Jeff Koons, Titi, 2003. Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 213.4 cm. Scharpff Collection, Stuttgart. Photo: Jeff Koons. © Jeff Koons.

Jeff Koons, Titi, 2003. Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 213.4 cm. Scharpff Collection, Stuttgart. Photo: Jeff Koons. © Jeff Koons.

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

Cool Place. Scharpff Collection

The major exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart will offer the first comprehensive overview of paintings from the private art collection of Ute and Rudolf Scharpff. In the 1960s, Ute and Rudolf Scharpff began to collect art as a young couple.... continue reading

This week: July 19 - July 25 / 2014






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Pamela Rosenkranz’s “My Sexuality”By Mitchell Anderson

Pamela Rosenkranz’s exhibition at Karma International in Zürich is a complete mess. At first glance, the show lacks the sleek style and execution one has come to expect from an artist who has made a career exploring the slick visual codes and branding techniques used to commodify the natural world.... continue reading

“Dark Waters”By Sabrina Tarasoff

The sea is said to speak to us in an amalgam of mysterious and alluring analogies, which are drawn from its depths and, at times, swallowed all too easily by the contemplative desires of artists, poets, and theorists alike. The metaphors are countless, yet invariable—from the reflective surfaces of still... continue reading

Andrea Büttner’s “Tische”By Max Andrews and Mariana Canepa Luna

Pursuing a clearly spiritual approach within a Christian cultural and ethical context, Andrea Büttner is one of the few contemporary artists who could plausibly cite St. Francis of Assisi, the twelfth-century Catholic friar who committed himself to a life of poverty, as a key influence. Her work Tische [Tables] (2013),... continue reading

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Seeking applications for six Trask Bursaries in MRes Art: Exhibition Studies; Moving Image; or Theory and PhilosophyCentral Saint Martins

MRes Art is a Masters course with three pathways. Each provides a unique opportunity for artists, curators and writers to specialise in key emerging disciplines in contemporary art: the history and theory of contemporary exhibition practice, artists' moving image, or art theory and philosophy. The course forms part of Central Saint Martins'... continue reading

Art Law education course and conference in Los Angeles, January 2015Sotheby’s Institute of Art

Controlled BurnHartford Art School

Wesleyan University’s ICPP program and Danspace Project present "Curating as a verb: What is artist-centered curatorial practice?"Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (ICPP) at Wesleyan University

Seeking a Senior CuratorTate

Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts Degree and BFA Major in Fine Arts IllustrationPennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA)

Phantom in the DirtColumbia College Chicago

Call for applications: PhD in Curatorial PracticeMonash University Art Design & Architecture (MADA)

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