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Vox spoke with four leaders at US museums on the challenges that art institutions faced in 2020 and how they're adapting...
11/18/2020
Plight at the Museum

Vox spoke with four leaders at US museums on the challenges that art institutions faced in 2020 and how they're adapting. Joanne Heyler, founding director at the The Broad, notes: "If you confront this situation creatively, it has the potential to make your institution better." Read more here:

Facing twin crises, four museum directors share their vision and hopes for the future.

Announced today, The Art Students League of New York has appointed Michael Hall as its new artistic and executive artist...
11/18/2020
Michael Hall Named Artistic and Executive Director of New York’s Art Students League

Announced today, The Art Students League of New York has appointed Michael Hall as its new artistic and executive artistic director. Hall notes "The opportunity to continue to grow the League and engage our global community further, providing accessible and meaningful artistic instruction, is both inspiring and deeply necessary." Read more in Artforum:

The Arts Student League announced today that Michael Hall will become its new artistic and executive artistic director.Hall succeeds Michael Rips, who after three years departed the Manhattan-based art school this June, and arrives at the nonprofit from Art Basel, where since 2015 he has served as g...

On view online and in-person is 'Hopper in Paris,' an exhibition of paintings by Edward Hopper at The Phillips Collectio...
11/15/2020
12 Edward Hopper Paintings of Paris - Fine Art Connoisseur

On view online and in-person is 'Hopper in Paris,' an exhibition of paintings by Edward Hopper at The Phillips Collection on loan from the Whitney Museum of American Art.

These defining works were created during the iconic American painter’s early career while he lived in and visited Paris. Learn more in Fine Art Connoisseur:

Edward Hopper Paintings > These defining works were created during the iconic American painter’s early career while in Paris.

Inspired by Lorraine O’Grady's 1983 performance 'Art Is…' the Joe Biden campaign created a video of unity following Bide...
11/14/2020
Biden Video Uses Artist’s Vision to Project a Unified Country

Inspired by Lorraine O’Grady's 1983 performance 'Art Is…' the Joe Biden campaign created a video of unity following Biden's projected election victory. O'Grady said campaign officials were inspired by her work seen at The Broad last year. More here:

This postelection campaign offering employs Lorraine O’Grady’s concept of placing people inside frames to promote images of an inclusive, diverse America.

Opening November 27th at Marianne Boesky Gallery is 'The Hollow,' a solo exhibition of new works by Donald Moffett. The ...
11/12/2020
Donald Moffett | The Hollow | November 27, 2020 - January 18, 2021

Opening November 27th at Marianne Boesky Gallery is 'The Hollow,' a solo exhibition of new works by Donald Moffett. The exhibition marks Moffett's ninth solo show with the gallery and will be on view until January 18, 2021 at the gallery’s space in Aspen, Colorado.

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present The Hollow, a solo exhibition of new works by Donald Moffett. The exhibition marks his ninth solo show with the gallery and will be on view November 27, 2020 – January 18, 2021 at the gallery’s space in Aspen, Colorado.

On the occasion of GAVLAK's recently opened exhibition 'Nasty Women' in LA, Spectrum News 1 SoCal spoke with featured ar...
11/09/2020
New Exhibit Showcases Women Artists Throughout Art History

On the occasion of GAVLAK's recently opened exhibition 'Nasty Women' in LA, Spectrum News 1 SoCal spoke with featured artist Lisa Anne Auerbach, who incorporates political messages and knitting in her practice. Learn more here:

A new exhibit showcases women artists.

In Hyperallergic, read a review of 'Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit', the artist's first US museum survey currently on view a...
11/09/2020
Sculptural Paintings That Channel the Static Soup of Television

In Hyperallergic, read a review of 'Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit', the artist's first US museum survey currently on view at SculptureCenter. The show traces Hsu's key ideas, including his interest in the materiality of media:

In Tishan Hsu’s work, the canvas becomes a television, a platform of multiple channels, where what channel to tune into is the viewer’s choice.

