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At @JupiterArtland just outside of Edinburgh, Marc Quinn’s 12-metre high orchid is the largest work from his “Garden” series, an installation made from thousands of flowers, forever frozen in an impossibly perfect arrangement. • Image via @Iamland_ #JupiterArtland #MarcQuinn

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One of the largest foundations of contemporary art in Brazil, @Inhotim features significant installations by artists from Dan Graham to Matthew Barney. One of the highlights of the collection is “Magic Square # 5” by Hélio Oiticica, one of the most influential Brazilian artists of the second half of the 20th century. • Image via @italodelima #Inhotim #HelioOiticica

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Developed by Reinhold Messner, the first man to climb Mount Everest alone, @MessnerMountainMuseum sits over 7,000 feet above sea level in northern Italy. Opened in 2015, the museum was designed by famed architect Zaha Hadid. • Image via @MarcoValmarana #MessnerMountainMuseum #ZahaHadid

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Exploring some of the world’s great art pilgrimages this week. At @NMAC_Foundation in Vejer de la Frontera, Spain, one of James Turrell’s lesser known works “Second Wind” gives the illusion that the sky is much closer than meets the eye. • Image via @Jesusd.o #JamesTurrell #NMAC #NMACFoundation

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Get lost in the minds of 15 artists at LA’s new @FlutterExperience, a wonderland of contemporary art filled with works like this one by @JobPiston + @AndreHerrero. Designed to encourage interaction, the experience takes you through a series of all-encompassing installations designed by some of today’s greatest creatives. • #FlutterExperience

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In 1962, Los Angeles became a major player in the art world when Ferus Gallery opened Andy Warhol’s first show. Since then, LA’s art scene has fueled contemporary art with its museums, galleries, and boundary-pushing artists. See our spotlight on the city [link in bio] to discover striking works available for instant purchase.

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A key figure in Swiss art, John Armleder’s conceptual approach is linked to his early associations with the Fluxus movement. With a huge splash of paint as the central motif of his exhibition “Sh/Ash/Lash/Splash,” he playfully rewires our presumptions of what art can be. Catch it before it closes August 24 at @DavidKordanskyGallery in L.A. • #JohnArmleder #DavidKordansky

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@HauserWirth presents a sweeping view of David Hammons’ installations, sculptures, and paintings in the artist’s first show in L.A. in 45 years. Outside of the galleries, an installation of tents by the artist reads “This could be u” and sits beneath Martin Creed’s neon work ”EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT.” Catch the exhibition before it closes August 10. • #HauserWirth #DavidHammons #MartinCreed

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Looking forward to @SeattleArtFair, an exciting moment bringing local and international galleries together in the Pacific Northwest August 1-4. Get an online exclusive preview of the fair via the link in our bio and keep an eye out for highlights like #IsabelleMenin’s “Petites Natures” series at @MurielGuepinGallery’s booth. • #SeattleArtFair #MurielGuepinGallery

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Eclecticism at its best— @WrightAuction presents “The Amusing Style,” a sale of selections from the collection of art dealer Pavel Zoubok and his husband Paul A. Baglio, Jr. Click the link in our bio to explore the auction and the couple’s signature collage-like approach to interior decoration. • #RoxyPaine “Scumak (P2-R14),” 2000 #

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One of the summer’s hottest benefit auctions is back and live on Artsy [link in bio]—supporting @WatermillCenter, the interdisciplinary laboratory for the arts founded by Robert Wilson. This year, the auction will support both the The Center and the artists as every donating artist was offered 20% of the winning bid. • #JavaJones “I Told the Storm,” 2018 #TABULARASA #WatermillCenter

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No need to worry, there’s something for everyone in @HeritageContemporary’s latest urban art auction featuring over 600 lots. Go hunting via the link in our bio, registration closes tomorrow, July 21. • #KAWS “Untitled, from Blame Game,” 2014 #HeritageAuctions

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Mysterious and beautiful, the cosmos have long been a profound source of inspiration to contemporary artists. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, discover artworks to collect inspired by the moon, earth, stars, and space via the link in our bio. • #VincentFournier “Mars Desert Research Station 9,” 2008

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There’s a slight chance of rain at @FondazionePrada this summer. Their permanent exhibition “Atlas” features works by Jeff Koons, Carsten Höller, and Damien Hirst (pictured above). The expansive show takes over 6 levels of the foundation’s stunning tower overlooking Milan. • Image via @SusiKenna #FondazionePrada #DamienHirst

