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This Week’s Must See Art Events: New York is Cheaper Than Venice

by Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley on May 4, 2015
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It may be Venice Biennale week over in Italy, but here in New York, there’s no shortage of things to do. Head to DUMBO for a screening of the cult horror classic Ganja & Hess, head to Williamsburg for a show of depressing paintings, and head to Bushwick for a show of artworks by 99 artists, each priced at $9.99. We’re super excited about that Bushwick show given this week’s activities—you can’t even get a stick of chewing gum for under 10 bucks in venice.

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Concerns from The Second Economy: Daria Dorosh on the Baby Boomer’s Relationship to Technology and Art

by Paddy Johnson on November 14, 2011
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Perhaps due to my parents nearing retirement age, I’ve recently started wondering how the concerns of artists of that generation might differ from my own. How will artists care for their work as they age? Are their assets significantly different from younger generations? Can a strong knowledge of digital technology be helpful? I got in touch with seasoned activist and A.I.R. co-founder Daria Dorosh to discuss a few these concerns. We talk about her history at A.I.R., digital technology, and means of preserving art that does not make its way into a museum or a collector’s home.

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