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31 December 2014

The Poetry Daily is out! Edition of 31 December 2014

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31 December 2014
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By Jimmie Reynolds: Jimmie Reynolds Poetry Episode #3
jimmiereynolds­.blogspot.com - Tuesday, December 23, 2014 Jimmie Reynolds Poetry Episode #3 Posted by Jimmie Reynolds at 12:47 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
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18 December 2014

Top 14 Blog Posts of 2014

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A year of wonderfulness from the RB Blog.   |   View in Browser   |   Forward to a Friend FaceBook Twitter Tumblr

FROM THE BLOG  :  Featured Artists   |   Tips and Tutorials   |   Inspiration   |   Art News   |   Collections

The Best of the Blog

2014 was a great year for the RB Blog. We grew a bunch while cranking out awesome content like featured artist interviews, studio visits, open discussions, tips and tutorials, and more. So we thought it would be fun to shine a light on some of the blog posts that we here in the RB offices dug the most.





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15 December 2014

African-American Quilts, and more #Art News

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From Montgomery to Montclair: 30 Quilts Visit the Garden State

The Montclair Art Museum is on a roll. Earlier this year the institution, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, presented "Robert Smithson's New Jersey," a scholarship-packed exhibition about the Earth artist's work in the Garden State. Now it is hosting a very fine show called "From Heart to Hand: African-American Quilts from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts," which runs through January 4, 2015.

Double Take: Jane and Louise Wilson

A selection from the December 2014 issue of ARTnews.

Abstract Expressionist John Grillo Has Died at 97

Abstract Expressionist painter John Grillo died of a heart failure at age 97 on November 26, just over a month after a five-decade retrospective of his work at University of Massachusetts Amherst.

9 Art Events to Attend in New York This Week

Tomas Saraceno at the Guggenheim, SEM Ensemble at Paula Cooper Gallery, "Jeanette Hayes: This American Life" at 55 Gansevoort and more. 

Gawker Says Matthew Barney is Dating Sheryl Crow

Gawker's Friday round-up of anonymous rumors from Gawker commenters has a particularly juicy one this week.

Swedish Auction House Sells Work to Online Bidder For $1.9 M.

The Financial Times reports that the Swedish auction house Bukowskis has sold a work by August Strindberg from 1894 to an online bidder for SKr14.3m, or $1.9 million. Though the opacity of these things can be tricky, that would seem to make it the highest-ever online auction total (even if the auction itself wasn't online), surpassing a Richard Serra that sold in May for $905,000 at a Christie's online-only sale.


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Here's a profile of the Louvre's president.The New York Times
The Smithsonian's Asian art collections are going online.The Art Newspaper
Michael Wilson at the Swiss Institute benefit.Artforum
The Indianapolis Museum of Art will begin charging admission.The Indianapolis Star
Catherine Opie Did the Posters for Portlandia Season Five

Catherine Opie, known for her tough portraits that often celebrate queer culture, has designed the posters for the fifth season of the IFC television series Portlandia. They feature the show's stars, Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, at right, as depicted by Opie.

When Is It Better to Donate Art Rather Than Sell It?

Over in The Wall Street Journal today, Daniel Grant looks at when it's better to give a work to a museum rather than sell it. 

Brant Sets Down in the East Village, Opening With a Dan Colen Blowout

Collector Peter Brant's decision to use Walter De Maria's palace of a home and studio in the East Village as an exhibition space, for a show of new work by Dan Colen, seems likely to elicit some strong reactions. I had two, and they have stuck with me, rather uncomfortably, since the opening on Wednesday night.

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