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We Went to Chelsea: The Timelessness of Horse Clusters

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on September 12, 2014
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More big reasons for big sculptures for big galleries. *Sigh*

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We Went to Chelsea: A Summer Group Show at Gagosian

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on July 7, 2014
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Pretty much what you’d expect from a summer group show at Gagosian: monumental paintings, many with collaged elements, that you’d find in any major museum or private collection the world over.

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We Went to Chelsea: Where is the Horsey Love?

by The AFC Staff on January 10, 2013
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This week in Chelsea, we visited the 24th Street galleries.

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September Preview Week: Chelsea Openings

by The AFC Staff on September 5, 2012
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It’s September. It’s time for some art. This week, AFC is going to give it to you Shark Week-style with a preview of the first fall art openings, and every day we’ll give you a new preview based on neighborhood. We’ve chosen what should be good, and what should be on your radar. Today’s post: everything in Chelsea you should know about in the month of September.

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We Went To Chelsea, Vol. 1

by Will Brand and Paddy Johnson on February 9, 2012
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We see a lot more art than we ever get to tell people about, and we want to fix that. Towards that goal, we’ll be posting some quick hits – a paragraph or so of notes from each show we see in a day. Then we’ll argue. Then you can argue. It’ll be fun. These aren’t full reviews, but they’re a starting point. This week, Sergej Jensen, Thomas Scheibitz, Eric Wesley, Michael Snow, On Kawara, and Damien Hirst.

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VIP Art Fair 2.0, Impressions 1.0

by Will Brand on February 3, 2012
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First things first: it works! After a first year badly marred by technical problems, VIP Art Fair 2.0 has had a clean launch in 2012 and elicited only minor complaints from the dealers and visitors AFC spoke to today. Navigation works, chat works, more than one person can log on at a time – it’s a fantastic reversal, because it means we can talk about art. Today we'll have some first impressions.

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Hirsts Spotted at Gagosian

by Will Brand on January 4, 2012
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January's show at Gagosian – any Gagosian, all Gagosians – is Damien Hirst's spot paintings. All of them, loaned back from their owners, in a retrospective. Why? Because they can.

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The Gagosian App for iPad – - Gagosian Gallery

by Paddy Johnson on June 23, 2011

The Gagosian App for iPad – – Gagosian Gallery – Gagosian has actually gathered enough artists to create an ipod app with quarterly editions

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Parsing Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince: The Copyright Infringement Ruling

by Paddy Johnson on March 23, 2011
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Bad news for appropriation artists and anyone else who’s ever produced a collage. Last Friday, Judge Deborah Batts ruled against famed artist Richard Prince in the Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince, Gagosian Gallery, et al 08 CV 11327 (S.D.N.Y. March 18, 2011)(Batts, J.), finding the artworks to be copyright infringements. According to the ruling, Prince’s appropriation of Cariou's work failed to meet standards of fair use on four specific grounds. Those headings and notes below.

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