1. likeafieldmouse:

    Julian Hoeber - Execution Changes

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  3. hydeordie:

Man Bartlett matthew / barney / frank 2014
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Man just blew my mind. Happy Friday y’all!

    hydeordie:

    Man Bartlett matthew / barney / frank 2014

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    Man just blew my mind. Happy Friday y’all!

  4. hyperallergic:

An Affordable New York Art Gallery Calls It Quits
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    An Affordable New York Art Gallery Calls It Quits

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  5. Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, “Untitled” (1977)

    Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, “Untitled” (1977)

  6. 1.6.2014

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Liu Dan Dictionary, 1991 (at The Met)

    hydeordie:

    Liu Dan Dictionary, 1991 (at The Met)

  7. 12.3.2013

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    These are a few of the books featured on Modern Art Notes’ list of the best art books of 2013. Click here to learn what made these books great and to read the rest of the list. 

    Many of the authors featured in MAN’s list were guests on The Modern Art Notes Podcast. Over the next couple days MANPodcast.com will be featuring their appearances on the show. 

  8. hyperallergic:

How Van Gogh’s Ear Incident Went ‘Viral’ in 1888

The hospital in Arles where Vincent van Gogh stayed after he cut off his ear (photograph by the…

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    How Van Gogh’s Ear Incident Went ‘Viral’ in 1888

    The hospital in Arles where Vincent van Gogh stayed after he cut off his ear (photograph by the…

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  9. 9.10.2013

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    This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast spotlights the unfolding crisis in Detroit, specifically as it related to the city’s art collection and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

    The program was built around the dozens of emails we received from listeners when we asked them to share with us their memories of the DIA and their stories of how the DIA had been important in their lives. The stories of seven of those listeners — Taylor Renee Aldridge, Jaclyn Millichamp, Andrew Mackey, Julie Thomson, Lauren Rossi Harroun, Bernard Yenelouis and Michelle Perron — are at the core of this week’s show.

    Because about 80 percent of the listeners who wrote in mentioned Diego Rivera’s Detroit Industry murals as being of special import to them, this week’s MAN Podcast features an extra focus on Rivera’s masterpiece.

    The DIA is currently conserving the 13 Rivera cartoons (full-scale preparatory drawings) for the murals that it has in its collection in advance of exhibiting many of them in 2013. Up above you can see one of the multi-panel cartoons (for this section of the mural) laid out on a floor at the DIA. The second image is the cartoon they are examining.

    Joining me to talk about the murals and the cartoons are:

    • Linda Downs, the executive director of the College Art Association and the author of the marvelous 1999 book "Diego Rivera: The Detroit Industry Murals;"
    • Nancy Sojka, a curator of prints, drawings and photographs at the DIA; and
    • Christopher Foster, a conservator at the DIA.

    Special thanks to the National Gallery of Art library and especially to Michigan’s own Kevin Woodland who created the graphics for this week’s show (such as the banner on MANPodcast.com). Check out more of his "Hands Off Detroit" project.

    Listen to this week’s program: Download the show to your PC/mobile device. See more images of more cartoons! Also:

  10. 9.10.2013

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Happy birthday to Sol LeWitt, born on this day in 1928! Starting from the radical idea that an artwork’s concept is more important than its form, Sol LeWitt helped revolutionize the definition of art in the 1960s.
LISTEN: Artists Sol LeWitt and Tom Marioni and curator Gary Garrels discuss LeWitt’s wall drawings and the birth of conceptual art→This photo, taken by SFMOMA staffer Don Ross, shows our installation crew working on Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #935: Color bands in four directions, which was on view in our Atrium back in 2000.

    sfmoma:

    Happy birthday to Sol LeWitt, born on this day in 1928! 

    Starting from the radical idea that an artwork’s concept is more important than its form, Sol LeWitt helped revolutionize the definition of art in the 1960s.

    LISTEN: Artists Sol LeWitt and Tom Marioni and curator Gary Garrels discuss LeWitt’s wall drawings and the birth of conceptual art→

    This photo, taken by SFMOMA staffer Don Ross, shows our installation crew working on Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #935: Color bands in four directions, which was on view in our Atrium back in 2000.

  11. gregcaldwellart:

dropping apples.  9-8-13.

    gregcaldwellart:

    dropping apples.  9-8-13.

  12. hyperallergic:

The Top 10 Art Documentaries to Watch on Netflix Instant

I like to think of the mythical Netflix Marathon as the process of accumulating inspiration, but it…

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    hyperallergic:

    The Top 10 Art Documentaries to Watch on Netflix Instant

    I like to think of the mythical Netflix Marathon as the process of accumulating inspiration, but it…

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  13. 5.25.2013

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Oligopoly (Revised), watercolor, acrylic ink, and colored pencil on panel, 2011. Courtesy of Postmasters Gallery

    powhida:

    Oligopoly (Revised), watercolor, acrylic ink, and colored pencil on panel, 2011. Courtesy of Postmasters Gallery

  14. 5.25.2013

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    ohryankelley:

    The Hood Internet – Doin’ It Good (Kanye West vs Daft Punk)