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Marlborough Presents “Nightlife” Photography Exhibition Opening March 7th

Irving Penn, Girl Behind Bottle (Jean Patchett), New York, 1949, 1978, platinum-palladium print mounted on aluminum, ed. of 33, 19 × 173/4 in. / 48.3 × 45.1 cm © The Irving Penn Foundation Nightlife Photography by Berenice Abbott, Brassaï, Bill…

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Inaugural Open House Miami Festival Kicks Off This Week, Bringing Two Full Days of Exploration, Connection and Celebration of this Vibrant City

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Inaugural Open House Miami Festival Kicks Off This Week, Bringing Two Full Days of Exploration, Connection and Celebration of this Vibrant City Photos: Courtesy of The Miami Center for Architecture and Design Miami, FL (February 26, 2024)…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Spring 2024 Programming at The 8th Floor

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Spring 2024 Programming at The 8th Floor Film still courtesy of Krista Gay.   New York, NY – February 15, 2024 – The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to announce its spring 2024…

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Marlborough Presents “Teruko Yokoi” Opening March 7th

Shizen – Natur, 1960. Oil on canvas. 57⅛ × 44⅝ in. / 145.1 × 13.3 cm Teruko Yokoi March 7 – April 20, 2024 Floor 1 Opening reception: Thursday, March 7, 2024, from 6pm until 8pm Marlborough New York is…

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Marlborough New York Presents “Marcel Alcalá: Gallo Gallina” Opening March 7th

Their Coronation, 2023; Oil on canvas; 38 x 48 in. / 96.5 x 121.9 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery, Los Angeles. Marcel Alcalá Gallo Gallina March 7 – April 20, 2024 Floor 2 Opening reception: Thursday, March 7, 2024,…

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Registration Now Open for Exclusive Events at Inaugural Open House Miami 2024, March 1 & 2

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Registration Now Open for Exclusive Events at Inaugural Open House Miami 2024, March 1 & 2 The free festival allows the public to explore more than 50 culturally, historically and architecturally significant sites around the city Photos:…

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Announces Courtney J. Martin as New Executive Director

ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES COURTNEY J. MARTIN AS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR   New York, NY – February 8, 2024 – The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation announced today that Courtney J. Martin has been appointed as its new Executive Director. Martin is currently…

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Adjoa Jones de Almeida Announced as Inaugural Executive Director of Forman Arts Initiative

ADJOA JONES DE ALMEIDA NAMED INAUGURAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FORMAN ARTS INITIATIVE Photo Credit: Danny Perez   Philadelphia, PA, February 8, 2024 — Forman Arts Initiative (FAI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Adjoa Jones de Almeida as its inaugural Executive Director….

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Announcing the Launch of Trellis Art Fund

ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF TRELLIS ART FUND NEW PHILANTHROPIC FOUNDATION TO AWARD UNRESTRICTED GRANTS TO TWELVE ARTISTS ANNUALLY New York, NY [February 6, 2024] – Trellis Art Fund is a newly established private foundation committed to supporting the work of individual artists via grants and professional development. Based in New York City and targeting…

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Debbi Kenote and Mark Sengbusch – Cross Cut at Cristin Tierney Gallery March 8 – April 20, 2024

Debbi Kenote and Mark Sengbusch Cross Cut March 8 – April 20, 2024 Opening Reception: Friday, March 8, 6:00 to 8:00 pm 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002 Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Cross Cut, an exhibition of…

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March 7th | Estúdio Campana Presents: “On the Road” at Friedman Benda

“We learn from the materials; they tell us what forms they should take.”  – Estúdio Campana  Opening Reception: March 7, 6-8pm   New York (January 24th, 2024) – Friedman Benda is pleased to announce  On the Road, a new exhibition by…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Announces Completion Of Gallery 64 In Washington, D.C.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Beyer Blinder Belle Announces Completion of Gallery 64 in Washington, D.C. Photos: Joseph Romeo WASHINGTON, DC (January 24, 2024) – Beyer Blinder Belle has announced the completion of Gallery 64, a LEED Platinum-certified, 12-story residential building that…

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Blue Medium Newsletter: Winter/Spring 2024

01/ OPENING REFLECTIONS “Let’s catch up in the New Year” Welcome to 2024 and the new Blue Medium newsletter. It’s winter in New York. Post-holidays, the City’s draw wanes for some. Wind picks up, blowing us along avenues like cotton…

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Marlborough New York Presents “Michele Oka Doner: The Book of Enchantment” – Opening January 23

Nexus, 2019 monoprint 857/8 × 611/8 in. / 218.1 × 155.3 cm Michele Oka Doner The Book of Enchantment January 23, 2023 — March 2, 2024 Floor 1 Marlborough is delighted to present a solo exhibition of the renowned interdisciplinary artist,…

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Marlborough New York Presents Mickey Aloisio: “You Go Ahead—I’ll Watch” – Opening January 23

Untitled (Cinnamon Roll Basket), 2022 archival pigment print, ed. of 3 + 2 AP 24 × 36 in. / 61 × 91.4 cm Mickey Aloisio: You Go Ahead—I’ll Watch January 23 — March 2, 2024 Floor 3 Marlborough is delighted to…

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Marlborough New York Presents Matthew Schreiber: “Possession: Experiments and Holography” – Opening January 23

Cassadaga, Vortex #5 , 2011 silver halide reflection hologram on glass 12 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 1 1/2 in. / 31.8 x 41.9 x 3.8 cm Matthew Schreiber: Possession: Experiments and Holography January 23, 2023 — March 2, 2024 Floor…

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RISD MUSEUM ANNOUNCES NANCY ELIZABETH PROPHET: I WILL NOT BEND AN INCH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE       Left to right: Discontent, 1920s. Gift of Miss Eleanor Green and Miss Ellen D. Sharpe. RISD Museum, Providence, RI.; Nancy Elizabeth Prophet Collection, James P. Adams Library, Rhode Island College; Walk Among the Lilies, ca. 1931-1932. Helen M….

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Friedman Benda Opening Reception: The New Transcendence Curated By Glenn Adamson | Jan 11, 6-8 PM

New York – The New Transcendence, the last in a series of three pace-setting exhibitions curated by Glenn Adamson for Friedman Benda, will explore  the place of the spiritual in contemporary design today. The works on view are infused with profound significance,…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum presents Risa Puno: Group Hug – March 1, 2024

The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Risa Puno: Group Hug March 1–July 21, 2024 Press Preview: Thursday, February 29, 11:00 am (pre-registration required) Risa Puno, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Group Hug, 2024. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño….

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Miami, Unlocked: The City Gets Ready to Host Open House Worldwide for the First Time in March 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Miami, Unlocked: The City Gets Ready to Host Open House Worldwide for the First Time in March 2024 The inaugural edition of OHMIA to delve into themes like Sacred Spaces, Culture, Resilience, Building Miami, Sports, Glamour & Grandeur,…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Expands in Florida with New Miami Office Location

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BEYER BLINDER BELLE EXPANDS IN FLORIDA WITH NEW MIAMI OFFICE LOCATION Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Miami, FL MIAMI, FL – December 18, 2023 – Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners (BBB), an internationally acclaimed architecture, planning, and design firm, is excited to announce its…

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Christina Pettersson and Carlos Betancourt Win 2023 No Vacancy Awards, Miami Beach

Christina Pettersson Wins $25,000 Juried Prize for  2023 No Vacancy, Miami Beach Carlos Betancourt Wins $10,000 GMCVB’s People’s Choice Award The Garden of Evil, Christina Pettersson. Installed in the Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club. Image credit: Zaire Aranguren.  Miami Beach,…

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Reality Reframed: Recent Works by Todd Gray at The 8th Floor – Opening Feb 22

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION AT THE 8TH FLOOR ANNOUNCES Reality Reframed: Recent Works by Todd Gray Curated by Anjuli Nanda and George Bolster Todd Gray, the hidden order of the whole, 2021. Five archival pigment prints in artists frames,…

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Friedman Benda Presents: The New Transcendence Curated By Glenn Adamson Jan 11-Feb 24

Samuel Ross, Optimistic uncertainties solicit integration (Material Articulation), 2021   New York (December 11, 2023) – The New Transcendence, the last in a series of three pace-setting exhibitions curated by Glenn Adamson for Friedman Benda, will explore  the place of the…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Anneke Eussen, It’s Alright as 2023 Legacy Purchase Program Selection

City of Miami Beach, 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139, www.miamibeachfl.gov OFFICE OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS, Tel: 305.673.7575                           Press Release Melissa Berthier, Email: melissaberthier@miamibeachfl.gov Matt…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Finalists for 2023 Legacy Purchase Program at Art Basel Miami Beach

City of Miami Beach, 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139, www.miamibeachfl.gov OFFICE OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS, Tel: 305.673.7575                               Press Release Melissa Berthier, Email: melissaberthier@miamibeachfl.gov Matt Kenny,…

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Announces Call for Works for the Rauschenberg Catalogue Raisonné

Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Announces Call for Works for the Rauschenberg Catalogue Raisonné Robert Rauschenberg, Postcard Self-Portrait, Black Mountain (II), 1952. Gelatin silver print.  © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation   New York, NY – December 4, 2023 – As part of their…

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Miami Beach Gets $334.9M Boost from Art and Culture Events

City of Miami Beach, 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139, www.miamibeachfl.gov Miami Beach Gets $334.9M Boost from Art and Culture Events — A new report finds the economic impact of nonprofit art and cultural organizations in the city has more…

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Elects James Keith Brown to Board of Directors 

Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Elects James Keith Brown to Board of Directors  New York, NY – November 30, 2023 – The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is pleased to announce that James Keith Brown has been elected to its Board of Directors.  “The…

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WholeTrees Structures and KPFF Wins NCSEA “Outstanding Structure of the Year”

Engineering Firm KPFF, in Partnership with WholeTrees Structures, wins NCSEA “Outstanding Structure of the Year” Structural Engineering Excellence Award for innovative 2-story Children’s Museum of Eau Claire The award recognizes innovation, creativity, and engineering achievement in the structural engineering profession…

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Wendover Housing Partners And Beyer Blinder Belle Release First Look At Catchlight Crossings

      Wendover Housing Partners and Beyer Blinder Belle Release First Look at Catchlight Crossings Master planner and design architect Beyer Blinder Belle’s design for the 1,000-unit affordable housing community will focus on refined living environments, amenities and neighborhood…

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International Programming to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Neue Galerie, Vienna

  The Kallir Research Institute News on the Occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Original Neue Galerie, Vienna   The Kallir Research Institute (KRI) is delighted to recognize the 100th anniversary of the original Neue Galerie. Founded by Otto…

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Forman Arts Initiative and Philadelphia Foundation Announce 2023 Art Works Grantees

Forman Arts Initiative and Philadelphia Foundation Announce 2023 Art Works Grantees In its third year, Art Works awards $700,000 in unrestricted grants to impact-driven artists and cultural organizations shaping Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA, November 17, 2023 – Forman Arts Initiative (FAI) and Philadelphia…

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DESIGN MIAMI | Ukrainian Designer Victoria Yakusha Introduces “The Land of Light”

DESIGN MIAMI | DECEMBER 6-10, 2023 CURIO PRESENTATION “THE LAND OF LIGHT” PANEL DISCUSSION: “HEALING THROUGH DESIGN” | DECEMBER 8, 2-3 PM   Kyiv, Ukraine/ Antwerp, Belgium (November 14, 2023) — Ukrainian architect and designer and winner of the Best Curio Booth at…

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Miami Beach Announces the 2023 Edition of No Vacancy, Miami Beach

Miami Beach Announces the 2023 Edition of No Vacancy, Miami Beach Artists to Create Site-Specific Art Projects and Installations in 12 Miami Beach Hotels Total of $35,000 in Prizes Awarded to Artists During Miami Art Week On View November 16 –…

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Mary Lucier – Leaving Earth at Cristin Tierney Gallery January 19 – March 4, 2024

Mary Lucier  Leaving Earth January 19 – March 2, 2024 Opening Reception: Friday, January 19, 6:00 to 8:00 pm 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002 Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Leaving Earth, an exhibition of new video…

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Friedman Benda at Design Miami 2023

NEW YORK, NY (November 8, 2023) – For Design Miami/ 2023, Friedman Benda will bring a group presentation of works by Ini Archibong, Andrea Branzi, Wendell Castle, Byung Hoon Choi, Najla El Zein, Frida Escobedo, Misha Kahn, Joris Laarman, Raphael Navot,…

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City of Miami Beach to Present Installation by Assume Vivid Astro Focus for Miami Art Week

Miami Beach Set to Unveil Assume Vivid Astro Focus: ‘Adora Vanessa Athena Fantasia’ for Elevate Española During Art Week ’23 Artist’s Rendering — ‘Adora Vanessa Athena Fantasia’ Miami Beach, FL (November 3, 2023) —The City Miami of Miami Beach is pleased to…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA DESIGN/MIAMI PARIS RECAP + INSTALLATION PHOTOS

New York (October 24, 2023) – Following the successful inaugural edition of Design Miami/ Paris, Friedman Benda has released a selection of installation photos from the show, featuring its presentation of selected works celebrating acclaimed European designers and new key voices from the United States….

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Marlborough Presents “Doubt and Love”

Benedict Scheuer Doubt and Love November 9, 2023 — January 13, 2024 Floor 2  Marlborough New York is delighted to present Doubt and Love, an exhibition of the Columbus, Ohio-based, interdisciplinary artist, Benedict Scheuer. The exhibition, the artist’s first solo project…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum presents Eiko Otake: I Invited Myself, Vol. III: Duets – Opening November 9, 2023

The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Eiko Otake: I Invited  Myself, Vol. III:  Duets November 9, 2023–March 24, 2024 Press Preview: Thursday, November 9, 11:00 am Philadelphia, PA, October 24, 2023 — The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Expands Boston Office to Support Growing Presence in New England

Beyer Blinder Belle Expands Boston Office to Support Growing Presence in New England BOSTON, MA (October 23, 2023) – The Boston office of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners (BBB) recently moved into their newly designed home at 280 Summer…

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Alligator Alert! Union Square Unveils NYC Legend Art Installation

Alligator Alert! Union Square Unveils NYC Legend Art Installation  Public art piece by Swedish artist Alexander Klingspor pays tribute to New York City by portraying one of its most popular urban legends  NEW YORK (October 17, 2023) — An urban myth came…

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ETTORE SOTTSASS 1947-1974 | OPENING AT FRIEDMAN BENDA | NOVEMBER 2

New York, NY (October 16, 2023) – On November 2nd, Friedman Benda presents Ettore Sottsass 1947-1974, the ninth solo show in an ongoing series dedicated to the expansive oeuvre of the groundbreaking Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007). As part of the gallery’s continuing commitment to survey Sottsass’ pioneering…

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Marlborough New York Announces Representation of The Estate of Teruko Yokoi

Marlborough New York is delighted to announce the representation of The Estate of Teruko Yokoi First Snow, 1968 oil on canvas 29⅛ × 56¾ in. / 74 × 144.3 cm The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce the representation of The…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Fall 2023 Programming at The 8th Floor

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Fall 2023 Programming at The 8th Floor   The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to announce its fall 2023 programs at The 8th Floor, including talks to coincide with the exhibition The House…

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Marlborough Gallery To Present Tadaaki Kuwayama: 1932 – 2023 — Opening November 9

Tadaaki Kuwayama: 1932–2023 November 9, 2023 – January 13, 2024 545 West 25th Street First Floor Galleries New York, NY – October 9, 2023 – Marlborough Gallery is pleased to present Tadaaki Kuwayama: 1932–2023, a memorial exhibition held in celebration of the life and…

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Rhode Island School of Design Joins the Sustainable Markets Initiative’s Terra Carta Design Lab to Find Student-Led, High-Impact Solutions to the Climate Crisis

The Terra Carta Design Lab invites students to design high-impact solutions to the climate crisis. RISD has joined the challenge, alongside Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation (UAE), National Institute of Design Ahmedabad (India) and the Royal College of Art…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Presents Shaun Leonardo at the ADAA Art Show

Shaun Leonardo The Art Show November 2 – November 5, 2023 Benefit Preview Day: November 1, 2023 Park Avenue Armory, New York Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Shaun Leonardo’s The Messengers series at The Art Show this November. The fair opens with a benefit preview on November…

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DESIGN MIAMI/PARIS ROOM #7 OCT 17 – 22 2023

New York (October 2, 2023) – For the inaugural edition of Design Miami/ Paris, Friedman Benda is proud to present a selection of works, celebrating acclaimed European designers and introducing key voices from the United States. This ensemble of forward-thinking design will be unveiled…

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Friedman Benda Announces New Paris Gallery – New location is scheduled to open in early 2024

New York (September 28, 2023) – For the inaugural edition of Design Miami/ Paris, Friedman Benda is proud to present a selection of works, celebrating acclaimed European designers and introducing key voices from the United States. This ensemble of forward-thinking design will be unveiled…

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Announces Open Call for Archives Research Residency

pleased to announce the open call for applications to the fourth annual Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency, a one to three-week research intensive at the Rauschenberg Foundation and its Archives located in New York City. The program provides partial support for…

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“Seminal: Masculinity in Contemporary Art” opens October 13th at Cristin Tierney Gallery

Seminal: Masculinity in Contemporary Art October 13 – November 18, 2023 Cristin Tierney Gallery 219 Bowery, Floor 1 New York, NY 10002 NEW YORK, NY (September 28, 2023) — Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Seminal: Masculinity in Contemporary Art, a group exhibition in…

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Skowhegan 2023 Awards Dinner Honoring Lonnie Holley, Suzanne Deal Booth, and Visual AIDS – October 24th

SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE TO HONOR LONNIE HOLLEY, SUZANNE DEAL BOOTH, AND VISUAL AIDS AT AWARDS DINNER ON OCT 24 After-Party to feature Special Performance by keiyaA and DJ Set by musclecars   NEW YORK, NY (September 26,…

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Blue Medium Included in PR Net 100 2023

Blue Medium included in the 2023 PR Net 100 List   New York, NY September 19, 2023 – Blue Medium is proud to have been included in the 2023 PR Net 100! The PR Net 100, back for its third year,…

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50th Anniversary of “Three Transitions” by peter campus – Oct 27 to Dec 16 at Cristin Tierney Gallery

peter campus Three Transitions October 27 – December 16, 2023 Cristin Tierney Gallery 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002   Created in 1973, the video work Three Transitions was produced at Boston’s WGBH-TV public television station through their “New Television Workshop” fellowship…

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ETTORE SOTTSASS 1947 – 1974 OCT 26 – DEC 16 2023

New York, NY (September 11, 2023) – On October 26, Friedman Benda presents Ettore Sottsass 1947-1974, the ninth solo show in an ongoing series dedicated to the expansive oeuvre of the groundbreaking Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007). As part of the gallery’s continuing commitment…

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Laura Anderson Barbata: Singing Leaf

Laura Anderson Barbata: Singing Leaf September 9 — October 28, 2023 Floors 1 & 2 Autorretrato, 1994/98 C-print, ed. of 3 + 2Ap, 40 x 30 in / 101.6 x 76.2 cm New York, NY (August 31, 2023) — Marlborough…

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Howl Happening to Present Flloyd: Dicks and Divas — Opening September 9

FLLOYD: DICKS AND DIVAS September 9 – October 22nd, 2023 Exhibition and Events Opening Reception: Saturday, September 9th, 6 – 8 PM Howl! Happening 6 East 1st Street, New York, NY 10013 6 New York, NY — August 24, 2023: Howl! Happening…

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LG OLED PRESENTS “We Meet Again in Seoul” Exhibition by Kim Whanki, Master of Korean Abstract Art

LG OLED PRESENTS “We Meet Again in Seoul” Exhibition by Kim Whanki, Master of Korean Abstract Art  Special Presentation in Collaboration with Whanki Foundation To be Held at Frieze Seoul September 6-9, 2023, COEX Seoul, Korea, August 24, 2023 – LG OLED  is pleased to present “We Meet Again in Seoul” an…

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Forman Arts Initiative and Mural Arts Present: ‘Anula Shetty’s Philly Daydreams: Stories in Transit,’ Augmented Reality Works on SEPTA’s Transit Lines

FORMAN ARTS INITIATIVE AND MURAL ARTS PRESENT ANULA SHETTY’S PHILLY DAYDREAMS: STORIES IN TRANSIT AN AMBITIOUS NEW CITYWIDE PUBLIC ART PROJECT IN COLLABORATION WITH SEPTA USING AUGMENTED REALITY TO ACTIVATE TRANSIT LINES WITH THE DAYDREAMS OF PHILADELPHIANS Works on view…

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LG OLED Presents Seoul Light DDP 2023 BOREALIS

LG OLED Presents Seoul Light DDP 2023 BOREALIS, a Celestial Installation by Dan Acher on the occasion of Frieze Seoul 2023 On view August 31 to September 10 from 7pm to 11pm KST at Dongdaemun Design Plaza DDP, Seoul, Korea…

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The House Edge: 16 Artists Consider Indigenous Sovereignty and Gambling, Opening September 28 at The 8th Floor

  THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION AT THE 8 TH FLOOR ANNOUNCES THE HOUSE EDGE Sixteen Artists Consider the Economic Dimensions of Indigenous Sovereignty Curated by Caitlin Chaisson, 2023 Curatorial Open Call Recipient   G. Peter Jemison, Treaty Indians/Violations, 1990-95. Collage…

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Howl! Happening To Present Scooter LaForge: Tee Hee Hee — On View November 2

November 2 – December 17, 2023 SCOOTER LAFORGE: Tee Hee Hee Opening Reception: Thursday, November 2, 2023: 6 – 9 PM Howl! Happening 6 East 1st Street, New York, NY 10013   New York, NY, August 15, 2023: Howl! Happening is…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Board of Trustees Elects New Members

PROVIDENCE, RI – August 16, 2023 – The Board of Trustees at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) is proud to announce the election of Ryan Cunningham (BFA 02 Film/Animation/Video) and Geetanjali Kirloskar as its newest term trustees. They will…

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With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 85 Percent, WholeTrees Structures Ranks Among America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

NEW YORK, August 15, 2023 – Today, Inc. announced that Madison, WI-based WholeTrees Structures is ranked 4031 (8 in Madison, and 98 in manufacturing) for the first time on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum presents Jessica Campbell: Heterodoxy

The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Jessica Campbell: Heterodoxy October 6, 2023–March 24, 2024 Press Preview: Thursday, October 5, 10:00 am Jessica Campbell, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. “Heterodoxy” (Process Image), 2023. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño….

