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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Art About Time, and Bushwick Open Studios

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on May 27, 2014
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Time: a universal topic in art, but especially prominent in this week’s art events. Thinkers Tacita Dean, R. H. Quaytman, John Powers, and Marco Antonini are just a few who will be taking on time as subject matter.

It is also time to start planning for Bushwick Open Studios. This post covers the several Bushwick galleries and satellite fair which will be opening for this week’s massive open studio walk. Coming up next: AFC’s picks for artist studios. Stay tuned!

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Last Chances for Summer Shows, and Max Fish

by Whitney Kimball and Julia Wolkoff on July 22, 2013
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Last week, MoMA was screening “The Dark Knight”; this week, it’s the entire “Harry Potter” series. Yes, looks like we are the last ten people stuck in New York, readers. We’ll see ya at the openings.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Movies and Benefits

by Whitney Kimball and Ian Marshall on July 15, 2013
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You know it’s summer when MoMA’s screening “The Dark Knight,” and Art Haps is basically a list of movies. But before you run for the darkness of free, air-conditioned binge-watching, we’ve found a handful of places where you can watch, with company: on a steamboat, in a Fingerfest, or at the Studio Museum, to name a few.

Plus, for fans of Bret Easton Ellis, Paul Schrader, or Lindsay Lohan: in a strange twist of events, you can get a first look at “The Canyons” at Monya Rowe Gallery this week. Moo-vie!

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events

by Whitney Kimball on April 29, 2013
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A tidal energy sweeps the art world! Pruitt-Early officially ends it long withdrawal from New York, in a series of retrospective shows; Jack Ferver fans worship at the Abrons Arts Center; the New Museum brainstorms how to monetize; PS1 brainstorms how to fix the Rockaways.

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Artists are on TV! This Time, Not For Bravo Money

by Whitney Kimball on August 23, 2012
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We’re fuckin’ famous. A talk with Scott Kiernan and Victoria Keddie, co-directors of the artist-run public access TV show E.S.P. TV.

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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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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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