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Category: Art World

Please Enjoy This Video of Jerry Saltz Reviewing Art Made by Artificial Intelligence

Thanks to great advances in artificial intelligence, humans aren’t the only ones making art anymore. As computers get in on the creative action, art critic Jerry Saltz has taken their efforts to task, offering some fairly savage reviews of works of art generated by various algorithms. In a segment on HBO’s , Saltz was asked to judge a series of works made by AI rather than by human hands. “I’m looking fo.....

Art Industry News: China Has No Mercy for American Who Stole a Warrior’s Thumb + More Must-Read Stories

NEED-TO-READ Mark Bradford Unveils Epic New Body of Work – The artist’s latest paintings, on view at Hauser & Wirth in LA, are made of layered comic books and inspired by the classics he read as a child. The artist says that Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman depict “civilization on steroids—and so it kind of fit with this moment.” () Inside Heatherwick’s Hudson.....

Three Years After His Death, Ellsworth Kelly’s Light-Filled ‘Chapel’ Opens in Texas

Ellsworth Kelly died in 2015, but his final work was unveiled only this past weekend. It is also likely the most ambitious work the American artist ever made: a 2,700-square-foot building loosely modeled after a Romanesque church on the grounds of the Blanton Museum in Austin, Texas. “This is a game changer for this city and for Ellsworth Kelly, to have his most monumental wor.....

Rihanna Is Getting This Basquiat-Inspired Sculpture as a Surprise Birthday Gift

Pop star Rihanna turns 30 today, and to celebrate, the artist Edgar Askelovic is presenting the American singer a sculpture—of herself. The singer is depicted in the nude, wearing an American football helmet inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat‘s art. Asked if Rihanna knows about the gift, Askelovic told artnet News: “As [she] liked a photo of the sculpture on my Instagram page, I guess the sculpture will .....

Virginia Woolf Was an Avid Photographer—and Now You Can See Her Work Online

For a glimpse into the life of one of the world’s most celebrated female authors, look no further than the Harvard Library, which has digitized Virginia Wolf’s personal photo albums. The author began taking photographs at just 15, developing film shots on a Frena camera. She preserved her images in neatly organized photo albums, which you can now peruse online. The photographs capture Woolf’s life at Monk’s House, the 17th-century cottage .....