Fall is right around the corner, and we’re looking forward to a new season of exhibitions—from Toyin Ojih Odutola’s first solo museum show to the most comprehensive exhibition of Laura Owens’s w...

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Annie Leist - Beacons: Red Hand 12, 2015Annie Leist is a visually impaired artist who makes amazing work. Check out her website for more paintings.

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Sneak peek at the entry wall of Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s, opening Friday, which features a pattern adapted from the wall mural of the Pop Shop (1986) by Keith Haring.

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Mothership (issue #1)Various artistsMothership Press, 201420x28cm52 pagesRisographSilk-screened coverEdition of 200(Submitted)

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December 12, 2011 David Armacost
October 5, 2012 Lou Ros
August 11, 2010 http://justinhollar.com/
February 2, 2016 Lois Dodd

Editor Anulfo Baez reviews Anders Zorn: A European Artist Seduces America which on view at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum until May 13, 2013 [continued at Big Red & Shiny…] Portrait of Isabella Stewart Gardner in Venice, 1894, Anders Zorn (Swedish, 1860-1920), Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

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June 4, 2015 Throw Back Thurz

jennilee: Unseen Henri Cartier-Bresson, for A Question of Color, London Somerset House (via NOWNESS)

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An introduction to Comets from a 20th-century stereograph:This is a wonderful view of a comet sweeping across the sky. Formerly these were looked upon as evil omens. They were thought to forecast the coming of famine, pestilence, or war. But scientists, even in ancient days, did not accept these statements. In Western Asia and Northern Europe the old star-gazers believed them to be what they are, “wanderers” across the sky following regular paths. Generally a comet is made up of three parts. You...

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April 15, 2015 by thisisnow_here
August 28, 2014 hardingmeyer: detail

Hi, I’m Sara and I’m 15 yrs old. I like to take pictures on my iPhone and I’m trying to get a new camera. #tumblrpics #moon #outside

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European Panel Paintings, A Handy GuideHere’s a free + new digital pub all about paintings on panel (wood), just translated from French with a grant from the Getty Foundation’s Panel Paintings Initiative: Wooden Supports in 12th–16th-Century European Paintings.Among the gems inside:Woodcuts showing panel makers at workMaps tracing forestation in Europe before the Industrial RevolutionA snapshot of woodworkers in medieval FranceExtracts from Renaissance-era painters’ contractsAn index of painting...

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August 30, 2012 EVAN HECOX
December 21, 2017 Alan Belcher at greengrassi
December 9, 2014 The shirt off my back.

ON VIEW @ SculptureCenterPublic Process Commission Mika Tajima: Meridian (Gold), June 9- September 25, 2016. Hunter’s Point South Park, Long Island City, NY. Installation view, Mika Tajima: Meridian (Gold), 2016, Hunter’s Point South Park, 2016. Pressurized water vapor system, networked LED bulbs, real-time gold commodity indexes, custom analysis program, wood, pigment, sculpted resin. 20 x 144 x 144 inches (50.8 x 365.8 x 365.8 cm). Commissioned by SculptureCenter, New York. Courtesy the artist...

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KASAMATSU Shiro(笠松紫浪 Japanese, 1898-1991?)Cherry and Toshogu in Ueno   櫻 上野東照宮 Woodblock print   via

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Our next window vinyl is up! We reopen October 7 with Cecily Brown: Rehearsal | Olga Chernysheva: Vague Accent | Open Sessions 8: Planes and Corridors | Gary Simmons: Ghost Reels. #FallExhibitions (at The Drawing Center)

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April 10, 2017 Jack Vanzet

“Actual space is intrinsically more powerful and specific than paint on a flat surface.” —Donald Judd, born on this day in 1928. The large-scale installation of 10 identical steel rectangles that constitute Untitled (1966)—seen here installed in the Whitney’s inaugural exhibition downtown, America Is Hard to See—command attention. Judd often staggered intervals between his geometric units with precise spacing in order to emphasize what he called “the thing as a whole” rather than the individual...

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