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Jack Early

7 Rising Art Stars To Watch: Jack Early

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on August 21, 2014
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It’s possible Jack Early is the art world’s best living poet.

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IMG MGMT: Game of Clones

by Jack Early on November 15, 2013
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Game of Clones from GameOfClones on Vimeo.

[Editor’s Note: IMG MGMT is an annual image-based artist essay series. Today’s invited artist, Jack Early, is represented by McCaffrey Fine Art. Early has shown at Frieze New York, Art Basel Switzerland, Daniel Reich Gallery, Southfirst, and the Serpentine Gallery, among others. As part of the collaborative duo Pruitt-Early, he has similarly shown around the world.]

It’s always fun to play the look-alike game.

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IMG MGMT Returns Tomorrow

by Whitney Kimball on November 14, 2013
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Our IMG MGMT essay series returns tomorrow. Don’t underestimate its continuing significance.

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Llyn Foulkes at the New Museum: A Skilled Painter With a Simple Political Message

by Corinna Kirsch on August 21, 2013
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Llyn Foulkes’ paintings are full of quirky found objects, unexpected textures, and an unfettered, playful use of paint. But they’re not perfect. The materials can seem secondary to conveying those very simple, heavy-handed messages. I can like art that I disagree with, but Foulkes’ obsessions are at times feebly argued, and borderline crazy, making it hard to love his paintings entirely.

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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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An Informal Survey of Swag: The Sociology of Hip Hop In the Micro-World of Emerging Net Art

by Jennifer Chan on September 14, 2012
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Cultural studies has established that suburban white kids love hip hop in a complex manner; heaps has been written on aspiration, colorblindedness, misogynism, emulation, and subordination. But just what makes hip hop so appealing to net artists? Instead of passing off any attempt to indulge in hip hop as a 1:1 relationship between appropriation and mockery, I’m interested in looking at how different artists incorporate hip hop in their artwork to talk about themselves.

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