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More stories below (compiled with the help of YESNIK) mostly from February (click on bolded words for more information):
  • Frieze to launch Los Angeles art fair at Paramount Studios in 2019.
  • 5Pointz graffiti artist awarded $6.7 million for destroyed murals. Developer is planning to appeal.
  • Another San Francisco art fair will target the ever-elusive tech industry collector.
  • How the glitz and excess of the 1980s shaped contemporary art.
  • Art storage facilities offer a new model for galleries priced out of Chelsea.
  • For NY artist’s struggling to pay for their studios, New York City is enlisting nonprofits to help you out.
  • Los Angeles's Marc Foxx Gallery closes after more than 20 years.
  • Years after controversial sale, art from Japanese Internment Camps go on view in Los Angeles at the JANM.
  • Hidden details are uncovered beneath the surface of Picasso’s Blue Period painting.
  • Jerry Saltz reviewing art made by artificial intelligence.
  • How Paul Klee influenced a generation of American artists, from Pollock to Motherwell.
  • Caledonia Curry’s (aka Swoon) first career retrospective at the Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center (CAC).
  • Hauser & Wirth LA opens first gallery exhibition of Mark Bradford's work in his hometown in over 15 years.
  • The botany in Obama's official portrait at The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, created by New York artist Kehinde Wiley, represents a history employed by the language of flowers.
  • Demand soars for Amy Sherald’s work after reveal of her beautiful portrait of the First Lady Michelle Obama.
  • Insight into why the Obama portraits are so important.
  • How Bob Ross became everyone’s favorite art teacher painter, a reputation that still holds weight even today from his 1970s tv show “The Joy of Painting” on PBS.
  • Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson is literally shining a light onto the world’s environmental crisis.
  • Before he was a famous artist, Basquiat’s apartment was his gallery. New show at Cranbrook Art Museum.
  • Architect Thomas Heatherwick’s giant new structure aims to be an Eiffel Tower for New York. Genius or folly?
  • Hiroshi Sugimoto revamps Hirshhorn Museum Lobby which includes a 700-year-old Nutmeg Tree.
  • Q+A with José Parlá about his recent mural “Amistad América” at the University of Texas’ newly opening Rowling Hall in Austin.
  • Vhils x Shepard Fairey print launch today at Over The Influence in Los Angeles.
  • An interview with Usugrow on The Hundreds, 13 years after they first worked together. New collaboration here.
  • JR and Agnès Varda documentary nabs Oscar nomination.
  • Jeremy Fish one of the artists to have artwork unveiled in Union Square (San Francisco).
  • An interview with John Jacobsmeyer on his new show in New York.
  • Leading up to his show in Los Angeles, Van Arno sits down to answer some questions.

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