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Blue Medium Fall 2023 Newsletter

VISUAL ARTS ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM (TEMPE, AZ) Luis Rivera Jimenez: A Brief Proposal on Race and Cultural Cosplay, August 19, 2023 – December 31, 2023 In A Brief Proposal on Race and Cultural Cosplay, Luis Rivera Jimenez uses the intricacies of language,…

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Mystic Seaport Museum Presents Spineless: A Glass Menagerie of Blaschka Marine Invertebrates

MYSTIC SEAPORT MUSEUM PRESENTS SPINELESS: A GLASS MENAGERIE OF BLASCHKA MARINE INVERTEBRATES OPENING OCTOBER 21, 2023 ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2024 Blaschka glass model of the gastropod mollusk, Aplysia argus.  Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, MCZ: SC:330, Syphonota viridescens….

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Friedman Benda Presents “Ghosts of Our Towns” Exhibition by Fernando Laposse

  New York (July 25, 2023) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Ghosts of Our Towns, Fernando Laposse’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Known for questioning the ethics of agriculture and production via its waste products, Laposse focuses…

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RISD MUSEUM NAMES TSUGUMI MAKI DIRECTOR

  PROVIDENCE, RI, July 25, 2023 – The RISD Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Tsugumi Maki as its director effective October 10. Maki, who brings 25 years of experience in the museum field, is currently the chief…

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American Australian Association Announces Lauren O’Neill-Butler as the Recipient of the Second Annual Beverley Art Writers Travel Grant to Australia

  AMERICAN AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES LAUREN O’NEILL-BUTLER AS THE RECIPIENT OF THE SECOND ANNUAL BEVERLEY ART WRITERS TRAVEL GRANT TO AUSTRALIA New York, NY, July 18, 2023 –– The American Australian Association is pleased to announce Lauren O’Neill-Butler as the 2023…

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Call for Interns: Architecture + Design

  Call for Summer/Fall Interns: Paid Internship – Architecture & Design Public relations and strategic communications firm specializing in design, architecture, visual arts, and culture is seeking an enthusiastic, organized, dedicated, candidate for an internship lasting at least three (3)…

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Washington Project for the Arts Announces Travis Chamberlain as its New Executive Director

TRAVIS CHAMBERLAIN NAMED DIRECTOR OF WASHINGTON PROJECT FOR THE ARTS Photo Credit: Frank Lord   Executive Director at Queer|Art and Former New Museum Curator to Helm Washington Project for the Arts – Washington, DC’s Leading Non-Profit Contemporary Arts Organization, with…

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Tweed TheaterWorks to Present Garden Variety, a Free Outdoor Performance Series — Sponsored by HOWL Arts

TWEED TheaterWorks presents GARDEN VARIETY An Outdoor Performance Series. Tuesdays at 7pm, July 18 – August 15, 2023 6&B Garden Corner of 6th Street and Avenue B, Manhattan, New York, NY, FREE Admission TWEED TheaterWorks is pleased to announce its second annual outdoor performance series…

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SWA Group’s New “Climate Infrastructure Framework” Identifies 19 Strategies for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

San Francisco, CA (July 6, 2023)—SWA Group has published a comprehensive “Climate Infrastructure Framework” focusing on applied landscape-based strategies for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The framework is designed to open up possibilities for climate action at the earliest stages of…

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Submissions Open July 11th to Performance Artists for The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation’s Sight/Geist Series

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION AT THE 8TH FLOOR ANNOUNCES SIGHT/GEIST OPEN CALL FOR PERFORMANCE ARTISTS Submissions Accepted Here by August 8, 2023 Kalup Linzy, The State of my Feelings and Emotions… at The 8th Floor, New York. May…

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New Publications From The Fabric Workshop and Museum: Jayson Musson’s His History of Art and Elisabeth Kley’s Minutes of Sand

NEW PUBLICATIONS FROM THE FABRIC WORKSHOP AND MUSEUM Jayson Musson’s His History of Art and Elisabeth Kley’s Minutes of Sand   Philadelphia, PA, TK, 2023 — The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to announce two exhibition catalogs that…

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RISD x Hyundai Motor Group Partnership Continues to Produce Compelling Research

PROVIDENCE, RI, June 27, 2023 – Hyundai Motor Group (the Group) and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) today announced the latest phase of work in the RISD x Hyundai Motor Group Research Collaborative, a multiyear partnership exploring the relationship between…

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SWA Group Wins International Design Competition for Ecological Science and Technology City Along Guangzhou’s Pearl River

San Francisco (June 26, 2023)—SWA Group announces its recent win of an international competition to re-envision a section of the Pearl River as a new city centered around ecological and social vibrancy. Recognized by the Panyu District Branch of the Guangzhou City…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents Joe Fig: ‘Contemplating Compositions’ – Open September 8th

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation announces 2023 grant recipients, supporting more than 40 organizations

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Extended Through June 24, 2023: “Goddam” by Dread Scott at Cristin Tierney Gallery

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Celebrating Community at RISD Commencement 2023

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“Sonic Presence (or Absence): Sound in Contemporary Art” at The Fabric Workshop and Museum Opens June 23rd

The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Sonic Presence (or Absence): Sound in Contemporary Art June 23, 2023 – January 7, 2024 Press Preview: Thursday, June 22, 11:00 am   Glenn Ligon, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia,…

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RISD’s Graduate Class of 2023 Presents Thesis Work in Wide-Ranging Exhibition

  Providence, RI – June 1, 2023 – RISD grad students earning degrees in everything from Architecture to Painting to Graphic Design are currently showing their thesis work in Grad Show 2023 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. On view through June 3, the colorful…

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A Park with a Purpose: Designed by SWA Group, Southern Gateway Public Green in Dallas Further Advances Community-Forward Cap Parks

Dallas, TX– June 1, 2023 – New green public space poised to become the heartbeat of Dallas, forging equity by “capping” a highway and reconnecting a community. SWA Group announces Phase 1 of Southern Gateway Public Green,  a new five-acre park spanning Interstate 35E in…

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Howl! Presents “Brian Butterick (Hattie Hathaway) and all they loved”, June 15 – July 30

New York, NY, (May 23, 2023) Howl! Arts / Howl! Archive (HAHA) is pleased to present Brian Butterick (Hattie Hathaway) and all they loved – the first exhibition celebrating the life of Brian Butterick (1956 – 2019), also popularly known as Hattie Hathaway, his performance…

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Blue Medium Joins Council for Inclusive Capitalism

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Forman Arts Initiative and Philadelphia Foundation Announce Opening of Art Works’ Third Annual Grant Application Period

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On View During NYCxDESIGN: Samuel Ross | COARSE

New York, NY– May 15, 2023 – Friedman Benda presents COARSE, the gallery’s second solo presentation of acclaimed British polymath designer Samuel Ross, during NYCxDESIGN. The COARSE exhibition showcases a new series of works that examine the relationships between materials,…

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DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Announces Summer/Fall 2023 Outdoor Installations and Programming

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Announces  Summer/Fall 2023 Outdoor Installations and Programming Featuring New Commissions and Acquisitions by Alyson Shotz, Hugh Hayden, Andrea Carlson, and David Adjaye; Lecture by Rappaport Prize winner Steve Locke on May 17 deCordova Sculpture Park…

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New Exhibitions at the Fabric Workshop and Museum: Museum As… and Shopworks

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Rhode Island School of Design Appoints David T. Carreon Bradley Vice President for Social Equity and Inclusion

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Elects Michelle Coffey and Peter Kraus to Board of Directors and Appoints Karen Sutton as Interim Chief Operating Officer

New York, NY – May 3, 2023 – The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is pleased to announce that Michelle Coffey and Peter Kraus have been elected to its Board of Directors, at the same time as it has appointed Karen Sutton to be…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents ‘Balancing Act,’ an interactive kinetic sculptural exhibition by Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins – Open June 2nd

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Extended Through October 22, 2023: “Henry Taylor: Nothing Change, Nothing Strange” at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop and Museum

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City of Miami Beach to Present Monumental Mural at Miami Beach Senior High School in Partnership With Boa Mistura and O, Miami Inbox

Boa Mistura and O, Miami Partner with Students to Create Permanent Monumental Mural at Miami Beach Senior High School   2231 Prairie Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 Miami Beach, FL (May 1, 2023) — The City of Miami Beach is pleased is to present My Home, Mi…

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Rhode Island School of Design Names Touba Ghadessi Provost

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RISD Introduces New Sustainability Design Lab

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SWA Group Unveils Master Plan for Irvine Great Park Project in California

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   SWA Group Unveils Master Plan for Irvine Great Park Project in California Design implementation now underway for 1,200-acre Great Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the world. Laguna Beach, CA (April 19, 2023) – SWA…

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Mystic Seaport Museum and Rizzoli to Publish Alexis Rockman: Oceanus — Available April 18

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Revised Dates — City of Miami Beach to Present Very Moving by Jillian Mayer as Latest Commission for Elevate Española

Miami Beach, FL (April 20, 2023) — The City of Miami Beach is pleased is to present Very Moving, a newly-commissioned installation by Miami-based artist Jillian Mayer. Very Moving is the second installment of Elevate Española, a public art program launched by the city in…

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Available Now: Ollie Collectible by Jayson Musson

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Howl! Happening to Present Walter Steding: This Is My Voice — On View from April 27

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Construction Begins at Ālia, Designed by WRNS Studio

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Spring 2023 Programming at The 8th Floor

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Rhode Island School Of Design Announces Commencement 2023 Honorary Degree Recipients And Speakers

Commencement 2023 Honorary Degree Recipients and Speakers Architect Francis Kéré to Deliver Keynote Address Providence, R.I. — April 10, 2023 — RISD will present three honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degrees to visionaries in contemporary culture. Architect Francis Kéré will accept…

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Forman Arts Initiative and Mural Arts Partner to Create Public Works

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APRIL 18-23 | “BREAK TO MAKE” IN MILAN | DANIEL ARSHAM X NENDO

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents ‘Goddam,’ a new exhibition of screenprints by Dread Scott

Dread Scott, Pirate Jenny (gold), 2022. screenprint and gold leaf on canvas. 56 x 84 inches (142.2x 213.4 cm).   Dread Scott Goddam  April 28 – June 10, 2023 Opening Reception: Friday, April 28, 6:00 to 8:00 pm Cristin Tierney Gallery 219 Bowery,…

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Caitlin Chaisson Named as Recipient of 2023 Curatorial Open Call 

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION  AT THE 8TH FLOOR ANNOUNCES  Caitlin Chaisson  Recipient of 2023 Curatorial Open Call  Photograph by Denis Gutiérrez-Ogrinc.   The 8th Floor  17 West 17th Street, NYC  New York, NY – April 3, 2023 – The…

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Beyer Blinder Belle’s J Coopers Row Project Tops Out in Southwest Washington, DC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Beyer Blinder Belle’s J Coopers Row Project Tops Out in Southwest Washington, DC 368,000 sq ft residential building at 1319 South Capitol Street adds market-rate and affordable housing to neighborhood while preserving the human scale of the…

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Blue Medium 2023 Spring Newsletter

Tim Rollins and K.O.S., in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, “Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (After Harriet Jacobs),” 1997. Satin ribbons and book pages on linen. 64 x 52 inches. Collection of the artists….

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Beyer Blinder Belle Architects Complete Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 

Beyer Blinder Belle Architects Complete Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  A contemporary redesign for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s global headquarters fills the building with natural light and state-of-the-art amenities and technologies, reinvigorating the interiors for world-class research and…

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Howl! Arts/Howl! Archive To Present Harold Shapinsky: Abstract Soul — On View From March 23

March 23 — May 21, 2023 HAROLD SHAPINSKY: ABSTRACT SOUL Opening Reception Thursday, March 23, 6-8 PM Howl Arts Howl Archive (HAHA) 250 Bowery, 2nd Floor, New York Harold Shapinsky, Untitled. Paint and ink on paper.  8 1/2” x 8 1/2”…

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Rhode Island School of Design Launches Say Your Pain Translation Tool for ER Patients

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rhode Island School of Design Launches Say Your Pain Translation Tool for ER Patients Through collaboration with WongDoody, RISD’s Center for Complexity is addressing issues of healthcare equity  PROVIDENCE, RI (March 16, 2023) – The Center for Complexity (CfC) at Rhode…

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SWA Wins Commission to Design New Urban Park in the Heart of Jersey City, NJ

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   SWA Wins Commission to Design New Urban Park in the Heart of Jersey City, NJ The three-acre park represents an ambitious plan to preserve open space in one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S.  …

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Mystic Seaport Museum Presents Alexis Rockman: Oceanus — Opening May 27, 2023

Museum’s First Solo Exhibition of a Contemporary Artist to Feature 10 Newly-Commissioned Large-Scale Watercolors and Panoramic Paintings  Mystic, CT. (March 7, 2023) – Mystic Seaport Museum is pleased to present Alexis Rockman: Oceanus, an exhibition of newly-commissioned, marine ecologically-focused watercolors…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners Acquires NYC-based Environmental Graphics Studio LVCK

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners Acquires NYC-based Environmental Graphics Studio LVCK NEW YORK (February 28, 2023) – Beyer Blinder Belle, Architects and Planners, LLP (BBB), an award-winning architecture, planning, and interiors firm with offices in New York…

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American Australian Association Announces Applications Now Open for US$10,000 Travel Grant for Art Writers

  AMERICAN AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR US$10,000 TRAVEL  GRANT FOR ART WRITERS New York, NY, –– The American Australian Association is pleased to announce The Beverley Art Writers  Travel Grant (The Beverley) is open in the 2023…

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Harry Philbrick to Lead The Fabric Workshop and Museum as Interim Executive Director

Harry Philbrick to Lead The Fabric Workshop and Museum as Interim Executive Director                                          Photo: M. SlaterPhiladelphia, PA, February TK, 2023…

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SWA/Balsley Designs Two-Acre Network of Parks and Public Spaces for Innovation QNS: a “15-Minute City” in Astoria, Queens

SWA/Balsley Designs Two-Acre Network of Parks and Public Spaces for Innovation QNS: a “15-Minute City” in Astoria, QueensAs part of the recently approved master plan, public open spaces will provide Astoria residents with a range of community amenities, forming an…

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Rhode Island School Of Design Withdraws From U.S. News & World Report’s Annual Rankings

Rhode Island School of Design Withdraws from U.S. News & World Report’s Annual Rankings School cites inability of rankings to accurately assess art and design education, while also running counter to principles of social equity and inclusion PROVIDENCE, RI – February…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Restores The Original Home Of La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

BEYER BLINDER BELLE RESTORES THE ORIGINAL HOME OF LA MAMA EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE CLUB AT 74 EAST 4TH STREET       Photo credit: John Bartelstone Photography New York, NY (February 13, 2023) – Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners has renovated…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum presents Henry Taylor: Nothing Change, Nothing Strange

The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Henry Taylor: Nothing Change, Nothing Strange March 2–July 23, 2023 Press Preview: Wednesday, March 1, 11:00 am © Henry Taylor, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Nothing Change, Nothing Strange, 2023. Courtesy…

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Available Now: Guidance Cards by Rose B. Simpson

AVAILABLE NOW: GUIDANCE CARDS BY ROSE B. SIMPSON Limited and Open Editions Available at The Fabric Workshop and Museum Store                                     Philadelphia, PA,…

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March 9 | Friedman Benda At TEFAF Maastricht Booth 700

TEFAF MAASTRICHT BOOTH 700 MAR 11 – 19 2023   Andrea Branzi, Ettore Sottsass, Faye Toogood New York – (January 31, 2023) Friedman Benda will bring a group presentation of works by artists including Michael Anastassiades, Daniel Arsham, Andrea Branzi,…

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Rose B. Simpson’s Dream HouseExtended Through May 7, 2023 at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop and Museum

Extended Through May 7, 2023: Rose B. Simpson’s Dream HouseAt Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop and Museum   Made in Collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, the Immersive Installation Presents Simpson’s First-Ever Video Works, New Ceramic Work, Textile, and Sculpture   Rose…

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Artists and Major Art World Funders Contribute Over $21 Million to Expand Skowhegan’s Capacity to Support Emerging Visual Artists

  ARTISTS AND MAJOR ART WORLD FUNDERS CONTRIBUTE OVER $21 MILLION TO EXPAND SKOWHEGAN’S CAPACITY TO SUPPORT EMERGING VISUAL ARTISTS < CAMPAIGN ADVANCES EQUITY ACROSS EVERY ASPECT OF THE INSTITUTION INCLUDING A HOLISTIC CAMPUS PLAN AND EXPANDED ENDOWMENT New York,…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Board of Trustees Elects New Co-Chairs

Rhode Island School of Design’s Board of Trustees Elects New Co-Chairs Hillary Blumberg and Ilene Chaiken to co-lead board, succeeding outgoing chair Michael Spalter PROVIDENCE, RI –– January 23, 2023 – The Board of Trustees at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents , a new video works exhibition by peter campus

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Jan. 12 | “Everything Here is Volcanic” at Friedman Benda

FRIEDMAN BENDA OPENING ON JANUARY 12, 2023 Tezontle, “Vernacular Kitchen”, 2022 EVERYTHING HERE IS VOLCANIC CURATED BY MARIO BALLESTEROS January 12 – February 18, 2023 Opening Reception: Thursday, January 12th, 6-8pm”Alles hier ist vulkanisch.” — Hannes Meyer Friedman Benda presents…

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NEWS RELEASE Fish & Forrest Exhibition of Photography by Fisherwoman Corey Wheeler Forrest Opens February 4, 2023 at Mystic Seaport Museum Mystic, CT, (January 16, 2023) – Mystic Seaport Museum is pleased to present Fish & Forrest: Through the Lens of a Commercial Fishermom, an…

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Bang Geul Han – Land of Tenderness – March 16

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION  AT THE 8TH FLOOR PRESENTS LAND OF TENDERNESS,  a Solo Exhibition by Bang Geul Han   Bang Geul Han, Warp and Weft #03 – Sleeping, 2022. Archival inkjet print. Courtesy of the artist.  …

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Open Call For Film/video Artists: The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Sight/Geist

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION AT THE 8TH FLOOR ANNOUNCES SIGHT/GEIST: NEW OPEN CALL FOR FILM/VIDEO ARTISTS Submissions Accepted Here by February 20, 2023   Opening Reception of El Corazón Aúlla at The 8th Floor, New York. September 29, 2022. Photos by Phillip Andrew…

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SWA Selected to Lead the Los Angeles-San Pedro Waterfront Connectivity Plan

SWA SELECTED TO LEAD THE LOS ANGELES-SAN PEDRO WATERFRONT CONNECTIVITY PLAN The internationally renowned, Los Angeles-based landscape architecture firm will provide a conceptual framework plan to guide future public realm improvements and private development sites, forming a network of well-connected, pedestrian-oriented multi-use spaces….

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents Photopath, a historic installation work by Victor Burgin

Victor Burgin Photopath January 20 – March 4, 2023 Opening Reception: Friday, January 20, 6:00 to 8:00 pm Cristin Tierney Gallery 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002 Cristin Tierney Gallery presents Photopath, a historic installation work by Victor Burgin. Photopath opens the evening…

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Mar. 18 | “Mirror Mirror: Reflections On Design At Chatsworth”

  ‘Mirror Mirror: Reflections on Design at Chatsworth’ A NEW EXHIBITION PRESENTED IN THE HOUSE AND GARDEN AT CHATSWORTH 18 March – 1 October 2023   Fernando Laposse, Agave Cabinet, 2021, courtesy of Friedman Benda and Fernando Laposse; Chatsworth © Chatsowrth…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Winning Artists of No Vacancy 2022

Antonia Wright & Ruben Millares Win $25,000 Juror’s Choice Award for Largest-Ever No Vacancy, Miami Beach Maritza Caneca Wins $10,000 GMCVB’s People’s Choice Award  Patria y Vida at Faena Hotel by Antonia Wright and Ruben Millares Miami Beach, FL — The City of Miami…

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Announcing First-Ever Official Sue Coe Website with Comprehensive Catalogue of Work Inbox

Artist and Activist Sue Coe Announces First-Ever Comprehensive Website of Work Newly Launched Site Includes Full History of Exhibitions and Activist Work Alongside Decades of Prints, Drawings, and Paintings Sue Coe in her studio, holding her woodcut Abolition: Meat Free Every…

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Jan 12 | “Everything Here Is Volcanic” Curated By Mario Ballesteros

New York, NY – Friedman Benda presents its ninth annual guest-curated exhibition, the first dedicated to contemporary Mexico, entitled Everything Here Is Volcanic. Curated by Mario Ballesteros, the exhibition sparks from a statement by the radical Swiss architect Hannes Meyer, who lived…

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Miami Beach Announces Juana Valdés as Winner of Annual Legacy Purchase Program at Art Basel Miami Beach

Dec. 1, 2022 City of Miami Beach Announces Juana Valdés, Colored Bone China Rags as 2022 Legacy Purchase Program Selection Work to be Acquired by City of Miami Beach to go on Permanent View at the Miami Beach Convention Center…

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Miami Beach Announces Finalists for Legacy Purchase Program at Art Basel Miami Beach

City of Miami Beach Announces Finalists for 2022 Legacy Purchase Program at Art Basel Miami BeachMiami Beach Residents to Select Work to Be Acquired by City to go on Permanent View at Miami Beach Convention Center as part of Public…

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RISD Limited Edition Sale

RISD Limited Editions Returns with a Second Sale to Benefit RISD Students Huma Bhabha 85 PR and Shahzia Sikander MFA 95 PT/PR are the latest alumni to donate exclusive limited-run prints of their work in support of the Student Opportunity…

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Jan 6 | Lebbeus Woods “Ecologies, 1984 – 1990” At Friedman Benda LA

LEBBEUS WOODS ECOLOGIES, 1984 – 1990 JAN 6 – FEB 4 2023      Left to right: Aliens III, Epicyclarium, Solohouse Los Angeles – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Lebbeus Woods, Ecologies, 1984-1990. Curated by Jennifer Olshin, the exhibition brings…

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Nov 29 | Friedman Benda At Design Miami Booth G31

