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Christian Marclay

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Hair-braiding, Yodeling, and the Civil War

by Henry Kaye on June 3, 2014
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Welcome to June. After a month of fairs and other high-end events, we’ve got some fresh events to feed your need for quirk.

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Hans-Ulrich Obrist’s New Do It Video Tells You to Do It With Social Media

by Corinna Kirsch on April 29, 2014
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But why should we do it?

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Week Ten: Oprah Winfrey Is the New Curator at the Palais de Tokyo

by Corinna Kirsch on January 14, 2014
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Because why not?

This week’s dream exhibitions brought to you by Joshua Weibley, Jessica MacCormack, Angela Washko, and Laura Swanson.

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Week Eight: The Jogging Gives Extreme Makeovers

by Corinna Kirsch on December 24, 2013
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Our holiday gift to you: the world’s best exhibitions that’ve never taken place.

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Week Three: Jet-Ski Scam in Thailand by Rirkrit Tiravanija

by Corinna Kirsch on November 20, 2013
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Dream Exhibitions is a new weekly series that asks artists, writers, curators, and other creative types what as-yet unrealized exhibition they’d like to see.

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Pentagram Ecology: Toward a Nocturnal Phenomenology

by Luke Turner on June 25, 2013
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An examination of late night/early morning perception of artworks.

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Venice Redux: Best Art Viewing Strategies Highlights from 2011

by Paddy Johnson on May 27, 2013
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Two years ago I wrote a wrap-up of the Venice Biennale for Rupert Murdock’s iPad only publication, The Daily. The site folded about a year later, and is now off line, so I’m republishing the review as a refresher for those going into the show. The lede: If the Venice Biennale were a race, no one would finish.

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Tuesday Links: Artists, Monsters, and Ponies

by Corinna Kirsch on March 13, 2012

  • When artists are dead, they can’t complain. Thankfully, there’s Tyler Green. Green decries The Barnes Foundation’s decision to move Henri Matisse's The Dance (1932-33) mural to the foundation’s new site in Philadelphia. Matisse wrote that he wanted his mural to be a site-specific work. Too bad he didn’t put it in a contract. [Modern Art Notes]
  • Scary scrotum monsters and testicles that turn into blankets are some of the frightful images that show up in 19th century Japanese prints. [io9]
  • Christian Marclay started making The Clock because he was poor: “All I needed was this table and a computer [and two assistants].” [The New Yorker]
  • Horses dressed like Harry Potter are cuter than undressed horses. [BuzzFeed]
  • Gawker started an internet manhunt for the human behind Horse_ebooks. [Gawker]
  • A dealer traps Roberta Smith into a game of “guess the artist.” She loses, but has fun anyway. [The New York Times Arts Beat]
  • Adjunct and part-time faculty are given full voting rights on Boston University’s Faculty Council. [Inside Higher Ed]
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Killer Birds, Too Many Hipsters, and Other Annoying Things

by Art Fag City on February 1, 2012

  • How do three museums share a single artwork? The Israel Museum, Pompidou, and the Tate are splitting the costs for Christian Marclay’s The Clock. [Art Market Monitor]
  • West coast hipsters are annoying. They wear blue lipstick and orange spray-tan. [PaperMag]
  • Julia Halperin’s discussion of how the Prince v. Cariou case has affected artists’s decisions about appropriation and reuse should be required reading for anyone dealing with the “‘borrow and be borrowed’ culture of the Internet.” [Artinfo]
  • Chelsea gallery D’Amelio Terras sent out an industry-wide press release yesterday announcing that the gallery has shut its doors. [Art&Education]
  • Birds are not cute. Here’s some ferocious sky predators fighting, culminating in a 20-second continuous shot of birds in freefall aerial combat. [YouTube]
  • Around the office, we’ve been debating the hipster turn to donuts – goodbye, cupcakes! Food critic Pete Wells wrote a brilliant review of a new donut joint and regardless of your opinion on hipster donuts, this is a solid piece of writing. [The New York Times]
  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure, i.e. the pink ribbon foundation, has suddenly eliminated all funding to Planned Parenthood for performing that oh-so-controversial medical procedure – the breast exam. [NPR] People are getting furious. This thread on MetaFilter lists a ton of corporations who fund Komen; go bug them on Twitter. [MetaFilter]
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