The Art Newspaper shared must-see gallery shows opening around the world this November. Featured in the list is GAVLAK's...
11/06/2020
Our pick of must-see gallery shows opening around the world in November

The Art Newspaper shared must-see gallery shows opening around the world this November. Featured in the list is GAVLAK's recently opened show in LA, 'Nasty Women,' a group show centering around the work of female-identifying artists from the past 100 years.

From new works by the emerging artist Collins Obijiaku in Accra to a pre-election tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in Los Angeles

Artist Alison Saar is featured in The New York Times today, speaking about her major upcoming museum survey and practice...
11/05/2020
Alison Saar on Transforming Outrage Into Art

Artist Alison Saar is featured in The New York Times today, speaking about her major upcoming museum survey and practice! Writer Jori Finkel notes: "Alison Saar likes to make sculptures of strong Black women standing their ground: broad shoulders, wide stance, unmovable in their convictions."

Ahead of her biggest exhibition to date, the sculptor talks about Black Panther imagery, the goddess Yemoja and her own quest to balance anger and beauty.

The Architect's Newspaper explores Santa Monica City Hall East, a contemporary addition to the City Hall designed by Fre...
11/02/2020
Frederick Fisher & Partners’s addition to Santa Monica City Hall touts its net-zero bona fides

The Architect's Newspaper explores Santa Monica City Hall East, a contemporary addition to the City Hall designed by Frederick Fisher and Partners. Committing to energy self-sufficiency and reduced wastefulness, the building serves as a model for future sustainable design:

The Santa Monica City Services Building is the latest addition to the affluent city's seat of government, and had to balance function with sustainability.

From billboards to postcards, LA Weekly shares arts-centric projects that are getting out the vote. Including THESE TIME...
10/31/2020
From Billboards to Postcards: The Art of Getting Out the Vote - LA Weekly

From billboards to postcards, LA Weekly shares arts-centric projects that are getting out the vote. Including THESE TIMES, a stamp project by non-profit TRANS>, to Orange Barrel Media's Art for Action campaign, read more here:

An array of creative campaigns make a final push for ballot turnout.

Los Angeles Magazine shares their top picks of things to do this weekend in LA. Mark your calendars for GAVLAK's new exh...
10/30/2020
Things to Do (Inside and Outside) in L.A. This Weekend

Los Angeles Magazine shares their top picks of things to do this weekend in LA. Mark your calendars for GAVLAK's new exhibition 'Nasty Women' that opens tomorrow and more here:

Halloween happenings, a feminist art show, and more

In KCET, walk through L.A. Louver's new exhibition '45 at 45', a show of 45 artists celebrating the gallery's 45th anniv...
10/30/2020
L.A. Louver: 45 Years with 45 of Modern Art's Most Unique Artists

In KCET, walk through L.A. Louver's new exhibition '45 at 45', a show of 45 artists celebrating the gallery's 45th anniversary. The show tells the story of LA’s modern art scene and looks to the future, featuring Ed and Nancy Kienholz, David Hockney, Alison Saar, and more:

For its 45th anniversary, LA Louver is bringing together 45 artists of the past and the present to tell the story of L.A.'s modern art scene.

Sanford Biggers' upcoming exhibition ‘Soft Truths’ was featured in artnet's Editors Picks this week! Including new sculp...
10/29/2020

Sanford Biggers' upcoming exhibition ‘Soft Truths’ was featured in artnet's Editors Picks this week! Including new sculptures from the artist's Chimera series and quilt-based works, the show opens tomorrow in New York. Book your appointment now at Marianne Boesky Gallery's website.
https://news.artnet.com/art-world/editors-picks-october-26-2020-1914716

This year's MAD Ball honored feminist, activist, and artist Judy Chicago. Read about the MAD | Museum of Arts and Design...
10/27/2020
At the 2020 MAD Ball, a Celebration of Artist Judy Chicago

This year's MAD Ball honored feminist, activist, and artist Judy Chicago. Read about the MAD | Museum of Arts and Design's annual event, which unfolded virtually for the first time this year, in Vogue:

It was a masquerade ball for the year 2020.

