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Finally, a Semi-Definitive Definition of Post-Internet Art

by Paddy Johnson on October 14, 2014
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Those in search of a definitive text on post-internet artmaking now have a source book to download. Curators Karen Archey and Robin Peckham have released Art Post-Internet, a catalogue to accompany their show Art Post-Internet at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing China. More than that, it’s full of primary source research and information about post-internet art from dozens of critics, curators and museum professionals. These include Christiane Paul, Ben Davis, Domenico Quaranta and myself to name a few. Each catalog receives its own unique unique download number, as well as a weather report for the day and place where it was downloaded.

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W.A.G.E. Establishes Minimum Payment Policies for Artists

by Corinna Kirsch on October 10, 2014
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What you should be getting paid, in real numbers.

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“We Didn’t Like It”: Watch Paddy Johnson and Curators Discuss the ArtPrize Finalists

by Whitney Kimball on October 7, 2014
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Readers, get a load of Art F City on air from Grand Rapids.

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The Art Handling Olympics Return!!!

by Paddy Johnson on October 7, 2014
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And fun will be had by all.

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As We Now Know It, This Is the End of the Corcoran Gallery of Art

by Corinna Kirsch on August 19, 2014
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In what will be an endnote to be discussed for some time, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, one of the nation’s oldest private museums, will be no more.

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Sotheby’s Private Sales Drop by Nearly Half

by Andrew Wagner on August 12, 2014
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In the latest sign of trouble at Sotheby’s, artnet News reported that the company’s second-quarter report displayed a significant drop in private sales. (As opposed to public auctions, in a private sale, Sotheby’s is consigned a work of art and then privately approaches individuals about buying the work.) For the first half of 2014, Sotheby’s made $294 million in private sales, as compared with $561 million over the same period in 2013. That’s a 48 percentage point drop.

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Emails Reveal Guggenheim Bullies Journalist Suspected of Ties With Gulf Labor

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on August 7, 2014
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We have now received leaked email correspondence between the Guggenheim and Crabapple while she was working on “Slaves of Happiness Island,” a firsthand report of slave-like worker conditions on Saadiyat Island.

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New Study Finds Grim Numbers on Hollywood’s Diversity

by Andrew Wagner on August 5, 2014
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If “Best Man Holiday” gave you the impression that mainstream culture is finally diversifying, hold your applause. A new study from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism took a look at the number of underrepresented minorities in films, and its findings are grim.

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New Museum Curators to Fly Around the World

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on August 5, 2014
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The New Museum sure is doing well in the fundraising department.

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