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    LONDON
    Naked Ladies and More
    by Charlotte Jansen
    Hayward Gallery
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    LOS ANGELES
    Our Man in Berlin
    by Christina Catherine Martinez
    Marsden Hartley at LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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    CHICAGO
    David Bowie Is: Star Power – An Interview with Michael Darling
    by Thea Liberty Nichols
    Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
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    PARIS
    Simple Pleasures
    by James Loks
    Daniel Buren at Palais Royal
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    AMSTERDAM
    Too Much Van Gogh: A journey from 3D to 2D and back again
    by Andrea Alessi and Manus Groenen
    Vincent Van Gogh at Beurs van Berlage
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    The ArtSlant Prize is a Showcase Series designed to exhibit and promote talented artists from around the world. The Showcase has six rounds per year, and in each round artists may enter one image and compete for different stages of winning status. The reviews include international gallerists, curators and other arts professionals. At the end of our yearly Showcase cycle, the top three winning artists receive an exhibition in a top art city or art fair, cash prizes, and the possiblity of having their work purchased for the ArtSlant Emerging Collection.
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    The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency in Paris, which was established in memory of ArtSlant's Founder, offers select artists and writers the opportunity to live and create work in Paris and to increase exposure of their work to an international audience. The Residency is open to visual artists of all mediums, art writers and critics, 24 years or older; recipients are chosen after a rigorous application and interview process.

    Each artist- or writer-in-residence maintains a blog where they can post works in progress, texts, and inspirations, giving us a glimpse of their process and their experiences in Paris.

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