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Andrés Sardá y Juan Vidal: sus últimas creaciones
28/07/2015
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Les finalistes du Prix du Public pour le Rado Star Prize France 2015
28/07/2015
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Un vistazo por dentro de The Ludlow
28/07/2015
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Un vistazo por dentro de The Ludlow
28/07/2015
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Zuzanna Czebatul at Ludlow 38
28/07/2015
Artist: Zuzanna Czebatul Venue: Ludlow 38, New York Exhibition Title: Opus Sectile Date: June 28 – July 31, 2015 Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of Courtesy of the artist, Ludlow 38, New York, and Gillmeier Rech, Berlin. Photos by MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38. […]Contemporary Art Daily is produced by Contemporary Art Group, a not-for-profit organization. We rely on our audience to help fund the publication of exhibitions that show up in this RSS feed. Please consider supporting us by making a donation today. Read full article here

Un vistazo por dentro de The Ludlow
28/07/2015
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Paris’s Centre Pompidou-Metz Heads Underground with Warhol
28/07/2015
Paris’s Centre Pompidou-Metz Heads Underground with WarholIf you thought you knew everything there was to know about Andy Warhol, the undisputed high priest of Pop art, the exhibition “Warhol Underground” at the Centre Pompidou-Metz in Paris might just change your mind. “I never wanted to be a painter; I wanted to be a tap dancer” and “I don't paint any more, I gave it up about a year ago and just do movies now” are just two of the many statements made by Warhol in the 1960s that signified his ambitions beyond the pictorial field. Proclaimed as an unprecedented re-reading of Warhol’s work, “Warhol Underground” explores the impact of the music, film, and cutting-edge choreography of New York’s underground scene on Warhol’s multidimensional, multilayered practice. Visitors will rediscover Warhol’s work through more than 150 photographs by the likes of Nat Finkelstein, Billy Name, Steve Schapiro, and Stephen Shore, as well as a selection of films, vinyl record sleeves, and some of Warhol’s most emblematic paintings and prints. “Warhol Underground” will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s pivotal 1965 meeting with Velvet Underground members Lou Reed, John Cale, and Sterling Morrison which led to Warhol becoming the manager of the pioneering experimental rock band. The Velvet Underground were one of the many now famous regulars at Warhol’s legendary New York “Silver Factory” studio, workshop, and concert space, which has been recreated for the exhibition complete with the iconic aluminum-foil-lined walls.    Other highlights of the exhibition include a reconstruction of Warhol’s multi-media live performance experiment, the Exploding Plastic Inevitable (EPI), as well as a presentation of Merce Cunningham’s dance piece Rainforest (1968) where dancers perform among Warhol’s Silver Clouds. “Warhol Underground” is at the Centre Pompidou-Metz until November 23, 2015. The exhibition is curated by Emma Lavigne, Director of Centre Pompidou-Metz, and is presented in partnership with the Andy Warhol Museum, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, and the Tate Liverpool. For more information visit the Centre Pompidou-Metz website here Select Photo Gallery: Warhol Fuels Bidding Once Again at Phillips de Pury's $94.8 Million SalePublished: July 28, 2015 Read full article here

Paris
28/07/2015
Language Undefined Location Website: http://www.galerie-obadia.comDisplay: Don't displayUse alternative description in place of "Hours" (Edit text below): Directions: Address: Javascript is required to view this map.Neighborhood: 1st ArrondissementLocation Phone: 33 01 42 74 67 68:primary; 33 01 42 74 68 66:faxAdmissions: Collections: Has Cafe: Has Store: Has Film: Is Free Listing: Opening Hours Alternative Text: location fax: Guide Landing page: Region on the Guide Landing page: None Read full article here

Met Draws Record-Breaking Crowds, Arnold Lehman Heads to Phillips, and More
28/07/2015
Met Draws Record-Breaking Crowds, Arnold Lehman Heads to Phillips, and More— Met Draws Record-Breaking Crowds: The Metropolitan Museum of Art saw 6.3 million visitors last year, the most since it began to track its attendance statistics more than 40 years ago. The museum points to the influx of foreign visitors, its new seven-day-a-week schedule, and recent blockbuster shows, like “China: Through the Looking Glass.” The latter has raked in more than 350,000 visitors so far — and that’s hardly a unique effect. Some 20 shows last year brought more than 100,000 visitors each. Director Thomas P. Campbell said this record relays “the ongoing enthusiasm for the Met’s exhibitions, collections, and programs,” which will expand to its new outpost in the Whitney’s former Breurer building come next March. [NYT] — Brooklyn Museum’s Arnold Lehman Heads to Phillips: Arnold Lehman, the outgoing director of the Brooklyn Museum, will join Phillips auction house as a senior adviser to the company after retiring from the museum in August. “With the art market developing in South America and Asia, there is an interest in looking at how Phillips can be more engaged in other parts of the world,” he said. Meanwhile, Karen Brooks Hopkins, who left her role directing the Brooklyn Academy of Music in June, will take up a one-year post as the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s first senior resident also in September. [WSJ]  — Oakland Developers Sue Over Public Art Obligations: In Oakland, the Building Industry Association of the Bay Area claims that a law mandating that commercial developers help pay for public art breaches both constitutional property and free-speech rights. The commercial developers lodged the complaint after being mandated to allocate 1 percent of construction costs to public art projects. “Commissioning more public art might be a laudable goal, but the responsibility to fund it should rest with city government and taxpayers as a whole, not with builders and the home buyers and renters who will have to pay more,” attorney Tony Francois of the Pacific Legal Foundation said. “Oakland is committing a broad-brush violation of the Constitution by treating builders, as well as home purchasers and renters, as ATMs to fund the City Council’s wish list for public art projects.” [Courthouse News, SFChronicle] — Biennale “Mosque” Files Claims to Reopen: The commissioner of Christoph Büchel’s mosque in Venice has filed a claim with a court in Venice in hopes to reopen the project, which was shut down by the city just two weeks after it opened. The Icelandic Art Center in Reykjavik, which commissioned the work and is filing the claim, also seeks €360,000 compensation from the city. Authorities originally closed the project, housed in the church of Santa Maria della Misericordia, because it violated safety regulations, exceeding number of occupants allowed in the space. The case is scheduled for review on July 29, and a verdict will be announced few days after. [TAN] — Shigeko Kubota Dies at 77: Shigeko Kubota, who pioneered the genre of video sculptures with her then-future husband Nam June Paik, has died at 77. “In video, time flows frame by frame,” she said in an interview in 2009. “If I combine it with a still object, the resulting space will be like a museum, like a pantheon. If it is brought to a public space, it can heal people’s minds — even, say, at a busy airport. It contains many possibilities.” [NYT] — David Walsh Acquires a Richard Wilson: Australian collector (and professional gambler) David Walsh has acquired Richard Wilson’s “20:50” for his Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania. The oil installation is currently owned by Saatchi Gallery in London. “I have paid a deposit on ‘20:50,’ but it is contemplated that it might go on a bit of a world tour before ‘delivery,’ in a couple of years. What I will do with it then remains steadfastly unresolved,” Walsh said. [TAN] —Ai Weiwei says he has been granted a travel visa to Germany. [Artdaily] —The Watermill Center benefit raked in $1.9 million this weekend. [WSJ,ARTnews] —New York’s Rizzoli Bookstore — noted for its art, architecture, and design selection — opened its new 5,000-square-foot space near the corner of 26th Street and Broadway. [WSJ] Published: July 28, 2015 Read full article here

“Warhol Underground” at Centre Pompidou-Metz
28/07/2015
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