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  • Insights / Events We Love

    Insights / Events We Love September 28, 2009 The New York Dolls are the subject of the documentary "All Dolled Up," playing at MoMA on Monday. ; Via userserve -ak .last .fm Along with New York's regularly scheduled gallery and museum openings, there's always a slew of art-related events happening in the city just below the radar. ArtWeLove's weekly events digest helps you navigate the art scene's offerings, on and off the beaten track. MONDAY: REMEMBER THE 70S ART WORLD'S HOUSE BAND Coming into being in

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  • Collector Stories: Roz Morris ; Courtesy of ArtWeLove

    Welcome to the first installment of a new FIRST VIEW feature: Collector Stories With , you get intimate portraits of incredible ARTWELOVE collectors. Collectors like you. Collectors like Roz. Collector Stories She’s a New York City - Southern belle by way of Savannah, Georgia. With a Masters in Acupuncture, a background as a fashion stylist, and an artist in her own right, Roz’s personal style is a sophisticated and vibrant melding of East meets West (meets the South). When we asked Roz for a tour of her

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  • Daniel Wiener, "Near the Ruins of the Sutro Baths", (2010). ; Courtesy of the artist

    Insights / Art We Shop November 3, 2010 Daniel Wiener, "Near the Ruins of the Sutro Baths", (2010). ; Courtesy of the artist , here, bringing you this week’s edition, , by talented sculptor /painter Near the Ruins of the Sutro Baths If the name sounds familiar, it’s because we introduced you to Daniel last month and this week we thought we’d dive even deeper into his fluid and dream-like artworks. Now you may be asking: What are the ? Are they real? Yes, they are... Or, they were. Located in San Francisco,

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  • Thyssen-Bornemisza Permanent Collection

    Thyssen-Bornemisza Permanent Collection Thyssen -Bornemisza Art Contemporary collection Artists featured in Thyssen-Bornemisza Permanent Collection: Venice Biennale-featured Jorge Otero-Pailos was trained as an architect and specializes in experimental forms of preservation. In his projects, preservation enables a powerful rethinking of our world’s heritage. His series of installation works, titled “The Ethics of Dust,” commissioned for the Manifesta Biennale 2008 and the Venice Bienniale 2009 caught the

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  • Insights / Art We Shop

    Insights / Art We Shop May 12, 2010 Amelie Chabannes, "Anthropometric Self-Portrait", (2010). ; Courtesy of Amelie Chabannes Those of you who know me are well aware of my enthusiasm for the French Touch phenomenon in visual arts. Yes, just like their musical counterparts, the new generation of French artists rocks . And Brooklyn-based is one of them. Amelie’s art primarily deals with the notion of identity and its many layers. Through her drawings, paintings, video, and sculptures, she explores both the

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  • Insights /

    The Fall art season has begun! ArtWeLove artists are gearing up for shows all over the globe. Below you'll find the latest updates. So now you have it: Multiple opportunities to meet these visionaries and enjoy their gorgeous, thought-provoking works. ALEXANDER ROSS Opening November 4, 2010, New York-based painter will be featured alongside Matthew Ronay, Nancy Spero, Richard Tuttle and many more influential artists in "Love in Vein: Editions Fawbush Projects and Artists 2005 - 2010" at Gering & Lopez

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  • NEWS FEED

    April 8, 2009 A painting by Chinese artist Lin Fengmian, "Fishing Harvest," sold for 2.1 million, an auction record for the artist, at Sotheby's Hong Kong sale on April 6, 2009. ; Sotheby's More success was had by categories that have had less exposure in recent years , such as and works by significant (if lesser-known) contemporary figures like Lin Fengmian, who . What these developments mean for the future of the Sotheby's Hong Kong auctions showed a from last year , with works by trendy Chinese

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  • April 4, 2010

    April 4, 2010 The New Museum in New York City, designed by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa; ; Via saatchi -gallery .co .uk . . As always, we welcome your feedback at editorial @artwelove .com . DISHING DESIGN: LONDON’S EIFFEL TOWER AND TOKYO’S TALENT London’s own Anish Kapoor has revealed his design for the 2012 Olympic Park. At 393 feet, Kapoor’s snaking, climbable structure has been billed as the London’s Eiffel Tower, censorship in Zimbabwe, and long lost Ansel Adam prints were among the week’s news

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  • Miya Ando

    > Miya Ando Portrait of the artist, (2011). Courtesy of Anthony Gamboa Photography Miya Ando Brooklyn, New York (us) The steel works of New York-based artist Miya Ando reflect the artistry and meditative spiritual life in which she was raised. A descendant of Bizen sword makers, Miya was brought up in two worlds-- a Buddhist temple in Okayama, Japan among swordsmiths-turned priests and the coastal environment of Santa Cruz, California. Under Ando’s skillful hand, the dynamic properties of metal are

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  • Insights / Art We Shop

    It's today, introducing . One of the most thrilling things about running ArtWeLove is that I get to spotlight international artists. And those of you who know me are well aware of my long-time addiction for Laurence this week's edition Japanese contemporary art It’s actually with a print from now famous Japanese artist that I started my personal collection 12 years ago (at the time, dealer Emmanuel Perrotin was selling Murakami's prints for 100 euros each!) But there is more to the contemporary Japanese art

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