Friday, October 30, 2015

Fwd: Avant-Garde 1920s Costumes Reemerge, Revealing Their Makers’ Tragic Story

October 30, 2015
by Allison Meier
In 1920s Hamburg, a dancer couple created wild, Expressionist costumes that looked like retro robots and Bauhaus knights. Read More →
When French photographer Jean-François Jaussaud asked an 84-year-old Louise Bourgeois for permission to photograph her at her New York home and studio, she gave him an intimidating stipulation. Read More →
Here we go again. #Myhsa (aka @E_SCRAAATCH) has called attention to artist Cindy Sherman's blackface performance in some rarely seen works from 1976 by using the tag #cindygate. Read More →


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A legendary Russian gallery is being evicted after holding a charity event supporting political prisoners. Read More →
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — "I want to know what love is," artist Scott Northrup confides in me via email, and his reference to the Foreigner song of same name is neither ironic nor unintentional. Read More →
In Layers of Fear, a new game by the Poland-based Bloober Team, you are an artist who has gone completely insane. Read More →
The Brooklyn Museum today became the first in the US to host a public collection point for Legos to send to Ai Weiwei. Read More →
The Swiss Institute's second annual architecture and design exhibition attempts to recapture the revelatory voice of Le Corbusier for the technological age. The results are more cumbersome than visionary. Read More →
MILAN — The most startling pairing in The Great Mother, an exhibition that tracks the iconography of motherhood in art and popular culture from 1900 to 2015, is a sculptural stand-off between Sarah Lucas and Thomas Schütte. Read More →
Where artists can find each other while discovering themselves. Read More →
SVA's Curatorial Practice program trains curators with a hands-on approach Read More →
With a scythe in one hand and a skeleton's face gazing out from a cloak, Santa Muerte appears like a cross between the Grim Reaper and the Virgin Mary. Read More →

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