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Exhibition at Tate Liverpool presents the faces of Germany between the two World Wars

Tate Liverpool presents the faces of Germany between the two World Wars seen through the eyes of painter Otto Dix (1891–1969) and photographer August Sander (1876–1964). Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919–1933 brings together two artists whose works document the glamour and misery of the Weimar Republic, a time of radical extremes and political and economic upheaval. Portraying... | Read More

New-York Historical Society exhibition commemorates President John F. Kennedy

A new exhibition commemorating President John F. Kennedy’s private life and public trajectory is on view at the New-York Historical Society, June 23, 2017 - January 7, 2018. The exhibition, one of the most exhaustively researched collections of Kennedy photos ever assembled, brings together images from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Getty... | Read More

New York – Daniel Buren: “To Align: works in situ 2017″ at Bortolami Gallery Through June 24th, 2017

Daniel Buren, To Align: works in situ 2017 (Installation View), via Bortolami Gallery On view through the end of the week, Bortolami Gallery is currently presenting its fourth exhibition of work by Daniel Buren, taking place in the gallery’s new Tribeca location.  Buren’s rich and varied career has been the subject of major museum exhibitions worldwide, and […]... | Read More

DIARY: Julia’s Child

Louisa Elderton on the 10th anniversary of the Julia Stoschek Collection... | Read More

Antony Gormley Sculptures Vandalized in Sefton

A series of Antony Gormley sculptures on Crosby Beach outside Liverpool have been vandalized with brightly colored graffiti, The Guardian reports. “We want everyone to enjoy and interact with the impressive Antony Gormley statues on Crosby beach, which are synonymous with Sefton,” a spokesman says. “However, following this incident, we have been contacted directly by Mr […]... | Read More

Documenta 14 Organizers Opening Second Satellite Show in Angola

The organizers of this year’s Documenta 14 are expanding the exhibition to a satellite exhibition in Luanda, Angola, where they will show a series of works by artists of African descent. “The last decade or so has seen the increased prominence of artists from Africa exhibiting across the contemporary artistic platform in the West,” says Congolese collector Sindika Dokolo, who... | Read More

Not My Job: Eddie Izzard Gets Quizzed On King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

We'll ask the comedian three questions about the Australian psychedelic rock band. Izzard has a new book called Believe Me: A Memoir of Love, Death and Jazz Chickens.

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‘Too Fat, Too Slutty’ Challenges Cultural Expectations Of Women

Anne Helen Petersen's new book is a thoughtful consideration of several public women — from Nicki Minaj to Hillary Clinton — who've run up against the invisible expectations our culture has of them.

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2017 Huffhines Art Trails call for artists

Huffhines Art Trails – October 2017 – Richardson, Texas OPEN DATE: 6/16/2017 DEADLINE: 8/14/2017 Fee (Application Fee): $20.00 Event Dates: 10/28/2017 – 10/29/2017 You are invited to apply to exhibit your work at the 41st Annual Huffhines Art Trails. Huffhines is a two-day festival held outdoors in Richardson,... | Read More

2018 Deep Ellum Arts Festival call for artists

Deep Ellum Arts Festival – April 6-8, 2018 – Dallas, Texas

OPEN DATE: 6/16/2017 DEADLINE: 11/5/2017 Fee (Jury Selection Fee): $35.00 Event Dates: 4/6/2018 – 4/9/2018 The 24th annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival® is the signature event of the Deep Ellum aria entertainment district located in... | Read More

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