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The time has never been better to support to Art F City. Donating $50 or more not only earns you a 100% tax deductible donation, but is a gateway into Art F City’s 2015 Calendar and print series, Nude Artists as Pandas. The calendar includes 12 amazing nude photographs of artists, dealers and writers by Rachel Stern, as well as a selected list of all the major art events for the coming year. Shock your relatives and impress your friends with the best gift you could give anyone this holiday season.

Post image for Who’s Throwing Art Away? A Visit to Bob and Roberta Smith’s “Art Amnesty”

Who wants to throw away their art in public, with a bunch of other people? I don’t really know. I rid myself of sentences all the time (Welcome to my Mac trash bin!) but I wouldn’t announce it.

Post image for Adventures In Selling Experimental Video Art: An Interview With Undervolt & Co.

“We are very open to the fact that we do not know how distribution will work in our post-internet age.” Johnny Woods, co-founder of the video art label Undervolt & Co., reflects on (almost) a year of selling experimental artworks online.

Post image for Recommended Show: Samara Golden’s “The Flat Side of the Knife”

For those of us who chased fairies in our backyards and played with make-believe friends, there’s Samara Golden’s two-story trompe l’oeil installation—it’s one for the dreamers. More specifically, it’s for those who fantasize about a world beyond.

Post image for At the High Museum, Rediscovered Civil Rights Photos Are Current as Ever

When you compare a 1956 Life Magazine article to the 2014 news cycle, the two are not so far apart.

Post image for This Week’s Must-see Art Events: Eat Turkey, See Art

With family-friendly events like movies and a NSFW (and NSFF) events with butt coins.

Thoughts From Cold Artists in the Arctic Dealing With It

by Marina Galperina on November 24, 2014
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“The body is as much an interface with the landscape as the camera or the microphone” and other extreme weather-related musings.

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