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Jennifer Rubell

We Went to No Man’s Land: Women Artists from The Rubell Family Collection

by Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley on December 21, 2015
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At the Rubell Family Collection, dozens of contemporary women artists working in every conceivable medium left us very impressed.

Michael: Here, the blue-chip market and a private collector managed to accomplish something many institutions or independent curators haven’t—presenting an all-female show that feels as if it has nothing to prove.

Paddy: I still can’t get over how many monumental art works in this show so effectively dominated the space that you’d literally feel awestruck by their presence.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Every Event We’ve Listed Today Has a Penis

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on December 8, 2014
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Because what this blog needs is more dicks.

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The AFC Frieze Fair Slideshow: Warhol Where Art Thou?

by Paddy Johnson on May 4, 2012
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If you've already seen enough of Jennifer Rubell's vagina nutcracker at Frieze you're in luck. We left that out of our slide show in favor of plastering the background of my twitter feed with that mannequin’s legs. We're all class here.

As for the trends; ceramics and horses are in, photography, Warhol and uteruses are waaay out. Look forward to Will Brand's analysis on whatever this means later this weekend. I'm guessing it'll have something to do with cats.

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A Carrot in My Pedestal: Jennifer Rubell’s NYMag Profile

by Paddy Johnson on July 11, 2011
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This week in really boring summer stories with traction, New York Magazine profiles collector and conceptual food artist Jennifer Rubell. The feature tells readers pretty much what they would expect: eating fancy dinners with famous people as a child influenced her interest in making work for them. It was scary, of course, to become a […]

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