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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: A Week of AIDS Remembrance

by Whitney Kimball on December 1, 2014
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Visual AIDS sweeps the world, a punk show comes to Brooklyn, Charles Atlas comes to Times Square, and economists review the art economy– among many of this week’s must-see art events.

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We Went to Bushwick with Gawker’s Adrian Chen, Part 2 of 2

by The AFC Staff on March 5, 2013
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Bushwick may be the last stop on our “We Went To” series, but we brought primo bloggerazzi Adrian Chen of Gawker. Be afraid, Bushwick.

In this post we discuss: Luhring Augustine, Fuchs Projects, Interstate Projects, and Storefront Bushwick.

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Must-See Art Events: Pioneer Week

by Whitney Kimball on February 4, 2013
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In this week’s events at the L Magazine: everybody’s a pioneer, and we’re blazing trails over to their shows.

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Dirty Looks: A Month of Queer Interventions

by Alex Fialho on July 9, 2012
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July is shaping up to be an exciting month for queer art in the city, with a series of daily interventions titled “On Location” curated by Dirty Looks, the self-described “Monthly Roaming Platform for Queer Experimental Film and Video.” Dirty Looks has coordinated a screening or celebration in an art venue or a queer social site each and every day of the month, so if you have already missed out on the first few screenings (it is July 9th after all!), we are here to fill you in on some upcoming events that should not be overlooked.

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They’ve Come to Look at Numbers: Luhring Augustine Opens the First Blue-Chip Gallery in Bushwick

by Whitney Kimball on February 21, 2012
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From the outside, the Luhring Augustine warehouse only stands out from its tattoo-covered neighbors because it’s so non-descript. The gray-green color is utterly inoffensive, and the building is an austere block. One might have missed it, if not for the frosted glass door or the crowd of smoking Manhattanites; once inside, though, a large gallery has been transported directly from Chelsea.

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February Preview: Everyone’s a VIP

by Art Fag City on February 3, 2012
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February: a month of multiple things happening, both here and in other places, often at the same time. Which things should you watch occur, and where and when will they occur? We know. Only we know. Enjoy.

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Porn In Church: 30 Years of Charles Atlas

by Whitney Kimball on January 27, 2012
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Marginalized culture loves to watch the mainstream played out on its own terms — to make itself visible within the imagery that bombards us. It was fitting, then, that last night's screening of seven videos by upcoming Whitney Biennial artist and longtime documenter of queer culture, Charles Atlas, took place on a small screen in the empty nave of the Judson Memorial Church.

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2012 Whitney Biennial List, Leaked

by Paddy Johnson on December 21, 2011
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Thanks to GalleristNY for publishing an email with the names of the Whitney Biennial artists. So far the blog’s only been able to confirm 8 of the 51 names, but we’re republishing the list with some initial thoughts.

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Art Fag City at the L Magazine: Art to Keep Cool With

by Paddy Johnson on August 4, 2011
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It's summertime, you need air conditioning and you've watched all the 3D movies you can. What next? As I see it you've got two choices: the grocery store or the museum. This week at The L Magazine, I point readers to a few museums where they can escape the heat.

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