DESIGN MIAMI / BOOTH G31 NOV 29 – DEC 4  2022 New York – For Design Miami / 2022, Friedman Benda will bring a group presentation of works by artists including Daniel Arsham, Wendell Castle, Carmen D’Apollonio, Najla El Zein, Misha…

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Jan. 6 | Carmen D’Apollonio “I’m Not A Shrimp” On View At Friedman Benda LA

Los Angeles – Friedman Benda is pleased to announce I’m Not a Shrimp, Carmen D’Apollonio’s first solo gallery exhibition in Los Angeles opening on January 6th. Highlighting the intuitive, self-taught approach and the tongue-in-cheek sensibility that defines her practice, I’m Not a Shrimp represents…

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Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Designed by SWA Group Opens to Public

San Francisco, CA — International landscape architecture, planning, and urban design firm SWA Group announce the opening of their design, The Clearing, which was selected unanimously by the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission among 189 international design submissions and with overwhelming support from the families…

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Nov. 19 | Ini Archibong “Narthex” Opens At Friedman Benda Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Ini Archibong’s second solo exhibition with the gallery and the first time a comprehensive body of work will be on public view in his hometown of Los Angeles. Referring to his…

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New York City AIDS Memorial Announces Annual World AIDS Day Observance On December 1

New York City AIDS Memorial Announces Annual World AIDS Day Observance on December 1 Free & Public Events Include a Community Gathering, Choral Performance, Queer Soup Night Fundraiser, and Candlelight Vigil    New York, NY – November 10, 2022 – Each…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Presents Historic Works by Dread Scott at Art Basel Miami Beach

Dread Scott, Harmed and Dangerous, 1993. pigment print. 30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm). Dread Scott Select Works from the 1980s and 1990s Art Basel Miami Beach Survey Section December 1-3, 2022 Preview Days: November 29-30, 2022 Cristin Tierney…

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Miami Beach Celebrates 20 Years of Art Basel

Miami Beach Celebrates 20 Years of Art Basel  This year marks the 20th anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach, the centerpiece of the city’s widely acclaimed Art Week Miami Beach, which brings together thousands of collectors, galleries and artists from across…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Inaugural Installation at ‘Elevate Española’ – Unveiling Event on 11/28

Edouard Duval-Carrié: Trapeze Contortionists Launches Elevate Española, Elevating the City’s Historic Española Way with Aerial Installations Work to be unveiled during Art Week Miami Beach – November 28 at 1 p.m. Digital rendering of the Trapeze Contortionists cutouts that will hang above the historic Española Way Miami…

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Blue Medium is Hiring: Account Coordinator – Visual Arts Public relations firm specializing in visual arts, architecture, and design seeks a full-time Account Coordinator to work in its Visual Arts division. We are looking for an experienced, extremely well-organized, and…

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Raphael Navot’s “On the Same Subject” on view at Friedman Benda  

Raphael Navot’s On the Same Subject on view at Friedman Benda “On the Same Subject” Installation Image by Daniel Kukla Raphael Navot’s On the Same Subject, his first solo gallery exhibition, is currently on view at Friedman Benda. On the Same…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Architects Complete Rubell Museum DC

Beyer Blinder Belle Architects Complete Rubell Museum DC The adaptive reuse of a historic school preserves a beloved community landmark and brings it back to life as a public resource. Rubell Museum DC facade. Photo by Chi Lam. Washington, DC —…

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Ini Archibong “Narthex” Opens At Friedman Benda Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA (November 7, 2022) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Ini Archibong’s second solo exhibition with the gallery and the first time a comprehensive body of work will be on public view in his hometown of Los Angeles….

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RISD MUSEUM ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF A BENIN BRONZE TO NIGERIAN NATIONAL COLLECTIONS

RISD MUSEUM ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF A BENIN BRONZE TO NIGERIAN NATIONAL COLLECTIONS Edo (African culture), Head of a King (Oba), probably 1700s. Deaccessioned by the RISD Museum Fine Arts Committee and Board of Governors, Fall 2020. Ex Gift of Miss Lucy…

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BEYOND TERRITORIES: MADE. MAKE. MAKING Exhibition Wraps Up in New York Before Concluding in Hong Kong

BEYOND TERRITORIES: MADE. MAKE. MAKING Exhibition Wraps Up in New York Before Concluding in Hong Kong Photo: Lucas Lind NEW YORK, NY (November 9, 2022) — Traveling exhibition Beyond Territories- Made. Make. Making, presented by the Hong Kong Institute of…

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NYC AIDS Memorial Announces World AIDS Day Observance on December 1st

New York City AIDS Memorial Announces Annual World AIDS Day Observance on December 1 Free & Public Events Include a Community Gathering, Choral Performance, Queer Soup Night Fundraiser, and Candlelight Vigil    New York, NY – November 10, 2022 – Each…

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FriendsWithYou Unveils 50-Foot Tall Sculpture Commissioned by The City of Miami Beach for Art Week Miami Beach

FriendsWithYou Unveils 50-Foot Tall Public Sculpture, Starchild, Commissioned by The City of Miami Beach for Art Week Miami Beach 2022, Renames Earth to “Ocean” In New Body of Work Artist Duo Takes Over Miami Beach with Public Artwork and Two Art Basel Presentations…

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Canal Projects Presents Inaugural Library Residency

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We’re Hiring: Account Coordinator – Architecture & Design

Blue Medium is Hiring: Account Coordinator – Architecture & Design Public relations firm specializing in visual arts, architecture, and design seeks a full-time Account Coordinator to work in its Architecture & Design division. We are looking for an experienced, extremely…

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We’re Hiring: Senior Account Manager – Visual Arts

Blue Medium is Hiring: Senior Account Manager – Visual Arts We are seeking an extremely well-organized and detail-oriented public relations professional with a minimum of 5 years of media relations experience directly related to museums, foundations and/or galleries. The applicant…

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Maharam, National AIDS Memorial, and New York City AIDS Memorial Celebrate the AIDS Memorial Quilt

Maharam, National AIDS Memorial, and New York City AIDS Memorial Celebrate the AIDS Memorial Quilt   OCTOBER 14 & 15, 2022 Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC New York, NY – September 27, 2022 – On October 14 and 15, 2022,…

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12 Artists Announced for Largest-Ever No Vacancy, Miami Beach

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El Corazón Aúlla (Heart Howls): Latin American Feminist Performance in Revolt opens Thursday at the 8th Floor

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION  AT THE 8TH FLOOR PRESENTS EL CORAZÓN AÚLLA (HEART HOWLS):  LATIN AMERICAN FEMINIST PERFORMANCE IN REVOLT Curated by Alexis Heller and Tatiana Muñoz-Brenes,  Recipients of Inaugural Curatorial Open Call Rossella Matamoros-Jiménez, ¿Cómo llegué aquí? (How…

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Skowhegan Awards Dinner 2022 | Byron Kim and Roy Lichtenstein Foundation

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Rose B. Simpson Creates Dream House, A Site Specific Installation at Fabric Workshop and Museum

Rose B. Simpson Creates Dream House, A Site Specific Installation at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop and Museum Made in Collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, the Immersive Installation Presents Simpson’s First-Ever Video Works, New Ceramic Work, Textile, and Sculpture October 7,…

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Four Freedoms Park Conservancy Announces ‘Voices of Freedom’ – Open to Public September 15

Four Freedoms Park Conservancy Announces Voices of Freedom  Collaboration with the Institute of International Education – Scholar Rescue Fund Installation Gives Voice to Displaced Scholars’ Reflections on Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom From Want, Freedom From Fear, Everywhere…

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Canal Projects Presents Inaugural Exhibition Korakrit Arunanondchai: Songs For Dying And Songs For Living

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New Nonprofit Contemporary Art Center Canal Projects Opening September 29 in Manhattan

CANAL PROJECTS LAUNCHES SEPTEMBER 29, 2022  A NEW NONPROFIT CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER IN DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN  EMPHASIZING NEW COMMISSIONS & UNDERREPRESENTED GLOBAL ARTISTS New York, September 2, 2022 – Opening September 29, 2022, Canal Projects is a new nonprofit visual arts organization dedicated to supporting…

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Save-the-Date October 10-25 | HKIA Beyond Territories: Made. Make. Making

Save-the-Date October 10-25: Hong Kong Institute of Architects presents Beyond Territories: Made. Make. Making in NYC during Archtober To celebrate Hong Kong’s achievements in urbanization and sustainable development during the last 25 years, The Hong Kong Institute of Architects presents…

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Oct. 7- Nov. 12 | Faye Toogood Assemblage 7: Lost And Found Opens At Friedman Benda LA

Los Angeles, CA (August 29, 2022) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Faye Toogood’s Assemblage 7: Lost and Found, the groundbreaking designer’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. Burrowing into Britain’s material history and its important role in defining national…

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Skowhegan School Of Painting & Sculpture Announces Exhibition Worldbuilding With Pallavi Singh And Jing (Ellen) Xu

SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES EXHIBITION WORLDBUILDING WITH PALLAVI SINGH AND JING (ELLEN) XU FOR THE CONFERENCE CALL SERIES AT SKOWHEGAN’S NEW YORK OFFICE L-R: Pallavi Singh, Hypno Bazaar (detail), 2022. Acrylic, watercolor, color, pencil, chai on paper, 6 x (29.5 x…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation At The 8th Floor Presents El Corazón Aúlla (Heart Howls): Latin American Feminist Performance In Revolt

THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION  AT THE 8TH FLOOR PRESENTS EL CORAZÓN AÚLLA (HEART HOWLS):  LATIN AMERICAN FEMINIST PERFORMANCE IN REVOLT Curated by Alexis Heller and Tatiana Muñoz-Brenes, Recipients of Inaugural Curatorial Open Call Rossella Matamoros-Jiménez, ¿Cómo llegué aquí? (How…

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Woodmere Art Museum presents George Biddle: The Art of American Social Conscience – Opening September 24

Woodmere Art Museum presents George Biddle: The Art of American Social Conscience Image: Evocation of the Past, 1966 by George Biddle (Woodmere Art Museum, Gift of the Michael Biddle Family, 2022) *More information on this piece below PHILADELPHIA, PA (August 25,…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents Mary Lucier at Frieze Masters, London, October 14-16, 2022

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Fall Preview – Save the Date!

VISUAL ARTS Media Contacts: Lourdes Miller and Ben Demars     THE NEW YORK CITY AIDS MEMORIAL The New York City AIDS Memorial  honors the lives lost to the AIDS epidemic through its educational and cultural programming. Stevan Evans’s Songs for a Memorial is on view until…

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NENDO SEES KYOTO AT FRIEDMAN BENDA SEPT 9 – OCT 15 2022

NENDO SEES KYOTO AT FRIEDMAN BENDA SEPT 9- OCT 15 2022 New York – Friedman Benda and nendo are pleased to present ‘nendo sees Kyoto’. Initially presented across historic, World Cultural Heritage sites in Kyoto, Japan [13 Jan. 2022 –13…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery presents Jorge Tacla at the Armory Show September 8-11

Jorge Tacla The Armory Show Focus Section Javits Center, New York September 9-11, 2022 Preview Day: September 8, 2022   Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to participate in The Armory Show. The gallery will present new paintings by Jorge Tacla in the…

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SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES AN EXHIBITION WITH BAXTER KOZIOL & MOLLY SPRINGFIELD

SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES AN  EXHIBITION WITH BAXTER KOZIOL & MOLLY SPRINGFIELD, PART  OF THE CONFERENCE CALL SERIES AT SKOWHEGAN’S NEW YORK OFFICE top: Baxter Kozioll, Survival Instinct II, 2021; bottom: Molly Springfield, Errata 5.24.22, 2022. CONFERENCE CALL  Baxter…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents: Barceló’s World

Acquavella Galleries Presents Barceló’s World On view until September 2, 2022 in New York City Fuerte Marejada, 2003, Mixed media on canvas, 81 x 99 in. (205.7 x 251.5 cm) “This is my world, my land, and my sea, I have…

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Friedman Benda | CANDICE & DARREN ROMANELLI WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

Los Angeles, CA (July 12, 2022) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present, Wedding Anniversary, the gallery’s first solo exhibition with ceramicist Candice Romanelli and multidisciplinary creative director Darren Romanelli. The show examines the Los Angeles-based husband and wife’s individual practices…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE ANNOUNCES DESIGN AND COMPLETION OF DARTMOUTH STRATEGIC CAMPUS FRAMEWORK

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Mystic Seaport Museum Announces “Sargent, Whistler, And Venetian Glass: American Artists And The Magic Of Murano” 

“SARGENT, WHISTLER, AND VENETIAN GLASS: AMERICAN ARTISTS AND THE MAGIC OF MURANO”  Opens at Mystic Seaport Museum October 15, 2022 With more than 115 works from over 40 institutions and private collections, the exhibition is one of the Museum’s most…

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Hyundai Motor Group and Rhode Island School of Design Reveal 2022 Collaboration Project ‘Sustainable Futures’

Hyundai Motor Group and Rhode Island School of Design Reveal 2022 Collaboration Project ‘Sustainable Futures’ SEOUL/PROVIDENCE, RI (July 5, 2022) – Hyundai Motor Group (the Group) and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) revealed the latest phase of the RISD…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Announces DJ Hellerman as Chief Curator

The Fabric Workshop and Museum Announces DJ Hellerman as Chief Curator   Philadelphia, July 6, 2022—The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is excited to announce the appointment of DJ Hellerman as its new Chief Curator & Director of Curatorial Affairs….

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Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents JAYSON MUSSON: HIS HISTORY OF ART

The Fabric Workshop and Museum presents JAYSON MUSSON: HIS HISTORY OF ART July 22—November 13, 2022 Press Preview: Thursday, July 21 Jayson Musson as “Jay” with “Ollie.” Jayson Musson, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, His History of Art, 2022. Photo credit: Carlos…

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SWA Group’s Sanshan Hillside Park Offers New Urban Landscape Experiences to the Region

SWA Group’s Sanshan Hillside Park Offers New Urban Landscape Experiences to the Region The park exemplifies how a sensitive and adaptive approach to a site’s existing assets can offer diverse and sustainable experiences at the edge of an increasingly urbanized…

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Strip-malls to Housing: SWA Group Puts Forward A Possible Solution to the National Housing Crisis

Strip-malls to Housing: SWA Group Puts Forward A Possible Solution to the National Housing Crisis Converting underutilized retail centers into mixed-use housing developments will require change in city land-use policies Laguna Beach, CA  — Repurposing existing commercial properties to help…

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RISD Interior Architecture Students Envision More Inclusive Futures for the Rhode Island State House

Providence, RI (June 23, 2022) – Students in RISD’s Interior Architecture department are reimagining “the people’s house” on Smith Hill as a place where everyone feels welcome and can clearly see how Rhode Island and its legislature have evolved in recent years….

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WRNS Studio Reimagines Ameswell Mountain View Complex

The new development manifests ideals of returning to nature and providing a better future for the City’s inhabitants with integrated landscape and campus-planning strategies. San Francisco, CA (June, 2022) – WRNS Studio announces the completion of Ameswell Mountain View, a…

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CANDICE & DARREN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY AUG 11 – 27 2022

Los Angeles, CA (June 21, 2022) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present, Wedding Anniversary, the gallery’s first solo exhibition with ceramicist Candice Romanelli and multidisciplinary creative director Darren Romanelli. The show examines the Los Angeles-based husband and wife’s individual practices…

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MK Guth Performances At Cristin Tierney Gallery

MK Guth Be Part of It! July 18 – August 12, 2022 Artist in Residence: July 18-23, 25-29  Public Reception: Friday, July 29, 6:00 to 8:00 pm Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to announce Be Part of It!, a new interactive…

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The Disco Project Remix by Neil Greenberg Presented by NYC Aids Memorial – July 21-23

THE DISCO PROJECT REMIX BY NEIL GREENBERG, A SITE-SPECIFIC VERSION OF THE CHOREOGRAPHER’S SEMINAL WORK, ONGOING SINCE THE HEIGHT OF THE AIDS EPIDEMIC, WILL ACTIVATE THE NEW YORK CITY AIDS MEMORIAL IN JULY 2022 PERFORMANCES: THURSDAY, JULY 21, 7:30 PM; FRIDAY,…

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Rubin Foundation Announces Recipients of Inaugural Curatorial Open Call

  The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces  Alexis Heller and Tatiana Muñoz-Brenes as Recipients of Inaugural Curatorial Open Call  Fall 2022 Exhibition to Examine Gender-based Violence in Latin America  through the Work of Female and Non-Binary Contemporary Artists New York, NY…

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MATTIAS SELLDEN l THADDEUS WOLFE JOINT SOLO EXHIBITION JUL 14 – AUG 12 2022

MATTIAS SELLDEN | THADDEUS WOLFE JOINT SOLO EXHIBITION JUL 14 – AUG 12 2022 New York – Friedman Benda is pleased to present a joint solo exhibition of work from Mattias Sellden and Thaddeus Wolfe, two artists whose practices converge at the intersection…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Leads Architecture of New Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity in Orlando

Beyer Blinder Belle Leads Architecture of New Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity in Orlando The 43,000 square foot museum—designed to symbolize a beacon for humanity when illuminated—is the first built around the stories of survivors ORLANDO, Fla. (May, 2022) –…

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Hollingsworth Funds Announces Beyer Blinder Belle-led Vision for Verdae

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THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM TO LAUNCH BOLD NEW PROJECT TO INCREASE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND MUSEUM’S IMPACT IN PITTSBURGH AND NATIONWIDE

THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM TO LAUNCH BOLD NEW PROJECT TO INCREASE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND MUSEUM’S IMPACT IN PITTSBURGH AND NATIONWIDE “THE POP DISTRICT” WILL FEATURE A LARGER CULTURAL HUB FOR LIVE MUSIC, EVENTS, PUBLIC ART, EXPANDED PROGRAMMING AND A HOME…

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François Bucher At Cristin Tierney Gallery

François Bucher You Are (It Is) A Distorted Projection from a Single LightJune 10 – July 15, 2022 Opening Reception: Friday, June 10, 6:00 to 8:00 pm 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002   Cristin Tierney Gallery is…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents: Yuka Kashihara

Acquavella Galleries Presents Yuka Kashihara May 28 – June 26, 2022 in Palm Beach 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M309 C World, 2020, Acrylic and oil on canvas in two panels, 59 1/4 x 118 1/2 inches (150.5 x 301 cm)…

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FWM Announces 2023–2024 Cohort of Artists-in-Residence

FWM Announces 2023–2024 Cohort of Artists-in-Residence From left to right: artists Borna Sammak, Jessica Campbell, and Risa Puno. Credits: © Borna Sammak, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London and JTT, New York. Photo: Marquale Ashley; Photo of Jessica Campbell by Marcel…

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AVAILABLE NOW: MARY REID KELLY & PATRICK KELLEY Published by The Fabric Workshop and Museum and Gregory R. Miller & Co. Edited by Karen Patterson

AVAILABLE NOW: MARY REID KELLY & PATRICK KELLEY Published by The Fabric Workshop and Museum and Gregory R. Miller & Co. Edited by Karen Patterson Philadelphia, PA, May 17, 2022 — The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to announce its…

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Woodmere Art Museum announces Michelle Angela Ortiz and José Ortiz-Pagán, jurors of the 80th Annual Juried Exhibition

Woodmere Art Museum announces Michelle Angela Ortiz and José Ortiz-Pagán, jurors of the 80th Annual Juried Exhibition   Image: The Woodmere Annual: 77th Juried Exhibition, 2018, juried by Syd Carpenter       Philadelphia, PA (May 9, 2022) – Woodmere Art…

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Friedman Benda / Misha Kahn Style Without Substance I JUNE 2-JULY 1

New York, NY (May 12, 2022) – In his fourth solo-show at Friedman Benda, Style Without Substance, Misha Kahn sets out to “look into the essence of a material and help to style its ‘thingness’ to be apparent to humans.” Rather than…

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Rhode Island School of Design Facilitates New Thinking on Opioids, Equity and Systemic Change

Rhode Island School of Design Facilitates New Thinking on Opioids, Equity and Systemic Change Through ongoing collaboration with local stakeholders, RISD’s Center for Complexity taps into the studio process to envision design systems for the state’s first harm reduction centers…

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SWA’s “Edge of Paradise” Named Winner in Urban Design Category of Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards

SWA’s “Edge of Paradise” Named Winner in Urban Design Category of Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards From a 3D printed vaccine patch to an electric truck, a seawater-powered lamp, and countless other bold innovations, the sixth annual awards…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Furniture Design Department Presents Embodied & Imbued at WantedDesign Fair 2022

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Pride Month: New York City AIDS Memorial Debuts Installation by Steven Evans; Silent Disco

Steven Evans, Songs for a Memorial, 2020-22 (illustration), LEDs, acrylic, components; various sizes; Courtesy of the artist New York, NY – May 5, 2022– The New York City AIDS Memorial is thrilled to announce its next series of programs, launching June 1st…

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AAA Art Writers Travel Grant To Australia Launches: Applications Open Until May 31, 2022

MEDIA RELEASE AMERICAN AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NEW US$10,000 ART WRITERS TRAVEL GRANT APPLICATIONS OPEN MAY 1, 2022 New York, NY, May 3, 2022 –– The American Australian Association (AAA) is pleased to announce a new US$10,000 annual grant to support American journalists…

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Story Boats: The Tales They Tell Opens at Mystic Seaport Museum Saturday, May 28

Mystic, Conn. (April 6, 2022) – The exhibition Story Boats: The Tales They Tell gathers a diverse selection of boats, large and small, to offer a fresh and exciting view into the American maritime experience. Drawn from the Museum’s extensive watercraft collection (including…

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On Stands Now: An Incomplete Archive of Activist Art, Published by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation

An Incomplete Archive of Activist Art Published by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Now Available to Order from The University of Chicago Press and Amazon In this enlightening and empowering book, the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation underscores its commitment to…

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Howl! Announces: Linda Simpson “My Comrade Magazine: Happy 35th Gay Anniversary”

Saturday, June 4 – Sunday, July 17, 2022 Linda Simpson My Comrade Magazine: Happy 35th Gay Anniversary     Howl! Happening is pleased to present a special exhibition of photographs from Linda Simpson’s groundbreaking magazine, My Comrade. Included are never-before-seen images…

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SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES CONFERENCE CALL, A SERIES OF EXHIBITIONS IN 2022 FEATURING ALUMNI IN SKOWHEGAN’S NEW YORK SPACE

SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES CONFERENCE CALL, A SERIES OF EXHIBITIONS IN 2022 FEATURING ALUMNI IN SKOWHEGAN’S NEW YORK SPACE L-R: Buster Graybill, R.MUTT, 2019-2022; Pío Galbis, Untitled, 2018-2020.   CONFERENCE CALL | Exhibition Series 2022 Pío Galbis…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Spring 2022 Programming at The 8th Floor

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Spring 2022 Programming at The 8th Floor Kalup Linzy, OK, 2020/2021. Single-channel video, sound. 10:55 min.  Courtesy of the artist and David Castillo Gallery.  The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Arts Resilient 305 Contemporary Art Activations and Commissions by 16 Local Artists for Inaugural Aspen Ideas: Climate

City of Miami Beach Announces Arts Resilient 305 Contemporary Art Activations and Commissions by 16 Local Artists for Inaugural Aspen Ideas: Climate Miami Beach, FL, April. 21, 2022 — The City of Miami Beach is pleased to announce Arts Resilient 305 | Aspen Institute, a…

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SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES LEADERSHIP CHANGES TO BOARD OF GOVERNORS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES

SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES LEADERSHIP CHANGES TO BOARD OF GOVERNORS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES L-R: Eleanor Acquavella, Marlene McCarty, Suzanne McClelland, Alix Pearlstein, Paula Volent New York, NY – [April 21, 2022] – Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, one of the country’s…

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WOODMERE ART MUSEUM AND THE MAGUIRE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCE THE CREATION OF FRANCES M. MAGUIRE HALL FOR ART AND EDUCATION

WOODMERE ART MUSEUM AND THE MAGUIRE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCE THE CREATION OF FRANCES M. MAGUIRE HALL FOR ART AND EDUCATIONTHE MAGUIRE FOUNDATION DONATES $10 MILLION TO RENAME THE FORMER SAINT MICHAEL’S HALL AND REPURPOSE THE HISTORIC MANSION AS GALLERIES FOR WOODMERE’S…

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Support by Design: Initiative to Hire Ukrainian Landscape Architects Displaced by War

Support by Design: Initiative to Hire Ukrainian Landscape Architects Displaced by War Houston, TX (April 12, 2022) – Landscape Architecture firms in the United States are leading an evolving initiative to engage their Ukrainian counterparts displaced by the war. The idea…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Presents Maureen O’Leary: “Both/And”

Maureen O’Leary: Both/And April 22 – May 27, 2022 at Cristin Tierney Gallery Opening Reception: Friday, April 22, 6 – 8 PM 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002 Maureen O’Leary, Commuter Platform with Dogwood (My Mother), 2022. oil on linen. 60 x…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Unnatural Nature: Post-Pop Landscapes, Curated by Todd Bradway

Acquavella Galleries Presents Unnatural Nature: Post-Pop Landscapes Curated by Todd Bradway April 21 – June 10, 2022 in New York April 15 – May 25, 2022 in Palm Beach Adrian Berg, Beachy Head, 1st August, 1996. Oil on canvas, 43 ⅞ x…

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Rhode Island School of Design 2022 Commencement / Announcing Honorees and Speakers

Cheryl D. Miller, Graphic Designer and Educator, to Deliver Keynote Address at Rhode Island School of Design 2022 Commencement Miller and artist Nick Cave will receive honorary degrees PROVIDENCE, RI (April 5, 2022) – On Saturday, June 4, Rhode Island School of Design…

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Woodmere Art Museum Announces “Hearing the Brush: the Painting and Poetry of Warren and Jane Rohrer”

Woodmere’s exhibition, Hearing the Brush, explores the painting and poetry of Warren and Jane Rohrer Image: Suns of Buffalo Run, c. 1959, by Warren Rohrer (Museum purchase, 2017). PHILADELPHIA (April 4, 2022) — Opening April 9, 2022, Woodmere Art Museum’s Hearing the Brush:…

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HS2 Architecture Announces Completion of New James Cohan Gallery Tribeca Location

  Image courtesy of HS2 Architecture New York, NY (March 30, 2022) — HS2 Architecture (HS2) announces the completion of 52 Walker Street, a new 5,000sf gallery space for James Cohan. With the Tribeca art scene continuing to grow, the gallery, whose art space…

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Friedman Benda at TEFAF New York / May 6 – May 10

    New York (March 29, 2022) – For TEFAF New York 2022, Friedman Benda will present a setting focused on materiality and excellence in making. Comprised of select works from seminal historic voices placed in dialogue with key contemporary practices,…

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Adam Silverman / Marks and Markers / Apr 28-May 21

New York, NY (March 24, 2022) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Los Angeles-based artist Adam Silverman’s third solo show with the gallery entitled Marks and Markers. The title of the show refers to not only the marks from Silverman’s process (the artist’s hands, the fire, the glaze and…

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WRNS Studio Founding Partner Sam Nunes Elevated To AIA College Of Fellows In 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WRNS Studio Founding Partner Sam Nunes Elevated to AIA College of Fellows in 2022 Nunes’ career centers on a management model that empowers a plurality of voices to enhance architectural practice Sam Nunes. Photo: Wesley Wong San…

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Howl! Happening

Christy Rupp Othered April 21 – May 29, 2022 An Installation of Sculpture and Works on PaperOpening Reception: Thursday, April 21st 6 – 9 PM Howl! Happening: 6 East 1st Street, New York We live as part of an amazing organism that has…

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Galerie Lelong Announces Andy Goldsworthy: “Red Flags”

ANDY GOLDSWORTHY Red Flags March 31 – May 7, 2022 Opening Reception: Thursday, March 31, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm Artist talk with Brett Littman: Saturday, April 23, 11:00am in the gallery and on Zoom Andy Goldsworthy, Detail: Red Flags, 2020. New…

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Blue Medium Spring 2022 News

Media Contact: Andrea Bruce ACQUAVELLA GALLERIES Acquavella Galleries presents James Rosenquist: Painting Below Zero and Unnatural Nature: Post-Pop Landscapes. On view through April 11, James Rosenquist: Painting Below Zero is the late artist’s first show in Palm Beach and features a selection of works spanning over 40…

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Construction Commences on Uptown ATX, A 66-Acre Mixed-Use Community in Austin, with Public Space Design by SWA/Balsley with Coleman & Associates

 Rendering Courtesy of Brandywine Realty Trust Austin, TX (March 15, 2022) – Construction is officially underway on the $3 billion, 66-acre master-planned Uptown ATX neighborhood, whose public realm is designed by SWA/Balsley with Coleman & Associates. The new project will introduce…

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RISD’s First Black Biennial Now on View

A month-long, student-curated exhibition brings together artists and designers of color from RISD and beyond to illuminate the diversity of the Black experience. Photo by Jo Sittenfeld Providence, RI (March 15, 2022) – RISD’s first-ever Black Biennial kicked off on Friday evening with a…

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Forman Arts Initiative and Philadelphia Foundation Announce Opening of Grant Application Period for Art Works

Forman Arts Initiative and Philadelphia Foundation  Announce Opening of Grant Application Period for Art Works  Increased artist awards, experiential workshops, and professional consulting services strengthen grant program in its second year Philadelphia, PA –  Forman Arts Initiative (FAI) and Philadelphia…

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Howl! Announces Bobby Grossman: “Low Fidelity”

Bobby Grossman Low Fidelity April 16 – May 29, 2022 Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16, 6 – 9 PM Howl! Arts / Howl! Archive 250 Bowery, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10012 Bobby Grossman had the foresight to bring his camera…

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Friedman Benda / “The New Figuration” Curated by Glenn Adamson, March 28-April 19, 2022

New York, NY (March 9, 2022) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present The New Figuration, curated by Glenn Adamson. Including works by seven contemporary practitioners, the exhibition considers the current propulsion towards figurative representation in design, and more broadly, probes the…

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Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents James Rosenquist: “Painting Below Zero”

Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents James Rosenquist: Painting Below Zero March 11 – April 11, 2022 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M309, Palm Beach, Florida James Rosenquist, Time Blades—Learning Curves, 2007. Oil on canvas. 102 x 258 inches (259.1 x 655.3cm).   New York,…

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Adaptive Re-use of 1980’s Corporate Campus in Silicon Valley by WRNS Studio and SWA Group Injects Urban Energy into Heart of Suburbia

Image courtesy of SWA Group Mountain View, CA (March 2, 2022) – Located on a seventeen-acre campus one mile from the City of Mountain View’s downtown core and one mile from public transit, Evelyn Avenue Workplace needed not only a facelift,…

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WRNS Studio to Design University Health Services Building at Princeton University

New York City, NY (February 8, 2022) – WRNS Studio has been selected to design the new University Health Services (UHS) Building at Princeton University. The project is slated to transform not only service delivery but to also enhance the overall experience…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Announces Claudia Bitrán: “Stereotypies”

Claudia Bitrán: Stereotypies March 11 – April 16, 2022 at Cristin Tierney Gallery Opening Reception: March 11, 6 – 8 PM Claudia Bitrán, Britney Portraits 7, 2021. Oil on canvas. 17 x 14 inches (43.2 x 35.6 cm). New York (February 24,…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Anjuli Nanda Diamond as Artistic Director

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation  Announces Anjuli Nanda Diamond as Artistic Director   NEW YORK, NY – February 22, 2022 – The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to announce the promotion of Anjuli Nanda Diamond to Artistic…

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Galerie Lelong Presents Michelle Stuart, Opening February 24

MICHELLE STUART The Imprints of Time: 1969-2021 February 24 – March 26, 2022 Opening Thursday, February 24, from 10:00am to 7:00pm The artist will be in attendance from 5pm Michelle Stuart, Extinct, 1992. Plants, seeds, and hand-printing on rice paper, mounted…

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New Book “An Incomplete Archive of Activist Art” Now Available for Purchase

An Incomplete Archive of Activist Art Published by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation On stands February 15, 2022 Available for purchase on Amazon February 24, 2022 In this enlightening and empowering book, the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation underscores…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation At The 8th Floor Presents Articulating Activism: Works from the Shelley and Donal Rubin Private Collection

The 8th Floor 17 West 17th Street, NYC (Between 5th and 6th Avenues) March 3 – June 18, 2022 Protest and anger practically always derives from hope, and the shouting out against injustice is always in the hope of those…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Curatorial Open Call

NEW YORK, NY – February 10, 2022 – The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is excited to announce the first in a series of open calls, providing curators, academics, and art historians a platform to stage an exhibition at the…

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Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Announces Robert Rauschenberg Catalogue Raisonné Plans

New York, NY – February 1, 2022 – The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is pleased to announce the commencement of the Robert Rauschenberg Catalogue Raisonné. In keeping with the spirit of radical innovation and broad inclusiveness that drove Rauschenberg’s artistic endeavors, the project will be unlike…

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Acquavella Galleries Palm Beach Presents Miquel Barceló

Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents Miquel Barceló: Miquel Barceló February 5 – March 7, 2022 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M309, Palm Beach, Florida Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by acclaimed Spanish artist Miquel Barceló….

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Warhol Museum Launches TikTok Account Managed by Local Teens

AS PART OF ITS GROWING WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM LAUNCHES DEDICATED TIKTOK ACCOUNT MANAGED BY LOCAL TEENS The Andy Warhol Museum recenrly launched launched a TikTok social media page managed by high school students as a part…

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The Andy Warhol Museum Announces Paola Pivi: I Want It All

THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM ANNOUNCES PAOLA PIVI: I WANT IT ALL OPENING APRIL 22, 2022 The Andy Warhol Museum announces Paola Pivi: I Want It All, on view April 22 – August 15, 2022. Celebrated today for her provocative eccentricity, Paola…

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Howl Arts Announces Mark Cooper – Unbounded: Angels in the Nursery

Mark Cooper Unbounded: Angels in the Nursery February 26 – April 9, 2022 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 26th 6 – 9 PM Howl! Happening: 6 East 1st Street, New York Howl! Happening is pleased to present Mark Cooper’s fantastical and…

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Howl Arts Presents Janie Heath &Friends

February 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2022 at 8PM Expect the spontaneity of a party when Howl Arts gives Janie Heath an open channel to introduce her work and that of some of her fascinating friends. Heath hosts the &Friends series every Tuesday in February….

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Howl Arts Awarded Major Grant from the New York State Council on the Arts

Howl Arts Inc is pleased to announce that. is the recipient of a grant award totaling $49,500 from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) to support the recovery of the nonprofit arts and culture sector. Following New…

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Howl! Happening Presents Helen Oliver “The Open Road”

January 15 – February 20, 2022 Helen Oliver The Open Road There is a theatrical quality to Helen Oliver’s paintings, their scale and earthy palette recalling, in one glance, those eerily charmed circus or movie marquee posters of yesteryear. This…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Announces John Wood and Paul Harrison: Building Things

Times Square Arts Midnight Moment January 1-31, 2022, at 11:57pm nightly Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to announce that John Wood and Paul Harrison’s new video Building Things will premiere in Times Square Arts’ Midnight Moment program in January 2022….

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FRIEDMAN BENDA LOS ANGELES I THE ENDLESS SUMMER FEB 20 – MAR 26

Courtesy of Friedman Benda and Carmen D’Apollonio Photography by Marten Elder  Courtesy of Friedman Benda and gt2P  Courtesy of Friedman Benda and Faye Toogood Photography by Angus Mill  Los Angeles (January 18, 2022) — Albertz Benda and Friedman Benda are pleased…

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Friedman Benda / ORTAMIKLOS RELATIONS

  New York (January 5, 2022) — Friedman Benda is pleased to present, Relations, an in-depth look into the creative duo OrtaMiklos and the designers Leo Orta and Victor Miklos Anderson. The exhibition offers insight into Orta and Miklos, who decided to separate…

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Lauren Shapiro Wins $20,000 Juror’s Choice Award and Chris Friday Wins $5,000 GMCVB’s People’s Choice Award at No Vacancy, Miami Beach

Miami Beach, FL — The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA) is pleased to announce the No Vacancy 2021 Juror’s Choice Award has been presented to Lauren Shapiro and the Greater…

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Crystal Williams Named 18th President of Rhode Island School of Design

Crystal Williams Named 18th President of Rhode Island School of Design A teacher, leader, advocate, poet, and Boston University’s current vice president and associate provost for community & inclusion, Williams believes that education, art and design, and commitments to equity and justice…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE REINTRODUCES COLONY SQUARE, A SIX-ACRE DEVELOPMENT REVITALIZING MIDTOWN ATLANTA

BEYER BLINDER BELLE REINTRODUCES COLONY SQUARE, A SIX-ACRE DEVELOPMENT REVITALIZING MIDTOWN ATLANTA Renowned for its work reviving America’s urban cores, Beyer Blinder Belle reinvents a mid-century mixed-use complex with an enclosed mall into an open-air destination. December 16, 2021 (New York,…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA I Accidents Will Happen / Creative Salvage

New York, NY (December 6, 2021) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present its eighth annual guest-curated exhibition, Accidents Will Happen: Creative Salvage, 1981–1991. Curated by Gareth Williams, who co-authored Cut & Shut: The History of Creative Salvage with Nick Wright, the exhibition…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Winter 2022 Programming

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to announce its Winter 2022 series of programs presented in conjunction with Kindred Solidarities: Queer Community and Chosen Families, on view at The 8th Floor through January 22, 2022. Featured events include: Documenting Kiki Family: The Explosion of Ballroom, a discussion…

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Luca Buvoli, “Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles (An Introduction)” Curated by John G. Hanhardt

January 28 – March 5, 2022 Opening Reception: January 28, 6:00 – 8:00 pm 219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002   Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to announce Astrodoubt and the Quarantine Chronicles (An Introduction), an exhibition of…

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Acquavella Galleries at Art Basel Miami Beach 2021

Presenting a selection of modern and contemporary masterworks works and related paintings from Tom Sachs Rocket Factory NFT Project The gallery will feature artists Miquel Barceló, Jean-Michel Basquiat, George Condo, Mark Grotjahn, Keith Haring, Willem de Kooning, Damian Loeb, Wayne…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Seasonal Exhibition Space at Paradise Plaza

Galerie Lelong & Co. looks forward to returning to the Miami Design District with a new seasonal exhibition space at Paradise Plaza from end of November 2021 through January 2022. On November 29th, the gallery will open with Common Borders, a…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. at Art Basel: Miami Beach

For Art Basel Miami Beach 2021, Galerie Lelong & Co., New York & Paris are pleased to present works by Etel Adnan, Leonardo Drew, Günther Förg, Ficre Ghebreyesus, Alfredo Jaar, Samuel Levi Jones, Jannis Kounellis, Ana Mendieta, Jaume Plensa, Zilia…

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Barbara London Calling Launches Season Two of Podcast Series

Featuring Leading and Emerging Artists working in art, media and new technology, Season Two Addresses the Future of Art’s Regeneration Season Two Launches December 1, 2021 via Apple Podcasts and Spotify Curator and author Barbara London is pleased to announce…

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NEW YORK CITY AIDS MEMORIAL OBSERVES WORLD AIDS DAY 2021 FEATURING A SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATION BY JEAN-MICHEL OTHONIEL AND OTHER COMMEMORATIVE EVENTS

December 1, 2021 5:00-6:30 PM 5:00 PM: Poetry Reading and Candle Lighting 6:00 PM: Out of Darkness Candlelight Vigil NYC AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle, Greenwich Avenue & West 12th Street The New York City AIDS Memorial is…

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City of Miami Beach No Vacancy, Miami Beach Returns Ten Artists Creating Site-Specific Projects in Ten Unique Hotels

The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA) is pleased to announce the second iteration of No Vacancy, Miami Beach, with extended viewing November 18 through December 9, 2021. No Vacancy is a…

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SWA GROUP COMPLETES BAYFRONT REDEVELOPMENT OPEN SPACE MASTER PLAN IN JERSEY CITY, CATALYST FOR ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION

SWA GROUP COMPLETES BAYFRONT REDEVELOPMENT OPEN SPACE MASTER PLAN IN JERSEY CITY, CATALYST FOR ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION The project represents a paradigm shift towards more sustainable, resilient, and equitable local development. New York, NY (November 16, 2021) — Occupying a formerly contaminated…

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SWA GROUP RECOGNIZED WITH ELEVEN ASLA 2021 DESIGN AWARDS

SWA GROUP RECOGNIZED WITH ELEVEN ASLA 2021 DESIGN AWARDS These newly-awarded parks unite communities with thoughtful common ground.  San Francisco, CA (November 11, 2021) –  Eleven award-winning projects from SWA Group show how landscape and the creation of a thoughtful “common ground” can…

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ALBERTZ BENDA + LOS ANGELES OPENING

Los Angeles, CA – (October 26, 2021) – Friedman Benda and albertz benda are pleased to announce the opening of a new permanent space on November 20, 2021. Situated on Marmont Lane in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, this marks both galleries’ expansion…

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Beyer Blinder Belle Completes Renovation and Expansion of D.C. Modern Gothic Landmark, the National Presbyterian Church

The renovation honors the iconic building while providing modern upgrades, improving accessibility, and revitalizing the surrounding public space October 19, 2021 (Washington, DC) —  Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) announces the completion of the renovation and expansion of the National Presbyterian Church in…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA PRESENTS: MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES UPBEAT

New York, NY (October 14, 2021) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Upbeat, Michael Anastassiades’ debut solo-exhibition with the gallery and first solo show in the United States. A seminal figure in contemporary design, Anastassiades is internationally renowned for his precisely considered forms that delicately balance…

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Ahmed Alsoudani: Bitter Fruit at The Fabric Workshop & Museum

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Ahmed Alsoudani: Bitter Fruit, on view from November 12, 2021 through May 1, 2022. The culmination of the artist’s two-year residency, the exhibition will debut a new body of sculptural works created…

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Reading the Art World Podcast Now Available on All Major Streaming Services

Megan Fox Kelly Art Advisory is pleased to announce the launch of its podcast episodes of Reading the Art World, now available on all major podcast platforms including Apple and Spotify. Reading the Art World features interviews between Megan Fox…

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Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents Tangerine A Collaboration with Canada Gallery, New York

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Tangerine, a group exhibition of five contemporary artists presented in collaboration with Canada, a New York artist run space, at its Palm Beach location. Tangerine features the work of contemporary artists Katherine Bradford, Elisabeth…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Presents: Kindred Solidarities: Queer Community and Chosen Families

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to present Kindred Solidarities: Queer Community and Chosen Families, a group exhibition reflecting on chosen familial structures in the context of queer culture, expanding beyond the notion of a heteronormative, nuclear, or government…

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Alumni Artists Launch RISD Limited Editions Sale to Benefit RISD Students

PROVIDENCE, RI (September 28, 2021) – Rhode Island School of Design’s (RISD) new RISD Limited Editions biannual sale is an exciting, alumni-led chapter in the college’s tradition of supporting artists and designers. Developed to support RISD students with high financial…

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Donors Invest $25 Million in RISD’s Future

PROVIDENCE, RI (September 21, 2021) – The Division of Institutional Advancement is pleased to announce that RISD alumni, families and friends have invested more than $25 million in gifts and pledges to RISD during fiscal year 2021, making this the…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE ANNOUNCE GROUNDBREAKING OF GALLERY 64, MIXED USE MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE HOME OF RUBELL MUSEUM ON HISTORIC SITE

September 15, 2021 (Washington, DC)—  Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners (BBB) announce the design and groundbreaking of Gallery 64, a new 12-story residential building providing 492 units of housing. Gallery 64 will anchor the renovation and redevelopment of the historic 2.7-acre…

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SWA/BALSLEY’S NELSON MANDELA PARK MASTER PLAN ASLA-NY 2021 DESIGN AWARD

(New York, NY) September 21, 2021 – SWA/Balsley’s Nelson Mandela Park Master Plan in Rotterdam, Netherlands, was named a winner of 2021 Design Awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects, New York City Chapter. The annual program recognizes excellence in…

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DESIGN MIAMI/ BASEL II A MIDSUMMER’S NIGHT SEPT 20 – 26 2021

New York, NY – (September 16, 2021) For Friedman Benda’s participation at Design Miami/ Basel (September 20-26, 2021), the gallery will present a setting inspired by A Midsummer’s Night. In a group exhibition layered with intrigue and inuendo, each work…

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SALON ART + DESIGN BOOTH B1 / NOV 11 – NOV 15, 2021

New York, NY (September 28, 2021) – Inspired by a theme of renewal, Friedman Benda’s presentation in the 10th anniversary of Salon Art + Design will focus on new explorations from established and emerging voices at the forefront of design who reassess the classical boundaries…

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RISD Completes Quad Block Enhancement Project with Reopening of Homer and South Hall Residences

PROVIDENCE, RI (September 7, 2021) – Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) has completed renovations to its Homer and South Hall residences, marking the end of phase three of the multiyear Quad block enhancement project, which includes multiple housing structures and a…

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SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES A BLOCK PARTY FEATURING OVER 40 ARTISTS AS A PART OF ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS & SPECIAL EVENTS

Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, one of the country’s foremost educational experiences for artists, marks its 75th Anniversary with a public Block Party and series of events and special projects. On Saturday, October 9, 2021, a Block Party will…

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RISD Welcomes New Hires Focused on Race and Decolonization

PROVIDENCE, RI (September 15, 2021) – Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) – As part of RISD’s continuing social equity and inclusion efforts, a cohort of new full-time faculty members focused on race, colonization, decolonization, post-coloniality, cultural representation and material practices of resistance…

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NOW OPEN AT FRIEDMAN BENDA : Daniel Arsham’s Objects for Living II

Daniel Arsham’s Objects for Living II opened last Thursday, September 9 and will be on view through September 25. While spending extensive time this past year at home in lockdown and in the face of a new work from home…

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Revolutionary Artist Dread Scott Creates First Video and Performance Art NFT: White Male for Sale

New York (September 14) – On October 1, following the September opening of We’re Going to End Slavery. Join  Us!, Dread Scott’s first solo gallery exhibition in more than 20 years, Cristin Tierney Gallery and  Christie’s announce the auction of the artist’s new conceptual NFT project, White Male…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Pablo Picasso: Seven Decades of Drawing

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Seven Decades of Drawing, a survey of significant drawings by painter, draftsman, sculptor, printmaker, and ceramicist, Pablo Picasso. Curated by Olivier Berggruen, the show features over 80 drawings spanning seven decades of the artist’s…

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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Announces New Podcast: Articulated: Dispatches from the Archives of American Art

The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, is pleased to announce Articulated: Dispatches from the Archives of American Art, a new podcast series showcasing one of the oldest, largest, and most respected oral history collections in the world. The series…

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Across three art institutions, retrospective explores the career and influence of Larry Day

Presented during his centennial year, Body Language: The Art of Larry Day explores the Philadelphia-based artist’s shift from abstraction into figuration and his impact on the city’s cultural fabric. PHILADELPHIA (August 18, 2021) — This fall, three venerable Philadelphia-area institutions…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents:Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: Blood Moon

Philadelphia, PA, August 13, 2021— The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: Blood Moon, on view from September 24, 2021 through February 20, 2022. As the culmination of the artists’ two-year…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Presents: Dread Scott: We’re Going to End Slavery. Join Us!

Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Dread Scott‘s first solo gallery exhibition in 20 years entitled We’re Going to End Slavery. Join Us!. The exhibition features large-scale performance stills and flags from the artist’s 2019 community-engaged performance project Slave Rebellion Reenactment, and opens…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA PRESENTS INI ARCHIBONG: HIEROPHANY

Friedman Benda is pleased to present Hierophany, designer Ini Archibong’s first solo gallery exhibition. Hierophany marks the culmination of an ongoing four-year collaboration with the gallery and the first time this comprehensive body of work by Archibong will be on public view. Combining…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE ANNOUNCES OPENING OF NEW HASTINGS HALL, PART OF THE RENEWAL PLAN FOR UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY’s 100-YEAR-OLD CAMPUS

 Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) announces the opening of Hastings Hall, fully renovated graduate housing for the Union Theological Seminary (UTS) campus in New York City. The renovation is one of the first projects undertaken by the institution following BBB’s comprehensive UTS Campus…

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RISD Interior Architecture students propose innovative designs for adding pedestrian and cycling lanes to iconic Pell Bridge

  PROVIDENCE, RI (August 2, 2021) – Rhode Island School of Design’s Interior Architecture students have created innovative design proposals to add pedestrian and cycling lanes to Pell Bridge, an iconic suspension bridge connecting Newport and Jamestown, RI. When the state of Rhode Island completed the iconic Newport Bridge in…

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LIVE PERFORMANCE: ‘TALES OF IMMENSITY’

LIVE PERFORMANCE: ‘TALES OF IMMENSITY’ Curated by Dan Handel and Tal Erez: Featuring design objects by Misha Kahn, virtual environments by artist Shawn Maximo, and dance by choreographer Renana Raz Tuesday, July 27th, 12PM EDT Friedman Benda and Manifest Institute are pleased…

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‘An Incomplete Archive of Activist Art’ Published by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation

An Incomplete Archive of Activist Art Published by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation In this enlightening and empowering book, the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation underscores its commitment to social justice issues, global equity, and their history in promoting…

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Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present New Prints and Editions

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present New Prints and Editions, a group exhibition featuring six of the gallery’s artists: Etel Adnan, Leonardo Drew, Samuel Levi Jones, Jaume Plensa, Kate Shepherd, and Barthélémy Toguo. Known for their…

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The Archives of American Art and the Holt/Smithson Foundation are delighted to announce Nancy Holt’s bequest of her works of art to the Foundation and her papers and other related materials to the Archives.

The papers of Nancy Holt (1938–2014), a founding member of the earth, land, and conceptual art movements, will now be a part of the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art. Holt’s papers document the development of her art and ideas…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE ANNOUNCES KEVIN STORM AS PARTNER OF FIRM

    Beyer Blinder Belle announces Kevin Storm, AIA, AICP, LEED AP, as a Partner of the firm. Since first joining Beyer Blinder Belle in 2000, Storm has pursued creative solutions grounded in open-minded collaboration, empathetic engagement, historic awareness, and civic responsibility. He…

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DANIEL ARSHAM – OBJECTS FOR LIVING: COLLECTION II

Friedman Benda is pleased to present Objects forLiving: Collection II, Daniel Arsham’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Arsham, whose approach has included art, architecture, performance, fashion, and film, poetically blends multiple universes into his ambitious design practice. Through this exhibition,…

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Megan Fox Kelly Announces Reading the Art World, A New Live Interview Series and Podcast with Leading Art World Authors

Megan Fox Kelly Art Advisory is pleased to announce Reading the Art World, a live interview and podcast series with leading art world authors launching on June 29, 2021. Reading the Art World presents interviews between Megan Fox Kelly and…

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SWA GROUP ANNOUNCE APPROVAL OF WINNING DESIGN FOR THE SANDY HOOK PERMANENT MEMORIAL

International landscape architecture, planning, and urban design firm SWA Group announce the approval of their design, “The Clearing,” which after a five-year process of site selection and development of memorial criteria, was selected unanimously by the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial…

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Galerie Lelong & Co., New York Presents Juan Uslé: HORIZONTAL LIGHT.

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present our first solo exhibition with Juan Uslé, entitled HORIZONTAL LIGHT. Over a fourdecade career, Uslé has established a distinctive pictorial grammar; gestural brushstrokes systematically applied in tandem with his heartbeat…

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Cristin Tierney Gallery Presents: Slightly Surreal Suburbia

Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Slightly Surreal Suburbia, a two-person exhibition with Joan Linder and Maureen O’Leary. The show features new paintings by O’Leary alongside works on paper and sculptures by Linder. Slightly Surreal Suburbia opens Friday, June 18th, and continues…

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SWA Group Announces Collaboration with SouthEast Development Group on Riverfront Jacksonville, a comprehensive mixed-use development

International landscape architecture, planning, and urban design firm SWA Group announce their design of the public outdoor spaces for Riverfront Jacksonville, a $1.1 billion, mixed-use master plan created by SouthEast Development Group along the St. Johns River in Florida. The…

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ARCHITECTS MECANOO AND BEYER BLINDER BELLE REVITALIZE NEW YORK’S LARGEST CIRCULATING BRANCH, THE STRAVROS NIARCHOS FOUNDATION LIBRARY

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL) is New York’s new central circulating library, designed by Dutch architecture firm Mecanoo in collaboration with Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners. Built within the 1914 shell and steel frame of the Mid-Manhattan Library…

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SWA GROUP REVEALS FINAL DESIGN FOR ‘MEMORIAL AT HARVEY MILK PLAZA’ IN ADVANCE OF SAN FRANCISCO’S PRIDE WEEKEND

In alignment with San Francisco’s Pride Month celebrations, SWA Group has revealed the final design for The Memorial at Harvey Milk Plaza in San Francisco, CA, in honor of the legacy of visionary civil and human rights leader Harvey Milk….

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CARMEN D’APOLLONIO: DON’T WAKE THE SNAKE JULY 15 – AUGUST 3

Friedman Benda is pleased to announce Don’t Wake the Snake, Los Angeles-based Swiss artist Carmen D’Apollonio’s first solo exhibition. Self-taught in the ceramics discipline, D’Apollonio’s Don’t Wake the Snake is a culmination of the 7-year development of her studio practice….

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Alois Kronschlaeger: Kind of Blue at Cristin Tierney Gallery

Alois Kronschlaeger Kind of Blue May 21 – June 30, 2021 Opening Reception: May 21, by appointment 219 Bowery, 1st Floor New York, NY 10002 Cristin Tierney Gallery is pleased to present Kind of Blue, a temporary immersive installation by Alois Kronschlaeger in a former…

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Wood and Harrison: Bored at Cristin Tierney Gallery

Boredom as a subject has a significant legacy in contemporary art. Bruce Naumann has returned to it again and again. John Baldessari famously promised not to make any more “boring art” and artists as diverse as John Cage, Andy Warhol,…

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Virgil Abloh to Deliver Keynote Address at Rhode Island School of Design 2021 Commencement

PROVIDENCE, RI – On Saturday, June 5, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) will award degrees to 403 undergraduate and 212 graduate students, celebrating the achievements and perseverance of the Class of 2021. The day will begin with a fully…

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NASA FUNDS RISD SPACE DESIGN: PROPOSALS FOR DESIGN SOLUTIONS IN OUTER SPACE

PROVIDENCE, RI (April 8, 2021) – Rhode Island School of Design’s (RISD) recently launched Space Design club announces three proposed solutions to outer space design challenges that have been accepted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Two projects have already received funding from the…

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Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents Impressionist, Modern, Post-War Masters

Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents Impressionist, Modern, Post-War Masters April 1 – May 28, 2021 Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Impressionist, Modern, and Post-War Masters, an exhibition tracking the evolution of artistic movements and generations of artists dating…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Jacob El Hanani: Recent Works on Canvas

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present new works on canvas by American Israeli artist Jacob El Hanani. A tribute to the artist’s mastery of abstraction through his painstaking pen-and-ink drawings, this will be Acquavella’s third exhibition dedicated to the artist….

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE-DESIGNED RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS CONTRIBUTE TO GROWING WESTCHESTER APPEAL

Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) announces three mixed-use, residential developments located in Westchester County, New York – 14 LeCount Place, New Rochelle; 25 Maple Avenue, New Rochelle; and Kirby Commons, Mount Kisco. All three developments incorporate contemporary style and amenities, provide an…

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RISD Announces First-Generation to College Pre-Orientation Program

This summer, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) will pilot a new, multifaceted, two-week on-campus experience designed to support undergraduate students whose parents did not attend or complete college. Supported through gifts to the Presidential Initiatives Fund, the RISD First-Generation…

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The Fabric Workshop & Museum Presents: Hard/Cover

Hard/Cover April 9 – September 26, 2021 Virtual Opening: Friday, April 9, 6:00pm The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Hard/Cover, on view from April 9 to September 26, 2021. A collaboration with Philadelphia’s Clay Studio, the exhibition includes important…

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THE BEYER BLINDER BELLE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2021 FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENT

The Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation is pleased to announce William Hansen as the recipient of the 2021 John Belle Travel Fellowship. The Fellowship will support William, a graduate student at the University of British Columbia, in his investigation of the…

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Galerie Lelong & Co., New York Presents: Tariku Shiferaw “It’s a love thang, it’s a joy thang”

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present It’s a love thang, it’s a joy thang, our first solo exhibition with Tariku Shiferaw. Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and currently based in New York City, Shiferaw’s practice of mark-making references the…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA AND APARTAMENTO PUBLISHING RELEASE FIRST BOOK OF THREE-PART SERIES ON INDIVIDUAL DESIGN COLLECTIONS

Today, Apartamento Publishing and Friedman Benda announce their collaboration and release of Faye Toogood: Assemblage 6: Unlearning, the first book in a three-part series that focuses on individual collections by international designers and, just as importantly, the ideas that gave them life. This new…

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Skowhegan Celebrates its 75th Anniversary..and launches a microsite

We are excited to kick-off Skowhegan’s 75th Anniversary with a microsite dedicated to Skowhegan’s legacy and impact. We invite you to visit our website, which will be regularly updated with news and events over the course of 2021. Read About Skowhegan’s…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Artists in ‘Miami Beach Open House’ on View Through Summer 2021

— Initiative Artists Creating Projects in Vacant Miami Beach Retail Spaces— The City of Miami Beach is pleased to announce the participating artists and properties for Miami Beach Open House, a city-led investment in the revitalization of its commercial corridors…

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THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION AWARDS GRANTS TO 27 NEW YORK CITY BASED CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS AS A PART OF ITS ART AND SOCIAL JUSTICE INITIATIVE

Vital support to be given to cultural leaders in artistic activism, grass-roots organizations, and community-based art spaces   The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to announce its 2021 cohort of grantees, following the sixth annual art and social…

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Acquavella Galleries in Palm Beach Presents: Tom Sachs: Work

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Tom Sachs: Work, the artist’s first solo exhibition in Florida. Tom Sachs: Work emphasizes the artist’s desire to revisit long-held themes and ideas over decades, revising and expanding upon them. He refers to these processes as…

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Rhode Island School of Design Announces Creation of New Professorship in Sustainability

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) announces it is creating the Houghton P. Metcalf Professorship in Sustainability, made possible by a generous gift to the school. Established through a donation from the Metcalf family, the new fully funded faculty position will allow RISD…

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SWA Group collaborate on Living Tribute to late Congressman John Lewis at his namesake Plaza in Atlanta’s Freedom Park

Through its master planning effort for Atlanta’s Freedom Park, SWA Group is participating in “Flowering Forest – A Tree Tribute to Civil Rights Leader John Lewis”, a collaborative, living memorial to the late Congressman and Civil Rights leader, to be…

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The Fabric Workshop & Museum Presents: Elisabeth Kley: Minutes of Sand

Philadelphia, PA, February 17, 2021 — The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Elisabeth Kley: Minutes of Sand, on view from March 5 to August 15, 2021. The exhibition is the artist’s first solo museum show and will feature an entirely new body of…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents: Mildred Thompson Throughlines: Assemblages and Works on Paper from the 1960s to the 1990s

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present Throughlines: Assemblages and Works on Paper from the 1960s to the 1990s, our second solo exhibition of works by Mildred Thompson and the late artist’s first presentation of this body of…

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SCOTT HENDERSON INC. UNVEILS DESIGN CONCEPT FOR PUBLIC SCULPTURE ‘ELEPHANTASM’

Scott Henderson Inc. announces the design of a conceptual sculpture entitled ELEPHANTASM to potentially live in the heart of Dumbo, New York City. If constructed, the sculpture aims to be installed this spring or summer, and would be displayed through…

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The Fabric Workshop & Museum Announces 2021-2022 Cohort of Artists-in-Residence

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to announce their full roster of Artists-in-Residence (AIRs) for the next two years, featuring 12 artists—including two artist collaboratives—working with the FWM Studio on a series of projects and culminating exhibitions. The…

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Friedman Benda presents ‘Performance’, a solo exhibition by British designer Paul Cocksedge

Friedman Benda is pleased to present British designer PaulCocksedge’s fourth solo show with the gallery entitled Performance. The exhibition explores the processes of craft with three bodies of work that capture and express their theatricality in material form: Performance, Push,…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Presents a Virtual Walkthrough of “To Cast Too Bold A Shadow” at The 8th Floor

Virtual Walkthrough of To Cast Too Bold A Shadow Now Available for Viewing Watch Virtual Tour ~ To Cast Too Bold A Shadow Extended to Saturday, February 6 The 8th Floor, 17 West 17th Street, NYC Wednesday to Saturday, 11am…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE COMPLETES MULTI-PHASE RESTORATION OF TWO CULTURAL LANDMARKS AS PART OF CAPITOL CROSSING PROJECT IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) announces the completion of the restoration and expansion of Holy Rosary Catholic Church and Adas Israel Synagogue. The restorations were coordinated with and integral aspects to the construction of Capitol Crossing: Property Group Partner’s (PGP) transformative 2.2 million…

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Friedman Benda announces opening of Pop Up gallery in Miami, from January 23–March 26

Friedman Benda is pleased to announce the opening of its Pop Up gallery in Miami, Florida, opening January 23 through March 26, 2021. The Pop Up exhibition highlights work from the gallery’s decade and a half history, representating both established…

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RISD’s Center for Complexity launches Horizon 2045, a 25-year project aimed at eliminating the threat of nuclear war

Rhode Island School of Design’s (RISD) Center for Complexity – a platform for transdisciplinary collaboration and innovation informed by global events and creative practices – announces the launch of Horizon 2045, a 25-year project aimed at eliminating the threat of nuclear war….

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Friedman Benda announces DNA, an online exhibition and collaborative essay project with Galerie kreo and Salon 94 Design

Friedman Benda is pleased to announce DNA, a collaborative project between Friedman Benda, Galerie kreo, and Salon 94 Design that provides a comprehensive approach with 28 designers, and 28 comparative essays by curator and writer Glenn Adamson. Launched on January 15th, DNA provides…

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FRANK K. LORD IV ANNOUNCES NEW ART LAW PRACTICE

Frank Lord announces the launch of his new art law practice based in New York City. With nearly twenty years of experience in the legal field combined with a Ph.D. in Art History, Lord utilizes his wide-ranging knowledge of the…

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Industrial Designer Scott Henderson Receives Top Recognition from Design Industry Award Programs Amid Unprecedented Year

Industrial designer Scott Henderson has been named the winner of the inaugural New York By Design, the new CBS television series for his reusable face shield design, ZShield Flex. The new series premiered in November 2020 and centered around New…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE ANNOUNCES ELIZABETH R. LEBER, AIA, LEED AP AS MANAGING PARTNER TO GUIDE FIRM’S VISION INTO NEXT GENERATION

Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) announces that Elizabeth R. Leber, AIA, LEED AP has become Managing Partner as of January 1, 2021. Leber takes on this new role as she begins her twentieth year at BBB. She is the fifth Managing Partner…

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The Rubin Foundation Presents: Figures: Rajkamal Kahlon, Joiri Minaya, and Betty Tompkins

Figures: Rajkamal Kahlon, Joiri Minaya, and Betty Tompkins Tuesday, January 19, 2021 1 to 2:30pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here Figures brings together Rajkamal Kahlon, Joiri Minaya, and Betty Tompkins in conversation about their works…

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Who Is Diversity For? Co-presented by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation and Asian American Arts Alliance

Who Is Diversity For? Co-presented by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation and Asian American Arts Alliance Thursday, January 14, 2021 6 to 7:30pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here Reflecting on current philanthropic practices, Who…

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The Fabric Workshop & Museum Reopens Today with Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash

The Fabric Workshop & Museum  Reopens today with: Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash January 5, 2021 – June 6, 2021 The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) reopened today with Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash, on view from through June 6, 2021. The exhibition…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA PRESENTS JONATHAN TRAYTE: MelonMelon Tangerine

New York, NY (December 21, 2020) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present MelonMelonTangerine, British artist Jonathan Trayte’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Informed by Trayte’s recent 2000-mile road trip through the Western United States, MelonMelonTangerine offers an outsider’s perspective…

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French Artist Duo Scenocosme Wins $5,000 People’s Choice Award at No Vacancy, Miami Beach

French Artist Duo Scenocosme Wins $5,000 People’s Choice Award at No Vacancy, Miami Beach The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA) is pleased to announce that the No Vacancy People’s Choice…

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Acquavella Galleries Palm Beach Presents “Wayne Thiebaud” On View December 20, 2020 – February 20, 2021

“[Painting] is a wonderful combination of memory, imagination, and direct observation. A lot has to do with yearning. Primarily, what I’m interested in and always have been is this wonderful, personally involving search to find out all I can about…

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FRIEDMAN BENDA ANNOUNCES PARTICIPATION OF FAYE TOOGOOD & EREZ NEVI PANA IN THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA TRIENNIAL 2020

New York, NY (December 8, 2020) – Friedman Benda is pleased to announce the participation of two of the gallery’s designers, Faye Toogood and Erez Nevi Pana, in The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Triennial 2020. Exploring some of the most globally relevant and…

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City of Miami Beach Adds Sanford Biggers to Collection Through Legacy Purchase Program

City Adds to Public Art Collection Sanford Biggers at OVR: Miami Beach – Art Basel’s December Edition of Online Viewing Rooms —Based Upon a Public Vote — The City of Miami Beach is pleased to announce that it has acquired…

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Artist Collaborative Die-Cast Awarded $20,000 Juried Prize at No Vacancy, Miami Beach

Artist Collaborative Die-Cast Awarded $20,000 Juried Prize at No Vacancy, Miami Beach The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA) is pleased to announce that the No Vacancy Juried Prize has been…

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Friedman Benda presents SPLIT PERSONALITY, its 7th annual guest-curated exhibition, curated by Alice Stori Liechtenstein

Friedman Benda is pleased to present its seventh annual guest-curated exhibition Split Personality. Curated by Alice Stori Liechtenstein, independent curator and founder of Schloss Hollenegg for Design, the exhibition explores how functional objects undergo a process of mutation to acquire…

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Galerie St. Etienne Presents: Sue Coe & Stephen F. Eisenman in Conversation

Rebuilding Democracy  A post-election conversation between artist Sue Coe and art historian Stephen F. Eisenman Wednesday, December 2 6:00 PM EST Flaring tempers and deep divisions among parties, candidates, and citizens characterized the 2020 presidential race, from the earliest stages…

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The Skowhegan Alliance is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works Skowhegan Alumni made during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic.

