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  3. The bright colors and text of this Kate Spade Live Colorfully tote bag reminds us of Jean-Luc Vilmouth’s work, Untitled, that contains a rainbow palette of text!

     
  4. Since 1972, Artists Space has successfully contributed to changing the institutional and economic landscape for contemporary art in New York City - lending support to emerging ideas and emerging artists alike.

    From Artists Space:

    40 years after its founding, Artists Space remains committed to using its resources to enable artists to critically challenge the status quo. Limited Editions are an important source of support for the organization, and specifically of its four core programs, each of which is intended to provide artists with a combination of tangible resources and opportunities for artistic and intellectual growth: the exhibitions program at Artists Space : Exhibitions; The Irving Sandler Artists File, an online registry of the work of over 14,000 international artists; Expanded Art Ideas, an arts in education program providing at-risk youth with access to arts education at New York City public schools; and Artists Space : Books & Talks, a new neighboring second venue dedicated to artistic debate and knowledge production.

    Learn more about Artists Space and collect works to benefit the organization here.

     
  5. Artwork of the day:

    Only one YOU, 2012, by Shantell Martin

    We’re on our third day of our guest posts on curate 1k. If you haven’t already, hop on over there to see the collection.

     
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  7. Artwork of the day:

    Only one YOU by Shantell Martin

    All works by Shantell Martin are in this week’s private sale! Read our interview with her here.

    [Holiday hint: This print would make a great gift for the young collector or loved one in your life!]

     
  8. #ReBlogWeekend

    artruby:

    Deborah Kass

    Do You Wanna Funk With Me (2008).

    Small Funk (2006). 

    Learn more about Deborah Kass here.

    (via artruby)

     
  9. #ReBlogWeekend

    museumuesum:

    JENNY HOLZER

    Inflammatory Essays, 1978
    offset prints on colored paper
    17 x 17 inches

     
  10. Study Art, 2008

    by John Waters

    Dear Tumblr friends/followers,

    We are sorry we haven’t written to you in awhile! Lots of changes happening in the office with the bittersweet goodbyes we just had with our amazing interns here at Artspace, trips to Paris, and of course the most recent NYC hurricane scare.

    Now we hope to get back on track and keep providing all of you with nice pictures to look at and hopefully some interesting words for thought. Until then, we hope this John Water’s photograph can entertain you.

    We love you.

    -JESSIE (on behalf of everyone)