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Eva and Adele’s European Tour: All Bald all the Time!

by Art Fag City on June 9, 2009

Eva and Adele at Art Basel. All photos AFC Eva and Adele, the pink-clad hermaphrodite twins of art, hit AFC’s radar both in Venice and today at the Art Basel fair in Switzerland.  We’re not sure this means too much of anything, except of course that a contemporary art event is happening.  As a matter […]

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Eva and Adele at NADA

by Art Fag City on December 5, 2008

Bald hermaphrodite twins of art Eva and Adele really weren’t interested in having me take their picture, but knowing how much you all *need* to see these pictures I annoyed them sufficiently to secure the shot regardless.   After all, fair coverage just isn’t the same without an appearance from these two.

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Tonight at SVA: Modernism and the Global Diaspora

by Art Fag City on December 1, 2009

POST BY PADDY JOHNSON Thelma Golden, Image via: Boing Boing Modernism and the Global Diaspora isn’t the most striking title for a talk I’ve ever heard, but the description sounds interesting. From the press release: On December 1, School of Visual Arts brings a group of critics, curators and artists together for a conversation about…changing terrain of […]

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Presence of Mutated Muffin Head Dress Man Yields No Significant Insight on Fair Performance. Yet.

by Art Fag City on December 3, 2008

Mutated green muffin head piece and costume at Pulse.  Photograph AFC Does the presence of some dude wearing a green biomorphic head piece indicate a healthier art market than we think?  Who knows, but it does tell us one thing:  The Miami fairs are still robust enough to attract the art freaks.   Tomorrow no […]

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Comic Con Versus The Art Fairs: The Results!

by Art Fag City on April 25, 2008

Art Fairs vrs Comic Con! By the end of this week Art Fag City’s Comic Con Versus The Art Fairs quiz will have either stolen or enriched roughly 40 seconds of over 12,000 people’s lives. Either way, we’re pleased! The test asks readers to identify Comic Con and Art Fair attendees; some of whom we […]

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Okay, Now the Fairs Really Begin: Famous Matching Bald Hermaphrodite Artists Spotted in Miami!

by Art Fag City on December 6, 2007

EVA and ADELE at Fed-Ex/Kinkos. Photo AFC OMG! OMG! I just spotted the bald hermaphrodite twins of art in a Miami Beach Fed-ex/Kinkos! As I understand it EVA and ADELE consider having their picture taken their art, but rather than give them what they already had, I figured a clandestine shot from outside the building […]

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: More Openings Than Creative Time Has Staff

by Paddy Johnson Corinna Kirsch and Ian Marshall on June 24, 2013
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With Independence Day on the horizon, it’s no surprise that every New York gallery and museum seems to be opening a new show, hosting a workshop, or putting on an art event. Next week, the art world retreats to the Hamptons. A focus on the collective seems to be the theme of choice this summer, be it collective practice at Klaus Von Nichtssagend, collective movement at the EFA, or simply an art collective at the Brooklyn Museum.

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New ICA Chief Curator Helen Molesworth To Launch Survey of 80’s Art

by Art Fag City on May 17, 2010

POST BY PADDY JOHNSON ICA chief curator Helen Molesworth, who is interested in the points where politics and art meet, has on her resume a traveling retrospective of Luc Tuymans and “ACT UP New York: Activism, Art and the AIDS Crisis, 1987-1993” at Harvard’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff) This is […]

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Greater New York Artists Announced

by Art Fag City on April 28, 2010

POST BY PADDY JOHNSON PS1. Via: PS1 released the participating artist names in their Greater New York show, which will run May 23rd to October 18th. A number of artists included work with text and/or narrative in some way, a fairly enjoyable art world trend as far as trends go. An Atlas of Radical […]

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