The Skowhegan Alliance is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works Skowhegan Alumni made during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic. Juried by Xinyi Cheng (A’14), Yui Kugimiya (A’10), and Jagdeep Raina (A’17), this is the first exhibition of its kind…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Presents support structures

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to present support structures, a virtual group exhibition curated by danilo machado featuring artists from Art Beyond Sight’s Art and Disability Residency (ADR). The artists in the exhibition – Lizzy De Vita,…

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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Announces Pandemic Oral History Project: A Collection of Interviews with American Artists and Art World Luminaries Living and Working Through the Dual Pandemic

The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution is pleased to announce the launch of the Pandemic Oral History Project, a series of 85 newly conducted interviews of American artists and art world figures living and working through the seismic events of…

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City of Miami Beach Announces Launch of No Vacancy, Miami Beach

City of Miami Beach Announces Launch of No Vacancy, Miami Beach Ten Artists Creating Site-Specific Projects in Ten Imaginative Hotels Art Week Miami Beach, December 2–12, 2020 The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE REVITALIZES HISTORIC FRANKLIN SCHOOL, NEW HOME TO D.C.’S INAUGURAL LANGUAGE-ARTS MUSEUM, PLANET WORD

Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) announces that Planet Word, a revolutionary museum dedicated to the power, beauty, and fun of language, opened to the public on October 22nd. The Museum is housed in D.C.’s historic and long-vacant Franklin School, which was revitalized by Beyer Blinder Belle. Planet Word…

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RISD Participates in Microsoft Virtual Reality Study Aimed at Developing an Immersive Classroom Environment That Meets the Needs of Artists and Designers

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) announces their participation in a Microsoft virtual reality study aimed at developing an immersive classroom environment that meets the needs of artists and designers. The study’s goal is to identify the strengths and weaknesses of…

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HUNTER’S POINT SOUTH WATERFRONT PARK AWARDED 2020 ULI NEW YORK AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DEVELOPMENT & AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN

SWA/BALSLEY announces that Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park – one of New York City’s most ambitious parkland developments in decades – has been awarded a 2020 ULI New York Awards for Excellence, in the “Excellence in Civic Development” category, and…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation and Independent Curators International co-present: A Discussion on Maria Rapicavoli’s New Film The Other: a familiar story

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 6 to 7:30pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here This event will center on a screening of Maria D. Rapicavoli’s newly commissioned film The Other: a familiar story, followed by a conversation…

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Co-presented by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation and Asian American Arts Alliance: What Does Racial Diversity Look Like in a Race-Specific Organization? A Conversation with Sade Lythcott, Jafreen Uddin, and Natalia Viera, Moderated by Rebecca Kelly Golfman

Thursday, November 19, 2020 6 to 7:30pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here In this moment of Covid-19 and renewed public awareness of racial injustice, accounts of racism have proliferated, from targeting Asian American communities in…

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From Touch Sanitation (1979-1980) to For ⟶ forever… (2020): Two Works by Mierle Laderman Ukeles Respond to a City in Crisis

Thursday, November 12, 2020 1 to 2:30pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here The Queens Museum, in partnership with the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, presents a conversation with artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles, SDRF Executive and…

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Tom Sachs: Handmade Paintings at Acquavella Galleries

Tom Sachs: Handmade Paintings at Acquavella Galleries November 5–December 18, 2020 Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Tom Sachs: Handmade Paintings, an exhibition of new paintings by Tom Sachs. Over the years, Sachs has become known for his larger-than-life sculptures…

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Acquavella Galleries at TEFAF Online 2020

Acquavella Galleries at TEFAF Online 2020 November 1–4, 2020 www.tefaf.com/fairs/tefaf-online Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce its presentation for the inaugural edition of TEFAF Online. For the masterpiece format the gallery will present Paul Cézanne’s Jeune fille à la poupée…

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Galerie Lelong & Co., New York presents Etel Adnan: Seasons

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present Etel Adnan: Seasons, our second solo exhibition with the artist. The exhibition will show recent works by the artist, including wool tapestries, leporellos, and paintings. Known for her distinctive abstract landscapes conveyed…

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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Acquires the Art in General Records

The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, has acquired the archive of the noted New York arts nonprofit, Art in General, which recently announced its closure following nearly forty years of operation. Since its founding, Art in General has been…

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Galerie St. Etienne Presents: Election 2020: A Sue Coe Print Sale

Election 2020 Sue Coe Linocuts  Due to high demand, we’ve simplified the process for purchasing prints by artist-activist Sue Coe. Organized in tandem with Sue Coe: It Can Happen Here, Election 2020 features 23 linocuts created by Coe in response to the Trump…

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The Rubin Foundation Presents: Political Drag: A Retrospective – Martha Wilson in Conversation with Sara Reisman

Political Drag: A Retrospective – Martha Wilson in Conversation with Sara Reisman Thursday, October 29, 2020 6 to 7:30pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here As part of our Performance-in-Place series, this video screening and public conversation features…

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Hear Me: Voices of the Epidemic to debut at the New York City AIDS Memorial on World AIDS Day, 2020

Hear Me: Voices of the Epidemic to debut at the New York City AIDS Memorial on World AIDS Day, 2020 This open-space experiential sound-and-light based installation will run for thirty consecutive evenings beginning Tuesday, December 1 New York City AIDS…

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Announces Fall and Winter Programming

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to announce its Fall and Winter events season presented by The 8th Floor, an interdisciplinary space established in 2010 by the Rubin family, dedicated to exploring the intersection of art, culture, and philanthropy through public engagement. In conjunction…

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FWM Receives Grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage to Support New Project by Philadelphia Artist Jayson Musson

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) has been granted $323,520 in funding from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage in support of His History of Art, an interdisciplinary project by contemporary artist Jayson Musson. The Project grant is for $269,600 plus an…

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Rhode Island School of Design Launches “Race in Art & Design” Cluster Hire Search

As part of its commitment to address institutional racism and advance social equity, RISD is hiring 10 new faculty as part of a cluster hire initiative focused on race and decolonization in art and design.    In response to student…

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THE GALERIE ST. ETIENNE ANNOUNCES “POLITICAL CANINES” NEW T-SHIRT BY ARTIST-ACTIVIST SUE COE TO BENEFIT VOTE.ORG

In an effort to increase voter turnout and preserve democracy in advance to the 2020 presidential election, the Galerie St. Etienne and British-American artist Sue Coe have launched a t-shirt fundraiser for Vote.org. In conjunction with the exhibition Sue Coe:…

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Acquavella Galleries to Open Palm Beach Exhibition Space

Acquavella Galleries to Open Palm Beach Exhibition Space Opening November 1, 2020 Acquavella Galleries announced today its plan to open an additional exhibition location this fall in Palm Beach, Florida. The exhibition space will be located within the Royal Poinciana…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash

Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash November 20, 2020 – June 6, 2021 Virtual Media Preview: November 19, 2020 The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash, on view from November 20, 2020 through…

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Friedman Benda presents ‘WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN’, November 5–December 12, 2020

On November 5, Friedman Benda will open an expansive exhibition called What Would Have Been. On the heels of a tumultuous and unprecedented cycle of global events, the gallery will share a trove of design from over 30 studios originally…

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The Rubin Foundation Presents “Performance-in-Place: Disappearing Acts @ 50 by LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs

Performance-in-Place: Disappearing Acts @ 50 by LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs Tuesday, September 22, 2020 6 to 7pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here   LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs is a writer, vocalist and sound artist who performed disappearing…

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WRNS STUDIO COMPLETES TWO BUILDINGS FOR EL CAMINO HEALTH PART OF MOUNTAIN VIEW CAMPUS EXPANSION MASTER PLAN

WRNS Studio has completed two buildings for El Camino Health (ECH) – Behavioral Health Services Taube Pavilion (BHS) and Integrated Medical Sobrato Pavilion – as part of its Mountain View campus Master Plan. Both projects leverage innovations in patient-centered care,…

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Rhode Island School of Design Completes Phase Two of Quad Block Enhancement Project with Reopening of Nickerson Hall

PROVIDENCE, RI (September 14, 2020) – Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) has completed renovations to its Nickerson Hall residence, marking the end of phase two of the multiyear Quad block enhancement project, which includes multiple housing structures and a dining…

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Acquavella Galleries to Present “Tom Sachs: Handmade Paintings” November 5–December 18, 2020

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce that they will present an exhibition of recent paintings by Tom Sachs from 2019-2020. Although painting has been a focus of the artist’s practice since the mid-1990s, Tom Sachs: Handmade Paintings, which will feature…

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The Galerie St. Etienne Presents Sue Coe: It Can Happen Here

The Galerie St. Etienne is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of works by British-American artist Sue Coe. Titled It Can Happen Here, the exhibition examines Coe’s decades-long practice of critiquing the American political establishment and other global societal issues….

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Galerie Lelong Presents Ficre Ghebreyesus: Gate to the Blue, Virtual Toast with Elizabeth Alexander and Jason Moran

FICRE GHEBREYESUS Gate to the Blue September 10 – October 24, 2020 Opening reception: Thursday, September 10, 2020 from 10:00am – 5:30pm (limited entry)   Virtual Toast and Conversation with Elizabeth Alexander and Jason Moran: 6:00pm – 7:00pm (RSVP on…

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Galerie Lelong Conversations: Leonardo Drew with Mary Sabbatino

GALERIE LELONG CONVERSATIONS Leonardo Drew with Mary Sabbatino Wednesday, September 2, 2020 2:00pm – 3:00pm (EST) RSVP via Zoom   Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to announce an upcoming dialogue between the artist Leonardo Drew and Mary…

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Friedman Benda presents DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 54: DOMITILLA DARDI

Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson (Wednesdays) and designer Stephen Burks (Fridays). Conversations are held on Zoom for 1 hour, beginning at 11AM EDT, including a…

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Friedman Benda presents DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 53: SIMONE LEAMON & EWAN MCEOIN

Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson (Wednesdays) and designer Stephen Burks (Fridays). Conversations are held on Zoom for 1 hour, beginning at 11AM EDT, including a…

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Andy Goldsworthy’s New Installation “Red Flags” for Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center

“The closeness of one flagpole to another means that in certain winds the flags might overlap in a continuous flowing line. My hope is that these flags will be raised to mark a different kind of defense of the land.”…

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The Rubin Foundation Presents: “Performance-in-Place: Hotline by Aliza Shvarts” and Tuesday, September 8 for “Conversation between Aliza Shvarts and Sara Reisman”

Performance-in-Place: Hotline by Aliza Shvarts Hotline open from Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at 12am to Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 11:59pm EST Hotline # to be released on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 here Conversation between Aliza Shvarts and Sara Reisman Tuesday, September 8,…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Masterworks: From Cézanne to Thiebaud

Acquavella Galleries Presents Masterworks: From Cézanne to Thiebaud September 10 – October 16, 2020 Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Masterworks: From Cézanne to Thiebaud, a group exhibition on display as the gallery reopens September 10–October 16. On view will…

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Friedman Benda presents DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 52: EKENE IJEOMA

Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson (Wednesdays) and designer Stephen Burks (Fridays). Conversations are held on Zoom for 1 hour, beginning at 11AM EDT, including a…

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Friedman Benda presents DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 51: DAN BARBER + GREGG MOORE

Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson (Wednesdays) and designer Stephen Burks (Fridays). Conversations are held on Zoom for 1 hour, beginning at 11AM EDT, including a…

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Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture will hold a public virtual celebration in lieu of its 49th annual Awards Dinner

SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE ANNOUNCES VIRTUAL 2020 AWARDS Honoring El Anatsui, Foundation for Art & Preservation in Embassies, and Barbara Hunt McLanahan Wednesday, September 16 at 7:30 PM Webcast Premiere   WHAT: Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture will hold a…

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Friedman Benda presents DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 50: BYRON & DEXTER PEART

Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson and designer Stephen Burks. Conversations are held on Zoom for 1 hour, beginning at 11AM EDT, including a participatory…

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Howl! Happening Presents: “Bringing Back Bowery: Public Art as Protest” Pop Up Exhibition

Bringing Back Bowery: Public Art as Protest Curated by Sono Kuwayama Presented by Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project August 13–August 23, 2020 Open Thursday–Sunday | 11 AM–6 PM Limited Entry With the recent landscape of plywood, the vibrancy of…

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Drawings from the Marron Collection to be co-presented by Acquavella Galleries, Gagosian, and Pace Gallery at Pace’s space in East Hampton

Works on Paper from a Distinguished Private Collection Drawings from the Marron Collection to be co-presented by Acquavella Galleries, Gagosian, and Pace Gallery at Pace’s space in East Hampton August 12–20, 2020 68 Park Place East Hampton, New York Acquavella…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents: A Summer Like No Other

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present A Summer Like No Other, an online group exhibition featuring artworks personally selected by members of the gallery’s team. Presenting works made between 1966 to 2020, the collaborative selection responds to…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Samara Golden: Upstairs at Steve’s

Samara Golden: Upstairs at Steve’s September 10, 2020 – January 31, 2021 Virtual Media Preview: September 9, 2020 Renowned Los Angeles-based artist Samara Golden collaborates with FWM to create elaborate installation The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to…

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Galerie Lelong Conversations: Kate Shepherd with Mary Sabbatino

Kate Shepherd with Mary Sabbatino Tuesday, July 28, 2020 2:00pm – 3:00pm (EST) RSVP via Zoom   Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to announce an upcoming dialogue between the artist Kate Shepherd and Mary Sabbatino for “Galerie Lelong Conversations,” a series…

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WRNS Studio Designs Healthy, Inspirational Workplace for Century-Old Okland Construction in Salt Lake City

WRNS Studio has completed the renovation and expansion of the corporate headquarters for Salt Lake City-based Okland Construction. With roots that reach back to 1918, Okland Construction is a privately held, family-owned business that has left its mark of craftsmanship…

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The Rubin Foundation Presents: To Cast Too Bold a Shadow

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is pleased to present To Cast Too Bold a Shadow, a thematic exhibition that examines culturally entrenched forms of misogyny as a means to understand the dynamics between sexism, gender, and feminism. This exhibition, celebrating the 100th anniversary of…

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President Somerson Announces Actions to Advance Social Equity at RISD

Rhode Island School of Design President Rosanne Somerson announced actions to advance social equity at RISD through a letter addressed to the RISD Community. The letter reads as follows: Dear RISD Community, Over recent weeks BIPOC students, faculty, staff and alumni have voiced…

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SWA SELECTED AS MASTER PLANNER FOR FREEDOM PARK IN ATLANTA, GA

The Freedom Park Conservancy announces the selection of the Houston-based studio of the world renowned landscape architecture firm, SWA Group, for the master plan of Freedom Park, a 200+ acre public park adjacent to downtown Atlanta and home to the…

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Galerie St. Etienne Presents “Transitional Positions” Curated by Eric Fischl

 The Galerie St. Etienne is pleased to announce Transitional Positions, an online group exhibition of the gallery’s mainstay German and Austrian Expressionists, alongside contemporary female masters of figurative painting, curated by Eric Fischl. The exhibition will be on view July 7 – September…

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Designer Stephen Burks joins ‘Design in Dialogue’ as a host, interviewing guests with an emphasis on voices of diversity in the design community

Friedman Benda is pleased to announce that beginning in July, designer Stephen Burks will be joining Design in Dialogue as a host. Stephen Burks will appear weekly on Fridays, inviting and interviewing guests with a particular emphasis on voices of…

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The Galerie St. Etienne is Reopening by Appointment

The Galerie St. Etienne will be open three days a week, Tuesdays through Thursdays, starting July 7 and through September 3, 2020. Visitors will be admitted by appointment only, and only with masks. The gallery will provide guests with hand sanitizer…

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SWA/Balsley Designs Paveletskaya Plaza in Moscow, a Model of Landscape Urbanism and Placemaking

Prominently located at the front door of Moscow’s historic train station, the new Paveletskaya Plaza is poised to become the city’s next great urban park and public attraction. The innovative design collaboration by SWA/Balsley and 5+design won an invited international competition with a…

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Friedman Benda presents ‘Assemblage 6: Unlearning’ by Faye Toogood on September 10

Friedman Benda is pleased to present British artist Faye Toogood’s second solo exhibition at the gallery, Assemblage 6: Unlearning, opening September 10, 2020. Assemblage 6 marks a dramatic rupture in Faye Toogood’s creative trajectory, in which she has set out to ‘unlearn’ the…

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Galerie Lelong Conversations: Jaume Plensa with Mary Sabbatino

Jaume Plensa with Mary Sabbatino Thursday, July 9, 2020 2:00pm – 3:00pm (EST) RSVP via Zoom Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to announce “Galerie Lelong Conversations,” a series of talks between the gallery’s artists and Mary Sabbatino,…

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Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is Re-opening by Appointment

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is re-opening by appointment three days a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The gallery will re-open beginning Tuesday, June 30, 2020 and through the month of July. To ensure the health and safety…

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‘OrtaMiklos: 6 acts of confinement’ at Friedman Benda

Friedman Benda is pleased to present OrtaMiklos: 6 acts of confinement, the first US solo exhibition of the French and Danish creative duo. In 6 acts of confinement, OrtaMiklos debuts a new body of work divided into six discrete scenes…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Senior Show 2020 Now On View

Graduating seniors now living in various locations around the world came together virtually for what may be their final collective project: the RISD Senior Show 2020. Featuring the work of more than 300 students in 16 undergraduate majors, the exhibition…

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SWA Group Designs ‘The Promenade On Forest’, a Pandemic-Age Pedestrian Plaza with Dining, Shopping and Safe Gathering Spaces in Laguna Beach

As cities across the United States start to reopen more businesses in a time COVID-19, the City of Laguna Beach, CA, has collaborated with SWA Group, internationally renowned landscape and urban design firm, to transform its famous Forest Avenue in the…

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The Rubin Foundation Presents: ‘Performance-in-Place: From the Personal Collection of Eileen Myles”

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Presents: “Performance-in-Place: From the Personal Collection of Eileen Myles” Tuesday, June 30, 2020 8pm EST This event will be held on Zoom RSVP Here Poet and novelist Eileen Myles will lead a tour of their…

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Howl Arts Presents “Reclaiming the Dream: The Unfinished Business of Queer Liberation and the Movement for Black Lives”

A Community Dialogue with Ann Northrop, Cypha, Lola Flash, and Jay W. Walker   Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project Thursday, June 25, 2020 Time: 7 PM Register on Eventbrite HERE Zoom Link  “When I dare to be powerful—to use…

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Hyundai Motor Group and Rhode Island School of Design Announce Collaboration to Study Future Mobility Innovations Inspired by Nature

Hyundai Motor Group and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) today announced a research collaboration to examine relationships among natural and built environments in order to propose new directions for the future of mobility. The study expands on the smart mobility vision announced…

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Rhode Island School of Design Announces 2020–2021 Reopening Plan

  Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) plans to open this fall with students on campus in a de-densified model. This decision comes after RISD, like many colleges and universities across the world, implemented a remote learning model for the latter…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Jaume Plensa: April is the cruelest month

April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain. Winter kept us warm, covering Earth in forgetful snow, feeding A little life with dried tubers. — excerpt…

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Acquavella Galleries at Art Basel Online Viewing Rooms Second Edition

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce its presentation for the second 2020 edition of Art Basel’s Online Viewing Room. The gallery will present The International Avant-Garde: From Mid-20th Century to Today, a selection of masterworks that traces the trajectory of…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Grad Show 2020 Now on View

Thesis work by students who recently completed master’s degrees at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) is now on view at 2020risdgrad.show. Grad Show 2020 invites viewers to experience an expansive range of exploration by emerging artists and designers. The digital publication includes work by…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. on Art Basel Online Viewing Room

Galerie Lelong & Co. (Paris and New York) are delighted to announce our participation in Art Basel’s second iteration of Online Viewing Rooms, a digital platform designed to connect galleries and collectors from around the world. An Unexpected Spring (“un Printemps…

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BEYER BLINDER BELLE LAUNCHES BBB ‘UNIVERSITY’

Beyer Blinder Belle has launched BBB ‘University’, a homegrown initiative that provides staff with training in emerging technologies and explores new project approaches and delivery methods. Created during difficult times and changes in the business environment, BBB Uni is one of several…

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RISD Interior Architecture Students Envision Bold New Alternatives for the Iconic and Long-Vacant “Superman Building”

With an iconic building in Providence approaching its eighth year of vacancy, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) students in a spring studio titled Saving Superman focused on bringing it back to life. Built in 1928 at the then-impressive height of…

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Galerie Lelong is matching your donations to The Bail Project and The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI)

Dear friends, For all of us, the past months have been a challenging time as we navigate life in a global pandemic. But for many it has proven tragic. The crisis has exacerbated and made more visible systemic injustice and…

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Howl! Happening: Allen Ginsberg Festival

Wednesday, June 3–Saturday, June 6, 2020 / 7:00 PM ALLEN GINSBERG FESTIVAL Original Films and Highlights of Readings, Performances, and Music Celebrating Ginsberg’s Birthday   Everything is holy! everybody’s holy! everywhere is holy! everyday is an eternity! Every[one’s] an angel!​ ​—…

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Galerie St. Etienne Presents an Exhibition to Benefit The Coalition for the Homeless

Galerie St. Etienne is pleased to announce an online group exhibition of works by Sue Coe, Oskar Kokoschka, Käthe Kollwitz, Alfred Kubin and Egon Schiele. All profits from the sale will be donated to The Coalition for the Homeless, to…

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Rhode Island School of Design Celebrates the Class of 2020

On Saturday, May 30, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) will honor the 457 undergraduate and 207 graduate students earning their degrees this spring. The global virtual celebration featuring a video tribute to the class of 2020 will go live…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 21: Joris Laarman

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 21: Joris Laarman Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas….

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Panel Discussion on “Irrigation Veins: Ana Mendieta and Carolee Schneemann” with Sabine Breitwieser, João Paulo Siqueira Lopes, Wendy Olsoff, Mary Sabbatino

Irrigation Veins: Ana Mendieta and Carolee Schneemann Selected Works 1966 – 1983 Panel Discussion With Sabine Breitwieser, Wendy Olsoff, and Mary Sabbatino Moderated by João Paulo Siqueira Lopes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:00pm (EST) Click here to register Irrigation Veins: Ana Mendieta…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 20: Aric Chen

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 20: Aric Chen Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas….

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 19: Alexandra Lange

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 19: Alexandra Lange Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas….

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 18: Adam Silverman

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 18 Adam Silverman Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas….

