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Michelle Grabner

This Week’s Must-see Art Events: Talk Hard, Talk Dirty

by Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley on May 11, 2015
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There’s a lot to do in the next seven days—from Chelsea openings to the Met’s rooftop and art fairs on opposite ends of Manhattan. When your eyes (and feet) are sore from trying to see it all, sit down and enjoy listening to some stellar presentations from some of the world’s best and brightest curators, artists, and critics. And Jerry Saltz.

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Power Women = Power Art

by The AFC Staff on April 9, 2015
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What does it mean to be a Power Woman? In this auction benefit for Art F City it means you’re bad ass: You make great art and have been doing since forever. You’re an influential powerhouse within the art community. You are deserving of recognition for the work you do. In short, you are nothing less than amazing.

In honor of AFC’s upcoming Power Women 10th Anniversary Benefit, we’re sharing ten artworks for auction by ten power women. You’ve got four days to bid. Better get to that. 

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Announcing the Art F City 10th Anniversary Benefit Auction

by Paddy Johnson on March 30, 2015
Zoe Crosher, "Billboard No. 3 (Washington Street & I-10 Heading West)." From LA-LIKE:SHANGRI LA’d, part of the the Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, 2015. Digital c-print, 6.5 x 14 inches.

Zoe Crosher, “Billboard No. 3 (Washington Street & I-10 Heading West).” From LA-LIKE:SHANGRI LA’d, part of the the Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, 2015. Digital c-print, 6.5 x 14 inches.

Today we announce the launch of Art F City’s 10th Anniversary Benefit Auction, which runs on Paddle8 through April 13.

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Ryder Ripps’s “ART WHORE” In the Running For Most Offensive Project of 2014

by Whitney Kimball on November 11, 2014
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This has not been the art world’s finest season.

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On the Latest Ken Johnson Shit Storm: Are “Bad Boy” and “Soccer Mom” Comparable Terms?

by Paddy Johnson on November 7, 2014
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It’s been two weeks since New York Times critic Ken Johnson penned his review of Michelle Grabner’s show at James Cohan and debate over whether he used sexist language to dismiss it still rages on. A few responses to the responses on the responses.

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Not Just a “Soccer Mom,” Michelle Grabner Likes Math

by Corinna Kirsch on October 24, 2014
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I’ve seen Grabner’s show Ken Johnson complained about. What is he talking about? No, really, what?

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The Whitney Biennial on Charlie Rose: Art Is Hazy, Nebulous

by Whitney Kimball on April 29, 2014
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Charlie Rose asks whether this year’s biennial will help us understand what contemporary art is. It won’t, because in the view of its curators, contemporary art doesn’t exist.

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Pics ‘n’ Crit: We Saw the 2014 Whitney Biennial

by Corinna Kirsch on March 5, 2014
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This year’s Whitney Biennial is three biennials. That’s a lot of work to see over the next few months, pointing to how the biennial cannot be just one thing: It is both an exhibition and a process.

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