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News: Mike Kelley Foundation Copyright Policy

An interesting piece that appeared yesterday in The Art Newspaper. For some reason, the full article was removed from The Art Newspaper’s website. You can get the gist of it from the summary.

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A Brief History of the Artist’s Studio

Paul Cézanne’s studio. Photo by Sjaak Kempe, via Flickr. It was 2 a.m. when the skies of Paris opened over Claude Lantier. Dashing through the rain, the gifted but impatient painter arrived at his studio facing the river Seine to

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The Archival Impulse | Tate

Part one of the study day that explores why the archive has become a central issue in contemporary artistic strategy. Bringing together leading artists, archivists and theorists, this study day explores why the archive has become a central issue in contemporary

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Bjork at MoMA

REYKJAVIK, ICELAND — It wasn’t exactly a beach day. It was a chilly, damp November morning with a drizzle that turned intermittently to rain.Björk called it “sniffle weather”; she and a video crew were at Grotta, a lighthouse on a

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Ray Johnson Defies Categories 20 Years After His Death

Twenty years ago next week, the artist Ray Johnson jumped off a low bridge in Sag Harbor, N.Y., and backstroked placidly out to sea. Two teenage girls saw him plunge into the frigid water and tried to alert the police, but when

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The GLAM-Wiki Revolution

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Richard Hamilton, Marcel Duchamp, 1967

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