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22 June 2017

22 June 2017


By Allan Schwartzman, co-founder of AAP & chairman of Sotheby's Global Fine Arts

Even if you haven't seen the Venice Biennale by now, you’ve probably heard a lot about it. The overwhelming response within the art world has been negative and, having just left Venice myself, it was clear that the whole event—which we still look to as a barometer of what matters most in art today—didn't have much of a pulse.  There were some highlights, of course. In the Central Pavilion,"Viva Arte Viva" (until 26 November), Kiki Smith's ethereal installation of drawings, paintings and sculptures on glass stood out, as did the art of the often overlooked John Latham (even if it...

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22 June 2017

Hypermobile

The Long Distance Relationship Between Calder and Oiticica

By Bernard Lagrange

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Unlikely Muses

Art Books: What to Read Now

By Christian House

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Artoon

By Pablo Helguera

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Artoon

By Pablo Helguera

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Brutal Brilliance

Must See: The Best Work of Art in Mexico City Right Now

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

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Sad About Sigmar

By Richard Armstrong

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Family Ties

Slideshow: Artists’ Influential Relationships

By Bernard Lagrange

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