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"The artist has expanded his practice into more broadly executed compositions, sweeping landscapes incorporating his honed sense of figuration in engagement with broader landscapes, rendered in scraped and squeegeed expanses of paint that give the works a sweeping sense of energy and power."- Daniel Creahan

Read Art Observed's review of "Adrian Ghenie: Recent Paintings," on view at 510 West...
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New York – Adrian Ghenie: “Recent Paintings” at Pace Gallery Through February 18th, 2017
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“Every painting is abstract,” according to Adrian Ghenie. Read an ARTnews Magazine interview with Ghenie on his approach to painting and his recent work, on view at 510 W25th St.


‘Every Painting Is Abstract’: Adrian Ghenie on His Recent Work and Evolving Sense of Self | ARTnews
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“Becoming Imperceptible," Adam's Pendleton's largest museum survey to date, is on view at Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland MOCA. The artist uses gospel music and speech to explore issues of race in America.
NYT Magazine speaks about the exhibition on the convergence of sound and visual arts:


This Season, Art Gets Noisy
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"Louise Nevelson was unique, a one-off. She had her own style of dressing, of living, of sculpting. Her work was like no one else’s. She never looked the way artists were supposed to look; even when she was broke, she managed to look like a million dollars.” –Laurie Wilson

Read Hyperallergic's review of Laurie Wilson's new biography, "Louise Nevelson: Light and Shadow."


A New Louise Nevelson Biography Picks Apart the Artist's Contradictions
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Here is a sneak peek of Tara Donovan’s new exhibition opening at 6pm at 537 W24th St. The works in the exhibition are comprised of using hundreds of composition cards.

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“The idea becomes a machine that makes the art.” – Sol LeWitt, 1932

“Sol LeWitt: 6 Wall Drawings” will be opening this Sunday, February 19 at Musée des beaux-arts Le Locle.


Musée des beaux-arts - Sol LeWitt
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"David Hockney is "at once rustic yet metropolitan, easy to understand yet varied."

Read Artsy's review of the current David Hockney retrospective at Tate and learn more about this artist who eschews categorization.


David Hockney’s Retrospective Is Irresistibly British
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"If I covered it with dishes, I would have a surface I hadn't seen before."- Julian Schnabel discussing his process making his first plate painting in 1978.

Revisit the artist’s lecture at the Aspen Art Museum ahead of his upcoming exhibition “New Plate Paintings,” opening one week from today at Pace 510 West 25th Street.


Pace Gallery - Julian Schnabel speaks at Aspen Art Museum
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02/14/2017 at 20:51. Facebook
We are looking forward to the 57th Venice Biennale, where Liu Jianhua will be featured in the group exhibition "Viva Arte Viva." He will be exhibiting his 2014 work “Square,” which consists of 64 individual steel sheets and gold glazed porcelain pools.

Image: "Square No. 17," 2014

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“In the mind there are no boundaries between ideas and concepts…Boundaries are created when ideas and concepts are materialized in the real world.” – teamLab

teamLab / チームラボ's exhibition “Transcending Boundaries” will be on view at 6 Burlington Gardens through March 11. You can watch videos of the installations via The Creators Project

#teamLab #TranscendingBoundaries

Float in a Digital Waterfall at teamLab’s New Exhibit in London | The Creators Project
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The Guardian reviews David Hockney’s retrospective at Tate. The exhibition surveys the pivotal moments of Hockney’s life and career, illustrating his legacy as one of the most celebrated artists.


David Hockney review – sunshine superman
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02/13/2017 at 15:22. Facebook
A major retrospective at Tate Britain showcases more than 60 years of Hockney's work. NPR's Susan Stamberg visited the contemporary artist in his studio, high, high up in the Hollywood Hills.

At 79, David Hockney Isn't Keen On Parties, But Still Paints Every Day
If you're in Shanghai, don't miss a talk on "Song Dong and the Chinese Contemporary Art since the 1990s" next Friday at 7:30pm at Rockbund Art Museum. Art critic and curator Karen Smith will discuss how contemporary art in China derives from local society and how this art was able to thrive against all odds.


【RAM Talks】Song Dong and the Chinese Contemporary Art since the 1990s | Event | Rockbund Art Museum
“For my art, I have been fascinated with learning about, expressing, and being inspired by nature...We have different tools at our disposal to look at, play with, and be inspired by.” – Maya Lin

Northwest Asian Weekly interviews Maya Lin about her creative process intertwining art, architecture and environmental issues.


Maya Lin: A vision of the future
Pace congratulates Kiki Smith on being selected to participate in La Biennale di Venezia. Smith will be included in "Viva Arte Viva," a group exhibition curated by Christine Macel.

Image: "Rogue Stars," 2012

#KikiSmith #VivaArteViva
"Chewing Gum II" is now open at Pace at 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queens Road Central, Hong Kong. The title of the show alludes to the universal dialogue among the artists, regardless of cultural background.
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art will be opening "Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends" in the spring. This retrospective will bring together over 250 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, and sound and video recordings. Get a sneak peek at Blouin Artinfo:


Robert Rauschenberg at MoMA, New York | Artinfo
Due to weather conditions, all Pace New York locations will close at 3pm today and will reopen at 10am tomorrow. Stay warm.

Image: Zhang Huan, "Winter Plum Blossom," 2011

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Showing a softer phase of the artist’s career, “Kenneth Noland: Into the Cool” features never-before-exhibited paintings the artist created shortly before his death in 2010. The exhibition is on view at 32 East 57th Street through March 4. Via Village Voice


Kenneth Noland: Into the Cool