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Mary Miss | Greenwood Pond-Double Site | Des Moines | Iowa (1996)

The Greenwood Pond Controversy at Des Moines Art Center

The debate surrounding the Des Moines Art Center (DMAC) in Iowa’s decision to demolish a site-specific installation due to safety concerns continues. An environmental intervention by pioneering land artist Mary Miss, the work has been a part of Greenwood Park

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Christie’s Auction | Sir Elton John’s Collection

Elton John’s Auction Triumph

Goodbye Peachtree Road, Christie’s auction of Elton John’s personal collection, surpassed expectations, reaching $14.4 million over three days. While the art took a backseat to memorabilia and luxury items in driving bids, the overall sale total was robust, providing a

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Desert X AlUla: In the Presence of Absence

Desert X AlUla, a site-specific exhibition set against the backdrop of AlUla—an ancient Arabic oasis city—provides an opportunity for spectators to engage with monumental artworks, establishing a harmonious dialogue with the surrounding natural landscape, one of the major principles of

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Zona Maco’s 20th Anniversary

Acknowledged for its commitment to Latin American art, the Zona Maco fair in Mexico presents a diverse selection this year, featuring works from 212 exhibitors. The fair includes lesser-known galleries exhibiting up-and-coming artists from the area, along with well-established artists

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Frank Auerbach | Head of Julia II (1960)

Frank Auberbach: Charcoal Heads at The Courtauld Gallery

The Courtauld Gallery showcases Frank Auerbach’s large-scale charcoal portraits. Created in the 1950s and early 1960s and shown for the first time, his exquisite drawings reveal a brutal yet shockingly beautiful quality, emanating a sense of dismal and dour emotions.

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Venice Biennale: A Preview of Stranieri Ovunque

The 60th Venice Biennale, titled Stranieri Ovunque (Foreigners Everywhere), is set to make a profound impact on the art world. With an expansive lineup featuring 333 artists, the exhibition underlines diversity and representation through its curatorial approach. Inspired by Claire Fontaine’s neon

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Teresa John Amy Tim (2022) | Julian Opie | Zarastro Art

Julian Opie: Shaping the Visual Landscape with Simplicity and Playfulness

Julian Opie’s art delves into the convergence of the human form, contemporary experience, and technology. He skillfully simplifies and distorts images across various mediums, including drawings, paintings, sculptures, and LED animations.  Opie’s fascination with movement challenges traditional artistic norms. Reminiscent of pop art, his works, primarily minimalistic black line drawings,

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