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Three to see: New York

From artistic mischief to some serious questions of culture There is something for everyone at the National Academy Museum ’s exhibition Creative Mischief (until 13 June), the sixth annual show with this cheeky title. It includes works in a variety of media by more than 130 international artists, faculty, alumni and students of the academy. The works are all “daring, playful and poetic”, says the school’s dean and the curator of the show, Maurizio Pellegrin, in a release. They range from Anthony...

Writing is definitely not on the wall for drawings

Collectors are learning to love wall drawings as a new generation of artists embraces them Collectors have long dismissed wall drawings as intimidating and esoteric, but the technique is gaining visibility—and market traction. Popularised by the conceptual artists Sol LeWitt and Lawrence Weiner in the 1960s, the method is also being embraced by a younger generation, including Wangechi Mutu, Ugo Rondinone and Jeff Elrod. Wall drawings could be considered the oldest form of art: the Lascaux Cave...


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