In 4Columns, Catherine Damman reviews Tishan Hsu's exhibition at SculptureCenter. Damman notes: “Hsu’s interest has not ...
10/24/2020
Tishan Hsu

In 4Columns, Catherine Damman reviews Tishan Hsu's exhibition at SculptureCenter. Damman notes: “Hsu’s interest has not been in the self, nor the individual’s subsumption into technology, but rather in a larger political economy of visual culture, the digital forms of which are never truly immaterial."

4Columns arts criticism weekly.

Announced this week, Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR) has appointed April Freely as its next Executive Director, as w...
10/20/2020
April Freely Appointed Executive Director of Fire Island Artist Residency

Announced this week, Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR) has appointed April Freely as its next Executive Director, as well as welcoming new board members. Learn more about the appointment and FIAR in Artforum:

April Freely has been named the new executive director of the Fire Island Artist Residency, the New York organization founded in 2011 as the first residency to provide resources exclusively to emerging lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identifying artists and poets. Previously the progr...

In 16 cities across the US, art by Jenny Holzer, Jeffrey Gibson, Carrie Mae Weems, Tomashi Jackson, and more are on view...
10/15/2020
Artists Like Jeffrey Gibson and Carrie Mae Weems Encourage Voting With New Billboards

In 16 cities across the US, art by Jenny Holzer, Jeffrey Gibson, Carrie Mae Weems, Tomashi Jackson, and more are on view on over 350 digital billboards and pedestrian kiosks for Art for Action, a public art initiative and voter awareness campaign by Orange Barrel Media.

Read more about the project and see the artworks in Hyperallergic:

Jenny Holzer and Tomashi Jackson are also participating in “Art for Action,” the largest non-partisan public art campaign to raise voter awareness.

Join MAD | Museum of Arts and Design this Thursday, Oct 15 for the digital edition of #MADBall2020! Read about the art-f...
10/14/2020
This Thursday's MAD Ball Is Set To Be An Art-Filled Affair!

Join MAD | Museum of Arts and Design this Thursday, Oct 15 for the digital edition of #MADBall2020! Read about the art-filled affair in Guest Of A Guest, which includes an auction live on Artsy through Oct 16:

You won't want to miss!

Congratulations to Simone Leigh, who has been chosen to represent the United States at the 59th edition of the Venice Bi...
10/14/2020
Simone Leigh Is First Black Woman to Represent U.S. at Venice Biennale

Congratulations to Simone Leigh, who has been chosen to represent the United States at the 59th edition of the Venice Biennale in 2022! Read more about Leigh's distinctive practice in The New York Times today:

The Brooklyn-based sculptor, whose large-scale works explore Black women’s stories and histories, will create the American pavilion’s exhibition for 2022.

"In its own beauty-obsessed way, this is a beautiful show." In The New York Times today, Roberta Smith reviews Gina Beav...
10/09/2020
A Gallery Resurgence in Chelsea

"In its own beauty-obsessed way, this is a beautiful show." In The New York Times today, Roberta Smith reviews Gina Beavers' debut solo exhibition at Marianne Boesky Gallery. 'World War Me' is on view in New York through October 17:

In the face of economic unknowns, the message from the city’s galleries is: we’re not taking this lying down. Roberta Smith on 16 of the neighborhood’s most riveting painting shows.

Barron's spoke with Joe Sheftel, an art consultant and private dealer, on how collectors are navigating a changed art wo...
10/07/2020
How Collectors Navigate a Changed Art World

Barron's spoke with Joe Sheftel, an art consultant and private dealer, on how collectors are navigating a changed art world. Sheftel notes "Even though it is a distressing moment, people are finding comfort and meaning in art."

The desire to see and buy art remains strong as the market awaits a new series of sales

Spectrum News 1 SoCal toured the new Santa Monica City Hall East Building, the largest government building in the United...
10/07/2020
New Santa Monica City Hall East Building Meets Living Building Challenge

Spectrum News 1 SoCal toured the new Santa Monica City Hall East Building, the largest government building in the United States to be slated for the Living Building Challenge certification.

