Tag: Form

Liao Wen Gives Bodily Form to Displacement – ARTnews.com

Born in 1994, Liao Wen is one of China’s most innovative young women artists, producing emotionally fraught, semi-abstract sculptures centered on the human body, whether whole or in parts. Liao graduated from the printmaking department of the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, in the southwestern city of Chongqing, and in 2019 earned a master’s degree in experimental art from the Central Academy of Fine Arts ...

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Long Lines Form for Chilean Pavilion at 2022 Venice Biennale – ARTnews.com

Attention-grabbing stunts, such as VR and interactive elements, are a double-edged sword—they can be highly entertaining, but they can also feel like a time-waster if the gambit doesn’t pay off. One such example at this year’s Venice Biennale came in the Chilean Pavilion, which boasted queues of 20-plus minutes to get in at the Arsenale. Word on the ground from some had been that ...

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In Sign of Booming Art Market, Top Advisory Firms Form Global Alliance – ARTnews.com

As the art market heats up ahead of the May auctions, two top advisory firms today announced a new global alliance. The Fine Art Group, the 20-year-old London-based investment and advisory firm, and Schwartzman&, a multifaceted advisory business started two years ago by veteran art adviser Allan Schwartzman, will work together on multiple aspects of their dealings. Fine Art Group founder Philip Hoffman, a ...

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Workers at Ohio State University’s Wexner Center for the Arts move to form union

Workers at the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University in Columbus are the latest group of art institution employees to join the nationwide unionsing movement. Museum staff across departments including art handlers, curators and educators sent a letter to officials at the university and the Wexner Center on 4 March announcing their intentions to form a union with the Ohio Council ...

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Art Of Rally Dev Releasing Its OG Title ‘Absolute Drift’ In Physical Form On Switch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDRX1HHR578Subscribe to Nintendo Life on YouTube Absolute Drift - a game about sending a car sideways - got a late release on the Nintendo Switch back in 2020. Since then, developer Funselektor Labs has successfully launched Art of Rally - the hit top-down 3D rally game. Now, with the help of the publisher Serenity Forge, Funselektor's "debut title" Absolute Drift - first released in ...

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Art Handlers, Curators, and Other Workers at New York’s Jewish Museum Are Seeking to Form a Union

Workers at the Jewish Museum in New York are taking steps to unionize, becoming the latest in a long line of museum employees to make demands for collective bargaining. Curators, art handlers, educators, development and retail staff, and visitor experience employees announced their intention to join the Technical, Office, and Professional Union Local 2110 UAW. Unionization has become a necessity for museum staff,” associate curator ...

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Cue the concertinas: Tango instructor shares art form once thought too vulgar for public performance | Local News

That kind of stuck in my mind, and I didn’t come across tango again until my 20s. Joe Yang teaches tango classes at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. He also hosts monthly tango events at Café Coda and the Brink Lounge. JOHN HART, STATE JOURNAL The first tango lesson I took was when I went to graduate school in New Albany. It was a ...

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Market Mavens Form Firm—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines PIVOT TO ASIA. Three key market players—all Sotheby’s vets—have linked up to form a new firm aimed at collectors in Asia, the New York Times reports. They are Amy Cappellazzo, Yuki Terase, and Adam Chinn, and their new firm is called Art Intelligence Global, or AIG (not to be confused with the bailed-out insurance giant with the same acronym). The venture ...

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