Posts tagged as:

electronic arts intermix

This Week’s Must See Events: No Rest for the Weary

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on March 31, 2014
Thumbnail image for This Week’s Must See Events: No Rest for the Weary

Any art nerd who’s dreaming of taking this week off needs to take another look at their calendar. Galleries across the city are opening new shows, and there are plenty of talks too. Between art star Matthew Barney’s tell-all talk with Sir Norman Rosenthal at The 92nd Y this and upcoming talent Sara Cwynar’s show opening at Foxy Production this Friday, you’ll not lack art to see and discuss.

Read the full article →

Must-See Art Events: Jog Your Way to Art Butter

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on September 23, 2013
Thumbnail image for Must-See Art Events: Jog Your Way to Art Butter

After a busy September, with weeks of mega-openings, there’s still plenty to do. Like make butter by working out with art duo PopSoda.

Read the full article →

Must-See Art Events: Pioneer Week

by Whitney Kimball on February 4, 2013
Thumbnail image for Must-See Art Events: Pioneer Week

In this week’s events at the L Magazine: everybody’s a pioneer, and we’re blazing trails over to their shows.

Read the full article →

Interview: Dara Birnbaum on MoMA, EAI, and Wonder Woman

by Corinna Kirsch on June 26, 2012
Thumbnail image for Interview: Dara Birnbaum on MoMA, EAI, and Wonder Woman

Video artists are a troubled breed; nobody knows how to sell or collect their work. But heck, even MoMA has a ton of video in their collection, so maybe there’s a model out there that works. I sat down with Dara Birnbaum, the rare video artist who has both a gallery (Marian Goodman Gallery) and a distributor (Electronic Arts Intermix). That double life hasn’t deterred museums and collectors from taking an interest in her work. But, as I gleaned from a lengthy interview with Birnbaum, institutions don’t have a clue about fair compensation—not when MoMA only needs to pay $1,200 for one of her videos.

What follows are parts taken from a longer interview with Birnbaum. She’s grand in her ambitions, which include a steadfast commitment to unlimited editions, sticking with EAI, and stealing images. Oh, and we talk about Hennessy Youngman.

Read the full article →

Hennessy Youngman Goes Direct To VHS

by Will Brand on May 10, 2012
Thumbnail image for Hennessy Youngman Goes Direct To VHS

One line at the bottom of a press release caught my eye: “Jayson Scott Musson’s work is now available through EAI’s distribution service. For more information, please click here.” If you ever wanted the YouTube star on U-Matic or Beta, this is your chance.

Read the full article →

PSA: Some Art Spaces Are Not Open All The Time

by Whitney Kimball on February 13, 2012
Thumbnail image for PSA: Some Art Spaces Are Not Open All The Time

I tend to miss a lot of shows where the venue has limited hours or is not on the way to another gallery. This is too bad, because those shows are often the ones I want to see most. I bet this happens to other people, too, so I’ve put together my shortlist of the ones that get away.

Read the full article →