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Artspirational Sandcastle Time

by Whitney Kimball on July 26, 2013
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Sandcastles. Ever since Creative Time rang in its first annual artist sandcastle competition last year, we haven’t been able to get enough of them. But can this year’s competition–coming up on August 9th–possibly top last year? We dunno, but for inspiration, we look to art.

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Museums Are Cool, Too: 16 Shows to See This Summer

by Julia Wolkoff on July 18, 2013
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Summer is here, and it’s hot. If going to the beach sounds painful, we’ve got a suggestion: museums. Thankfully, the air conditioned galleries of New York’s museums have plenty of worthwhile shows to check out. (Just don’t try to go to the rooftop gallery at the Met; they’ve closed that today due to the heat.) Below, we’ve rounded up a whopping list of 16 fantastic museum shows we’re going to check out.

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John Baldessari and R.H. Quaytman on Jack Goldstein: “Nobody Knew Who He Was”

by Corinna Kirsch on June 27, 2013
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Every once in a while an artist’s talk comes along that’s as spirited as a wild dinner party. The conversation’s good, if a little off track, but mostly, it’s the company that makes the evening worthwhile. That pretty much sums up what happened Tuesday night at the Jewish Museum’s “Dialogue and Discourse: How Is Jack Goldstein?”, a roundtable held in conjunction with the Jewish Museum’s current exhibition Jack Goldstein x 10,0000.

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Pentagram Ecology: Toward a Nocturnal Phenomenology

by Luke Turner on June 25, 2013
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An examination of late night/early morning perception of artworks.

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Barbara Bloom, an Artist-Curator at the Jewish Museum

by Corinna Kirsch on May 14, 2013
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Why are artist-curators being recruited by New York museums? With all the artist-curated shows currently on view, the artist’s viewpoint may never have been represented so strongly.

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Art Fair Round-Up: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Fairs

by Whitney Kimball on May 7, 2013
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Art fair week used to pain my sensitive art heart. Now all that’s changed; this year, we have a booth! This weekend, we’ll be heading to Frieze, NADA, Seven, Pulse, and Cutlog, and major openings of Jeff Koons, Jack Goldstein, and the Parsons Festival.

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AFC’s Top 10: Whitney Kimball

by Whitney Kimball on January 3, 2013
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2012 wasn’t such a sea of shit after all. Every month or so, as the pandering museum shows and art fairs and summer group shows and art writer resignations and auction records had me losing hope, one of these came along. Thank God for that.

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Serralves 40 Hour Party: The First 20 Hours

by Paddy Johnson on May 29, 2011
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Last night was surely a grim evening for bar owners in Porto. With the exception of only a few house ridden teenagers and adults, I’m fairly certain the entire city attended the Serralves 40 Hour Party yesterday. I saw babies. I saw parents. I saw grandparents. You name the age group and they were all watching art band Chicks On Speed perform last night. I exaggerate a little — many of the small children had gone home — but not as many as you would think.

All this is to say, that the free event, which is a marathon of performances in various disciplines, draws an incredibly diverse spread of people, most of whom live in Porto itself.

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IMG MGMT: TOMORROW’S FORECAST: STRIKINGLY CLEAR.

by Marc Handelman on August 28, 2009

[Editor's Note: IMG MGMT is an annual image-based artist essay series. Today's invited artist, Marc Handelman, lives andworks in Brooklyn, NY. He has exhibited his work at venues such as The Royal Academy of Arts, PS1 Contemporary, and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art. He is represented by Sikkema Jenkins & Co. (NY), where he […]

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