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This weekend, the city of Copenhagen will launch the second coming of Denmark’s latest art fair, CHART, which will take over the beautiful Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Unlike other art fairs, CHART mirrors Denmark’s socialist political culture, aiming to present art work in a collaborative and cooperative forum. Sponsored by Danske Bank with media partner ArtReview, the fair unifies twenty-seven carefully selected galleries from the Nordic region....  More

 

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From Neoclassicism to Futurism: Italian Prints and Drawings, 1800–1925 - National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
USA / Washington D.C. : Exhibition
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
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Philippe Vandenberg: Dog Day - Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
Switzerland / Zürich : Exhibition
Hauser & Wirth, Zurich
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Julie Mehretu: The Mathematics of Droves - White Cube, São Paulo
Brazil / Sao Paulo : Exhibition
White Cube, São Paulo
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The Red Warehouse By Jeffrey Smart ,2003
The Red Warehouse
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878,400 AUD
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Sailing Boats By Alison Rehfisch ,1938
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10,370 AUD
Bonhams Australia, Melbourne
Burning Rope By Tim Storrier ,1988
Burning Rope
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36,000 AUD
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Gilbert & George on Religion, Art and Politics
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TODAY'S FEATURED VIDEO
Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset talk candidly about their 2013 exhibition Tomorrow, which transformed the Textile Galleries at the V&A Museum into the apartment of a fictional disillusioned architect named Norman Swann. The installation displayed pieces by the artists along with art works and artifacts culled from the V&A’s collection. Visitors were allowed to explore Swann’s apartment as if they were a personal visitor. The site-specific installation showed Elmgreen and Dragset’s love for redefining the way art is presented and experienced.
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