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Opening today, @StudioOlafurEliasson returns to @Tate Modern with “In Real Life,” featuring installations that ignite the senses and prompt visitors to question the nature of perception and the impact they have on the natural world. • #OlafurEliasson #TateModern • Photo by María del Pilar García Ayensa

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The sale of the summer is back (and closing today)! 👀 our story for @ArtDrunk’s picks in @PhillipsAuction’s Summer School sale and act fast, bidding ends at 8:30pm EST tonight [link in bio].😎• #PhillipsAuction

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Spilling out of the canvas and onto the walls of Tate Britain, France-Lise McGurn’s works explore the space between the conscious and unconscious—an “ecstatic sense of being out of one’s own body”. The works were created as part of #TateBritain’s #ArtNow program, bringing new works by emerging artists to the museum. • #Tate #FranceLiseMcGurn

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The largest free display of outdoor art in London, @FriezeArtFair’s #FriezeSculpture brings works by 20 top contemporary artists to a lush corner of Regent’s Park. Pack a picnic and explore the works now through October 6. • @StudioLeikoIkemura @KewenigGalerie #LeikoIkemura

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A @LondonArtWeek_ treasure discovered at one of the city’s oldest galleries, @Colnaghi1760. This intimate portrait by artist Louis-Léopold Boilly depicts a young boy wearing the Décoration du Lys, given to prize-winning school children in 1813-14. Perhaps commissioned by the boy’s proud parents, the work is a standout example of the artist’s depictions of a dazzling-cross section of French society in the 19th century. • #LondonArtWeek #LondonArtWeek2019 #Colnaghi

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Support meaningful organizations while taking home art you love. From limited-edition prints by Robert Rauschenberg to hand-signed works by William Wegman and Doug DuBois, discover a curated selection of works you can collect from leading nonprofit institutions now via the link in our bio. • #LightWork #mocaLosAngeles

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A highlight from this week’s @MayFairArtWeekend in London—@TheUnitLondon’s presentation of new paintings by Ryan Hewett ( @RyHew). Catch the show through July 13. • #UnitLondon #RyanHewett #MAW2019

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Painted a year after her momentous MFA thesis show, @NinaChanel’s “Untitled” is exemplary of her ability to blend pop culture with social commentary. This “easy to swallow, but hard to digest” work, as the artist put it, reflects the dark state of race relations in the U.S. today. Explore more of our favorite finds from @PhillipsAuction’s 20th Century & Contemporary Art Day Sale in our story and browse the lots at artsy.net/phillips-day-sale-london. • #PhillipsAuction #PhillipsBSq #NinaChanelAbney

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“I’ve never met a person I couldn’t call a beauty.”—Andy Warhol Known to shoot at least a roll of film a day, Warhol kept his Polaroid camera and 35mm point-and-shoot close at hand, documenting the famous faces he encountered in NYC, Hollywood, and his artist studio, The Factory. From portraits of Grace Jones and André Leon Talley (pictured here) to Keith Haring and David Hockney, his photographs provide an intimate lens into the glamour and grit of the Pop artist’s social circle. Browse our selection of his snapshots available for instant purchase [link in bio]. • #AndyWarhol

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A new generation of LGBTQ+ artists is pushing contemporary art forward. Visit the link in our bio to learn more about 15 artists who share their visions, motivations, and a look inside their compelling practices. • #MartineGutierrez • Martine Gutierrez, “Demons, Xochiquetzal 'Flower Quetzal Feather,' p95 from Indigenous Woman,” 2018 via @RyanLeeGallery

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“I don’t think about art while I work, I try to think about life.”—Basquiat was a man of few words, but he did leave behind a few bold statements that offer a window into his approach. Visit the link in our bio to read more about his insights on process, drive, and observing the world around him. • Lee Jaffe “Untitled” (Jean-Michel Basquiat, working 4),” 1983 via @HGContemporary #Basquiat

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The second most attended exhibition in the museum’s history, @FondationBeyeler’s “The Young Picasso: Blue and Rose Periods” was a rare opportunity to see Picasso’s evolution unfold. Swipe to see two of the most significant works from the show: A portrait of Picasso’s dear friend Carles Casagemas, whose death sparked the start of his Blue period in 1901. A portrait Madeleine, the first great love of Picasso’s life who inspired him to change his palette from blue to rose in 1904. #FondationBeyeler #Picasso #PabloPicasso

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@AnthonyMcCallStudio’s most recent “Solid-Light” installation at @ArtBasel Unlimited transforms two points of light and a haze-filled room into an experience that hovers somewhere between cinema, sculpture, and drawing. • #AnthonyMcCall #ArtBasel #ArtBaselUnlimited #SeanKelly #SpruethMagers #GalerieThomasZander

