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The Duchamp Dictionary

What did Duchamp stand for? We find out with the help of Thomas Girst's stunning new book.<p>It’s arguable that Duchamp changed the world of art more …

Luisa Lambri, Untitled (Ambiente Spaziale, #01), 2012

<b>Luisa Lambri</b>, <i>Untitled (Ambiente Spaziale, #01)</i>, 2012

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Seon Ghi Bahk: Fiction and the Fabricated Image

Nylon threads and neatly erupted charcoal bits take over Miami's Zadok Gallery in "Fiction and the Fabricated Image"—an exhibition that opens this weekend by the South Korean artist Seon Ghi Bahk. The show explores the interplay of nature and civilized culture. In stringing up palm-sized pieces of …

Tatiana Trouvé at Schinkel Pavillon (Contemporary Art Daily)

Tatiana Trouvé at Schinkel Pavillon

The Things We Think and Do Not Say, or Why the Art World is in Trouble

I had a Jerry Maguire moment last night. I couldn't sleep, so I decided to write. The following thoughts are a bit of a ramble -- a sketch, really -- and I leave it to others to expand on the dialogue. If I had a business manager, I'd probably be told that for someone who makes part of their living …

Oh Yes, Brooklyn Gallerists You Need to Know, Part 1

Exhibitions<p>Here are the dealers shaping the Brooklyn art scene.<p>,<p>Over the past decade the Brooklyn gallery scene has reached a marker of maturity: … is coming soon

Black Pages at the Kunstverein


Le Grand Palais . Paris<p>To our contemporary eyes, the Grand Palais is both an idea and a symbol of modernity. It is a hybrid building in terms of its …

Book Review. Show Time: The 50 Most Influential Exhibitions of Contemporary Art

<i>Show Time: The 50 Most Influential Exhibitions of Contemporary Art</i>, edited by writer and exhibition maker Jens Hoffmann. With contributions by Hans …

Creative Street Art by Pejac

A collection of amazing works of street art in Spain, directed by Pejac. An entirely new and creative approach to the usual technique of street art. …

Fernanda Gomes | Untitled (2010)


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Picks: Zeenat Nagree on Seher Shah at Jhaveri Contemporary: “It’s clear that Shah wants to deconstruct imposing modernist buildings, while also considering the increasing circulation of images of attacks on similar symbols of wealth and power.”

Beijing’s Liu Wei grew up as part of generation of artists who experienced rapid urbanisation. But there’s no indication of the Chinese cityscape in this White Cube exhibition, Density. Throughout the show – which is presented over two floors – the audience is taken away from China into an unknown space where the voluminous masses that fill the gallery space are static and lifeless. For the full review visit

Matthew Brannon at David Kordansky (Contemporary Art Daily)

<i>Full gallery of video, images, press release and link available after the jump.</i><p>Matthew Brannon, excerpt from <i>Undivided Attention (Leopard)</i>, 2013. DVD: …

Ivan Argote is a young Colombian artist, who has been based in France since 2005, where he commenced studies at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Beaux-Arts in Paris. Argote works with a multitude of media, always being provocative in his statements. His works will be exhibited at Galerie Perrotin until 1st March. Read the review:

Picks: Kathleen Madden on Akram Zaatari at Thomas Dane Gallery: “Zaatari acts as an archival artist, surveying social activity as it relates to Lebanese history and the nation’s complicated political readings as well as compiling a vast array of visual and political documents of both collective and personal histories.”

Picks: Courtney Fiske on Julien Bismuth at Simone Subal Gallery: “Limning the deformations and slippages that result from art’s essential belatedness, the exhibition’s contents resolve in the infrathin beat between utterance and image, ideation and realization.”