,’ it lies in the concern for present and future threats to a common rather than individual well-being.” on the history of police power



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Acompaña a Inés Katzenstein y hoy 28 de mayo a las 8:00 p.m. EDT para una sesión de preguntas y respuestas en vivo y un recorrido virtual de la exposición : Journeys of Abstraction.




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Some unsuccessful endeavors are worth the insight they bring. The research during his 5 years of travel throughout Latin America revolutionized the study of nature—he proposed that the world was a living whole comprised of interconnections His 1813 book

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In 1802, German scientist-explorer Alexander von Humboldt climbed Chimborazo mountain in Ecuador. At 20,700 ft high, it was then believed to be the tallest mountain in the world. He was forced to give up at 19,350 ft due to tough terrain. He was less than a mile from the top.

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Listen to the latest Art Angle Podcast: The Rise and Fall of Anne Geddes, Queen of Baby Photography


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HANDPICKED: 100 Works Selected by the Saatchi Gallery totalled £493,250, with 20 artist records achieved. Maria Farrar’s record-breaking Baguette led the sale, realising £56,250 – with an estimate of £2,000-3,000.



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Nigel Cooke's exhibition “Midnights” is featured in 's “The Best Virtual Exhibitions to Explore from Home.”




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2020 Turner Prize Cancelled, Replaced with Artist Support Fund




The Weeknd's ‘After Hours’ drags the debris of pop behind it, spinning off into tangential storylines along the way.



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"MPA's Orbit can serve as a reminder to plan sustainable environments, set routines, and schedule moments for creative expression and emotional release to help deal with the isolation, boredom, and pitfalls of being stuck at home."—Kyle Freeman, asst. manager of visitor services




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Peggy Lee translates her interest in technology and human connectivity into rich webs of color, creating paintings that reflect the need for togetherness and equilibrium. [Stir XI by Peggy Lee]



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The Villain Gets the Win at ‘The Tick’ Auction as Lobstercules’ Costume, Head Snare $27,500


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An inside look at Portugal's dynamic contemporary art scene with :



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: The Met's Robert Goldwater Library has more than 20,000 books on the visual arts of sub-Saharan Africa, the Pacific Islands, and Native and Precolumbian America! 📚 Learn more about the history of this research library and its holdings. ⬇️


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Tomorrow night! Don't miss our Uniqlo Night In with intro from , poetry from & , music from , chats with Kara Walker & meditation with 🎶🧘 🔗: In partnership with

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in 1936, at just 24 years old, Alan Turing submitted his groundbreaking paper “On Computable Numbers” identifying “computable” numbers & how to carry out computations. Learn more about Turing's role in the invention of computers: 📸 SSPL


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Discover the amazing ways contemporary artists use the medium of watercolor to radically different effects on Artspace today!  ​


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A 20,000-square-foot mural by artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada will soon appear in the parking lot of the :



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I've written a bit about Jade's work in the new issue of and look there's an event tonight about access to art historical information and care of artists & objects, how about that.

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A remarkable gift from has resulted in 'Sur moderno,' a show of South American abstract and concrete art from the 40s-70s The catalogue is eye opening and indispensable.




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Tune in tonight, May 28, at 8:00 p.m. EDT for a live Q&A with curator Inés Katzenstein and Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, Senior Advisor to , about the exhibition:

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Discover the transformative power of abstraction in Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina, and Uruguay at midcentury, when artists reinvented the art object—and the role of art in society. Explore , our latest :

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Our Creating Space: Design Online sale explores how we use our homes as a place of shelter, rest, contemplation and beauty. This sale includes works by , and . Bidding runs through 2 June.


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The June newsletter lists online art resources as well as new art jobs, residencies, grants, exhibitions and other artists’ opportunities, plus podcasts and much more → [image: Marlie Mul, ‘This Exhibition is Cancelled’, 2017, GoMA, Glasgow]


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A bottle of Gautier Cognac 1762 - one of the world’s oldest surviving cognacs and the oldest vintage Cognac ever to be sold at auction - sells for £118,580.



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One in eight museums worldwide may never reopen, according to the international council of museums 😢


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Part 3 of Watches Weekly in Geneva is packed with rare and varied pieces. From iconic models including the Daytona from Rolex, the Nautilus and World Time from Patek Philippe, to Audemars Piguet, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Omega and Cartier. Open 'til 4 June!



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Daydreaming about the day I'll get to hear my coworker say "There are donuts in the break room!" again 😔 [🎨: Stewart, Julius Le Blanc, Portrait of Mrs. Francis Stanton Blake, 1908. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Houston, 1969.]