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Juan Uslé Now Represented by Galerie Lelong & Co., New York

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to now represent Juan Uslé (b. 1954). Represented by the Paris location of the gallery since 2011, Uslé’s relationship with the gallery will now extend to New York. A selection of the…

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City of Miami Beach Launches Emergency Cultural Arts Fund

City of Miami Beach Launches Emergency Cultural Arts Fund –  $1M Support to Sustain Local Cultural Institutions – The COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in unprecedented financial loss to cultural organizations nationwide. To date, Miami Beach based cultural organizations are collectively…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 17: Darrin Alfred, Monica Obniski, Bobbye Tigerman

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 17: Darrin Alfred (Denver Art Museum) Monica Obniski (High Museum of Art) Bobbye Tigerman (LACMA) Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from…

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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Announces the Appointments of Ben Gillespie as Oral Historian and Jacob Proctor as the Gilbert and Ann Kinney New York Collector

The Archives of American Art is pleased to announce the appointments of Ben Gillespie, as oral historian and Jacob Proctor as the Gilbert and Ann Kinney New York Collector. Gillespie and Proctor will both be based in the Archives’ New…

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Acquavella Galleries Opens New Online Viewing Rooms

Acquavella Galleries Opens New Online Viewing Rooms: Sculpture by Joan Miró, Drawings by Jacob El Hanani, And a Selection of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Masterworks Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of three new online viewing rooms, with…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 16: Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 16. Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 14: Stephen Burks

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 14. Stephen Burks Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas….

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 13: Sarah Schleuning

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 13. Sarah Schleuning Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas….

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Acquavella Galleries at Frieze Viewing Room 2020

Acquavella Galleries at Frieze New York Frieze Viewing Room Preview Days May 6–7; Public Days May 8–15, 2020 Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce its presentations for the 2020 edition of Frieze New York’s online viewing room. The gallery will…

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Grow Your Collection and Support Skowhegan on #GivingTuesday

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture is excited to announce two new editions by Skowhegan alumni Derrick Adams (A ‘02, F ‘13) and Julia Haft-Candell (A ‘16) available on our website for purchase. Derrick and Julia continue Skowhegan’s rich tradition of alumni and faculty artists who…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Michelle Stuart’s Sculptural Books, Frieze Viewing Room 2020

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to announce a solo presentation of sculptural book works by Michelle Stuart for Frieze Viewing Room in collaboration with Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Beverly Hills. This presentation is part of Frieze New…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Andy Goldsworthy’s Recent Photographs and Films on Frieze Viewing Room 2020

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, looks forward to the future installation of Andy Goldsworthy’s monumental piece for Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center. In our viewing room, we are pleased to present a selection of recent film and photographic works…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 11: James Wines

Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45…

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Eva Hesse | Hannah Wilke: Erotic Abstraction Hardcover Catalogue

With Essays by Jo Applin, Michael Findlay, Eleanor Nairne, Amy Tobin and Anne Wagner Foreword by Eleanor Acquavella An in-depth look at these two pioneering American artists, whose influential work paved a new direction for post-Minimalist and feminist art in…

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Friedman Benda presents ‘6 acts of confinement’, first solo exhibition by creative duo OrtaMiklos | June 25th

Friedman Benda is pleased to present OrtaMiklos: 6 acts of confinement, the first US solo exhibition of the French and Danish creative duo. In 6 acts of confinements, OrtaMiklos debuts a new body of work divided into six discrete scenes with each act…

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Galerie St. Etienne to Launch Microsite for Youth Style Featuring Early 20th Century Austrian and German Posters from the Collection of Merrill C. Berman

Galerie St. Etienne will launch a new microsite dedicated to their upcoming exhibition Youth Style, which focuses on the Jugendstil art movement. Premiering on April 30, the site is tailored to highlight the notably large format of Jugendstil posters, and…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 10: Alexandra Cunningham Cameron

Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45…

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In the Face of COVID-19, Rhode Island School of Design Implements Remote Teaching & Learning Practices

PROVIDENCE, RI (April 29, 2020) – With the campus shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rhode Island School of Design has transitioned to remote teaching and learning for the remainder of the spring semester. Within a matter of days, RISD…

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Friedman Benda presents Design In Dialogue with Ron Arad

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 8. Ron Arad Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations…

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SWA GROUP INVITES PARTICIPATION IN EARTH DAY GALLERY AS PART OF “NATURE WORKS” CAMPAIGN

On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, International landscape architecture firm SWA Group invites the public to participate in Nature Works, its new digital campaign aimed to bring solace to the public amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.  The campaign provides beautiful…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 7: OrtaMiklos

Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45 minutes +…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 6: Najla El Zein

Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45 minutes +…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 5 with Humberto Campana

Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45 minutes +…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 4: Faye Toogood

Friedman Benda continues Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45 minutes +…

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Howl! Announces Somethin’ to Say & Howl at Home Workshop Series

Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project is pleased to announce two new digital initiatives that invite the creative community to circulate ideas, generate discussion and celebrate creativity. Somethin’ to Say is a 24/7 video hub on Howl’s homepage, updated weekly…

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Galerie Lelong & Co Presents: Red

Presenting works by Etel Adnan, Sarah Cain, Petah Coyne, Angelo Filomeno, Ficre Ghebreyesus, Andy Goldsworthy, Jane Hammond, Alfredo Jaar, Samuel Levi Jones, Rosemary Laing, Nalini Malani, Cildo Meireles, Ana Mendieta, Hélio Oiticica, Yoko Ono, Jaume Plensa, Kate Shepherd, Nancy Spero,…

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Friedman Benda presents Design in Dialogue Episode 2: Chris Schanck

Friedman Benda announces Design in Dialogue, a series of online interviews hosted by curator and historian Glenn Adamson. Join leading voices from the field—designers, makers, critics, and curators—as they discuss their work and ideas. Conversations are held on Zoom for 45 minutes + 15…

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Rhode Island School of Design Community Confer Virtually to Address Nationwide Shortage of Personal Protective Equipment Due to COVID-19

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) students, alumni and faculty are conferring virtually about creative ways to meet worldwide demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical personnel across the United States. A recent report in the Washington Post indicates…

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Friedman Benda announces Design in Dialogue, a new video interview series hosted by design critic Glenn Adamson

DESIGN IN DIALOGUE – Episode 1. Misha Kahn We are thrilled to launch today Design in Dialogue, Friedman Benda’s new video interview series hosted by design critic Glenn Adamson. Occurring every Wednesday @ 11am EST, Design in Dialogue will feature interviews with the gallery’s roster of designers. Each episode will be followed by a public Q&A, allowing viewers to…

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A note to our media colleagues from John Melick

Dear media colleagues, Over the last several years, the art, culture and design media has experienced a financial roller coaster ride as many in our sectors have diverted parts of their ad budgets to digital content as the expectations of audiences have shifted. With some sense of stability only…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Will Use Facilities and Staff to Create and Donate Masks to Assist in Citywide COVID-19 Response

In support of its constituents and the greater Philadelphia community that it serves, The Fabric Workshop and Museum has announced that its Studio Team of fabricators and other FWM employees will now be dedicated to producing masks and other useful…

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Tour ‘Surveillance’ with Kate Shepherd at Galerie Lelong & Co

Galerie Lelong & Co. presents a new artist walkthrough: Kate Shepherd on her current solo exhibition “Surveillance” View the film here Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present an artist walkthrough by Kate Shepherd on her recently opened exhibition Surveillance which is…

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Skowhegan Awards Dinner Postponed

In the past several days, safety and health concerns surrounding the global spread of COVID-19 have elevated. At the direction of local health authorities and regulations limiting large gatherings, we must sadly reschedule our Awards Dinner to Wednesday, September 16,…

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Galerie St. Etienne Presents: Youth Style

Youth Style, an exhibition of important Jugendstil posters from turn-of-the-century Germany and Austria, will open at the Galerie St. Etienne on March 18. Presenting some 45 works from the near-encyclopedic collection of Merrill C. Berman, the exhibition includes rare posters…

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WRNS Studio Named to Fast Company’s Annual List of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020

WRNS Studio has been named to Fast Company’s prestigious annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020. The list honors the businesses making the most profound impact on both industry and culture, showcasing a variety of ways to…

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Rhode Island School of Design Opens First Newly Constructed Residence Hall in 34 Years

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) celebrates the opening of North Hall, the college’s first newly constructed residential facility to open in 34 years. The first cross-laminated timber (CLT)-steel hybrid residence hall in New England, the building is an innovative…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Kate Shepherd: ‘Surveillance’

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present Surveillance, a solo exhibition of work created in the past year by New York–based artist Kate Shepherd. Known for her richly colored paintings built with layers of monochromatic enamel, Shepherd here charts new…

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Rhode Island School of Design President Rosanne Somerson Receives 5-Year Extension

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) recently announced that the Board of Trustees has unanimously voted to extend President Rosanne Somerson’s appointment as the leader of the institution for an additional five years, to June 30, 2025. In 2015, after an extensive…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents “Samara Golden: Upstairs at Steve’s”

Samara Golden: Upstairs at Steve’s The Fabric Workshop and Museum April 3 – September 27, 2020 Renowned Los Angeles-based artist-in-residence transforms FWM’s eighth floor into an  immersive installation The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Samara Golden:…

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HOWL! HAPPENING OFFERS TWO EXHIBITIONS AT SPRING/BREAK 2020

HOWL! HAPPENING OFFERS TWO EXHIBITIONS AT SPRING/BREAK 2020 Scooter LaForge Please Don’t Feed the Animals Ori Carino and Lee Quiñones Unfolding Scooter LaForge Please Don’t Feed the Animals Curated by Joshua Nierodzinski Booth #1002 Please Don’t Feed the Animals by…

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Howl! Happening Presents Helen Oliver Adelson: The Road

Helen Oliver Adelson: The Road Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project 6 East First Street (between Bowery & 2nd Avenue) February 29 – April 12, 2020 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 29,  6 – 8pm Helen Oliver Adelson…embodies those values of individuality grounded in…

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DC Moore Gallery at ADAA: The Art Show 2020

For the 2020 iteration of ADAA: The Art Show, DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present a solo booth of the American artist Jane Wilson (1924- 2015) which will highlight a group of rare, large scale paintings from the 1980s…

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Sale of the Donald B. Marron Family Collection to be Handled by Acquavella Galleries, Gagosian and Pace Gallery in a Collaboration to Honor his Legacy

“Good contemporary art reflects the society, and great contemporary art anticipates.” —Donald B. Marron In an unprecedented move, Acquavella Galleries, Gagosian and Pace Gallery have joined forces with the Marron family to handle the sale of the Donald B. Marron…

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Call for Submissions: Announcing the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Correspondence Archive at the Archives of American Art

The Archives of American Art is pleased to announce that we will serve as the leading repository for the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Correspondence Archive. The artist’s correspondence—original letters, postcards, snapshots with notes, and other personal communications, sent to his friends, colleagues,…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Eva Hesse / Hannah Wilke: Erotic Abstraction On View April 2 – May 22, 2020

Acquavella Galleries Presents Eva Hesse / Hannah Wilke: Erotic Abstraction On View April 2 – May 22, 2020 Press Preview: April 1, 10 – 11 a.m. Opening Reception: April 1, 6 – 8 p.m.            …

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Bernd and Hilla Becher, Sarah Charlesworth, Sherrie Levine at Paula Cooper Gallery

Paula Cooper Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition of works by Bernd and Hilla Becher, Sarah Charlesworth, and Sherrie Levine, opening on Saturday, February 29 at 524 West 26th Street. Curated by Sherrie Levine, the exhibition brings together three…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents: Abstract Romare Bearden

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present Abstract Romare Bearden, featuring rarely-seen stain and collaged paintings from 1958-1962 by one of the most renowned visual artists of the 20th century. Also on view, will be selected works from earlier and later periods….

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Lorna Simpson: Spilling, Breaking Waves. February 14 – August 9, 2020

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Lorna Simpson: Spilling, Breaking Waves, on view February 14 through August 9, 2020. The exhibition features Standing in the water, a pivotal room-sized installation created during the artist’s 1994 residency…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. at The Art Show 2020

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to newly represent the Estate of Ficre Ghebreyesus and will debut his work with a solo booth at The Art Show 2020. This will be the first time that Ghebreyesus’s work is…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning breaks ground on a sustainable, mixed-use complex at 2050 Grand Concourse in the Bronx

The development will bring 96 units of affordable and supportive housing and will house the relocated headquarters of Unique People Services New York, NY — Construction began on a mixed-use, mixed-income development in the Bronx’s Fordham Heights. Designed by Magnusson Architecture…

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Friedman Benda Gallery presents at TEFAF Maastricht 2020: ‘Ettore Sottsass, Gaetano Pesce, Shiro Kuramata: 1950s–1970s’

March 5 – 15, 2020 For Friedman Benda’s inaugural participation at TEFAF Maastricht 2020, the gallery is pleased to present an overview of early key furniture and objects by Ettore Sottsass, Gaetano Pesce, and Shiro Kuramata. Through pivotal works rarely…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning Wins Multiple 2020 AIA Design Awards for St. Augustine Terrace and MLK Plaza

Only affordable housing project this year to be recognized by AIA New York City Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) announces the firm’s recognition by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as a leading firm in architectural excellence in New York…

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UNTITLED, ART San Francisco’s fourth edition welcomes new collectors in the Bay Area and features strong sales of historic artwork; Night Gallery wins inaugural eBay Booth Prize.

The fourth edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco closed on Sunday, after a week of welcoming collectors, museum directors and curators, art advisors, and a diverse audience to its most international edition to date. The fair continues its strong engagement…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents: Ja’Tovia Gary ‘flesh that needs to be loved’

Opening February 15, 2020, “flesh that needs to be loved” marks Ja’Tovia Gary’s inaugural exhibition at Paula Cooper Gallery. The presentation includes the East Coast premiere of THE GIVERNY SUITE, 2019—an immersive, three-channel extension of her acclaimed forty-minute film, The…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning Announce Completion of The Printhouse

Project brings 71 market rate and affordable units  targeted at young professionals seeking a more affordable urban lifestyle in New Rochelle, NY. Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) recently announced the completion of The Printhouse, a six-story, 68,300 sf mixed-use development….

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Friedman Benda presents Misha Kahn ‘Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces,’ opening February 27, 2020

Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces February 27 – April 4, 2020 New York, NY (January 13, 2020) – Friedman Benda is pleased to present Misha Kahn’s third solo show at the gallery. In Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces, the Brooklyn-based artist exploits…

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Paula Cooper Gallery at FOG Design + Art 2020

For the 2020 iteration of FOG Design + Art, Paula Cooper Gallery will present a booth of works featuring:  Carl Andre Tauba Auerbach Cecily Brown Sophie Calle Sarah Charlesworth Bruce Conner Mark di Suvero Sol Lewitt Christian Marclay Claes Oldenburg…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents: Dan Walsh

An exhibition of new work by Dan Walsh will examine the artist’s ever-expanding vocabulary of material, form and scale. On view will be paintings, works on paper, a wood carving, and a sculpture, whose geometric patterns and programmatic compositions lead…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Charles Burchfield: Solitude

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present Charles Burchfield: Solitude, an exhibition highlighting 14 works created predominantly between 1917 and 1957 that give visitors a remarkable opportunity to examine the artist’s vibrant landscapes, which reveal his luminous, spiritual interpretations of the…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Mary Frank: ¿Or Was it Like This?

DC Moore is pleased to present Mary Frank: ¿Or Was it Like This? an exhibition of new paintings by Mary Frank. The exhibition is Frank’s tenth solo show with the gallery and explores her decisive return to painting after a primary focus in…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Miró the Sculptor: Elements of Nature On View January 13 – February 28, 2020

May my sculptures be confused with the elements of nature,  trees, rocks, roots, mountains, plants, flowers… — Joan Miró Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Miró the Sculptor: Elements of Nature. Late in his storied career characterized by a lifelong…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Krzysztof Wodiczko: A House Divided

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present Krzysztof Wodiczko: A House Divided…, a new projection-installation work exploring contemporary political polarization in the United States and reflective of the world at large. This exhibition follows the opening of the artist’s most…

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Friedman Benda presents ‘Comfort’, curated by Omar Sosa

Comfort, Curated by Omar Sosa January 9 – February 15, 2020 Opening reception: Thursday, January 9, 2020, 6–8pm Press preview: January 9, 2020, 10am–12pm “We must rediscover for ourselves the mystery of comfort, for without it, our dwellings will indeed…

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Three affordable housing developments by Magnusson Architecture and Planning among the winners of New York State’s Buildings of Excellence Competition

The awarded projects exemplify MAP’s commitment to high standards for design, health and sustainability in affordable housing Three affordable housing developments designed by Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) were among the winners of the First Round of the Buildings of…

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BOHLIN CYWINSKI JACKSON DESIGNS NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR THE HENRY J. KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has partnered with the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) to design its headquarters in San Francisco’s China Basin neighborhood. Located just across the AT&T park, the new 26,700 square foot space is intended to meet the…

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UNTITLED, ART Closes with Solid Sales and Sold Out Booths, Emmanuel Van der Auwera wins Otazu Art Prize and other Highlights

Tuesday’s VIP and Press Preview brought the highest attendance since its inaugural edition in 2012, with 7,000 in attendance. Strong sales were reported to both familiar and new faces, private collections, and institutions. Numerous exhibitors reported sold out booths, including…

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Paula Cooper Gallery at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

At this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, Paula Cooper Gallery (Booth G10) will present a booth of artists featuring Tauba Auerbach, Jennifer Bartlett, Cecily Brown, Sarah Charlesworth, Liz Glynn, Meg Webster, among many others.  Contact: Abby Addams

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Galerie Lelong & Co. at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

Galerie Lelong & Co. (Booth F11) is pleased to present at Art Basel Miami Beach with works by Etel Adnan, Petah Coyne, Leonardo Drew, Günther Förg, Alfredo Jaar, Samuel Levi Jones, Jannis Kounellis, Ana Mendieta, Jaume Plensa, Zilia Sánchez, Michelle…

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DC Moore Gallery at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

Valerie Jaudon, Joyce Kozloff, and Robert Kushner are artists central to the groundbreaking Pattern & Decoration art movement of the 1970s. P&D was a feisty movement that began as a contrarian  embrace of cross-cultural traditions, nonwestern art, decorative arts and women’s traditional crafts….

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UNTITLED, ART Announces Exhibitor List for the Fourth Edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco

UNTITLED, ART Announces Exhibitor List, Expanded Ambassadors Committee, New Partnerships, and Writer in Residence, for the Fourth Edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco UNTITLED, ART is pleased to announce the nearly 60 international galleries and nonprofit arts organizations, from 12…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Duane Michals: Mischievous Eye

Coinciding with the Morgan Library & Museum’s expansive retrospective The Illusions of the Photographer: Duane Michals at the Morgan (through February 2, 2020), Duane Michals: Mischievous Eye highlights the artist’s wide-ranging curiosity and irreverent spirit with several groupings of recent works as well as…

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City of Miami Beach Art in Public Places Program to Unveil Bent Pool by Elmgreen & Dragset

Art in Public Places Program to Unveil Bent Pool by Elmgreen & Dragset Culmination of Six Large-Scale Works at Miami Beach Convention Center This winter the City of Miami Beach Art in Public Places Program will install Elmgreen & Dragset’s…

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Galerie Lelong Presents Eros by Zilia Sánchez

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present Eros, its second solo exhibition of Cuban artist Zilia Sánchez, timed to coincide with the artist’s first retrospective at El Museo del Barrio. Recalling the Greek god of love, the exhibition title encapsulates…

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The Galerie St. Etienne to Transition into The St. Etienne Foundation

After 80 years of championing German and Austrian expressionism and self- taught American artists, Galerie St. Etienne will be transitioning into a fully non-profit organization named The St. Etienne Foundation by the end of 2020. The recently formed St. Etienne…

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Friedman Benda announces collaboration with artist Daniel Arsham at Design Miami/

This year at Design Miami/, Friedman Benda will present an immersive installation by acclaimed artist Daniel Arsham in collaboration with the gallery. The latest project in his multi-disciplinary practice, Arsham breaks away from the traditional constraints of an art fair….

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SWA Group Designs Pacific Plaza Park in Downtown Dallas

SWA Group has designed Pacific Plaza, a new public park that transforms the experience of the central business district in downtown Dallas.  Pacific Plaza is the first of an ambitious four-park initiative spearheaded by Parks for Downtown Dallas in a…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning Announce Completion of Selis Manor

Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) announce the completion of Selis Manor, a tenant-in-place renovation of a 205-unit special needs apartment building serving a population that is blind and physically disabled. Located in Chelsea, the building consists of studio, 1- and…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning Announce Completion of Webster Green

Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) recently announced the completion of Webster Green, a $30 million affordable and supportive housing development in the Bedford Park neighborhood of the Bronx. The mixed-use affordable and supportive housing development provides apartments and supportive homes…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents Sophie Calle, Bruce Conner, Paul Pfeiffer

Major photographic series by Sophie Calle, Bruce Conner and Paul Pfeiffer will be presented in a group exhibition at Paula Cooper Gallery opening October 26, 2019. Together, the works challenge accepted histories, or construct new narratives, to engage notions of…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents Wayne Thiebaud: Mountains 1965-2019

Acquavella Galleries Presents Wayne Thiebaud: Mountains 1965-2019 On View November 5 – December 13, 2019 Opening Reception: November 4, 6 – 8pm Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Wayne Thiebaud: Mountains 1965-2019, featuring 33 works by the distinguished American painter….

