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We Went to Chelsea: Where is the Horsey Love?

by The AFC Staff on January 10, 2013
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This week in Chelsea, we visited the 24th Street galleries.

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We Went to Chelsea, Vol. 4

by The AFC Staff on July 3, 2012
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This week in Cheslea, we saw shows at Asya Geisberg, I-20, Leo Koenig, Andrea Rosen, Gagosian, Mary Boone, Foxy Production, Wallspace, and James Cohan. This marks week one on our crusade to cover different galleries each trip.

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Somebody’s Selling Reagan Blood, Because Apparently Somebody Wants Reagan Blood

by Whitney Kimball on May 24, 2012

There’s a line in the movie Manhattan where Woody Allen and Diane Keaton are discussing a Castelli show. You don’t see the work, but it goes kinda like this: “You liked the plexiglass sculpture? How about the steel box?” “The steel box was wonderful, it had a marvelous negative capability. The rest of the stuff downstairs was bullshit.” Josiah Mcelheny’s, Some thoughts about the abstract body, is kind of what you’d imagine that show to look like. [Andrea Rosen]

The Brooklyn Museum has announced a crowd-curated exhibition! September 8-9th, Brooklyn artists will open their studios, and the community will decide what goes in the exhibition. via: Julia Kaganskiy [Go]

Following the T-Rex skeleton sale this week, another auction peddles a vial of Ronald Reagan’s blood, along with Bieber hair and Ally McBeal PJs. The sale of the blood was thwarted by the threat of legal action from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, which then lead the seller to donate the item to the Foundation. [via: Marina Galperina, Corinna Kirsch, Kyle Chayka, Wonkette]

Lance Esplund writes an obit for the Lower Merion Barnes Foundation site. [Bloomberg]

An unmarked Starbucks will pose as a cafe, with wine. [Voice]

The Voice’s new “The People Trying to Ruin The Internet” series is a must-read for people who use the internet. [Voice]

Hundreds of foodies nearly perished on Sunday when stranded for hours in Brooklyn without wine, beer, and snacks at GoogaMooga, the celebrity chef and music fest. They tweeted a wildfire of complaints, and now “ExtraMooga” ticketholders will receive a full refund. The festival apologizes for not having provided extra mooga. [TimeOutNY]

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Paddy Johnson at Art Agenda: David Altmejd at Andrea Rosen Gallery

by Paddy Johnson on April 22, 2011
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I’m in the cyber-pages of Art Agenda again this week, reviewing David Altmejd’s latest show at Andrea Rosen. The show closes tomorrow, so if it piques your interest get on out there. An excerpt: “Property itself has become a more social endeavor,” Wired Magazine co-founder Kevin Kelly wrote three years ago. The now-famed blog post describes the […]

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Tetsumi Kudo at Andrea Rosen

by Art Fag City on September 1, 2010
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Artist: Tetsumi Kudo Date: Friday, September 10th 2010 – Saturday, October 16th 2010 Venue: Andrea Rosen Gallery, 525 West 24th Street Speaking to the great influence of installation artist Tetsumi Kudo, famed sculptor, painter, and design product producer Tashashi Murakami declared the artist “the father of us all” during a recent exhibition. As it happens, Kudo’s themes […]

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In Our Masthead: The Art Handling Olympics

by A.L. Steiner + Z Drucker on February 2, 2010

art fag city, paddy johnson, art handling olympics, shane caffrey
The Art Handling Olympics

Calling all art handlers! The Art Handling Olympics wants you! Register your team of four on their website and go head to head with New York City’s best, Sunday March 21st. The first competition of its kind, The Art Handling Olympics (AHO) celebrates the art world’s unsung heroes. These are the people who figure out how to fit over-sized sculptures into undersized elevators, find the straight line in a crooked paintings on slanted walls and eat the double park ticket so clients don’t have to! This March we find out who the best in the business really are.

Competition founder Shane Caffrey says he’s pleased with AHO’s response thus far, and enjoys the team names handlers have come up with. “My favorite is “Well Hung” he told me through a bit of laughter. Knowing there’s a “Special Delivery” portion to the competition makes me think that group will need to bring a little more to the table for the win though. Nobody’s dick is going to drive a truck.

I’m told the competition is still selecting judges, so I’m taking the liberty of offering up a few suggestions of people I’d like to see participate. In no particular order those are: Mary Boone (dealer), Jeffrey Deitch (dealer), Jerry Saltz (critic, former trucker), Andrea Rosen (dealer), Brian Alfred (artist), Sue Schaffner (artist), Cynthia Yardley (artist + Atelier 4′s art fair and expo co-ordinator), Lauren Cornell, (Executive Director of Rhizome and Adjunct Curator for the New Museum).

*The Art handling Olympics is an event founded by Shane Caffrey, and brought to you by Ted Riederer, Nick Brooks, Hiro Sato, and Jay Ivcevich. Together they are the Olympic Committee.

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