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Сегодня в Эрмитаже состоится обсуждение книги Венсана Антонина Лепине “ART OF MEMORIES: CURATING AT THE HERMITAGE”.В книге профессор Лепине описывает практики музейного кураторства в Эрмитаже. Прямая трансляция - в 18.00 и будет доступна по ссылке -




Leading French auctioneer François Tajan dies, aged 57




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With his striking work currently displayed on a billboard overlooking LA, breakout artist Marcel Ceuppens is bringing back the beauty of mid-century modernism. Find out what he has to say about it in the interview below!



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Discover how Andy Warhol and Edvard Munch are surprisingly kindred spirits, by taking a close look at Warhol’s 'After Munch' series in our forthcoming Prints & Multiples sale.




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Elaine Kahn's new collection of unsparing love poems, ‘Romance or the End’, belongs in the heartbreak canon with Maggie Nelson and Anne Carson:




News | Sharon Corwin Named President and CEO of the Terra Foundation for American Art



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SPRING OFFER → FREE DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION! All individual print subscriptions taken out before 10 Mar will also receive a free digital subscription with full online and app access to the AM back catalogue of more than 400 issues going back to 1976.



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Interested in starting a whisky collection? Get top tips from our Spirits Specialist Jonny Fowle as he explains the things you need to consider, from age statement and rarity to storage and design. Watch in full here:



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Semperbau am Zwinger in Dresden reopens this week after €49m renovation



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To close out New York Fashion Week late last week, Hermès threw a glorious party at its soon-to-be new home at 706 Madison Avenue.



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A retrospective of work by is now open at . The exhibition reviews Mosset’s career over almost sixty years, from the early experiments of the 1960s to his monumental recent works:



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Opening today, the presents "Young Rembrandt". Beginning with his earliest known works, the exhibition examines the breadth of Rembrandt's transformations up until the height of his stardom. 27 Feb – 7 Jun 2020 | Image: © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford



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: Visit Gagosian, San Francisco, to see “Man Ray: The Mysteries of Château du Dé” before it closes this Saturday, February 29:




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👀 Your not ours… 📷 Salaciously surreal illustrations from French duo Mrzyk & Moriceau.

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News | Uffizi Gallery Committee Resigns Following Loan of Raphael Painting



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We are pleased to be featured by as part of Au milieu du monde #3. Across three different events, we will welcome an array of adventurous music in Nantes, France on April 25 featuring , , , and more.

Holly Herndon - Eternal (Official Video)

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A gorgeous "shot on iphone" video - A journey into the Valley of Fire - with music by ....

A journey into the Valley of Fire — Shot on iPhone

See how iPhone 11 Pro captured the otherworldly 4K video using the Ultra Wide camera in this deep dive into the Valley of Fire.

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How can AI advance art and music? & experiment with machine learning to create innovative sound. Catch their live performances at Algorithmic Art Assembly: 3/29: YACHT 4/2: Holly Herndon



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March art events and openings, plus the latest art jobs, competitions, residencies, grants, exhibitions and other artists’ opportunities – all in the new Art Monthly newsletter. → [image: Alvin Baltrop, ‘The Piers (man outside warehouse)’, c1975–86]




NEWS | As confirmed cases of Covid-19 continue to increase within Japan, and following prime minister Shinzo Abe’s speech on February 25 during which he escalated the urgency of the situation, museums across Japan responded by announcing closures:



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Hermione Hoby meets Lynda Benglis: 'We talk about pleasure, a notion art critics seem a little afraid of. ‘Everyday life gives me pleasure,’ she says, with a grin... It seems to me her work is full of one specific pleasure, that of viscosity.'


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Comment | 's demise could be symptomatic of the growing polarisation of the art market, says


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We saw three guys from England copying still lifes at the museum. We asked them why Vincent drew still lifes. Tristan said: ‘I think he painted the skeleton as it represented his mental health. I’m copying it to show how people and nature affect each other’.



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Découvrez la bande annonce d'Abou Leïla d'Amin Sidi-Boumedine, en salle le 8 avril en partenariat avec les Cahiers. avec

Abou Leïla d'Amin Sidi-Boumedine - Bande annonce

Abou Leïla d'Amin Sidi-Boumedine, sortie le 8 avril en partenariat avec les Cahiers

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has noticed a few snowflakes this morning! 🌧️❄️ Sadly not quite like this in London. Is it snowy where you are?

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В РХЦ "Старая Деревня" продолжаются лекции,посвященные археологическим собраниям. На третьей встрече Е.В. Долбунова расскажет о неолитическом памятнике Ракушечный Яр. 4 марта в 18:45. Место встречи: Лекторий РХЦ "Старая Деревня". Билеты можно приобрести прямо перед началом лекции


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Cambridge 8.39am 27 February 2020.



