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How’s My Dealing Makes An Enemy

by Leighann Morris on July 25, 2012
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How’s My Dealing, the infamous blog for art-dork insiders, has a new vocal critic, Stop How’s My Dealing. Stop How’s My Dealing’s anonymous author is crying foul at the blog’s nastier anonymous commenters, and wants to do away with all the bad energy by blacklisting artist (and rumored How’s My Dealing founder) Martin Bromirski.

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We Went to Chelsea, Vol. 3

by The AFC Staff on June 12, 2012
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In another installment of We Went to Chelsea, we tell you why we’re not crazy about most of what’s up below 23rd Street. Next month, we’ll go higher. Our comments within on Gilbert and George, Tauba Auerbach, Brice Marden, Alice Neel, Philippe Decrauzat, Richteriana, and so much more.

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Why the Independent Art Fair Works

by Whitney Kimball on March 9, 2012
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The Independent Art Fair's great gift: eye contact. With vast ceilings, large windows, and no cubicle-style booths, people aren’t constantly scanning the room behind you to locate James Franco. This means no angry smiles, no high-speed nodding, and no cracked-out active listening. The tone is friendlier. Admission is free, and light is ample. Much of the work is genuinely interesting. Open space literally translates an air of transparency; though this is still no place for an art experience, it feels closer to an exhibition than a department store.

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Wednesday Links!

by Paddy Johnson on October 26, 2011

  • “Pie is the food of the heroic”. A 1902 article linking pie and national success from the Times. [Lawyers, Guns and Money]
  • The slide shows for Carsten Höller’s exhibition, “Experience” at The New Museum are out. The best come from Gothamist [disclaimer, I’m in a few of those shots], and WNYC’s Carolina Miranda. [Gothamist] [WNYC]
  • I love this. From the #OWS Arts and Culture working group, Occupy Museums announces BYOM [Bring Your Own Manifesto] at MoMA tomorrow. They will be joined the Sotheby’s Art Handlers in their protest. [Paddy Johnson]
  • “I'm perfectly willing to take [the naysayers] on” David Hockney tells the Globe and Mail, in a profile largely focusing on his ipad and iphone drawings currently on display at the ROM. Me first! [Globe and Mail]
  • More than half the work at Rashaad Newsome’s show at Marlborough Gallery has already sold. I’d ask if this is an indication of the artist’s status as a rising star, but it’s hard to imagine anything like that coming out of Marlborough. [NYTimes]
  • Rumor has it Ryan Trecartin is leaving Elizabeth Dee. Anyone want to guess where he’s going? I’m going with Gagosian. [Galleristny]
  • Will someone make this news stop: Woman Gives Birth at Brooklyn Gallery [AnimalNY]
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Elizabeth Gallery | Grants | Tiffany | Name For Baby | Ira | Mercedes at Elizabethdeegallery.com

by Paddy Johnson on June 20, 2011

Elizabeth Gallery | Grants | Tiffany | Name For Baby | Ira | Mercedes at Elizabethdeegallery.com – Free fodder for net artists: The Elizabeth Dee Gallery is now the parked domain girl. 

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Elizabeth Gallery | Grants | Tiffany | Name For Baby | Ira | Mercedes at Elizabethdeegallery.com

by Paddy Johnson on June 20, 2011

Elizabeth Gallery | Grants | Tiffany | Name For Baby | Ira | Mercedes at Elizabethdeegallery.com – Free fodder for net artists: The Elizabeth Dee Gallery is now the parked domain girl. 

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Mark Barrow at Elizabeth Dee

by Art Fag City on September 1, 2010
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Artist: Mark Barrow Date: Thursday, September 23rd 2010 – Saturday, October 30th 2010 Venue: Elizabeth Dee, 545 West 20th Street It’s surprising to it take as much as four post-graduation years for abstract painter Mark Barrow to get a solo show in a commercial gallery. His painstaking attention to creating geometric shapes on canvas are wildly […]

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