Zorka Ságlová’s “Hay-Straw 50” at hunt kastner, Prague

Hunt kastner in Prague is presenting a tribute to Zorka Saglova on the 50th anniversary of the presentation of her iconic, and at the time controversial, installation “Hay-Straw” through August 23, 2019. The installation was shown at the exhibition, “Something Somewhere,” at Vaclav Špala Gallery in Prague in 1969.As per the official release, the exhibition “Something Somewhere” put forward new ideas that was not traditionally realized in works of art but rather documented by things, and through things that still seem to have nothing to do with art. Featuring artists Jiři Kolař & Běla Kolařova, and Jan Sagl & Zorka Saglova,…

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Do you remember the lyrics to “Good Girls Go Bad” by Cobra Starship?

It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since Cobra Starship took the neon-pop scene by storm with their third album Hot Mess. The band called it quits in 2015, but we’ve been jamming these iconic tracks ever since. The dance-worthy anthem “Good Girls Go Bad” features Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester and a chorus that […]
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Do you know the lyrics to “Agree To Disagree” by Sleeping With Sirens?

Sleeping With Sirens just dropped their latest piercing single, “Agree To Disagree,” and we’ve had it on repeat since it released. But how much have you been spinning the new SWS track? There’s only one way to find out. Read more: Bring Me The Horizon, Sleeping With Sirens, Poppy announce fall tour Take our “Agree To […]
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The Paintings of Scott Scheidly

Examining masculinity and power, Scott Scheidly’s paintings re-contextualize real and fictional villains. Elsewhere in Scheidly’s practice, he injects the grotesque into floral motifs, further underscoring the painter’s knack for satire and subverting expectations. The artist’s humor is also evident in his short bio: “At age four I attempted my first art project by devouring a 10 pack of crayons thus turning my diaper into a Jackson Pollock.”More …

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Auction Preview: Scottish Silver and Applied Arts at Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh, August 14

What: Scottish Silver and Applied ArtsWhere: Lyon & Turnbull, 33 Broughton Place, EH1 3RR, EdinburghWhen: August 14, 10:00 amPublic Viewing: Sunday, August 11: 12.00-16.00, Monday, August 12: 10.00-17.00, Tuesday, August 13: 10.00-17.00, Day of Sale: from 9amTop Lots at the Sale:— “An Important Silver Hilted Presentation Race Prize Basket Hilted Broad Sword,” William Scott II (Attributed), Elgin, Circa 1700-1710. Marks very worn but traces visible, the silver basket hilt formed with plain and gadrooned bar with flat forward facing knuckle guard flanked by pierced panels with crowned CR monogram and thistle. Measurement: Blade 75cm long, overall length 102cm. Featured in lot…

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“This Place” at the Jewish Museum, Berlin

The Jewish Museum in Berlin is hosting “This Place,” featuring work by 12 internationally acclaimed photographers. The exhibition runs through January 5, 2020.On view are more than 200 artworks by 12 artists that explore the complexity of Israel and the West Bank through various themes such as identity, family, homeland, conflict, and the environment. The initiator of the project, French photographer Frederic Brenner and other artists featured in the exhibition took on a monumental international art project. They traveled to Israel and the West Bank several times between 2009 and 2012.The works on view offer different perspectives and new ways of…

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