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Bow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, the artist… https://t.co/pJwWbG2eTmGeorge Michael’s Homecoming https://t.co/fHd3hldUPV https://t.co/G3WGAtOPg650 Years of Land Art https://t.co/gJ0mM9wDGm https://t.co/oF6zPkJaWWPhilomena Epps: ‘The female form was at the heart of the Surrealist project, and women – regarded as subjects, muse… https://t.co/gBZ4UBkIGB
9/20
2020
Pádraig Ó Meiscill: ‘Of all the subjects in Enda Bowe’s series – which depicts life on the “peace lines” built to s… https://t.co/vn7Bao8oStDawn Mellor’s new mural in the north London suburb of Brent celebrates George Michael in all of his queer glory… https://t.co/CRERglvazABow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, the artist… https://t.co/rVgCsCTgvqKeyna Eleison on decolonizing Brazilian institutions: ‘We’re constantly both dancing and fighting’.… https://t.co/vTMTYRfor3The art historian recalls standout displays from the past five decades https://t.co/3eJwYNV8Cp https://t.co/XbH04TrWL6Derica Shields: ‘As few statistics and ample lived experience testify, British state bodies still know whom to targ… https://t.co/IbDndGd6Da
9/19
2020
Where Will the Art World Be in 2050?https://t.co/AlBWYbauSU https://t.co/BLDsBkL3olWith works by 11 artists, ‘Study of Things’ at Guangdong Times Museum offers regional perspectives on rampant indus… https://t.co/HwnRXjF1k6‘Fantastic Women’, currently on view at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, is one of many recent shows revi… https://t.co/2Cr3AZ0TZkWhen a Google spreadsheet broke the art world https://t.co/N46wEGLxSN https://t.co/PPx7xA9oFSAs Black lives continue to be monitored and corralled in the UK, Derica Shields looks at the state structures and i… https://t.co/FJ5WXAW9W9Sean Burns: ‘All Wham! puns aside, a nine-metre publicly funded portrait of a gay man, known as much for his devian… https://t.co/O4oqwbxzY2The many looks of Leigh Bowery https://t.co/Egd1hQy5Yj https://t.co/VOyT1cqtfF
9/18
2020
The freeloaders, hustlers and scammers of contemporary cinema https://t.co/wuF8zCYIwW https://t.co/fKsS0QCrVeBow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, the artist… https://t.co/JQX5rABIPcA slew of shows celebrates surrealist women https://t.co/kdtG3VnYML https://t.co/JMO5wp3qgnCharles Saumarez Smith on the changing fashions of exhibition design https://t.co/F7quPSsqhG https://t.co/w0rdFsbNWXPremiering in Ireland at Dublin’s Gallery of Photography, Enda Bowe’s series ‘Love’s Fire Song’ offers a welcome pa… https://t.co/dp8TshxGmlWith works by 11 artists, ‘Study of Things’ at Guangdong Times Museum offers regional perspectives on rampant indus… https://t.co/aFJBBeZ87EWhere Will the Art World Be in 2050 https://t.co/eyX7DG4Zd2 https://t.co/1NjeN5izLPGrace Weaver’s portraits of urban anxiety https://t.co/Sp78EdILAO https://t.co/gvoHAeuYZiWill Disney kill your TV? https://t.co/wyLWde03JU https://t.co/66ps814c9g
9/17
2020
How Cecelia Condit’s video art became a viral curse for teens on TikTok https://t.co/T4GeOQa82u https://t.co/ZloeKDYuIxWith Berghain closed, what can art galleries learn from the legendary Berlin nightclub? https://t.co/ZZ5CF7R199 https://t.co/HFun3DLw1yChris Sharratt: ‘“In the Open” includes contributions from six Glasgow-based artists, including the Turner Prize-no… https://t.co/H0q6pokKTfEnda Bowe captures life on the ‘peace lines’ in Belfast and Derry https://t.co/op6Az8c5yK https://t.co/dHtBoOZweEWhatever happened to New Age travellers? https://t.co/RjPfgAhExl https://t.co/50RGtdu2t5At Birmingham’s @eprjcts, the artist’s latest curatorial project probes at what might happen when the digital bleed… https://t.co/rDj83suDWbTo mark the 20th anniversary of Editions de Parfums @fredericmalle, Frieze invites independent curator and art deal… https://t.co/MBWLtnTl0fDaniel Penny: ‘The angst and self-absorption of a certain kind of millennial woman have been a subject of Grace Wea… https://t.co/Uo2Mv334VmMargaux Williamson’s new work offer a ‘vivid experience of perception without vivid percepts’… https://t.co/zfv88GtWk7
