Got a good look at it when it passed through Christie’s in London
“Automated Colour Field“, 2011 by Rebecca Baumann. 100 Flip-clocks, laser cut paper, batteries.
Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913 (cc) Enric Archivell
(c) Christopher Burke, Louise Bourgeois, Hauser&Wirth
Louise Bourgeois: The Fabric Works “Conscious and Unconscious” — Hauser&Wirth
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Among the younger artists taking off were the Portuguese Joana Vasconcelos, whose giant pair of stilettos, made from kitchen pots and pans, sold for a triple-estimate £505,000
Art Sales: Spring brings rays of sunshine - Telegraph
Gerhard Richter Abstract Paintings at Marian Goodman Gallery | SLAMXHYPE | The New Order Magazine | Your Place For Street Culture News
The pictures you should have seen before heading to RCA secret.
This is simply the best Turner Prize in living memory.
The Turner Prize is the best of British art| Arts | This is London
“Art:21–Art in the Twenty-First Century” is the only series on television to focus exclusively on contemporary visual art and artists in the United States, and it uses the medium of television to provide an experience of the visual arts that goes far beyond a gallery visit. Fascinating and intimate footage allows the viewer to observe the artists at work, watch their process as they transform inspiration into art, and hear their thoughts as they grapple with the physical and visual challenges of achieving their artistic visions.
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So much of the imagery here is so blatantly figurative that my advice to you it is to forget entirely the fact that the show is called Abstract America and to view it instead as a random gathering of fresh-to-the-market American artists who took Charles Saatchi’s fancy.
Saatchi Gallery’s abstract American show - Times Online (Januszczak)
Monoprints, feminism, banality and what looks to be an exciting short film. Will go in the next few weeks.
I ask why dildos are central to his vision of the former prime minister. Is it a way of insulting her? No, he says, not at all. “The dildos just underline the mysterious, deeply buried sexuality that she has and it comes with a whiff of testosterone, not feminine sexiness. They’re about the testosterone she surrounded herself with. She was literally surrounded by cocks. She should have been a feminist icon for the power she had, but she absolutely wasn’t. So you’ve got something that is negative and implying criticism but hopefully the bravura of the piece, the majesty, not to pay myself a compliment, dances with those things.”
Hell, in its new, extra-large form, is so ambitious, so ghastly, so sick and so brilliant that I hereby nominate it as the key contemporary artwork of our times.