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Art Catalogues at LACMA: Sam Durant in conversation with Timothy Phillips about art’s role in addressing social conflict and imagining possibilities for resolution and reconciliation. Sunday July 16th, 4pm-6pm, Free.

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July 10, 2017 Sam Durant Artist News Permalink

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Christian Marclay performs Alexander Calder’s Small Sphere and Heavy Sphere (1932/33) at The Whitney Museum of American Art on July 19–23 in association with the exhibition “Calder: Hypermobility.”

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June 22, 2017 Christian Marclay Artist News Permalink

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The Art Newspaper on Meg Webster’s Concave Room for Bees in the Aros Triennial: a “two-way room for both bees and humans, straddling a field between aesthetics and biopolitics.”

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June 9, 2017 Meg Webster Artist News Permalink

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Walid Raad’s current exhibit in The Art Newspaper: “Three to see: New York: Activist and political shows that look beyond Donald Trump.” Disconnected heads of a different nature—but still presented in a somewhat playful context that addresses war—are part of Walid Raad’s solo show at Paula Cooper, Better be watching the clouds (until 30 June).

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June 8, 2017 Walid Raad Artist News Permalink

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“Where yellow means go, and go now: LACMA’s standout show on ’60s Dwan Gallery,” Christopher Knight for The Los Angeles Times on Robert Grosvenor, Sol LeWitt, and others in the current exhibition at LACMA.

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June 6, 2017 Robert Grosvenor Sol LeWitt Artist News Permalink