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Совсем скоро выставку «Матисс, Пикассо, Шагал…» посетит 55-тысячный посетитель. Кто приобретет счастливый билет на выставку - решится 28 февраля. А пока музей закрыт на ротацию сотрудники готовят подарок для долгожданного гостя!



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The clock is ticking. 🕰 Let the countdown begin! ⁣ This spring, The Costume Institute brings to life a disrupted timeline of 150 years of fashion. "About Time: Fashion and Duration" opens May 7. Learn more at . ⁣

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В Георгиевском зале Зимнего дворца проходит выставка «За службу и храбрость.К 250-летию ордена Святого Георгия»,на которой представлены иконы из собрания Эрмитажа,связанных с темой экспозиции.Рассказывает хранитель византийской коллекции Ю.А.Пятницкий:



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color of the day: Young Nudy inspired.




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News | Charles Hirschhorn Appointed President of Otis College of Art and Design



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How do you land the job of running one of the world's most influential galleries?




BLOG | “Encounter” is a biweekly project by ArtAsiaPacific’s designer, Tiffany Tam, in which she visually reinterprets the people and objects that she unexpectedly comes into contact with. Her latest entry is titled "Fireworks" (2020):

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The gallery-share model is finding life in Tokyo, with a new initiative that's bringing a slew of international dealers to Japan:


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Sometimes the most compelling artwork is also the one that pushes the boundaries. For our first catalog of 2020, we highlight new works by emerging artists that challenge the status quo.

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What type of art are you interested in? Alex: “When I’m not at the Getty, I'm doing personal research on Black representations in photographs & Black American photographers.” Some of his favorite photographers are Shikeith, Clifford Prince King, Dawoud Bey, & Liz Johnson Artur.

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What are you working on? Alex: “I’m currently working on preparing archival digitization efforts and finalizing video and ephemeral materials that will be a part of the the Blondell Cummings exhibition later this year.”

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Meet Alex, the AAAHI curatorial graduate intern. He's focused on research about potential acquisitions as well as Getty collections.

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Why did this job interest you? Simone: "The act of building a library collection contains an element of the speculative. I like to imagine possible future uses for the exciting resources that we are gathering and envision new modes of engaging communities in research at Getty."

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Curious about the books Simone has brought to the library? Here are 5 surprising additions:

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What are you currently working on? Simone: “I am passionately growing our collection of zines, chapbooks, and other small-run art publications. Historically, self-publishing has been a way for those of us in marginalized communities to take ownership of our own narratives.”

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Meet Simone, the bibliographer for AAAHI. She works to expand the Getty Library’s collection of print (books, magazines, zines, artist’s books, ephemera) and electronic resources to support research on African American art.

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Kristin hopes scholars, students, and artists use our archives and library holdings to develop exciting new research and programs. Ultimately, she is working to center African American art in a larger history.

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Why does AAAHI interest you? Kristin: "I hope the initiative will be a resource at all levels of study and exploration."

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How's research going? Kristin: "I've been speaking with the friends and colleagues of Cummings—this revealed an expanded network of experimental dance in New York." She’s even discovered a number of videos of Cummings’s performances that have never been exhibited before.

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What are you working on? Kristin: "I'm co-curating an exhibition opening later this year at Art+Practice." The exhibition is the first retrospective of the influential experimental dancer & choreographer Blondell Cummings, sparked by findings in our archival collections.

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Meet Kristin, the AAAHI research specialist. She’s working in archival research on curatorial and programing projects. What is she up to?

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She also oversees the AAAHI public programs and is one of the curators working on the initiative's first exhibition opening later this year. (More on that in this thread.)

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What are you currently working on? Rebecca: “One of my projects involves running our oral history program w/ . It’s a major part of the initiative, capturing the stories & voices of prominent African American artists.” Expect more on oral history project soon.

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How did you get involved? Rebecca: “I have a PhD in art history & African American studies, & I’ve worked at Getty for 13 years. Over that time I’ve been an active scholar focused on American art & representations of race & identity. When AAAHI came about, it was a natural fit.”

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Meet Rebecca. She co-leads AAAHI along with LeRonn. This means she jointly oversees the day-to-day activities of the multiple branches of the initiative, working most closely with exhibitions, public programs, research projects, and the oral history initiative.

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Who helps guide AAAHI? LeRonn: “Dr. Kellie Jones is a Getty scholar in residence, professor at Columbia University & MacArthur Fellow. She's also a senior advisor to AAAHI & helped shape it. She provides an insightful understanding of the field that we’re lucky to call upon.”

