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This work by Glenn Ligon takes its text from signs carried by striking black sanitation workers in Memphis in 1968. The slogan was a way of protesting that they were equal to their white counterparts, who were paid more for doing the same job.

This artwork is titled Condition Report by Glenn Ligon. Two framed prints side by side that read 'I am a man' with the am underlined. One is annotated and one isn't.

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Unbelievable new issue of Cahiers du Cinéma. The long interview with Godard is accompanied by recent photos he's taken on his iPhone, and has manipulated. The working title of his next film (with images from the scenario) is SCÉNARIO.


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Top five this week | Art world condemns Ali Gureli's political comments and say it could affect art fair's future ability to sign up foreign exhibitors



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Join us today to celebrate the ! Admission is free from 10:00 am–5:30 pm. Be among the first to immerse yourself in our new galleries and spaces. Thanks to , opening partner and sponsor of "Surrounds: 11 Installations," now on view:



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‘Tyson / Monet: The Matter of Painting’ opens soon in Paris at Musée Marmotten Monet. The exhibition forms a dialogue between ground-breaking paintings by Keith Tyson and Monet, which share an exploration of science and painting traditions. Learn more



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The newly-renovated and expanded will re-open on October 21. Here are four key takeaways from 's first visit:




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‘The characters in Roxy Lee’s photographs are irreverent, hedonistic and politically-charged.’ In pictures: London’s queer nightlife



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Top five this week | Street artist's Gross Domestic Product merchandise store opens online, but collectors are being heavily vetted to prevent flipping



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25 октября в 18:00 мы отправимся в виртуальный гастрономический тур по залу искусства Голландии XVII века. Наши эксперты: известный петербургский отельер Юнис Теймурханлы и искусствовед, сотрудник Государственного Эрмитажа Людмила Фролова



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Who were the Bentvueghels? Specialist John Hawley on the rowdy, Rome-based group of Dutch and Flemish artists, some of whose works are offered in as part of Classic Week



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"We are art soldiers." Watch South African artist Robin Rhode and his mural crew go to work on the streets of Johannesburg:


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All the fun of the fair - Yayoi Kusama’s gigantic inflatable pumpkin taken down while VIPs dodge candy floss floaters.


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From Charleston to Villa Cerruti: why is the house museum flourishing?



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Друзья! Выставка ВОСПОМИНАНИЯ ОБ ИТАЛИИ работает последний день. @ Государственный Эрмитаж. The State Hermitage museum. Official page.



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The scroll can only be displayed for a few weeks a year for conservation reasons – see it while it’s part of our free display until 24 November, shown alongside other beautiful examples of Chinese painting:

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Over three metres long, the Admonitions Scroll was made in China in the 5th to 7th century AD. The painting illustrates a poetic text – this scene shows two palace guards and Lady Feng protecting Emperor Yuan of Han from a bear

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If you haven't had the chance to tune in to our new radio series The with , catch up here 🎧👉 Through beautiful objects, paintings, photography & film, discover the relationship between art & science over the past 250 years.


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‘Painting is an individual thing. Each of us sees nature through different eyes.’ What the art world can learn from Bob Ross



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Сегодня,20 октября-последний день работы выставки «Мечты об Италии.Коллекция маркиза Кампаны».


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Happy Birthday to Christopher Wren, born on 1632! 🎈 In 1689, William & Mary purchased Nottingham House, a Jacobean mansion built in c.1605. They instructed Wren, Surveyor of the King's Works from 1669 to 1718, to improve the house, transforming it into .

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It looks like Brexit delay fury took up so much space there wasn’t room for the story. Which is a non-story anyway, but an amusing irony for this remoaner. There’s always next weekend!

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color of the day: Frank Ocean inspired.



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Don’t be surprised if you spot a line snaking around the block in Chelsea next month, because Yayoi Kusama is staging another show at .


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is back and it’s bigger than ever—and everyone has an opinion on it. The artnet News team rounds up the biggest first impressions from the new MoMA, from standout artworks to radical curatorial concepts:


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We are currently experiencing technical difficulties and all affected auctions will be extended. During this time, we are unable to respond to emails. Thank you for your patience.



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Such an important point made! 'Only the Important People Get to See It, and That's a Problem': Tai Shani on the Inaccessibility of Performance Art from



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Hollywood exec files $10-million lawsuit over Rothko forgery:



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Reading the Herculaneum Papyri: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Hear from experts about the challenges of unraveling and reading hundreds of carbonized papyri scrolls buried by the eruption of Mt. Ves...

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The Story of artnet, Part 3: How Hans Neuendorf cornered the Market on Baselitz and Picabia, and started a lucrative art fund.


