Unsung Heroes: The Women of the New School of Paris
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by Benjamin Verheijden
2d ago
The New School of Paris Through Its Pioneering Women (1945-1964) at Perrotin in New York explores an unsung moment in Paris after World War II, focusing on some of the The post Unsung Heroes: The Women of the New School of Paris appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Frieze x Deutsche Bank Emerging Curators Fellowship to Partner with Ikon Gallery for Fifth Iteration
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by Benjamin Verheijden
3d ago
The Frieze x Deutsche Bank Emerging Curators Fellowship will return for its fifth edition in 2024, this time in partnership with Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery. It will be awarded to one The post Frieze x Deutsche Bank Emerging Curators Fellowship to Partner with Ikon Gallery for Fifth Iteration appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Who is Kiki Xuebing Wang? The London-based painter exploring memory and perception
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by Benjamin Verheijden
4d ago
Vibrant oil paint refracts across the canvas, transitioning fluidly from deep amethyst purples to radiant yellows before merging into verdant greens. The surface of the canvas is segmented into patches The post Who is Kiki Xuebing Wang? The London-based painter exploring memory and perception appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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What Peter Hujar’s ‘Portraits in Life and Death’ Taught Us About Grief
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by Benjamin Verheijden
5d ago
Peter Hujar’s Portraits in Life and Death at Istituto Santa Maria della Pietà is a collection of startlingly beautiful images from two different prominent series. Twenty-nine of the images are The post What Peter Hujar’s ‘Portraits in Life and Death’ Taught Us About Grief appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Four Artists Exhibiting at TEFAF Share Their Fair Highlights
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by Benjamin Verheijden
6d ago
To experience an art fair is to encounter one of the more overwhelming arenas in which to view art. Having a roadmap to streamline the time spent meandering through seemingly The post Four Artists Exhibiting at TEFAF Share Their Fair Highlights appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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How to Become a Dealer: Sid Motion
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by Tschabalala
1w ago
Sid Motion Gallery, London Sid Motion is the native North Londoner behind one of London’s most exciting and emerging galleries. Motion grew up in a creative household with a natural The post How to Become a Dealer: Sid Motion appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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On Being an Angel: Francesca Woodman and Julia Margaret Cameron at the National Portrait Gallery
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by Benjamin Verheijden
1w ago
Like dreams, angels exist in limbo: between the corporeal and the spiritual, the earthly and the divine. Photography exists in a similar realm, acting as both a record and a The post On Being an Angel: Francesca Woodman and Julia Margaret Cameron at the National Portrait Gallery appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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A Dirty Mirror in the House of God: On Maurizio Cattelan’s Sunday and November
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by Benjamin Verheijden
1w ago
It’s a dreary, glum Tuesday morning in Chelsea, New York, and I’m waiting outside the entrance of Gagosian Gallery’s West 21st St. Location for my editor. We were out drinking The post A Dirty Mirror in the House of God: On Maurizio Cattelan’s Sunday and November appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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COSMIC CALLING MAY 2024 – Inspired by Keith Haring 
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by Benjamin Verheijden
1w ago
Strap in for a stellar voyage, infused with the electrifying spirit of Keith Haring’s vibrant vision! May blasts off with Pluto’s retrograde, urging reflection and clarity. As we celebrate Haring’s The post COSMIC CALLING MAY 2024 – Inspired by Keith Haring  appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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They Can Leave if They Want: Ann Liv Young’s “Marie Antoinette”
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by Benjamin Verheijden
1w ago
Ann Liv Young has transformed her Brooklyn apartment into a theatre to present her latest performance piece. What happens on stage is sure to surprise. It’s a Saturday night in The post They Can Leave if They Want: Ann Liv Young’s “Marie Antoinette” appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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