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What excited you about AAAHI? LeRonn: “Getty has the capacity to do things others can't. African American history is part of what it means to be American. African American experiences, and art, should have a firmer place in history. This was a such special opportunity for me."

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What interests you? LeRonn: "I'm interested in creating the context for the best scholarship of African American artists. I’m interested in protecting their histories & making sure they are preserved for future generations. Creating those generational links is important to me."

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What are you working on these days? LeRonn: “My focus is bringing new archival and primary materials to Getty. Working on the archives of Betye Saar, scholar Dr. Robert Farris Thompson, and the Johnson Publishing Company archive are current examples of that.”

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Meet LeRonn, the curator for the African American Art History Initiative. He’s responsible for bringing in new acquisitions to Getty to build our collections.

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The African American Art History Initiative aims to provide a more broad and more accurate history of American art, one that includes the contributions and cultural legacies of African American visual artists. Here is the team making it happen:

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To strengthen their grip on the moneyed tech sector, the organizers of a fair dedicated to digital art are expanding to Paris:



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More than 20 years after it was founded, and following several long delays in the opening of its renovated home in the former Fix brewery in Athens, EMST—National Museum of Contemporary Art welcomed its first visitors this week


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The Ahmanson Foundation, a longtime leading donor to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Lacma), is suspending gifts of art to the institution out of concern that a redesign of its campus could prevent many works from being exhibited



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Who's in and who's out: Here's the exhibitor list for 's 50-year anniversary edition!



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News | Barbara Steveni (1928–2020)



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The 's Leonardo da Vinci extravaganza brought in 1.1 million visitors, shattering previous attendance records:



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Standards, for Anthony Braxton, are not a way of proving himself as a “legitimate” jazz musician, but tools for responding to the history of the diverse musics grouped under the name jazz in ways that take it forward—and that even rewrite that history.




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Next month, we're presenting two lectures in celebration of ! The first of the two is now *sold out*. Tickets for the second talk, A Tale of Two Queens: Helen of Troy and Caterina of Venice, are still available. Get yours here:


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Encapsulating Yoshimoto Nara's career-long engagement with two important archetypes - the rebellious youth and the lonely child - the artist's captivating painting entitled 'Fire' is a highlight of next month's Contemporary Curated auction in New York.


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No sign of any health screening or advice at London City Airport. Not even a poster. I guess that means the government isn’t making any attempt at containment.

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News | Seattle Art Museum Curator Chiyo Ishikawa to Retire after Thirty Years




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And where else can you dance in a silent disco under a rocket...now that’s a wrap for tonight folks. Don’t forget to sign up to receive priority booking for March Lates!

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“Spend enough time with the works, and the heart softens towards these hard-edged forms.”


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The is slamming Amazon’s show about Nazi hunters for taking creative liberties with the Holocaust:


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Embroidery by Édouard Vuillard 1895-6 ().




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"Monkman's paintings offer both a revision of the past and a look into the future." — Plan your visit:



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See perform live at MoMA for on March 4 (plus DJ sets by , Hank, and !). Get your tickets before they sell out: 📸 Carlos Santolalla



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The scientific committee of the Galleria degli Uffizi has collectively resigned in protest over the museum’s decision to loan out a Raphael portrait—against their wishes:



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We stand with immigrant artists and against restrictive policies that negatively impact their livelihoods. Artists from countries targeted by the latest immigration ban speak out here via


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We’re even making watches! You can join International Watch Seminar to see a watchmaker at work and try your hand at becoming an artisan 🕰 (How many time/watch puns can you think of?)

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All eyes on the Momentary.



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: In 2016, performed an excerpt from “Connect Transfer“ in the iconic Guggenheim rotunda, illuminating the synergy between Shen Wei’s visual and choreographic creations.


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The complete lineup for the 49th annual New Directors/New Films has been announced! We'll see you March 25-April 5 at & . Explore:



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My report from this year's is in the latest edition of - out now.





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: Art Informel describes abstract works that are expressive & intuitive, like this earthy painting by Sandra Blow. The work beautifully evokes the courseness of wood, yet the softness of sea spray. See it .

An abstract painting using earthy colours


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Shirin Neshat traveled to one of America's poorest states to take portraits of its population in an age of polarization:



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We've partnered with Dream Hotels New York to introduce exciting new emerging artists to guests visiting from around the world. Most recently a collection of works by New York-based artists in 's public spaces.

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Discover three artworks by beloved American portraitist John Singer Sargent, now on public view in our York Avenue galleries and on offer in our American Art Online auction, open for bidding now through 5 March.




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News | Concerns over LACMA Redesign Prompts Major Donor to Suspend Acquisition Program


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Our brilliant Science City curator Alexandra Rose is also giving a fascinating tour of the gallery 😱 ()

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