Category: Exhibitions

‘I Was the Original YBA’: How Artist Sean Scully Went From London’s Roughest Neighborhoods to Global Art-World Fame

The artist says America’s gun culture is forcing him to spend less time in New York, but you can see his work in 10 exhibitions worldwide.

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Jeff Koons Will Get a Mini-Retrospective at Oxford University in 2019, Thanks to Art History Students

The world’s oldest public museum is set to host one of the world’s most brazen contemporary artists in 2019.

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Schiele’s Male Nudes, Long Thought to Be Self-Portraits, May Have Actually Depicted Gay Models

Schiele scholar Jane Kallir is updating the catalogue raisonne to include new revelations on Schiele’s “Red Men.”

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The Gwangju Biennale Is Overly Ambitious, Muddled, Difficult to Navigate—and, at Times, Extremely Rewarding

Standout works in “Imagined Borders” include Aernout Mik’s memorable new video about the psychological cost of combating terrorism.

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After 200 Years of Male-Dominated Exhibitions, the Prado Will Celebrate Two Female Renaissance Pioneers in 2019

The Madrid museum will mark its bicentenary with a show of work by pioneering Renaissance artists Sofonisba Anguissola and Lavinia Fontana.

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A Decade Ago, Wim Delvoye’s Work Was Censored in Shanghai. Now, He’s Launching Perrotin Gallery’s New Shanghai Space

The Belgian artist previously ran a farm in China where he tattooed pigs.

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Alexander Calder Made His Own Toaster and Toilet-Paper Holder, and They’re Incredible. See Them Here

Hauser & Wirth in Somerset will present the artist’s first outdoor works alongside never-before-seen domestic objects.

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In an Era of Fashion Exhibition Blockbusters, the Christian Dior Retrospective Heading to Denver Just May Set the Record for Chic

The Denver Art Museum’s fashion curator discusses the powerful draw of fashion surveys, and how she made the hit Paris show très Américain.

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