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Paying Homage to Agnes Martin

Agnes Martin, an artist from Vancouver, Saskatchewan, and New Mexico, spent forty years of her long life painting peaceful mathematical abstracts and restrained landscapes. She believed that art could bring “abstract emotions” to the surface of both the creator and the consumer—positive emotions like happiness, innocence, and love, as well as the emotional experiences of […]

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Guggenheim Museum Presents… A Solid Gold Toilet

In 1917, Marcel Duchamp flipped a urinal on its back, signed it with a pseudonym, and called it art. Or perhaps a collaborator of his did, stories differ. The Society of Independent Artists declined to display the piece in their annual exhibition, which may have been Duchamp’s purpose in the first place, and the story […]

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Coming Soon: Carrie Mae Weems at the Guggenheim

So far, January has resulted in the culmination of many fantastic New York City art exhibits. Chris Burden will soon be departing from the New Museum, and there isn’t much time left to view the surrealist works of Rene Magritte or the impressive collection of modern American works at the Museum of Modern Art. Happily, […]

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