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Richard Deacon & Ian McKeever at Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen  -  5 hours ago
A collaborative exhibition featuring paintings by Ian McKeever and sculptures by Richard Deacon are on view at Galleri Susanne Ottesen.

Celebrate Houston’s Art History with Pete Gershon’s New Book  -  5 hours ago
Throughout September 2018, multiple venues are hosting celebrations of Houston's art history in tandem with the release of Pete Gershon's new book, Collision: The Contemporary Art Scene in Houston, 1972-1985. Officially released on September 10th, the publication focuses on a period of time in…

Bucharest Restaurant Celebrates its Industrial Heritage in Urban Hipness  -  7 hours ago
Located in a repurposed electricity plant on the outskirts of Bucharest, Romania, “14th Lane” is a new eatery inspired by the city’s first electric tram, the No. 14, which used to stop here along its daily route 125 years ago.

Hoards of Anonymous Figures React to a User-Controlled Character in an Interactive World by Universal Everything  -  9 hours ago
UK design studio Universal Everything (previously) is in the midst of crafting an experimental open-world environment called Emergence, available in a preview film. In Emergence, the glowing yellow user-controlled character is surrounded by crowds of anonymous people who react to the character

‘Attacks on the Press: Mexico’ at Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York  -  9 hours ago
See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More

University of Houston Receives $4 Million Gift From Anonymous Donor to Support Creative Writing and Liberal Arts  -  10 hours ago
The University of Houston College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) has received an anonymous gift of $4 million for its creative writing program, along with other initiatives. Antonio D. Tillis, dean of CLASS and M.D. Anderson Professor in Hispanic Studies, says:"This gift matters…

Swirling Networks of Sliced Paper Emerge From Altered Secondhand Books by Barbara Wildenboer  -  12 hours ago
Barbara Wildenboer (previously) delicately cuts and extracts the pages of old books to produce sculptural explorations of the contents inside. Thinly sliced paper fragments frame world maps found in old atlases or appear like a nervous system in an altered copy of Functional Neuroanatomy. The works

Acrylic Vanity Tray Styling  -  14 hours ago
I have had the best time delving into product design over the past few years.  Aside from the Turkey Spur Cufflinks and Stud Sets, these vanity trays have been the best sellers.  Courtney Malone snapped a few images of the Bouquet Vanity Tray and Dogwood Vanity Trays styled in my house.  They are…

Docs Show Shakespeare's Father Had Legal and Financial Trouble Throughout the Bard's Teen Years  -  14 hours ago
Twenty-one documents found in the U.K.'s National Archives add context to the Bard's feelings toward power and monarchy

Amusing Finalists From This Year’s ‘Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards’  -  14 hours ago
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (previously) just closed submissions for their fourth annual competition which collects the most entertaining images from wildlife photographers across the globe. Last year the Overall Winner was an adorable owl caught as it nearly toppled off a branch, and…

The Artist Who Made Coloring Books Cool for Adults Returns With a New Masterpiece  -  14 hours ago
Johanna Basford, whose fanciful, hand-drawn illustrations launched a worldwide craze, is back with flying colors

David Adjaye Will Design New Princeton University Art Museum  -  15 hours ago
The institution is tentatively scheduled to close for construction in 2020. Read More

Escaping Time: Art from U.S. Prisons Finds a Home in New York  -  15 hours ago
Work by artists who are—or have been—incarcerated is on view, and on sale, on Governors Island. Read More

Carpenters Workshop Gallery To Open Space in San Francisco  -  15 hours ago
Opening October 1, the gallery is situated in the former Saint Joseph's Church in the city's South of Market neighborhood. Read More

Art to Pore Over: Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Display Their Collection in a Coffee Warehouse in Brazil  -  15 hours ago
The couple is showing 250 of the over 2,000 works in their collection in São Paulo’s Lapa neighborhood. Read More

Why 'Little Women' Endures 150 Years Later  -  15 hours ago
The author of a new book about the classic says the 19th-century novel contains life lessons for all, especially for boys

Amant-Garde: Lonti Ebers Goes to Work on New Residency Programs for Brooklyn and Tuscany  -  15 hours ago
“I want to focus on the artists,” Ebers said. Read More

Tony Oursler to Conjure Public Art in New York’s Riverside Park This Fall  -  15 hours ago
The work will be projected on and around the West 69th Street Transfer Bridge. Read More

See-Worthy: Francesca von Habsburg Looks to Art and Science for Answers to Questions About the Environment  -  16 hours ago
For Francesca von Habsburg, the founder of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection and its enterprising affiliate TBA21-Academy, many of the problems threatening environmental and geopolitical stability across the globe can be surveyed in the oceans. Changes in climate conditions run ……

2018 Texas Contemporary Art Fair Announces Exhibitor List  -  16 hours ago
Art Market Productions now has a list of exhibitors on its website for the 2018 Texas Contemporary Art Fair. Set to run October 4-7, 2018 in Hall A3 in Houston's George R. Brown Convention Center, this seventh iteration of the fair will feature more than 70 galleries, making it the "largest edition…

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