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At the Met, protest and poetry about water

In an undated image provided by Anna-Marie Kellen, “Water Memories” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art mixes works by Native American artists — like Fritz Scholder’s wall triptych “Possession on the Beach” (1989), and the Shinnecock artist Courtney M. Leonard’s 2021 ghostly ceramic sculpture resembling sperm whale teeth — with non-Native works like Arthur Dove’s 1929 painting “Reaching Waves,” left. As climate change and government actions lead to water scarcity and desecration, Native American artists send an urgent message. Anna-Marie Kellen via The New York Times.

by Holland Cotter

NEW YORK, NY.- In a transfixing two-minute video called “River (The Water Serpent)” in the Metropolitan Museum’s American Wing we see a drone shot of a snow-flecked landscape where a crowd has gathered. Each of its members holds a vertical mirrored panel. Together, on cue, they place the panels horizontally over their heads, reflective side skyward, and begin a procession. At first, it’s loose and tidally pooling and eddying. Then it tightens into a stream of light, gains velocity, and spirals like a whirlpool. The landscape is a stretch of prairie on the Standing Rock Sioux reservation spanning the border between North and South Dakota. The time of the filming was December 2016. The procession, conceived by two Native American artists, Cannupa Hanska Luger and Rory Wakemup, was a combined act of protest and preservation. It was performed by some of the many hundreds of demonstrators who had come as “water protectors,” intent on halting the U.S. government’s plan to ... More

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Nazi tapes provide a chilling sequel to the Eichmann trial   Exhibition draws on celebrated as well as lesser-known photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson   Jill Newhouse Gallery's summer exhibition features paintings and drawings of flowers

Kobi Sitt, the producer of the documentary “The Devil’s Confession,” on June 8, 2022 in the Jerusalem auditorium that served as a courtroom for Adolf Eichmann in 1961. Avishag Shaar-Yashuv/The New York Times.

by Isabel Kershner

TEL AVIV.- Six decades after the historic trial in Jerusalem of Adolf Eichmann, one of the chief engineers of the Holocaust, a new Israeli documentary series has delivered a dramatic coda: the boastful confessions of the Nazi war criminal, in his own voice. The hours of old tape recordings, which had been denied to Israeli prosecutors at the time of Eichmann’s trial, provided the basis for the series, called “The Devil’s Confession: The Lost Eichmann Tapes,” which has generated keen interest in Israel as it aired over the past month. The tapes fell into various private hands after being made in 1957 by a Dutch Nazi sympathizer, before eventually ending up in a German government archive, which in 2020 gave the Israeli co-creators of the series — producer Kobi Sitt and director Yariv Mozer — permission to ... More

The Rhine, Germany, 1956 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson / Magnum Photos.

PARIS.- Selected by Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) towards the end of his life, the photographs in L’expérience du paysage show the artist approaching an element that is not just simple background for observing human beings, but a subject in its own right. Each image, taken between the 1930s-1990s in Europe, Asia and America, illustrates the photographer's construction of landscape, natural or urban. It's worthwile to gaze at landscapes by Giovanni Bellini, Hokusai, Poussin, Corot, Cézanne, Bonnard, and so many others, before going out into the world, pencil-in-hand. -- Henri Cartier-Bresson, September 1999 Cartier-Bresson began his long career with painting and drawing. Early on at André Lhote's atelier, he was taught the watchword of the Académie de Platon, later applying it to photography: “Let no one ignorant of geometry enter.” His work, which inspired many artists to come, is characterized by composition, juxtaposition of planes, respect for proportionality, and pursuin ... More

Louis Antoine Leon Riesener, (French, 1808-1878), Bouquet de fleurs dans un vase bleu, c. 1849. Oil on canvas, 32 x 25 1/2 in. (81.5 x 65 cm) Signed lower right: L. Reisener.

