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Kurimanzutto will be debuting new paintings by Roberto Gil de Montes at Frieze

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The Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art and Artistic Director of the 59th Venice Biennale shares her top five picks from Frieze Viewing Room. Irreverent and serious, purposeful and inconclusive, Roberto Gil de Montes’ paintings explore the hidden images and forgotten or imagined stories of the exuberant everyday life that he sees. A black mark in the centre...

Cube Art Fair launches the World’s largest Public Art Fair in New York, expecting 10 million visitors

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From May 5-9, 2021, Cube Art Fair, the World’s Largest Public Art Fair, features 100 artworks created during the lockdown on 100+ billboards around New York city, in hopes to inspire its 10 million citizens to remain positive and its artists to stay creative during uncertain times. On the horizon of Cube Art Fair’s 5th edition in New York, the world...

African Biennale of Photography in Mali Announces 2021 Curatorial Team

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The Biennale of African Photography is a major international exhibition of contemporary photography held every two years since 1994 in Bamako, Mali, with regular seminars and film screenings; it is jointly managed by the Malian government and the Institut Français. The main venues are the National Museum of Mali, the District Museum, and the National Library. Inspired by both Mali’s...

Opera Gallery Presents Manolo Valdés

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Solo Exhibition Opening May 20th Features Brand New Works NEW YORK, NY – April 22, 2021 - Opera Gallery will celebrate famous painter and sculptor Manolo Valdés with an unprecedented solo exhibition simply titled Manolo Valdés at their New York location (791 Madison Avenue), opening on May 20th and running through June 20th. Known as one of the major artists on the Contemporary art scene, Manolo Valdés...

Joe Bradley, Joins Petzel Gallery and Xavier Hufkens

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Xavier Hufkens is pleased to announce the representation of American artist Joe Bradley. The artist will continue to be represented by Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zurich and is also newly represented by Petzel Gallery in New York. The three galleries look forward to this joint venture and to supporting Bradley in the next stages of his career. Joe Bradley has developed...

Roberts Projects represents Dominic Chambers in Los Angeles

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Roberts Projects in Los Angeles now represents Dominic Chambers. In his practice, Chambers explores the lived experience of the Blacks through figurative paintings that depict fleeting moments of leisure, contemplation and camaraderie. Chambers has exhibited at such institutions as the Luce Gallery in Turin, the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa and the August Wilson African-American Cultural Center in...

Museum show honoring Breonna Taylor

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Speed Art Museum Features Legacy of Breonna Taylor Curator Allison Glenn knew “it felt right” to take on an exhibition at Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Ky., honoring Breonna Taylor, and the stories of other Black people who lost their lives to gun violence, when she learned that Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, and other family members would be involved. Stephen Reily,...

The Lockwood Gallery opens a solo show of works by artist Bruce Cahn

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When: Sat., March 13, 4-7 p.m. 2021 Phone: 845-663-2138 Email: info@thelockwoodgallery.com Price: Free The Lockwood Gallery in Kingston, NY presents Bruce Cahn: Discovered, a solo exhibition highlighting the prolific, though little-known practice of the late artist Bruce Cahn (1942-2020). Cahn’s creative approach was meticulous and extensively varied, exploring all media of visual art with aesthetic, conceptual, and technical precision. This focused survey will bring together over fifty multidisciplinary works—including marble sculptures,...

Top three exhibitions you must see in New York

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There's always something going on in New York. Always. Concerts in New York, Broadway musicals and shows, the famous New York opera, sporting events, exhibitions in museums and galleries. Events for every taste: parades, fashion shows, flower shows, car shows, national celebrations of specific cultures (from Chinese New Year to Greek parades), film festivals, assemblies, new movie shoots, and so...

British Museum hires curator to research history of its collection

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The National British Museum hired a curator to research the history of its 267-year-old collection. Historian Dr.Isobel MacDonald was assigned to this post last March, but her work was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some items from the museum's collection are subject to restitution. They include the Parthenon sculptures, Benin bronzes, the Rosetta Stone, and the Hoa Hakananaya statue. The...

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