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Jason Farago
Art critic and editor of (2015–18)
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Renaud Pila Apr 16
Une seule comparaison. Plus de 900 millions d'euros récoltés en 24h pour Notre-Dame. Budget patrimone français en 2018 : 326 millions
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Jason Farago Apr 16
Replying to @ElianPeltier
and SPARE ME the Pléiades on the desk (though I guess it is better than the Shepard Fairey painting)
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Jason Farago Apr 16
Replying to @ElianPeltier
I literally started laughing when he said this. (D’ici 5 ans is, of course, the Olympic summer)
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kientz guillaume Apr 15
"on a évité le pire" ... et en même temps ....
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Jason Farago Apr 15
Replying to @jsf
Liu Xiaobo, on watching the funeral of Hu Yaobang from New York City, 1989:
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Jason Farago Apr 15
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Jason Farago Apr 12
Replying to @joshbarone
Saw him do a blow-down-brilliant Jochanaan in the Wiener Phil's Salome a few years ago...
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Jason Farago Apr 12
Get out of town. I went to for three bold positions rooted far from the lights of late 1960s Tokyo: Yutaka Matsuzawa, GUN, and The Play
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Jason Farago Apr 12
very fine review; loved this show in Salem!
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Imani Gandy Apr 11
I went to college with Courtney. Good for her. 👏🏾👏🏾 | Yale Museum of British Art Chooses Dia Curator as Its Director - The New York Times
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Jason Farago Apr 11
Replying to @jsf
Ils savent mieux que nous, je pense / L'histoire de nos rois de France / Hermann, Peter, Helga et Hans / À Göttingen, à Göttingen
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Jason Farago Apr 11
Some real hits here — “Week-end à Rome” has a permanent spot on my road trip playlist — but missing the greatest song ever of European unity: Barbara’s “Göttingen”
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Jason Farago Apr 9
Replying to @chaykak
A show of all the artists who worked for Pierre Huyghe (Ian Cheng, Camille Henrot, Max Hooper Schneider, Agnieszka Kurant...) would be a pretty good overview...
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Jason Farago Apr 9
Replying to @chaykak
no, but as Sam Thorne taught me, galleries and to a lesser extent art schools fulfill some of this. Certainly the artists around Christian Nagel, or Pat Hearn/Colin de Land, were a "movement"; more recently 47 Canal...
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Jason Farago Apr 8
Replying to @jerrysaltz
checked on this. it is finished, in the way that anything by Donnelly is finished -- a video was planned, then she decided not to install it, but she may add something later.
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Jason Farago Apr 8
"The old-fashioned Lex columnist in me has a certain respect for companies that make money" —
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Jason Farago Apr 8
Replying to @alexgreenberger
dying to see that and Emma Kunz too — report back please! (Also go see this, with new Jeremy Deller)
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Jason Farago Apr 6
“It’s a bit like opening the British Film Institute by screening Four Weddings and a Funeral…”
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Jason Farago Apr 4
Tomorrow at Columbia, the great Souleymane Bachir Diagne and Ariella Azoulay debate the Savoy-Sarr report and the future of restitution
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Jason Farago Apr 3
The fate of criticism, at the Rijksmuseum
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