NEW YORK, NY.- Artists of all periods have been drawn to depicting flowers, using their natural variety of form as a basis for experimentation with line and color. As varied as the flowers themselves, these artworks reveal so much about the artists and their different worlds. The title of this show is a poem by Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) whose written works echo the aesthetics of the artists included here. Her works were published posthumously in 1890 just as the painters in our exhibition were coming to their artistic maturity. On view is an early oil study by Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) titled Three Chrysanthemums dating from 1899. The catalogue raisonné of Mondrian’s works records only 4 oils, and 16 works on paper depicting chrysanthemums. It is thought that throughout Mondrian’s career, he completed approximately 100 pictures of flowers, always preferring to depict them individually ... More

Galerie Lelong & Co. organizes exhibition with Welancora Gallery and Luis De Jesus Los Angeles   Annual sculpture park in the City of London returns with 20 artworks on free display for a year   Uitstalling Art Gallery / KUBE Gallery presents Pendulum: An exploration of duality through portraiture by Lionel Smit

Carl E. Hazlewood, BlackHead Anansi - Her Slow Dance, 2022. Polyester, cut Hahnemuhle paper, vinyl tape, push pins, map pins, oil pastel, acrylic, metallic cord, pigment ink, 51 x 34 inches (129.54 x 86.36 cm) © Carl E. Hazlewood. Courtesy Welancora Gallery.

NEW YORK, NY.- Galerie Lelong & Co., New York opened the group exhibition Open Doors, organized with Welancora Gallery (Brooklyn, New York) and Luis De Jesus Los Angeles. Works by the galleries’ artists: Carl E. Hazlewood, Helen Evans Ramsaran, Chris Watts (represented by Welancora Gallery), and June Edmonds (represented by Luis De Jesus Los Angeles) are being presented in an unprecedented collaboration at Galerie Lelong’s location in Chelsea. A virtual panel with the artists will be held the week after the exhibition opens. In Open Doors, a multi-generational group of abstractionists present works on paper, painting and sculpture. Within the larger gallery space, works by Hazlewood, Ramsaran, and Watts are firmly rooted in an abstract visual language developed ... More

Shezad Dawood, Invasion (2019) © courtesy the artist and New Art Exchange. Photo: © Recce Straw. Location: Leadenhall Market EC3V 1LT.

LONDON.- Sculpture in the City, the annual exhibition of contemporary art placed among the striking architecture of the City of London, launched its 11th edition. New works on show from eleven contemporary artists have joined by six sculptures that remain in situ from the 10th edition alongside two permanent acquisitions. This free, outdoor public art exhibition showcases works by established and emerging artists, with each piece selected for its ability to create a relationship and dialogue with the complex urban environment of the Square Mile. Comprised of different forms, mediums and sizes, the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City provides an opportunity to experience and engage with world-class contemporary public art. Carved from Carrara marble, Miss, 2021, by Emma Louise Moore becomes translucent when penetrated by the sun, making the passing of time ... More

Lionel Smit, Restrain, 2022, Oil on Linen, 230 x 170 cm.

GENK.- Uitstalling/Kube Gallery in Genk, Belgium launched a new collection of work by internationally renowned South African Artist, Lionel Smit. Smit’s exhibition Pendulum is primarily comprised of a series of dialogic diptychs reminiscent of photo negatives and their printed inverse. Heavy masculine impasto brushstrokes both challenge and complement the finer feminine forms and figures displayed. The pendulum swings between these opposing forces to find its own idiosyncratic visual balance. We witness a return (the pendulum swing) to the delicately rendered depictions of 17th Century portraiture which captured the artist’s imagination in his earliest decades of working as a painter. In Pendulum, this delicacy is even more explicitly juxtaposed through the artist’s counter sway toward abstract expressionism and application of brighter and more striking hues. Our human world is like a swinging pendulum. There’s con ... More

Laura Gannon's second solo exhibition at Kate MacGarry opens in London   Kurt Markus, photographer of cowboys and models, is dead at 75   The Aldrich opens historic reexamination of landmark exhibition

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LONDON.- Kate MacGarry announced Laura Gannon’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Gannon’s new film Glass House is a portrait of a modern church on the west coast of Ireland. It depicts the counterpoint of a striking modernist building set in a rural position on the windswept Atlantic coast. The film includes the narration of Phyllis Burke, now 92, who designed the stained-glass window. The church was designed by architect Leo Mansfield and built in Connemara in 1968 by local volunteers and the priest, Father Quinn. It was funded by donations from local people who had migrated to Boston and other American cities. The film looks at the relationship of Ireland to modernity, and the landscape, suggesting how architecture and design were used to create an environment for worship during a time of religious dominance. New painted works on linen occupy the main space of the gallery. These works feature punctures, ... More

Kurt Markus, Shawn Biggs and Rick Erington, Spanish Ranch, Nevada, 1983 © Kurt Markus / Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, New York.

