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Pushing it: artist up in court after working out in church

... pay a fine of €700 (judge Judith Simon pulled no punches, declaring that Karle “had crossed a line”). According to our sister paper Le Journal des Arts, Karle is planning to appeal. Pushing it: artist up in court after working out in church #In_the_frame

Anarchy in the UK: after Brexit, artists bite back

... blotting out the faces of their leaders since the beginning of time. As a collective, and therefore our own body politic, we are enacting the will of the people,” the artists told i-D magazine. Anarchy in the UK: after Brexit, artists bite back #In_the_frame

Winnie The Pooh day heralds V&A show

... proofs, letters and photographs. The star of the show will be the original Winnie the Pooh manuscript that will travel from its permanent home at the Wren Library in the University of Cambridge’s Trinity College. Winnie The Pooh day heralds V&A show #In_the_frame #Victoria_and_Albert_Museum

Martin Parr bags a top prize for capturing the world’s quirks

... 40-year career, including his technicolour global tourism pics and the little known Abandoned Morris Minors series, which was shot in the West Coast of Ireland between 1980 and 1983. Martin Parr bags a top prize for capturing the world’s quirks #In_the_frame #Somerset_House,_London #Martin_Parr

Britannia rule the waves at the London Art Fair

..., to present a small selection of British masterpieces including a mesmerising work by John Tunnard, titled Messenger (1969), and pieces by Barbara Hepworth and Richard Burra. Rule Britannia indeed. Britannia rule the waves at the London Art Fair #In_the_frame #Fairs

Who will design baby Pia’s Wendy House for Julia Peyton-Jones?

... artist-architects that she could hire. Ai Weiwei is a dab hand with bricks and mortar but if Beijing minimalism is a little too severe, Grayson Perry does a great mock-Essex Gingerbread. Who will design baby Pia’s Wendy House for Julia Peyton-Jones? #In_the_frame #Serpentine_Gallery #Julia_Peyton-Jones

Calder’s mercury fountain was a close-run thing in 1937

... coins upon its surface,” he wrote. The mobile proved a quite a moneyspinner, raking in 300 francs a day, which the artist donated to children in Spain suffering during the ongoing Civil War. Calder’s mercury fountain was a close-run thing in 1937 #In_the_frame

Tomás Saraceno’s project takes flight at Davos

... Participants can rotate and tilt the globe with a touchscreen and can create their own flight trajectories for the floating sculptures (perhaps Theresa May will take a liking to the airborne art). Tomás Saraceno’s project takes flight at Davos #In_the_frame

RISD Celebrates MLK

... and 70s,” Tony Johnson, the dean of student affairs and chair of the committee for this year’s MLK Series, says in a statement. Douglas’s keynote, scheduled for this Friday, 20 January at 6:30pm, will be live streamed . RISD Celebrates MLK #In_the_frame

A musical performance through AI eyes

... Alison Gass, the Cantor Art Center’s associate director of collections, exhibitions and curatorial affairs and Jennifer Granick, the director of civil liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. A musical performance through AI eyes #In_the_frame

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