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Art or Not?  
2/20/15 Posted 2/20/15

Art or Not? The art PR world: love it or hate it, it's a dab hand at spin. Each week, ArtSlant asks our readers to indulge us in a game of spot the difference. This week: empty galleries. Which of the images described below is judged to be a genuine work of art, by an artist who has won a prestigious art prize? #1 Lights go on, lights go off—sunshine and rain, and then back to beginning to repeat endlessly. I do not know what the artist was thinking about when he made it, but to me i... [more]

Art Nova: 42 galleries present recent works by 104 artists  
10/26/11 Posted 10/26/11

(Source: Email) From December 1 through 4, Miami Beach, Florida, will host the 10th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, the most prestigious art show in America. The Art Nova sector is a platform where emerging and established galleries present new or recent work by either two or three artists at Art Basel Miami Beach. This year, 42 international galleries have been chosen by the Selection Committee for the sector, and works by 104 artists from around the globe will be on display. Limited to wo... [more]

Culver City ARTWALK 2011 (June 4, 2011)  
6/4/11 Posted 6/4/11

(Source: Culver City Website. Found on Culver City ARTWALK 2011. Saturday, June 4, 2011 (2pm - 8pm) The City of Culver City presents the 6th annual ARTWALK Culver City on Saturday, June 4, 2011 from 2pm to 8pm. This free, self-guided tour of over thrity-five local art galleries and exhibition spaces is sponsored by The Hammer Museum, ForYourArt, 89.9 KCRW, LA Weekly, Flavorpill and Sony Pictures Entertainment. ARTWALK Culver City opens the doors... [more]

Free entrance for Chinese citizens to public museums and galleries  
2/11/11 Posted 2/11/11

(Excerpt from 'Shanghai’s galleries to be free by 2012' posted on Cable News Network, Feb. 2011. Found on By the end of 2012, no one in Shanghai will have to pay to see the city's public art. First it was the museums, and now galleries are following suit and going gratis -- or they will be by 2012. The Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Finance released the news on Thursday that Chinese citizens won’t have to pay to... [more]

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