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Hans-Ulrich Obrist’s New Do It Video Tells You to Do It With Social Media

by Corinna Kirsch on April 29, 2014
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But why should we do it?

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STUFF: Paul Chan and Badlands Unlimited

by Badlands Unlimited on March 18, 2013
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[Editor's note: Are you having trouble understanding artists through their art? Understand them through their STUFF instead. Art history never elucidates the importance of the artist's dual role as creator and person who owns STUFF, even though STUFF is important: it's what accumulates when you make decisions. Owning someone's STUFF helps you channel their spirit and personal brand.

This is our tribute to STUFF. From books, to art works, to phony iPads, these lists will contain both the common and the strange.  We kick our new weekly series off with Paul Chan and Badlands Unlimited.]

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It’s Out! Another ArtReview Power 100 List

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on October 17, 2012
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Another ArtReview Power 100 List kicks off today, setting in motion the now annual tradition of quibbling over the top slots. This year, like every year, the list leaves room for shock, jest, and flak over who can muscle their way into the art world’s top ranks. It’s the type of list that leaves you scratching your head: What makes Kunsthalle Zürich’s Beatrix Ruf more powerful than MoMA’s Glenn Lowry? Is it possible to be young and powerful? Poor and powerful? We spoke with ArtReview Editor Mark Rappolt about this year’s list, and how its international jurors tend to reward those working on a global scale.

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There’s Still Shit Left To Do In December

by Whitney Kimball on December 8, 2011
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Don’t worry, we’ll be gentle. After this year’s auction protests, art fairs, and museum freakshows, it’s high time we sit our asses down to some video games. Here are a few art events that require little to no effort (in a good way) this month.

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Massive Links! Mo money, mo problems

by Whitney Kimball on September 20, 2011
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Amidst national class warfare, there were some lighter moments this week: e-flux proposed an alternative economy, the MacArthur genius awards were announced, the Google wallet debuted, and the Anonymous occupation of Wall Street is creating a captivating (oft entertaining) news feed.

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