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Jasper Johns Unveils Dynamic Paintings & Works on Paper for NYC Exhibition

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Heralded for his dynamic works of Abstract Expressionism that helped propelled the Pop Art movement, Jasper Johns continues to push the boundaries of his practice that isn’t restricted to any specific art genre. The American painter and sculptor is now the subject of a solo exhibition at Matthew Marks Gallery in New York City. Entitled […]

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Joakim Ojanen & Case Studyo Launch 'Boy with BFF Riding in the Wind' Sculpture

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Case Studyo teamed up with Swedish-born artist Joakim Ojanen on a special edition sculpture release. Entitled Boy with BFF Riding in the Wind, the black patinated bronze artwork stands at 40 centimeters tall. The childlike subject is an extension of Ojanen’s signature practice of creating pieces that draw upon raw moments of human expression. The artist is […]

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MoMA Design Store SoHo Opens Print Pop-Up Featuring Limited-Edition Posters

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The MoMA Design Store in SoHo will soon offer customers the chance to peruse “The Print Shop,” a curated pop-up featuring over 100 rare and limited-edition posters. Works will include pieces from more than 50 of the artists featured in the Museum of Modern Art’s own collection, as well as selections pulled from various institutions and events around […]

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Look Inside James Evans' "It's Fun In The End" Exhibition

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New York City-based artist James Evans recently launched his solo exhibition at downtown Manhattan’s Spring Place. Entitled “It’s Fun In The End,” the show features Evans’ photorealistic artworks made using oil paint. The large-scale canvases predominantly portray discarded objects such as ketchup packets, crushed beer cans, and Trojan condom packages. The labeling of these commercial […]

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Joshua Aronson Explores Gender & Sexuality Through Striking Portraiture

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New York-based photographer Joshua Aronson recently launched a solo exhibition at Chicago’s Congruent Space. Entitled “I Thought About Posting This,” the week-long show displayed stills, fashion snaps, nude portraiture, and documentary materials. Through these works, the artist aims to introduce new dialogues on gender and sexuality. “‘I Thought About Posting This’ is an installation of my work exploring the […]

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Best Art Drops: Modernica x Vans Vault Capsule, Miles Johnston Sculptures & More

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Every week we spotlight the best art drops by notable artists, galleries, museums and contemporary art platforms across the globe. Listed items typically encompass limited edition artworks, prints, collectible figures, collaborative merchandise and more. For this week’s installment, Modernica partnered with Vans Vault on special furniture and footwear capsule, Miles Johnston unveils his limited Loss […]

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NIGO Returns to Sotheby's for “NIGOLDENEYE® Vol. 1.” Auction

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Japanese designer, music producer, and creative entrepreneur NIGO is returning to Sotheby’s after a nearly four-year hiatus with a compelling auction titled “NIGOLDENEYE® Vol. 1.” The latest sell-off of the cultural icon’s prized personal goods manifests his forward-thinking vision that helped create his legacy as it is known today. Well-known for his discerning eye across […]

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Karl Lagerfeld Honored in Upcoming Photography Retrospective

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In homage to Karl Lagerfeld who passed away on Tuesday, Galerie Gmurzynska in Zurich will present a photography retrospective highlighting over 50 works by the legendary Chanel creative director. Gmurzynska was the first fine art institution to exhibit Lagerfeld’s artworks, heavily comprised of portraiture, still lifes, and street photography. The exhibited photos cover two decades […]

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Artist Jeron Braxton's Trippy Animations Spotlighted in NYC Exhibit

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Artist and animator Jeron Braxton is the subject of a current exhibition at New York City’s Thierry Goldberg Gallery. Entitled “You Can,” the show features acid-induced animations found within video game culture as a way for the artist to tackle heavy subject matter such as “mass incarceration, gun violence and the exploitation of natural resources,” […]

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Tyler Mitchell's First Solo Photo Exhibition Coming to Amsterdam's Foam Museum

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New York-based photographer Tyler Mitchell became a household name after his history-making Vogue shoot with Beyoncé, making him the first African-American to ever shoot a cover for the storied fashion magazine. Less than a year later, the 24-year-old creator is getting his first solo photography exhibition, “I Can Make You Feel Good,” presented by Amsterdam’s Foam Museum. […]

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