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Artnet News sat down with food artist Laila Gohar and graphic designer Omar Sosa to learn how married life fuels their creativity:

As Wong Ping presents a newly commissioned work at @icamiami we look back on his show at @CamdenArtsCtr earlier this year

Artnet CEO @jacobpabst along with his father and Artnet founder Hans Neuendorf were just interviewed on Cool Hunting. Read on for how the father/son team addresses transparency, tech, and collecting art today:

#Selftaughtartist #GeorgeWidener has thousands of historical dates in his memory and more than a thousand census population statistics.
#outsiderart #outsiderartist #artbrut #selftaughtart #artmagazine #rawvision #rawvisionmagazine #arttherapy

The sheer level of craftsmanship in each of Meredith James’s sculptures is commendable, and the miniatures commanded one’s attention even when the conceptual premise fell short.

'Wayne Koestenbaum's prose is one of the best rejoinders I know to the idea that flamboyant style and a rigorous ethics or politics cannot live on the same page.' @briangdillon on the past decade’s best writing

Seydou Keïta lived in Mali, running a successful portrait studio in the 1950s and 1960s. The images of local individuals and families are at Danziger Gallery, New York, until 18 January.

#artworkoftheday @flynntalbot's 'Reflection Room' is an immersive light experience illuminated in shifting tones of orange and blue.


'Gyre' (2014) Fred Tomaselli

Este pintor estadounidense contemporáneo es aclamado por sus collages que incorporan materiales no convencionales y representan escenas surrealistas. En Gyre, Tomaselli
representa un torrente de basura ingerido por un pez en el océano.

#fromthemagazine How do we define the notion of home? Gohar Dashti's images reveal the power of nature to consume and conquer.

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