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Paris is quickly becoming the most important city in Europe for the art trade. Here's why:



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Two fraudulent art investment companies that scammed backers out of $1.3 million have been shut down:



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Originally from Chengdu, China, Wushuang Tong is an interdisciplinary artist who creates paintings, sculptures, and ceramic pieces inspired by literature and music. Recently featured in , explore her full portfolio:



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The dos and don’ts of artist residencies:


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Celebrate 60 years of radical art and architecture through October 21 with savings at the ! Take 15% off on orders $75 and up by entering promo code SPRIAL15 at checkout. Shop now:

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To all you yarn-lovers on , we invite you to cozy up and unwind with the latest blog post from the Watson Library all about knitting! 🧤 🍂 Read it here:



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After two decades at Russia’s helm, Vladimir Putin’s impassive face has often come to his aid on hearing unusual renditions of the country’s national anthem. However, the version he heard this week in Saudi Arabia, might have been the most bizarre yet

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's exhibition Pre-Raphaelite Sisters is now open! Here is 's review of the show:


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What do art objects tell us about who we are? Photographer Sara Cwynar () concludes her commissioned series “Modern Art in Your Life.” See the full series work:

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Ruby City, a jewel-box museum dedicated to the collection of the late San Antonio heiress Linda Pace, sparkles with personality:



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Йорданс, Якоб. 1593-1678 Три этюда детской головки Фландрия, между 1618 и 1620 Относятся к группе близких по характеру живописи и технике исполнения этюдов Йорданса с изображением голов натурщиков в различных…


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Megan Rooney’s work insists on the apprehension of the world through the faulty apparatus of the body: its slapstick slips and spills, the limits imposed by subjective perception, the gaps in memory.


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One week from today! ✨Join us Saturday, October 26 to explore how artists get inspired and express themselves through movement at our World Culture Festival: Dance! Enjoy free performances, gallery activities, and more for all ages! Learn more:




Superemly...cool. Supreme X Stern | Pinball Machine, 2018 Full size arcade quality pinball machine, produced by Stern Pin Ball, Chicago November 4th Urban Art Signature Sale, No. 5461

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A newly discovered portrait by Nigerian star Ben Enwonwu sold for nearly eight times its estimate at London:


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“The additional resources that will be required in the wake of Brexit will mean fewer and less ambitious exhibitions for the UK public.” Alexander Sturgis, the director of the Ashmolean Museum of Art.



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“As a photojournalist, I have occasionally done stories that have seriously altered human lives...I often wonder if it might not have been wiser to have left those lives untouched" —Gordon Parks reviews "Gordon Parks: The Flávio Story":



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Join contemporary photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier tomorrow for an inspiring talk about how she uses photography to fight injustice, including gender inequality, poverty, healthcare access, and environmental contamination.



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‘The new building reflects a Manhattan-style hard-edge realism, itself a Modernist impulse to constantly strive for newness’. on the new MoMA


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$22-million Nicolas de Staël painting breaks auction record at Christie’s in Paris:



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: Don't miss Gagosian’s presentation “Artists on the French Riviera,” at 2019 before it closes tomorrow! The booth explores twentieth-century artistic life on the Côte d’Azur:



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The art world mourns Stefan Edlis, the man who went from refugee to eminent art collector and museum patron:



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A major exhibition of work by is now open at Modern in London! __________

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Brexit will have an immediate and very detrimental impact on art history. After 31 Oct, no more protection for putting old 'orphan' photos of artworks online.



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From Kara Walker to Louise Bourgeois: New York subway redrawn for ‘City of Women’



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Росмеслер, Иоганн Адольф. 1770-1821 Историческая сцена: принцесса Мария Тереза, дочка Людовика XVI в тюрьме. Западная Европа конец XVIII - начало XIX вв. бумага офорт Мария Тереза Шарлотта Французская (фр.…


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In the forthcoming series, you'll be able to see if I'm right about pictures potentially by Pompeo Batoni, Thomas Gainsborough, Jan Brueghel the Elder, and Botticelli.

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It's true that our potential Rembrandt was deemed only to be from his studio. But as I said in my statement, the programme would be very boring if my initial hunches were always right. >

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Tate's staff & volunteers are celebrating by sharing their personal responses to artworks at Tate Modern & Tate Britain. Join one of our free Ten Minute Talks on BAME art & artists led by Tate staff & volunteers

Artwork by Yinka Shonibare CBE: a colourful wall of thousands of books.