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Join our specialist Holly Braine to discover some of the works available for Private Sale from our Impressionist & Modern Art department, from Chagall and Matisse to Soutine and Bugatti. Watch full video here:

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For JUNE 2020 , I wrote How To Make Art In A Pandemic?—tackling ableism in the art world means dismantling its colonial structures and financial flows that endanger communities. Read here:

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How do you make art in a pandemic? 🤔 "...what constitutes 'art-making' contains innumerable different experiences [...] perhaps we can sense the possibility of it being decentralised and remade." Read more in the June 2020 issue of : 🎨



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Mercy Hospital: the drawings of Ida Applebroog



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Le 27 mai 2020, Saint-Pétersbourg fête son 317ème anniversaire🎉 Nous vous invitons à suivre une promenade virtuelle captivante à travers le "français" et à découvrir sous un autre angle de nombreux lieux de la capitale du Nord


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Artists underpin our £10bn art market. We're also relying on creative content more than ever to help us stay happy and well. We must pay artists for their time and work, or we put creativity and culture at risk.

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It is tempting, when looking at Georges Adéagbo’s work, to search for secret storylines, upending linkages, incisive commentaries.



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We would tend to agree with our pals (perfect song choice too) 🚂 Who else is trying our challenge today?

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We are honored to welcome the Estate of Sophie Taeuber-Arp to the gallery. One of the most important artists of the 20th-century avant-garde, Taeuber-Arp boldly engaged with modernism, defied categorization, and challenged hierarchies. Learn more.




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11.00-19.00 «Интермузей-2020». Эрмитажная Академия. Музеи и война. Секция «Работа музеев, находившихся в тылу».тВсе выступления транслируются в социальных сетях Эрмитажа


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I’ve been missing real life museums a lot... so I’ve made these outfits (based on explainer/volunteer uniforms for ) just so I can pretend I’m working when I walk around the museum in 🥺



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Israeli artist is known for her drawing talents. Now, she is lending them to our Stella x Life Drawing experience to capture supermodel . Join in at and share your art with .


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Researchers near the Italian city of Verona have discovered an almost perfectly preserved ancient Roman mosaic floor, dating to the third century AD:




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Month WTF? The latest in a series of notes on the self, written from ’s not-so-splendid isolation:


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: Gagosian is pleased to announce that its Geneva gallery with be reopening from tomorrow. An exhibition of new paintings by Olivier Mosset is currently on view, the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery:



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Artworld news roundup: algorithm to curate next Bucharest Biennale; Biennale of Sydney reopens; and more here:


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Волошин, Максимилиан Александрович. 1877-1932 Коктебельская бухта во время шторма Россия 1930 г. бумага, стекло акварель 28 мая 1877 года родился Максимилиан Александрович Волошин — русский и советский поэт,…





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Work of the Week: Susan Philipsz’s ‘Muffled Drums’ – the Turner Prize-winning sound-artist brings the beating heart of an Edgar Allan Poe nightmare into your own home




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Streaming in our , Shezad Dawood’s ‘Leviathan’ is set in the aftermath of a solar cataclysm that has wiped out a large part of the human population. Watch ’Episode 2: Yasmine‘ now:




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To mark , we explore how different materials have been used in menstrual care throughout history & what the future of sustainable periods might look like. Read more:


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Join in our x Life Drawing with supermodel : Share your art with by Friday and we will curate our favourites. Music by Dad, .

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Steve Bannon’s far-right Judeo-Christian organization has won the latest legal battle in its quest to establish a school at an 800-year-old mountaintop monastery in Italy.



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Today's challenge from is ! Experiment with sound by making your own speaker out of objects you have at home 🔊

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Find highlight objects and science and conservation stories from the Albukhary Foundation Gallery of the Islamic world here:

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Made in Iran in the 19th century, this wrestler’s armband (bazuband) is set with 15 amulets. Each is inscribed with verses from the Qur'an, including ‘help from God and a speedy victory’💪

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NEWS | A private, nonprofit contemporary art museum, dubbed , will open tomorrow in . Spear-headed by millennials and , the 2,400-square-meter museum is also launching its own . Link:




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The Argument ⁠⠀ A free weekly newsletter on the stories shaping art today. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Sign-up now.


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The latest edition of ‘Subject, Object, Verb’, our podcast hosted by Ross Simonini, features music from Farah Al Qasimi, Patrick Langley on telephone art, a performance by Angharad Williams, and painter Josh Smith on the art of self-isolation. Listen now:




Support independent publishing! Get a hard copy direct from Art Monthly: Or get instant access to the digital edition, and 40 years of back issues, with an online subscription for less than £3/month: [4/4]

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Paul Carey-Kent on Glasgow International 2020 David Briers on Alexander Rishaug’s new sound work Stephanie Bailey on access and accessibility in art Khairani Barokka on ableism in art Glen Helfand’s letter from San Francisco Henry Lydiate on art law in lockdown [3/4]

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Laura Moreton-Griffiths on studio evictions Mark Prince on Barbara Bloom John D Millar on Olivia Laing & Paul B Preciado books Dan Ward on Artists’ Moving Image in Britain Since 1989 Colin Perry on Video/Art: The First 50 Years Deke Dusinberre on time in moving-image art [2/4]

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Art Monthly June Fiona Banner artwork Clemens von Wedemeyer interview by Chris McCormack Morgan Quaintance rethinks art online Lauren Velvick on artists’ strategies of care Chris Townsend on artists and poets Michael Hanna profile by Maeve Connolly [1/4]

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House & Garden magazine selects its favourite lots on offer in The Collector online, bidding open until 1 June


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Mercy Hospital: the drawings of Ida Applebroog


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'I have to stay at home' is peppered with petite works by the giants of the art world, including 'Catechol' from 's spot series. Each spot measures just 3mm in size - the smallest spot painting ever to come to auction:


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 1936 Alan Turing submitted On Computable Numbers for publication 💻 It became one of the founding documents of computer science 💻💻 Find out about his legacy and his work in Manchester here:




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NEWS | , titled "Words at an Exhibition — an exhibition in ten chapters and five poems,” will open in September as planned, featuring , , and , among others:


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It's truly an honour to be shortlisted for this prize, amongst such beautiful work.

