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SLIDESHOW: Prospect.3 Highlights So Far

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on October 24, 2014
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We’ll be offering reflections on the work we’ve seen at the New Orleans Prospect 3 biennial, “Notes for Now,” in the coming days, but to jumpstart the conversation we’re posting a single image from each venue we visited yesterday. Can’t wait to really dig into this.

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VICE’s Photo Issue Is Out and We Have the Pictures

by Henry Kaye on July 11, 2014
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According to the masters of ironic hyperbole at VICE, the magazine’s annual photography issue is an event of biblical proportions. More specifically, it’s “a cultural barometer that has been used by historians since the age of Talbot to determine which artists are on the front lines of photography in any given year.”

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Slideshow: The Jeff Koons Retrospective

by Paddy Johnson Henry Kaye on June 25, 2014
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Art is a “platform for the future,” Jeff Koons announced at yesterday’s press conference at the Whitney. What that means is anyone’s guess, but he followed that up by explaining that he’s 59 and hopes to be making art for at least another three decades.

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Skowhegan Awards Dinner: A Fancy Affair

by Paddy Johnson on May 1, 2014
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It is officially benefit season. Over the past two weeks we’ve been to The Brooklyn Artist’s Ball, The ArtTable Luncheon and last Tuesday night, The Skowhegan Awards Dinner. This Saturday, we’ll be at the Smack Mellon’s Derby Day Fundraiser. These are not randomly chosen benefits.

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Highlights From The Brooklyn Artists Ball

by Paddy Johnson on April 21, 2014
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The Brooklyn Artist’s Ball in pictures.

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