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Sotheby’s Is Selling Off the Eclectic Collection of Beloved Actor Robin Williams This Fall
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This Artist Plastered the Facade of Austria’s Most Prestigious Art School With a 56-Foot Feminist Manifesto:
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Color Factory, One of the World’s Most Instagram-Baiting Art Experiences, Is Coming to New York
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James Turrell is known for his installation works, which challenge the way we perceive light and space. In this 2013 print, he translates this effect into a 2-dimensional form. Live for bidding now in our "California Cool" auction:
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Watch a Van Gogh Replica Painter in China Fulfill His Dream of Going to Europe to See the Real Thing
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Bowie, unmasked The work of Kate Garner merges music and fine art, as Garner began as a musician herself. Her 1995 portrait of David Bowie captures the more vulnerable side of a man known for elaborate disguises and personas. Live for bidding now:
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artnet Jul 22
“My whole theory about art is the disparity that exists between form, masses, and movement,” Happy birthday to Alexander Calder! The American artist was born on this day in 1898. Learn more about his life, artwork and works for sale now, on artnet:
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artnet Jul 21
A Banksy Bonanza: The Street Artist’s ‘Greatest Hits’ Take Center Stage in a London Show Organized By His Former Dealer
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artnet Jul 21
Billy Al Bengston was one of the early proponents of the 1960s Los Angeles art scene. His use of industrial materials - reminiscent of cars and motorcycles - illustrates the influence of California car culture. Live now in our "Californai Cool" sale:
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artnet Jul 21
In ‘Who Is America?’, Sacha Baron Cohen Tries to Dupe an Art Advisor. Can You Guess How She Fared?
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artnet Jul 21
Diving into the weekend To promote the 1972 games, the Olympic Committee commissioned poster designs from popular artists, such as this one by David Hockney. Live for bidding now on artnet Auctions, the print re-contextualizes Hockney's famous pool motif.
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artnet Jul 21
Behold the Technicolor Playground That Is teamLab’s New Digital Art Museum
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artnet Jul 20
Picasso, baby Pablo Picasso created this portrait of his second wife and last great muse, Jacqueline, in 1962. The work is live now in our auction, "Picasso and Miró: Select Works."
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artnet Jul 20
The Hong Kong Museum of Art Has Received a Major $480 Million Donation of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy:
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artnet Jul 20
‘It Reminded Me of How We Started’: Why Kurimanzutto Is Bringing a Show About a Short-Lived 1960s Art Gallery to New York:
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artnet Jul 20
Art Industry News: Pranked Art Advisor Now Says Sacha Baron Cohen Is Our New ‘Voltaire’ + Other Stories
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artnet Jul 20
Sotheby’s Is Selling Off the Eclectic Collection of Beloved Actor Robin Williams This Fall:
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artnet Jul 20
Want Free Museum Entry With Your Library Card? Too Bad. Most of the New ‘Culture Pass’ Tickets Are Already Sold Out:
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artnet Jul 20
More Than Just a ’90s Firebrand: Three New Exhibitions Offer a More Complex Look at Artist David Wojnarowicz:
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artnet Jul 19
Watch Chinese Art Star Cao Fei Use Video Games and Hip Hop to Construct Surreal Alternate Realities:
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