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Art Apr 9, 2014

5 Must-See U.S. Art Exhibitions in April

The month of April hosts a few noteworthy exhibitions in Europe, including the previously covered exhibitions of Ai Weiwei’s “Evidence” at Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin and Wes Lang’s “The Studio” at the Aros Museum in Denmark. It goes… Read more
Art Apr 4, 2014

Art Director nois7′s Surreal Images

Robert Jahns, better known as nois7, has casually been manipulating photos to create surreal, impossible situations for some time now. Featured throughout much of his work are cities – bold old and new – infused with extremes, from the… Read more
Art Apr 3, 2014

Ai Weiwei “Evidence” at Martin-Gropius-Bau

For his largest solo exhibition to date, Ai Weiwei recently installed 6,000 wooden stools across the Martin-Gropius-Bau hall in Berlin. Opening tomorrow, “Evidence” features a combination of new works and installations which were either… Read more
Art Apr 2, 2014

Emoji-nation by Nastya Nudnik

Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik presents his latest work, Emoji-nation, expanding on the usage of emojis to express our feelings. Featured in the work are computer elements contrasted against and incorporated into modern life and the… Read more
Art Apr 1, 2014

Mini Manhattan Marble Sculpture by Yutaka Sone

How much do you love your city? Enough to spend 20 years pacing its streets, mapping their layout, measuring its size, surveying the height and width of its buildings, and then painstakingly carving the entire thing into solid marble? No?… Read more
Art Mar 30, 2014

The Armory Show: A New York Icon

In the 21st century, where innumerable art fairs dominate the art market calendar, the biggest challenge these fairs face is how to stand out as significant places to visit. In the last decade The Armory Show has distinguished itself as one… Read more
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