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Vito Schnabel Buys Chelsea Exhibition Space

Vito Schnabel has purchased the Chelsea exhibition space that he has been renting. “It’s an incredible space with amazing light. The artists love it and embrace it as well,” he says. “Chelsea has always been a special neighborhood for me, and I’m happy to be a part of its fabric.” Read more at NY Post […]... | Read More

Vito Schnabel Buys Chelsea Exhibition Space

Vito Schnabel has purchased the Chelsea exhibition space that he has been renting. “It’s an incredible space with amazing light. The artists love it and embrace it as well,” he says. “Chelsea has always been a special neighborhood for me, and I’m happy to be a part of its fabric.” Read more at NY Post […]... | Read More

Picasso Descendents Prepare NFT Auction of Artist’s Ceramics

Pablo Picasso’s grandaughter Marina Picasso, and her son, Florian, are preparing to release a series of NFTs of the artist’s hand-painted ceramics. “It’s a work that represents a face, and it’s very expressive,” Marina Picasso says. “It’s joyful, happy. It’s one of those objects that have been part of our life, our intimate lives—my life with my children.”... | Read More

English Teachers In Britain Say They Need More Diverse Books In The Curriculum

“Asked which changes to the English syllabus they felt would most help their students, 80% of secondary school teachers, and 69% of primary school teachers, said they wanted more diverse and representative set texts.” 99% of British students graduate without having studied a book by a nonwhite author. – The Guardian

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New York – Giorgio Griffa: “The 2000s” at Casey Kaplan Through February 26th, 2022

Giorgio Griffa, Dittico lieve odulaato (1996), via Casey Kaplan On view at Casey Kaplan this month in New York, the gallery has unified a series of works created by the Italian artist Giorgio Griffa, creating a near-past retrospective that explores the artist’s work over the last 20 years throguh a selection of seven paintings. This exhibition […]... | Read More

Whitney Releases Artist List for 2021 Biennial

The Whitney has released a 63-artist list for its upcoming Biennial, which will open this April, under the title “Quiet as It’s Kept.” “The Whitney Biennial is an ongoing experiment, the result of a shared commitment to artists and the work they do,” curators David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards said in a statement. “While many of these underlying conditions are not... | Read More

Whitney Releases Artist List for 2021 Biennial

The Whitney has released a 63-artist list for its upcoming Biennial, which will open this April, under the title “Quiet as It’s Kept.” “The Whitney Biennial is an ongoing experiment, the result of a shared commitment to artists and the work they do,” curators David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards said in a statement. “While many of these underlying conditions are not... | Read More

Charles Ray Profiled in NYT

Charles Ray gets a profile in the NYT this week, as he prepares to open a new show at The Met. “The pace and rate at which Ray works are important,” says Hamza Walker, the director of the nonprofit art space LAXART in Los Angeles. “It’s perverse on the one hand; he could sit with something […]... | Read More

Data Scientists Set About Completing Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony. In The Process…

“I have spent the past two years immersed in writing a book about the man and his music. Beethoven’s most appealing feature is his progressive impetus, his need to flout precedent, to prick the pompous and kick the fools. The new AI confection is made by ticking digital boxes.” – The Critic

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At Daniel Barenboim’s Berlin State Opera, Things Are More Strained Than Ever

“For decades, Barenboim and the Staatskapelle shared common interests. Now, ’til death do us part’ has become a burden. Complicating the dynamics of this stagnant marriage is a third party: Berlin’s Culture Department, … (seemingly) unable to intervene in the quagmire at the Staatsoper.” – Van

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