Architect Joe Coriaty of Frederick Fisher and Partners describes more about this rigorous green building standard here:

Santa Monica City Hall East meets Living Building Challenge

Hyperallergic has your concise Los Angeles art guide for this October. Opening Oct 20, make sure to see '45 at 45' at L....
10/06/2020
Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for October 2020

Hyperallergic has your concise Los Angeles art guide for this October. Opening Oct 20, make sure to see '45 at 45' at L.A. Louver, an exhibition that honors the gallery’s 45th anniversary with a group exhibition of 45 artists from its long history:

Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this month.

In The Guardian, read about THESE TIMES, a digital and print stamp project with contributions by 50 international artist...
10/06/2020
'It's up to people to change the system': the artists using stamps as resistance

In The Guardian, read about THESE TIMES, a digital and print stamp project with contributions by 50 international artists and institutions that stresses the urgency of voting and connection.

Organized by the non-profit TRANS>, the project's curator Sandra Antelo-Suarez notes "It’s about creating grassroots structures that, along with museums, artists and art galleries, create an economy of response"

A timely new project sees 50 artists and institutions designing stamps to make a statement in a crucial year for US politics

"There is much to admire in Wine’s ability to harness complex thoughts and quiet observations into gestures and figures ...
09/26/2020
The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

"There is much to admire in Wine’s ability to harness complex thoughts and quiet observations into gestures and figures that seem born from a more subconscious space." Featured in T: The New York Times Style Magazine is 'Jesse Wine: Imperfect List' on view at SculptureCenter:

A Croatian monastery turned hotel, a new show at the SculptureCenter — and more.

To add to your list of exhibitions to see this weekend, Artefuse shares their favorite paintings currently on view durin...
09/25/2020
Editor's Picks: Favorite Paintings Not to Miss During the Season Opening Shows, NYC - Arte Fuse

To add to your list of exhibitions to see this weekend, Artefuse shares their favorite paintings currently on view during the fall New York exhibition season. Among the picks are Gina Beavers at Marianne Boesky Gallery, Sams Falls at 303 Gallery, and more here:

After seeing over 25 shows to start the 2020 – 2021 art season, I wanted to share a few of my favorite paintings currently on display in New York City, in no particular order.

SculptureCenter re-opens today! Check out their fall shows 'Jesse Wine: Imperfect List,’ and ‘Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit...
09/24/2020
Jesse Wine Brings Movement to Idle Thoughts at SculptureCenter

SculptureCenter re-opens today! Check out their fall shows 'Jesse Wine: Imperfect List,’ and ‘Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit,’ and learn more about 'Imperfect List' in an interview with Jesse Wine in WWD today:

The artist’s exhibition “Imperfect Lists” explores the interplay of sleep and capitalism in the New York cityscape.

This Thursday from 5:30-7pm EST, join The Phillips Collection and University of Maryland for a virtual panel discussion ...
09/22/2020
Editors’ Picks: 16 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From a Virtual EXPO Chicago to a Live Performance at the Met

This Thursday from 5:30-7pm EST, join The Phillips Collection and University of Maryland for a virtual panel discussion with artists Jae Ko, Jennifer Wen Ma, Renee Stout, and more on women, race, and representation during Artists of Conscience.

Learn more about the talk in artnet, and register at phillipscollection.org/events:

See our picks, from another virtual art fair—EXPO Chicago's Exhibition Weekend—to the return of live performance at the Met Museum and more.

Learn about The Broad's new initiative L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement, in the Los Angeles Times. The proj...
09/19/2020
Watch: serpentwithfeet, Mike Tyus, San Cha and Shonda Buchanan perform work inside the Broad

Learn about The Broad's new initiative L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement, in the Los Angeles Times. The project invited LA-based musicians, poets, and dancers to perform and activate the museum's space. See the performances digitally on thebroad.org

The Broad Museum's new video series "L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement" premieres with the first of three episodes.

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