NEW YORK, NY.- The award-winning photographer Kurt Markus led a life and career that seemed as vast and varied as the Western landscapes he captured on film. As a West Point graduate and a former Army Ranger, he felt at home in the rugged outdoors, and he could load film while traveling on horseback at a trot. While he was celebrated as a fine artist and a chronicler of the American West, he also rose to the pinnacle of his profession shooting Cindy Crawford and Christy Turlington for top fashion magazines, as well as producing gallery-worthy portraits of entertainment luminaries like Meryl Streep, Paul Simon and B.B. King. Markus died on June 12 at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was 75. His death was confirmed by his wife, Maria Markus, who said he had suffered from Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia. Markus, ... More

Stella Zhong, Every Other Chopped, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Chapter NY, New York.

RIDGEFIELD, CONN.- The artists whose work was presented in the original 1971 exhibition are: Cecile Abish (b. 1926), Alice Aycock (b. 1946), Cynthia Carlson (b. 1942), Sue Ann Childress* (b. 1947), Glorianna Davenport* (b. 1944), Susan Hall (b. 1943), Mary Heilmann (b. 1940), Audrey Hemenway (1930-2008), Laurace James (b. 1936), Mablen Jones (1943-2021), Carol Kinne (1942-2016), Christine Kozlov (1945-2005), Brenda Miller (b. 1941), Mary Miss (b. 1944), Dona Nelson (b. 1947), Louise Parks* (b. 1944), Shirley Pettibone (1936-2011), Howardena Pindell (b. 1943), Adrian Piper (b. 1948), Sylvia Plimack Mangold (b. 1938), Reeva Potoff (b. 1941), Paula Tavins (1936-2019), Merrill Wagner (b. 1935), Grace Bakst Wapner (b. 1934), Jackie Winsor (b. 1941), and Barbara Zucker (b. 1940). All but three of the original twenty-six artists have work included in ... More

San Carlo Cremona presents a solo show by Dara Friedman   South Etna Montauk Foundation presents new works by artists Eddie Martinez and Sam Moyer   Galleria Continua opens Jonathas de Andrade's first solo exhibition at the gallery in France

Dara Friedman, The Tiger’s Tail, 2022, Installation San Carlo, Cremona, Italy. Sound, colored light, two-sided video projection, floor drawing.

CREMONA.- San Carlo Cremona is presenting Dara Friedman, “The Tiger’s Tail”, the third show of San Carlo Cremona to be held in the 17th-century deconsecrated church of San Carlo in Via Bissolati 33, Cremona. Dara Friedman’s solo show is on view from June the 11th to September the 9th, 2022. For the first year of the project San Carlo Cremona (September 2021 - September 2022) the artist Servane Mary has invited artists friends to exhibit in the space of San Carlo Cremona. Each exhibition is a site specific solo presentation of an artist’s work that features various media. Initiating the series with painting: Servane Mary, “Glitches”; following with sculpture, Mark Handforth: “White-Light-Whirlwind”; the church now presents film, sound installation and performance with Dara Friedman, “The Tiger’s Tail”. The installation presents as its main theme ... More

Eddie Martinez, DDSE (Flower up-close and personal 2), 2022, pigment suspended in linen pulp on cotton base sheet, © 2022 Eddie Martinez / c/o Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, Photo: Jeffrey Sturges, Courtesy of the artist and Dieu Donné, Brooklyn, NY.

MONTAUK, NY.- South Etna Montauk Foundation devotes its gallery space to new works by Brooklyn-based artists Eddie Martinez and Sam Moyer. Wall pieces from Moyer’s ongoing series of stone paintings have been complemented by a pair of her concrete backgammon boards, in juxtaposition with Martinez’s latest paper-pulp paintings, produced during a recent residency at Dieu-Donné in Brooklyn. By bringing Moyer and Martinez together, the exhibition invites visitors to contemplate areas of both mutual influence and difference in the practices of these married artists. For over 150 years, the Hamptons communities have provided inspiration and space for artists, including many prominent married painters and sculptors, from Elaine and Willem de Kooning, Jackson ... More

PARIS.- Galleria Continua is presenting the artist’s first solo exhibition at the gallery in France, displayed at both gallery spaces in Paris and Les Moulins. Conceived as one exhibition in two chapters, Jogos. Atos. Gestos. gathers and catalogues images, texts, life stories and material on architecture, and through memory, pieces together a personal narrative with the past. A playful and only apparently light-hearted approach allows de Andrade to give voice to the marginal Brazilian communities and minorities. His work is reinforced by the support of local communities, with which he establishes a respectful collaboration. Through the games, actions and gestures that he finds there, the artist reflects on social dynamics, memory and modernity. Following up on his outstanding participations in the current Venice Biennale, being the artist of the Brazilian Pavilion curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, as well as the artist’ ... More

