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More than 300 works by different artists are on show in New York. Read More

The post ‘This Art Speaks to Me’: Audrey B. Heckler on Her Collection of Outsider Art at Sara Kay Gallery appeared first on ARTnews.

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Also selling was an Andy Warhol Mao (1972), which went for $32.4 million. Read More

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The sale had a strong sell-through rate of about 90 percent. Read More

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Wheeler will leave the museum following a 24-year tenure as director. Read More

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MrKiff · Yesterday, 22:30 · Tags: artnews international

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More

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Read riches from an unpublished interview in 1988. Read More

The post Outside the Box: Donald Judd on Yayoi Kusama’s Art, Friendship, and Predilection for Cat Milk appeared first on ARTnews.

MrKiff · Yesterday, 20:30 · Tags: artnews international

Whether you’re an established professional working with a top gallery, a weekend tinkerer, or a student tackling personal projects, here at Colossal we believe that your creativity enriches our world. The incredible range of art created by artists of all ages, from all backgrounds, all over the planet, is the lifeblood of our publication. That’s why, in this season of giving and receiving, Colossal is excited to partner with to help support young artists. is a New York-based nonprofit that makes it easy for anyone to help a classroom in need. Public school teachers from every corner of America create classroom project requests, and you can give any amount to the project that inspires you. 

We’ve selected a range of art-focused projects from around the U.S., including requests for basic art supplies as well as specific needs for exploring particular techniques and materials. Each project page lets you know about the teacher and students who benefit from our collective support; how and why the supplies will be used; and includes a specific breakdown of every item and expense on the classroom’s wish list. Or, simply make a donation at the top of the page and your donation will be automatically distributed.

Why do today’s students need our support? While many students in the US are fortunate to receive arts education, 17% of elementary school students receive no instruction in visual arts, and 96% of students receive no instruction in theater. And schools with higher rates of students in poverty are less likely to provide arts education (source). Youth of color in the United States are also half as likely as their white peers to be given access to arts education, a gap that has worsened over the last three decades (source).

So, is this also a question of policy? Absolutely, and we encourage you to drop a postcard in the mail or make a phone call to your elected representatives. is helping public school teachers close the gap for their students by connecting educators and communities. We’ll be adding new projects and keeping a running tally of the total amount we’re raising as a community on our Colossal x Page. Together, we can help tomorrow’s artists today.

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Their donation will support a new acquisitions endowment fund. Read More

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MrKiff · Yesterday, 19:30 · Tags: artnews international

Like a mad hybrid of Where’s Waldo meets Dr. Seuss—with healthy doses of absurdity and science fiction—Swedish illustrator Mattias Adolfsson (previously) fills his sketchbooks and canvases edge to edge with his manically dense drawings of… well, just about anything you can imagine. Around the framework of a known destination such as a small village or the interior of a church, the artist populates nearly every square inch with bands of unruly characters, Rube Goldberg-esque contraptions, and overly complex spacesuits. The purpose of everything seems to be a mystery, but the time spent trying to understand it all is always rewarding, a first-glance view can turn into minutes of exploration as each piece slowly unravels like a story.

Adolfsson is as meticulous in the documentation and sharing of his work as the subject matter itself. You can follow his process and peek inside numerous sketchbooks on his website, where you can also find many of his drawings gathered into a series of books. He also shares prints and a few original watercolor works in his Etsy shop.

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