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Art that depicts pop culture, or pulls images, subjects, or iconography from main stream media.

March, 2018

  • 6 March

    Zone of Nowhere. A message from Perth

    Zone of Nowhere at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is the first Australian solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed, South Korean-born and New York based multidisciplinary artist Kimsooja. The exhibition runs from 17 February to 25 April.   For more than 30 years, Kimsooja has centred her work around sensitive …

  • 5 March

    The unpleasant gift

    Jeff Koons offered a sculpture as a gift to the city of Paris but the Ville Lumiere doesn’t agree where to place it.           A copy of the full statement from the Professional Committee of Art Galleries, translated by artnet News, is below. The Professional Committee …

  • 1 March

    Welcome to LOOP

    A new interactive public art installation is getting ready to make its way to Manhattan and it’s just the kind of stuff that Instagrammers go crazy for, so prepare to see it all over your feed. The immersive installation, named Loop, will bring six large cylinders to the Garment District’s pedestrian plazas …

January, 2018

  • 29 January

    A gold toilet for the White House

    The White House asked to borrow a Van Gogh. The Guggenheim offered a gold toilet instead. Here the letter from Guggenheim: The White House apparently contacted the Guggenheim Museum in New York and asked for the loan of Van Gogh’s 1888 Landscape With Snow. The museum wrote back to say it …

  • 22 January

    When I started my path I was against everything

    Georg Baselitz (b. 1938) is one of the foremost artists of our time. To mark his eightieth birthday, the Fondation Beyeler will be showing an extensive selection of his work as a painter, sculptor and printmaker. The exhibition, organized in close cooperation with the artist, takes the form of a …