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Closing soon —The @MagnumPhotos Square Print Sale is back with works by the world’s leading photographers available for $100 each. This year, photographers were invited to respond to the theme of “Obsessions” with works like this @Herbert_List portrait of Pablo Picasso with a statue of his muse Marie-Thérèse Walter. Browse the selection of prints before the sale closes today at 6pm EST on Artsy via the link in our bio. • #MagnumPhotos #Picasso #HerbertList

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Montreal-based artist Erik Nieminen ( @eriknart) takes you to “Paradise” in his debut exhibition after winning the @BombaySapphireUS Artisan Series Grand Prize. Explore his lush paintings through June 27th at @TheHighLineNine in NYC. • #ArtisanSeries

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Artist and innovator @Roosegaarde celebrates the beauty of human connectivity with “SYNC,” an immersive installation transforming Basel this week. Presented by @BMWgroupculture, the work is composed of a thin membrane and electric blue lasers activated by touch. Experience “SYNC” June 13-16 at Voltahalle in Basel. • #BMWgroupculture #StudioRoosegaarde

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Colombian artist Fernando Botero is beloved internationally, but why has the North American art world never quite taken him seriously? After decades of criticism, he still retains his signature style of painting curvaceous, cartoonish figures. Explore this tension and his rich, impactful life in art through the link in our bio. • #FernandoBotero – Photo by Alain Benainous / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

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“I see life as a passageway, with no fixed beginning or destination. We tend to focus on the destination all the time and forget about the in-between spaces.” #DoHoSuh’s fabric recreations of his past homes, made by hand, capture an experience that lies somewhere between a dream and reality. His signature sculptural installations, scale models, drawings, and videos are now on view at @MuseumVoorlinden in his first solo show in the Netherlands through September 29. • Image via @LehmannMaupin #DoHoSuh #MuseumVoorlinden

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@JackShainman examines the relationship between Basquiat and Warhol during the final years of their lives in #BasquiatxWarhol, an exhibition revolving around rare collaborative paintings created by the two artists in 1984-1985. See the show in Kinderhook, NY through September 7. • Image via Artsy’s @lu.lv #JackShainmanTheSchool #JSGTheSchool #JackShainmanGallery

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On the anniversary of the Stonewall riots, artist and poet Sur Rodney reflects on being young, queer, and Black in NYC over the last 50 years. Visit the link in our bio for his reflections on this and the current exhibitions exploring Stonewall at major museums across the city. • #AdamRolston #PrideMonth #Stonewall50 #NobodyPromisedYouTomorrow #SurRodneySur • Adam Rolston, “I Am Out Therefore I Am,” 1989 via @BrooklynMuseum

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@TakashiPom brings over 60 of his latest works to Hong Kong’s @TaikwunContemporary for a major survey of his multifaceted universe. On view for the first time are his spectacular wall and floor art, iconic costume designs, and samples from his private art collection. On view through Sep 1. • ©Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. • Photo by @Kitmin_Lee • #MURAKAMIvsMURAKAMI #TakashiMurakami #TaiKwunContemporary #TaiKwun

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Energetic brushstrokes and bold use of color characterize Joan Mitchell’s arresting paintings. The first exhibition to focus on her multi-paneled works “I carry my landscapes around with me” takes its title from something she stated in 1958: “I paint from remembered landscapes that I carry with me… I could certainly never mirror nature. I would like more to paint what it leaves me with.” See them at @DavidZwirner through July 12. • #JoanMitchell #MitchellLandscapes #DavidZwirner

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Artist Rollin Leonard abstracts his subjects beyond recognition using methods that many would assume were digital manipulations. In this work, water droplets were used to deconstruct a self-portrait, which the artist then photographed in extreme detail. • #RollinLeonard

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Available today (the artist’s birthday), the late Ellsworth Kelly is being honored by the U.S. Postal Service with a very special collection of stamps. Over some 70 years, he pioneered a distinctive style of abstraction based on real elements reduced to their essential forms. Now you can experience his work on an entirely new scale. • #EllsworthKelly #EllsworthKellyStamps

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A stellar example of Alex Gardner’s dreamy palette and featureless figures, “Rather Be Sweaty” is the first fine art print released by the artist. The work was the centerpiece of his solo booth this year at The Armory Show and is now available for instant purchase on Artsy with @TheHoleNYC. • #AlexGardner #TheHoleNYC

