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  1. “Red Stage” will offer both scheduled programs and open days for anyone to use in downtown Manhattan.

    The post Rashid Johnson Will Give Artists a Literal Stage to Reemerge From the Pandemic as Part of a New Project With Creative Time appeared first on Artnet News.

  2. The installation, which Maya Lin said carries a sense of mourning, has taken on added meaning since the death of her husband in January.

    The post ‘I Call Them My Gentle Giants’: Why Artist Maya Lin Planted 49 Towering Cedar Trees in the Middle of New York City appeared first on Artnet News.

  3. The 25-foot-tall bronze is the artist's biggest sculpture to date.

    The post Artist Sanford Biggers Explains How Our Misunderstandings of Classical Sculpture Inspired His Rockefeller Center Takeover appeared first on Artnet News.

  4. Each biennial is characterized by art speak that straddles the line between high-brow reflection and utter incomprehensibility.

    The post Who Needs a Curator When You Have A.I.? A Group of Artists Trained a Machine to Curate 64 Possible Whitney Biennials appeared first on Artnet News.

  5. The show explores the gallery's ties to the Art Students League of New York.

    The post 50 Years Ago, Romare Bearden and His Colleagues Founded a New York Gallery for Artists of Color. A New Show Celebrates Its Legacy appeared first on Artnet News.

  6. Agar isn’t as well known as some of her peers, partly because her artwork is so tricky to pin down.

    The post Erotic Collages and Mysterious Hats: How a Whitechapel Gallery Show Is Making Sense of the Surreal Art of Eileen Agar appeared first on Artnet News.

  7. The two countries have been divided by a hard border since 1953, but their work hangs side by side in Switzerland.

    The post Uli Sigg’s Idiosyncratic Collection of North and South Korean Art Is Going on View in a Rare Show in Switzerland appeared first on Artnet News.

  8. Among the themes artists are addressing in this year's show are mass migration and climate change.

    The post Looking for Art to See While Social Distancing? Here Are 5 Memorable Works at the Latest Edition of Desert X appeared first on Artnet News.

  9. The Japanese artist is having her largest-ever retrospective in Europe at the Gropius Bau in Berlin.

    The post Visiting Yayoi Kusama’s Sprawling New 70-Year Survey Is Like Stepping Inside a Frenzied Tik-Tok Feed… in a Good Way appeared first on Artnet News.

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