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NSFW GIF of the Hump Day: Ryan Harman Fixing Jeff Koons With Gay Porn

by Michael Anthony Farley on July 15, 2015

hump-dayHere at AFC, we find beauty in what many might consider “inappropriate” or “distasteful” or “hard-core pornographic.” Over the past few weeks, we’ve received some complaints that our blog is no longer safe for work…or for coffee shops. Or the library. Sorry. That doesn’t mean we won’t stop dredging the darkest depths of the perverse human mind and all its splendid visual detritus. Instead, we’re going to save our most salacious, depraved, NSFW GIFs for Hump Day. Each Wednesday, we will post the above warning GIF  to the homepage along with a description of what one’s virgin eyes might be subjected to “after the jump.”

Click if you dare.

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Jeff Koons Public Sculpture Declared a Breadcrumb to Porn

by Paddy Johnson on March 10, 2015
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The debate over a Jeff Koons public sculpture in Sacramento rages. Artist Marco Fuoco is enraged. “Did you know he did porn and did it art!”

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Best Events of 2015 So Far

by Whitney Kimball on January 5, 2015
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Already, a couple art events have potential for our 2015 “Best of”s. The American Realness Festival returns with some of the best performers in town; Jayson Musson debuts a new web series; Angela Washko keeps pushing for feminism in gaming; some of our favorite Internet artists are on a new press release.

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The Ten Best Exhibitions of 2014

by Paddy Johnson on December 31, 2014
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With this job, you don’t always have a chance to write up all the exhibitions you saw and loved, so for me, the 2014 year-end review is a Godsend. It gives me a chance to give a shout out to everything I saw and loved. And this year, there was an awful lot of it. May 2015 be this bountiful and more.

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