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Gabriela Salgado appointed Director of The Showroom London as organisation approaches 40th year
LONDON.- The Showroom announced the appointment of its new Director, Gabriela Salgado. Born in Argentina and based in London, over her 30-year career, Salgado has worked with an emphasis on the Global South's artistic scenes, developing projects in Latin America, Africa, Oceania and Southeast Asia, as well as focusing on researchbased and experimental art practice and interdisciplinary collaborations. She served as Artistic Director of Te Tuhi Contemporary Art, Aotearoa New Zealand (2017-2020), curator of public programmes at Tate Modern (2006-2011), curator of the Latin American Art Collection at Essex University, UECLAA (1999-2005), and directed the Fundació Llorens Artigas in Spain (1990-1995). As an independent curator and consultant, Salgado has directed Transatlantic Connections, a long-term ... More

The PHI Centre presents works by Marco Brambilla and a selection of award-winning VR works
MONTREAL.- The PHI Centre presents the work of London based Italian artist Marco Brambilla and a selection of award-winning VR works To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the PHI Centre will host a unique and powerful summer program on themes of the seven levels of purgatory, pop culture, a reeducation camp in China, a vanishing language in Nepal, and mental illness and surrealism told through animation. The PHI Centre's new program features a selection of four award-winning virtual reality works from around the world, ranging from the United Kingdom, Canada, Nepal to Kazakhstan, and the presentation of Heaven's Gate, Marco Brambilla's new monumental work in immersive projection and virtual reality. A lavish, satirical, and vertigo-inducing meditation on the Hollywood “Dream Factory,” Heaven's Gate is a work of digital psychedelia inspired by ... More

Solo exhibition of new works by Sokari Douglas Camp CBE on view at October Gallery
LONDON.- October Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of new works by Sokari Douglas Camp CBE that explore the masquerade of ‘Jonkonnu’ both within its Caribbean context and that of the broader African diaspora. This exhibition coincides with her large-scale steel sculpture Europe Supported by Africa and America being displayed at the V&A to complement the Africa Fashion exhibition, which opened on the 2nd July, 2022. Two more of her larger than life-sized steel sculptures, again relating to Jonkonnu, also form part of the Kensington and Chelsea Art Week, from the 23rd June - 3rd July, 2022. While researching the origins of the Notting Hill Carnival during the pandemic ‘lockdown,’ Douglas Camp became fascinated by a set of coloured lithographs by Isaac Mendes Belisario, depicting Jonkonnu revellers in Jamaica ... More

Timely exhibition explores the subversion of women and fiber arts
WESTPORT, CONN.- MoCA [Museum of Contemporary Art] Westport announces the opening of Women Pulling at the Threads of Social Discourse in collaboration with The Contemporary Art Modern Project (The CAMP Gallery) and the Fiber Artists Miami Association (FAMA). The exhibition explores how female artists, utilizing textiles as their medium, subvert the social expectation of crafting by lambasting this soft medium with political and social awareness. Women Pulling at the Threads of Social Discourse will be on view at MoCA Westport from June 30 - September 4, 2022. The exhibition was curated by Melanie Prapopoulos, Maria Gabriela Di Giammarco, and Mario Andres Rodriguez of The CAMP Gallery, with locations in both Miami, Florida and Westport, Connecticut. Portions of this exhibition were originally shown at The CAMP Gallery Miami in partnership with Fiber Artists Miami ... More

500 years of Raphael celebrated in landmark digital exhibition and tapestry
EDINBURGH.- World-renowned tapestry studio Dovecot presents the life and work of Renaissance Master Raphael (1483–1520) in a landmark digital exhibition and tapestry marking his 500th anniversary. In partnership with the Italian Cultural Institute and Magister Art. A multimedia installation, visitors will explore the artistic genius of Raphael and experience recreations of his masterpieces including Madonna of the Goldfinch (1505–6, Uffizi), The Deposition of Christ (1507) and The Transfiguration (1516–20, Vatican). Inspired by Raphael’s genre-defining tapestry designs, Dovecot weavers created a contemporary tapestry, interpreting a section of Raphael’s famous Sistine Chapel Cartoons (The Royal Collection/V&A). RAPHAEL: Magister Raffaello premieres in the UK as part of Edinburgh Art Festival ... More

