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Washington Post - Academy 2014 by Emerson Myers Travis Beauchene, Erick Antonio Benitez, Lorenzo Cardim, James Bernard Cole, Jeremy Jirsa, Joshua James Johnson, Lauren Shea Little, Scarlett McCalman, Ceci Cole Mcinturff, Emerson Myers, Maggie Schneider, Ali Seradge, Alan Siggers, Steven Skowron, Cameron Stalheim, Travis J. Wagner, Levester Williams at CONNERSMITH
July 12th - August 9th
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead presents an entirely new body of work by Lydia Gifford (born Cheltenham, 1979) produced for BALTIC’s ground floor gallery space. Drawn will be Gifford’s first solo exhibition in a UK institution. Exploring her ongoing concern with the language of painting and the balance between painting and object, the exhibition will be a choreographed series of encounters, gestures and conversations.
Known for works that are situated on the boundaries of... [more]
Yep, a fluorescent chartreuse yellow statue of Lenin awkwardly holding his thing and peeing has come to Pole-land. According to The Independent (which mistakenly reported the statue being "fluorescent green"), the 'pubic' statue of Lenin was erected as part of Krakow's 6th Grolsch ArtBloom Festival in its eastern Nowa Huta district. The so-called Fountain of the Future stands in a place where another statue of Lenin was before it was dismembered in 1989 (and later bought by a Swedish millionai... [more]
It's nearly time for the ultra luxe Swiss art event of the year: the original, uncomparable Art Basel. Our Art Basel Special Edition coverage starts Monday with previews of the satellite fairs and the main event, the special curatorial projects, including the highly anticipated 14 Rooms curated by HUO and K-Bies (that's Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Klaus Biesenbach, btw), and on-the-ground reports from main hall and beyond...
See you in Basel!