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by Philippa Snow
They call it “Marbs.” Some of them do, anyway—not the real deal money; not 'Tony' and 'Mel' Banderas-Griffi... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Europe's refugee crisis has reached political and humanitarian extremes this year, with an unprecedented number of asylum seekers&... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Alejandro Zaia, the head of the critically-acclaimed Pinta London, is an unusual figure in the art world, coming to the world... [more]
by Kimberly B. Johnson
As the chief founding director of Nottingham Contemporary—one of the U.K’s largest art centers—Farquharson kno... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Taturo Atzu at De Oude Kerk
The number of tourists pouring into Amsterdam increases steadily every year. Obviously Madame Tussauds, the Anne Frank House... [more]
by Alex Anderson
From the didactically ornate, magical sculptures of Adrian Arleo to the pensive and powerful busts of Jacob Foran, Abmeyer+W... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Welcome to the sixth installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual a... [more]
by Joe Bucciero
“Ownership is the most intimate relationship that one can have to objects. Not that they come alive in him; it is he w... [more]
by Natalie Hegert
Ronchini Gallery
They say that for an art collection to have impact it must have a strong focus, a direction. For London-based collector and patron... [more]
by Kimberly B. Johnson
Celebrated artist and political activist Ai Weiwei has received his passport back from the Chinese government four years after... [more]
by Kimberly B. Johnson
Los Angeles’ latest contemporary art access point, The Broad Museum, will officially open its doors to the public on Se... [more]
by James Loks
Lisson Gallery
If you look out the window these days you can’t help but see boys, girls, and the political all manifest on the pavement,... [more]
by Lara Atallah
Paris Tear Sheets is the blog of ArtSlant's Georgia Fee Artist-in-Residence, Lara Atallah, who will be undertaking her residency in Paris dur... [more]
by Marianne Templeton
In a recent lecture on the work of Harun Farocki, Thomas Elsaesser proposed that in a time pervaded by performative approaches... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Museum De Lakenhal
Empty prisons, abandoned shipyards, derelict factories—in the past couple of decades these raw and unpolished places have be... [more]
by Char Jansen
In today's atmosphere of techno-voyeurism, we're constantly peeking through the keyhole to see how other people live. The artist's studio... [more]
by Bea De Sousa
When private collections take on major dimensions, rather than donating works to existing institutions, the collectors who p... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
On June 20, the Berlin-based online auction house Auctionata sold an 18th century Chinese clock. Created by a Guangzhou workshop,... [more]
by Joe Bucciero
Andrea Crespo at Hester
Within the first few minutes of David Cronenberg’s 1999 movie eXistenZ, video game designer Allegra Geller is referred t... [more]
by Yoli (Yoanna) Terziyska
Where Pain Becomes Beauty is an exhibition at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi, in Florence, presenting 19 works by the young Iraqi-I... [more]
by Ionit Behar
Where did we ever get the strange idea that nature—as opposed to culture—is ahistorical and timeless? We are far... [more]
by Olga Stefan
“People here need art to be fun, that’s the first step. Then maybe when they start understanding more, it can als... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Welcome to the fifth installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual a... [more]
by Lara Atallah
Paris Tear Sheets is the blog of ArtSlant's Georgia Fee Artist-in-Residence, Lara Atallah, who will be undertaking her residency in Paris dur... [more]
by James Loks
Do we make the assumption that art is good for us? If so, on what evidence do we base that assumption? There are intelligent... [more]
by Leora Lutz
There have been a lot of articles about the rise of education debt accrued by students in the United States, especially where arts-focused degrees are concerned. Few degrees these days can guarantee employment, regardless of the field, and it is becoming increasingly h... [more]
by Lauren McQuade
The Arts District farmers' market in Los Angeles is a recent addition to a small but growing community wedged between Little Tok... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
What does the conscience of a profession look like? Physicians and futurists have ethics councils. This or that Board or Agency m... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
The vast number “51200000” begins a small quote in Peter Kennard’s retrospective at the Imperial War Museum, London... [more]
by Philippa Snow
John Waters at Sprüth Magers London
Look, here's the thing: under certain circumstances (in a court of law, in matters of dress, in affairs of the heart) I believe i... [more]
by Eva Recinos
Romantics looking to express their love with a padlock on Les Pont des Arts over the Canal Saint Martin in Paris are in need to f... [more]
by James Loks
Carsten Höller at Hayward Gallery
“Like a fun fair, but without the fun” was the quote from one of my companions at the Carsten Höller exhibition a... [more]
by Bea De Sousa
It's been one of the most turbulent weeks in the modern history of Greece. The nation's position within the eurozone remains preca... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
Radamés “Juni” Figueroa at Edel Assanti
With record high temperatures in London at present, the city is suddenly awash with the tropical: denim hot pants, turquoise... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
The small Dutch city of Utrecht is receiving worldwide attention this weekend as its charming canals and cobbled corridors play... [more]
by Danna Lorch
In response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage equality, Ramallah-based artist Khaled Jarrar wittingly sp... [more]
by Paul Hanford
How do you like your Eggs? Controversial. This may be the answer the Milwaukee Art Museum would give after its recent acquisition of Egg... [more]
by Stephanie Berzon
EVOL at Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 529 W. 20th
Gentrification is the big bad wolf in the modern day urban party. Never formally invited, it heard of the gathering by word... [more]
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