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A Look at ‘Viva Arte Viva,’ the Hippie, Heal-the-World Venice Biennale

A Look at ‘Viva Arte Viva,’ the Hippie, Heal-the-World Venice Biennale

From the moment you walk into the main pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, it is apparent that the show there, “Viva Arte Viva,” is an extremely chill affair
Six Artists Tapped for Nordic Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale

Six Artists Tapped for Nordic Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale

Today the Office of Contemporary Art Norway announced that Siri Aurdal, Nina Canell, Charlotte Johannesson, Jumana Manna, Pasi “Sleeping” Myllymäki, and Mika Taanila will collectively represent Norway, Sweden, and Finland for a joint project titled Mirrored in the Nordic Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. 
Here Is the Exhibitor List for Art Basel 2017

Here Is the Exhibitor List for Art Basel 2017

It’s been just over seven months since the 2016 edition of Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland, wrapped up its last edition in that stately Rhineland city. Seven months does not seem that long a span of time, in the scheme of things. How much can the world change in seven months, right?
Anish Kapoor to Install Dark Watery Void in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Anish Kapoor to Install Dark Watery Void in Brooklyn Bridge Park

The Public Art Fund in New York will install Anish Kapoor’s water-based sculpture Descension in Brooklyn Bridge Park this summer, to give pause to the riverfront greenspace’s masses of ambling traffic from May 3 through September 10
HOW TO FIX THE ART WORLD, PART 2

HOW TO FIX THE ART WORLD, PART 2

Back in August my staff and I embarked on an epic project: we wanted to know what inhabitants of the art world think is wrong with it and how they would fix it. In the ensuing months we spoke with more than 50 individuals—artists and curators, critics and historians, art dealers and an art fair director—to gather a range of perspectives
HOW TO FIX THE ART WORLD, PART 1

HOW TO FIX THE ART WORLD, PART 1

Back in August my staff and I embarked on an epic project: we wanted to know what inhabitants of the art world think is wrong with it and how they would fix it. In the ensuing months we spoke with more than 50 individuals—artists and curators, critics and historians, art dealers and an art fair director—to gather a range of perspectives
Call for Entries of HPA 2017

Call for Entries of HPA 2017

English title: The Humanity Photo Awards
Ai Weiwei retuns! a spin through the artist’s four shows  across New york

Ai Weiwei retuns! a spin through the artist’s four shows across New york

Last Friday, after a long week punctuated by some pretty stunning news in this election cycle, I went to Lucien in the East Village to have a martini and, what do you know, world-famous Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei is sitting there with his dealers from Lisson Gallery
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Christie's announces highlights from its Impressionist & Modern Art Day and Works on Paper Sale

Le Corbusier (1887-1965), Nature morte à la lanterne, oil on canvas. Painted in 1930. Estimate: $900,000-1,200,000.
Symposium on Contemporary Art and Its Context

Symposium on Contemporary Art and Its Context

prof. Luca Di Blasi
(prof. of Philosophy. universitat Bern
The Nomad the Anomad, and the Artsiat (in the context of Globalisation)

prof. Ursela Neugebauer
(artist and prof. of unversitat der kunste Berlin) 
Learning and teaching contemporary Art)
Conversation About Prprocess of formation of Ideas in Art

Conversation About Prprocess of formation of Ideas in Art

in 19 August we have a discussion session about formation of idea in art with two professor, in Art Dr Behnam Kamrani and in Psychology Dr Ali Babaiezad