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X-TRA's mission is to provoke critical dialogue about contemporary art. Founded in 1997, X-TRA is a quarterly contemporary art journal, published by Project X.
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Party Alert! Save the date for our X-TRA SPR!NG TH!NG party and fundraiser on Saturday, April 6 to support X-TRA’s programs. Join us for the celebration with an auction, raffle, artist-drawn party portraits, food drinks, and more.
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X-TRA Feb 20
“How might artworks be distilled to a set of recognizable traits without being conceived as anything other than essentialized?” and trace ’s ambitious tech beginnings.
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X-TRA Feb 19
“I try to represent artists who are marginalized, and not just for diversity’s sake.” unpacks , the show he curated at , with .
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X-TRA Feb 18
“The denial of a total meaning does not entail the refusal of meaning altogether.” unpacks ’s Sorry, Atlantis at
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X-TRA Feb 14
Tomorrow at Los Angeles! X-TRA will host Views from Los Angeles, with Kelly Akashi, Kori Newkirk, Eamon Ore-Giron, and Mary Weatherford. Moderated by Naima Keith and Diana Nawi. Frieze tix required, visit Frieze LA website for details.
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X-TRA Feb 13
Announcing an Acid-Free and X-TRA benefit edition by Galería Perdida! Limited edition of 50 on Arches watercolor paper for only $100! Available during this week at the Acid-Free newsstand and store on the backlot. Pick up a copy of X-TRA too!
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X-TRA Feb 12
“Artistic expression and the recording mechanism of the camera were seen as interlocked in a kind of zero sum game.” says corrects skeptics of photography.
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X-TRA Feb 11
“Whom is an artwork for, and where does it belong?” Today in Old News: writes about , , and for .
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X-TRA Feb 11
has donated a set of hot-off-the-press posters from Greece and Russia for X-TRA February Membership Drive. Join at the $75-level or higher before March 1 and you’ll receive the next 4 issues AND these 2 works by Silton.
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X-TRA Feb 8
Frieze Los Angeles Event: X-TRA presents Views from Los Angeles with panelists Kelly Akashi, Kori Newkirk, Eamon Ore-Giron, and Mary Weatherford. Moderated by and Diana Nawi at Los Angeles.
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X-TRA Feb 7
“Public audiences turn poisonous realizing that the faces they idolize are faking it.” contemplates at Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève
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X-TRA Feb 7
February Membership Drive Bonus Gift: has donated her hot-off-the-press Make Ready posters from Greece and Russia. Join or renew at the $75-level or higher before March 1 and you’ll receive the next 4 issues AND these 2 works by Silton.
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X-TRA Feb 6
“garcia’s creations clothe themselves in the vegetal and animal skins of sacrificial others.” ’s “sacrio oficio” Intro by
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X-TRA Feb 6
“This theater and my presence, my playing of the parts I choose today, a transcendence of my very own.” visits the and ’s Austin
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X-TRA Feb 5
“If artists challenge authority, conventions, and received wisdom, so, asserts Ringier, does our company.” takes on the artistic heft of the annual reports.
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X-TRA Feb 5
“What would the world be like if we could separate magic from religion and other ideologies?” examines the source material behind “Jim Shaw: The End is Here,” at the .
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X-TRA Feb 4
Thanks to Art Galleries, the readers, the publications, , and everyone who attended the X-TRA Forum on Saturday.
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X-TRA Feb 4
Today in Old News: fact-checks Velvet Buzzaw and Alejandro Jodorosky speaks out after cancels his retrospective.
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X-TRA Feb 2
"Velvet Buzzsaw is more fun as a satire of art than it is as a horror movie." Today in : stars as art critic Morf Vandewal in the new movie .
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X-TRA Feb 1
“There’s no real formula for the conclusion of a work. A lot of the techniques are born in pursuit of completion.” in conversation with .
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