Dakun x Liu Yong Spring 2019: New York Fashion Week

Dakun x Liu Yong debuted at NYFW: The Shows with their “Eastern Legends” streetwear collection for women, men, and kids this evening at Spring Studios proving that Chinese designers are the trailblazers of street fashion.

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Design Memo: Pop-Up Exhibition Showcasing CADA's Asian American Artists

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NEW YORK, NY – Dec 9, 2019 – PIS Global presents Design Memo, a pop-up exhibition showcasing work by artists from the Council of Asian Designers of America (CADA), on view November 9 to December 1 at 415 Broadway. The opening reception took place on November 9 and welcomed Embassy councilors Mr. Xing and Ms. Xia, the head of CADA Richard Zhao, and over 300 attendants. Artists Bingyao Cheng, Donna Chi, and Jing Liu were selected as award recipients.

AN ART WORLD GLOSSARY FOR A TURBULENT DECADE

We were beset by influencers, grifters, and triggers. We worried about the Anthropocene, gentrification, the blockchain, and free speech. We occupied and decolonized. We canceled. There are many ways to take stock of the decade, and before this one slips away, we look back at the terminology that defined the era. This glossary includes new words that came into common usage over the past ten years (like “precariat”) as well as old ones that took on new meanings during that time (like “curate”).

ARTnews in Brief: Almine Rech Now Represents Ewa Juszkiewicz—and More from December 20, 2019

Almine Rech Now Represents Ewa Juszkiewicz Painter Ewa Juszkiewicz has joined Almine Rech gallery, which will represent her in Europe, the U.K., and China. The Warsaw-based artist’s works, which often feature portraits of women whose faces are obscured by complex arrangements of plants, fabric, hair, and other materials, have figured in exhibitions at Gagosian in New York, the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, the National Museum of China, and elsewhere.

100 Years Ago American Women Got the Vote. Art Museums Are Using the Anniversary to Chart a New Path Forward.

Almost no one now living remembers the time before the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women over the age of 21 the right to vote on August 26, 1920. With its centennial approaching next year—in what is shaping up to be an election year for the ages—U.S. art institutions are organizing exhibitions and programs that not only mark that momentous event but also address its failure to protect women of color in vast parts of the nation and spotlight enduring inequities in the present.

Dean’s List: Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys Focus on Collecting African-American Art

In May 2018, in a buzzing salesroom at Sotheby’s New York, the hammer fell on Kerry James Marshall’s Past Times (1997), a sprawling masterpiece that surveys a contemporary pastoral scene in which black figures are seen picnicking, boating, golfing, and playing croquet. Not long after, the price—$21.1 million, the highest figure for a work by a living African-American artist at auction—set off a fierce debate.

The 2010s: The Decade in Review

With the decade coming to a close, the editors of ARTnews have been looking back on what the 2010s meant for the art world. Exhibitions changed art history, artists pushed their mediums in new directions, controversies rattled the market and the museum world, and a spread of books offered valuable food for thought. Below, a complete guide to our end-of-decade coverage.

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