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What became of the NADA art fair 1.0 generation?
With the announcement this week that New York dealer Lisa Cooley will be closing her seven-year-old downtown gallery, ARTnews is taking a look at a slightly earlier generation of galleries—call it the NADA 1.0 Generation....
Google Returns Literary Blog Data to Dennis Cooper
New York City Commissions Artists to Paint Murals for Mental Health Awareness
New Museum to Mount Major Raymond Pettibon Survey
Omer Tiroche Marks Gallery Rebrand with Rarely Seen Picassos
American art as main feature of St. Moritz Art Masters
Gagosian to Host Hillary Clinton Fundraiser, LA Portrait Project Brings Together 733 Female Artists, and More
Gagosian to Host Hillary Clinton Fundraiser:On September 12, Larry Gagosian will host a fundraising auction for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at his West 21st St. gallery. ...
In The Russian Provinces, A City Bets on Culture for Revival but Runs Afoul of a Regime
The New York Times recently ran an extraordinary story about the hopes for economic renewal led by cultural innovation invested in Russia’s provincial town of Perm. The story emphasizes how the Russian regime squelched the plans with anti-Western bias....
The Danny Lyon retrospective at the Whitney Museum is quietly brilliant
In 1967, a group of construction workers in Lower Manhattan grew suspicious of a man taking pictures of half-demolished buildings. Was he some antiwar hippie? ...
Matthew Weinstein on Moholy-Nagy at the Guggenheim and ‘lady dynamite’
The painting Z VIII (1924) by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946), is a schematic representation of intersecting transparent planes....