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AFC’s Top 5: Corinna Kirsch

by Corinna Kirsch on January 4, 2013
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When it comes to art, I’m hard to please. Looking back at the exhibitions I saw in 2012, there were only a handful I’d give a glowing recommendation. These are the very few that made the cut.

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September Preview Week: Chelsea Openings

by The AFC Staff on September 5, 2012
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It’s September. It’s time for some art. This week, AFC is going to give it to you Shark Week-style with a preview of the first fall art openings, and every day we’ll give you a new preview based on neighborhood. We’ve chosen what should be good, and what should be on your radar. Today’s post: everything in Chelsea you should know about in the month of September.

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We Went to Chelsea, Vol. 3

by The AFC Staff on June 12, 2012
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In another installment of We Went to Chelsea, we tell you why we’re not crazy about most of what’s up below 23rd Street. Next month, we’ll go higher. Our comments within on Gilbert and George, Tauba Auerbach, Brice Marden, Alice Neel, Philippe Decrauzat, Richteriana, and so much more.

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We Went To Chelsea, Vol. 2

by The AFC Staff on April 4, 2012
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This week, another installment of our radical idea of telling people whether the art we saw was any good. As always, it’s a mixed bag; this week we looked at shows by Virginia Overton, Fred Sandback, Stan Douglas, Moyra Davey, Vibha Galhotra, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Douglas Huebler, Dan Walsh, and Ugo Rondione.

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Monday Links!

by Paddy Johnson on October 3, 2011

  • Apparently post-modernism is defined, at least in part, by unusable ironic teapots. [V&A Review – The Guardian]
  • Marina Abramovic’s 3.5 mil. Soho apartment now for sale. Nice place, but, um, sterile. [Curbed]
  • Today at 5:30 Occupy Wall Street Rallies for the locked out art handlers at Sotheby’s. [Occupy Wall Street Agenda]
  • Music critic Christopher Weingarten had the best weekend ever Public Enemy pulled him onstage and proclaimed their love for his twitter feed, 1000timesyes. Naturally, the whole account is available over twitter. [@1000timesyes]
  • How to kick Diet Coke: Start drinking selzer. [eatocracy]
  • Expect to hear more about Kate Middleton. She likes art and apparently is talking to a few London museums about throwing some support their way. [Telegraph]
  • Frieze Art Fair launches next week. What to do. [ArtInfo]
  • Paul Slocum got into working with technology in elementary school when he took a summer class for kids to learn Logo graphics programming on the Texas Instruments 99/4a computer. He also reads a lot of religious philosophy [Rhizome.]
  • Looking for a new bank? CUlookup.com helps you find local credit unions. [Steve Lambert]
  • A ginormous profile of New York dealer Paula Cooper [The Observer]

 

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