Friday, April 22, 2016

Issue #33 (11 June 2015)

Check out highlights from Spring 2015 including Frieze New York, May sales and art auctions, and the opening of the Whitney. Look out for the upcoming Venice Biennale Special Issue!

Best wishes,

Helen Klisser During
Artistic Director
Westport Arts Center
Tulips in Amsterdam, outside the newly-renovated Rijksmuseum. Photo by Helen Klisser During.

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Robert Irwin Installation of Color and Light Returns
by Randy Kennedy, The New York Times

A New Whitney
by Michael Kimmelman, The New York Times

DiCaprio Digs Dots: Jonathan Horowitz at Frieze Art Fair
by Zoe Lescaze, Artnews 
The ultimate selfie at Yayoi Kusama's Give Me Love, David Zwirner Gallery, New York.

WN on the Scene: Frieze NY 2015 Art Fair 
Westport Now 

Yayoi Kusama, Give Me Love Exhibit 

How To Make Sense of Today's Soaring Auction Prices Using Art Market Data 
by Eileen Kinsella, Artnet News 

Young at Art: Senior Artists Are Heating up the Contemporary Scene
by Linda Yablonsky, W Magazine 

Bridgeport studio visit with EAST Meets WESTport Hungarian Artist-in-Residence Marton Nemes.

Frida Kahlo's Vision Comes to Life at New York Botanical Garden 
by Sarah Cascone, Artnet News 

Guggenheim Exhibition of Contemporary Art Explores Storytelling 
Molly Stewart, 

A Reminder that your Instagram photos aren't really yours: Someone else can sell them for $90,000
Outdoor summer sculpture exhibition, Amsterdam. Photo by Helen Klisser During.
by Jessica Contrera, The Washington Post 

A Sneak Peek into Moscow's Eagerly Awaited Garage Museum of Contemporary Art 
by Artsy Editors, Artsy 

Tate Modern Reasserts Agnes Martin as Key Abstract Artist
by Nicholas Forrest, Blouin Art Info 

Darkness and Light: the radical work of Germaine Krull -- in pictures 
The Guardian 

Sneak Peek: What to See at Art Basel in Basel 2015 
by Nicholas Forrest, Blouin Art Info

Helen During and Jonathan Horowitz in front of 700 Dots -- Gavin Browns Enterprise Booth B38 at Frieze Art Fair. 

MoMA Curators and Workers Protest Healthcare Cuts During Glitzy Garden Party 
by Ben Davis, Artnet News 

David Hockney's Latest Painting Flip Perspective on Its Head 
by Karen Kedmey, Artsy 

Frick Museum Abandons Contested Renovation Plan 
by Robin Pogrebin, The New York Times 
Schloss, Derneberg, Germany. Photo by Helen Klisser During.

The House May Spin, but the Owners Find It's Hard to Move 
by Matt A.V. Chaban, The New York Times 

Review: 'Pretty Raw' Recounts Helen Frankenthaler's Influence on the Art World 
by Roberta Smith, The New York Times 

Richard Tuttle's Fragile Poetic Fusions at Modern Art London
by Nicholas Forrest, Blouin Art Info 

Banksy, a shadowy cipher lights up the street 
by Edwin Heathcote, Financial Times 

ArtSafari to Frize Art Fair. Richard Prince Instagram installation at Gagosian Gallery booth. 

10 Reasons Why Bushwick Open Studios is Keeping the New York Art World Real 
by Cait Munro, Artnet News 

Glories Restored, Rijksmuseum Is Reopening After 10 Years 
by Carol Vogel, The New York Times 

Alexander Melamid Begins Artenol, an Art Magazine 
by William Grimes, The New York Times

Outsider's Art Is Saluted at Columbia, Then Lost Anew
by Vivian Yee, The New York Times 

How Philip Guston Is Influencing a Younger Generation of Artists 
by Artsy Editorial Staff, Artsy 

Paola Pivi Unleashes Horses at Eiffel Tower
by Lorena Muñoz- Alonso, Artnet News

The Art of Dissent 
by Laura Poitras, The New York Times 

People enjoying "The Obliteration Room" by Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner Gallery.


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