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Art Work: Artists Working at The Museum

Since 1935, staff members working as a part of The Met community, many of whom are accomplished artists, have shared their creative contributions with each other on a regular basis. This year the Met is open this presentation of their work to the public. The wide range of artistic expression—from drawing, painting, and photography to sculpture and digital media—corresponds to an equally expansive representation of departments throughout the institution, including guards, educators, technicians, librarians, designers, engineers, conservators, volunteers, registrars, and many others.

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Louise Bourgeois X Jenny Holzer: The Importance of the Language

Jenny Holzer (Ohio, 1950), one of the leading artists of her generation, has curated an exhibition of the work of Louise Bourgeois (Paris, 1911– New York, 2010), who ranks among the most influential artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, for the Kunstmuseum Basel. This unprecedented encounter between two giants of American art presents Bourgeois’ work as seen through Holzer’s eyes.

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What is The Difference Between Art Exhibition, Biennial and Art Fair?

Art exhibitions are as diverse as the art itself. However, the Modernism left us a legacy in which art exhibitions are always considered as those in which an artwork is hangued or displayed in certain space. In some sense, that definitions has led us to think that every space with works of art displayed for the public is an exhibitions. However, there are key differences specially when talking about biennials and art fairs. Here are some tips to know what each one is about.

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Sophie Taeuber-Arp: A Dada Woman

Dada is undoubtley one of the most important art movements of the 20th Century. Its power and importance has been historically attributed to characters such as Marcel Duchamp, Jean Arp or Man Ray. However, art history has forgot the key role some women artists played on this movement and the influence of their work on subsequent movements. The MoMA is currently displaying a major exhibition of one of the artists whose artistic practice was so innovative that transitioned from Dadaism to Abstractionism.

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Art Bites: Maurizio Cattelan, Women in Desing, and Walid Raad

From new contemporary artworks to modernist design, the most relevant news on international contempory art world this week addressed ideas suchs as political issues, design historiography and the and the participation of the State in the shaping of historical narratives through art. On the one hand, Italian most controversial artist Maurizio Cattelan is presenting three artworks for its new exhibition at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca; then the Vitra Design Museum is proposing a review of the history of desing by showing the work of leading women designs. Finally, the Lebanese artist Walid Raad questions the idea of a private collection formed by a State and its relation with the ideas of nationality and identity.

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