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I somehow doubt it will focus on our attributions which have been more broadly welcomed by art historians: Jacob Jordaens, Peter Brueghel the Younger, Allan Ramsay, Claude Lorrain, Joseph Wright of Derby, Peter Lely, Mary Beale, Anthonis Mor, Johan Zoffany, and Titian. >

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All of this is rather different from suggesting the pictures are 'fakes', which, in art historical terms, means something else. But we'll see what the article says. >

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The Brooklyn Museum is selling a rare Francis Bacon "Pope Painting" at to raise money for other acquisitions. See it here:


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But one Rubens scholar subsequently wrote (many months ago) to the Magazine to disagree. And this has been picked up on by the MoS. (The same scholar, incidentally, doesn't believe that this is by Van Dyck.) >

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Ризенер, Анри-Франсуа. 1767-1828 Портрет Софьи Петровны Апраксиной Франция, 1818/1819 гг. Riesener, Henri-François. 1767-1828 Portrait of Sofia Apraxina France, 1818/1819 Анри−Франсуа Ризенер (фр.…


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The second picture was the Rubens from series 2, of the Duke of Buckingham. This picture has enjoyed tremendous support from art historians, and was described in a Burlington Magazine editorial as 'indubitably' by Rubens. Which it really is. >

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The first was the Haddo Madonna from series 1. We said this might be by Raphael, but further research would need to be done. It eventually was, and as you'll remember - and as The Times reported in August - the consensus now is that it probably isn't. >

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So an enquiry comes in from a freelancer writing for the Mail on Sunday, apparently suggesting we've had two 'fakes' on ! >

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I keep telling you, don't come to me for political predictions.

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Rising Star Maia Regis's humorous and whimsical paintings respond to the emotional and physical complexities of life. ___ Discover Maia and 30 more emerging art visionaries from : Class of 2019. ["Run Devil Run" by Maia Regis]



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‘Although fiercely loyal to the western part of the country where she lives, the newly-minted Nobel laureate frequently causes controversy in the Polish media’. writes a profile of Nobel laureate Olga Tokarczuk


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Organic food isn’t a matter of class but a matter of culture



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In loving memory of beloved artist and friend Ed Clark, 1926 - 2019.


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Discover our guide about Street Art from Christie’s specialists and view some of their notable works on preview for our Prints & Multiples Sale! Our galleries are open today and tomorrow between 10am – 5pm.




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Picks | Sadia Shirazi on Constantina Zavitsanos at Participant Inc, New York


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An exclusive online preview of the 20th edition of :



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Свершилось! Сегодня была распакована картина Анри Матисса «Портрет Л.Н.Делекторской» Работу можно будет увидеть в Казанском Кремле с 25 октября.



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'The show presents a revisionist, feminist history of the group that could not be more timely. “The models, artists, and what we would call back-room girls—the office and studio managers—and wives were all part of the creative process.”' (via )



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“The movie depicts an intergenerational dynamic that might take place almost anywhere in human history, that of middle age in a position of entrenched power pitched against youth that has as yet achieved none.” on “The Lighthouse”



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‘Slowly, the world is starting to see the same humanity in them, and people like them, as did Carmi.’ In pictures: the intimate lives of Genoa’s 1960s trans community


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Rise and shine! ☀️ The golden morning light bathes this landscape of people singing and dancing with ruins in the background. This painting was composed from memories and drawings of Camille Corot’s travels in Italy.


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Follow along this week on Instagram as we share works inspired by 's design in celebration of the 60th anniversary on October 21! Today’s artist is Christine Rai ().


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Banksy launches online store where, if you’re lucky, you can buy affordable editions:



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Next week, the Musée du Louvre will open its doors to one of the most anticipated exhibition of the year. The curators of the new Leonardo da Vinci show told us more:



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The grand, gleaming architectural and curatorial complex that is the new MoMA is the work of hundreds of specialists, patrons, designers, and other visionaries. But it is above all the towering achievement of one person: MoMA director Glenn Lowry.


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The similarity between these paintings? Jan Toorop got to know the work of Millet ‘through the eyes of Van Gogh’. The position of this peasant is very similar to Millet’s Vineyard Labourer Resting, but the brushstroke is clearly inspired by Vincent.



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Three exhibitions to see in New York: Roy DeCarava , the Socrates Annual and Lily van de Stokker



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"…metaphors, metonyms, and allegories have become scalable political technologies obfuscating, undermining, and instrumentalizing the realities they represent." Engrossed by 's inquisitive new take on poetry & propaganda in the political present

An graphic, produced by Metahaven, that advertises the text. There is a bright yellow background, with an animated image of a cloud on it. Upon it is the text "Sleep Walks the Street: Metaphor as Interface. Part 1."

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Agnes Denes’s manhattan wheatfield has only grown more poignant: