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Two exhibitions in Germany look at the fabrication of male identity and power. Not only does the question of how to… https://t.co/r1a3PXyeMQThe nauseating sugar rush evoked by Erika Verzutti's 'Picasso with Strawberries' seems to ask if we might ever get… https://t.co/xIY0ZJbD46A ‘major nationwide festival showcasing the UK’s unique strengths in creativity and innovation’ has been scheduled… https://t.co/ODu16AQKhFActivists dressed as Greek gods and goddesses drenched in oil blocked entrances to the opening party of the British… https://t.co/pq7oPOB7e0Patrick Staff’s new installation, ‘On Venus’, deals with biopolitics, looking at the ways in which exchanges betwee… https://t.co/DIjx4hVsji
11/21
2019
The poet Severo Sarduy dubbed Zilia Sánchez's canvas skins ‘erotic topologies’: an apt name for armatures at once t… https://t.co/5DI1EAJBYEWith paper, Zarina opens a window onto the cosmos. The artist’s solo exhibition @pulitzerarts is a serene and spiri… https://t.co/k9wRNouBhy‘We’re in a moment of massive, and completely necessary restructuring in the art world, and it presents difficult c… https://t.co/S8DrVVoG21To expect the progressive, internationalist art world to participate in a celebration of Brexit is to fire a volley… https://t.co/HxGp61H3RIFilm theorist Laura Mulvey discusses the life and work of the avant-garde filmmaker and artist, Chantal Akerman, in… https://t.co/Hed110rIbAArtists and freelance creative practitioners frequently work several jobs – sometimes adding up to more working day… https://t.co/RAZdQcRFCeAnti-oil protesters blocked the VIP party for the British Museum’s ‘Troy’ exhibition https://t.co/kF5ng2Aepm https://t.co/KNQpMXVWu2Where words fail, flowers speak with silent eloquence. On Jesse Darling's latest show ‘Selva Oscura’ (Dark Jungle)… https://t.co/VEED5ypcnCFraught with emotional outpouring yet often frivolous, Derek Jarman's coded landscapes, queering of history, protes… https://t.co/Vdex8l9zauThough the art of haute couture and that of warfare seem to have little in common, a new exhibition reveals that wo… https://t.co/cTQk3HBL0j
11/20
2019
How do art institutions celebrate something that at least half the country fears? Such is the dilemma imposed by To… https://t.co/U2I2qtIjjNGoogle Doodle celebrates 200 years of Madrid’s Museo del Prado https://t.co/m7wgE009UI https://t.co/BezAA706lGLaToya Ruby Frazier has long engaged with intractable capital flows and their effects on the working class. A cardi… https://t.co/shEZ3XVMv3‘Shall I at least set my lands in order?’, asks TS Eliot in 'The Wasteland' (1922). That, surely, is the question B… https://t.co/r0yCBLCbPAArtist/ activist/ gardener/ writer/ ‘cock sucking, straight acting lesbian man’ Derek Jarman has his first survey… https://t.co/F3rNJOc18nFilm theorist Laura Mulvey discusses the life and work of the avant-garde filmmaker and artist, Chantal Akerman, in… https://t.co/1cIF0Wg9MiWhat will the art institution of the future look like? Discover the experiments in art and technology that constitu… https://t.co/8ZN3bJYjISThe spectacular emptiness of Boris Johnson’s ‘Festival of Brexit’: https://t.co/PQHLGKhy4I https://t.co/GeVBawMgyw'She intuited the future direction of television news, forecasting the operation of ever more sophisticated psychol… https://t.co/WzXVvgDgGu
11/19
2019
Q: What could you imagine doing if you didn’t do what you do? A: Curating a collection of iconic men’s streetwear.… https://t.co/8GJEw0NtVt'Fragments that appear torn from boats and vessels are everywhere, as though charting a course through history and… https://t.co/22S941AfgeWe are looking for experienced sales staff to work at our magazine stand at Art Basel Miami Beach from 3- 8 Decembe… https://t.co/g9ZAGutbd0LaToya Ruby Frazier puts a face on the US labour crisis. The artist’s moving portraits of ‘unallocated’ auto worker… https://t.co/8bOmQjC1KcUniting the pleasures of partying with its darker side. On 30 years of Warp Records https://t.co/oAldO9EDtr https://t.co/rDZcGBYDrY'Marion Stokes understood that the raw material of news was shaped by those who produced it, and she wanted to pres… https://t.co/br1VJFWyYeDecades of under-investment have left many rural areas lacking in basic infrastructure. How are artists responding… https://t.co/IiQFiTHrS3Cultural initiatives can protest unethical situations. On the other hand, they can also be used to whitewash a mult… https://t.co/7sdjk7c3gM'The risk is that we end up with projects that do not help communities, but use communities for acclaim, only to di… https://t.co/f9H4lAg2QW‘She wanted to track how news stories changed as they broke, identify information dropped or suppressed, look at ho… https://t.co/EfLEkuUhsvTurner-Prize-shortlisted artist – and winner of the 2018 Max Mara Prize for Women – Helen Cammock on the 17th centu… https://t.co/26LXLBhaRm
11/18
2019
The technical prowess of Lucy McKenzie’s artworks alone can absorb and seduce, but her ability to inculcate content… https://t.co/93qmG3CKmEFew other labels could claim to have cultivated such a coherent philosophy over the years: one which unites the ple… https://t.co/Mc1IbMmIS1‘Why, given that Steve McQueen’s project amounts to little more than a sugar-sweet one-liner, has it received such… https://t.co/vAw3cWHFWHCultural activity has always been entangled, whether antagonistically or conspiratorially, with the nation state. O… https://t.co/0G5vJrTbk2The best-selling novelist and essayist Olivia Laing nominates the influential abstract artist Agnes Martin for epis… https://t.co/ywxzOxZrkZIn 1976, Stephen Varble went to a bank in a costume that combined condoms filled with cow’s blood for breasts with… https://t.co/z5tAC0Rt08
11/17
2019
Female Gutai artist Atsuko Tanaka thought a painting did not necessarily have to be something visual; for her, plac… https://t.co/8z8s2Tccj9Whatever you are doing right now, there is a good chance that Günther Uecker is hammering https://t.co/pMsiYiY8lD https://t.co/qj0aS5bZl2‘Journalists who are quick to praise community outreach projects are either too keen to signal virtue or too terrif… https://t.co/jLL6ioaMspIs the countryside the future of the art world? ’For us, “the rural” is not a definition but a critique of a spec… https://t.co/yecwLFxx5qWhile the city’s image once benefitted from a flourishing creative scene and vice versa, today it is all about prof… https://t.co/OLPrhBNILUSilicon Valley master builder Peter Thiel hasn’t shown any desire for cultural philanthropy to art-wash his ill-got… https://t.co/ItVxQQsfGlThe best-selling novelist and essayist Olivia Laing nominates the influential abstract artist Agnes Martin for epis… https://t.co/Uhs0eGKXJ7
11/16
2019
The woman who recorded 400,000 hours of television news. Matt Wolf’s new film, ‘Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project… https://t.co/hAspy6fWIJ'Year 3 is not quite an empty gesture, but it will likely fade from memory as swiftly as the billboards are obscure… https://t.co/t6UNZVNs8ZThe best-selling novelist and essayist Olivia Laing nominates the influential abstract artist Agnes Martin for epis… https://t.co/RyFzeZONgbGünther Uecker nails it again. New work on view @levygorvy proves that the artist, nearing 90, is at the top of his… https://t.co/pnP343xz4mUnder the pressure of capital, even things previously considered inalienable – from historical monuments to an inte… https://t.co/J5ueC4xltPWhat will the art institution of the future look like? Discover the experiments in art and technology that constit… https://t.co/bb3Av5L4Zd.@WarpRecords dissected the quasi-spiritual essence of 90s rave and helped redeem the scene from its slow-motion co… https://t.co/3jmE3cPEtK
11/15
2019
What does a tenfold increase in Berlin's real estate prices mean for the city's art? On the cultural cost of 'growt… https://t.co/ZlOJlPhIZoStephen Varble's 'trash couture'. An artist who made a mockery of wealth and class pretensions is revivified as a p… https://t.co/9gnW86uBCNThe best-selling novelist and essayist Olivia Laing nominates the influential abstract artist Agnes Martin for epis… https://t.co/eDE7WiqMX9From a couture dress to a Soviet mural, Lucy McKenzie asks what counts as 'good' art https://t.co/nG7fFWuTnp https://t.co/YGrH1MkR6hSometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Who would have thought that Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof Museum for Contemp… https://t.co/rCrbkdckMJ‘The mattress is unwieldy and at the same time laden with references to sleep, dreams, illness, death, birth.’ Pion… https://t.co/9j5AU89cw1Celebrating 30 years of anarchic creativity @WarpRecords https://t.co/EK3jfviDwk https://t.co/c243Ve2HgRThe best-selling novelist and essayist Olivia Laing nominates the influential abstract artist Agnes Martin for epis… https://t.co/tWqFkjtYnL‘It’s of vital importance that those Kurdish and Turkish artists and activists who remain in Turkey and continue to… https://t.co/FKIHIC2Wj9The newly discovered Lucretia by #ArtemisiaGentileschi is up for auction next week. The painter is becoming recogni… https://t.co/ZafobHna2Z
11/14
2019
Today, rave culture is being canonized by artists and journalists alike in nostalgic terms as a kind of lost paradi… https://t.co/FTsJsVwE8AConceived months before her death last May, Lutz Batcher's show @UCIrvine invokes the bitter realities of America’s… https://t.co/uqIKD8f7OWIs the countryside the future of the art world? From rural Scotland to Zvizzchi, Russia, artists and collectives ar… https://t.co/g4m7CGG4IXIn today's Breakfast with @artnews - should the art world boycott Turkey? https://t.co/1XSHArHzN1Iraq’s national pavilion at the Venice Biennale closes in solidarity with protestors https://t.co/Bsj4mUD1dU https://t.co/5Ak1d5zJ6MOn the impact of cultural boycotts. ‘Artists may not be able to stop war, but they can tell those who rake its prof… https://t.co/9Yf3BopUUc'In these days, you have to take risks.' Yvonne Rainer speaks to @andrewdurb1n about resisting the myths of the 196… https://t.co/oOSrsVwJT4As Warp Records reaches it’s 30th birthday, there’s more to the label than mythologizing old raves… https://t.co/tJ77Th0gRY280 scholars, writers and artists – including Angela Davis and Noam Chomsky – have signed a petition calling for a… https://t.co/6TRkU2gQIm
11/13
2019
Art can help heal you, new World Health Organization study says https://t.co/RPc1McUXc7 https://t.co/O1SiBFwb7yShould the art world boycott Turkey? https://t.co/FDLfWtzwzx https://t.co/D3SusFSl6b.@WarpRecords at 30: the best response to rave nostalgia https://t.co/vUIYlkYIxJ https://t.co/2as1naG7q7The newly discovered Lucretia by #ArtemisiaGentileschi is up for auction next week. The painter is becoming recogni… https://t.co/SfSsOL0pdaFrom Le Corbusier's erotic drawings to Philip Johnson's marble men's room, Shannon Bool calls attention to the miso… https://t.co/y6AdVIQaaHRinus Van de Velde's 'The Villagers' explores the ridiculous sensation of imagining oneself so isolated in the worl… https://t.co/wDcLOMbwD6
11/12
2019
Less sombre than her male Gutai colleagues, Atsuko Tanaka excelled at playtime https://t.co/O76WpJvte9 https://t.co/rR1vKAOTV2With the current debate on art institutions’ reliance on private funding, Erik van Lieshout teaches us how to avoid… https://t.co/76ZPZy1neaFew Romantic notions have remained more pervasive than the idea that the human spirit cannot be caged. Presenting d… https://t.co/e0QnzCVMMnWe are looking for experienced sales staff to work at our magazine stand at Art Basel Miami Beach from 3- 8 Decembe… https://t.co/Jfnm77OW1KNational Galleries Scotland ends BP sponsorship; recognizes responsibility to ‘address the climate emergency’… https://t.co/KZbCjAeyVdScorsese’s The Irishman is archly set to the steady pulse of doo-wop and boogie-woogie piano. Shouldn’t we expect m… https://t.co/Vf91aqnIg2We are looking for experienced sales staff to work at our magazine stand at Art Basel Miami Beach from 3- 8 Decembe… https://t.co/ygPNzfQWVhPublic interest in conservation is growing, with museum institutions focused less on serving as temples of speciali… https://t.co/hDEBmK6N9iHarold Bloom wrote that aesthetic values are innately opposed to ‘the overdeterminations of race, class and gender’… https://t.co/v3EQjTY8wL
11/11
2019
A Visit to an All-Women Kurdish Village on the Brink of War https://t.co/aTUtaRzPW2 https://t.co/PUQGPnIxKRInciting a sense of of playful menace, the ethos of the legendary art school resurfaced in forces as diverse as Ter… https://t.co/0IX8GrWy1g‘Everyone is Female and Everyone Hates It’: Andrea Long Chu’s Theory of Desire https://t.co/GVp3KqxDSs https://t.co/MHcU2Dxpxj
11/10
2019
Does surrealism drip from Belgium’s beer taps? The territory of René Magritte and Marcel Broodthaers is characteriz… https://t.co/VCknKk61g9The Drawing Center, in New York, presents a historically and formally diverse collection of works by incarcerated a… https://t.co/bL17E5TsGlAwarding the Nobel to a Milosevic apologist, splitting the Booker Prize, and the death of the Western canon’s most… https://t.co/W1JZopBpIUTurner-Prize-shortlisted artist – and winner of the 2018 Max Mara Prize for Women – Helen Cammock on the 17th centu… https://t.co/HODElvzmS6
11/9
2019
‘Peering through layers of time’: why we love the tender act of art conservation https://t.co/mm5gTfS2jU https://t.co/PDwvPGbssEWhy an ‘apolitical’ literary establishment is impossible: https://t.co/zqQYafyZaP https://t.co/zjUAWDz4e0Scorsese has produced a sprawling, mannerist version of tropes of his own invention https://t.co/WKbCl0uhnt https://t.co/kNkkmUTmaLWhat seems certain is that costumed comic book characters – deconstructed, reconstructed, given all manner of new i… https://t.co/IozHBWLprj
11/8
2019

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