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Mar. 16, 2022

‘God Forbid We Should Talk About Joy’: Jennie C. Jones on Dodging Pressure to Signify Blackness in Her Art, and Finding Her Own Language

A survey of Jones’s work, which includes sculpture, painting, and audio, is on view now at the Guggenheim.

‘God Forbid We Should Talk About Joy’: Jennie C. Jones on Dodging Pressure to Signify Blackness in Her Art, and Finding Her Own Language

Mar. 15, 2022

Inaugural BMC Prize Awarded to Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmanian

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC)
awards the inaugural BMC Prize to Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmanian

Inaugural BMC Prize Awarded to Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmanian

Aug. 29, 2021

7 Unbelievable and Contentious Takeaways From a New Documentary About ‘Salvator Mundi,’ the $450 Million ‘Lost Leonardo’

On March 5, 2014—less than a week after its founding—Artnet News published a short item based on a New York Times article about the sale of a recently discovered Leonardo da Vinci, Salvator Mundi, for a reported $75 million.

7 Unbelievable and Contentious Takeaways From a New Documentary About ‘Salvator Mundi,’ the $450 Million ‘Lost Leonardo’

Aug. 13, 2021

Vahid Chamani Solo Exhibition Aug 13th to Sep 3rd

AMINO ACIDS, A SOLO EXHIBITION
BY VAHID CHAMANI
August 13 to September 3rd, 2021
NIAN GALLERY, TEHRAN | IRAN

Vahid Chamani Solo Exhibition Aug 13th to Sep 3rd

Aug. 3, 2021

An Artist’s Memorial on the Site of Last Year’s Devastating Blast in Beirut Has Been Met With Sharp Criticism

Nadim Karam's 'The Gesture' marks the one-year anniversary of the deadly explosion.

An Artist’s Memorial on the Site of Last Year’s Devastating Blast in Beirut Has Been Met With Sharp Criticism

Jul. 19, 2021

Nairy Baghramian’s New Marble Sculpture in the Berkshire Wilds Reflects on the Strength and Fragility of the Human Body—See It Here

The artist is part of a group show taking place on the Massachusetts grounds of the Clark Institute.
As we wrote last week, the Clark Institute’s outdoor show “Ground/work” is one of summer’s more exciting events, offering visitors the chance to engage with bold public artworks outdoors, at the institution’s sprawling Berkshires campus.

Nairy Baghramian’s New Marble Sculpture in the Berkshire Wilds Reflects on the Strength and Fragility of the Human Body—See It Here

Jul. 17, 2021

AMERICAN GIFT | Solo Exhibition by ALI CHITSAZ

" AMERICAN GIFT " SOLO EXHIBITION BY ALI CHITSAZ
July 17- August 14, 2021 AT THE BRIDGE AND TUNNEL GALLERY, BROOKLYN, NY

AMERICAN GIFT | Solo Exhibition by ALI CHITSAZ

Jul. 7, 2021

‘I Felt in Between Places’: Iranian Artist Arghavan Khosravi on Studying Art in the U.S., and Why She Paints Preoccupied Women

Khosravi recently debuted her first solo show at Rachel Uffner gallery.
The U.S.-based Iranian painter Arghavan Khosravi’s sculptural, multi-paneled paintings capture the claustrophobia and disorientation of being split between worlds. In her critically acclaimed recent show, “In Between Places” at New York’s Rachel Uffner gallery

‘I Felt in Between Places’: Iranian Artist Arghavan Khosravi on Studying Art in the U.S., and Why She Paints Preoccupied Women

Jun. 22, 2021

Iranian Painter Shirazeh Houshiary Explains the Benefits of Painting on the Floor, and Why Nothing Is More Abstract Than Nature

We caught up with the artist at her West London studio.
For Shirazeh Houshiary, being close with nature is key. Even her West London studio is located right by the woods so she can listen to birds and keep in tune with nature’s ebbs and flows.

Houshiary moved to London in 1973, leaving her native Iran to study art. Her installations, paintings, and sculptures often take inspiration from Eastern culture, poetry, and mythology.

Iranian Painter Shirazeh Houshiary Explains the Benefits of Painting on the Floor, and Why Nothing Is More Abstract Than Nature