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Live-blogging Friday’s workshops at NEW INC, part of the New Museum’s IDEAS CITY festival.

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Live blogging Superscript,

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“We don’t have time to be fractured in our response to gentrification,” said Rachel LaForest of the Right to the City Alliance in the opening remarks. “We need more than solidarity, we need strategy-building and action.’’


A screen-capture of the interactive environment at

One of the little details that makes “Talk Show” so endearing.

The performance-centric art space BB created to promote their new interview program in Baltimore. From this month until August, the gallery space will host events where participants can be interviewed and tell stories in the format of a late-night talk show. The website is an interactive environment where different GIFs can be moved around a virtual representation of the gallery to assemble or disassemble a disheveled postmodern talk show set. It’s weirdly addictive. Maybe that’s a psychosomatic association with all those coffee cups? The project was recently funded by The Grit Fund, a juried grant administered through The Contemporary with support from The Andy Warhol Foundation.

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190 Bowery, the mysterious graffiti-covered building, opened its doors (sort of) to the public before its renovation into office space. Vito Schnabel curated “First Show/Last Show” to mark the occasion. We took some photos of what you probably didn’t get a chance to see.

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Two shows worth seeing in Chelsea before they close this weekend.

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Among other fun nerd things.

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AFC kicks off our coverage of the Bronx with a visit to the New York Botanical Gardens. Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life is an exhibition that pairs Kahlo’s paintings with a garden inspired by her own.

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Over the next three months, Art F City will head to the outer boroughs for the type of art we like: weird and wonderful shit.