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Pop Art: Who Did it Better? The Brits vs. the Americans

A new must-see show, "When Britain Went Pop!," makes the case that the movement popularly associated with Andy Warhol actually originated across the pond. In 1952, a fresh wave of British artists and thinkers called the Independent Group—including Lawrence Alloway, who later coined the term Pop Art—gathered to explore American mass media. Here, a brief primer on three iconic British works and their American counterparts. read more
Wed, 10/02/13 AT 2:00PM
Style & Advice

9 New Super-Niche Museums

These public spaces explore British surfing, pizza, neon signs, and other seemingly random but highly specific topics.

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Corvettes, Commercials, and Chrome: Josephine Meckseper at the New Parrish Museum

As the second artist called on to participate in the Herzog and DeMeuron-designed Parrish Art Museum's invitational "Platform" series, Josephine Meckseper was asked by curator Andrea Grover to "consider the entire museum as a potential canvas." The space's concrete floors, exposed beams, overhead skylights, as well as the surrounding beauty of the Hamptons, provide a stark contrast to the industrial objects in Meckseper's work—five large-scale sculptures that spark a dialogue with both the permanent collection and the museum's architecture itself. read more
Tue, 07/23/13 AT 3:30PM
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The $20,000 "Balloon Venus for Dom Pérignon" Rosé Champagne by Jeff Koons

Artist Jeff Koons collaborated with Dom Perignon to make a $20,000 sculpture called the "Balloon Venus." read more
Mon, 07/01/13 AT 4:01PM
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Le Corbusier at MoMA: A Modernist Master, Reconsidered

The late modernist icon has become an object of derision for redefining houses as "machines for living." read more
Wed, 06/12/13 AT 2:30PM
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Limited-Edition Collection of Rei Kawakubo's Experimental Comme des Garçons in Print Now Available

Comme des Garçons might be as well known for its collections as it is for how founder Rei Kawakubo expanded her singular vision to all other aspects of the brand's design, including packaging, graphics, store interiors, and its experimental publications. Now the avant-garde London boutique Late Night Chameleon Café: (LN-CC) is releasing a vintage collection of Comme des Garçons print media, now on view and available for sale. read more
Wed, 06/05/13 AT 12:30PM
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It's the Summer of Conceptual Artist James Turrell: 5 New U.S. Exhibitions

Beloved for his mind-bending light-based work, 70-year-old James Turrell is arguably the greatest living conceptual artist. And this summer he'll be the most celebrated, with major exhibitions from coast to coast. read more
Wed, 06/05/13 AT 8:30AM
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Meet the Venice Biennale's Youngest Director, Massimiliano Gioni

Massimiliano Gioni, mastermind of the Venice Biennale, has the outsider spirit that insiders crave. read more
Wed, 05/29/13 AT 3:00PM
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Frieze Art Fair New York: 8 Must-See Shows

Details asked Bill Powers and Persis Singh, two of the art world's most discerning tastemakers, to guide us through Frieze Week.  read more
May 2013
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Artist Eric Fischl on His Memoir Bad Boy, His Rivalry with Julian Schnabel, Gallerist Larry Gagosian, and the Lack of Great Art Today

The iconic eighties artist Eric Fischl on the commercialization of the art world and why he ended his feud with Julian Schnabel. read more
Thu, 05/02/13 AT 8:00AM
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