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"I want to connect to the people that are going through this transition. You’re changing when you’re going through the consulate…your life is changing." —Marela Zacarías

New in ART21 New York Close Up: Artist Marela Zacarías creates a work commissioned by the Art in Embassies program for the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico. The painted sculpture, Red Meander (2014), is her largest work to date and is the first of her works to be shown in her country of birth.

WATCH: Marela Zacarías Goes Big & Goes Home

IMAGES: Production stills from the ART21 New York Close Up episode, Marela Zacarías Goes Big & Goes Home. © ART21, Inc. 2014.



A women’s metalworking class in the early days of the University.

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Untouched since the day she died, Louise Bourgeois’ New York home-cum-studio offers an intimate portrait of the artist (via Inside artist Louise Bourgeois’ New York home - Telegraph)


fuck jeff koons he’s a piece of shit hack

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Grab some cheap art, support my move to U Chicago! Share and help a girl out! —don’t break your piggy bank either :)

oh, were i to have a table loom….


Glazed and confused? The funky, bulging, buckling, elegant, astonishing, comical, captivating ceramic sculptures of Kathy Butterly will knock your socks off

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Hannah Höch. Whitechapel Gallery, London. March 2014.

I’m not sure Höch knows much about ‘firm borders’, more versed in flimsy, paper, semi permanent erections and indeed in blurring the perceptions of scale and foregrounding. As a whole, this exhibition flawlessly showcases a grand body of work,…