Marianne Boesky Gallery x Carpenters Workshop Gallery present 'Material Alchemy: Part I Group Show'
ASPEN.- Marianne Boesky Gallery and Carpenters Workshop Gallery announced the launch of a collaborative exhibition series in Aspen, Colorado, this summer. Titled Material Alchemy, the two-part exhibition features a co-curated thematic selection of works from each gallery’s respective program of artists. The exhibition allows for unique artistic dialogues that extend across the realms of art and design, including artists who explore ideas of materiality and process in their work. Material Alchemy: Part I will be on view June 30 – July 23, and Part II will open August 2 – September 3, at a seasonal gallery location at 601 East Hyman Avenue. Through this joint exhibition, the galleries expand upon their shared commitment to fostering an ongoing engagement within Aspen’s vibrant art community. Carpenters Workshop Gallery first opened a seasonal space in ... More

Denny Dimin Gallery presents a new body of work by multimedia artist Dana Sherwood
NEW YORK, NY.- Denny Dimin Gallery is presenting The Cake Eaters, June 17 – August 12, 2022, a new body of work by multimedia artist Dana Sherwood. Through this exhibition, Sherwood continues her exploration into the social and mythological relationship between humans and animals using the concepts of feasting and consumption as the nodal point where we might find complicity as animals or difference as humans. In Sherwood’s watercolors, oil paintings, terracotta platters and pots; we find female figures, which allude to goddesses, hidden inside the bellies of different animals surrounded by cakes and confectionery. In all but one image, the figures are poised to partake in this solitary feast rather than captured consuming the food. Positioned in this liminal space, they give off an air of being carefree and decadent while simultaneously ... More

Graham Budd Auctions appoint Kevin Turton as Head of Art
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Christie's announces Valuable Books and Manuscripts Auction
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Five era-defining artworks commissioned for iconic new cultural destination
ALULA.- The Royal Commision for AlUla reveals plans for Wadi AlFann, meaning ‘Valley of the Arts’, an awe-inspiring new global cultural destination for contemporary art, where era-defining works by some of the most compelling artists from around the world will be permanently placed in the monumental landscape of AlUla, the extraordinary desert region of north-west Saudi Arabia steeped in thousands of years of natural, historical and cultural heritage. New, large-scale, site-specific commissions by Manal AlDowayan (b. 1973, Saudi Arabia), Agnes Denes (b. 1931, Hungary), Michael Heizer (b. 1944, USA), Ahmed Mater (b. 1979, Saudi Arabia) and James Turrell (b. 1943, USA) will be the first five works to be conceived for Wadi AlFann, a spectacular valley spanning approximately 65 square kilometres. These initial five works will be completed and unveiled by 2024, marking the start of a continued programme of commissions, with more artists and activities to be announced. Created by some of t ... More

Now open: British Tattoo Art: Reclaiming the Narrative at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall
FALMOUTH.- The National Maritime Museum Cornwall opened its new temporary exhibition: British Tattoo Art: Reclaiming the Narrative, which will run in Falmouth until 16th April, 2023. Featuring 14 pieces of newly commissioned work created by 14 Black and POC tattoo artists, all working in the UK today, these new artworks represent a celebration of contemporary tattoo art on Black and brown skin. The installation forms a powerful artistic response to the museum’s critically-acclaimed 2017 exhibition Tattoo: British Tattoo Art Revealed, which was the largest gathering of real objects and original tattoo artwork ever assembled in the UK. Reflecting on the original exhibition approach, which was groundbreaking in challenging deeply held cultural stereotypes about tattoos and tattooing in terms of class and gender, the installation responds to, and highlights, the current conversations around representation taking place in museums and galleries, as wel ... More

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On a day like today, photographer Erwin Blumenfeld died
July 04, 1969. Erwin Blumenfeld (26 January 1897 - 4 July 1969) was an American photographer of German origin. He was born in Berlin, and in 1941 emigrated to the United States, where he soon became a successful and well-paid fashion photographer, working as a free-lancer for Harper's Bazaar, Life and American Vogue. His personal photographic work showed the influence of Dadaism and Surrealism; his two main areas of interest were death and women. He was expert in laboratory work, and experimented with photographic techniques such as distortion, multiple exposure, photo-montage and solarisation. In this image: Self Portrait c. 1930. © 2020 Yvette Blumenfeld Georges Deeton.

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