I’ve seen Grabner’s show Ken Johnson complained about. What is he talking about? No, really, what?
We’re in New Orleans today checking out Prospect 3, so the commentary on this GIF is gonna be description. This here, is a GIF of bouncing spheres in water by Eva Papamargariti. It gets a mention because it looks like something drawn straight from Star Wars, and we like that.
I spent a few days in Grand Rapids looking at the juried and public prize finalists at ArtPrize. ArtPrize describes itself as a radically open, independently organized international art competition and a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.Basically, it’s a city wide exhibition in which the public and a jury vote on their favorite art works. The top winner of the juried and public vote prize takes home $200,000. The top winner for category prizes takes home $20,000.
In case you’re wondering what I thought of the finalists, I spent a bit of time on TV talking about each of them. The winners, I haven’t weighed in on until now. A few thoughts:
There are just a few hours to place a bid on art in our Paddle8 Writers Auction. You gotta hurry. You’ve got until 3:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) to pick up work by some of contemporary art’s finest—and support the great staff writers here at Art F City. The artists in this auction include: Echo Eggebrecht, Gianna Commito, Jayson Musson, Joshua Abelow, Ann Hirsch, Aleksandra Domanovic, Keith Mayerson and Alex Da Corte.
Here’s a wanking panda GIF. Why? Because ever since we livestreamed ourselves dressed up as pandas while blogging last year—the government and pandacam shutdown provided a lot of fodder for the blog—we’ve been really interested in pandas.
Speaking of blog fodder, for those of you who missed key moments in our pandacaming, a year later, we’ve got the recap. Get yourself up to date: Watch it.
Does art school lead us to the fulfilling creative life we all hoped, or is it the most expensive possible qualification for a dishwashing job?
Such are the very different pictures of life after art school, painted by two opposing reports: one by the collective of arts alums BFAMFAPhD’s “Artists Report Back”, and another by the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) “Making It Work”. In the introductory letter, SNAAP Research Director Steven J. Tepper wonders “how we can serve our students and graduates better as they transition from school to work?” BFAMFAPhD asks: “If we are not supporting ourselves as working artists, what jobs do we work?”