9/16
2020
Toyin Ojih Odutola’s first UK exhibition @BarbicanCentre, the artist builds a narrative of two lovers caught up in… https://t.co/KrTUT6xOYWSinéad Gleeson explores works by Jesse Darling, Julia Philips, Diamond Stingily and the late Donald Rodney… https://t.co/3xpNsfgjy7At James Cohan, New York, a suite of Grace Weaver’s new paintings harken back to the chaotic pre-COVID streets… https://t.co/nvZOZyXKQbHelen Marten’s first novel proceeds by image and incantation rather than much in the way of explicit plot… https://t.co/hOqNnsnYbzBow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, fashion de… https://t.co/6nfJ2EVEcNA series of audio works, commissioned by @thecommonguild, explores the social impact of COVID-19, with contribution… https://t.co/3uqjsEoCZGThe gothic tales of notorious racist H.P. Lovecraft provide source material for HBO’s new show about ‘the hauntedne… https://t.co/wacSbyP0AnBen Lerner: ‘Margaux Williamson’s paintings make creation feel possible again.’ https://t.co/X8vm5Hhy2W https://t.co/1Dpawy4oB4
9/15
2020
Six artists respond to Glasgow’s shifting soundscapes https://t.co/1mvUCLXDcb https://t.co/9odBKMl5ZiYour guide to this year’s gallery-share in Munich https://t.co/Jrs3R7em20 https://t.co/b9gVBnNSYfIn three stories, Alexander Kluge and writer bears witness to the tentativeness of history https://t.co/kYrBtIDCiE https://t.co/FuH898TW45Bow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, fashion de… https://t.co/owB09GYifLThe Monsters of ‘Lovecraft Country’ live among us https://t.co/5pgJ9WXisW https://t.co/wrEsM27UyUBen Lerner on Margaux Williamson’s hardearned magic https://t.co/0Ms19UGBRq https://t.co/YIxGQ29ZAQ
9/14
2020
At Tiwani Contemporary, Charmaine Watkiss and Andrew Pierre Hart convey blue as both a colour and a sound… https://t.co/fY0z7RCNEDIan Bourland: ‘Black speculative fiction has long diagnosed the failures of the Western project as endemic and term… https://t.co/oWmNe2vE67Carina Bukuts selects the best shows to see in Munich https://t.co/AAssjydk5E https://t.co/GaGGG1cuaeBow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, fashion de… https://t.co/xCPHFRmTjyHelen Marten’s debut novel ‘The Boiled in Between’ https://t.co/kPCytex9Ps https://t.co/fDGynTiDiDSinéad Gleeson: ‘Never has the world felt more like it should tilt towards new structures and new ways to live.’… https://t.co/xSQBuAsGFyBerlin’s best autumn exhibitions https://t.co/5p2edmF5k0 https://t.co/QhKgbQnBd1
9/13
2020
Alexander Kluge’s missives from an alternate future https://t.co/R3jhvk9p0o https://t.co/WmFkGy1gcOYour guide to this year’s ‘Various Others’ in Munich https://t.co/Dk9fdVqIc7 https://t.co/LA9NiohHDHBrian Dillon: ‘A cartoon scuffle between form and feeling: this might be one way to describe Helen Marten’s extraor… https://t.co/lf5piD4HS0Sonja-Maria Borstner’s guide to Berlin’s Art Week and Gallery Weekend https://t.co/9XtR4pxAXo https://t.co/FeCyLpfDnPThe gothic tales of notorious racist H.P. Lovecraft provide source material for HBO’s new show about ‘the hauntedne… https://t.co/J7rUz9bvrbBow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, fashion de… https://t.co/iSeSfdbAYQAt Tiwani Contemporary, Charmaine Watkiss and Andrew Pierre Hart convey blue as both a colour and a sound… https://t.co/GmLTEUR8Gz
9/12
2020
A Guide to Berlin's Art Week and Gallery Weekend https://t.co/Hs8KyFbAmW https://t.co/nk2Q4mxfXjIn three stories, Alexander Kluge and writer bears witness to the tentativeness of history https://t.co/kYrBtIDCiE https://t.co/cm6CyYR6H2Bow Down is a podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention. In the latest episode, fashion de… https://t.co/rT4KqIWZmaEx voto-like works by Jesse Darling, Julia Philips, Diamond Stingily and the late Donald Rodney imagine a world ord… https://t.co/BfHNwKxZeCFor her first UK exhibition at London’s Barbican, Toyin Ojih Odutola builds a narrative of two lovers caught up in… https://t.co/BirBG2YMnDWhat was lost – and what was gained – when the Temple of Dendur came to the Met? https://t.co/BHB7zeTL8s https://t.co/iWw85y2cp0Berlin's best autumn exhibitions https://t.co/BO1PzukfPQ https://t.co/UaZalx30a4As the third edition of ‘Various Others’ kicks off in Munich, Carina Bukuts selects the exhibitions not to miss… https://t.co/cFSoF98RWyHelen Marten’s first novel proceeds by image and incantation rather than much in the way of explicit plot… https://t.co/8rK84wz6dAA Guide to Berlin's Art Week and Gallery Weekend https://t.co/2EVhBgwXKk https://t.co/ThknjqfmLy
