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"For Judd what mattered was the placement of these pieces, very deliberately sandwiched between walls, floor and ceiling. There is nothing inherently magical about any of these units. This is one of the very important contributions that Judd's art makes. Its really about space as much as it is about object." Ann Temkin, Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture, on artist Donald Judd, who was born this day in 1928. Judd will be the subject of a MoMA retrospective in fall 2017. [Donald Judd. "Untitled (Stack)." 1967. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © Judd Foundation, licensed by VAGA, New York]
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Chou Yu-Cheng meticulously retraces the geometric symbols and gestural marks made by British artist Geoff Molyneux, whom he met and befriended in Manchester during an artist residency, to create hand-painted facsimiles. Chou's work "Molyneux" is on view as part of #TheGreatEphemeral. We're open until 9 tonight, pay what you wish from 7–9!
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#WorkoftheWeek Damien Hirst's 'Away from the Flock' is currently on display at Pier Arts Centre, Orkney as part of @ARTISTROOMS "'Away from the Flock', a flock of sheep. When a sheep gets lost from all the other sheep. Then I suppose that it has those religious connotations … being an outsider, not being connected to something. That was a title that came right at the very end. I don’t know where that title came from … 'Away from the Flock' in a way is like: it is dead, so it is away from the living as well in that kind of way, the flock of living things. All those things, I never really look for a meaning, it is just if it feels right, gives a lot of the right kinds of meaning … And Christ is often represented as a sheep in art." – Damien Hirst #ARTISTROOMS #TateonTour #installation #DamienHirst #Hirst
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It's the #presslaunch of the #MexicanPavilion: You Know You Cannot See Yourself So Well As By Reflection by @fridaescobedo #LDF15 Supported by the Governement of Mexico as part of the Year of Mexico in the UK
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This #FossilFriday is a Florida native! Metaxytherium floridanum is a 12-million-year-old sea cow. The earliest known fossils of sea cows are found in 50-million-year-old marine sediments, yet even at that early stage, two groups of sea cows had already evolved—the dugongs and the manatees. Metaxytherium is an extinct dugong. Unlike manatees, dugongs lack nails on their flippers, and have a deeply notched tail fin with two pointed lobes. This fossil was collected in 1929 in Gadsden County, Florida. Another immense dugong species, the Stellar sea cow, survived until around the year 1800 in the waters of the North Pacific. Reaching a length of almost 25 feet (7.5 meters) and weighing about 9,000 lbs (4,000 kg), it was hunted to extinction by humans. See this fossil in the Museum’s Hall of Advanced Mammals. AMNH/C.Chesek
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A visitor favorite, #SargentJohnson's sculpture, "Forever Free" (1933), depicts a mother gazing upward as she shields her two children, who are rendered frieze-like on her skirt. One of Johnson's signature works, "Forever Free" was actually on view when SFMOMA first opened in 1935! See it again when "Portraits and Other Likenesses" opens May 8th at #MoADsf. #PortraitsRedefined
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Save the date: в четверг, 2 июля, пройдет вторая встреча цикла «Просто искусство / Just Art» — c художником, теоретиком современного искусства, куратором Стасом Шурипой. Шурипа — один из важнейших представителей отечественной художественной сцены, преподаватель Института проблем современного искусства, автор множества текстов об искусстве и наставник целого поколения молодых художников. Начало встречи в 19:30, место: ЛАБ, вход свободный. ____________ Save the date: on July 2 at Garage LAB the second meeting with artist within the series of discussions JUST ART, is taking place. The guest of the meeting will be Stas Shuripa, artist, art theorist, curator, tutor. Start at 7:30 pm, entrance is free. #музейгараж #garagemca #лето2015 #art #contemporaryart #summer #theory #philosophy
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Today in 1951: #SallyRide was born in Encino, CA. She became the first U.S. woman in space on STS-7 in 1983. Pictured here are the clothes she flew in on that mission. Has she inspired you or someone you know?
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The last remaining airworthy Vulcan XH558 will fly over #IWMDuxford this Sunday 28 June as part of its V-Force Tour of the UK. The XH558 will pay tribute to the three aircraft that carried Britain’s first nuclear deterrent – the Vulcan, Victor and Valiant. Visit us this Sunday to see Vulcan’s flypast over our historic airfield. Don’t forget to explore the Vulcan aircraft in our collection on display in AirSpace. Book your tickets in advance for fast-track entry.
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Ending Soon—#MichaelHeizer #Altars at #GagosianW24St, NYC. Closes Thursday, July 2, 2015, 6pm ET. Heizer's first exhibition with the gallery comprises rarely or never-before-seen early paintings, the Altar series of new monumental steel sculptures, and negative wall sculptures featuring metamorphic and igneous rocks.
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We’d love to slip into this to watch the #GameOfThronesFinale! A five-clawed dragon appears nine times on this semi-formal Chinese dragon robe, or jifu. Four dragons encircle the neck, two adorn the front of the skirt and two at the back, while the ninth is hidden under flap of the skirt at the front. Other embroidered motifs which represent happiness cover the body of the robe, including clouds, flowers and bats.
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