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alain servais 17h
With artists, critics, and curators starting their own podcasts in droves, it was only a matter of time before larger operations joined the fray-Sound Institutions: Art Podcasts, Part Two - via
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Jess’s art tended to be unreserved, emphatic, and collaborative in spirit—whether produced in partnership with colleagues or created in a manner that refers to his own oeuvre.
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Art in America 19h
Warhol’s legacy offers Jay-Z a specific kind of precedent, that of an outsider who used the commercial marketplace as a lever to enlarge the sphere of the cultural elite.
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Art in America 20h
A Warhol Already: Jay-Z and the Pop Legacy by Michael Maizels
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Art in America 21h
Review | Dana Kopel on John Russell at Bridget Donahue ()
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Art in America Nov 15
Judith Eisler’s close-up focus has allowed her to unearth moments filled with a diffuse light and vivid colors that stand in contrast to her source film’s general aesthetic.
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Art in America Nov 15
As a stunt that rips off everyone involved, the Jean Freeman Gallery is very clever. Those who only read the ads and announcements without realizing they were out of the ordinary unwittingly proved Fugate-­Wilcox’s theories about the gallery scene.
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Art in America Nov 15
Andy Warhol presented being manipulated, both visually and socially, as an ongoing condition—a way of being, a journey without a destination.
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Art in America Nov 15
Review | Travis Diehl () on Jess at Kohn ()
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Art in America Nov 14
Over the past decade or so, Ben Lerner has amassed a slim but influential body of writing—poetry, fiction, nonfiction—in which he returns to the question of whether art retains, or can retain, any relevance in the modern world.
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Andrew Edlin Gallery Nov 14
Read the review in of Summer Wheat's most recent solo exhibition, "Catch and Release," which took place at Shulamit Nazarian Gallery in Los Angeles. We look forward to showing more of her works at our booth no. H1 at Miami Beach.
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Art in America Nov 14
In his commitment to passive recording, Warhol manifested the promise of media, casting a voyeuristic spell that brought out the masochistic performance latent in anyone who had ever hoped fame could bring salvation.
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Dave Bonta Nov 14
"Warhol presented being manipulated, both visually and socially, as an ongoing condition—a way of being, a journey without a destination." Trenchant commentary on Warhol, branding, social media and the like from my old friend
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Art in America Nov 14
From the Archives: Ripping Off the Art Magazines by Nancy Foote
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Art in America Nov 14
Broken Social Scene by Rob Horning ()
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Art in America Nov 14
The 24th annual , presented by Max Mara and benefiting , takes place Nov. 28. This year’s event honors artists Marina Adams and Stanley Whitney and philanthropist Suzanne Siano. Learn more and purchase tickets: [Sponsored]
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Art in America Nov 14
Review | Ara H. Merjian on Judith Eisler at Casey Kaplan ()
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Art in America Nov 13
While Ben Lerner obsesses over the death of artistic traditions, Anna Ostoya sets out to revive them. And this is perhaps what attracts the writer to the painter.
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Art in America Nov 13
Penske Media Acquires Art in America
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Art in America Nov 13
Will Harrison reviews The Polish Rider, a book by Ben Lerner and Anna Ostoya. (Published by )
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