📣💫 The White Review's 2020 Short Story Prize shortlist, unveiled! You can access all the stories here: . Many thanks to all our entrants (over 600!), and big…


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Обращение посла Италии в России Паскуале Терраччано

Обращение посла Италии в России Паскуале Терраччано

Посол Италии в России Паскуале Терраччано выступил с обращением по поводу запуска проекта "Италия - Эрмитажу"

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Генеральный директор Государственного Эрмитажа Михаил Пиотровский и посол Италии в России Паскуале Терраччано в своих обращениях высоко оценили значимость этого проекта. Обращение М.Б.Пиотровского

Обращение генерального директора Эрмитажа Михаила Пиотровского

Италия – Эрмитажу 25 марта 2020 года, в день рождения Венеции, Эрмитаж запустил цикл онлайн-экскурсий на итальянском языке «Эрмитаж – Италии». Таким...

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Точные даты выхода экскурсий будут опубликованы в социальных сетях Эрмитажа, следите за обновлениями!

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Экскурсии будут проходить на YouTube-каналах музеев в начале июня.Эту инициативу Центра«Эрмитаж-Италия»поддержали Итальянский институт культуры в Петербурге,посольство Италии в России,Министерство культуры Италии и лично министр Дарио Франческини.

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Фонд Городских музеев Венеции, Национальная галерея Умбрии (Перуджа) и Национальный археологический музей Неаполя совместно с Университетом Востока. Проект «Италия – Эрмитажу» – это дань уважения и благодарность петербургскому музею и способ выразить поддержку жителям России.

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27 мая, в день рождения Санкт-Петербурга, итальянские коллеги анонсируют старт серии онлайн-экскурсий на русском языке «Италия – Эрмитажу». В проекте участвуют три крупных музея, которые представляют север, центральную часть и юг Италии

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25 марта 2020 года, в день рождения Венеции, Эрмитаж запустил цикл онлайн-экскурсий на итальянском языке «Эрмитаж – Италии». Таким образом музей выразил поддержку жителям Италии, которые приняли на себя один из самых сильных ударов эпидемии коронавируса.

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Трансляция обсуждений, которые пройдут с 27 по 30 мая, будет вестись на страницах Эрмитажа в социальных сетях. В прямом эфире вы сегодня увидите: 11.00-19.00 «Интермузей-2020». Эрмитажная Академия. Музеи и война. Секция «Работа музеев, находившихся в тылу»

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Продолжает свою работу XXII Международный фестиваль музеев «Интермузей»,который проходит с 27 по 29 мая–впервые в цифровом формате. В работе виртуального стенда Эрмитажа принимают участие более семидесяти музеев, которые подготовили свои выступления в рамках темы "Музеи и Война"

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color of the day: George Floyd inspired.


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A pair of NGC-certified Double Eagles from 1907 (one a Liberty Head and the other a Saint-Gaudens) are among the highlights of a sale next month. Learn more: ...


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Feel the summer vibe! Contemporary Showcase: Summer Lovin’ is an online auction showcasing a variety of animated canvas works, screen prints, and special toys by highly sought-after artists such as , , and :


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Dreams have long opened up creative landscapes for artists, from Bernini's iconic biblical representations to Dalí's surreal fantasies. Rie Kono's dreamscapes continue the tradition. [Whens Dream Whos Dream by Rie Kono]



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To get a sense of the scope of the challenges facing individual institutions as they plan to reopen post-lockdown, we caught up with the directors of , , and .




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Ophelia Lai reviews 's online program "(Home)sickness," presenting -based artist 's videos on alienation, urban monotony, and late :



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Some of the grandest rooms in the history of British architecture are housed at The Met. But why exactly are they here at all? 🤔 Explore the stories behind these rooms and more on our Primer. ⬇️


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Why YBA artist Marc Quinn is turning screenshots of coronavirus news coverage into gigantic works of art:



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Thank you to and for your generous donation of art materials and curriculum! @


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President Donald Trump went golfing at his course in Virginia to celebrate Memorial Day weekend—and it prompted a fury of artistic responses.


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Pick of the Day: "American Quilts and Coverlets in The Metropolitan Museum of Art" Wrap yourself up in this 1990 publication dedicated to the rarely seen American quilt and coverlet collection at . Read it:

Detail from a page of "American Quilts and Coverlets in The Metropolitan Museum of Art" showing a multicolored quilt.


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