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Announces Christina Vassallo as Executive Director

The Board of Directors of The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Christina Vassallo as its next Executive Director. She will replace Susan Talbott, who announced her retirement earlier this year. Vassallo joins FWM…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents an Exhibition of Works by Donald Judd and John Chamberlain

A two-person exhibition of work by John Chamberlain and Donald Judd, organized by Jim Jacobs and Paula Cooper Gallery, will open on November 2, 2019. The show will examine the artists’ parallel experimentation with material, form and color during the…

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The Octavian Report will present the 2nd Octavian Forum

WHAT: The Octavian Report will present the 2nd Octavian Forum WHEN: Wednesday, October 23, 9:00AM – 5:00PM WHERE: Sotheby’s, New York City, 1334 York Ave, New York, NY 10021 (between 71st & 72nd St.) WHO: Featured Forum Speakers: Bernard-Henri Lévy,…

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Galerie Lelong Presents: Ana Mendieta “La Tierra Habla”

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works from Ana Mendieta titled, La tierra habla (The Earth Speaks). Deeply affected by her exile from Cuba to the United States at just 12 years old, Mendieta made…

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SWA Designs Landscape & Public Realm for Chase Center, San Francisco’s New Arena & Entertainment District

People-centric landscape design supports the center’s programmed activities and creates a new major public open space for San Francisco  San Francisco, CA (October 2, 2019) – SWA’s San Francisco studio has designed the landscape for Chase Center, the new waterfront…

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Galerie St. Etienne Presents The Expressionist Legacy

The Expressionist Legacy, an exhibition of important works by celebrated German and Austrian Expressionists, will open at the Galerie St. Etienne on October 22 as the third and final exhibition celebrating the gallery’s 80th anniversary. The survey will feature some…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Robert Kushner: By My Window

Robert Kushner’s ongoing fascination with decorative and modernist traditions, the use of fabric as a form of cultural expression, and the interfacing of ‘high’ and ‘low’ traditions is evident in this sumptuous exhibition of new paintings. Robert Kushner: By My Window October…

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Atelier 4 Announces Annual Registrar of the Year Award to Celebrate 30th Anniversary

Art logistics company Atelier 4 announced today its launch of a Registrar of the Year Award as a feature of its 30th Anniversary celebrations. The national award is the first of its kind and celebrates an often underrecognized, unseen professional…

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Smithsonian Institution’s Archives Of American Art To Honor Artist Howardena Pindell, The American Academy Of Arts And Letters, And Art Historian Alexander Nemerov At 2019 Gala In New York City

October 22, 2019 Essex House 160 Central Park South, New York 6:30 PM Cocktails | 7:30 PM Dinner | 10:00 PM After Party The annual gala to benefit the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art will take place this year…

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UNTITLED, ART Announces Emily Counihan as Head of Collector and Institutional Development

UNTITLED, ART, the international, curated art fair is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Counihan as Head of Collector and Institutional Development. Counihan joins the UNTITLED, ART team with more than a decade of experience organizing art fairs and…

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dieFirma Announces Inaugural Exhibition: “…for Gloria Kisch”

dieFirma is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition “…for Gloria Kisch”, featuring the work of sculptor Gloria Kisch in a newly renovated exhibition space on Cooper Square. The show will center on two key series from Kisch’s 50- year career…

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SWA Group Chosen to Create Landscape Master Plan for Walmart Home Office

SWA Group (SWA) has been chosen to develop the overall landscape architectural design of the Walmart New Home Office Campus headquarters in Bentonville, AR. Part of the design team, which also includes Gensler, Walter P Moore and Arup, SWA Group…

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UNTITLED, ART Announces Exhibitor List, Guest Curator and Inaugural Writer in Residence

UNTITLED, ART, the international, curated art fair is pleased to announce its list of exhibitors for the eighth edition of UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach, taking place December 4–8, 2019. A collection of 126 international galleries and nonprofit spaces from 28…

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Friedman Benda announces design industry veteran Alex Gilbert as newest member of the gallery’s sales division

Friedman Benda is pleased to announce that design industry veteran Alex Gilbert will join the gallery’s sales team. With over 15 years of experience working at the intersection of design and technology, Gilbert was formerly a Vice President at Sotheby’s…

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Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Designs Largest Everlane Store to Date in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ) announces their design of Everlane’s newest and largest store to date in the heart of vibrant Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located at 104 North 6thStreet, the space is a redesign of an existing 1960s, two-story brick building. The store…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Board of Trustees Elects New Members

Shepard Fairey, Gabrielle Bullock, Shahzia Sikander, Norman Chan, Michael Rock and William Schweizer to serve as Term Trustees; Donald Choi, Deborah Mankiw named Ex Officio Trustees New York, NY (September 9, 2019) – Blue Medium is proud to announce the election of Shepard Fairey, Gabrielle…

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Rhode Island School of Design Presents Collection 19 at New York Fashion Week

(New York, NY) September 4, 2019 – Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) returns to New York with Collection 19, its fourth annual showing at New York Fashion Week (NYFW), featuring work by 17 recent Apparel Design graduates. The runway…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Jacolby Satterwhite: Room for Living September 13, 2019 – January 19, 2020

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Jacolby Satterwhite: Room for Living, on view September 13, 2019 through January 19, 2020. The opening reception will be held on Friday, September 13 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Collaborating…

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Amy O’Neill: The Zoo Revolution at Paula Cooper Gallery

On view from September 7 through October 12, 2019, is an exhibition of Amy O’Neill’s film The Zoo Revolution. Created between 2006 and 2019, the film combines original and found footage to examine the derelict remnants of twentieth-century Americana through a…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents: Yvonne Jacquette: Daytime in New York

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present Yvonne Jacquette: Daytime New York, an exhibition of recent paintings and pastels featuring the artist’s signature aerial views of New York City buildings, in the vibrant light of day. Jacquette has lived and worked…

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DC Moore Gallery presents: George Tooker: Contemplative Gaze

DC Moore Gallery is proud to present George Tooker: Contemplative Gaze, featuring a selection of paintings, drawings, and prints. Tooker (1920-2011) painted in egg tempera, and due to the careful process, requiring a thorough and precise application, he was not a…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents Technological Tool Racks by Liz Glynn

A selection of Technological Tool Racks by Liz Glynn will be presented in the gallery’s vitrine space at 529 West 21st Street from September 7 through October 12, 2019. For the past decade, Glynn has worked in sculpture, installation, and performance, examining…

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Veronica Ryan: The Weather Inside at Paula Cooper Gallery

An exhibition of work created by Veronica Ryan over the last ten years will open at Paula Cooper Gallery on September 7th, 2019. Born in Plymouth, Montserrat and raised in England, Ryan has engaged with issues of history, identity, dislocation,…

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Friedman Benda gallery presents ‘Gaetano Pesce: Age of Contaminations’ October 24 – December 14, 2019

Friedman Benda is pleased to present a critical survey of the Italian architect, designer and visionary Gaetano Pesce, examining the pivotal period of his career from 1968 to 1992. Age of Contaminations brings together rarely seen iconic works from key historic collections…

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Samuel Levi Jones: Mass Awakening at Galerie Lelong

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present Samuel Levi Jones: Mass Awakening, an exhibition that examines how the artist has broadened his scope of unmaking and remaking objects to question their moral and ethical implications. For the past decade, Jones…

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Archives of American Art Announces Major Gift of Records of Andrea Rosen Gallery

The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (the Archives), announced today that it has received a major gift of records from Andrea Rosen, the trailblazing art dealer whose eponymous gallery opened in 1990 in New York City. The 250 linear…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents The North American Premier of Christian Marclay: 48 War Movies

48 War Movies (2019) is a single-channel video that collapses conflicts from the Civil War to Iraq into a horrifying aggregate spectacle of war. Dramatizations are collaged into almost indistinguishable narratives and presented through concentric rectangles, like a flickering conveyor…

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Two Palms at The 2019 Korea International Art Fair

At the 2019 edition of the Korea International Art Fair, Two Palms will exhibit for the first time in South Korea, offering an array of works representative of the kind of boundary-pushing printmaking the studio has become known for, with…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning Expands Leadership Team With Three New Associate Principals

Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) recently announced the promotions of three Senior Associates – Sara Bayer, Joe Moyer and Jen Stencel – who will be joining Chris Jones as Associate Principals. The four will continue to manage many of the…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents the First US Solo Exhibition of Wang Yan Cheng September 11 – October 18, 2019

Acquavella Galleries Presents WANG YAN CHENG September 11 – October 18, 2019 Opening Reception September 10, 6-8 pm Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present their first exhibition of works by Wang Yan Cheng, from September 11 – October 18, 2019….

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Paula Cooper Gallery Announces Two New Appointments

Paula Cooper Gallery is pleased to announce the appointment of Suzanne Egeran as a Director, and Cara Zhuang (庄楷) as their representative in Asia. Egeran will be based in New York at their 26th Street location, and Zhuang will be based…

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Magnusson Architecture + Planning Announce Construction of “The Bryant,” a 100% Affordable-Housing Development in the Bronx

Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) recently announced the start of construction for The Bryant, a 62-unit affordable and supportive development in the Bronx. This is MAP’s second collaboration with the nonprofit developer New Destiny Housing, which will also provide support…

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Estate of Alice Leffmann Files Petition for Rehearing in Holocaust Restitution Case Against Metropolitan Museum of Art

Laurel Zuckerman, the Ancillary Administratrix of the estate of Alice Leffmann, today announced that she has filed a petition with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit requesting a panel rehearing and rehearing en banc before the…

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The Galerie St. Etienne Presents The Art Dealer as Scholar

The Art Dealer as Scholar, an exhibition of important works by Käthe Kollwitz, Alfred Kubin, and Egon Schiele, will open at the Galerie St. Etienne on July 16. The second of three exhibitions celebrating the Galerie St. Etienne’s 80th anniversary,…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents Non-Vicious Circle

“Non-Vicious Circle,” Paula Cooper Gallery’s summer show will present a selection of sculptures and installations by Sam Durant, Liz Glynn, Walid Raad, Kelley Walker, and Meg Webster. The exhibition takes its title from one of the works on view, a…

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Project 1 Announces New Commissions and Projects for Inaugural Edition

Project 1: Crossed Lines September 7 to October 27, 2019 Throughout Grand Rapids, MI Project 1 is pleased to announce the new works and commissions for the inaugural edition. Differing from traditional biennials, Project 1 will focus on five artists,…

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Magnusson Architecture + Planning Oversees Design For Expansion of Flatbush Caton Market

Magnusson Architecture + Planning (MAP) recently announced the ground-breaking for the expansive redevelopment of what is now the Flatbush Caton Market in Brooklyn. The project, called Caton Flats, will invigorate the predominantly Caribbean American neighborhood with improved facilities for local…

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Friedman Benda Presents Summer: A Group Exhibition

Friedman Benda will present Summer, a group exhibition opening Thursday, June 20th. A collaborative effort by the gallery staff, this curated exhibition highlights representations from practices at the intersection of art, design and craft. From iconic and historic objects to cutting-edge contemporary…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents The Unusual Suspects: Curated by Richard Kalina

DC Moore Gallery is proud to present The Unusual Suspects: A View of Abstraction, curated by Richard Kalina, and featuring work by twenty-one artists. There will be an Opening Reception Thursday, June 13th, 6-8pm A panel discussion moderated by Richard…

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Paula Cooper Gallery at Art Basel 2019

Paula Cooper Gallery in Booth B7 June 11–16, 2019 Hall 2 — Messe Basel Paula Cooper Gallery Art Basel | June 2019 The gallery is pleased to present works by gallery artists including Carl Andre, Tauba Auerbach, Jennifer Bartlett, Bernd…

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Friedman Benda Presents Andrea Branzi At Design Miami/Basel

“The distance between the natural world and the artificial world no longer exists today, because the latter has become second nature.  So when I gather together nature, techniques, industry, arts and crafts, high technology and archetypes, everything seems much clearer.”  -Andrea Branzi  For…

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Two Palms at Art Basel 2019

At the 2019 edition of Art Basel, Two Palms will present a selection of works by Mel Bochner, Cecily Brown, Carroll Dunham, Cameron Jamie, Jeff Koons, Chris Ofili, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince, Dana Schutz, Stanley Whitney, and Terry Winters. Making…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Presents Bill Viola: The Veiling

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to present Bill Viola: The Veiling, on view June 26 through October 6, 2019. The installation will be shown concurrently with a survey of works by the pioneering video artist at the…

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RISD 2019 Graduate Show and MFA Exhibitions in NYC

Last Week, the Rhode Island School of Design closed another installment of its annual Graduate Show. The show, held in the Rhode Island Convention Center was on view from May 23 -June 1. The 28,000 square foot convention center featured…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Now Represents Ja’Tovia Gary

Paula Cooper Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of the artist and filmmaker Ja’Tovia M. Gary (born in 1984 in Dallas, TX; lives and works in Brooklyn, NY). Gary’s work seeks to liberate the distorted histories through which Black…

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Bryan Stevenson, Calls on RISD Graduates to Change the World at 2019 Commencement

“There is something that feels more like equality, that feels more like freedom than what we’ve experienced…. We’ve got to change narratives…. we’ve got to change the world.”  Last weekend, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson,…

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Galerie St. Etienne at Art Basel 2019

At the 2019 edition of Art Basel, Switzerland, Galerie St. Etienne is pleased to present a selection of works by celebrated German and Austrian artists commemorating the gallery’s 80th anniversary. The artists on view­­ — including Egon Schiele, Käthe Kollwitz,…

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Acquavella Galleries at Art Basel 2019

Acquavella Galleries are pleased to announce their presentation for the 2019 edition of Art Basel. A highlight of this year’s booth is a 1987 enamel-on-aluminum mask by Keith Haring, one of only eight masks created by the artist. Two new…

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Johnson Favaro to Redesign Beverly Hills La Cienega Park

The new La Cienega Park Master Plan will include new outdoor and indoor recreation facilities, a community center, and pre-school in addition to expansion of ball fields, playgrounds, and park open space The City of Beverly Hills has selected Culver…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Leonardo Drew Solo Exhibition

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present Brooklyn-based artist Leonardo Drew’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. For the past 30 years, Drew has transformed varied new materials into expressive assemblage, often distressing raw ingredients to evoke the passage…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents David Novros

An exhibition of work by David Novros will open at Paula Cooper Gallery on May 11th, 2019, highlighting the breadth of his artistic production. In addition to several large-scale multipartite canvases—for which the artist is most well-known—the show will explore…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Furniture Design Department presents RISDXMABEO 2019 at ICFF

The department of Furniture Design at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) is pleased to present RISDXMABEO 2019 at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. RISDXMABEO recently debuted as part of the second edition of Ventura Future during Milan Design Week. The exhibition…

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Rhode Island School of Design Launches RISD Stands Against Gun Violence

In honor and remembrance of the victims of the rampant gun violence that plagues America, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) launched a multidisciplinary community response this month, marking the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre on April…

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Acquavella Galleries Presents “Damian Loeb: All Hope Is Lost” at Frieze New York 2019

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of a new body of work by Damian Loeb at Frieze New York this May. Titled All Hope Is Lost, the series depicts the solar eclipse that was visible from North…

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Frick Environmental Center Honored by AIA Committee on the Environment

The Frick Environmental Center, designed by architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, has received a prestigious 2019 Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top Ten Plus Award. Sponsored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on the Environment, this national honor is…

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Bryan Stevenson to Deliver Keynote Address at Rhode Island School of Design’s 2019 Commencement

On Saturday, June 1, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) will award degrees to 487 undergraduate and 214 graduate students at its 136th Commencement ceremony. Commencement 2019 will take place at 10:30 am at the Rhode Island Convention Center in…

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Leonard Contino at Paula Cooper Gallery

An exhibition of paintings by Leonard Contino opens on April 13th, 2019 in the gallery’s vitrine space at 529 West 21st Street. A self-taught artist, Contino (1943–2017) worked extensively in painting as well as sculpture, wall relief and collage for…

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University of Michigan’s Biological Sciences Building by Ennead Architects and SmithGroup Celebrates Grand Opening

Today, the design firms of SmithGroup (Architect of Record) and Ennead Architects (Design Architect) celebrates the grand opening of the University of Michigan’s new Biological Sciences Building (BSB). Characterized by a transparent, open-lab concept that combines cutting-edge scientific research and…

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One Night Only by DC Moore Gallery Artist Carrie Moyer

For her One Night Only celebration, Carrie Moyer’s new work continues to expand upon her sensual and cerebral visual language. Saturated hues, enchanted surfaces and the overt aesthetic beauty of Carrie’s paintings act as a subversive entry point to her broader…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents: David Driskell

DC Moore Gallery is proud to present David Driskell: Resonance, Paintings 1965-2002. Driskell, soon to be 88, is a legendary African American artist and art historian. As an artist, scholar, and curator, he has made substantial contributions to these fields that…

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Magnusson Architecture + Planning Unveils St. Augustine Terrance in The Bronx

Magnusson Architecture + Planning (MAP) will debut St. Augustine Terrace, a new mid-rise building that will provide 112 units of affordable housing for low-income families in the Bronx. The project was commissioned by The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of…

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Rhode Island School of Design’s Furniture Design Department presents RISDXMABEO 2019 in Milan

The department of Furniture Design at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) is pleased to present RISDXMABEO 2019 at Ventura Projects in Milan. Debuting as part of the second edition of Ventura Future during Milan Design Week, the exhibition is…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents a Group Exhibition of Major Sculpture

Opening on April 4th, 2019 is a group exhibition of major sculpture by Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Liz Glynn, Robert Grosvenor, Justin Matherly, and Paul Pfeiffer, each inhabiting a discrete part of the gallery. Encompassing a range of material and scale, the…

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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents Walid Raad Solo Show

A one-person exhibition of work by Walid Raad will open at Paula Cooper Gallery on April 13th, 2019. The presentation will include a number of recent photographic, video and print works from the artist’s ongoing project titled Sweet Talk—a set of…

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The Fabric Workshop and Museum Announces Karen Patterson as Curator

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Patterson as its new Curator. She will be the first to hold the title in FWM’s 42-year history and joins the museum after seven years at…

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Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Announces 2019 Awards Dinner and Honorees

Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, one of the country’s preeminent artist residencies, will hold its 48th annual Awards Dinner at Cipriani 42nd Street on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Celebrating Anonymous Was A Woman (Susan Unterberg), Francesco Clemente, Paula and…

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Ennead Architects Completes Denning House at Stanford University

Ennead Architects has completed Denning House, the new home for the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program at Stanford University. Working with the University and the Denning Family, Ennead Design Partner Richard Olcott developed a design that supports the ambitious goals of the…

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Atelier 4 Acquires New Miami Facility

Leading Art Logistics Company Expands Capacity in Region by 300%   Art logistics company Atelier 4 announced today its move to a larger facility for its Miami operations, effective April 1, 2019. Located at 2170 Northwest 87th Street, in Doral,…

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Magnusson Architecture and Planning Selected to Design Casa Celina, Affordable Senior Housing in the Bronx

Magnusson Architecture + Planning (MAP) will bring to fruition its exciting concept for 100% affordable senior housing at NYCHA’s Sotomayor Houses in the Soundview section of the Bronx. MAP worked with Xenolith Partners, The Kretchmer Companies, ELH Mgmt., and the…

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Jaume Plensa’s Behind the Walls, a New Sculpture to be Installed at Rockefeller Center

Richard Gray Gallery and Galerie Lelong & Co. are thrilled to announce the international debut of Jaume Plensa’s Behind theWalls, a monumental new sculpture to be installed at the historic Rockefeller Center on 5th Avenue in NewYork. Standing over 24…

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Galerie Lelong & Co. Presents Barthélémy Toguo

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present Urban Requiem, Barthélémy Toguo’s first exhibition at the gallery and first solo exhibition in New York in a decade. The artist will be present for the opening reception. A Cameroonian artist based in…

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Project 1 by ArtPrize Announces Inaugural Exhibition Artists

Amanda Browder, Heather Hart, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Olalekan Jeyifous, and Paul Amenta and Ted Lott to produce new public artworks for “Project 1: Crossed Lines” in Grand Rapids, Michigan this fall. Project 1 by ArtPrize, the first in a series of…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Milton Avery: A Selection of Paintings

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present Milton Avery: A Selection of Paintings featuring four important works Avery made between 1947-1960. In the pantheon of twentieth century art, Avery stands alone. Never persuaded by the artistic trends, movements, and manifestoes that surrounded…

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Ennead Architects Wins International Competition to Design The Shanghai Estuary Chinese Sturgeon Nature Preserve

Ennead Architects has been announced winner of an international design competition for the Shanghai Yangtze River Estuary Chinese Sturgeon Nature Preserve. Led by Ennead Design Partner Thomas Wong, in partnership with Andropogon Landscape Architects, the project is an ambitious plan…

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Magnusson Architecture & Planning Completes Affordable Housing Residential Development MLK Plaza

Magnusson Architecture + Planning (MAP) has completed MLK Plaza, a 13-story, 167-unit, affordable residential building in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. It was one of the first developments to use the new Zoning for Quality Affordability regulation, which…

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Leonardo Drew is Represented by Galerie Lelong & Co., Paris and New York

Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to announce representation of Leonardo Drew. Drew will present his first solo exhibition at Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, in Spring 2019. Leonardo Drew is known for creating contemplative abstract sculptural works that…

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Acquavella Galleries presents Lucian Freud: Monumental

Acquavella Galleries Presents LUCIAN FREUD: MONUMENTAL April 5 – May 24, 2019 Opening Reception April 4, 6-8 pm Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present Lucian Freud: Monumental, a major loan exhibition focusing on the artist’s naked portraits, a subject that…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Claire Sherman: New Pangaea

DC Moore Gallery is proud to present Claire Sherman: New Pangaea, an exhibition of large-scale landscape paintings by Claire Sherman. Sherman’s current works represent the natural world in a manner that makes her landscapes both recognizable and utterly imaginative, inviting yet daunting….

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Friedman Benda Presents Wendell Castle: A New Vocabulary at TEFAF New York

For its inaugural participation at TEFAF New York, Friedman Benda will present Wendell Castle: A New Vocabulary, a solo exhibition of the late American designer Wendell Castle (1932-2018). Throughout a celebrated career spanning six decades, Castle introduced new ways of looking…

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Friedman Benda Presents Najla El Zein: Transition

Friedman Benda is pleased to announce Transition, Beirut-based designer Najla El Zein’s first solo exhibition. Developed over the course of two years, this marks the debut presentation of three series: Distortion, Fragmented Pillar and Seduction. Organic and gestural, these objects act as varied embodiments of El Zein’s personal…

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Two Palms at Art Basel Hong Kong

Two Palms is pleased to announce a selection of new works by Dana Schutz, Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Elizabeth Peyton, Mel Bochner, Stanley Whitney, and David Row to be shown at the 2019 edition of Art Basel Hong Kong. The…

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DC Moore Gallery Presents Forgotten Nature at The Armory Show featuring Charles Burchfield, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Carrie Moyer, Claire Sherman

Artists often point to issues and experiences that we have ignored.  It is not a normal art fair experience to confront the tangle, chaos and delight of nature, or to examine the contradictions of taking nature for granted in a…

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