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Did the Largest Art Studio Tour in the US Drive Minneapolis’ Gentrification?

As the arts community in Northeast Minneapolis grew, so did the commodification of arts culture. Source: Did the Largest Art Studio Tour in the US...

Eli Broad looks back at the evolution of L.A.’s most important arts hub – Los Angeles Times

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Eli Broad has played a major role at a number of arts institutions — MOCA, Disney Hall, The Broad museum —...

Four blocks along Grand Avenue offer a sketch of shifting ideas in public art – Los Angeles Times

Four blocks along Grand Avenue offer a thumbnail sketch of shifting ideas in public art Source: Four blocks along Grand Avenue offer a sketch of...

New Eiffel Tower Park Plan: More Trees, Fewer Cars – CityLab

The most famous space in the city is set to get a pedestrian-friendly redesign that will create the city’s largest garden by 2024. Source: New...

The Venice Biennale’s 10 Best Pavilions

From Laure Provoust’s captivating French Pavilion to Alban Muja’s stunning project for Kosovo, these are the must-see pavilions in the Arsenale and Giardini. Source: The...

A First Look at ‘Liberty,’ Martin Puryear’s Exhibition for the US Pavilion at the Venice Biennale | artnet News

Martin Puryear's US Pavilion at the Venice Biennale is an eloquent and understated exhibition about the struggle for liberty. Source: A First Look at 'Liberty,'...

A First Look at ‘Liberty,’ Martin Puryear’s Exhibition for the US Pavilion at the Venice Biennale | artnet News

Martin Puryear's US Pavilion at the Venice Biennale is an eloquent and understated exhibition about the struggle for liberty. Source: A First Look at 'Liberty,'...

What Happens to Culture After a Financial Crisis? A New Exhibition Offers a Global Survey of Art in the Wake of Economic Collapse |...

The exhibition looks at art in Detroit, Greece, Cuba, Italy, and South Korea after each area's financial collapse. Source: What Happens to Culture After a...

Idealism, Inc.: Kickstarter Founder and Artist Perry Chen on 10 Years of Empowering Creatives to Follow Their Wildest Dreams

artnet News's Andrew Goldstein sat down with Kickstarter's visionary creator to talk about how his thinking, and his own art, have evolved. Source: Idealism, Inc.:...

How Much Hip Can the Desert Absorb? – The New York Times

An unlikely art festival blooms in no man’s land, like Burning Man and Coachella before it. But this one is different! Maybe. Source: How Much...

Growing Communities Together | Patronicity

Patronicity brings together local citizens and sponsors to support great initiatives in their communities. Source: Growing Communities Together | Patronicity

The Shed Has Big Ambitions for New York City – CityLab

If The Shed remains committed to its lofty goals, Hudson Yards may soon provide real accessibility and a sorely needed sense of inclusion. Source: The...

Inside the Craze for KAWS: How a New Jersey Graffiti Artist Achieved Art-Market Domination Without Following Any of the Rules | artnet News

Ahead of Art Basel Hong Kong, where the artist is omnipresent, we uncover the forces behind his meteoric rise. Source: Inside the Craze for KAWS:...

Ellsworth Kelly, an Atheist, Has Built a Transcendent Church for Art in Texas

Ellsworth Kelly died in 2015, but his final work was unveiled only this past weekend. It is also likely the most ambitious work the American...

These Winning Designs Rethink NYC Medians

The medians of Park Avenue, New York, are today characterized by simple rows of tulips and begonias and the occasional sculpture installation. If the recently-announced...

ArtYard

A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, ArtYard is a contemporary art center founded by a group of artists, filmmakers, curators, and writers. Located in Frenchtown, NJ, we are...

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine calls for artists

Art on the Atlanta Beltline is looking for artists to be part of the area’s largest free outdoor art exhibition. The proposal period for...

Ernesto Neto Plans to Transform Zurich’s Busiest Train Station Into a Rainforest

The Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto is creating a spectacular installation that will bring the spirit of the Amazonian rainforest—and possibly some of its inhabitants—to Zurich’s...

The Controversial Renovation of Montreal’s Beloved Public Park

Parc-Jean Drapeau’s redesign attempts to balance priceless serenity and outdoor art with profitable festivals. Many Montrealers are skeptical. Source: The Controversial Renovation of Montreal’s Beloved...

Archaeologists Discover That Easter Island’s Statues May Have Served a Surprisingly Practical Function | artnet News

Archaeologists may have solved one mystery about the placement of the hulking, multi-ton statues in Easter Island. Source: Archaeologists Discover That Easter Island’s Statues May...

Public Access Projects on the LA Waterfront

The LA Waterfront has changed dramatically over the last decade, and there is still more to come. The following Port projects provide additional open...

This New Database Aims to Become the World’s Best Resource on the History of Overlooked Women Artists | artnet News

  Advancing Women Artists has enlisted Indiana University to help compile a database of women artists active between 1400 and 1900. Source: This New Database...

‘I See Rivers as Fluid Moving Drawings’: Watch Artist Maya Lin Re-Imagine New York’s Waterways | artnet News

Since she first entered the public eye with her design for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Maya Lin has dedicated her career to transforming abstract...

Dustin Yellin’s Art Factory

The 40-year-old artist, predicted to be bigger than big, has been courting fame with a purpose: to create a “cultural Utopia” that’s part gallery,...