Art F City
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Last Thursday Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna reframed the affordable workspace debate from what artists need to what artists can offer their communities.
Artists pay, institutions don’t. Let’s discuss.
Unrelated stories about Iran, Israel and art have come up three times in an art context over the course of two days. That’s unusual here at AFC so I’ve taken the liberty of bundling a few reflections into a post.
Who are the collectors purchasing David Ratcliff’s paintings at Team Gallery?
What’s up with rich people?
Tears never welled when I read about MoMA’s expansion plan.
William Powhida responds to rave reviews of “Coming Together: Surviving Sandy” in the midst of artist evictions at Industry City.
With “Bound 2,” Kanye and Kim are getting compared to artists like Marina Abramovic and Jeff Koons. Why?
Looks like Fall 2013 won’t be promising any new awakenings in the New York art world. This season, the institution leans harder than ever on its white male mainstays.
While online edition companies have the potential to grow a market for digital art, how can reselling a work just months after purchase benefit an artist’s career?
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