9/11
2020
Kito Nedo: ‘With typical wit and painterly skill, Norbert Schwontkowski connects a down-to-earth street scene with… https://t.co/3yvwGQCv91Brian Dillon reviews Helen Marten’s debut novel ‘The Boiled in Between’ https://t.co/BtltwCHSsz https://t.co/BsS1xbIsB7Beatriz Santiago Muñoz on the first work she ever loved https://t.co/O7tLyAtowg https://t.co/wqulvxjhUIFilmed at @RichardGrayGall Warehouse in Chicago, where McArthur Binion is exhibiting for the first time, in this vi… https://t.co/7sVv6pMmLQRianna Jade Parker: ‘For her first UK exhibition, “A Countervailing Theory”, Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Od… https://t.co/gXhyGDCsu0Ex voto-like works by Jesse Darling, Julia Philips, Diamond Stingily and the late Donald Rodney imagine a world ord… https://t.co/NnDhluEcIJSonja-Maria Borstner’s guide to Berlin's Art Week and Gallery Weekend https://t.co/GO3sPjIg4J https://t.co/auFaHBXMX5
9/10
2020
Dance during the Pandemic: A Roundtable Conversation https://t.co/8y7BAVybgQ https://t.co/NMXCiYjRhMA Guide to @BerlinArtWeek https://t.co/xfAC4et7cC https://t.co/0lrDHQHl4mNatalie Nzeyimana: ‘Khadija Saye’s stated intention to explore how “trauma is embodied in the Black experience” com… https://t.co/xnuiF6vremToyin Ojih Odutola imagines a prehistoric civilization where women rule https://t.co/1s1RT7CchF https://t.co/qITwAhi8rcA touring retrospective at @Kunsthalle_HB and @gemeentemuseum reveals the comic side of Norbert Schwontkowski’s wor… https://t.co/guCTJyJNu3Beatriz Santiago Muñoz on the first work she ever loved https://t.co/z7L8sT0bSO https://t.co/UElRWbRXkFNoemi Smolik: ‘For more than 30 years, Marlene Dumas has pursued the same project: painting humanity.’ … https://t.co/fJ3OZSiN2JIn three stories, Alexander Kluge bears witness to the tentativeness of history. https://t.co/9zHNOHyY7s https://t.co/fhjuWFlFEV
9/9
2020
A public art exhibition by the artist whose life was claimed by the Grenfell Tower Fire, London, is a salve for a w… https://t.co/h01ljPMbHoNEW BLOG: Born Every Day In partnership with @verbwellington, @MeganDunn90 interviews @JenniferHiggie, editor of… https://t.co/VWdSbGn10F
Retweeted by friezeCharles Aubin, Aruna D’Souza, Brendan Fernandes, Ligia Lewis and Paul Maheke take stock of the performance world in… https://t.co/kUGdx61Oh1Jennifer Higgie reviews Derek Jarman’s ‘My Garden’s Boundaries Are the Horizon’ at the Garden Museum, London.… https://t.co/hRommPQSmtJohn Menick: ‘The best thing audiences can do this autumn is help keep cinema workers safe by denying Christopher N… https://t.co/Uc3fiuh4GmA new publishing project misunderstands the anti-patriarchal motivations behind historical pen names.… https://t.co/zfMfeNPrPeNoemi Smolik: ‘Marlene Dumas makes deliberate use of violence and pornography to draw attention to the human condit… https://t.co/0PWYAUJ8pi
9/8
2020
Khadija Saye’s reflections on spirituality in the African diaspora https://t.co/ClmnOPLF1a https://t.co/BAKmR1FxuZDance during the Pandemic: A Roundtable Conversation https://t.co/ajRHvgbZiX https://t.co/vZmVW0yXGyJennifer Higgie: ‘This tiny cottage contains worlds: impasto paintings and bricolages, photographs, personal artefa… https://t.co/UNLNFBjACY‘Tenet’, the first blockbuster to return to theatres, demonstrates Hollywood’s eagerness to ‘exploit bodily presenc… https://t.co/C5DlNAKMzBRosanna McLaughlin: ‘Ignoring a writer’s choice of name and replacing it with their legal designation – itself a pa… https://t.co/w5Ipthjftg
9/7
2020

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