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A Young Collector’s Guide to Art

Buying that first piece of art can feel like standing at the edge of a cliff, waiting to jump into the unknown. It can seem–if not scary–at least a little bit intimidating. But, as with most things, practice makes perfect, and each subsequent purchase allows for the next to seem...

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6 Questions with Chloe Wise

When you see Chloe Wise roaming around Art Basel, remember to wish her happy birthday. The 24-year-old artist turns 25 this week–still a remarkably young age for her string of achievements. The Canadian-born multi-hyphenate (she digs into painting, sculpture, and video work) made a name for herself in 2013...

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Curating ‘Artsy Projects: Nautilus South Beach’

Since its 2010 inception, Artsy has stood at the forefront of making art accessible for those previously intimidated by the field’s glossy sheen. From educating novices to facilitating the collections of bigger players, Artsy is an invaluable resource, no matter your level of expertise. And so, for SIXTY’s first official Miami Art...

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In the Studio with Katherine Bernhardt

It’s a grey and rainy afternoon when I arrive at painter Katherine Bernhardt’s studio, a former car detailing shop with window decals still in place, on a quiet block of Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood. But the environment the rising star ushers me into is, by comparison, a tropical paradise. Despite...

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‘WONDERWHEEL’ at SIXTY

Art and travel have a few things in common, but one stands out the most: they both attempt to challenge the mind by opening us up to new things. And so bringing them together seems a perfect marriage. As is the case with WONDERWHEEL, an exhibition at Nautilus, a...

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Top-Notch Coffee in Downtown NYC

Seattle might lay claim to reinventing the way Americans drink coffee, but New York has certainly moved the needle in its own right. With shops geared to please both discerning locals and the practiced palates of those just passing through, NYC has become one of the best places in...

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The Past, Present, and Future of ESMoA

Tucked into a small plot of real estate among the eateries and service businesses of downtown El Segundo’s main drag, the ESMoA “art laboratory” is consistently one of the most intriguing visual arts venues in Los Angeles. Since its opening in 2013, ESMoA (short for the “El Segundo Museum...

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Miami’s Must-See Fall Art Shows

Before the international set descends upon Miami for Art Basel and its gamut of competing fairs, the city has plenty of strictly homegrown exhibitions to whet a local’s appetite. This fall, catch the sublime planar works of Hans Hofmann, the alphabetic efforts of Shannon Ebner, and more. Margin of Error With...

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Alice Quaresma’s Soft Geometry

One part nuevo collage, one part John Baldessari, the work of Brazilian artist Alice Quaresma layers new meaning over existing images. With colorful lines and opposing imagery, Quaresma creates photographs that feel like the evocation of old memories, where the lines between exact truth and altered recollection are blurred....

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Day to Night at SIXTY LES

Friends, drinks, a warm sweater, a brisk pool. When fall comes around, sometimes it’s all you need. It’s that pivotal step away from summer, to a time no longer defined by outdoor BBQs and balmy-night bar crawls. Dropping temperatures call for a slower, more focused pace–and not like that’s a bad...

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