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For world-renowned DJ and entrepreneur @SteveAoki, it’s not about buying the most expensive piece or building up the most value—it’s about partaking in creative culture. Go inside his art-filled playhouse and read about his unique approach to collecting in our latest feature [link in bio]. • Photo by Brian Guido ( @BrianGuido) #SteveAoki

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One of Peggy Guggenheim’s favorite works, Pablo Picasso’s “On the Beach (La Baignade)” from 1937 can still be found at the center of the @Guggenheim_Venice. Peggy’s home from 1949-1979, the museum houses a collection that showcases her commitment to supporting some of the greatest artists of the 20th century. Watch our Story to take a spin around the museum. • #PeggyGuggenheim #GuggenheimVenice #Picasso #PabloPicasso

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Featuring some of the greatest minds working at the intersection of art and design today, @CarpentersWorkshopGallery’s stellar exhibition #DysfunctionalVenice examines where painting and sculpture end and where function begins. Swipe through to explore highlights from the show, on view at @GalleriaGiorgioFranchetti in Venice through November 24. • #CarpentersWorkshopGallery #CaDOro #NachoCarbonell #MaartenBaas #StudioDrift #VerhoevenTwins #RandomInternational #VirgilAbloh

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The tallest work ever created by @SeanScullyStudio, “Opulent Ascension” dominates the crossing of Venice’s San Giorgio Maggiore in stark contrast with the church’s Renaissance architecture. The work is part of “HUMAN,” a larger exhibition showcasing the diversity of the artist’s practice on view through October 13. • #SeanScully #SeanScullyVenice #VeniceBiennale

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Ghana’s #VeniceBiennale debut explores the evolution of freedom since 1957, the year it became the first sub-saharan country to gain independence from colonial rule. @GhanainVenice features works by Felicia Abban (Ghana’s first professional female photographer), John Akomfrah (the winner of this year’s #GoldenLion for best artist), and #ElAnatsui (pictured here). Watch our Story for continued coverage of must-see pavilions and exhibitions across the city. • #BiennaleArte2019 #GhanainVenice

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Artist #MartinPuryear has taken over the U.S. Pavilion at this year’s #VeniceBiennale with works that explore the “symbolic but vital human subject” of liberty. Puryear directly comments on the history of the pavilion, a 1930 structure modeled after Thomas Jefferson’s slaveholding home and plantation, Monticello. Watch our story to explore the exhibition and learn more about his poignant works. • #LaBiennale #USPavilion #MartinPuryear #BiennaleArte2019

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One last stop in Paris to pay our respects to the late, great architect I.M. Pei. When his 71-foot-tall pyramid at @MuseeLouvre was unveiled in 1989, it stirred quite the controversy. He once said “I couldn’t walk the streets of Paris without people looking at me as if to say…What are you doing to our great Louvre?” Fast forward 30 years and it’s become one of today’s greatest architectural icons. Discover more pivotal works by #IMPei (that you might not be so familiar with) via the link in our bio. • #MuseeLouvre #Louvre.

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Continuing our tour of @ParisGalleryWeekend with @Galerie_Mitterrand’s stunning exhibition surveying a brief history of sculpture since the gallery opened in 1988. Allan McCollum steals the show with his “Collection of Two Hundred and Forty Plaster Surrogates” in which no two works are the same. Explore all participating galleries via the link in our bio. • #ParisGalleryWeekend #GalerieMitterrand #AllanMcCollum

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What’s new in Paris? Keep an eye on our Instagram Story this weekend to explore top gallery shows in the City of Lights with @ParisGalleryWeekend. Dutch artist @KatinkaLampe returns to @GalerieFillesDuCalvaire with new works that investigate the narcissism encouraged by social media platforms. Young, untouchable, fashionable, and proud, the figures in her paintings question the construction of identity and a desire for transformation. Visit the link in our bio to explore all of the shows featured in #ParisGalleryWeekend. • #ParisGalleryWeekend2019 #ParisGallery

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Portuguese artist @DanielBlaufuks’s dreamy photography examines the connection between time and space—each photo in this sequence captures the subtle movement of light that enters the eyepiece of the Pantheon dome in Rome. Explore more finds from @FeriaARCO’s #ARCOLisboa2019 in our exclusive online preview of the fair [link in bio]. • Daniel Blaufuks “Pantheon II,” 2018 via @GaleriaCarlosCarvalho

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@JeffKoons strikes again—his “Rabbit” sold for $91.07 million last night at @ChristiesInc, becoming the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction. Read more about this record-breaking moment via the link in our bio. • Image via @zhannagzh #Christies #JeffKoons